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04 July 2007

Child poverty - Save the Children report
seen at 17:29, 4 July in The Policy Hub (Our copy).
19 June - Child poverty - Save the Children report
Benefits and costs of Head Start
seen at 17:28, 4 July in The Policy Hub (Our copy).
29 June - Benefits and costs of Head Start
Free personal care in Scotland - JRF report
seen at 17:28, 4 July in The Policy Hub (Our copy).
3 July - Free personal care in Scotland - JRF report
Dementia services - NAO report
seen at 17:28, 4 July in The Policy Hub (Our copy).
4 July - Dementia services - NAO report
Adjudicator publishes decision on a request to vary the admissions arrangements of richard challoner school, kingston upon thames
seen at 17:23, 4 July in Office of The Schools Adjudicator News - national (Our copy).
The Office of the Schools Adjudicator has published a decision on a request by the governing body of Richard Challoner School to vary its admission arrangements for September 2008. The adjudicator, June Brown, approved...
Shell's jonathan simcock to join office of government commerce
seen at 17:22, 4 July in Office of Government Commerce News - national (Our copy).
The Office of Government Commerce (OGC) has recruited top Shell Executive, Jonathan Simcock, to join its Board as Executive Director of the organisation's Capital Group. Simcock, currently overseeing the largest...
'...look again at the 1955 Ruth Ellis case in light of new evidence that the Old Bailey in 1955 never got to hear.Evidence that shows Ruth Ellis was innocent of the crime for which she was hanged.' -- Monica Weller
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
A body of evidence has been uncovered that the jury at the 1955 trial never...
'...rethink decision on sending the phillipinnos back to their country' -- Alicia Dyer
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
these people have been residents here for several years and have worked hard...
'...Ensure that all cases processed by the Border and Immigration Agency be dealt with within 3 months' -- Terry Smith
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The Border and Immigration Agency often takes several years to decide on...
'...introduce a bill to parliament that requires cyclists to possess liability insurance when travelling on the public highway.' -- Sean Duffy
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
If a motorist drives a vehicle on the public highway, the law states that...
'...Make drivers of Mobility scooters take a 12 monthly test' -- Keith Lanham
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
People with mobility scooters should have to take a test, they use them as...
'...tighten the laws regarding opening hours of Tesco Express garages and the likes in residential areas' -- Dean Yates
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Many people are suffering from noise pollution and litter from late retail...
'...Employ more ethnic minority MPs including women.' -- Jessica Gough
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
We believe that there aren't enough ethnic minority Mps especially women as...
'...Abolish Local Council Income Tax & Fund services through National Income Tax' -- S. Bhatti
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Abolish Local Authority Income Tax and fund local services through National...
'...Understand the lack of funding under the mental health care 117 after care support.' -- Ernest Johnson
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
It has come to our attention that people who are taken off section 37 - 41...
'...loosen draconian licensing laws regarding noise pollution from music festivals and outside music events.' -- Daniel Higgott
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Many festivals are ruined or closed due to licensing conditions that...
'...charge people who make minor complaints at least £75.' -- Oliver Lines
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The government / council should charge people who make unsubstantiated /...
'...Introduce new benefits for pensioners to encourage them to shop on weekdays' -- Guy Coleman
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Introduce new benefits for pensioners to encourage them to shop on weekdays...
'...issue tougher sentences for crimals to deter them from re-offending' -- sheila henson
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
I have been a victim of Blairs crime ridden Britain, with a disabled badge...
'...finance an independent NHS completely outside the Tax system via an obligatory citizens bond incepted at age 20, or completion of full time higher education, and redeemed upon death.' -- Steven Warwick
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
It is clear that the UK electorate demand the continuance of the NHS as a...
'...Ban all smoking around children' -- Mark Jones-Roberts
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
to ban smoking anywhere around children, either in the home or anywhere else...
'...save North Weald Airfield from closure' -- Jeremy Godwin
