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Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (28 Meh 2022)

William Angus: That is a good question. I have worked for a large multinational company. I was interested to hear both Johnathan and Nigel talk passionately about public good—that is what I do. When I was at the PBI this was part of your culture and it became part of my culture when I was at Limagrain. I love the entrepreneurial spirit that we have in the UK. We started off this, which may...

Digital Economy Bill - Committee (4th Day) (Continued) ( 8 Chw 2017)

Lord Moynihan: ...do my best, captain. I will do my best. In paying tribute to her, because she was absolutely instrumental in the work that we undertook during the passage of that Bill, I must also pay tribute to Nigel Adams, Member of Parliament in another place, who has taken this to his heart and has done so much good work. The whole issue of bots goes right to the heart of the disappointment of...

Senedd yr Alban: Inshore Fisheries (29 Ebr 2014)

Nigel Don: ...’ attention the Maggie Law maritime museum in Gourdon. Should members ever be in our part of the world, it would be a good place to visit. The museum celebrates in a place the size of a small garage an original inshore lifeboat with oars, which I understand rescued more than 100 folk in that fishing community over the years. The boat was paid for by the local community penny by penny,...

Solar PV Panels (Planning) (29 Ion 2014)

Brooks Newmark: ...impact assessment, which for some reason is not a condition for siting solar panels in rural areas, although it would be a requirement if one of the cottages in the same area wanted to build a garage. I do not understand why 8-foot high solar panels on between 40 acres to 300 acres should not be subjected to an environmental impact assessment, especially in cases such as the one I have...

Senedd yr Alban: Hydro Power (18 Meh 2013)

Nigel Don: ...I suspect that batteries—this is what the industry is telling us—will be significant in the longer term. When our cars are all powered by batteries, they will be recharged when they are in the garage or on the forecourt. In addition, they will be recharged when the electricity is available and not just overnight. That will build a huge capacity as well as a bit of capacitance....

[Mr. Eric Martlew in the Chair] — Motoring ( 9 Maw 2010)

Nigel Evans: ...for the deep hole that the Chancellor has helped to dig in the past 13 years. So we are at the petrol station, as it were, and I see that there will be an Adjournment debate shortly in the House on garages and their valuations, which will determine what rates garage owners have to pay. I hope that the Minister will look carefully at that issue too, because a lot of independent petrol...

WEEE Directive (10 Gor 2007)

Nigel Evans: ...a friend. He phoned me up and said, "Do you want the good news or the bad news?" I said, "Give us the good news." He said, "There's nothing wrong with the exhaust." I contacted the people at the garage that he had taken it to, and fortunately they took the vehicle back; I hope that they stripped it of everything possible. Best practice needs to be adopted and spread throughout the country....

Rural Post Offices (11 Ion 2006)

Nigel Evans: ...and the convenience of its being there when people want to use it. The Government can be imaginative in the sense of putting post offices into pubs, which already happens, and perhaps into some garages, village halls and other places. Perhaps they could even be put into people's living rooms in certain villages, but we should not let everything go and just have a mobile unit. I do not...

Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Bill (10 Ion 2005)

Joan Ruddock: ...as local businesses that fail to produce waste transfer notices and arrangements. Using existing legislation, Lewisham council has secured 10 convictions over the past year, with more pending. But Nigel Tyrell, head of environment at Lewisham council, points out that for a large waste producer it could be cheaper to pay the proposed fixed penalty fine of £300 than to have a contract with...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: Small Motor Repairs Businesses (26 Chw 2004)

Nigel Griffiths: ...areas of concern and action. Those have been welcomed by the small business groups that have been involved in advising us. We must ensure that insurance is available to all car owners and to the garages that carry out the repairs. I do not think that the problem is as acute as the hon. Gentleman suggests, but I am willing to consider any evidence that he cares to submit to me.

