Canlyniadau 1–20 o 1410 ar gyfer speaker:Mark Pawsey

Prime Minister: Engagements ( 1 Mai 2024)

Mark Pawsey: Since I was elected in 2010, Rugby has seen employment grow by nearly 6,000, with 10% more of my constituents in work. Much of that has been driven by investment in advanced manufacturing in places such as Ansty Park, where we have got the Manufacturing Technology Centre, which the Prime Minister visited, the High Temperature Research Centre, Rolls-Royce, Parker Meggitt, Fanuc and the London...

Education: Topical Questions (29 Ebr 2024)

Mark Pawsey: Businesses—those in manufacturing in particular—speak about the challenge in filling vacancies. The solution can often be in the existing workforce, but older workers can be reluctant to take up apprenticeships. What work are we doing to encourage more older workers into the apprenticeship system?

Written Answers — Home Office: Firearms: Licensing (15 Ebr 2024)

Mark Pawsey: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what assessment he has made of trends in the level of fees for firearms licences.

Defence: Defence Jobs (25 Maw 2024)

Mark Pawsey: What steps his Department is taking to support defence jobs.

Defence: Defence Jobs (25 Maw 2024)

Mark Pawsey: The Minister will be aware of the successful export order for high-value naval electric propulsion technology manufactured by GE in my Rugby constituency. That order is going to Singapore, and it was achieved with the assistance of the MOD and the Department for Business and Trade. Does that not show that support for this world-leading British technology enables new business in a...

Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill (20 Maw 2024)

Mark Pawsey: We on the Business and Trade Select Committee heard absolutely harrowing accounts from postmasters of what they had gone through as a consequence of the Post Office’s actions, but many of those cases took place many years ago. Can the Secretary of State be confident that the audit process in an organisation such as the Post Office will in future identify what has happened at an earlier...

Business of the House (14 Maw 2024)

Mark Pawsey: Rugby is providing new housing at scale, yet the number of pharmacies in our town is falling. Following closures in recent months, residents have told me about having to queue for more than an hour to get a prescription. I am aware of offers to set up new pharmacies, but they have been turned down by our health and wellbeing board, which unbelievably says that there is sufficient provision in...

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Topical Questions (14 Maw 2024)

Mark Pawsey: The Secretary of State is bringing forward a system of extended producer responsibility to obligate brand owners, including food suppliers, to bear the cost of recycling the packaging that they place on the market. However, in some estimates, the cost to obligated businesses will be 10 times higher than under the current packaging waste recycling note system. Given that the cost will need to...

Business of the House (29 Chw 2024)

Mark Pawsey: We all know how important town centres are to our local communities and how they have been faced with the challenges of online retail and out-of-town shopping. Rugby town centre continues to have a strong independent sector with much loved retailers, and now the Conservative-led borough council is taking the initiative with an ambitious plan for regeneration including residential units and a...

Cabinet Office: SMEs: Public Sector Procurement (29 Chw 2024)

Mark Pawsey: What steps his Department is taking to improve access to public sector procurement processes for small and medium-sized businesses.

Cabinet Office: SMEs: Public Sector Procurement (29 Chw 2024)

Mark Pawsey: Small businesses are the lifeblood of our economy. There are 5.5 million of them in the UK, making up over 99% of all businesses and 61% of private sector employment. However, currently only a fraction of 1% offer their goods and services to the public sector. Could the Minister say a little more about the work that is being done to encourage more of them to enter tender processes?

Post Office Board and Governance (28 Chw 2024)

Mark Pawsey: I commend the Minister, not only for the consistent and compassionate approach he has taken to this matter, but for his attendance at yesterday’s session. It lasted for five hours and he was there for the greater part of it. He is right to say that much of what we heard yesterday was a real distraction from the key objective of the Government and the Committee of making sure there is speedy...

Post Office Horizon: Compensation and Legislation (26 Chw 2024)

Mark Pawsey: I commend the Minister and the Secretary of State for the firm and consistent approach the Government are taking to getting justice for the affected sub-postmasters. We heard earlier about precedent. The Minister will know that many of us have concerns about precedent in bringing forward special legislation in this case, although we know, of course, that many hundreds of innocent...

Prime Minister: Engagements (31 Ion 2024)

Mark Pawsey: The Prime Minister likes to attend live sport, so I wonder whether he will join me in welcoming the planning inspector’s decision to uphold Rugby Council’s rejection of an application for development at Brandon Stadium in my constituency, to keep the doors open for it to remain a sporting venue so that future generations will enjoy the thrills and spills of motorcycle speedway and stock cars.

Road Traffic Deaths: Police Investigations (29 Ion 2024)

Mark Pawsey: I am grateful for the opportunity to raise the important topic of police investigations into road traffic deaths. I do so this evening in support of and in tribute to my constituents George and Giulietta Galli-Atkinson, who have campaigned tirelessly on road safety over the past 25 years. I first met the Galli-Atkinsons shortly after I was elected as the Member of Parliament for Rugby in...

Road Traffic Deaths: Police Investigations (29 Ion 2024)

Mark Pawsey: The hon. Lady makes some important and pertinent points. I will go on to talk about the work of some of the officers I have heard about as a judge for the award. She is right to talk about the specialism of the role and the importance of effective training, and the time it takes for officers to achieve that level of expertise. There are three criteria for the Livia award: service to justice...

Trade (Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership) Bill [Lords] (29 Ion 2024)

Mark Pawsey: I have heard my hon. Friend talk about goods, but I want to hear more about services. We see this purely through the prism of goods going backwards and forwards, but our great strength is services. Where are the service opportunities in this deal?

Trade (Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership) Bill [Lords] (29 Ion 2024)

Mark Pawsey: The Secretary of State has spoken about the size of this deal, and she has mentioned the major players in our markets, the automotive and whisky industries, which are of course very big exporters. Will she say a little about the opportunities that may exist for small and medium-sized enterprises, and the work that is being done to open up those opportunities to them?

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Fluorinated Gases: Regulation (24 Ion 2024)

Mark Pawsey: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, what his Department's planned timescale is for the (a) consultation and (b) review of F gas regulations.

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