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Calendar
Tuesday 21st May 2024 9:30 a.m.
Ian Paisley (Democratic Unionist Party - North Antrim)

Westminster Hall debate - Westminster Hall
Subject: General Debate: Introduction of UK-made zero-emission buses
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Division Votes
29 Apr 2024 - Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill (Instructions) - View Vote Context
Ian Paisley voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 6 Democratic Unionist Party Aye votes vs 0 Democratic Unionist Party No votes
Tally: Ayes - 42 Noes - 265
21 May 2024 - Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - View Vote Context
Ian Paisley voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 5 Democratic Unionist Party No votes vs 0 Democratic Unionist Party Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 217 Noes - 268
22 May 2024 - Holocaust Memorial Bill - View Vote Context
Ian Paisley voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 1 Democratic Unionist Party No votes vs 0 Democratic Unionist Party Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 11 Noes - 182


Speeches
Ian Paisley speeches from: Zero-emission Buses
Ian Paisley contributed 4 speeches (2,853 words)
Tuesday 21st May 2024 - Westminster Hall
Department for Transport
Ian Paisley speeches from: International Health Regulations
Ian Paisley contributed 1 speech (87 words)
Tuesday 14th May 2024 - Commons Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Ian Paisley speeches from: Immigration Update
Ian Paisley contributed 1 speech (119 words)
Wednesday 1st May 2024 - Commons Chamber
Ian Paisley speeches from: Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill
Ian Paisley contributed 1 speech (437 words)
Committee of the whole House
Monday 29th April 2024 - Commons Chamber
Department for Business and Trade
Ian Paisley speeches from: Assisted Dying
Ian Paisley contributed 3 speeches (643 words)
Monday 29th April 2024 - Westminster Hall
Home Office


Written Answers
Free Schools
Asked by: Ian Paisley (Democratic Unionist Party - North Antrim)
Monday 29th April 2024

Question to the Department for Education:

To ask the Secretary of State for Education, on what date it became her Department's policy that free schools should only be (a) university technical colleges and (b) studio schools; for what reason this is her Department's policy; and for what reason local authorities have to be named in a bid to open an academy.

Answered by Damian Hinds - Minister of State (Education)

There has been no change to the department’s policy regarding the types of school that can open as part of the free schools programme.

In the most recent application waves, the department approved 15 mainstream free schools, two of which were new universal technical colleges (UTC), 41 special free schools and 20 alternative provision (AP) schools. My right hon. Friend, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, also announced a further wave of 15 special free schools as part of the Spring Budget.

Since the programme started in 2010, the department has opened 701 free schools, made up of 542 mainstream schools, 51 AP schools, 108 special schools (125 of which are local authority presumption free schools and seven of which are specialist maths schools), 44 UTCs and 20 Studio schools. These schools will provide over 405,000 places at capacity, thereby helping to ensure that children and young people have access to a good quality school place in a range of different settings across the country. Overall, since 2010 the department has supported the creation of nearly 1.2 million new school places via various routes including opening new free schools.

Local authorities are often named in an application for a free school as part of the process to identify a site for the proposed school. It can also help the department to understand the local context of the application and whether there is a need for that type of school in the area.

Sudan: Famine
Asked by: Ian Paisley (Democratic Unionist Party - North Antrim)
Monday 13th May 2024

Question to the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office:

To ask the Deputy Foreign Secretary, what discussions his Department has had with non-governmental organisations on famine relief in Sudan; and with which non-governmental organisations his Department works in that country.

Answered by Andrew Mitchell - Minister of State (Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office) (Minister for Development)

We frequently engage with a range of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) working on the humanitarian and food insecurity crisis response in Sudan including international non-governmental organisations (INGO) Country Directors and representatives, and with the Sudan INGO and national non-governmental organisations (NNGO) Forum leads, to ensure that our programming and policy is well informed by INGO and NNGO perspectives. The UK last year provided £23.5 million to the UN-led Sudan Humanitarian Fund (SHF) to provide flexible, multi-sector support and which predominantly provides funding to NGOs; we will continue our support to the SHF this year too. We will provide £89 million to support Sudan over the year ahead, most of which will go towards humanitarian assistance. Exact budgets are in the process of being allocated. UK support will continue to be delivered through the UN and other trusted partners including some NGOs such as the Danish Refugee Council, Norwegian Refugee Council and Save the Children.

