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Counterterrorism: Communities — Question for Short Debate (26 Nov 2015)

Baroness Mobarik: ...young Parisians as they enjoyed an evening with friends. It was a deliberate act carried out with indiscriminate and callous abandon. The French President rightly described the perpetrators of this crime as psychopathic monsters. Some have said that this is the world that we should now expect. We are told that what happened in Paris will most likely happen in other European cities, as...

Spending Review and Autumn Statement — Statement (25 Nov 2015)

Lord O'Neill of Gatley: ...So, too, did the claim that Britain had to choose between sound public finances and great public services. It is a false choice; if we are bold with our reforms we can have both. That is why, while we have been reducing Government spending, crime has fallen, a million more children are being educated in good and outstanding schools, and public satisfaction with our local government...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Spending Review and Autumn Statement (25 Nov 2015)

George Osborne: ...too, did the claim that Britain had to choose between sound public finances and great public services. It is a false choice; if we are bold with our reforms we can have both. That is why, while we have been reducing Government spending, crime has fallen, a million more children are being educated in good and outstanding schools, and public satisfaction with our local government services...

Scottish Parliament: Violence Against Women (24 Nov 2015)

Elaine Murray: in advance of this year’s general election, which revealed that 75 per cent of girls and young women aged 11 to 21 and 48 per cent of seven to 10-year-olds—primary school children—believe that there are too many sexual images of women in the media. Those statistics are important, because they reveal how young women feel that women are often judged. Young women are not...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisoners' Release (23 Nov 2015)

Andrew Selous: ...where they are needed to protect the public. The latest data on the number of offenders who were convicted of a Serious Further Offence of Murder are published in Annex B of Proven reoffending statistics January 2013 to December 2013, published at statistics-january-2013-to-december-2013. The published figures include all...

[Mike Gapes in the Chair] — Backbench Business — Male Suicide and International Men’s Day (19 Nov 2015)

Alistair Burt: ...following the debate closely, because I had also used the former phrase. I did so because it is a common phrase, but it is right to challenge its use, because, exactly as the hon. Lady said, it suggests that to take one’s own life is similar to committing a crime. That was not my intention when I used the phrase and I understood entirely when Jonny suggested that the right wording is...

Personal Injury Fraud — [Phil Wilson in the Chair] (18 Nov 2015)

Andrew Slaughter: I do not want to argue about statistics endlessly, given that part of my argument is that the statistics are not robust. I am sure that the hon. Gentleman looked at the briefing for the debate by the Law Society, which is of course the professional body for solicitors. There are concerns that insurers use figures about levels of fraud as it suits them. The point that concerns me is that the...

Speed Limits on Roads (Devolved Powers) (18 Nov 2015)

Scott Mann: ...specific issues, and I am sure that right hon. and hon. Members in this Chamber will have very similar issues in their areas. This Bill gives them the power to do something about it. I have looked at some statistics on this matter, and they are truly amazing. According to data published in 2012 by the House of Commons Library, there were nearly 196,000 reported casualties on roads in Great...

Written Answers — Home Office: Crime: Gambling (18 Nov 2015)

Mike Penning: The Home Office has made no specific assessment of the number of crimes committed by people with gambling problems. The most recent crime statistics published by the Office for National Statistics showed that overall crime fell by 8% in the year to June 2015, according to the Crime Survey for England and Wales. Crime has now fallen by more than a quarter since June 2010, with just over 2.9...

Written Answers — Home Office: National Crime Agency (18 Nov 2015)

Mike Penning: Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) are submitted to the National Crime Agency under two pieces of legislation: the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 for suspicions of money laundering, or the Terrorism Act 2000 for suspicions of terrorist financing. The National Crime Agency publishes annual SARs statistics. The reporting period for these publications is from October to September. The figures...

Welfare Reform and Work Bill: Second Reading (17 Nov 2015)

Lord Blencathra: be. I welcome Clause 3 and the duty to report annually on the troubled families programme. If we are to add to the 117,000 families already helped by getting children back in school, and significantly reducing youth crime and anti-social behaviour, then we need as much information and as many facts as possible. All the research I have read shows that, when children come from a home with...

Court Charges (Access to Justice) — [Mr James Gray in the Chair] (17 Nov 2015)

Tulip Siddiq: ...more frustrating is that we are unable to place a specific figure on the increase in the proportion of guilty pleas at first hearing at the magistrates court. Until recently, quarterly criminal court statistics routinely included that figure. While the Government may be reticent about taking on board demands for revision, they must strive to make those figures available so that the extent...

Guaranteed Income for Retirees — [Mr Clive Betts in the Chair] (17 Nov 2015)

Harriett Baldwin: of them. It is free, impartial and backed by the Government. Pension Wise prompts users to consider their life expectancy and any health issues and lifestyle factors they have, and it links to the Office for National Statistics life expectancy calculator, which I am sure everyone in the room has visited. All in all, that is excellent news, but we are always on the lookout for ways to...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Scrap Metal Dealers Bill: Second Stage (16 Nov 2015)

Pam Cameron: a good example of how the Assembly can seek to resolve an issue that may not be particularly high-profile but nevertheless impacts greatly on those who are unfortunate enough to be the victim of crimes involving scrap metal theft. We heard much about that from the Member this evening. I support the principles of the Bill, and its drafting appears to have satisfactorily covered most of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Paris Terrorist Attacks (16 Nov 2015)

Theresa May: My right hon. and learned Friend is absolutely right on the latter point. One reason why it is important to ask the police to record anti-Muslim hate crime separately is so that we can get a much better understanding of its extent. The Tell MAMA statistics suggest that it has been increasing in recent years. It is therefore important that we all play our part in addressing the problem and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Cybercrime (16 Nov 2015)

Mike Penning: ...responsibilities as citizens to make sure that our computers in particular have the right software so that it is more difficult—not to stop it completely, but to make it more difficult—for cybercrime to take place. We are taking cybercrime very seriously, which is why we have put it in the crime statistics for the very first time.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Topical Questions (16 Nov 2015)

Kelly Tolhurst: According to statistics released over the summer, many areas of Rochester and Strood, in common with many urban areas, continue to see incidents of serious crime, which is a major concern to my constituents. Will my right hon. Friend assure them that police forces such as Kent will still be able to field effective front-line services under revised funding formulas?

Written Answers — Home Office: Domestic Violence (16 Nov 2015)

Karen Bradley: The Office for National Statistics publishes data on the number of domestic abuse incidents recorded by the police in England and Wales, at police force level in Focus on: Violent Crime and Sexual Offences 2013/14 - Appendix Table 4.08, available here: -violent-crime-and-sexual-offences--2013-14/index.html The increases seen in...

Written Answers — Home Office: Refugees: Syria (16 Nov 2015)

Richard Harrington: We do not have reliable statistics on this at this stage. We are quickly working our way through the referrals received from UNHCR. It is too early to say how many will become arrivals into the UK. However, we have collaborated closely with UNHCR to ensure that those referrals made in the early months of the expanded scheme are likely to be people that can be matched quickly with Local...

Scottish Parliament: Protection of Workers from Violence and Abuse (12 Nov 2015)

Paul Wheelhouse: ...when he spoke about the shops in East Lothian. We must all reflect on that, as a society and within the Parliament. The Scottish Government believes that we all have a right to live our lives free from crime and the fear of crime. I welcome USDAW’s contribution to the debate through campaigns such as the freedom from fear campaign. I would encourage all shoppers to show respect for...

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