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

Lord O'Neill of Gatley: My Lords, I refer the House to the Autumn Statement made by my right honourable friend the Chancellor of the Exchequer in the House of Commons, copies of which have been made available in the Printed Paper Office, and the text of which will be printed in full in the Official Report. The following Statement was made earlier in the House of Commons. “This spending review delivers on the...

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

George Osborne: to 120 billion by 2020-21. This is a half a trillion pound commitment to the NHS over this Parliament—the largest investment in the health service since its creation. So we have a clear plan for improving the NHS. We have fully funded it, and in return patients will see more than 5 billion of health research in everything from genomes to antimicrobial resistance, a...

EU Referendum: Assessing the Reform Process (EUC Report) — Motion to Take Note (3 Nov 2015)

Lord Kerr of Kinlochard: My Lords, I welcome the report with all the enthusiasm of a former member of a team who, sacked by the manager and sold by the proprietor, hears that the team is still winning. My enthusiasm is enormous. I thought that the noble Lord, Lord Hamilton, showing all his customary understatement and finesse, was a little hard on the report. To even things up, I thought I would be hard on the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Commons Financial Privilege (28 Oct 2015)

Mark Durkan: Before we all join the Lords resistance army in a synthetic constitutional crisis, will the Leader of the House not acknowledge that the real issue is not the procedural powers of respective Houses in this Parliament, but the spending powers of hard-pressed and hard-working households in this country? In any review, will he ensure that our first priority is to get this House in order, not another?

[Geraint Davies in the Chair] — Tropical Diseases (27 Oct 2015)

Pauline Latham: ..., where there is a major malaria outbreak. Her charity has been on the ground in northern Uganda working with farming communities to help rebuild their lives after the 20-year war with the Lord’s Resistance Army. She has been there for about six years. Three of the districts the charity works in are among those affected by the malaria outbreak. The Department should look immediately...

Written Ministerial Statements — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Annual Update to Parliament on UK Support and Funding for International Justice (16 Jul 2015)

Philip Hammond: ...crimes, crimes against humanity helps to strengthen the rules based international system and makes a contribution towards building a safer more secure world. For example, in January 2015 Dominic Ongwen, a senior Commander in the Lord's Resistance Army, appeared before the International Criminal Court. This in itself was a major achievement for international efforts to end impunity for the...

Commonwealth War Graves Commission — Question for Short Debate (22 Jun 2015)

Lord Tugendhat: My Lords, last week my wife and I were at Waterloo for the commemorations of the 200th anniversary of that battle, and we saw the unveiling of the magnificent new monument to the British Army at the Hougoumont Farm. When I looked at the memorials, plaques and the other commemorations of those who fell, I was very struck to note that all of them were of officers—not just of officers but...

Defence: Budget — Question for Short Debate (17 Jun 2015)

Lord Dannatt: My Lords, while congratulating the Conservative Party on winning a clear majority at the recent general election, but noting that senior members of that party were quoted in the election campaign as saying that there were “no votes in defence”, and noting furthermore that, unlike the position in some other political parties, there was, and still is, a steadfast resistance to...

EU and Russia (EUC Report) — Motion to Take Note (24 Mar 2015)

Lord Elton: My Lords, I must begin by congratulating the noble Earl, Lord Oxford and Asquith, on what I can only describe as an impeccable maiden speech. I hope to hear him very often in future. I also thank my noble friend Lord Tugendhat and his team for an outstanding report from which I have learnt a very great deal—and I have learnt a great deal more from the debate that has followed. I have...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Lord's Resistance Army (24 Mar 2015)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what progress has been made in bringing Joseph Kony and the leaders of the Lord's Resistance Army to justice.

Afghanistan — [Mark Pritchard in the Chair] (11 Feb 2015)

Richard Benyon: ...Member for Broadland (Mr Simpson) on securing the debate. I first came across him at Sandhurst, where he was chairing a debate entitled “This house would rather be dead than red.” It being the Army, I was instructed to propose the motion, regardless of my views at the time. My hon. Friend spoke with his customary knowledge and intelligence about this difficult issue. He quoted...

Recall of MPs Bill — Report (Continued) (10 Feb 2015)

Lord Wallace of Saltaire: ...on both sides is partly because in those circumstances the likelihood of a national organisation being the first to come in to the arena and claim to be the accredited campaigner is part of the argument that we would resist. Incidentally, we do not assume, as I think that those who have spoken do, that there will be a huge imbalance on one side, with the poor MP left with only one sort of...

Crime Reduction Policies (22 Jan 2015)

John Martin McDonnell: ...of urgency about developing that and addressing the present issues. If we can expect such a level of problems, we must make sure a strategy for older prisoners is developed. The Government seem to have resisted that, almost semantically, in some respects—it seems that we have policies, but the Government refuse to accept that that is a strategy. I have never been completely sure why....

Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill — Second Reading (13 Jan 2015)

Lord Hannay of Chiswick: My Lords, my remarks on this Second Reading of the Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill will pose some critical questions about detailed aspects of the Bill, but they should in no sense be considered to signal opposition to the Bill—quite the contrary. The Government’s case for strengthening current counterterrorism legislation, faced as we are by a whole range of new...

Modern Slavery Bill: Committee (3rd Day) (8 Dec 2014)

Baroness Cox: My Lords, I rise to speak to Amendments 67, 72, 73, 74, 77 and 105, which seek to incorporate into the Bill the international dimension of modern slavery, which is currently missing—as has been highlighted by other noble Lords—although it was highlighted by the Home Secretary in the foreword to the Government’s recently published and very helpful Modern Slavery Strategy. The...

Modern Slavery Bill — Second Reading (17 Nov 2014)

Baroness Cox: My Lords, it is a great pleasure and privilege to congratulate the noble Baroness, Lady Chisholm of Owlpen, on her superb maiden speech. It was a powerful, moving and very constructive response to the important Bill before us today. As someone with a nursing background myself, it is an especial delight to welcome another former nurse to your Lordships’ House. As the noble Baroness was...

ISIL: Iraq and Syria — Statement (16 Oct 2014)

Baroness Anelay of St Johns: My Lords, I thank the noble Lord, Lord Bach, for his support for the Government’s position and for the measured and serious response that he always achieves in these matters. The noble Lord asked whether I would add my thanks and recognition for the work of the staff of the British Council. I am only too pleased to do so. All those who serve us in these capacities in situations of...

Iraq — Motion to Take Note (26 Sep 2014)

Lord Bach: ...the perilous action with skill, courage and their characteristic devotion to duty—and, of course, our hearts should be with the families who they leave behind. As for ground troops, our view is that the Government are right to resist putting substantial combat forces back into Iraq. There does not seem to be much public or parliamentary support for such action. But, as importantly,...

Armed Forces (Service Complaints and Financial Assistance) Bill [HL] — Committee (9 Jul 2014)

Lord Astor of Hever: My Lords, both the amendments in this group deal with an issue that was raised at Second Reading by a number of noble Lords, including the noble Lord, Lord Rosser, and the noble Baroness, Lady Dean. That issue is whether the family of a deceased person should be able to bring a complaint on their behalf or to continue a complaint where it was made before the person died. It is clear that...

Select Committee on Foreign Affairs: Backbench Business — Protecting Children in Conflict (3 Jul 2014)

Kerry McCarthy: .... What I saw there still resonates with me today. I went to the camps for internally displaced people in the north. That was at the beginning of the peace talks between the Government and the Lord’s Resistance Army, and there were about 1.5 million people living in the camps. I heard horrific stories about child soldiers who had been abducted by the Lord’s Resistance Army. More...

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