Sudan: Famine
Asked by: Ian Paisley (Democratic Unionist Party - North Antrim)
Monday 13th May 2024

Question to the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office:

To ask the Deputy Foreign Secretary, what assessment he has made of (a) trends in the level of food shortage and (b) the likelihood of famine in Sudan; and what steps his Department plans to take to support Sudan with famine relief.

Answered by Andrew Mitchell - Minister of State (Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office) (Minister for Development)

Almost 17.7 million people in Sudan (37 percent of the population) are thought to be experiencing acute food insecurity. This is likely to worsen in the coming months. On 15 March, UN OCHA released a White Note formally warning of the risk of conflict-induced famine. The number of people in emergency (IPC 4) levels of hunger is now expected to increase across Greater Darfur, Greater Kordofan, and in some areas of eastern Sudan; and some households are expected to face famine (IPC 5) in parts of West Darfur, Khartoum, and among displaced populations in Greater Darfur. In 2024/2025, UK ODA to Sudan will nearly double to £89 million, including funding to UNICEF, which will provide emergency and life-saving food assistance to support people particularly in hard-to reach areas in Sudan, including nutrition, water and hygiene services for 500,000 children under 5. The UK will also be working with the World Food Programme to assist in the provision of assorted food commodities to people in Sudan. The UK continues to push for improved humanitarian access into and within Sudan to assist people who are hungry.

Nigeria: Military Aid
Asked by: Ian Paisley (Democratic Unionist Party - North Antrim)
Tuesday 21st May 2024

Question to the Ministry of Defence:

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, whether his Department is supporting Nigerian armed forces in training their personnel to protect (a) religious minorities and (b) other vulnerable groups.

Answered by Leo Docherty - Minister of State (Ministry of Defence) (Minister for the Armed Forces)

Through the UK-Nigeria Security and Defence Partnership, we are committed to supporting Nigeria to improve security across the country and protect human rights. This includes supporting the Armed Forces of Nigeria to build their capacity to counter internal and regional security threats, which continue to take a significant toll on civilians. Our engagement aims to ensure an integrated civilian and military approach to these challenges. UK Defence training will always stress the need to respect International Law and the importance of adhering to international standards, including human rights and human security to protect religious minorities and vulnerable groups.

Buses: Carbon Emissions
Asked by: Ian Paisley (Democratic Unionist Party - North Antrim)
Wednesday 22nd May 2024

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, how many zero-emission buses had been ordered through the Zero Emission Bus Regional Areas (a) 1 and (b) 2 schemes as of 14 May 2024; and how many zero-emission buses are expected to be ordered through both schemes by the end of this Parliament.

Answered by Guy Opperman - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)

More than 5,200 buses have been funded across the UK since February 2020, with UK bus manufacturers supporting many of these. UK manufacturers have grown substantially in recent years as a result of their success in securing orders supported by £460 million of dedicated zero emission bus funding.

A breakdown of how much grant funding has been spent on UK-made ZEBs is unavailable. Of the approximately 1,300 ZEBs funded through the ZEBRA 1 programme, over 800 of these buses will be manufactured by UK bus manufacturers Wrightbus and Alexander Dennis. We look forward to UK manufacturers securing more orders through the recently announced ZEBRA 2 funding.

The following tables present information on the number of ZEBs funded and ordered through the ZEBRA programmes and the projects’ bus manufacturer by local transport authority. ZEBs produced and sold in the UK are supported by a global supply chain, therefore the below table outlines bus manufacturer’s location rather than country of origin. The numbers in this table are not official statistics: they are based on the latest information available and are therefore indicative and subject to change.

ZEBRA 1

Local Transport Authority

Number of buses funded

Number of buses ordered

Bus manufacturer & Location

Blackpool Council

90

0

Bus manufacturer subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority

30

30

Volvo (Sweden)

City of York Council

53

53

Wrightbus (UK)

Greater Manchester Combined Authority

170

170

Volvo (Sweden)

Hertfordshire County Council

27

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Kent County Council

33

33

5 – Volvo (Sweden)  
28 – Irizar (Spain)

Leicester City Council

116

116

110 – Wrightbus (UK)   
6 – Pelican/Yutong (UK/China)

Norfolk County Council

70

70

Wrightbus (UK)

North Yorkshire County Council

39

39

20 – EvoBus/Mercedes (Germany) 19 – Alexander Dennis Ltd  (UK)

