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Upcoming Business – Lords: Select Committee (9 September 2014)

External Affairs (EU Sub-Committee C): EU and Russia. 10:00 am; Room 1, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 10.05am) evidence will be heard from witnesses tbc.

Upcoming Business – Commons: General Committee (4 September 2014)

European Committee C: European Union Documents No. 5489/14 and Addendum, a Commission Communication: For a European Industrial Renaissance, No. 13964/13 and Addenda 1 to 3, a Commission Staff Working Document: Member States Competitiveness Performance and Implementation of EU Industrial Policy and No. 13966/13, a Commission Staff Working Document: European Competitiveness Report 2013: Towards.... 11:30 am; Room 14, Palace of Westminster

Scottish Parliament: Disabled Persons’ Parking Badges (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (19 August 2014) See 1 other result from this debate

Mark Griffin: My understanding is that private operators would need to come to some sort of agreement with local authorities or the police to enforce the provisions in a private area and that the proposals apply only to public car parking spaces. The bill is designed to strengthen some of the enforcement aspects of the current legislation and ensure that there is a statutory review in order to ensure that...

Scottish Parliament: Welfare (13 August 2014) See 1 other result from this debate

Annabelle Ewing: I am sorry, but no. Ms Baillie set the tone for taking interventions in the debate. The Tory-Liberal Government made it very clear that it was seeking to achieve a 20 per cent cut across the board. However, another way and another future—a decent, dignified future—are possible for our disabled citizens. A yes vote on 18 September will enable Scotland to halt the abolition of DLA...

Scottish Parliament: Economic Opportunities of Independence (12 August 2014) See 6 other results from this debate

Jamie Hepburn: I welcome the debate. Over the recent recess, I have been out knocking doors—as I suspect we all have—and speaking to many people across the area that I represent. I have been keen to make the point that all accept that Scotland could be an independent country. As the cabinet secretary said, that is now universally accepted. Surely no member who is present would suggest that...

Scottish Parliament: Engagements (7 August 2014) See 1 other result from this debate

Johann Lamont: I do not know what Nicola Sturgeon made of that answer, but I dare say that I will read what she thought from an unnamed source in tomorrow’s papers. Let me try again—maybe I will have more success than Alistair Darling in this regard. The First Minister has said on many occasions that he has a plan B, C, D, E and F if there is no currency union. It is clear, then, that he has...

Scottish Parliament: Cabinet (Meetings) (7 August 2014)

Alex Salmond: I am glad that Willie Rennie mentioned the fiscal commission, which is made up of two Nobel laureates and two highly distinguished economists, but I was not talking about the fiscal commission. I was talking about the white paper and what is presented to the people of Scotland on page 110. If I remember rightly, Willie Rennie was complaining about the amount that we were spending on promoting...

Scottish Parliament: State Pensions (Independence) (6 August 2014)

Jackie Baillie: If Alex Salmond has to resort to plan B, C, D or E, can the cabinet secretary tell us in which currency pensions will be paid?

Scottish Parliament: Trident (6 August 2014)

Keith Brown: On the issue of tolerating different points of view, the member might remember that during a previous debate Michael McMahon described CND as “the campaign for nuclear delusion.” —[Official Report, 20 March 2013; c 18010.] Was that tolerant?

Scottish Parliament: Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act 2014 (5 August 2014) See 1 other result from this debate

Kenny MacAskill: The UK Government’s Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act received royal assent on 17 July 2014. I acknowledge the huge level of public interest that this piece of Westminster legislation has generated, raising as it did fundamental issues of civil liberties, privacy, security and the role of Government. It is in every Government’s interest that we combat crime and address...

Criminal Justice and Courts Bill — Committee (5th Day) (30 July 2014)

Lord Pannick: My Lords, this group of amendments is concerned with Clause 68, on costs capping orders—or protective costs orders, as they have previously been called. In a case that raises issues of public importance, the court has a power, before the case is heard, to set a maximum figure for costs that a claimant will be required to pay, should the claim not succeed. The object of such an order is...

Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 (Consequential Amendments) Order 2014 — Motion to Approve (30 July 2014)

Moved by Lord Taylor of Holbeach That the draft order laid before the House on 7 July be approved. Relevant document: 6th Report from the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments. Considered in Grand Committee on 28 July. Motion agreed.

Local Audit (Auditor Panel Independence) Regulations 2014 — Motion to Approve (30 July 2014)

Tabled by Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon That the draft regulations laid before the House on 3 July be approved. Relevant document: 6th Report from the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments. Considered in Grand Committee on 28 July.

Video Recordings Act 1984 (Exempted Video Works) Regulations 2014 — Motion to Approve (30 July 2014)

Moved by Lord Bates That the draft regulations laid before the House on 30 June be approved. Relevant document: 5th Report from the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments. Considered in Grand Committee on 28 July. Motion agreed.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Hospitals: Waiting Lists (30 July 2014)

Lord Bradley: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what proportion of patients whose treatment was incomplete have waited (1) for their appointment, and (2) for treatment, for longer than (a) 18 weeks, (b) 26 weeks, and (3) 52 weeks, at each NHS Trust and NHS Foundation Trust for every month since May 2010. To ask Her Majesty’s Government how many admitted patients waited (1) for their appointment,...

Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice: 0 to 25 years — Motions to Approve (29 July 2014)

Moved by Lord Nash That the draft Regulations and the draft Code of Practice laid before the House on 24 June and 11 June be approved. Relevant documents: 5th Report from the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments, 6th Report from the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments (special attention drawn to the instrument), 3rd Report from the Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee, 5th...

Criminal Justice and Courts Bill — Committee (4th Day) (28 July 2014)

Lord Mackay of Clashfern: My Lords, I, of course, have nothing like the width of experience that has been spoken of already by a number of noble and learned Lords and other noble Lords. However, I have a certain amount of responsibility in connection with judicial review from quite an early stage. Your Lordships will remember that the law of England originally provided for four rights, which were prerogative writs...

European Union Committee: Report on 2013-14 (EUC Report) — Motion to Take Note (24 July 2014)

Lord Tugendhat: My Lords, as the first speaker after the presentation of the report by the noble Lord, Lord Boswell, I would like to say a few words in praise of him. Being the chairman of this committee is a very formidable undertaking. It means being the ringmaster of a multi-ring circus, but he manages to pay equal attention, as far as I can see, to the work of all the various sub-committees. He says that...

Universal Declaration of Human Rights — Motion to Take Note (24 July 2014)

Lord Lea of Crondall: My Lords, I find this a very troubling debate. The situation is getting worse and we do not know what to do about it. I begin by quoting the special rapporteur’s report last year, which states: “In practice, manifestations of collective religious hatred frequently overlap with national, racial, ethnic or other forms of hatred, and in many situations it may seem impossible to...

Previous Business – Lords: Select Committee (24 July 2014)

External Affairs (EU Sub-Committee C): EU and Russia. 10:00 am; Room 1, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 10.05am) evidence will be heard from Sir Tony Brenton KCMG, former British Ambassador to Russia and Fellow of Wolfson College, Cambridge and Mr John Lough, Associate Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House.

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