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
North Weald Airfield has, for many years, been the subject of speculation...
'...Introduce mortgage tax relief for first time buyers' -- Harry L. Barker
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
In view of the difficulty that first time buyers have in entering the...
'...appoint a Minister for Older People' -- Colin Ormesher
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Much attention is given to the needs of children of all ages, and this is...
'...Allow the legelization of cannibis,but under certain restrictions' -- Joseph Wilson
seen at 16:52, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
I believe the government should legalize cannibis under controlled...
Ministry of justice - ministerial responsibilities
seen at 16:51, 4 July in Ministry of Justice News - national (Our copy).
Following his appointment as Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor, Rt Hon Jack Straw MP today gave details of ministers' responsibilities:
Parliament Square Protests
seen at 15:49, 4 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked that when the Prime Minister had talks with the Mayor of London, would he raise with the Mayor who as owner/landlord of the grass that the tents were on outside Parliament was the only person with the authority...
Terror Threat
seen at 15:49, 4 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked about the terms "Islamic","Islamist", "Muslim" and terrorism and what was the policy about using those words in relation to terrorist incidents, the PMS replied that there was not a...
Constitution
seen at 15:49, 4 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked for an explanation as to how Parliament would dissolve and how a general election would be called, and also, how would Parliament recall itself if it was not recalled by the Prime Minister, the PMS explained...
Alan Johnston
seen at 15:49, 4 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked who the Prime Minister believed was responsible for the release of Alan Johnston, and also, what role did he believe Hamas played in the release, the PMS replied that as the Prime Minister had said in his ...
PMQs
seen at 15:49, 4 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if the Prime Minister would continue on with the tradition of condolences at the start of PMQs, the Prime Minister's Spokesman (PMS) told the lobby that although the Prime Minister had done so yesterday, as...
PM welcomes release of BBC journalist
seen at 15:48, 4 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Gordon Brown has welcomed the release of BBC journalist Alan Johnston.
British security to be strengthened
seen at 15:48, 4 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
The Prime Minister has announced a number of steps that will be taken to bolster security across Britain.
No timetable for Iraq withdrawal - PM
seen at 15:48, 4 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
The Prime Minister has said it would be "wrong" to set a timetable for withdrawing troops from Iraq.
Morning Press Briefing from 4 July 2007
seen at 15:48, 4 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Briefing from the Prime Minister's Spokesman on: PMQs, Alan Johnston, Constitution, Terror Threat and Parliament Square Protests
Shaping health care for the next decade
seen at 15:45, 4 July in Department of Health News - national (Our copy).
Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Health Secretary Alan Johnson today announced a review of the NHS that would advise on how to meet the challenges of delivering health care over the next decade.
50m funding for cleaner hospitals
seen at 15:45, 4 July in Department of Health News - national (Our copy).
Directors of nursing to get funds for improvements as infection improvement teams double in size
Ofwat welcomes business customers' views on competition
seen at 15:29, 4 July in Water Services Regulation Authority News - national (Our copy).
Joint research commissioned by Ofwat and the Consumer Council for Water will be used by Ofwat in its ongoing review of competition.
Competition regime not working, says consumer watchdog
seen at 15:19, 4 July in OFWAT News - national (Our copy).
A survey by the Consumer Council for Water and Ofwat detailing business customers' views of competition in the water industry has revealed that the water competition regime is not providing businesses with a workable...
'...All Childrens Entertainers' -- anthony angus
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
In view of tonights programme on the bbc britains most wanted Paedophiles it...
'...introduce legislation to prohibit private health insurers from excluding pre-existing conditions' -- John Blackley
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Private health insurers can and do decline to cover pre-existing conditions...
'...ex service personnel who draw the armed services pension, from having to pay tax on' -- David Bruce
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
the pension being drawn, If the service person, is to carry on working and...
