Canlyniadau 1–20 o 2666 ar gyfer speaker:Trudy Harrison

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Automated Vehicles Bill [Lords]: Clause 1 - Basic concepts (19 Maw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: Would it be helpful to set out how we have already embraced elements of self-driving in transport? For example, I doubt there will be a driver in this place who does not rely on anti-lock braking systems when using their car. Self-parking is now quite common and autopilot is used when we are flying across the skies. Driverless trains are in operation, as are Starship robots. There are already...

Energy Security and Net Zero: New Nuclear (27 Chw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: What steps she is taking to increase nuclear energy capacity.

Energy Security and Net Zero: New Nuclear (27 Chw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: Will the Minister confirm that Nuclear Decommissioning Authority-owned land adjacent to Sellafield will be made available for new nuclear? More specifically, will enough land be made available to accommodate two 470 MW Rolls-Royce power stations and their ancillary buildings and spaces?

Energy Security and Net Zero: Topical Questions (27 Chw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: We have made huge progress in decarbonising our electricity sector, but decarbonising transport and heat is much more tricky. Will the Minister encourage our plans in Copeland to harness any power that can be obtained from new nuclear for that purpose, and will he meet us so that we can discuss those plans?

Science, Innovation and Technology: Rural Connectivity (21 Chw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: What steps her Department is taking to improve rural connectivity.

Science, Innovation and Technology: Rural Connectivity (21 Chw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: It is brilliant to hear about all of this progress. What assessment has the Minister made of the value for money cap in connecting the hardest-to-reach households and businesses, of which I have many in my very rural, incredibly beautiful but sparsely populated constituency?

Walking and Cycling: Government Support (20 Chw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: The Minister is making an excellent point on the value of the great outdoors and being active. I know that this is not his Department’s responsibility, but does he agree that approximately 80% of that ill health is related to diet, and that ultra-processed foods have a part to play in the state of the nation’s health?

Walking and Cycling: Government Support (20 Chw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: May I congratulate the Department, Bikeability and the wonderful Emily Cherry on recognising the difference that it can make to children with special educational needs and disabilities to learn to ride a bike or trike that is right for them? Huge improvements have been made in creating a more accessible Bikeability.

Walking and Cycling: Government Support (20 Chw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: Tonight, I will speak about the benefits of walking and cycling. Let me quote Proverbs 22:6: “Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.” Although perhaps slightly sexist, that is inscribed on the wall of Captain Shaw’s Church of England Primary School in the home village of Bootle where I live in the Lake district. It is where my four...

Walking and Cycling: Government Support (20 Chw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: My hon. Friend makes an incredibly valid point. We need to encourage all local authorities to embrace the Bikeability training that is available to them, as she will know from the incredible work that she does to encourage us all. She provided huge motivation for my joining the early-morning running club, and for so many people in this House to get a bit fitter, and I am really grateful for...

Walking and Cycling: Government Support (20 Chw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: My right hon. Friend is absolutely right. We need to tackle those junctions and make those improvements. It is not always about segregated or designated routes; often it is, but certainly in our rural areas where there is less traffic, tackling those quite dangerous junctions makes parents more likely to encourage their children to cycle to school and form those really important healthy...

Walking and Cycling: Government Support (20 Chw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: Yes again. There is a lot of agreement in the House tonight, and enabling those routes to schools and tackling those junctions is primarily what Active Travel England will be looking at. Having routes that comply with local transport note 1/20 is really important, but where that is not possible, we should not let the perfect be the enemy of the good; we should enable as many children as is...

Walking and Cycling: Government Support (20 Chw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: Of course that is needed for all ages; I welcome the hon. Member’s intervention. My point is that when resources are stretched and priorities need to be made, we should prioritise those early habits, because those children will grow into adults. It is an absolutely crying shame that in this country an average of about 25 limbs are amputated every day as a result of diabetes. I think it is a...

Walking and Cycling: Government Support (20 Chw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: Yes, my hon. Friend is absolutely right. I have been focusing on cycling so far, but I will come on to walking. I will entertain the House with my walking adventure, all the way from Saint Bees in my constituency right over to Robin Hood’s Bay, which is some 195 miles. The infrastructure for walking and cycling is vitally important. We are having a debate about active travel, which is a...

Walking and Cycling: Government Support (20 Chw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: My hon. Friend raises a very good point about rurality, which was also raised by my hon. Friend the Member for Aberconwy (Robin Millar). People in rural areas are more dependent on cars; we have less public transport so our roads are busier and there are perhaps more roads with a 60 mph speed limit. I am delighted with the highway code changes. I can really tell the difference; I was out on...

Transport: Topical Questions ( 8 Chw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: The Cumbrian Coast railway is vital to the energy coast, for both passengers and freight. I welcome the extra funding and services that Network North will bring, but could the Rail Minister update me on the latest progress?

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Environmental Land Management Schemes ( 1 Chw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: What steps he is taking to support farmers through the environmental land management schemes.

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Environmental Land Management Schemes ( 1 Chw 2024)

Trudy Harrison: I thank my right hon. Friend the Farming Minister for meeting my farmers in Wasdale last year. I am sure that sure the journey through the English Lake district was inspiration to provide those payments for stone walls. I have continued that conversation in a succession of farming policy information suppers. There is a keen desire among farmers to take advantage of ELMs; what they are...

Protecting and Restoring Wetlands (31 Ion 2024)

Trudy Harrison: Before my hon. Friend comes on to her priorities, may I just set out how impressive she has been in persuading me, as a former Minister, and colleagues across the House of the wonderful benefits of wetlands? We are all more knowledgeable thanks to her and the work of WWT in her constituency. As well as the benefits for climate change and biodiversity, does she recognise the benefits to our...


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