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- Written Answers — Prime Minister: Iraq Committee of Inquiry (11 December 2013)
David Cameron: I refer the hon. Member to the answer I gave to my hon. Friend the Member for Southend West (Mr Amess) on 22 November 2013, Official Report, 1038W.
- Scottish Parliament: Finance (11 December 2013)
Margaret McDougall: ...the Conservative motion. I cannot support the lack of reality that underlies the sentiment that would see working people and the vulnerable in our society worse off. The truth is that, since David Cameron came to office, working people are on average £1,600 worse off. The autumn statement does nothing to tackle the cost of living crisis. We have a flatlining economy in which prices...
- Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (11 December 2013) See 1 other result from this debate
..., McLeod, Fiona, McMillan, Stuart, Neil, Alex, Paterson, Gil, Robertson, Dennis, Russell, Michael, Stevenson, Stewart, Stewart, Kevin, Sturgeon, Nicola, Swinney, John, Thompson, Dave, Torrance, David, Urquhart, Jean, Watt, Maureen, Wheelhouse, Paul, White, Sandra, Wilson, John, Yousaf, Humza Against: Baillie, Jackie, Baker, Claire, Baker, Richard, Beamish, Claudia, Bibby, Neil, Boyack,...
- Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (10 December 2013) See 2 other results from this debate
..., Margaret, McInnes, Alison, McMahon, Michael, McMahon, Siobhan, McNeil, Duncan, Murray, Elaine, Pearson, Graeme, Pentland, John, Rennie, Willie, Scott, Tavish, Smith, Drew, Smith, Elaine, Stewart, David Against: Adam, George, Adamson, Clare, Allan, Dr Alasdair, Allard, Christian, Beattie, Colin, Biagi, Marco, Brodie, Chic, Brown, Keith, Burgess, Margaret, Campbell, Aileen, Coffey, Willie,...
- Tributes to Nelson Mandela (9 December 2013)
David Cameron: Nelson Mandela was a towering figure in our lifetime, a pivotal figure in the history of South Africa and the world, and it is right that we meet in this Parliament to pay tribute to his character, his achievements and his legacy. The Union and South African flags flew at half mast over Downing street for the day after his death, and they will do so again on the day of his funeral. Condolence...
- Written Answers — Prime Minister: China (9 December 2013)
David Cameron: The Government is committed to engagement with China on a full range of subjects as part of a broad and mature relationship. Nothing was off limits in my conversations in China and I raised climate change and human rights issues and agreed a new round of the UK-China human rights dialogue in early 2014.
- Written Answers — Prime Minister: Poverty (9 December 2013)
David Cameron: My parliamentary answers are a matter of public record and can be found in the Official Report. Copies are available in the Libraries of the House.
- Written Answers — Prime Minister: Shaker Aamer (9 December 2013)
David Cameron: I refer the right hon. and learned Member to the answer I gave to my hon. Friend the Member for Battersea (Jane Ellison) on 19 June 2013, Official Report, column 901.
- Online Safety Bill [HL] — Second Reading (6 December 2013)
Baroness Howe of Idlicote: ...as “default on”. Things then went very quiet until 22 July this year, when the Prime Minister gave his seminal NSPCC speech on child safety online. In this address, among other things, Cameron gave the four big internet service providers until the end of the year to introduce his definition of “default on” for all new customers. Then, just last month, he hosted a...
- Autumn Statement — Statement (5 December 2013)
Lord Razzall: ...not have been better to spend the money on organisations that help them, rather than to introduce that to satisfy the Tory right-wing? Has there been any progress on the tax fairness proposals that David Cameron announced at the G8, with negotiations on international co-operation? The Minister touched on tax avoidance. How much have tax evasion and aggressive avoidance been affected? How...
- Business of the House (5 December 2013)
Richard Burden: ...Minister to attend that debate? To support the case for that, perhaps he could use today’s Daily Mirror, in which Sara Broadbent, who has just had her hours cut from 16 to five, says: “David Cameron lives just down the road and he could do a lot more for us… I’d like to be able to look after my own kids and have food in the cupboards but there are times…when...
- Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (4 December 2013) See 1 other result from this debate
..., McLeod, Fiona, McMillan, Stuart, Robertson, Dennis, Robison, Shona, Russell, Michael, Salmond, Alex, Stevenson, Stewart, Stewart, Kevin, Sturgeon, Nicola, Swinney, John, Thompson, Dave, Torrance, David, Urquhart, Jean, Watt, Maureen, Wheelhouse, Paul, White, Sandra, Wilson, John, Yousaf, Humza Against: Baillie, Jackie, Baker, Claire, Baker, Richard, Baxter, Jayne, Beamish, Claudia,...
- Scottish Parliament: Scotland’s Census (3 December 2013)
Roderick Campbell: Okay. In the UK, that is unlikely to happen. David Cameron implies that immigrants are a drain on public services. The UK Border Agency’s reluctance to provide visas for international students in Scotland is increasingly a barrier to expanding the number of international students who come to study and work here and who, if they were allowed to come, would spend money and help us to grow...
- Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (3 December 2013) See 3 other results from this debate
Division number 1 For: Baillie, Jackie, Baker, Claire, Baker, Richard, Baxter, Jayne, Beamish, Claudia, Bibby, Neil, Boyack, Sarah, Brown, Gavin, Buchanan, Cameron, Carlaw, Jackson, Chisholm, Malcolm, Davidson, Ruth, Dugdale, Kezia, Fee, Mary, Ferguson, Patricia, Fergusson, Alex, Findlay, Neil, Fraser, Murdo, Goldie, Annabel, Grant, Rhoda, Gray, Iain, Griffin, Mark, Henry, Hugh, Hilton,...
- Wales: Cost of Living — Question for Short Debate (2 December 2013)
Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth: ...deficit. The noble Baroness did allude to that. The deficit did not suddenly happen. A gaping deficit confronted the country in 2010 as Gordon Brown left office and the coalition Government under David Cameron took over. I think it was common ground among the parties that this deficit needed to be dealt with. Against that background, it was anticipated, and indeed acknowledged, that...
- Written Answers — Prime Minister: Gibraltar: Spain (2 December 2013)
David Cameron: I raised the issue with Prime Minister Rajoy when we met in Vilnius on 29 November and made clear our deep concern about the incident in which British Government bags containing official correspondence and communications were opened by Spanish officials while in transit.
- Written Answers — Prime Minister: Iraq Committee of Inquiry (2 December 2013)
David Cameron: I have nothing further to add.
- Written Answers — Prime Minister: China (29 November 2013)
David Cameron: In all my international activity my priority is to advance the UK national interest by supporting the security and prosperity of this country.