'...stop the nanny state, whatever happened to this once proud free country. lift the smoking ban' -- lee hardwick
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
'...stop the nanny state, whatever happened to this once proud free country. lift the smoking ban' -- lee hardwick
'...ban the practice of towing away cars that are parked safely and that do not cause an obstruction to other road users or pedestrians.' -- Peter Salisbury
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Overstay your time on the parking meter? Ticket blown off of the windscreen...
'...create a career pathway for currently qualified audiologists' -- Rosie Hayes
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
There is no career ladder accessible for the current workforce of associate...
'...recognise and award Arsene Wengers unique achievments with a knighthood.' -- Azra Kazi
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Arsene Wenger has led Arsenal Football Club,to many achievements. They have...
'...Extend to British workers a level of protection from redundancy, which equals that given to German and other European workers.' -- Paul Downes
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The Treaty on European Union, known as the Maastricht Treaty, was signed at...
'...To allow car cruise meets at car parks and industrial areas' -- stacey
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
many car enthusiasts get moved along by the police forces for meeting up in...
'...Introduce Psychology and Sociology as part of the national curriculum in schools' -- Azra Kazi
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
i studied both subjects at a level, and they opened my eyes up to things i...
'...resign and reinstate the Rt. Hon. Tony Blair as Prime Minister' -- Dominic Haney
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The new Prime Minister should resign and let the former Prime Minister...
'...Stop Building New Houses and Bulid More Prisons' -- Luke Beckett
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
I am writing to complain about the number of houses being bulit in and...
'...Introduce basic qualifications for entry to our country. They should iclude, a job and the ability to speak english' -- steve nicholls
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
We spend millions on the translation of documents so that imigrants are able...
'...make everyone pay £1 a year to charity' -- jon matthews
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
it isn't a lot to pay but there are over 60 million people in the uk so that...
'...create awareness of adhesions' -- Kimberley Rollason
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
adhesions cause pain and a life of misery,it is actually very comman after...
'...Review the provision of out of hours health care in Norfolk' -- Andy Walters
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
This e-petition is in response to the news of closure of the walk in center...
'...Stop the reduction in the amount of money received by charities as a result of gift aid.' -- Una O'Sullivan
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
From April 2008 - when the new tax regime comes in - charitable bodies will...
'...andrew clarke' -- andrew clarke
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Medical education and training has been destroyed by the previous...
'...Re-Instate the Naval Reseve money stopped by the Government.' -- James M Bryson
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Men who signed on for 7 years with the Fleet and 5 years on the Reserve in...
'...Create an equivalent to the NHS for animals only' -- ChrisTopher Eaton
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
It would be a great idea if there was a free health sevice similar to the...
'...make illegal the use of inhumane farming.' -- David JM Emmett
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The conditions are disgraceful in which more than nine-hundred-million...
'...leave our school open hamsteels primary school' -- elizabeth lambert
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
to help us save our school and help keep the school in the communitie...
'...Vehemently prosecute acts of treason' -- ian
seen at 14:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
It is time to stop side stepping the laws by not actively and vigorously...
30m boost for children's helplines
seen at 14:52, 4 July in Department for Children, Schools and Families News - national (Our copy).
The Government's commitment to children's safety is being backed with a grant of £30 million to the NSPCC to make sure every child has someone to call on for help and advice, the newly formed Department...
Denham announces new ministerial team at the department for innovation, universities and skills
seen at 14:52, 4 July in Department of Innovation, Universities and Skills News - national (Our copy).
Secretary of State John Denham today announced the responsibilities of his Ministerial team at the new Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills.
Big increase in disabled students allowances - rammell
