People matching ‘mali’
- Hanzala Malik (Lab, 6 May 2011 – ) – View recent appearances
- Shahid Malik (formerly Dewsbury, Lab, 5 May 2005 – 12 Apr 2010) – View recent appearances
- Humfrey Malins (formerly Woking, Con, 9 Jun 1983 – 12 Apr 2010) – View recent appearances
- Mr Richard Malins (formerly Wallingford, 7 Jul 1852 – 6 Jul 1865) – View recent appearances
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- Opposition Day — [14th Allotted Day] — Cyber-bullying: Persecution of Christians (3 December 2013) See 1 other result from this debate
Andrew Selous: ...Open Doors world watch list of countries in which persecution is most severe. It states that there is absolute persecution in North Korea; extreme persecution in Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, the Maldives, Mali, Iran, Yemen, Eritrea and Syria; and severe persecution in Sudan, Nigeria, Pakistan, Ethiopia, Uzbekistan, Libya, Laos, Turkmenistan, Qatar, Vietnam, Oman and...
- Armed Force: Constitution Committee Report — Motion to Take Note (28 November 2013)
Lord Wallace of Saltaire: ..., and confer legitimacy on, decisions to deploy UK forces in overseas conflicts. There have been, in this debate, a number of interventions saying that we needed to go further and that we should formalise that convention through a resolution of the House of Commons, although there has been a great deal of sympathy in this debate for the view that formalisation through statute would perhaps...
- Business of the House: Sexual Violence in Conflict (28 November 2013) See 1 other result from this debate
William Hague: ...society and women’s organisations there, while the basic infantry training we provide to Libyan troops will incorporate a sexual violence element. As I mentioned, we are doing the same in Mali. The right hon. Gentleman asked about Burma. We are providing support to legal assistance centres in Burmese refugee camps in Thailand and to trauma care camps in Kachin state, both of which...
- Written Ministerial Statements — Defence: Foreign Affairs Council (28 November 2013)
Andrew Murrison: .... On common security and defence policy (CSDP) operations, the UK welcomed the extension of Althea’s Executive mandate; supported the French view that European Union Training Mission in Mali (EUTM) should be extended, subject to a robust estimate of costs; and argued for a two-year extension to Atalanta’s mandate with a conditions-based end state. The UK also supported remarks...
- Written Answers — Defence: RAF Police (27 November 2013) See 1 other result from this answer
Jim Shannon: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many troops were deployed to Mali from the RAF protection police.
- Human Rights — Motion to Take Note (21 November 2013)
Baroness Warsi: ...so far been endorsed by 135 countries. The political campaigning has been underpinned by practical action that is already starting to take place in Bosnia-Herzegovina, the DRC, Kosovo, Libya and Mali and on the Syrian borders. I commend the right reverend Prelate the Bishop of Derby for referring to the White Ribbon project, to which I was able to lend support only yesterday; it is an...
- Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Maldives (21 November 2013)
Hugo Swire: ...now important that the new Government and the opposition work together constructively in the interests of all Maldivians and to avoid any acts of recrimination or retribution. Prior to my visit to Mali, I discussed the situation in the Maldives with our Commonwealth partners in the margins of the recent Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Colombo. The situation in the Maldives has...
- Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (20 November 2013)
Michael Meacher: Is the Prime Minister aware that, according to The Economist, Britain is now 159th lowest in the world in terms of business investment, just behind Mali, Paraguay and Guatemala? Will he therefore please tell the House when, under his esteemed leadership and that of his Chancellor, Britain can expect to catch up with Mali?
- Written Answers — International Development: Mali (20 November 2013)
Hugh Bayley: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development how much (a) ODA and (b) non-ODA aid has been allocated to be spent in Mali in 2013 and in subsequent years.
- Central African Republic and the Great Lakes Region — Question for Short Debate (18 November 2013)
Lord Chidgey: ...in the increasingly vital action. There are serious questions that I hope the Minister will be able to answer. For example, as noble Lords have mentioned, will the French continue to take the lead in the CAR, as they did in Mali? Will the UK continue to play a subordinate role, limited to urging the AU to engage more and to supporting the French, while not becoming directly involved? Most...
- Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Commonwealth Meeting and the Philippines (18 November 2013)
Stephen O'Brien: ...and anxieties about alleged war crimes. We therefore need to follow the process proposed by the Prime Minister, however good the truth and reconciliation processes have been in South Africa and Mali.
- Written Answers — Defence: Mali (18 November 2013)
Hugh Bayley: ...Defence (1) how many (a) military and (b) civilian defence personnel and what military capabilities or components were committed to support the French-led Operation Serval to free territory in Mali from control by rebel and terrorist forces; (2) what (a) military, (b) civilian defence personnel, (c) military capabilities and components and (d) financial contributions are committed to...
- Written Answers — Defence: Mali (18 November 2013)
Hugh Bayley: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what his policy is on the extension of the mandate of the EU Training Mission in Mali beyond the initial 15 month period.
- Written Answers — Home Department: Asylum: Females (12 November 2013)
Mark Harper: ...) 2011 2 — 2 — — 1 — — Kenya (27%) Kenya 2001, 2011* 17 28 33 41 24 23 18 11 Liberia (66%) — 1 1 — 4 — 1 1 — Mali (89%) — — 2 — — 1 1 — — Mauritania (69%) Mauritania 2005 — 1 — — — — — — Niger (2%)...
- Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Sexual Offences (1 November 2013)
Mark Simmonds: ...of the UK team of experts to help conflict-affected countries. Through these deployments we have worked with a number of governments, including in Bosnia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mali and Kosovo to help them develop measures that have had immediate benefit on the lives of women, men and child survivors of sexual violence. It complements the work of the Department for...
- Defence Reforms (17 October 2013)
John Baron: ...high readiness if we are to meet the challenges that lie ahead. There is no disguising among the military their frustration about the fact that they could not have been more supportive to the French in Mali. The penny may have dropped on that side of the channel, but it has not yet dropped on this side. I must ask the Minister whether 40 days’ training is really enough. Let us be...
- Drugs — Motion to Take Note (17 October 2013)
Lord Teverson: ...Guinea-Bissau into a hub for illicit commerce, particularly the multibillion dollar international trade in cocaine. This has directly contributed to instability in Senegal, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Nigeria, and elsewhere in Africa … Drawn by the lucrative revenues, al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb and other militant groups in West Africa have also been linked to...