Canlyniadau 101–120 o 826 ar gyfer speaker:Duncan Hames

Superfast Broadband (Urban Areas) ( 9 Med 2014)

Duncan Hames: I am trying not to approach this debate with the green eyes of a Wiltshire MP. I think that the hon. Gentleman is right to say that our international competitiveness is a critical consideration. Does he have any insight, through his research, into other approaches that have been taken with more success to achieve really substantive, robust internet connectivity for other urban centres and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions ( 9 Med 2014)

Duncan Hames: In his recent written statement on the Office of the Public Guardian, the Minister of State, my right hon. Friend the Member for Bermondsey and Old Southwark (Simon Hughes), alludes to a future segmented supervision model for deputies. Will he act to reduce the number of people forced to pay through their estate for expensive solicitors to act as deputies, and find them better value...

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Solar Arrays (Impact on Landscape) ( 8 Med 2014)

Duncan Hames: Wiltshire council recently permitted a well sited solar project—it was behind an industrial estate, next to a sewage works on the outskirts of Trowbridge—yet Broughton Gifford, a small village, has had a number of applications for several different arrays in its vicinity, despite the presence of National Trust buildings and English Heritage listed buildings. Is the Minister confident that...

Oral Answers to Questions — International Development: Humanitarian Situation (Northern Iraq) ( 3 Med 2014)

Duncan Hames: I warmly welcome the Secretary of State’s visit to Iraq. What DFID, official and diplomatic presence do we have in the country to ensure that we are well informed about the developing situation there after her return?

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Child Sex Abuse (Rotherham) ( 2 Med 2014)

Duncan Hames: Professor Jay’s report described the collective failures of political and officer leadership as blatant. The youth workers and front-line social workers who raised the alarm will be disgusted by the fact that their bosses who ignored them—some of them paid more than Ministers—escaped disciplinary action. How can we ensure that the reliance of council cabinet members on senior council...

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Topical Questions ( 2 Med 2014)

Duncan Hames: The Treasury’s infrastructure fund is paying for increased transport capacity in enterprise zones, through roads and rail services, unlocking large new housing developments. Is the Chief Secretary prepared to use the fund also to pay for the internet and communications infrastructure that those homes and businesses will desperately need?

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Independent Living Fund ( 1 Med 2014)

Duncan Hames: As the Government are fully funding local authorities for this obligation, can there be any possible justification for councils removing support from current recipients of the independent living fund?

Oral Answers to Questions — Church Commissioners: Child Abuse (17 Gor 2014)

Duncan Hames: The Home Secretary has told us that if the inquiry panel seeks formal inquiry powers, she will be able to grant that request, which is welcome. Former inquiries into child abuse have resulted in some frustration as a result of tight and inflexible remits; this has even been expressed by those conducting the inquiries. If the inquiry panel wishes to amend its remit during the course of its...

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Topical Questions (17 Gor 2014)

Duncan Hames: I welcome the Department’s commitment to safeguarding our bee population. Now that the pollinator strategy consultation has closed, when will the Government respond and address public concerns about the effect of pesticide use?

Bills Presented: Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill (15 Gor 2014)

Duncan Hames: Does my hon. Friend agree that, contrary to remarks from those on the Opposition Front Bench, it is not only the passage of time and the advance of technology that has discredited RIPA?

Bills Presented: Miscellaneous (15 Gor 2014)

Duncan Hames: I recognise the seriousness of the activities covered by the Bill and I understand why the Home Secretary considers it intolerable for us to not address this matter when the House returns from the summer recess in September. However, in considering the timetable motion, we have to consider the other options available to the Government. I hope the Minister will be able to address why he has...

Bills Presented: Miscellaneous (15 Gor 2014)

Duncan Hames: I recognise the urgency in starting consideration of this Bill, but was the Minister denied a deferment of the summer recess, which would have afforded us more time?

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Topical Questions (15 Gor 2014)

Duncan Hames: Is it ever acceptable, as reported to me in my constituency surgery last week, for a GP to tell their patient, “There is nothing I can do, so I don’t want to hear any more about your mental health”?

Written Answers — Defence: Armed Forces: Complaints (14 Gor 2014)

Duncan Hames: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what steps he is taking to improve the service complaints system.

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Topical Questions (10 Gor 2014)

Duncan Hames: The consultation on the Great Western franchise, which has recently closed, covers a period that includes electrification and the first phase of the east-west rail project. What scope does the Minister see for introducing in the latter phase of that franchise additional services between Bristol and Oxford and beyond?

Oral Answers to Questions — Deputy Prime Minister: Topical Questions ( 8 Gor 2014)

Duncan Hames: I welcome the emphasis on advanced manufacturing in Swindon and Wiltshire’s local growth deal, which was announced yesterday. That manufacturing extends well beyond Swindon, as I was able to show the Chief Secretary to the Treasury earlier this year. Does the Deputy Prime Minister recognise that we need to make investments to ensure that our local industry remains competitive if employers...

Written Answers — Justice: Prisoners: Older People ( 8 Gor 2014)

Duncan Hames: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many prisoners aged 75 and over there were in each type of prison in (a) 2010 and (b) the latest period for which figures are available.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Child Abuse ( 7 Gor 2014)

Duncan Hames: I warmly welcome the Home Secretary’s statement. Whatever disagreements we may have, she has always been outspoken in confronting complacency and corruption wherever she finds it. When former public servants give evidence to the inquiry panel, will they be released from any obligations they may have under gagging clauses in severance agreements or, where necessary, the Official Secrets Act?

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Organised Sexual Abuse of Children ( 7 Gor 2014)

Duncan Hames: What steps she has taken to co-ordinate lessons learnt across Government from investigations into organised sexual abuse of children.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Organised Sexual Abuse of Children ( 7 Gor 2014)

Duncan Hames: I appreciate the Minister’s efforts in this regard. When the Prime Minister said in answer to my question last month that he was happy to look at the case for an independent inquiry, I was optimistic. We may not have long to wait now. The Government set great store by the police investigations. Does the Minister share my dismay at reports that the Metropolitan police has assigned only seven...


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