seen at 14:52, 4 July in Department of Innovation, Universities and Skills News - national (Our copy).
From 2008/09 the maximum amounts of Disabled Students' Allowances (DSAs) for non-medical helpers and for postgraduates will be increased by 60%, Minister for Lifelong Learning Further and Higher Education Bill Rammell...
Prime Minister's Questions
seen at 12:46, 4 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Security and terrorism were on the agenda at today's PMQs. Read the transcript or watch the broadcast again.
Statement by licensing minister gerry sutcliffe on the live music forum report
seen at 12:45, 4 July in Bank of England News - national (Our copy).
Responding to the Live Music Forum's findings and recommendations, Licensing Minister Gerry Sutcliffe said:
National Guidance on Self-Directed Support
seen at 12:35, 4 July in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
The new national guidance on self-directed support is issued under Section 5(1) of the Social Work (Scotland)Act 1968 and replaces earlier guidance on direct payments issued on 20 June 2003.
Helping You Meet the Costs of Learning: Funding for Disabled Students
seen at 12:35, 4 July in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
This guide gives an overview of the funding available from August 2007 for disabled learners and is a useful guide for practitioners giving advice to others.
'...Honour author James Herbert with an OBE' -- Andrew Woolstencroft
seen at 11:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
James Herbert is not just Britain's No. 1 bestselling writer of chiller...
'...Support relaxing MOT testing to every 2 years' -- AD
seen at 11:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Why assume people will immediatly put their own & others safety at risk if...
'...Seek independant legal advise that the new anti-smoking laws do not contravene the DDA' -- Peter Brown
seen at 11:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Given that nicotine addiction is controlled by receptors in the brain rather...
'...Give all Strep B carriers Treatment in Labour and after Birth' -- Sharon Long
seen at 11:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
I am a strep B Carrier and would usually have been given antibiotics in...
'...disallow MPs to remain as MPs if they change from one party to another.' -- Robert Ashwood
seen at 11:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Quentin Davies was elected as an MP for the Conservative party. He has now...
'...Have Renewable Power in the UK' -- Abbie
seen at 11:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
I am doing this petition to try and stomp out global warming as much as...
'...Support EU propositions, which would make holocaust denial across the EU illegal' -- Robert Prager
seen at 11:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The majority of people in the world support the fact that the holocaust...
'...Outlaw the use of the phrase "Unlimited downloads" when there are caps' -- Keith Webley
seen at 11:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Most ISPs now advertise "Unlimited downloads" then hide restrictions in the...
'...Investigate Ofsteds policies on the definition of ADHD as an EBD' -- Margaret Alsop
seen at 11:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Children and young people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (...
'...ban the alteration of vehicles known as customising' -- Dean Yates
seen at 11:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
More and more people are altering their cars (customising)by lowering the...
Changes at body that selects judges
seen at 11:52, 4 July in Ministry of Justice News - national (Our copy).
Lady Justice (Heather) Hallett, one of three senior judicial commissioners, has become vice-chairman of the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC).
Nicholas Pumfrey appointed as Lord Justice of Appeal
seen at 11:49, 4 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
The Queen has been pleased to approve that The Honourable Mr Justice Nicholas Pumfrey be appointed a Lord Justice of Appeal upon the retirement of Lord Justice Auld on 30 September 2007.
Appointment of Lord Justice Toulson to the Judicial Appointments Commission
seen at 11:49, 4 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
The Queen has been pleased to approve the appointment of The Right Honourable Lord Justice Toulson as a Commissioner of the Judicial Appointments Commission from 1st October 2007.
Colin Rimer appointed as a Lord Justice of Appeal
seen at 11:49, 4 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
The Queen has been pleased to approve that The Honourable Mr Justice Colin Rimer be appointed a Lord Justice of Appeal upon the retirement of Lord Justice Chadwick on 4 November 2007.
National Portrait Gallery
seen at 11:49, 4 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
The Prime Minister has re-appointed Amelia Fawcett CBE and Professor Robert Boucher to the Board of the National Portrait Gallery for a period of 4 years from 20 June 2007.