Nottingham City Council

62

48

48 - Pelican/Yutong (UK/China)  
Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Oxfordshire County Council

159

159

104 - Wrightbus (UK)
55 – Alexander Dennis Ltd (UK)

Portsmouth City Council & Hampshire County Council

62

62

Wrightbus (UK)

South Yorkshire Combined Authority

27

27

4 – Alexander Dennis Ltd (UK)   
23 – Pelican/Yutong (UK/China)

Warrington Borough Council

105

105

Volvo (Sweden)

West Midlands Combined Authority

124

0

Bus manufacturer subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

West Yorkshire Combined Authority

146

146

131 – Wrightbus (UK)
15 – Mercedes (Germany)

1,308

1,053

ZEBRA 2

Local Transport Authority

Number of buses funded

Number of buses ordered

Bus manufacturer & Location

Brighton and Hove City Council

16

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Cornwall Council

8

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Derbyshire County Council

57

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Devon County Council

41

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Essex County Council

55

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Gloucestershire County Council

58

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Hull City and East Riding of Yorkshire Council

40

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Isle of Wight Council

22

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Leicestershire County Council

46

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Liverpool City Region Combined Authority

58

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

North Somerset Council

24

24

Bus manufacturer TBC

Nottinghamshire County Council

23

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Plymouth City Council

50

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Reading Borough Council

24

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Somerset Council

25

25

Bus manufacturer TBC

Staffordshire County Council

17

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Surrey County Council

19

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Tees Valley Combined Authority

62

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Torbay Council

49

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Transport North East

43

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Warwickshire County Council

27

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

West Northamptonshire Council

51

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

West of England Mayoral Combined Authority

74

74

Bus manufacturer TBC

West Sussex County Council

43

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Wiltshire Council

23

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Buses: Carbon Emissions
Asked by: Ian Paisley (Democratic Unionist Party - North Antrim)
Wednesday 22nd May 2024

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what steps his Department is taking to encourage local authorities to buy new zero-emission buses through the Zero Emission Bus Regional Area schemes.

Answered by Guy Opperman - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)

More than 5,200 buses have been funded across the UK since February 2020, with UK bus manufacturers supporting many of these. UK manufacturers have grown substantially in recent years as a result of their success in securing orders supported by £460 million of dedicated zero emission bus funding.

A breakdown of how much grant funding has been spent on UK-made ZEBs is unavailable. Of the approximately 1,300 ZEBs funded through the ZEBRA 1 programme, over 800 of these buses will be manufactured by UK bus manufacturers Wrightbus and Alexander Dennis. We look forward to UK manufacturers securing more orders through the recently announced ZEBRA 2 funding.

The following tables present information on the number of ZEBs funded and ordered through the ZEBRA programmes and the projects’ bus manufacturer by local transport authority. ZEBs produced and sold in the UK are supported by a global supply chain, therefore the below table outlines bus manufacturer’s location rather than country of origin. The numbers in this table are not official statistics: they are based on the latest information available and are therefore indicative and subject to change.

ZEBRA 1

Local Transport Authority

Number of buses funded

Number of buses ordered

Bus manufacturer & Location

Blackpool Council

90

0

Bus manufacturer subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority

30

30

Volvo (Sweden)

City of York Council

53

53

Wrightbus (UK)

Greater Manchester Combined Authority

170

170

Volvo (Sweden)

Hertfordshire County Council

27

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Kent County Council

33

33

5 – Volvo (Sweden)  
28 – Irizar (Spain)

Leicester City Council

116

116

110 – Wrightbus (UK)   
6 – Pelican/Yutong (UK/China)

Norfolk County Council

70

70

Wrightbus (UK)

North Yorkshire County Council

39

39

20 – EvoBus/Mercedes (Germany) 19 – Alexander Dennis Ltd  (UK)

Nottingham City Council

62

48

48 - Pelican/Yutong (UK/China)  
Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Oxfordshire County Council

159

159

104 - Wrightbus (UK)
55 – Alexander Dennis Ltd (UK)

Portsmouth City Council & Hampshire County Council

62

62

Wrightbus (UK)

South Yorkshire Combined Authority

27

27

4 – Alexander Dennis Ltd (UK)   
23 – Pelican/Yutong (UK/China)

Warrington Borough Council

105

105

Volvo (Sweden)

