Canlyniadau 6081–6100 o 6126 ar gyfer speaker:Maria Miller

Written Answers — Health: Infection Control Report ( 8 Tach 2005)

Maria Miller: To ask the Secretary of State for Health if she will monitor levels of co-operation by NHS trusts with the director of infection control in enabling publication of her annual report by the deadline announced.

Orders of the Day — Council Tax (New Valuation Lists for England) Bill ( 7 Tach 2005)

Maria Miller: It might be useful to remind the hon. Gentleman about the business rate revaluation, which was also supposed to be revenue neutral but was not. Perhaps he could make a few comments on that.

Orders of the Day — Council Tax (New Valuation Lists for England) Bill ( 7 Tach 2005)

Maria Miller: I welcome this opportunity to speak about council tax, because the issue is causing immense concern in my constituency. I speak for many Basingstoke families and pensioners who face staggering increases in council tax as a result of the actions of this Government. Those families and pensioners would face almost untenable costs if the Government implemented their intention to revalue, so I...

Orders of the Day — Council Tax (New Valuation Lists for England) Bill ( 7 Tach 2005)

Maria Miller: My hon. Friend makes an excellent point. In areas such as my constituency in north Hampshire, where we have seen house prices increase by 13 per cent. more than the regional average, we will be waiting for tax hikes of around £300 per household, taking the average council bill to well over £1,500, which many of my constituents cannot afford.

Orders of the Day — Council Tax (New Valuation Lists for England) Bill ( 7 Tach 2005)

Maria Miller: My hon. Friend makes an excellent point. With council tax increases of over 70 per cent., it is not surprising that people are uncomfortable with the current situation. If more evidence were needed—not that I think it is—that revenue neutral arguments can be less than honest, perhaps we should consider the business rate revaluation. The Government said that that was aimed not at changing...

Primary Care and Ambulance Trusts ( 2 Tach 2005)

Maria Miller: The hon. Gentleman mentioned disruption. By focusing on restructuring, the Government are failing to grasp several other problems facing PCTs, particularly in the south-east of England. My constituency is covered by the North Hampshire primary care trust. Under the local health care funding formula we receive only 80 per cent. of the national share. That puts several of our health care...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Pensions ( 1 Tach 2005)

Maria Miller: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what assessment he has made of the impact the changes in pension rules relating to the purchase of commercial property will have on businesses.

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Council Tax Benefit (27 Hyd 2005)

Maria Miller: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many pensioners are (a) eligible for council tax benefit and (b) in receipt of council tax benefit in (i) Basingstoke, (ii) Hampshire and (iii) England.

Written Answers — Health: Contaminated Surgical Instruments (26 Hyd 2005)

Maria Miller: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many hospital acquired infections were caused by contaminated surgical instruments in the last period for which figures are available.

Housing (Hampshire) (25 Hyd 2005)

Maria Miller: I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Fareham (Mr. Hoban) on securing this most timely debate on housing development in Hampshire. The Minister might know that I initiated a similar debate three months ago, and much remains unanswered on this issue. I shall focus on the sustainability of development, which should be at the core of the Government's strategy on housing, and which should...

Written Answers — Health: IVF Treatment (Hampshire) (25 Hyd 2005)

Maria Miller: To ask the Secretary of State for Health if she will take steps to ensure IVF treatment is available in North Hampshire in line with National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence guidelines.

Written Answers — Health: Decontamination Supercentre Procurement Processes (24 Hyd 2005)

Maria Miller: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) when further waves of the NHS decontamination supercentre procurement processes are expected to be announced; (2) how many procurement competitions for the provision of decontamination supercentres (a) have been announced, (b) have been completed and (c) remain to be announced; (3) what progress is being made with the national surgical...

Council Tax Revaluation (19 Hyd 2005)

Maria Miller: Is not the simple truth that council tax rebanding is just another stealth tax? In my constituency, there will be a double whammy. House price increases are up to 13 per cent. higher than the regional average over the past year and all those houses will face rebanding, with bills soaring by more than £300 a household. At the same time, Hampshire county council is warning of an...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: London Olympics Bill: Schedule 3 - London Olympics Association Right (18 Hyd 2005)

Maria Miller: For clarification, is the Minister implying that any organisation can apply for an exemption? Will that not cause an extraordinary amount of paperwork for the relevant organisation? Rather than do that, why not include in the legislation an exemption for non-commercial voluntary bodies, which, as the Minister said, need to be behind the Bill for it to succeed? Why not make the list inclusive...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: London Olympics Bill: Schedule 3 - London Olympics Association Right (18 Hyd 2005)

Maria Miller: I beg to ask leave to withdraw the amendment.

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: London Olympics Bill: Schedule 3 - London Olympics Association Right (18 Hyd 2005)

Maria Miller: Will the Minister, for the sake of complete clarity, comment on the two phrases that I used. If I understand him correctly, “Visit London with us in 2012” and “Keep active and play outdoor games this summer” would not contravene the Bill, because they are not directly associating themselves with the Olympics. Am I correct?

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: London Olympics Bill: Schedule 3 - London Olympics Association Right (18 Hyd 2005)

Maria Miller: I beg to move amendment No. 105, in schedule 3, page 38, line 10, at end insert— ‘7AThe London Olympics association right is not infringed by the use of any representation relating to sponsorship of any past, present of future— (a)Olympic competitor or team, (b)venue for the London Olympics, or (c)sports governing body.’.

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: London Olympics Bill: Schedule 3 - London Olympics Association Right (18 Hyd 2005)

Maria Miller: It is our contention that the existing definition of the London Olympics association right is so broad that a reference to any sports team or athlete might be regarded as an infringement of that association right. The Bill would, in effect, prohibit current and future athletes from having individual merchandising deals in 2012 with anyone other than an Olympic sponsor. The appearance of that...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: London Olympics Bill: Schedule 3 - London Olympics Association Right (18 Hyd 2005)

Maria Miller: Amendment No. 104 would limit the Secretary of State’s wide-ranging right to “add, remove or vary” the words and it means that she would be able to do so only if required by the obligations of the host city contract or to comply with a mandatory   request from the IOC. Even with those restrictions, the Secretary of State’s power to vary the list of words would create some...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: London Olympics Bill: Schedule 3 - London Olympics Association Right (18 Hyd 2005)

Maria Miller: My amendments to paragraphs 1 to 6 of schedule 3 would change the approach to ambush marketing restrictions, which are, as I said this morning, unnecessary and restrictive, and which run the risk of not striking the correct balance between the need to protect the value of sponsorship and ensuring that the country as a whole approves the economic and social benefits to offset the £1.1 billion...


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