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Written Answers — Transport: Railways (24 May 2011)

Theresa Villiers: ...areas of population and our plans focus on providing additional capacity to meeting rising demand. In some cases this involves adding new rolling stock and in others building additional lines may be appropriate. The new Ordsall curve is planned to open in central Manchester in 2016 and the new Crossrail line running under central London is planned to open from 2018.

Written Answers — Transport: Railways: Snow and Ice (24 May 2011)

Theresa Villiers: holding answer 17 May 2011 Provisions contained in franchise agreements enable appropriate remedial action as required by the Department, in the event that the operator fails to fulfil its contractual requirements with regard to the operation of temporary or contingency timetables. The Office of Rail Regulation monitors Network Rail's operational activities. If it considers that Network Rail...

Opposition Day — [16th Allotted Day]: Policing and Crime (23 May 2011)

Theresa May: May I suggest that in future the hon. Gentleman listens to my speeches? I made specific reference to the defeat in the House of Lords and what would happen in the House of Commons.

Bill Presented — Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures Bill (23 May 2011)

Presentation and First Reading ( Standing Order No. 57) Secretary Theresa May, supported by the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister, Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, Secretary Kenneth Clarke, Danny Alexander and James Brokenshire, presented a Bill to abolish control orders and make provision for the imposition of terrorism prevention and investigation measures. Bill read the First time;...

Written Answers — Transport: Railways: Tickets (23 May 2011)

Theresa Villiers: holding answer 13 May 2011 Officials have discussed the issue with Transport for London and First Group. There are a number of technical, policy and financial considerations which need to be addressed before any decision can be made on whether to extend Oyster out to Slough station.

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Department: Justice and Home Affairs Council (19 May 2011)

Theresa May: The Extraordinary Council which focused on interior issues was held on 12 May in Brussels. I represented the United Kingdom. The Council started with an EU ministerial breakfast with the Director of the Joint Situation Centre (SitCen) who presented his assessment of the situation following the death of Osama bin Laden and changes in north Africa. Gilles de Kerchove, EU Counter-terrorism...

Written Answers — Transport: Aviation: Working Hours (17 May 2011)

Theresa Villiers: Ministers in the Department for Transport frequently meet with representatives of airlines and pilots. Details of all ministerial meetings with external organisations between May 2010 and December 2010 have been published on the Department's website: http://www.dft.gov.uk/press/ministers/transparency/ Information since January 2011 is being collated and will be released as soon as practical...

Statement of Changes in Immigration Rules — Motion of Regret (16 May 2011)

Lord Avebury: ...into force. That gives time for errors, or rules that are deemed to be wrongful by the House, to be corrected by a further statement. I am sorry that our Government should assume that, whatever we may say about this statement this evening, it will not be of sufficient weight to require any change in the wording. The 21-day convention should be respected and I hope that the Minister will...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Department: Operation Gird (16 May 2011)

Theresa May: I am pleased to be able to announce that David Anderson QC has completed his report on the review of operation GIRD—the investigation of an alleged plot targeting the Papal visit of September last year. The report will be placed in the Library of the House and copies win also be available from the Vote Office. I am grateful to David Anderson for his detailed report—his first as...

Written Answers — Home Department: Prevent Review (12 May 2011)

Theresa May: A thorough and detailed review was required to ensure that Prevent works as well as possible. The review and new strategy will be published shortly.

Written Answers — Transport: Transport for London: Finance (11 May 2011)

Theresa Villiers: The Independent Investment Programme Advisory Group (IIPAG) began its work in May 2010 and its remit was expanded as part of the recent spending review in October 2010. The IIPAG plans to report on and publish the overall findings of its first year's work this summer. This will include the first full results from its newly-acquired benchmarking role.

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Department: Justice and Home Affairs Council (11 May 2011)

Theresa May: The Extraordinary Council will focus on interior issues and is due to be held on 12 May in Brussels. I will represent the United Kingdom. As the agenda stands, the following items will be discussed: The Council will start with an EU ministerial breakfast with the Director of SitCen where discussions will focus on the aftermath of the death of bin Laden and the situation in north Africa. Next...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Police Accountability (9 May 2011)

Theresa May: The Police Reform and Social Responsibility Bill will establish directly elected police and crime commissioners in every police area in England and Wales. They will hold police forces to account on behalf of the public and so strengthen the vital link between the public and the police.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Alcohol Sales (Children) (9 May 2011)

Theresa May: The Government do not tolerate the sale of alcohol to children. The Police Reform and Social Responsibility Bill will double the maximum fine from £10,000 to £20,000, delivering on a coalition agreement commitment, and will extend the minimum period of voluntary closure that can be given for persistent under-age sales. We are also committed to working with the Sentencing Council and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Child Protection (9 May 2011)

Theresa May: I am grateful to my hon. Friend for raising this issue. Good progress has been made since CEOP commissioned its thematic assessment of localised grooming in January. A range of responses has been received from a variety of sources, including police forces, charities and local safeguarding children boards. Analysis of the data is ongoing and the final report is expected to be published in June.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Asylum Seekers (9 May 2011)

Theresa May: A system that makes timely decisions and removes people who have no right to stay in the UK is the biggest deterrent to false claims. The Government are committed to increasing the speed and quality of the processing of asylum claims, and the UK Border Agency is making faster decisions and removing people more quickly.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Topical Questions (9 May 2011)

Theresa May: As I have previously informed the House, the first duty of Government is to protect the public. Following the death of Osama bin Laden, the overall threat level from international terrorism remains at severe and there is a continuing need for everyone to remain vigilant and to report suspicious activity to the police. Last week’s verdict from the coroner’s inquest into the London...

Written Answers — Home Department: Alcohol Sales: Children (9 May 2011)

Theresa May: The Government do not tolerate the sale of alcohol to children. The Police Reform and Social Responsibility Bill will double the maximum fine from £10,000 to £20,000, delivering on a coalition agreement commitment, and extend the minimum period of voluntary closure that can be given for persistent under-age sales. We are also committed to working with the Sentencing Council and the...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Department: 7/7 Inquest (9 May 2011)

Theresa May: The coroner’s verdicts into the deaths of those who were tragically killed on 7 July 2005 was handed down on 6 May. Lady Justice Hallett’s inquests have been more wide ranging than any previous reports on the attacks, considering both whether the attacks were preventable, and the emergency service response to the attacks. We now have a comprehensive picture of what happened in...

Women and Equalities: New Businesses (5 May 2011)

Theresa May: The Government are committed to increasing the number of women and men setting up businesses. If women set up businesses at the same rate as men in the UK, we would have 150,000 new business start-ups each year. We are encouraging the establishment of small businesses through excellent initiatives such as the new enterprise allowance, which will provide mentors and financial support to help...


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