West Midlands Combined Authority

124

0

Bus manufacturer subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

West Yorkshire Combined Authority

146

146

131 – Wrightbus (UK)
15 – Mercedes (Germany)

1,308

1,053

ZEBRA 2

Local Transport Authority

Number of buses funded

Number of buses ordered

Bus manufacturer & Location

Brighton and Hove City Council

16

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Cornwall Council

8

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Derbyshire County Council

57

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Devon County Council

41

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Essex County Council

55

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Gloucestershire County Council

58

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Hull City and East Riding of Yorkshire Council

40

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Isle of Wight Council

22

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Leicestershire County Council

46

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Liverpool City Region Combined Authority

58

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

North Somerset Council

24

24

Bus manufacturer TBC

Nottinghamshire County Council

23

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Plymouth City Council

50

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Reading Borough Council

24

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Somerset Council

25

25

Bus manufacturer TBC

Staffordshire County Council

17

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Surrey County Council

19

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Tees Valley Combined Authority

62

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Torbay Council

49

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Transport North East

43

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Warwickshire County Council

27

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

West Northamptonshire Council

51

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

West of England Mayoral Combined Authority

74

74

Bus manufacturer TBC

West Sussex County Council

43

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Wiltshire Council

23

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Buses: Carbon Emissions
Asked by: Ian Paisley (Democratic Unionist Party - North Antrim)
Wednesday 22nd May 2024

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, how many and what proportion of the buses funded through Zero Emission Bus Regional Areas (a) 1 and (b) 2 schemes are (i) UK and (ii) non-UK-made, broken down by country of origin; and how much Zero Emission Bus Regional Areas funding has been spent on UK-made zero-emission buses as of 14 May 2024.

Answered by Guy Opperman - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)

More than 5,200 buses have been funded across the UK since February 2020, with UK bus manufacturers supporting many of these. UK manufacturers have grown substantially in recent years as a result of their success in securing orders supported by £460 million of dedicated zero emission bus funding.

A breakdown of how much grant funding has been spent on UK-made ZEBs is unavailable. Of the approximately 1,300 ZEBs funded through the ZEBRA 1 programme, over 800 of these buses will be manufactured by UK bus manufacturers Wrightbus and Alexander Dennis. We look forward to UK manufacturers securing more orders through the recently announced ZEBRA 2 funding.

The following tables present information on the number of ZEBs funded and ordered through the ZEBRA programmes and the projects’ bus manufacturer by local transport authority. ZEBs produced and sold in the UK are supported by a global supply chain, therefore the below table outlines bus manufacturer’s location rather than country of origin. The numbers in this table are not official statistics: they are based on the latest information available and are therefore indicative and subject to change.

ZEBRA 1

Local Transport Authority

Number of buses funded

Number of buses ordered

Bus manufacturer & Location

Blackpool Council

90

0

Bus manufacturer subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority

30

30

Volvo (Sweden)

City of York Council

53

53

Wrightbus (UK)

Greater Manchester Combined Authority

170

170

Volvo (Sweden)

Hertfordshire County Council

27

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Kent County Council

33

33

5 – Volvo (Sweden)  
28 – Irizar (Spain)

Leicester City Council

116

116

110 – Wrightbus (UK)   
6 – Pelican/Yutong (UK/China)

Norfolk County Council

70

70

Wrightbus (UK)

North Yorkshire County Council

39

39

20 – EvoBus/Mercedes (Germany) 19 – Alexander Dennis Ltd  (UK)

Nottingham City Council

62

48

48 - Pelican/Yutong (UK/China)  
Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Oxfordshire County Council

159

159

104 - Wrightbus (UK)
55 – Alexander Dennis Ltd (UK)

Portsmouth City Council & Hampshire County Council

62

62

Wrightbus (UK)

South Yorkshire Combined Authority

27

27

4 – Alexander Dennis Ltd (UK)   
23 – Pelican/Yutong (UK/China)

Warrington Borough Council

105

105

Volvo (Sweden)

West Midlands Combined Authority

124

0

Bus manufacturer subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

West Yorkshire Combined Authority

146

146

131 – Wrightbus (UK)
15 – Mercedes (Germany)

1,308

1,053

ZEBRA 2

Local Transport Authority

Number of buses funded

Number of buses ordered

Bus manufacturer & Location

Brighton and Hove City Council

16

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Cornwall Council

8

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Derbyshire County Council

57

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Devon County Council

41

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Essex County Council

55

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Gloucestershire County Council

