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Monday 15th April 2024
Lord Heseltine (Non-affiliated - Life peer)

Oral questions - Main Chamber
Subject: The conduct of the police in their treatment of former mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson
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Speeches
Lord Heseltine speeches from: Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill
Lord Heseltine contributed 2 speeches (777 words)
2nd reading: Part 1
Monday 6th February 2023 - Lords Chamber
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Lord Heseltine speeches from: Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill
Lord Heseltine contributed 1 speech (1,450 words)
2nd reading
Tuesday 17th January 2023 - Lords Chamber
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities


Written Answers
Criminal Investigation
Asked by: Lord Heseltine (Non-affiliated - Life peer)
Tuesday 24th January 2023

Question to the Home Office:

To ask His Majesty's Government how many current criminal investigations by the police and HMRC began (1) more than four, and (2) more than two years ago; and of these cases how many are waiting for a charging decision by the Crown Prosecution Service.

Answered by Lord Sharpe of Epsom - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Home Office)

The Home Office collects and publishes information on the outcomes of crimes recorded by the police in England and Wales, including those yet to be assigned an outcome and still under investigation, on a quarterly basis. These data do not show which cases still under investigation are awaiting a CPS decision.

These can be accessed here: https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/police-recorded-crime-open-data-tables.

The Home Office is working with partners across the Criminal Justice System to increase the number of cases being charged and prosecuted, and reduce the time taken to reach this point.

As of 10 January 2023, HMRC’s data shows that a total of 178 individuals across 47 criminal investigation cases opened more than two (but less than four) years ago are awaiting a charging decision from a Prosecutor (CPS in England & Wales, Crown Office Procurator Fiscal in Scotland or Public Prosecution Service Northern Ireland). HMRC’s data shows that a total of 261 individuals across 51 criminal investigation cases opened over four years ago are awaiting a charging decision from a Prosecutor. HMRC figures reflect only cases that have been referred to a prosecutor and are not the sum total of all criminal investigations that were opened within the requested timescales.




Lord Heseltine mentioned

Parliamentary Debates
Housing: Young People
35 speeches (18,671 words)
Thursday 14th March 2024 - Lords Chamber
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
Mentions:
1: Lord Young of Cookham (Con - Life peer) as Housing Minister, in four Parliaments, under seven Secretaries of State—counting the noble Lord, Lord - Link to Speech

News Broadcasting: Regulation
21 speeches (8,046 words)
Thursday 14th March 2024 - Lords Chamber
Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport
Mentions:
1: Lord Vaizey of Didcot (Con - Life peer) I was lucky enough to have the noble Lord, Lord Heseltine, on that section, but I did not feel that at - Link to Speech

Local Regeneration: Industrial Areas
31 speeches (15,319 words)
Thursday 7th March 2024 - Lords Chamber
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
Mentions:
1: Baroness Taylor of Stevenage (Lab - Life peer) Helped by the noble Lord, Lord Heseltine, our community, our local enterprise partnership and an amazing - Link to Speech

Alternative Investment Fund Designation Bill [HL]
29 speeches (11,462 words)
2nd reading
Friday 1st March 2024 - Lords Chamber
HM Treasury
Mentions:
1: Baroness McIntosh of Pickering (Con - Life peer) That led to the then Trade Secretary—the noble Lord, Lord Heseltine—calling time on that highly-damaging - Link to Speech

Industrial Strategy
44 speeches (14,018 words)
Thursday 1st February 2024 - Lords Chamber
Cabinet Office
Mentions:
1: Baroness Donaghy (Lab - Life peer) Lord Henley, referred to contributions by“the grandfather of industrial strategies”,the noble Lord, Lord - Link to Speech

Teesworks Joint Venture
35 speeches (6,183 words)
Tuesday 30th January 2024 - Lords Chamber
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
Mentions:
1: Baroness Penn (Con - Life peer) Most importantly, as my noble friend Lord Heseltine said in his 2016 report on the Tees Valley, the site - Link to Speech

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill
130 speeches (22,788 words)
Report stage
Monday 18th September 2023 - Lords Chamber
Leader of the House
Mentions:
1: Lord Mawson (CB - Life peer) I thank in particular the noble Lord, Lord Heseltine, who was planning to speak in this debate but the - Link to Speech

