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Lord Hogan-Howe

Crossbench - Life peer

Became Member: 7th November 2017


Lord Hogan-Howe is not a member of any APPGs
Public Services Committee
13th Feb 2020 - 31st Jan 2023
SLSC Sub-Committee A
4th Sep 2018 - 30th Apr 2019


Division Voting information

During the current Parliament, Lord Hogan-Howe has voted in 294 divisions, and never against the majority of their Party.
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Debates during the 2019 Parliament

Speeches made during Parliamentary debates are recorded in Hansard. For ease of browsing we have grouped debates into individual, departmental and legislative categories.

Sparring Partners
Lord Sharpe of Epsom (Conservative)
Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Home Office)
(14 debate interactions)
Lord Paddick (Non-affiliated)
(7 debate interactions)
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Department Debates
Home Office
(46 debate contributions)
Ministry of Justice
(12 debate contributions)
Scotland Office
(8 debate contributions)
Northern Ireland Office
(8 debate contributions)
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Legislation Debates
Public Order Act 2023
(8,454 words contributed)
Victims and Prisoners Bill 2022-23
(2,964 words contributed)
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Lords initiatives

These initiatives were driven by Lord Hogan-Howe, and are more likely to reflect personal policy preferences.


1 Bill introduced by Lord Hogan-Howe


A bill to make provision for the avoidance of modern slavery in the procurement of public contracts; and for connected purposes

Commons - 20%

Last Event - 1st Reading
Monday 3rd February 2020
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Lord Hogan-Howe has not co-sponsored any Bills in the current parliamentary sitting


Latest 6 Written Questions

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Written Questions can be tabled by MPs and Lords to request specific information information on the work, policy and activities of a Government Department
18th Apr 2024
To ask His Majesty's Government what information (1) the Home Office, and (2) other departments, have regarding the number of casualties caused by pedal cyclists and e-bikes to pedestrians in the past 20 years.

The Department for Transport publishes road casualty statistics based on personal injury road collisions reported to the police via the STATS19 reporting system.

Electrically assisted pedal cycles are included in the pedal cycle category depending on their power output.

The table below shows the annual number of pedestrian casualties where they were in collision with a pedal cycle from 2003 to 2022 (the latest year that data is available for). There may also be other vehicles involved in the overall collision.

Year

Casualties in collisions with pedal cycles

2003

259

2004

236

2005

279

2006

226

2007

229

2008

261

2009

292

2010

341

2011

406

2012

432

2013

466

2014

498

2015

444

2016

460

2017

531

2018

482

2019

408

2020

308

2021

437

2022

462

Lord Davies of Gower
Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)
15th Jan 2024
To ask His Majesty's Government how many pedestrians received treatment for injuries caused by bicycle collisions in each year from 2010 to 2023.

The information requested is not held by the Department.

Lord Davies of Gower
Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)
8th Mar 2023
To ask His Majesty's Government how many road traffic collisions involving a cyclist and a pedestrian were reported to the police in England and Wales in each of the last five years; and what was the recorded severity of the injuries resulting from those collisions.

The number of reported personal injury collisions between a pedal cyclist and a pedestrian in England and Wales, and the resulting casualties by severity of injury, in each of the last 5 years for which data are available is shown in the table.

Year

Total collisions

Total casualties

Fatalities

Seriously injured casualties

Slightly injured casualties

2017

488

626

4

147

475

2018

428

544

1

159

384

2019

362

448

4

144

300

2020

278

343

4

112

227

2021

384

462

0

140

322

Baroness Vere of Norbiton
Parliamentary Secretary (HM Treasury)
8th Mar 2023
To ask His Majesty's Government how many injuries have been caused to pedestrians by cyclists over the last five years; and what percentage of those injuries have been classified as (1) serious, or (2) slight.

The number of pedestrian casualties in Great Britain injured in a collision with a pedal cyclist which was reported by police using the STATS19 system in each of the last 5 years for which data are available is shown in the table. Note however it is known that a majority of non-fatal collisions are not reported to police.

Year

Total injured casualties

Percentage with serious injury

Percentage with slight injury

2017

528

26%

74%

2018

481

32%

68%

2019

402

34%

66%

2020

304

35%

65%

2021

436

32%

68%

Baroness Vere of Norbiton
Parliamentary Secretary (HM Treasury)
17th Jan 2024
To ask His Majesty's Government what data or survey information the Department for Transport holds on (1) pedal cyclists breaching road traffic regulations, and (2) near misses or injuries caused by cyclists to pedestrians.

The Home Office collects and publishes data on Fixed Penalty Notices and other outcomes for motoring offences as part of the “Police Powers and Procedures: Other PACE powers” statistical bulletin. The most recent data, for 2021, are available here: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1118166/fixed-penalty-notices-and-other-motoring-offences-statistics-police-powers-and-procedures-year-ending-31-december-2021.ods

The Home Office collects data through a national fixed penalty processing system (PentiP), which includes some information on offences of pedal cyclists breaching road traffic collections. However, these data are not routinely published within the motoring offences statistics and are therefore not quality assured. Additionally, data are not collected on whether there were near misses or injuries sustained during an incident.

The Home Office has also been informed by the Department for Transport that they do not hold data regarding either part of the question.

Lord Sharpe of Epsom
Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Home Office)
17th Jan 2024
To ask His Majesty's Government what information and data the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority holds about injuries caused by pedal cyclists to pedestrians who have subsequently made a claim to the Authority.

The GB-wide Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme (the Scheme) provides state-funded compensation to victims of violent crime who cannot pursue compensation or redress from other routes. The Scheme is administered by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA).

Payments are available under the Scheme for physical or psychological injuries resulting directly from a crime of violence, as defined in Annex B of the Scheme. Paragraph 4(1)(b) of Annex B specifies that a crime of violence will not be considered to have been committed if an injury “resulted from the use of a vehicle, unless the vehicle was used with intent to cause injury to a person”. Paragraph 4(2) outlines that a “vehicle” for the purposes of this paragraph means any device which can be used to transport persons, animals or goods, whether by land, water or air. Therefore, any application which relates to an injury caused by a cyclist will only be eligible if the vehicle was used with intent to cause injury to the applicant.

It is possible that CICA holds information which falls within the scope of this request, however it can only be extracted from the CICA’s database through manual search of case records at disproportionate cost.

Lord Bellamy
Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Ministry of Justice)