58

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Hull City and East Riding of Yorkshire Council

40

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Isle of Wight Council

22

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Leicestershire County Council

46

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Liverpool City Region Combined Authority

58

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

North Somerset Council

24

24

Bus manufacturer TBC

Nottinghamshire County Council

23

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Plymouth City Council

50

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Reading Borough Council

24

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Somerset Council

25

25

Bus manufacturer TBC

Staffordshire County Council

17

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Surrey County Council

19

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Tees Valley Combined Authority

62

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Torbay Council

49

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Transport North East

43

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Warwickshire County Council

27

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

West Northamptonshire Council

51

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

West of England Mayoral Combined Authority

74

74

Bus manufacturer TBC

West Sussex County Council

43

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

Wiltshire Council

23

0

Bus manufacturer for remaining buses subject to outcome of procurement process by local transport authority or bus operator.

India: Religious Freedom
Asked by: Ian Paisley (Democratic Unionist Party - North Antrim)
Thursday 23rd May 2024

Question to the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office:

To ask the Deputy Foreign Secretary, what steps his Department is taking to help (a) promote and (b) protect religious minority rights in India.

Answered by Anne-Marie Trevelyan - Minister of State (Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office)

HM Government is committed to defending Freedom of Religion or Belief (FoRB) for all and promoting respect and tolerance.

Lord (Tariq) Ahmad of Wimbledon discussed human rights, including FoRB, with the Government of India, leaders of faith groups and others during his visit to India in May 2023. FoRB was also among the issues discussed during his visit to India in February 2024.

The British High Commission in New Delhi and our network of Deputy High Commissions across India consistently monitor human rights in the country, regularly engage with civil society and religious representatives, and have run projects supporting human rights.

India is a multi-faith, multi ethnic democracy and remains among the most religiously diverse societies in the world.




Ian Paisley mentioned

Parliamentary Debates
Zero-emission Buses
32 speeches (13,098 words)
Tuesday 21st May 2024 - Westminster Hall
Department for Transport
Mentions:
1: Iain Stewart (Con - Milton Keynes South) Member for North Antrim (Ian Paisley) and my right hon. - Link to Speech
2: Guy Opperman (Con - Hexham) Member for North Antrim (Ian Paisley) on securing the debate. - Link to Speech
3: Kenny MacAskill (Alba - East Lothian) Member for North Antrim (Ian Paisley) on securing the debate. - Link to Speech
4: Ben Bradley (Con - Mansfield) Member for North Antrim (Ian Paisley) for securing this important debate. - Link to Speech
5: Jim Shannon (DUP - Strangford) Friend the Member for North Antrim (Ian Paisley) for introducing it so well. - Link to Speech
6: Simon Lightwood (LAB - Wakefield) Member for North Antrim (Ian Paisley) for securing it. The hon. - Link to Speech

Oral Answers to Questions
127 speeches (8,946 words)
Thursday 2nd May 2024 - Commons Chamber
Department for Business and Trade
Mentions:
1: Jim Shannon (DUP - Strangford) Friend the Member for North Antrim (Ian Paisley) and my right hon. - Link to Speech

Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill
74 speeches (16,696 words)
Committee of the whole House
Monday 29th April 2024 - Commons Chamber
Department for Business and Trade
Mentions:
1: Kevin Hollinrake (Con - Thirsk and Malton) Members for East Londonderry (Mr Campbell), for Strangford (Jim Shannon), for North Antrim (Ian Paisley - Link to Speech
2: Kevin Hollinrake (Con - Thirsk and Malton) Member for North Antrim (Ian Paisley) for his kind words. - Link to Speech

Assisted Dying
148 speeches (24,521 words)
Monday 29th April 2024 - Westminster Hall
Home Office
Mentions:
1: Ruth Cadbury (Lab - Brentford and Isleworth) Member for North Antrim (Ian Paisley) and the right hon. - Link to Speech
2: Laura Farris (Con - Newbury) Member for North Antrim (Ian Paisley), to name a few. - Link to Speech



Select Committee Documents
Wednesday 29th May 2024
Formal Minutes - Formal minutes: Session 2023-24

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee

Found: Lough Neagh algae Correspondence from Ian Paisley MP regarding Blue -Green Algae at Lough Neagh, dated

Wednesday 29th May 2024
Report - Third Report - The House of Commons standards landscape: how MPs’ standards and conduct are regulated

Committee on Standards

Found: Member Date of publicationSummary of offence Recommendation Consequential outcome (if applicable) Ian

Thursday 9th May 2024
Formal Minutes - Formal Minutes of the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee in Session 2022−23

Northern Ireland Affairs Committee

Found: Paisley 1.