Illegal Migration Bill
113 speeches (17,424 words)
Consideration of Lords messageConsideration of Lords Message
Monday 17th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Home Office
Mentions:
1: Edward Leigh (CON - Gainsborough) Friend has looked at today’s remarks by Lord Heseltine.Lord Clarke and Lord Heseltine seem to have come - Link to Speech

Finance (No. 2) Bill (Fourth sitting)
120 speeches (21,539 words)
Committee stage: 4th sitting
Thursday 18th May 2023 - Public Bill Committees
HM Treasury
Mentions:
1: Victoria Atkins (CON - Louth and Horncastle) Going back a long way—a little before my time, perhaps—Lord Heseltine played his part in helping both - Link to Speech

Oral Answers to Questions
141 speeches (9,252 words)
Tuesday 9th May 2023 - Commons Chamber
HM Treasury
Mentions:
1: Patrick Grady (SNP - Glasgow North) Is Lord Heseltine not right when he says that Brexit has been“a classic mistake, a terrible”horrible - Link to Speech

Water Quality: Sewage Discharge
210 speeches (32,806 words)
Tuesday 25th April 2023 - Commons Chamber
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Mentions:
1: Paula Barker (LAB - Liverpool, Wavertree) Those plans were backed by Lord Heseltine, who helped first establish the Mersey basin campaign partnership - Link to Speech

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation
188 speeches (44,932 words)
Tuesday 21st March 2023 - Commons Chamber
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
Mentions:
1: Michael Gove (CON - Surrey Heath) I am referring, of course, to the former Member for Henley, Lord Heseltine of Thenford, who is 90 today - Link to Speech
2: Michael Gove (CON - Surrey Heath) Heseltine of Thenford. - Link to Speech
3: Edward Miliband (LAB - Doncaster North) Heseltine, which I agree with. - Link to Speech

Financial Statement and Budget Report
13 speeches (8,522 words)
Wednesday 15th March 2023 - Commons Chamber
HM Treasury
Mentions:
1: Jeremy Hunt (CON - South West Surrey) I pay tribute to Lord Heseltine for making them happen, because they transformed the lives of thousands - Link to Speech

Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill
107 speeches (27,563 words)
2nd reading: Part 1
Monday 6th February 2023 - Lords Chamber
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Mentions:
1: Lord Young of Cookham (CON - Life peer) My Lords, it is a pleasure to follow my noble friend Lord Heseltine. - Link to Speech
2: Baroness Young of Old Scone (LAB - Life peer) The noble Lord, Lord Heseltine, talked about safeguarding British self-interest—although I disassociate - Link to Speech

Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill
59 speeches (17,766 words)
2nd reading: Part 2
Monday 6th February 2023 - Lords Chamber
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Mentions:
1: Lord Clement-Jones (LDEM - Life peer) areas—a blank sheet of paper, per my noble friend Lord Beith; a giant question mark, per the noble Lord, Lord - Link to Speech
2: Baroness McIntosh of Pickering (CON - Life peer) I play tribute to my noble friend Lord Heseltine, who single-handedly eradicated gold-plating from the - Link to Speech
3: Lord Hacking (LAB - Excepted Hereditary) I even thought that, under the generalship of the noble Lord, Lord Heseltine, there might be a cohort - Link to Speech
4: Baroness Ludford (LDEM - Life peer) hope that she did not learn the wrong things from Ken Livingstone.The contribution of the noble Lord, Lord - Link to Speech

EU: Trade in Goods (European Affairs Committee Report)
43 speeches (25,439 words)
Thursday 2nd February 2023 - Lords Chamber
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
Mentions:
1: Viscount Waverley (CB - Excepted Hereditary) The last endeavour in that regard was the 2012 review by the noble Lord, Lord Heseltine, entitled No - Link to Speech

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill
138 speeches (57,339 words)
2nd reading
Tuesday 17th January 2023 - Lords Chamber
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
Mentions:
1: Lord Horam (CON - Life peer) My Lords, I am delighted, as we all are, that my noble friend Lord Heseltine decided to speak in this - Link to Speech
2: Lord Crisp (CB - Life peer) I suspect that the noble Lord, Lord Heseltine, has told us what we need to do to enable levelling up, - Link to Speech
3: Lord Haselhurst (CON - Life peer) I remember reading the Redcliffe-Maud report to which my noble friend Lord Heseltine referred. - Link to Speech
4: Baroness Hayman of Ullock (LAB - Life peer) On this issue, we really benefited from the long experience of the noble Lord, Lord Heseltine. - Link to Speech

