18 July 2002
Mr Harold Best declared that he was a member of CND.
He also declared that between 28 March 1999 and 29 April 2000
he received complimentary tickets from the Rugby Football League
for four matches in which Leeds Rugby Club were playing.
22 November 2002
Mr Gregory Barker declared an interest in a remunerated
directorship of Flare View Ltd, an investment property company
which he also holds registerable shareholdings in. He also declared
that he owned freehold commercial property in East Anglia, from
which he receives rental income; and several miscellaneous and
unremunerated interests: his wife, Celest Barker is a shareholder
in a family owned business, Charles Wells Ltd (Brewery).
17 October 2002
Mr Colin Challen declared occasional income from
writing. He also declared that he was a Member of Harris Parliamentary
Panel, payments of which are sent directly to his constituency
18 July 2002
Sue Doughty declared an interest as joint director
of Orchard-Doughty Associates Ltd; a company jointly owned by
herself and her husband, David Orchard, and from which she received
earnings from prior to the General Election 2002. Any possible
earnings are now received by David Orchard. She also declared
that she has registerable shareholdings in Orchard-Doughty Associates
Mark Francois declared that he owned residential
property in Basildon, which is rented to a tenant.
Neil Gerrard declared an interest as a Member of
Harris Parliamentary Panel and from which he earns between £1
and £1,000. He also declared that he was a Member of the
Commission of Inquiry; the Commission had received more that £1000
from Mr A Qattan from the Council of Arab Ambassadors. He also
declared several overseas visits; 28-31 May 2000 to Kosovo, paid
for by the British Refugee Council. (Registered 12 July 2000);
1-10 September 2000, to West Bank, Gaza, Amman, Damascus and Beirut
as a member of the Commission of Inquiry into Palestinian refugees.
Travel and expenses paid for by the Commission of Inquiry. Hotel
accommodation in Amman, Damascus and Beirut paid for by the Meridien
Hotel Group. (Registered 23 October 2000). Mr Gerrard
also declared several miscellaneous and unremunerated interests:
Member of Board, Theatre Royal, Stratford, East London; Member
of Board of Trustees, Leyton Orient Community Sports Programme;
and Member of Board of Trustees, European Public Health Foundation
Mr John Horam declared an interest in remunerated
directorships: Commodities Research Unit International Ltd., and
Commodities Research Unit Publishing Ltd.; publishing companies
which he helped found 28 years ago.
Mr Tim Loughton declared an interest as Member of
Harris Parliamentary Panel and as a member of MORI Parliamentary
Panel; all fees from opinion panels are donated to charity. He
also declared he received a fee from the Shareholder Investor
Advisory Panel, which was directly paid to his constituency office;
occasional fees from lectures; and occasional rental income from
residential property owned by himself.
Mr Michael Meacher declared that he let flats in
London. He also declared that he had received hospitality from
Barclay's at Wimbledon's Men's Final on 9 July 2000.
Mr Ian Lucas declared that he was an unpaid consultant
for Stevens Lucas solicitors, Oswestry and that the present partners
of this firm were purchasing his interest in it. He also declared
that he was formerly a non-executive director of Robert Jones
and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic and District Hospital (resigned May
2001); a share of royalties received re: 'The Bodyguard's Story'
by Trevor Rees-Jones published by Little Brown and Company; and
his constituency Labour Party (Wrexham) has a constituency development
agreement with the R.M.T union who also made a donation to his
Mr Malcolm Savidge declared an overseas visit from
11-13 July 2000, to Washington DC, under the auspices of the All-Party
Parliamentary Group on Global Security and Non-proliferation,
to meet Members of Congress, the National Security Council and
the Administration to discuss the proposed US National Missile
Defence and CTBT ratification and related matters. Flights and
hotel costs paid for by the W Alton Jones Foundation of Charlottesville,
Virginia, USA. (Registered 11 August 2000).
Mr Mark Simmonds declared that he was Chairman of
Mortlock Simmonds, a Chartered Surveyors.
Mr Simon Thomas declared occasional income from broadcasting/media
which is donated to charity; and a member of Political Opinion
Panel of Business Planning and Research International, the income
of which is given to charity or his local branch of the Plaid
Cymru Party. He also declared miscellaneous and unremunerated
interests: Parliamentary Adviser to Undeb Cenedlaethol Athrawon
Cymru (National Association of Teachers).
Joan Walley declared that she is a Member of Harris
Parliamentary Panel, the fees of which are donated to charity.
She also declared the loan of a fax machine from the Chartered
Institute of Environmental Health, commencing August 1999; she
is participating as an employer in the Department of Employment's
New Deal Programme and accepted a New Deal placement on 21 February
2000 (the trainee is in direct receipt of training subsidy from
the DoE and a New Deal payment to employers is paid in full towards
the trainee's earnings); an overseas visit on 8 March 2000, to
Duisburg, Germany, to be briefed on urban regeneration policies
which was organised by English Heritage who paid for her air fare
to Dusseldorf. (Registered 13 March 2000); and rental income
from property in Staffordshire Moorlands.