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Select Committee on Regulatory Reform Minutes of Proceedings Report


APPENDIX

DECLARATION OF MEMBERS' INTERESTS

17 July 2001

Mr Brian Cotter declared an interest as Chairman of Plasticable Ltd, a private company, manufacturer of plastic extrusions, and declared registrable shareholdings in Plasticable Ltd. He also declared an interest as an unremunerated director of The Genesis Initiative Ltd, promoting the interests of small business at national and international level.

Mr Paul Goodman declared anticipated income from occasional writing for the Daily Telegraph, in respect of which a contract was being drawn up.

Andy King declared a benefit of dinner and overnight accommodation for himself and his wife on 5-6 May 2000, as guests of Alstom UK Ltd, and an overseas visit to China on 3-17 September 2000, travel to China paid by himself and all travel and accommodation in China provided by the Chinese Association for International Understanding.

Dr Ashok Kumar declared income from occasional surveys for MORI, the fees from which were paid to Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland Constituency Labour Party. He also declared two overseas visits: to India on 18-27 February 2000, to India, flights paid for by Labour Friends of India, which was funded by donations from various British Indian companies and individuals, and hospitality and internal travel provided by the Indian Government, and to Israel and the Palestinian Authority on 26-31 March 2000, with Labour Friends of Israel, to meet senior Israeli and Palestinian leaders in the Middle East Peace Process, flight and accommodation paid for by Labour Friends of Israel.

Mr Peter Pike declared remuneration as a member of Harris Parliamentary Panel and as a member of Political Opinion Panel of BPRI (Business Planning and Research International. Fees from both panels were normally paid to Burnley Labour Party or charities. He declared hospitality received by himself and his daughter from the Nationwide League at the Worthington Cup Final on 27 February 2000, and seats and hospitality at Burnley Football Club home games provided by Burnley FC. He declared overseas visits to Israel and the Palestinian Authority on 26-31 March 2000, with Labour Friends of Israel, to meet senior Israeli and Palestinian leaders in the Middle East peace process, flight and accommodation paid for by Labour Friends of Israel; to Mabula, Northern Province, South Africa on 27-29 November 2000, to attend the AWEPA Conference on HIV/Aids/Human Rights, fares and accommodation paid for by AWEPA (European Parliamentarians for Africa); and to Pakistan on 24 February-2 March 2001, accompanying the Mayor and Mayoress of Burnley and others on a goodwill visit and to see the position in Kashmir, air fares met by the Burnley Pakistan Association and transport and accommodation in Pakistan and Kashmir provided by the Government of Azad Kashmir and friends in Pakistan. He also declared miscellaneous and unremunerated interests as a small Burnley Football Club shareholder, a sponsor, a Clarets Foundation Member and a member of other fund-raising schemes of the Club.

Mr Anthony Steen declared an interest as a public affairs, parliamentary and legal adviser to the Board of Airlines of Great Britain, which involved regular travel on a number of airlines in connection with airline work in UK and Europe and occasional free air travel for immediate family in UK and Europe; the receipt of fees for parliamentary advice, as part of a wider agreement, and funding of part-time research help; interests as a barrister at law and an underwriting Member of Lloyd's (resigned 31 December 1998), writing lines in the marine, non-marine, aviation and motor markets; and a unremunerated interest as an unpaid

adviser to the English Vineyards Association.




22 October 2002

Mr Peter Pike declared an interest in relation to the Committee's inquiry into the proposal for the Regulatory Reform (Credit Unions) Order 2002, namely membership of a credit union.

Dr Doug Naysmith declared an interest in relation to the Committee's inquiry into the proposal for the Regulatory Reform (Credit Unions) Order 2002, namely membership of two credit unions.


 
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