MPs in constituencies matching swindon

Justin Tomlinson

Conservative MP for North Swindon (6 May 2010 – current)

Robert Buckland

Conservative MP for South Swindon (6 May 2010 – current)

People matching swindon

Lord Stoddart of Swindon

Former Independent Labour Peer (30 Nov 1982 – 14 Nov 2020)


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Written Answers — Trade and Industry: South West Regional Development Agency (13 Mar 2006)

Alun Michael: ...UK) Ltd. Italian Exeter 18 — STMicroelectronics French Bristol 90 — Arima Optoelectronic Taiwan Bath 10 — Interlog SL Spanish Kemble, Wilts 10 5 Honda Lock Japan Swindon 10 — SDC Japan Swindon 100 50 ABB Offshore Switzerland/Sweden Camborne — 15 E Toys USA Swindon 100 — Bristol & West Ireland Bristol 200 — Sabre...

Petition — Swindon Town Centre (10 Oct 2011)

Robert Buckland: I am grateful, Mr Speaker. The future role of established street traders in the life of Swindon town centre is supported by no fewer than 4,371 signatories. The prayer reads as follows: Wherefore your Petitioners pray that your Honourable House urges the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government to request that Swindon Borough Council review its policy on street trading in...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Flexible Working Hours (6 Feb 2006)

Alun Michael: DTI has made no specific assessment of the likely impact of a 24-hour economy on South Swindon. The Department sponsors the South West of England Regional Development Agency (SWRDA), which has a statutory purpose to further economic development in its area. The economic and physical regeneration of Swindon town centre is a key project for SWRDA. Local authorities have an important role in...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Flood Control: Swindon (21 Jan 2014)

Dan Rogerson: Money spent by Environment Agency on flood defences between 2007 and 2013 was: £   Cost Swindon borough Swindon constituency 2007-08 130,000 130,000 70,000 2008-09 209,000 209,000 109,000 2009-10 123,000 123,000 73,000 2010-11 115,000 115,000 65,000 2011-12 1,215,000 1,215,000 1,165,000 2012-13 2,115,000 2,115,000 2,065,000 Total 3,907,000...

Opposition Day: Housing and the Green Belt (29 Apr 1999)

James Gray: ...me if I crack on a bit. Perhaps he will have an opportunity to contribute shortly if I am reasonably brief in my remarks. I want to refer in particular to my constituency and what is happening in Swindon, not merely because of the constituency interest, but because the Government's approach to the inexorable westward growth of Swindon is a litmus test of their approach to this problem....

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Local and Regional Economies: Transport (4 Dec 2017)

Justin Tomlinson: Swindon is building houses at roughly three times the rate of the national average and we wish to go further. Does the Minister support Swindon’s proposal to use the Transforming Cities fund to extend the Oxford and Cambridge rail link to Swindon, which would unlock further new homes in Swindon?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Spending Review (26 Jun 2013)

George Osborne: The people of Swindon were short-changed in many ways by the Labour Government. Under the excellent leadership provided by my hon. Friend and his colleague, our hon. Friend the Member for South Swindon (Mr Buckland), not only is Swindon’s voice heard in Parliament, but the changes this Government are making will help families in Swindon, including those with children at school.

Adjournment (Spring) (16 May 1985)

Mr Peter Snape: The hon. Gentleman is mistaken. The last major closure at Swindon was in 1962, when the old carriage and wagon capacity was closed. That was in the immediate aftermath of Dr. Beeching's report, and a Conservative Government were in power at the time. Unlike the hon. Member for Swindon, I do not wish to make a political point about the 1960s, but only 5,000 were left at the Swindon workshops...

Written Answers — Transport: Driving Tests (13 Oct 2010)

Mike Penning: ...214 902 91 Weston-Super-Mare 5,366 408 - - - Yeovil 5,195 446 - - - Wiltshire Chippenham 5,696 499 - - - Salisbury 3,415 222 - - - Swindon 7,379 595 - - - Swindon LGV - - 88 675 94 Trowbridge 4,816 293 - - - Tests conducted between 1 April 2008 and 31 March 2009 Car Motorcycle B+E LGV...