Somerset (Structural Changes) Order 2022
15 speeches (3,738 words)
Wednesday 9th March 2022 - Grand Committee
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
Mentions:
1: Lord King of Bridgwater (CON - Life peer) My noble friend Lord Heseltine and I worked together in that field looking at the activities of local - Link to Speech
2: Lord Greenhalgh (CON - Life peer) every time, such as the fact that my noble friend was a Local Government Minister under the noble Lord, Lord - Link to Speech

Ukraine
110 speeches (43,643 words)
Friday 25th February 2022 - Lords Chamber
Ministry of Defence
Mentions:
1: Baroness Ludford (LDEM - Life peer) This crisis is a perfect example of our reduced influence since we left the EU, as the noble Lord, Lord - Link to Speech

House of Lords: Governance
75 speeches (26,171 words)
Wednesday 8th December 2021 - Grand Committee
Leader of the House
Mentions:
1: Lord Cormack (CON - Life peer) extraordinary business of the noble Baroness, Lady Boothroyd, the former Deputy Prime Minister my noble friend Lord - Link to Speech

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
234 speeches (59,931 words)
Committee stage
Wednesday 24th November 2021 - Lords Chamber
Home Office
Mentions:
1: None As a result of that demonstration, the noble Lord, Lord Heseltine, as he is now—Michael Heseltine MP, - Link to Speech

Government: Leadership Training
33 speeches (18,638 words)
Thursday 16th September 2021 - Lords Chamber
Cabinet Office
Mentions:
1: Lord Maude of Horsham (CON - Life peer) We organised a number of sessions; we wheeled out some of the old warhorses, such as my noble friend Lord - Link to Speech

Conduct
20 speeches (2,473 words)
Tuesday 6th July 2021 - Lords Chamber

Mentions:
1: Lord Cormack (CON - Life peer) recently, not least the very unhappy outcome when the noble Baroness, Lady Boothroyd, and the noble Lord, Lord - Link to Speech



Select Committee Documents
Tuesday 12th December 2023
Written Evidence - Private Eye
PIZ0016 - The performance of investment zones and freeports in England

The performance of investment zones and freeports in England - Business and Trade Committee

Found: The plan was to regenerate what in his 2016 report on the area Lord Heseltine called a “scene of

Friday 26th May 2023
Report - Sixth Report - Funding for Levelling Up

Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Committee

Found: far more complex, as Lord Heseltine’s report, No Stone Unturned in pursuit of Growth, sets out.70 Lord

Tuesday 7th February 2023
Oral Evidence - Office for National Statistics, London School of Economics (LSE), Resolution Foundation, and Climate Change Committee

Business and Trade Committee

Found: There was a brilliant speech for everyone to read by Lord Heseltine yesterday in the House of Lords

Tuesday 31st January 2023
Oral Evidence - Institute for Government, Institute for Government, and London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Planning for the future of the Government’s estates - Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee

Found: Q74 John McDonnell: When the new regional hubs were announced, Lord Heseltine, who is always a “glass

Thursday 26th January 2023
Written Evidence - UCL, The Bartlett School of Planning
FGE0010 - Planning for the future of the Government’s estates

Planning for the future of the Government’s estates - Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee

Found: with the GLC to attempt to reverse this, which was achieved after the creation of the LDDC by Lord

Monday 31st October 2022
Report - Third Report - Governing England

The Evolution of Devolution: English Devolution - Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee

Found: Professor Denham agreed with Lord Heseltine that self-interest is an important factor, but highlighted

Thursday 21st April 2022
Oral Evidence - Claire Enders (Founder at Enders Analysis), and Antony Walker (Deputy Chief Executive Officer at techUK)
Enders Analysis, and techUK

BBC future funding - Communications and Digital Committee

Found: This is something that was put forward in 1995 by Lord Heseltine, as he now is.