Statement by llcensing minister gerry sutcliffe on the live music forum report
seen at 11:48, 4 July in Bank of England News - national (Our copy).
Responding to the Live Music Forum's findings and recommendations, Licensing Minister Gerry Sutcliffe said:
Uk official holdings of international reserves:june
seen at 11:39, 4 July in Treasury News - national (Our copy).
Part I: UK Government Foreign Currency Assets and Liabilities - June 2007
Transport & Works (Scotland) Act 2007 - Secondary Legislation consultation
seen at 11:38, 4 July in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
Transport & Works (Scotland) Act - Secondary Legislation consultation
'...Give More Resources To The Scottish Youth Parliament and Members of the Scottish Youth Parliament, £100 per month would be appropriate for the work many MSYPs do for the young people they serve in their constituencies.' -- Alan C. K. Lee, MC MSY
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
WHO R WE? Launched in Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, 1999, we are a group...
'...ensure an individual can only become Prime Minister by a general election of the people.' -- Allan Roberts
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Precedent is often cited in support of not holding a general election when a...
'...Demand that local councils ensure local streams, rivers and other waterways are kept clear and free-flowing.' -- Stephen Dixon
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The recent horrendous weather the UK has experienced has resulted in the...
'...Ask the European Parliment why we now pay more for live premiership football than last year when they promised us reduced subscriptions due to increased competition and insist they do something about it' -- Mark Weir
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
'...Ask the European Parliment why we now pay more for live premiership football than last year when they promised us reduced subscriptions due to increased competition and insist they do something about it' -- ...
'...Remove the Borough of Bexley from the London Assembly and restore the powers and position it held prior to the London Assembly' -- Denis Daniels
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The people of Bexley are being badly served by the London Mayor and the...
'...Create legistlation that will make the PCI: DSS a legal requirement' -- Mark Johnson
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The Payment Card Industry was formed in 2005 to define minimum security...
'...Increase the capped discount for right to buy tenants in council housing' -- Dawn Cuthbert
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Everybody knows that the price of housing has risen way above inflation over...
'...Have the elected goverment election pledges legally binding' -- Chris Delaney
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Political parties should be legally bound to complete their election pledges...
'...introduce legislation to ban all development on flood plains' -- Pam
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Why should tax payers and insurance companies continually foot the bill for...
'...Ban Alcohol Advertising before 9pm' -- Kevin Wellings
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
To ban the advertisement of Alcohol on TV and radio before 9pm
'...Mobile Industry to open their data networks to the DEAF' -- David Hewett
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Mobile Phone Tariffs for Deaf Users should be a basic right but not one...
'...Honour Tony Blair for his ten years as Prime Minister especially in his contribution in the third world, Helping the poor of Africa, London's 2012 Olympic bid, Appearance on a fundraising show with Catherine Tate for Comic Relief plus so many more' --
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
'...Honour Tony Blair for his ten years as Prime Minister especially in his contribution in the third world, Helping the poor of Africa, London's 2012 Olympic bid, Appearance on a fundraising show with Catherine...
'...help nursery workers and people in the teaching industry financially, when it comes to buying property in East Sussex (help with 15% of the cost)' -- Carly Wheatland
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Help the teachers and NURSERY ASSISTANTS (particularly)who don't get paid...
'...Stop the use of BCE in place of BC' -- John van Zyl
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
In an effort to rewrite history and pretend that Jesus did not exist (...
'...End the Houses of Parliaments right to exempt itself from the laws IT creates' -- James Lee
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The Freedom of Information Act... The Smoking in Public Places Ban... Pay...
'...Intervene in council decisions for 2 weekly refuse collections' -- Ingrid Butters
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The 2 weekly collection of refuse is a health hazard especially in the...
'...Unite all UK Organic Food Certification bodies under one Set of Standards' -- Elizabeth Graham
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