Orders of the Day — Clause 200 (20 Jul 1972)

Mr David Stoddart: Yes, I accept that. Indeed it confirms what I am saying about Swindon. What is happening in Swindon is being repeated throughout the country and helps the case for this Amendment. I emphasise that Swindon Borough Council in terms of library opening hours and service is far superior in every respect to the service given by the county council. It is a nonsense to suppose that the library...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Health Services: Swindon (7 Feb 2018)

Steve Barclay: Information relating to the revenue funding allocations made to Swindon Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are provided in the following table. Figures are not directly comparable between primary care trusts (PCTs) and CCGs due to changes in geographic cover and commissioning responsibilities. National Health Service Body Year Total Revenue Allocation £000’s Swindon PCT1 2010-11...

Written Answers — Treasury: Income Tax: Swindon (11 Feb 2013)

Justin Tomlinson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) how many residents in (a) North Swindon constituency and (b) the borough of Swindon have been taken out of income tax as a result of the raising of the personal allowance since May 2010; (2) how many residents in (a) North Swindon constituency and (b) the borough of Swindon have seen their income tax liability reduced as a result of the raising of...

Great British Railways Headquarters: Swindon’s Bid (24 May 2022)

Robert Buckland: ...hon. Friend; with his powerful words, he has exemplified the point that boundaries are not important here; it is the talent that we want to encourage. As a hub of excellence and economic activity, Swindon is so important to the regional economy and—I would say—the national economy as well. The second criterion for a successful bid is connectivity. It must be: “Connected and easy to...

Orders of the Day: Communities and Local Government/Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (20 Nov 2006)

Anne Snelgrove: My right hon. Friend mentioned Swindon. Unitary authorities are good. They are welcome, but some of them, including Swindon, had difficulties when they were set up. Swindon received £2 million of Government money to get it out of its difficulties. We need unitary authorities but they must not base themselves on the old county authority model, which is where the Swindon model went wrong in...

Local Government (23 Jan 1984)

Mr Charles Morrison: I take the hon. Gentleman's point, but I must make a counter-point. Thamesdown was formed out of the old borough of Swindon and the rural district of Highworth, which was in my constituency. Before the amalgamation and reorganisation of local government, Swindon had expanded to a considerable extent into Highworth rural district. Before the time of the reorganisation, I fought to stop the...

Orders of the Day — 9TH Allotted Day: Railway Workshops (22 Mar 1983)

Mr David Stoddart: ...themselves in their present position. It is the attitude of Governments, particularly Tory Governments, that has caused the crisis that faces British Rail. The position of railway workshops in Swindon, although not the same as those in Shildon, Horwich and Temple Mills, is very similar. It is true that the Swindon workshops were not marked for closure in the most recent announcement, but...

Orders of the Day — Hospital Care (Swindon) (15 May 1997)

Ms Julia Drown: I thank my hon. Friend the Member for North Swindon (Mr. Wills) for allowing me to contribute to the debate on Swindon's hospital care. I congratulate him on securing this debate so early in the Session. This is my first speech in the House and I should like to say that it is an honour to be the first Member of Parliament to represent the people of South Swindon. The old Swindon constituency...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Swindon Borough Council (16 Feb 2006)

Phil Woolas: No official from the ODPM has been engaged full-time in supporting Swindon borough council. A lead official was appointed in 2002 to monitor Swindon borough council's improvement. That official is paid at rates within the salary range for a senior civil servant at pay band 1, ie minimum rate £54,788 to maximum rate £76,156. During the period concerned, between two and four days each week...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Local Government Finance: Swindon (21 Jan 2014)

Dan Rogerson: The following figures show payments by core DEFRA to Swindon borough council: Payments by core DEFRA to Swindon BC   £ 2010-11 142,243 2011-12 3,000 2012-13 53,500 2013-14 (to end of December) 27,857 The following figures show payments by the Rural Payments Agency (RPA) to Swindon borough council: Payments by the RPA to Swindon BC   £ 2010-11 51,812 ...

Summer Adjournment (20 Jul 2005)

Michael Wills: I am grateful for the opportunity to talk about important changes that have taken place to the borough council that serves most of my constituency. Over the past eight years, Swindon borough council has failed to deliver the services that the people of Swindon deserve. The council failed between 1997 and 2001, when the Labour party ran it, and it has failed since 2001, which was when the...


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