Monday 7th March 2022
Oral Evidence - The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities
The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities

Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee

Found: Q117 Chair: Is it simply the whim of George Osborne or Lord Heseltine as to whether an area has these

Wednesday 17th November 2021
Written Evidence - Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place, and Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place
FGU0055 - Future Governance of the UK

Future Governance of the UK - Constitution Committee

Found: We support Lord Heseltine™s proposal in his 2019 Empowering English Cities report that the Boundary Commission

Friday 1st October 2021
Inquiry Publications - Fourth Report - Progress on devolution in England

Progress on devolution in England - Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Committee

Found: Combined Authority) 99 Cabinet Of˜ce, List of Ministerial Responsibilities , March 2021, p 19 100 Lord

Thursday 22nd July 2021
Inquiry Publications - Third Report - Post-pandemic economic growth: Levelling up

Post-pandemic economic growth: Levelling up - local and regional structures and the delivery of economic growth - Business and Trade Committee

Found: Former Conservative Industry Secretary, Lord Heseltine, suggested that the Government is: throwing money

Wednesday 26th May 2021
Written Evidence - Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
LS0004 - Liberty Steel and the Future of the UK Steel Industry

Liberty Steel and the Future of the UK Steel Industry - Business and Trade Committee

Found: Following an independent report from Lord Heseltine, the then Government worked closely with local leaders

Monday 15th March 2021
Oral Evidence - Salmon and Trout Conservation, Surfers against Sewage, and The Rivers Trust
Salmon and Trout Conservation, Surfers against Sewage, and The Rivers Trust

Water Quality in Rivers - Environmental Audit Committee

Found: That followed Lord Heseltine™s report, fiNo stone unturned: in pursuit of growthfl, arguably no river unpolluted

Monday 15th March 2021
Oral Evidence - Lancaster University, Cardiff University, and Oxford University
Lancaster University, Cardiff University, and Oxford University

Water Quality in Rivers - Environmental Audit Committee

Found: That followed Lord Heseltine™s report, fiNo stone unturned: in pursuit of growthfl, arguably no river unpolluted

Tuesday 2nd February 2021
Oral Evidence - Cllr Sir Richard Leese (Chair of the Local Government Association’s City Regions Board and Leader of Manchester City Council), Cllr David Williams (County Councils Network Chairman and Leader of Hertfordshire County Council), Cllr Julian German (Britain’s Leading Edge and Leader of Cornwall Council), The Rt Hon the Lord Heseltine CH, and Professor John Denham (Director, Centre for English Identity and Politics, University of Southampton)
Cllr Sir Richard Leese, Cllr David Williams, Cllr Julian German, The Rt Hon the Lord Heseltine CH, and Professor John Denham

The Evolution of Devolution: English Devolution - Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee

Found: Cllr Sir Richard Leese, Cllr David Williams, Cllr Julian German, The Rt Hon the Lord Heseltine CH, and

Thursday 28th January 2021
Oral Evidence - 25 January 2021

Progress on devolution in England - Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Committee

Found: Lord Heseltine has proposed a Department for English regions.

Friday 18th December 2020
Written Evidence - Dr Mike Lauder, and Prof Nigel Lightfoot
CLL0051 - Coronavirus: lessons learnt

Coronavirus: lessons learnt - Science, Innovation and Technology Committee

Found: to 2005, when the Inquiries Act was going through the Houses of Parliament and note the comments of Lord

Monday 14th December 2020
Inquiry Publications - 3rd Report - Employment and COVID-19: time for a new deal

Employment and COVID-19 - Economic Affairs Committee

Found: Lord Heseltine CH QQ 53Œ57 *Professor Sandra Mc Nally, Professor of Economics, University of Surrey

Tuesday 1st December 2020
Written Evidence - Core Cities UK
EDE0030 - The Evolution of Devolution: English Devolution

The Evolution of Devolution: English Devolution - Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee

Found: reform.3.9Core Cities would, as an example, support the implementation of the 20 recommendations of Lord

Tuesday 1st December 2020
Written Evidence - Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice & Place
EDE0029 - The Evolution of Devolution: English Devolution

The Evolution of Devolution: English Devolution - Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee

Found: We support Lord Heseltine™s proposal in his 2019 Empowering English Cities report that the Boundary Commission

Tuesday 1st December 2020
Written Evidence - DevoConnect
EDE0009 - The Evolution of Devolution: English Devolution

The Evolution of Devolution: English Devolution - Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee

Found: Lord Heseltine, for example, suggested ‚yesterday™ to emphasise the urgency of the task.

Tuesday 1st December 2020
Written Evidence - De Montfort University, Leicester
EDE0014 - The Evolution of Devolution: English Devolution

The Evolution of Devolution: English Devolution - Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee

Found: economic imperative has driven the search for the ideal type of unitary councils, as exemplified in Lord

Friday 23rd October 2020
Oral Evidence - Professor Michael Kenny (Professor of Politics, University of Cambridge & Director of Bennett Institute for Public Policy), Dr Arianna Giovannini (Associate Professor in Local Politics & Public Policy, De Montfort University), Professor Sarah Ayres (Professor of Public Policy and Governance, University of Bristol), and Professor Richard Wyn Jones (Director of Wales Governance and Dean of Public Affairs, Cardiff University)
Professor Michael Kenny, Dr Arianna Giovannini, Professor Sarah Ayres, and Professor Richard Wyn Jones

The Evolution of Devolution: English Devolution - Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee

Found: Lord Heseltine is an interesting example.