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Oral Answers to Questions — Social Development: Housing Executive:  Commercial Sales ( 5 Meh 2002)

Nigel Dodds: I compliment the Member for the concise wording of his question. Most commercial properties owned by the Housing Executive are shops or garages that it has built or inherited. Some are derelict buildings acquired under the special purchase of evacuated dwellings (SPED) scheme. The current policy is to sell only if it makes good economic sense to do so, and providing that there would be no...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Enterprise Bill: Clause 245 - Duration of bankruptcy (14 Mai 2002)

Nigel Waterson: ...very bullish property market. I shall not delay the Committee, but I could cite statistics about people who do not simply borrow their deposits, but re-mortgage their properties, not to build a garage or something like that, but to improve their personal finances and pay off some of their consumer debts. That is a worrying trend. Against the background of sharply increasing consumer debt...

Orders of the Day — Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Bill [Lords] ( 8 Ion 2002)

Barry Gardiner: ...campaigned for the Bill and all of them would want me to pay tribute today to the years of their lives that Stella Evans, Charlotte Martin, Neil Mulcock, Joan South, Shula Rich, Owen Humphries, Nigel Wilkins, Joyce Glasser, Terence Michael, John Patterson and Muriel Guest-Smith have devoted to trying to achieve justice for leaseholders through legislative change. Not all those individuals...

Farming (North-West) (21 Tach 2001)

Nigel Evans: ...is obviously important to tourism—one of the fastest, if not the fastest, growing industries in the world. The outbreak has had enormous repercussions in Ribble Valley on industries such as rural garages. There are still some garages in villages, and they have been hit, as have post offices. Many post offices run tearooms, which rely on passing trade for business, and at least one simply...

Poverty (Wales) ( 5 Chw 2001)

Nigel Evans: ...of that fact. Since then, however, very little has happened to change the situation. We have all heard about the wonderful new low sulphur petrol, but I have yet to see it being sold in any of the garages that I visit—[Interruption.] I am not saying that it will not be available, but currently many garages do not sell it.

Welsh Economy (29 Tach 2000)

Nigel Evans: ...were laying off people, so we know that it had an enormous impact. The Chancellor of the Exchequer says that he is listening, but, unfortunately, he has done very little. I do not know of any garages in Wales that sell low-sulphur fuel. The Chancellor has merely frozen the tax on fuel at the high level it was at when the protest started. The euro and Europe have been mentioned, and...

Orders of the Day — Education (Schools) Bill: Power of Local Authority to Continue to Assist Pupils (10 Meh 1997)

Tom Brake: ...in the past. I thank the electors of Carshalton and Wallington for electing me and for putting their trust in me, as other hon. Members have thanked their electors. Let me mention my predecessor, Nigel Forman, who represented the constituency for 21 years. He was a good constituency Member and took an interest in education. Indeed, he was a Minister responsible for higher education for...

Orders of the Day — Treasure Bill ( 8 Maw 1996)

Nigel Evans: ...constituency, as in many others, and some of the villages there are well known to archaeologists. In Ribchester, for example, if one wants to do anything to one's house, such as adding a porch or a garage, one has to notify the planning department, which notifies archaeologists at the neighbouring university, who have to decide whether they want to do a dig before any building takes place....

Crime in Ribble Valley (25 Mai 1995)

Nigel Evans: ...order to liaise with neighbourhood watch. It is a perfect example of a firm in the community supporting that community with something more than just words—a financial commitment. One of my local garages, Syd Brown, is also supporting the specials by providing a car. I applaud both those organisations and other commercial organisations that are backing the specials and neighbourhood watch...

Prayers: Competitiveness (17 Meh 1994)

Nigel Waterson: ...or head offices. But that is not to say that there are no success stories, including some in my constituency. One of our biggest companies in Eastbourne, the Nobo Group plc, which began life in a garage when two entrepreneurs found that there was a need for notice boards in industry, is now a very successful and substantial company. One of its subsidiaries, Elite Optics Ltd., has...


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