Questions to the Secretary of State for Transport

Questions to the Secretary of State for Transport

The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (Baroness Royall of Blaisdon): My Lords, we are about to embark on our first session of Oral Questions to the Secretary of State for Transport. There are three Questions to be covered in the 15 minutes available, so each Question and supplementaries will have five minutes. To allow as many noble Lords as possible to participate, I encourage noble Lords to keep their […]

Written Answers 11 to 15 January 2010

Written Answers 11 to 15 January 2010

Monday 11 January 2010 Driving Dr. Ladyman: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs what mechanisms are in place to ensure that staff who drive (a) a vehicle for which (i) his Department and (ii) one of its Executive agencies is responsible have valid driving licences and (b) their own vehicles in the course of their official duties for (A) his Department and (B) one […]

Salt Reserves

Salt Reserves

Thursday 7 January 2010 Sadiq Khan, Minister of State at the Department for Transport, responded to an urgent question from Caroline Spelman MP about the country’s salt reserves and possible implications for local authorities’ ability to maintain the road network. Mrs. Caroline Spelman (Meriden) (Con) (Urgent Question): To ask the Secretary of State for Transport if he will make a statement on the country’s salt reserves and any implications this […]

Written Answers 4 to 8 January 2010

Written Answers 4 to 8 January 2010

Tuesday 5 January 2010 Dangerous Driving Greg Mulholland: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many people have been convicted of causing death by dangerous driving in (a) West Yorkshire, (b) Leeds and (c) Leeds North West constituency in each of the last five years. [307766] Claire Ward: Information on the number of persons found guilty at all courts in the West Yorkshire police force area for causing […]

Dangerous Driving

Dangerous Driving

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice (Claire Ward): The Government have been working throughout this Parliament to improve safety on Britain’s roads. In recent years we have enacted a number of measures designed to deal more effectively with those whose driving puts others at serious risk. We have: introduced the new offences of causing death by careless driving and causing death while driving unlicensed or uninsured, which have maximum […]