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Backbench Business: Oral Hormone Pregnancy Tests (23 October 2014)

Nick de Bois: ...campaigners, there was lots more to be learned, and there probably still is—and that it was not worth following up because most cases would have been dealt with. I submit that this approach—expediency over justice for victims of primodos—was not necessarily the right one to take. His tone was reflected in later ministerial statements, but Jack Ashley pressed on, and I am...

Written Answers — Justice: Prisoners: Gender Recognition (22 July 2014)

Nick de Bois: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice (1) how many female born prisoners have self-declared transgender status since 2011; (2) how many male born prisoners have self-declared transgender status since January 2011.

Written Answers — Justice: Prisoners: Gender Recognition (16 July 2014)

Nick de Bois: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice (1) how many prisoners have self-certified gender recognition certificates; and how many such prisoners were born (a) male and (b) female; (2) how many prisoners who were born as female but now live as men, have been moved to men's prisons; and how many such prisoners have self-certified gender recognition certificates; (3) how many prisoners who...

Criminal Justice and Courts Bill: Clause 58 — Interveners and costs (17 June 2014)

Nick de Bois: .... Friend the Member for Esher and Walton (Mr Raab) has just illustrated with his comment on statistics, knife possession is not being treated with the gravity required to ensure public safety and justice for victims. It is reasonable to draw that conclusion when 8,000 people are still getting cautions and fines. Today, we can change that by turning the existing guidelines, which have a...

Criminal Justice and Courts Bill: Clause 58 — Interveners and costs (17 June 2014)

Nick de Bois: I was just about to wind up, but I give way to my fellow member of the Justice Committee.

Criminal Justice and Courts Bill: Clause 58 — Interveners and costs (17 June 2014)

Nick de Bois: ...on the previous amendment that is now part of the Legal Aid and Sentencing of Offenders Act 2012, and allowed us to deal comfortably with the 16 to 18-year-olds. As hon. Members may know, the Lord Chief Justice himself has called for an inquiry into the sentencing of younger offenders, given their prevalence in the courts and the courts’ concern at the number of young offenders under...

Written Answers — Justice: Crimes of Violence: Sentencing (12 May 2014)

Nick de Bois: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice if he will invite the Sentencing Council to consult and report on the adequacy of current sentences available for killing with one punch.

Written Answers — Justice: Personal Injury: Compensation (1 May 2014)

Nick de Bois: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice (1) what assessment his Department has made of the effects on the economy of reforming the UK's civil procedure rules to clarify courts' powers to strike out cases due to exaggerated or fabricated personal injury claims; and if he will make a statement; (2) what estimate his Department has made of the expected cost to the economy of (a) detected...

Written Answers — Justice: Offensive Weapons (10 April 2014)

Nick de Bois: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many people aged (a) under 18 years old and (b) 18 years and over were (i) prosecuted and (ii) received a custodial sentence for carrying a bladed or pointed article in a public place in each year since 2008.

Written Answers — Justice: Offensive Weapons (8 April 2014)

Nick de Bois: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice (1) how many people aged (a) under 18 years old and (b) 18 years and over (i) were prosecuted and (ii) received a custodial sentence for the offence of threatening with article with blade or point or offensive weapon in each year since the offence's inception; (2) how many people aged 18 years and over convicted of the offence of threatening with...

Written Answers — Justice: Offensive Weapons (7 April 2014)

Nick de Bois: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what (a) sentences and (b) other outcomes were received by people aged (i) under 18 and (ii) 18 and over who were prosecuted for carrying a bladed or pointed article in a public place in each year since 2008; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Justice: Offensive Weapons: Sentencing (7 April 2014)

Nick de Bois: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice if he will bring forward legislative proposals to allow mandatory sentencing in cases of carrying an article with blade or point of offensive weapon; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Justice: Homicide (19 March 2014)

Nick de Bois: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice (1) what representations he has received on legislation on killing by one punch; and if he will make a statement; (2) what plans he has to bring forward legislative proposals on killing by one punch; and if he will make a statement; (3) if he will introduce a mandatory 10-year minimum prison sentence for anyone who kills someone with a single...

Women Offenders and Older Prisoners (16 January 2014)

Nick de Bois: ...looked at the effectiveness of transforming rehabilitation and the great prize that we will win from that by bringing down reoffending. Is my hon. Friend really saying that, although he wants justice to be blind, it should also be stupid? If there are special points of difference, surely we should examine those, even if they are based on sex.

Written Answers — Justice: Prisons and Probation (26 November 2013)

Nick de Bois: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what real-terms changes in spending on (a) prisons and (b) the Probation Service he plans will take place between 2012 and 2017.

Written Answers — Justice: Offenders: Housing (25 November 2013)

Nick de Bois: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many halfway houses are currently in operation; and how much has been spent on such institutions in the last 10 years.

Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting — [Mr David Amess in the Chair] (6 November 2013)

Nick de Bois: ...disengagement. I have acknowledged the many shortcomings in Sri Lanka and the humanitarian failings, and I am not hiding from them, but engagement is better than disengagement. I do not underestimate the search for justice, but it must be justice for all, and we must look forward and not back. We can learn lessons from the past and hopefully apply them to Sri Lanka.

Written Answers — Justice: Magistrates' Courts (14 October 2013)

Nick de Bois: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many hearings before magistrates' courts in (a) London and (b) England have been postponed because of a failure to notify witnesses of their requirement to attend on the due date in each of the last five years.

Written Answers — Justice: Billing (4 September 2013)

Nick de Bois: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many creditors to his Department owed more than 10,000 remained unpaid for more than (a) 30 days, (b) 45 days, (c) 60 days, (d) 75 days and (e) more than 90 days in each of the last three years.

Written Answers — Justice: Electronic Tagging (29 August 2013)

Nick de Bois: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what estimate he has made of the cost per day of electronically monitoring an individual using (a) global positioning system technology and (b) radio frequency technology; and if he will make a statement.

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