Parliamentary Research
Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill: HL Bill 73 of 2023–24 - LLN-2024-0023
May. 08 2024

Found: Ian Paisley (DUP MP for North Antrim) appealed to ministers to “listen to cross- party representations



Bill Documents
May. 24 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 24 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Philip Davies Richard Fuller Greg Smith Julian Sturdy Kevin Foster Stephen McPartland Ian

May. 23 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 23 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Philip Davies Richard Fuller Greg Smith Julian Sturdy Kevin Foster Stephen McPartland Ian

May. 22 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 22 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Philip Davies Richard Fuller Greg Smith Julian Sturdy Kevin Foster Stephen McPartland Ian

May. 21 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 21 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Philip Davies Richard Fuller Greg Smith Julian Sturdy Kevin Foster Stephen McPartland Ian

May. 20 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 20 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Philip Davies Richard Fuller Greg Smith Julian Sturdy Kevin Foster Stephen McPartland Ian

May. 17 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 17 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Philip Davies Richard Fuller Greg Smith Julian Sturdy Kevin Foster Stephen McPartland Ian

May. 16 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 16 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Philip Davies Richard Fuller Greg Smith Julian Sturdy Kevin Foster Stephen McPartland Ian

May. 15 2024
Consideration of Bill Amendments as at 15 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Philip Davies Richard Fuller Greg Smith Julian Sturdy Kevin Foster Stephen McPartland Ian

May. 14 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 14 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: _NC41 Sir Liam Fox Mrs Theresa May Dame Meg Hillier Christine Jardine Ian Paisley George Galloway

May. 13 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 13 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Monday 13 May 2024 _NC41 Sir Liam Fox Mrs Theresa May Dame Meg Hillier Christine Jardine Ian

May. 10 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 10 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Paisley George Galloway Carol Monaghan Rachael Maskell Sir Robert Buckland Adam Afriyie Rob

May. 09 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 9 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Paisley George Galloway Carol Monaghan Rachael Maskell Sir Robert Buckland Adam Afriyie Rob

May. 09 2024
Written evidence submitted by Dr Matthew Rimmer, Professor of Intellectual Property and Innovation Law, Faculty of Business and Law, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland (TVB39)
Tobacco and Vapes Bill 2023-24
Written evidence

Found: DUP's) seven MPs voted against the bill, but said they plan to work to improve the legislation. 132 MP Ian

May. 08 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 8 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: _NC41 Sir Liam Fox Mrs Theresa May Dame Meg Hillier Christine Jardine Ian Paisley George Galloway

May. 08 2024
Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill: HL Bill 73
Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Act 2024
Briefing papers

Found: Ian Paisley (DUP MP for North Antrim) appealed to ministers to “listen to cross- party representations

May. 03 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 3 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: _NC41 Sir Liam Fox Mrs Theresa May Dame Meg Hillier Christine Jardine Ian Paisley George Galloway

May. 02 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 2 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Philip Davies Richard Fuller Greg Smith Julian Sturdy Kevin Foster Stephen McPartland Ian

May. 01 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 1 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Philip Davies Richard Fuller Greg Smith Julian Sturdy Kevin Foster Stephen McPartland Ian

Apr. 30 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 30 April 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Philip Davies Richard Fuller Greg Smith Julian Sturdy Kevin Foster Stephen McPartland Ian

Apr. 29 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 29 April 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Philip Davies Richard Fuller Greg Smith Julian Sturdy Kevin Foster Stephen McPartland Ian

Apr. 29 2024
Committee of the whole House Amendments as at 29 April 2024
Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Act 2024
Amendment Paper

Found: Gov_26 Secretary Kemi Badenoch Gavin Robinson Sammy Wilson Mr Gregory Campbell Jim Shannon Ian

Apr. 29 2024
Committee of the whole House Proceedings as at 29 April 2024
Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Act 2024
Bill proceedings: Commons

Found: to_Gov_26 Secretary Kemi Badenoch Gavin Robinson Sammy Wilson Mr Gregory Campbell Jim Shannon Ian