Results 41–60 of 2000 for (in the 'Commons debates' OR in the 'Westminster Hall debates' OR in the 'Lords debates' OR in the 'Northern Ireland Assembly debates') speaker:Tracey Crouch

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Academies (Chatham and Aylesford) (21 Mar 2011)

Tracey Crouch: What recent progress has been made by schools in Chatham and Aylesford constituency which are converting to academy status.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Academies (Chatham and Aylesford) (21 Mar 2011)

Tracey Crouch: The Minister will be aware that several schools across my constituency are keen to explore the possibility of becoming partnership academies. Will the Minister meet me and representatives of the schools to discuss the viability and future progress of these exciting proposals?

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Local Government Funding (Services) (4 Apr 2011)

Tracey Crouch: Will the Secretary of State join me in congratulating councils that have protected front-line services through creative and innovative thinking about their budgets, such as Medway council, which has halved its funding to trade unions and given that money to fund library books instead?

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: Women’s Football (28 Apr 2011)

Tracey Crouch: What steps he is taking to promote women’s football.

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: Women’s Football (28 Apr 2011)

Tracey Crouch: Given the successful launch of the FA women’s super league and the positive impact it is already having on the women’s game, does the Minister share my frustration that, as it stands, there will be no mainstream broadcast coverage of this year’s women’s world cup in Germany? Will he do all he can to secure an agreement between those involved in broadcast negotiations, so that that...

Care Services (Older People) (7 Jun 2011)

Tracey Crouch: I congratulate the hon. Gentleman on securing this important debate. We have served together for some time now on the all-party group on dementia, and we have spoken on many occasions about the impact of dementia patients on primary health care. Does he agree that one way of addressing the problems of dementia patients receiving care in hospitals is by making sure that the professionals on...

Care Services (Older People) (7 Jun 2011)

Tracey Crouch: The Minister mentions carers, who have a very difficult job—none more so than those who care for people with dementia. Next week is carers week. Will he join me in congratulating those who care for people with dementia, which is particularly challenging? Those people are often the unsung heroes of our society.

Victim Support — [Mr Lee Scott in the Chair] (8 Jun 2011)

Tracey Crouch: This is the first time that I have had the pleasure of serving under your chairmanship, Mr Scott, and I hope that I do not disappoint. I assure both you and Members who are hoping to speak that I intend to make only a very short contribution. I congratulate the hon. Member for St Ives (Andrew George)on securing the debate, and I am afraid that with my contribution I shall further demonstrate...

Drugs (Roadside Testing) Bill (10 Jun 2011)

Tracey Crouch: Cannabis is often the drug of choice for younger members of society. Is my hon. Friend aware that RAC surveys of young drivers show that they are more likely to have been driven by somebody who has used illegal drugs than by somebody who has used alcohol?

Drugs (Roadside Testing) Bill (10 Jun 2011)

Tracey Crouch: I have always thought that the insurance industry has a role to play. Currently, when somebody’s driving is impaired by drugs or alcohol and they are involved in an accident, if they have comprehensive cover, they can get their car repaired, regardless of the offence that they committed of why they committed it. There is a great deal of benefit in the argument that someone driving under the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Belarus (14 Jun 2011)

Tracey Crouch: The Minister will be aware that, in light of its economic failures, Belarus has requested a further £5 billion bail-out from the IMF. What discussions has he had with the Treasury to ensure that Britain will not support a bail-out package unless it comes with a firm commitment from the Belarusian regime to recognise the basic rights and freedoms of its media and civilians?

Backbench Business — [29th Allotted Day]: Wild Animals (Circuses) (23 Jun 2011)

Tracey Crouch: Is my hon. Friend aware that in the UK more than 200 local authorities have bans on animals in circuses, and that more than two thirds of those bans are on all performing animals, the remainder being on wild animals? Is he aware also of any ongoing court cases under human rights legislation?

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: School Closures (Thursday) (28 Jun 2011)

Tracey Crouch: I have a huge amount of respect for the hard work that teachers do, but share the disappointment of many parents in my constituency that Thursday’s strikes will cause massive disruption to their children’s learning. Will the Secretary of State advise how people such as myself and other colleagues who have a CRB certificate can help schools to stay open on Thursday?

Backbench Business: Co-operatives and Mutuality (30 Jun 2011)

Tracey Crouch: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Amess. I am grateful for the opportunity to speak in this important debate a few days into co-operatives fortnight. I congratulate the hon. Members for West Bromwich West (Mr Bailey) and for Islwyn (Chris Evans) on persuading the Backbench Business Committee to enable them to initiate this debate. I very much enjoyed the speech of the hon....

Backbench Business: Co-operatives and Mutuality (30 Jun 2011)

Tracey Crouch: As the hon. Gentleman mentioned, my hon. Friend said that there are 37 members, but the movement has only just been launched. We are a small but perfectly-formed group. [ Interruption. ] I may also add, thanks to help from my hon. Friends from a sedentary position, that there are 37 members within Parliament.

Backbench Business: Co-operatives and Mutuality (30 Jun 2011)

Tracey Crouch: I am sure that the hon. Member for Harrow West will deal with those questions when he sums up at the end of the debate. I am proud to be a member of the Conservative Co-operative Movement in Parliament, which has only just been established.

Backbench Business: Co-operatives and Mutuality (30 Jun 2011)

Tracey Crouch: I agree with the Minister. If I may continue with my speech, rather than getting into how many members we have in each political party—

Backbench Business: Co-operatives and Mutuality (30 Jun 2011)

Tracey Crouch: I am grateful for that clarification. The hon. Lady may be interested to learn that members of the Conservative Co-operative Movement have been considering whether, perhaps at the next general election, we may do something radical and stand as Conservative, Unionist and Co-operative candidates. That is under active consideration.

Backbench Business: Co-operatives and Mutuality (30 Jun 2011)

Tracey Crouch: I thank the right hon. Gentleman for his intervention. The issue is under consideration by members of the Conservative Co-operative Movement. I think that we have just ruined any kind of cross-party consensus that we were having on the co-operative movement. The Conservative party should be congratulated on the fact that it has now established this movement in its own party, and I hope that...

Backbench Business: Co-operatives and Mutuality (30 Jun 2011)

Tracey Crouch: I agree completely. It is for that reason that it is right that credit unions receive so much support from across the House and from Government. They are great advocates of financial inclusion and can offer an alternative to high-cost credit that blights many, and submerges them further into debt. I look forward to visiting the Medway Credit Union in the autumn, and to helping to raise its...


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