Canlyniadau 41–60 o 826 ar gyfer speaker:Duncan Hames

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Private Rented Sector ( 2 Chw 2015)

Duncan Hames: I was delighted that the Minister supported the private Member’s Bill introduced by my hon. Friend the Member for Brent Central (Sarah Teather) on preventing retaliatory evictions. Given that the Bill can no longer proceed, will he support the amendments tabled in the House of Lords by my colleague Baroness Bakewell and others to introduce these measures into the Deregulation Bill?

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Topical Questions ( 2 Chw 2015)

Duncan Hames: One fire authority responding to queries from firefighters about how it was going to honour the Minister’s commitment wrote to them and said: “We are advised that the addendum to the National Framework…continues to provide discretion over the award of an unreduced pension…We are further advised that such discretion cannot be fettered, and that to provide the ‘guarantee’ you are...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Fracking (29 Ion 2015)

Duncan Hames: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, if she will publish without redaction the Shale Gas: Rural Economy Impacts report, published by her Department with redactions in March 2014.

Infrastructure Bill [Lords]: New Clause 15 — Advice on likely impact of onshore petroleum on the carbon budget (26 Ion 2015)

Duncan Hames: Three times now the Minister has referred to moving to lower carbon emissions in the UK, but what good is that if it results in displaced coal being available for use in other parts of the developed world? Whether the emissions come from coal being burnt in Germany or in the UK, they still contribute to climate change.

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Mental Health (Employment Opportunities) (26 Ion 2015)

Duncan Hames: Just at the time that many young people leave full-time education, those battling mental health problems are also having to navigate their transition from adolescent to adult mental health services. Is it not essential that those services are there to support them at the very time we are looking to them to embark on their working lives?

Oral Answers to Questions — House of Commons Commission: Child Abuse Inquiry (22 Ion 2015)

Duncan Hames: We have seen in the criminal justice system that delays to investigations matter, not least because of the age, declining health and, ultimately, mortality of the accused, resulting in survivors being robbed of the opportunity to have their evidence heard in court. How does the Home Secretary propose to ensure that the circumstances surrounding such cases do not similarly fall out of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Potholes (22 Ion 2015)

Duncan Hames: The extra £86 million allocated to fix and improve Wiltshire’s roads over the next six years is very welcome. What steps is the Secretary of State taking to ensure that this is indeed additional money spent on our roads and that councils do not use it to top up their reserves, or displace money that otherwise would have been spent on roads to meet other spending pressures?

Homeless Young People — [John Robertson in the Chair] (21 Ion 2015)

Duncan Hames: I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for St Austell and Newquay (Stephen Gilbert) on securing this debate on a policy area in which he has developed extensive expertise, both while in Parliament and previously. I have great admiration for that. I am not a housing policy expert, unlike other hon. Members who have spoken. I am a generalist, but like others I have the ability to do...

Homeless Young People — [John Robertson in the Chair] (21 Ion 2015)

Duncan Hames: I congratulate my hon. Friend on securing this exceptionally important debate. Does he agree that there is a risk that the figures he cites underplay the extent of the problem? I have a constituent who for immigration purposes has no recourse to public funds. Her baby daughter—the daughter of a British man who through violence is no longer part of that household—desperately needs adequate...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Topical Questions (20 Ion 2015)

Duncan Hames: Allied warplanes cross the skies above Syria while Assad’s helicopters drop barrel bombs on the civilian population, unimpeded by any flight restrictions. How can this apparent indifference possibly help to discourage Syrians from turning to the ISIL militia?

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Topical Questions (13 Ion 2015)

Duncan Hames: The three GP surgeries in Chippenham were turned down by the Prime Minister’s challenge fund, despite developing imaginative plans to bring together all the town’s acute GP care at a new urgent care centre at Chippenham community hospital. They received no feedback, even from NHS England. Will the Secretary of State be more flexible when receiving further proposals from the doctors, who...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Topical Questions (12 Ion 2015)

Duncan Hames: Allied warplanes cross the skies above Syria while Assad’s helicopters drop barrel bombs on the civilian population. How can this apparent indifference help us to prevent the civilian population of Syria from turning to the ISIL militia?

Oral Answers to Questions — Deputy Prime Minister: Local Growth Deals ( 6 Ion 2015)

Duncan Hames: I welcomed the Deputy Prime Minister to Wiltshire last month for the formal signing of the Wiltshire and Swindon local growth deal. Funding in that deal for the redevelopment of Chippenham railway station could also be of great benefit to Corsham if it enabled the reopening of a platform for local train services. Does the Minister recognise that the benefit would be much wider than to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Special Demonstration Squad ( 5 Ion 2015)

Duncan Hames: What assessment she has made of the implications for her policies of the findings of the investigation by Chief Constable Mick Creedon into the activities of the special demonstration squad.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Special Demonstration Squad ( 5 Ion 2015)

Duncan Hames: I thank the Home Secretary for her attention to this matter. It has taken the Met nearly two years to reply to my freedom of information request about their theft of dead children’s identities for undercover policing. From only three out of 18 year groups had a child’s identity not been taken for the purpose of legend building. The so-called legends are broadly as likely to have been...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Devolution (Implications for England) (16 Rha 2014)

Duncan Hames: Any change in the statutory functions of English local government that involved an associated reduction in the local government grant would, of course, have Barnett consequentials, How does the Leader of the House intend to reconcile the understandable view that those would be English-only laws with the continued operation of the Barnett formula?

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Firefighters Pension Scheme (15 Rha 2014)

Duncan Hames: I have read the ministerial statement that has been placed in the Library this afternoon. It sets out the requirement for local authorities to consider an authority-initiated retirement. Can my hon. Friend confirm that it is her intention that under these circumstances firefighters will be guaranteed an authority-initiated retirement?

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Infrastructure Bill [Lords] ( 8 Rha 2014)

Duncan Hames: Will the Minister give way?

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Infrastructure Bill [Lords] ( 8 Rha 2014)

Duncan Hames: I thank the Minister for giving way; time is indeed short. In listening to all those concerns, will he ensure that the Bill Committee hears evidence from the Government’s Committee on Climate Change on the impact of the Bill?

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Infrastructure Bill [Lords] ( 8 Rha 2014)

Duncan Hames: Will the Minister give way?


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