There are more than 5 bodies in the UK alone that can certify food as '...
'...ban abortion except in cases of rape, minors and genuine medical risk to the mother' -- Elizabeth Graham
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Abortion is available too readily, and carried out in the majority of cases...
'...Ban the Speed Camera.' -- LEE HOWARD
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Research carried out by Phillips UK Road Atlas has found that North Wales...
'...Make sure all people are c r b checked when they work at sites where children will be visiting' -- sarah simpson
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
To make sure all companies crb check all people who work at the site paid or...
'...Stop plans for congestion charging for motorcyclists £5.00' -- Daniel Butterick
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The government now plan to introduce a congestion charge for bikes... this...
'...Allow March 8th as Bank Hoiday for Women.' -- Alistair Higgins
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
March 8th is the official date for International Womens Day. It is in...
'...force MP's to stand for re-election if they defect from a party to another' -- Julian Cook
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
While it is understandable that MP's over time change there loyalties, it is...
'...limit the number of houses a private individual can own and rent to the public through taxation.' -- Alec John Snidle
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Bringing in an additional taxation on the income generated by a single...
'...Change the currently laws which exclude home educated children from free access to G.C.S.E's.' -- Kerry Turner
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
We feel that the government is failing home educated children by not...
'...Amend the recent smoking ban' -- Mitch Smethurst
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
On July the first the smoking ban comes into place for ALL public places. i...
'...Ensure that Insurance companies recycle "written off" items' -- Ashley Abell
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
In the light of recent events in Yorkshire and the Midlands, I believe the...
'...Make Greater Manchester A Postal County' -- Nicolas Redfern
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Greater Manchester, despite being a county, is not recognized as such by the...
'...Assist the Aden Veterans Association in their fight to get the General Service Medal with clasp Arabian Peninsula for those who served in the armed forces in Aden during the ealy sixties which is now one of the forgoten wars' -- Fred Allewell
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
'...Assist the Aden Veterans Association in their fight to get the General Service Medal with clasp Arabian Peninsula for those who served in the armed forces in Aden during the ealy sixties which is now one of ...
'...Change the name of the Bank of England to the Bank of the United Kingdom' -- John McCloy
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
As the B of E is the bank of the UK government it should be called the Bank...
'...halt the increasing amounts of immigrants into this country and the benefits that they get, and to put the british people and services first.' -- Darrell horsfall
seen at 10:54, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
by closing the doors on more and more immigrants entering the country, all...
Constitutional Reform
seen at 10:52, 4 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
The Prime Minister's Spokesman began by highlighting to Lobby the key points in the document: On limiting powers of the executive, the important points were the measures relating to deploying troops abroad and requesting...
Afternoon press briefing from 3 July 2007
seen at 10:52, 4 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Briefing from the Prime Minister's Spokesman on: Constitutional Reform
PM welcomes release of BBC journalist
seen at 10:52, 4 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
The Prime Minister has welcomed the release of BBC journalist Alan Johnston.
Prime Minister's Questions
seen at 10:52, 4 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Gordon Brown will answer questions from MPs today in his weekly PMQs session. You can follow the session live here from 12:00 BST.
General secretary of royal college of nursing praises military nurses in iraq
seen at 10:44, 4 July in Ministry of Defence News - national (Our copy).
Doctor Peter Carter the General Secretary of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) praised the quality of nursing care given to injured service personnel during his visit to Iraq last week.
Index of Manufactured Exports 2007 Q1
seen at 10:41, 4 July in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
Index of Manufactured Exports 2007 Q1
Government: Departmental Changes (Baroness Ashton of Upholland, Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Ministry of Justice)
seen at 10:41, 4 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).

