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CLELLAND - CURTIS-THOMAS

CLELLAND, David (Tyne Bridge)
6.Overseas visits
9-13 September 2004, to Gibraltar for Gibraltar National Day, accompanied by my partner, at the invitation and expense of the Gibraltar Government. (Registered 12 October 2004)
8.Land and Property
House in Gateshead, jointly owned with my partner.
Two flats in Gateshead, jointly owned with my brother.
 
CLIFTON-BROWN, Geoffrey (Cotswold)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Arable farming in the UK.
Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.
6.Overseas visits
29 April-4 May 2004, to Doha, Qatar, as a guest of the Government of Qatar. (Registered 12 May 2004)
8.Land and Property
Agricultural holdings in Norfolk and Gloucestershire.
Small amount of forestry in Scotland.
 
CLWYD, Mrs. Ann (Cynon Valley)
8.Land and Property
I am the owner of a small house in Mid Wales from which I receive a small rental.
 
COAKER, Vernon (Gedling)
Nil.
 
COFFEY, Ann (Stockport)
Nil.
 
COHEN, Harry (Leyton and Wanstead)
Nil.
 
 
COLEMAN, Iain (Hammersmith and Fulham)
Nil.
 
COLLINS, Tim (Westmorland and Lonsdale)
5.Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)
11 December 2003, guest of Lord and Lady Ashcroft on their table at Sir Cliff Richard's charity fundraising dinner in aid of "Kids on Court" at Hampton Court Palace. (Registered 17 December 2003)
8.Land and Property
Golf course, equestrian centre, farmland and buildings in Essex, as eventual joint beneficiary of my late father's estate; not currently owned by me, or generating any income for me.
 
COLMAN, Anthony (Putney)
Nil.
 
CONNARTY, Michael (Falkirk East)
6.Overseas visits
24-26 August 2004, to Stavanger, Norway, to visit Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) conference and exhibition, with the British Offshore Oil and Gas All-Party Parliamentary Group. Flights, accommodation, transport and hospitality sponsored by UK Offshore Operators Association (UKOOA), Statoil and Chevron Texaco. (Registered 9 September 2004)
 
CONWAY, Derek (Old Bexley and Sidcup)
6.Overseas visits
April 2004, to Turkey as guest of the Government. Economy class airfare and accommodation, two nights in Ankara and two in Istanbul. (Registered 27 April 2004)
October 2004, five day visit to Rabat, accompanied by my wife, in my capacity as Chairman of the British-Moroccan All-Party Parliamentary Group, as guests of the Moroccan House of Representatives who paid the cost of our airline tickets and hotel accommodation. (Registered 29 October 2004)
 
COOK, Frank (Stockton North)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Parliamentary adviser, with particular emphasis on environmental issues, to DSM Demolition Ltd. and its associated companies. (Up to £5,000)
6.Overseas visits
13-17 April 2004, to Turkey. Economy class air fare and two nights' accommodation in Ankara and two in Istanbul provided by the Government of Turkey. (Registered 1 June 2004)
 
COOK, Rt. Hon. Robin (Livingston)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Consultant to College Hill, providing advice on public policy in relation to horseracing, solely for their work in respect of the Tote. (£15,001-£20,000)
Contract for weekly article for The Guardian from October 2004. (£25,001-£30,000)
Contract with Simon & Schuster for a book on political events since the General Election of 2001, for which I have received £250,000 from the publishers and £200,000 from the Sunday Times. (Registered 8 July 2003)
9 October 2003, lecture for Royal Bank of Scotland. (£5,001-£10,000) (Registered 8 January 2004)
Occasional articles for:
The Sunday Mirror (£2,000) (Up to £5,000)
The London Standard (£3,500) (Up to £5,000)
Monthly article for the Racing Post. (£5,001-£10,000)
20 February 2004, lecture in Tokyo for Royal Bank of Scotland. (£5,001-£10,000)
5 May 2004, lecture in Athens for Economist Intelligence Unit. (£5,001-£10,000)
6 September 2004, speech to an AMT-Sybex conference. (£5,001-£10,000) (Registered 4 October 2004)
23 September 2004, speech to the Yorkshire Fiscal Group. (£5,001-£10,000) (Registered 4 October 2004)
5.Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)
13 May 2004, gold necklace given to my wife on behalf of the Arab Women's Association in appreciation of her and my attendance at their charity dinner. (Registered 13 July 2004)
8.Land and Property
One residential property in London from which rental income is received.
 
COOPER, Yvette (Pontefract and Castleford)
4.Sponsorship or financial or material support
I receive support from a former constituent, David Newton of Newton-Smith Associates, who is creating and will service a website for me free of charge.
 
CORBYN, Jeremy (Islington North)
Nil.
 
