Canlyniadau 181–200 o 3617 ar gyfer speaker:Tom Harris

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Low-carbon Technologies ( 8 Maw 2012)

Tom Harris: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change what recent assessment he has made of the level of investment in low-carbon technologies in the UK.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements ( 7 Maw 2012)

Tom Harris: My constituent James Toner was arrested in Goa almost three years ago on drugs charges. He was subsequently released when it turned out that the police officers who arrested him were themselves under investigation for corruption. He has spent the past 22 months in legal limbo, his passport has been confiscated, he cannot travel, he cannot work and he does not even know when his case is going...

Business of the House ( 1 Maw 2012)

Tom Harris: As we celebrate St David’s day, we should also celebrate the fact that citizens of Wales are able to choose which language they fill out their application forms for driving licences and passports in because Welsh is recognised throughout the UK as an official language. The same cannot be said for Gaelic, which is recognised in Scotland as an official language but not in the UK, so Scottish...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Civil Aviation Bill: Clause 18 - Licence conditions ( 1 Maw 2012)

Tom Harris: Has my hon. Friend considered the role of Passenger Focus in all this? I understand that it was set up with the specific remit of looking at railway passengers; there has been some talk of extending its remit to bus passengers, but would it not help to keep down the amount of regulation and bureaucracy if Passenger Focus’s remit were expanded to include air passengers?

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Civil Aviation Bill: Clause 1 - CAA’s general duty (28 Chw 2012)

Tom Harris: I welcome the hon. Gentleman’s comments and look forward to his voting with us in favour of the amendment. Of course, it would be unconscionable and completely unexpected for a Liberal Democrat to say one thing before a vote and to turn it on its head and vote another way when it comes to a show of hands.

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Civil Aviation Bill: Clause 1 - CAA’s general duty (28 Chw 2012)

Tom Harris: I will try to contain my shock at the fact that the hon. Gentleman will not support us; I noted from the start that he is sitting with the Conservatives, so I am not particularly surprised.

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Civil Aviation Bill: Clause 1 - CAA’s general duty (28 Chw 2012)

Tom Harris: You pre-empt my answer accurately, Sir Roger. Similarly, I will avoid the temptation to resurrect the old arguments from a couple of years ago about Heathrow’s third runway. That would be completely out of order in terms of this debate, although for the record I should say that I was and remain a strong supporter of it. I want to hark back to the debate in January 2009, because the Minister...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Civil Aviation Bill: Clause 1 - CAA’s general duty (28 Chw 2012)

Tom Harris: Is not the point that of course the passenger must be the priority, but the fact that this would be a secondary priority would give a clear signal to the CAA that airlines were not as important as passengers? A commitment to putting passengers first could be put in the Bill while making it clear that where the interests of airlines did not conflict with those of passengers, they would be...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Civil Aviation Bill: Clause 1 - CAA’s general duty (28 Chw 2012)

Tom Harris: The Minister mentioned quite rightly that the passenger, the end user, must be the primary focus. Can she say in practical terms what difference will be made to the experience of the daily commuter or annual holidaymaker as a result of the clause? What change will occur in that travel experience, if that person is to be the focus of the legislation in an approach to regulation, for example?

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Civil Aviation Bill: Clause 1 - CAA’s general duty (28 Chw 2012)

Tom Harris: Perhaps I was not quite clear. The Minister has discussed changes in winter resilience or baggage handling that would, I expect, be made by airports anyway. Will she discuss the actual change of experience that individual passengers will have as a result of what she is proposing or of what she is opposing from my hon. Friend the Member for Poplar and Limehouse? For any individual, what will...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Civil Aviation Bill: Clause 1 - CAA’s general duty (28 Chw 2012)

Tom Harris: I want to pursue a point that the Minister made a few minutes ago. I find it extraordinary that airlines would have different interests from passengers when it comes to surface access to airports. For an obvious market reason, it is surely always in the interests of airlines to accommodate and to facilitate the arrival of passengers at airports. Perhaps she is aware of examples of which I am...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Civil Aviation Bill: Clause 1 - CAA’s general duty (28 Chw 2012)

Tom Harris: On a point of order, Sir Roger. Given that advice, would you be happy to inform the Committee in advance that there will not be a stand part debate, if there is a general debate on a clause at the beginning?

Written Answers — Transport: Network Rail (20 Chw 2012)

Tom Harris: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport if she will place in the Library a copy of the letter sent by the previous Secretary of State for Transport to Network Rail, to which he referred in evidence to the Transport Select Committee on 26 July 2010.

Written Answers — Transport: Network Rail: Pay (20 Chw 2012)

Tom Harris: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport whether her Department has appointed a special director to sit on Network Rail's Remuneration Committee; and how many meetings of that committee any such special director has attended.

Written Answers — Transport: Network Rail: Pay (20 Chw 2012)

Tom Harris: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what discussions she has had with the (a) chairman and (b) chief executive of Network Rail on (i) the company’s annual executive bonus scheme and (ii) its Gainshare plan.

Written Answers — Treasury: Network Rail: Debts (20 Chw 2012)

Tom Harris: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what recent discussions he has had with (1) the (a) National Audit Office and (b) Secretary of State for Transport on Network Rail's debt being reclassified as on-balance rather than private; (2) the Secretary of State for Transport on Network Rail's debt.

Opposition Day: [Un-Allotted Half Day] — Banking (Responsibility and Reform) ( 7 Chw 2012)

Tom Harris: The Minister points out that the so-called “cash bonus system” emerged under the previous Government. Perhaps he can remind me, but I do not recall many Opposition day debates promoted by his party against the bonus culture. Did he personally, as a member of the shadow Treasury team at the time, mount any kind of opposition to or campaign against that bonus culture?

Business of the House ( 2 Chw 2012)

Tom Harris: May I draw the attention of the Leader of the House to early-day motion 2681? [ That this House notes that Network Rail has been found by the Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) to be in breach of its licence and that, according to the ORR, ‘major asset failures, congested routes and poor management of track condition' contributed to poor performance of the UK rail network in 2011; welcomes the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Civil Aviation Bill (30 Ion 2012)

Tom Harris: Thank you for giving me an opportunity to contribute to the debate, Mr Deputy Speaker. Let me begin by offering my best wishes for the speedy recovery of the Minister of State, Department for Transport, the right hon. Member for Chipping Barnet (Mrs Villiers). I trust that when she returns to her duties after that speedy recovery, she will use her ministerial car rather more often and her...


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