Thursday 8th October 2020
Written Evidence - Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place
PEG0120 - Post-pandemic economic growth

Post-pandemic economic growth - Business and Trade Committee

Found: The recommendations contained in Lord Heseltine™s report Empowering English Cities offer a comprehensive

Monday 5th October 2020
Oral Evidence - Professor Sandra McNally (Professor of Economics at University of Surrey), University of Birmingham, and Learning and Work Institute
University of Surrey, University of Birmingham, and Learning and Work Institute

Employment and COVID-19 - Economic Affairs Committee

Found: Heseltine talked about earlier, and they are starting to think about how they match the skills funding

Monday 5th October 2020
Oral Evidence - Lord Heseltine
Lord Heseltine

Employment and COVID-19 - Economic Affairs Committee

Found: Lord Heseltine Lord Heseltine Oral Evidence

Thursday 30th July 2020
Oral Evidence - 28 July 2020

High Speed Rail (West Midlands-Crewe) Bill Select Committtee Programme - High Speed Rail (West Midlands - Crewe) Bill Select Committee (Lords)

Found: aspiration, by putting something into the Bill. 127.Just to bring out the significance of this whole area, Lord

Thursday 11th June 2020
Oral Evidence - Torsten Bell (Chief Executive at Resolution Foundation), Paul Johnson (Director at Institute for Fiscal Studies), Dr Gemma Tetlow (Chief Economist at Institute for Government), and Giles Wilkes (Senior Fellow at Institute for Government)
Resolution Foundation, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Institute for Government, and Institute for Government

Economic impact of coronavirus - Treasury Committee

Found: options on the state reconstruction banks, the advocates, including people from the right ŠI have heard Lord

Friday 15th May 2020
Written Evidence - DevoConnect
POD0006 - Progress on devolution in England

Progress on devolution in England - Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Committee

Found: Lord Heseltine, for example, suggested ‚yesterday™ to emphasise the urgency of the task.



Written Answers
Iron and Steel: Redcar
Asked by: Lord Scriven (Liberal Democrat - Life peer)
Thursday 25th May 2023

Question to the Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities:

To ask His Majesty's Government whether they will provide an update on plans for the former Redcar Steelworks site, and (1) what recent assessment they have made of the terms of the original business case used to agree public funding, and (2) whether they have agreed any changes or amendments to that business case.

Answered by Baroness Scott of Bybrook - Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities)

Further to the PNQ last week, the SSI steelworks in Redcar closed in September 2015, with the loss of more than 3100 jobs. The Government appointed Lord Heseltine to review how the economic fortunes of the area could be turned around, including through the redevelopment of the former SSI site. The Government accepted Lord Heseltine's recommendation in his report Tees Valley: Opportunity Unlimited that it should establish the first mayoral development corporation outside London, the South Tees Development Corporation (STDC).

In 2020, the Tees Valley Combined Authority (TVCA) submitted a full business case to Government. The business case was developed and then approved in line with Green Book principles. The funding is governed by a memorandum of understanding between Government and TVCA, including quarterly monitoring reports on spend, risks and delivery.

Iron and Steel: Redcar
Asked by: Lord Scriven (Liberal Democrat - Life peer)
Thursday 25th May 2023

Question to the Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities:

To ask His Majesty's Government which department took the decision to partner with South Tees Development Corporation for development of the former Redcar Steelworks site and, in making that decision, which procedures set out in 'The Green Book: Central Government Guidance on Appraisal and Evaluation' were not followed; and why.

Answered by Baroness Scott of Bybrook - Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities)

Further to the PNQ last week, the SSI steelworks in Redcar closed in September 2015, with the loss of more than 3100 jobs. The Government appointed Lord Heseltine to review how the economic fortunes of the area could be turned around, including through the redevelopment of the former SSI site. The Government accepted Lord Heseltine's recommendation in his report Tees Valley: Opportunity Unlimited that it should establish the first mayoral development corporation outside London, the South Tees Development Corporation (STDC).