CORMACK, Sir Patrick (South Staffordshire)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc.
Quarterly article for First Magazine, entitled Parliamentary Round-up. (Up to £5,000)
President of First Magazine.
Programme adviser to the Catholic University of America. (The fee includes the cost of secretarial assistance.)
Editor of the House Magazine, in which capacity I chair occasional seminars and conferences.(£25,001-£30,000)
Adviser to the publishers of the House Magazine.
Public affairs and parliamentary adviser to Machinery Users' Association, which advises its members on the rating of industrial plant and machinery. (£5,001-£10,000)
Heritage adviser to Linford-Bridgeman Ltd.; conservation and restoration company.
Regular participant in "Parliamentary Questions" BBC radio programme. I receive a fee of £265 for each appearance. (Up to £5,000)
5.Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)
Received from colleagues at First Magazine, in recognition for ten years as International President, a watercolour of the Palace of Westminster by Karen Neale. (Registered 1 June 2004)
Received from Keith Young, former owner and publisher of the House Magazine, a gift of a clock to mark our twenty-five years' association and a gift from Mrs Young in appreciation of my support for her husband over twenty five years. (Registered 21 July 2004)
 
 
CORSTON, Jean (Bristol East)
6.Overseas visits
18-25 September 2004, to Hong Kong, sponsored by the Government of Hong Kong Special Administration Region. (Registered 4 October 2004)
10.Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests
Barrister at Law (no longer practising).
 
 
COTTER, Brian (Weston-Super-Mare)
1.Remunerated directorships
Chairman, Plasticable Ltd.; private company, manufacturer of plastic extrusions.
9.Registrable shareholdings
(b)Plasticable Ltd.
 
 
COUSINS, Jim (Newcastle­upon­Tyne Central)
Nil.
 
COX, Tom (Tooting)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Parliamentary adviser to Ancient Order of Foresters Friendly Society. (Up to £5,000)
8.Land and Property
Rental income from house in Wandsworth, London.
 
CRAN, James (Beverley and Holderness)
Nil.
 
CRANSTON, Ross (Dudley North)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Author.
Barrister/Recorder
6.Overseas visits
6-8 December 2003, to Cairo as a guest of the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration who paid my air fares and accommodation. (Registered 11 December 2003)
 
CRAUSBY, David (Bolton North East)
Nil.
 
CRUDDAS, John (Dagenham)
Nil.
 
CRYER, Ann (Keighley)
Nil.
 
CRYER, John (Hornchurch)
Nil.
 
CUMMINGS, John (Easington)
5.Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)
Visits to the Stadium of Light as a guest of the Chairman of Sunderland AFC.
6.Overseas visits
12-18 March 2004, to Thailand, to speak at three conferences in Khon Kaen, Chang Mei and Bangkok to promote UK further and higher education to students from Thailand. My flights, accommodation and transport costs were met by Siam Edulink, the conference organisers. (Registered 25 March 2004)
10.Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests
Parliamentary adviser to the National Association of Licensed House Managers. Honorary position, not remunerated in any form.
Parliamentary adviser to the National Association of Councillors. Honorary position, not remunerated in any form.
 
CUNNINGHAM, Rt. Hon. Dr. Jack (Copeland)
1.Remunerated directorships
Partner, Brinkburn Associates (political and public policy consultancy).
Anderson MacGraw (Partner) (political and public policy consultancy).
Sovereign Strategy Ltd. (non-executive) (a management skills company).
6.Overseas visits
22-26 November 2003, to Washington DC, to discuss nuclear policy issues. Travel and accommodation costs were met by Sovereign Strategy. (Registered 19 December 2003)
20-24 May 2004, to Monaco. Accommodation provided by the Automobile Club of Monaco. Travel costs were met by Sovereign Strategy. (Registered 27 July 2004)
12-18 June 2004, to Washington DC, USA, to discuss nuclear policy issues. Travel and accommodation costs were met by Cumbria Inward Investment Agency. (Registered 27 July 2004)
28-30 July 2004, to Amsterdam. Travel and accommodation costs were met by Transrapid International. (Registered 9 August 2004)
20-23 September 2004, to Washington DC, to discuss nuclear policy issues. Travel and accommodation costs were provided by the Transatlantic Nuclear Energy Forum. (Registered 15 November 2004)
23-27 September 2004, to Shanghai, to discuss policy issues. Travel and accommodation costs were provided by Sovereign Strategy Ltd and Siemens plc. (Registered 15 November 2004)
10-15 October 2004, to Amelia Island, Florida, USA, to speak at the Monitor Conference on Nuclear Decommissioning. Travel and accommodation costs were provided by the conference organisers. (Registered 15 November 2004)
 
CUNNINGHAM, Jim (Coventry South)
Nil.
 
CUNNINGHAM, Tony (Workington)
6.Overseas visits
17-22 October 2004, to Israel and the Palestinian Territories with Labour Friends of Israel to meet members of the Israeli Government, Parliament and military; the Palestinian Authority and grassroots organisations promoting Arab-Israeli co-operation. Travel and accommodation paid for by the Labour Friends of Israel. Part accommodation paid for by the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (Registered 28 October 2004)
 
CURRY, Rt. Hon. David (Skipton and Ripon)
2.Remunerated employment, office, profession etc
Monthly column for Local Government Chronicle. (Up to £5,000)
Monthly column for Builder Magazine. (Up to £5,000)
 
CURTIS-THOMAS, Claire (Crosby)
4.Sponsorship or financial or material support
I receive £6,000 from the Engineering Technical Board to support my parliamentary duties. (Registered 21 May 2004)
The services of a research assistant sponsored by the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales until August 2005. (Registered 19 October 2004)
6.Overseas visits
11-17 January 2004, to Taiwan, at the invitation of the Taiwan Government to members of the All-Party UK-Taiwan Group to attend a conference in Taipei. The costs were met entirely by the Taiwanese Government. (Registered 23 January 2004)
8.Land and Property
With my sister, I own a house in Crosby and a house in Crewe which are held in trust for family members (and on which rental income is received).





 
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