My honourable friend the Prime Minister has made the following Statement.

I am today outlining machinery of the government changes affecting a number of existing departments of state. Full details will ...

Northern Ireland: Probation Board (Lord Rooker, Minister of State (Sustainable Farming and Food), Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs)
seen at 10:41, 4 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).

The Minister of State for Northern Ireland (Paul Goggins) has made the following Ministerial Statement.

I have today published the Probation Board for Northern Ireland Business Plan for 2007-08. The plan...

Appointments (Alistair Darling, Secretary of State, Department of Trade and Industry)
seen at 10:41, 4 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).

The Prime Minister has today announced a series of constitutional reforms set out in the Green Paper "The Governance of Britain".

These include reforms to modernise the role of the executive and increase...

Double Taxation Agreements (Jane Kennedy, Minister of State (Quality and Patient Safety), Department of Health)
seen at 10:41, 4 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).

A new double taxation agreement with the Faroes was signed on 20 June 2007 and a new protocol to the double taxation agreement with Switzerland was signed on 26 June 2007. The texts of the double taxation agreement...

UK Inward Investment Results - 2006-07 (John Hutton, Secretary of State, Department for Work and Pensions)
seen at 10:41, 4 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).

With my right hon. Friend, the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, I am delighted to inform the House that the UK continues to be a world class business destination.

UK Trade and Investment...

Depleted Uranium Exposure (Derek Twigg, Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Veterans), Ministry of Defence)
seen at 10:41, 4 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).

In 2003 King's College London was commissioned by the Ministry of Defence , as part of its major health and wellbeing survey of Operation TELIC personnel, to investigate the distribution and determinants of exposure...

Probation Board Business Plan 2007-08 (Paul Goggins, Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Northern Ireland Office)
seen at 10:41, 4 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).

I have today published the Probation Board for Northern Ireland business plan for 2007-08. The plan sets out the board's key objectives and performance targets for the coming year.

Copies have been placed...