In 2020, the Tees Valley Combined Authority (TVCA) submitted a full business case to Government. The business case was developed and then approved in line with Green Book principles. The funding is governed by a memorandum of understanding between Government and TVCA, including quarterly monitoring reports on spend, risks and delivery.



Tweets
Karl Turner (Labour - Kingston upon Hull East) - @KarlTurnerMP
Shadow Solicitor General
3 Oct 2022, 8:17 p.m.

Lord Heseltine is a committed anti leave EU stalwart I know but he is right about this, isn’t he just? Can’t remember anybody saying to me “oh great when we leave the EU, we can lift the cap on bankers bonuses”. This isn’t making Brexit work for ordinary people at all, is it? ??‍♂️ https://t.co/l4DP09t57t

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Karl Turner (Labour - Kingston upon Hull East) - @KarlTurnerMP
Shadow Solicitor General
26 Sep 2022, 6:09 p.m.

@EssexPR @Anna_Soubry @GavinBarwell @Conservatives Lord Heseltine? What’s he make of them?

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Liam Fox (Conservative - North Somerset) - @LiamFox
15 Jul 2022, 10:23 p.m.

Lord Heseltine said “if Boris goes, #Brexit goes” which is why our next Leader must be a genuine Brexiteer. For me, that's @RishiSunak he campaigned & voted to #Leave the #EU. He showed courage & leadership when it mattered most. In @Telegraph tomorrow?https://t.co/T5G9hV7g9S

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Lord Moylan (Conservative - Life peer) - @danielmgmoylan
5 Jul 2022, 10:59 p.m.

Lord Heseltine blowing himself up on @BBCNewsnight - still can’t get over blaming the voters for Brexit and lying about its effects. A good reminder of the forces determined to get @BorisJohnson out.

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Lord Kennedy of Southwark (Labour - Life peer) - @LordRoyKennedy
Shadow Chief Whip (Lords)
10 Oct 2021, 2:06 p.m.

Lord Heseltine warns UK facing 'very nasty situation' this winter https://t.co/erov7GGw4p via @MailOnline

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Liverpool City Region APPG - @LiverpoolAPPG
22 Sep 2021, 1:20 p.m.

Lord Heseltine, Former Deputy Prime Minister, talks about initiatives in our Build Back Better Report, and notes the Government must create effective partnerships if it is to deliver its levelling-up promises. https://t.co/2h9CaPGluB

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Department Publications - Statistics
Monday 29th January 2024
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
Source Page: Independent review report: South Tees Development Corporation and Teesworks Joint Venture
Document: Independent review report: South Tees Development Corporation and Teesworks Joint Venture (PDF)

Found: An independent review by Lord Heseltine was commissioned in Autumn 2015 and his report ‘Tees Valley:



Department Publications - News and Communications
Wednesday 15th March 2023
HM Treasury
Source Page: Spring Budget 2023 speech
Document: Spring Budget 2023 speech (webpage)

Found: I pay tribute to Lord Heseltine for making them happen because they transformed the lives of thousands



Department Publications - Policy paper
Wednesday 2nd February 2022
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
Source Page: Levelling Up the United Kingdom
Document: Levelling Up the United Kingdom (high-res version) (PDF)

Found: accountability for policing, with some also taking on responsibility for ˜re services after 2015. 263 Lord

Wednesday 2nd February 2022
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
Source Page: Levelling Up the United Kingdom
Document: Levelling Up the United Kingdom (low-res version) (PDF)

Found: accountability for policing, with some also taking on responsibility for ˜re services after 2015. 263 Lord



Deposited Papers
Wednesday 31st January 2024

Source Page: I. Tees Valley Review. Incl. appendices. 96p. II. Letter dated 29/01/2024 from Michael Gove MP to Lord Houchen, Mayor of Tees Valley Combined Authority (TVCA), regarding the Independent Panel report into the Tees Valley Combined Authority’s oversight of the South Tees Development Corporation (STDC) and Teesworks Joint Venture. 2p. III. Letter dated 29/01/2024 from Michael Gove MP to Angie Ridgwell, Richard Paver and Quentin Baker regarding their report into the Tees Valley Combined Authority’s oversight of the South Tees Development Corporation and Tees-works Joint Venture. 1p.
Document: Tees_Valley_Review_Report_Final_Clean_23.01.24.pdf (PDF)

Found: An independ ent review by Lord Heseltine was commissioned in Autumn 2015 and his report ‘Tees Valley