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Peter Luff Press Releases
and Speeches outside Parliament
Records 1 to 10 of 28
MIDDLE WAY GROUP’S LAST MINUTE PLEA TO PM – “DON’T INCREASE ANIMAL SUFFERING BY PUSHING HUNT BAN THROUGH”
6th. September. 2004
The three joint chairs of the All Party Parliamentary Middle Way Group, Peter Luff MP, Lembit Öpik MP and Baroness Golding, have written to the Prime Minister urging him not to pursue a simple ban on hunting and so increase animal suffering.
FREEING THE HEALTH SERVICE
30th. July. 2004
What’s the best way to get someone to do better – to humiliate them or to encourage them? And what’s the best way to run a complicated national service – from the centre or by the experts on the ground?
MP DEPLORES END OF SAVINGS CULTURE
16th. July. 2004
During Treasury Questions in the Commons yesterday, Thursday, Mid Worcestershire MP Peter Luff criticised the government for undermining the savings culture.
SMOKING AND SMACKING – WHO SHOULD CHOOSE?
6th. July. 2004
Choice has been the only word on politicians’ lips recently – choice for health care and choice of school. But two other issues of choice have been bigger in the news – the choice to smack and the choice to smoke in public.
LUFF OFFERS ONE CHEER FOR PENSION COMPROMISE
18th. May. 2004
Mid Worcestershire MP Peter Luff has welcomed the announcement of a £400 million government compensation scheme for victims of collapsed company pension schemes, but warned that it may not live up to its expectations.
LUFF PILES PENSION PRESSURE ON GOVERNMENT
14th. May. 2004
Mid Worcestershire MP Peter Luff is helping pile the pressure on the government to act to help the victims of collapsed company pension schemes like Kalamazoo, many of whom live in Worcestershire.
WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT COUNCIL TAX?
20th. March. 2004
There is growing anger about massive council tax increases – but what can we do to end them?
Top-up Fees and Hutton – Peter Luff’s diary for week beginning 26th January
31st. January. 2004
The Worcester Evening News commissioned this piece and published an edited version on 31st January. I thought a wider audience might appreciate an insight into the excitement of a tumultuous week.
HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY
21st. January. 2004
At first glance Britain’s fourth annual Holocaust Memorial Day on January 27th may not seem especially relevant to Worcestershire – but it is.
17th. January. 2004
I will be voting against top-up fees on 27th January because I don’t believe it’s right to plunge young people so deep into debt.