Canlyniadau 1–20 o 3326 ar gyfer speaker:John Pugh

Written Answers — Department for Education: Faith Schools (20 Ebr 2017)

John Pugh: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how many and what proportion of state-funded faith schools are non-Christian.

Technical and Further Education Bill: Financial Support for Students Undertaking Apprenticeships (19 Ebr 2017)

John Pugh: I want to speak very briefly on the Government motion to disagree with Lords amendment 6 and Government amendment (a) in lieu, as much as anything else to probe what amendment (a) will achieve. As a preface to that, let me give an impression of what the noble Lord Storey sought to achieve with Lords amendment 6. We have all acknowledged during the course of the debate so far that careers...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: National Road Safety Targets (30 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: Following on from that question, what plans does the Minister have to address the issue of cyclists ignoring not only traffic lights but pedestrian crossings? This has now become a major problem in central London.

Written Answers — Department of Health: General Practitioners: Databases (28 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what steps his Department is taking to correct the TTP SystmOne clinical IT software error present since 2009 and affecting around 26 million patients.

Bus Services Bill [Lords]: National strategy (27 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: I rise to speak in support of new clauses 2 and 3 in my name and also new clause 1. Both my new clauses are basically about coherence; neither is about dictating to local authorities, as was mischievously suggested by the Secretary of State on Second Reading. I am not trying to dictate to local authorities what they should do. Both of them are also obviously about concessionary travel for...

Bus Services Bill [Lords]: National strategy (27 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: The right hon. Gentleman might be surprised to learn that EMA was mentioned in my notes, but for some reason I omitted to mention it just then. He has drawn attention to it, and I dare say it was a factor. Another anomaly in the system—this is where new clause 2 comes into its own—is that while we all accord parity of esteem between the academic route and the technical route, and the...

Bus Services Bill [Lords]: National strategy (27 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: Desperate times call for desperate remedies, and the financial situation in most local authorities at this moment is desperate, as is evident from the Audit Commission’s recent study of local authorities’ financial sustainability. Whether the Government accept that point or not, I think they will accept that there is a case for joined-up policy. The Government need to link the...

Bus Services Bill [Lords]: National strategy (27 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: The hon. Gentleman mentioned a connection between directly elected mayors and bus deregulation. Does he see any logical or sensible connection between the two? Is there any reason why the two should go hand in hand?

Equitable Life Policyholders: Compensation (23 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: Given the failure of regulation and the Treasury’s knowledge of it, as the hon. Gentleman outlines, this is a matter of obligation for the Government, is it not? No individual can discard their obligations because they do not have enough cash, and the Government do have enough cash at the moment.

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: PFI Liabilities (21 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: On the subject of financial liabilities, what assessment has the Department made of the potential effect of changes to the discount rate on the amount of compensation paid out by the NHS Litigation Authority?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Priority School Building Programme 2 (20 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: Has the removal and treatment of asbestos been prioritised within that programme? Many buildings of the ‘60s and ‘70s are riddled with asbestos, and we do not know the exact extent yet.

Budget Resolutions - Amendment of the Law (14 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: Before the Secretary of State moves off the issue of the fabric of schools, may I say that although the money from the Chancellor for school repairs is welcome, there is a £6.7 billion backlog of repairs to bring schools up to satisfactory condition? What does she think that backlog will be by the end of this Parliament?

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy Infrastructure (14 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: Following on from that question, will the Minister tell the House when a final decision will be made on the Swansea tidal lagoon?

Children and Social Work Bill [Lords]: Education relating to relationships and sex ( 7 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: I welcome what the Minister is saying, but I am struggling to find anything in it that is inconsistent with new clause 14. Can he point it out to me?

The Secretary of State Was Asked: Insurance Premiums ( 7 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: What assessment the Government have made of the effect of recent changes in the discount rate for compensation for accident victims on the level of insurance premiums.

The Secretary of State Was Asked: Insurance Premiums ( 7 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: Another organisation affected, to the tune of £1 billion, is the NHS. What discussions has the Lord Chancellor had with the NHS Litigation Authority on this topic?

Sky/21ST Century Fox: Proposed Merger: Vehicle Technology and Aviation Bill ( 6 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: This modest Bill is clearly uncontentious. It seeks to adjust legislation to new technology, but from the red flag Acts onwards the House of Commons has not been great on anticipating either the potential or pitfalls of technological advance. Victorian Members used to fulminate against the railways, on the grounds that they led to revolution and moral torpor. In truth, it would have been...

Sky/21ST Century Fox: Proposed Merger: Vehicle Technology and Aviation Bill ( 6 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: Not necessarily, but I did listen to the hon. Gentleman talking about the Deputy Speaker’s voyage to the airport and saying that he would not need to leave his car in the car park. The hon. Gentleman was looking on the positive side, but we can also look at the negative side: the Deputy Speaker’s car has had to travel back to parts of Lancashire and then come out to get him again, so he...

Sky/21ST Century Fox: Proposed Merger: Vehicle Technology and Aviation Bill ( 6 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: We invented the train some time ago; there are trains available, even in Lancashire. My fundamental point is that electric vehicles are probably a less flexible technology than either the internal combustion engine or the hydrogen fuel cell, and the technology is wholly inapplicable in the case of heavy goods vehicles, in which they surely do not have much of a place. Even if I am wrong about...

Sky/21ST Century Fox: Proposed Merger: Vehicle Technology and Aviation Bill ( 6 Maw 2017)

John Pugh: I am presenting my personal observations. The hon. Gentleman has acknowledged that there are problems and I am simply alluding to them.


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