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Former Conservative MP, Woking , 9 Jun 1983 – 12 Apr 2010

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Written Ministerial Statements — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Foreign Affairs Council and General Affairs Council: 18 January (27 Jan 2016)

David Lidington: ...for cooperation with the Council of Europe in 2016 – 2017.The Council set a financial reference amount of EUR 14 850 000 to cover the expenditure related to the EU’s CSDP mission in Mali (EUCAP Sahel Mali between 15 January 2016 and 14 January 2017.The Council adopted a decision supporting the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC).The Council concluded that all the...

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum (26 Jan 2016)

Lord Bates: ... 3 3 2 13 Lebanon 1 2 6 5 14 Liberia 1 1 2 Libya 7 114 73 57 86 337 Malawi 2 4 10 15 9 40 Malaysia 1 2 3 6 Maldives 1 1 Mali 1 2 1 1 1 6 Mauritius 1 2 3 4 10 MEXICO 2 2 Mongolia 1 2 3 2 8 Morocco 3 6 6 3 18 Nepal 4 3 33 37 25 102 Nigeria 6 12 94 142...

Central and East Africa (25 Jan 2016)

Andrew Mitchell: ...some of the richest real estate. In northern Nigeria, where DFID has done such good work, Boko Haram has been destroying the lives of ordinary people, although the position has got far more difficult for it under the new President of Nigeria. In Mali, we have seen the terror that has gripped local people. It is worth noting that Mali produces cotton, but, despite excellent attempts by...

Written Answers — Department for International Development: Burkina Faso: Overseas Aid (21 Jan 2016)

Nick Hurd: ...provided over 16m of bilateral humanitarian and development funding to Burkina Faso. This includes humanitarian assistance to prevent and treat malnutrition and provide support to refugees from Mali, work with communities to end female genital mutilation, and support to improve regional trade in West Africa. Whilst DFID does not require multilateral organisations to give a breakdown...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Burkina Faso: Military Aid (21 Jan 2016)

Penny Mordaunt: ...capacity to address the security threats they face. Our major regional contributions are in Nigeria; at the HQ of the Multi-National Joint Task Force; and in support of the EU Training Mission in Mali. We are, though, supporting the Burkina Faso armed forces, together with a number of other African militaries, through our participation in regional training exercises.

Cultural Property: Hague Convention — Question for Short Debate (14 Jan 2016)

Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws: ...Article 8 of the Rome Statute, which established the International Criminal Court. I saw only recently that Mrs Fatou Bensouda, the lead prosecutor at that court, has insisted after the destruction of sites in Mali by Ansar Dine that perpetrators will be held accountable because these are war crimes. However, they are not only war crimes. Those of us concerned with international law would...

NATO and the European Union — Question for Short Debate (7 Dec 2015)

Lord Lee of Trafford: ...excellent opening contribution—is that co-operation between ourselves and France is far greater than is acknowledged and the public is aware of. We are conscious of what we did to help the French in Mali, in terms of heavy lift, and, more recently, the reciprocal help by France in maritime patrols, where we are currently sadly deficient. I remember a very early briefing that the...

Syria: UK Military Action — Motion to Take Note (2 Dec 2015)

Baroness Uddin: My Lords, few will fail to recoil at the horror of the atrocities committed by the brutal force of Daesh, and events in Tunisia, Turkey, Iraq, Mali, Kenya and Paris last month will have brought into our sharpest focus the wantonness of the threat from the terrorists. Fewer still will not want to see the eradication of a dissolute band of fanatics whose ideas undermine the very universal...

Business of the House: ISIL in Syria (2 Dec 2015)

Martin Vickers: ...forward, but sadly I am not yet convinced of this one. We want to help and support our French neighbours because, unlike the suffering that we often see on our TV screens in, say, Gaza, Yemen or Mali, which tend to be distant places, we can readily identify with them. They have a Christian heritage and the eternal values associated with that. Many of us have perhaps even been to the same...

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

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: ...for every Member of this House and beyond when I say that at this juncture our thoughts go out to all those who have been affected by the horrific attacks we have seen recently in Paris, Beirut, Mali and, most recently, Tunisia, and indeed to all those who have suffered from terrorist attacks across the world. We in Britain, across the country, irrespective of who we are, where we came...

