Canlyniadau 81–100 o 741 ar gyfer speaker:Christopher Fraser

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Financial Services (Regulation) (15 Rha 2009)

Christopher Fraser: What recent discussions he has had with his EU counterparts on EU regulation of financial services.

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Financial Services (Regulation) (15 Rha 2009)

Christopher Fraser: Government complacency has seen the role of Commissioner for Internal Market and Services go to France, and France and Germany have outmanoeuvred the Government on the alternative investment fund managers directive. Have the Government learned a lesson and put in place a new procedure to ensure early engagement over the proposals for regulation of the financial services industry?

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Personal Care at Home Bill (14 Rha 2009)

Christopher Fraser: I entirely agree with my hon. Friend. Does she agree with me that in large counties such as Norfolk-a great county that both she and I represent-with disparate communities in both rural and urban areas, a one-size-fits-all solution will not work, because some councils will be able to afford the provision and others will not?

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Personal Care at Home Bill (14 Rha 2009)

Christopher Fraser: Does the hon. Gentleman agree that the delivery of these health care services in rural constituencies such as ours, where the dynamics are quite different from those of inner-city areas, has not been addressed at all in this Bill?

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Personal Care at Home Bill (14 Rha 2009)

Christopher Fraser: Does the hon. Gentleman accept that some councils would be better placed than others to find the money through their own provisions, so there is a possibility that these measures as presented by the Government could lead to a postcode lottery?

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: FiReControl Project ( 8 Rha 2009)

Christopher Fraser: What his most recent estimate is of the cost of the FiReControl project.

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: FiReControl Project ( 8 Rha 2009)

Christopher Fraser: Given the vast over-cost and the considerable delay, does the Minister believe that taxpayers are seeing value for money?

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Topical Questions ( 8 Rha 2009)

Christopher Fraser: In answer to the question put by my hon. Friend the Member for Norwich, North (Chloe Smith), did the Minister say that the transitional rate relief will cover in full the increases proposed over the next five years, or does she finally accept that the increases will be unbearable for many businesses?

High-speed Rail ( 8 Rha 2009)

Christopher Fraser: Before I call the next speaker, I remind right hon. and hon. Members that there are still six people left to speak in 12 minutes.

High-speed Rail ( 8 Rha 2009)

Christopher Fraser: Order. Before the hon. Member for North-West Leicestershire puts his point, I remind him that many hon. Members would like to contribute to the debate. He has already made one rather long intervention and as a member of the Chairmen's Panel knows how to go about the business.

High-speed Rail ( 8 Rha 2009)

Christopher Fraser: Before I call the next person to contribute, I remind right hon. and hon. Members that six people have indicated that they would like to make a contribution, and I intend to start the wind-ups at noon.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: European Financial Services Proposals ( 1 Rha 2009)

Christopher Fraser: Will the Minister please answer my question about what assessment she has made of the implications of these new appointments for the City of London? It is all very well giving us the CVs of the different people involved and quotes from other people, but we in this House need to know the Government's view on the direct implications for the City.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: European Financial Services Proposals ( 1 Rha 2009)

Christopher Fraser: It gives me great pleasure to speak after my hon. Friend the Member for Sevenoaks (Mr. Fallon), a person who has proved time and again that he understands the issues and is a wise and sage voice in this debate. There is no question but that our financial institutions and the City are undergoing a difficult and challenging time, and there is no doubt that reform of our financial system is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: European Financial Services Proposals ( 1 Rha 2009)

Christopher Fraser: The hon. Gentleman therefore surely agrees with me that the word "emergency" is so ambiguous that the Government need to define better its meaning and applications.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: European Financial Services Proposals ( 1 Rha 2009)

Christopher Fraser: Will the Minister draw to the attention of the House precisely what is meant by emergency circumstances? That is not clear from what she said or what we have before us today.

Financial Services Bill (30 Tach 2009)

Christopher Fraser: Does my hon. Friend agree that the way in which the Bill is structured leads to more ambiguity about where responsibility lies, and does not tackle the fundamental problems?

Financial Services Bill (30 Tach 2009)

Christopher Fraser: I am listening carefully to the hon. Gentleman, but does he acknowledge that the lack of co-ordination among the tripartite authorities, as has been described, has contributed to the severity of the financial crisis we are going through?

Financial Services Bill (30 Tach 2009)

Christopher Fraser: Therefore, if we do not tackle the structural problems with regulatory reform, there will be more ambiguity about where responsibility lies. Does the hon. Gentleman agree with that?

Financial Services Bill (30 Tach 2009)

Christopher Fraser: I think my hon. Friend will agree that the more fundamental point is that the lack of co-ordination among the tripartite authorities contributed to the severity of the financial crisis, and nothing in the Bill addresses that.


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