LEWANDOWSKI v. POLAND - 29437/02 [2007] ECHR 547 (3 July 2007)
seen at 09:59, 4 July in BAILII - Recent Decisions (All cases) (Our copy).
LEWANDOWSKI v. POLAND - 29437/02 [2007] ECHR 547 (3 July 2007)
WILUSZ v. POLAND - 1363/02 [2007] ECHR 549 (3 July 2007)
seen at 09:59, 4 July in BAILII - Recent Decisions (All cases) (Our copy).
WILUSZ v. POLAND - 1363/02 [2007] ECHR 549 (3 July 2007)
FLUX (NO. 2) v. MOLDOVA - 31001/03 [2007] ECHR 552 (3 July 2007)
seen at 09:59, 4 July in BAILII - Recent Decisions (All cases) (Our copy).
FLUX (NO. 2) v. MOLDOVA - 31001/03 [2007] ECHR 552 (3 July 2007)
KREMPA-CZUCHRYTA v. POLAND - 11184/03 [2007] ECHR 551 (3 July 2007)
seen at 09:59, 4 July in BAILII - Recent Decisions (All cases) (Our copy).
KREMPA-CZUCHRYTA v. POLAND - 11184/03 [2007] ECHR 551 (3 July 2007)
RAFINSKA v. POLAND - 13146/02 [2007] ECHR 550 (3 July 2007)
seen at 09:59, 4 July in BAILII - Recent Decisions (All cases) (Our copy).
RAFINSKA v. POLAND - 13146/02 [2007] ECHR 550 (3 July 2007)
Allen v Colman Coyle Llp [2007] EWHC 90075 (Costs) (29 June 2007)
seen at 09:56, 4 July in BAILII - Recent Decisions (All cases) (Our copy).
On 7 and 8 June 2007 I carried out a detailed assessment of 13 bills that had been rendered by the Defendants to the Claimant between August 2003 and September 2005. As a result of decisions made by me the bills...
Foord v American Airlines Inc [2007] EWHC 90076 (Costs) (29 June 2007)
seen at 09:56, 4 July in BAILII - Recent Decisions (All cases) (Our copy).
This judgment is in respect of a preliminary issue raised by the Defendant in the Detailed Assessment proceedings and relates to the enforceability of a conditional fee agreement ("CFA") entered into between the...
Zambia v Meer Care & Desai (a firm) & Ors (No. 2) [2007] EWHC 1540 (Ch) (29 June 2007)
seen at 09:55, 4 July in BAILII - Recent Decisions (All cases) (Our copy).
The rulings in this judgment arise out of various consequential matters identified in the judgment I handed down on 4th May 2007.
General Medical Council, R (on the application of) v Davies [2007] EWHC 1522 (Admin) (18 May 2007)
seen at 09:55, 4 July in BAILII - Recent Decisions (All cases) (Our copy).
MR JUSTICE WALKER: In this matter orders initially were made involving conditions against the registration of the defendant. However in the light of new information, in April 2007 the claimant made an order of...
Tratt, R (on the application of) v Hutchison 3G UK Ltd. [2007] EWHC 1485 (Admin) (25 May 2007)
seen at 09:55, 4 July in BAILII - Recent Decisions (All cases) (Our copy).
MR JUSTICE COLLINS: This is a claim for judicial review of the grant on 23rd January 2006 of planning permission to Hutchison 3G UK Ltd to enable it to erect a 25-metre high telecommunications mast and equipment...
Shuttari v The Law Society [2007] EWHC 1484 (Admin) (08 June 2007)
seen at 09:55, 4 July in BAILII - Recent Decisions (All cases) (Our copy).
MR JUSTICE MITTING: The appellant, Fawzia Amtul-Habib Shuttari, appeals under section 49 of the Solicitors Act 1974 against an order of the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal of 8th December 2005 striking her off...
Niazi & Ors, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department & Anor [2007] EWHC 1495 (Admin) (26 June 2007)
seen at 09:54, 4 July in BAILII - Recent Decisions (All cases) (Our copy).
On 19 April 2006, the Secretary of State announced the withdrawal for the future of an ex gratia scheme under which compensation was paid to some people who had suffered miscarriage of justice. This discretionary...
Singh, R (on the application of) v Stratford Magistrates Court [2007] EWHC 1582 (Admin) (03 July 2007)
seen at 09:54, 4 July in BAILII - Recent Decisions (All cases) (Our copy).
This application for judicial review concerns the meaning and ambit of section 37(3) Mental Health Act 1983 when an accused in the Magistrates' Court contends that he was insane at the time of the events charged...
Legrys, R v Malcolm [2007] EWCA Crim 1605 (03 July 2007)
seen at 09:54, 4 July in BAILII - Recent Decisions (All cases) (Our copy).
The Attorney General seeks the leave of the Court, under s36 of the Criminal Justice Act 1988, to refer a sentence said to be unduly lenient. We granted that leave at the conclusion of the oral hearing. We announced...
Graves v Graves & Ors [2007] EWCA Civ 660 (03 July 2007)
seen at 09:54, 4 July in BAILII - Recent Decisions (All cases) (Our copy).
The dispute in this case began as a result of the termination of a tenancy granted by Mr Graves to his former wife, Mrs Graves, of a house in Fleet, Hampshire. For reasons I shall explain, Mr Graves began proceedings...
'...authorise the development of the Silver Jubilee Bridge that links Runcorn and Widnes so that it is possible to drive over the top of the compression arch.' -- Ian Nightingale
seen at 09:53, 4 July in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
By developing an extra set of lanes that run the over the compression arch...
The live music forum delivers its verdict
seen at 03:48, 4 July in Bank of England News - national (Our copy).
"Small scale live music events impacted on by new licensing laws" - Sharkey
Wolverhampton youth offending team - publication of inspection report
seen at 02:51, 4 July in Ministry of Justice News - national (Our copy).
The latest report from the third phase of inspections of Youth Offending Teams (YOT) in England and Wales was published today. A multi-agency inspection team carried out Wolverhampton Youth Offending Team inspection...
Immigration escort inspection reports published
seen at 02:51, 4 July in Ministry of Justice News - national (Our copy).
Today, the Prisons Inspectorate publishes the first separate reports of the experiences of immigration detainees under escort, while being taken to Dungavel House in Scotland and Colnbrook Immigration Removal Centre...