Opposition Day — [11th Allotted Day]: Trident (24 Nov 2015)

Ronnie Cowan: ...war two, the nuclear deterrent has not stopped wars in Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, the Falkland Islands—I could list 20 or 30 more countries. It has not deterred terrorist attacks in London, Tunisia, Mali, Paris or New York. If nuclear weapons have proved to be completely inadequate in preventing those wars and atrocities, what are its successes? What threat does Trident address, and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Political Stability: North Africa (24 Nov 2015)

Stephen Doughty: I am sure the Foreign Secretary will join us in expressing outrage at the terrorist atrocity in Mali in which 22 people, citizens of Mali, China, Russia, Belgium, Burkina, Israel, Lebanon, the US and Senegal, were slaughtered. Given that we now see al-Qaeda, Boko Haram and Daesh-affiliated organisations operating across the Sahel and the Maghreb, including in Tunisia and Libya, will the...

Isil: National Security and Defence (23 Nov 2015)

David Cameron: ...deployments, but I am still convinced that there is more we can do. There should be a great affinity between the British and French military. As we have seen from the successful French campaign in Mali, and from all the work we have done in countries as far afield as Afghanistan and Nigeria, there is a lot we can do by learning from each other and working together to make the world a safer...

Isil: EU Withdrawal (23 Nov 2015)

Ian Lucas: The UK, together with other EU partners, has worked hard in areas—such as in Mali on EU training missions—which have made a significant contribution to defence. Will the Government give close consideration to how such missions would continue if Britain were to withdraw from the EU?

Illicit Arms Trade (Africa) (16 Nov 2015)

James Duddridge: ...and ratifying. We contributed 150,000 towards a conference in August this year that helped states to look at the issue of signing and ratification. I am pleased that over 20 African nations did sign, including Mali and Nigeria. Her Majesty’s Government stand ready to offer our expertise and, where possible and appropriate, to assist any state that wants to accede but currently...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: United Nations: Peacekeeping Operations (16 Nov 2015)

Penny Mordaunt: Over the past 10 years, UK military personnel have been deployed to a number of UN mandated peacekeeping missions including: Cyprus (UNFICYP), Mali (MINUSMA), South Sudan (UNMISS), Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUSCO), Liberia (UNMIL), Dafur (UNAMID), UNAMI (IRAQ), UNIOSIL (Sierra Leone), UNMIK (Kosovo), UNOMIG (Georgia), UNMIN (Nepal), UNAMA (Afghanistan), UNSOM (Somalia) and UNSMIL...

Bilateral Trade: United Kingdom and Africa — Question for Short Debate (11 Nov 2015)

Lord Sheikh: ...we can engage. Many different African states are currently or have recently been members of the much-admired “7% club”. Last year, Ethiopia, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ivory Coast, Mozambique, Chad, Mali, Tanzania and Rwanda all achieved growth of 7% or more. I believe that the tendency to view Africa as an “all-in-one” model is a major challenge that...

UN: Senior Appointments — Question for Short Debate (10 Sep 2015)

Baroness Hodgson of Abinger: ...ground. Peacekeeping plays a critical role in preventing conflict, bringing stability and mitigating humanitarian crises. I understand that today the UN has 16 peacekeeping operations on four continents, with 125,000 peacekeepers. Last December, I visited Mali, where the peacekeeping mission has come under attack and is suffering heavy losses. However, UN peacekeeping has had its...

Written Answers — Home Office: Deportation (10 Sep 2015)

James Brokenshire: ...0 Liberia 2 3 0 Libya 8 24 18 Liechtenstein 0 0 0 Lithuania 193 324 425 Luxembourg 1 2 0 Macau 3 2 3 Macedonia 1 3 3 Madagascar 1 0 1 Malawi 61 51 22 Malaysia 147 127 82 Maldives 0 1 0 Mali 1 2 4 Malta 6 8 5 Marshall Islands 0 0 0 Martinique 0 0 0 Mauritania 1 0 1 Mauritius 52 56 43 Mayotte 0 0 0 Mexico 52 19 14 Micronesia 0 0 0 Moldova 24 12 5 Monaco 0 0 1 Mongolia...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Sahel (9 Sep 2015)

Grant Shapps: ...Africa and senior officials have followed events in the Sahel closely. The UK has also continued to show leadership in the Sahel through participation in international Missions such as the UN Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) and EU training missions in Mali and Niger. The Government will keep its representation in the Sahel under review.

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