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Attorney General: Crown Prosecution Service: Case Backlog ( 9 Jul 2020)

Suella Braverman: The Lord Chancellor and I discuss a range of criminal justice issues on a regular basis. As the hon. Gentleman will know, the Ministry of Justice is leading the court recovery plan, which it published last week. That plan includes a suite of measures, both legislative and non-legislative. The point is that nothing is decided, but I can reassure him that I am deeply committed to the right to...

Attorney General: Financial Crime: Prosecution Rates (16 Sep 2021)

Suella Braverman: My hon. Friend rightly highlights the significant increase in cyber-crime. I am particularly interested in the issue, and last year I addressed the Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime and outlined that cyber-crime is a key priority for this Government. That is why in March this year the CPS launched its first ever economic crime strategy, to ensure that it remains ahead of the...

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Portsmouth Port (14 Jun 2018)

Suella Braverman: Ministers from across Government have carried out an extensive ongoing programme of engagement on EU exit - with businesses and industry bodies from all sectors of the economy and in all parts of the UK. In January 2017, Lord Bridges visited Portsmouth and attended a roundtable with local businesses to seek their perspective. Ministers have also met with representatives from a range of UK...

Attorney General: Mobile Phone Data: Criminal Trials (16 Sep 2021)

Suella Braverman: Effective handling of digital information is crucial to ensuring robust disclosure practices and effective trials. Alongside the Home Secretary and the Lord Chancellor, I will be co-hosting a tech event later this year with industry experts to investigate novel approaches to managing mobile device data throughout the criminal justice process. The revised disclosure guidelines that I published...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Question ( 6 Jan 2022)

Suella Braverman: Any request for my advice is subject to the Law Officers’ Convention and this includes discussions with Cabinet colleagues on the compatibility of proposed legislation with international law. The UK prides itself on its leadership within the international system, and that it discharges its international obligations in good faith. Either the Solicitor General or I attend the...

Attorney General: Disclosure Between All Parties in Criminal Justice System ( 7 Jul 2022)

Suella Braverman: My hon. Friend raises a real priority for the Government. These guidelines will mean fewer unnecessary intrusions into a victim’s private life and more interactions with victims to help them understand the process. All of this will mean that victims are more engaged, there is less attrition and the process is swifter but just as effective. It is unfortunate that some Labour Members have...

People of African Descent in the United Kingdom - Question (17 Apr 2023)

Lord Popat: ...that we have an amazing record when it comes to challenging racism and celebrating diversity? Four of our five most senior Cabinet Ministers have African origins, including our Prime Minister and Suella Braverman, from Kenya; James Cleverly, from Sierra Leone; and Kemi Badenoch, from Nigeria. We have an amazing record that we should always celebrate, so I really do not agree with the...

Attorney General: Supreme Court Judgments: Scottish Parliament Legislative Proposals (18 Nov 2021)

Suella Braverman: I welcome the unanimous decision of the Supreme Court to agree with the Law Officers that all provisions raised by virtue of our reference under section 33 of the Scotland Act 1998 were outside the legislative competence of the Scottish Parliament. It is for the benefit of all citizens throughout the UK that both Governments operate within their respective powers, as set out in the Scotland...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Administration of Justice: Disclosure of Information ( 5 Nov 2020)

Suella Braverman: I am delighted that my revised Disclosure Guidelines have now been published. These Guidelines will come into force on 31 December and will be key to the requisite culture change and thinking approach needed when investigators and prosecutors carry out their disclosure obligations. This will ensure that better, fairer decisions are made in criminal cases, which will help to ensure that...

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Motor Vehicles: Manufacturing Industries (13 Sep 2018)

Suella Braverman: Ministers in my Department and across Government continue to engage with companies from all sectors and across the country - including with the car manufacturing sector - to hear their priorities and issues as we leave the European Union. In July we hosted a business engagement event at Chevening House. Representatives from the automotive manufacturing sector with a presence in the West...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Family Courts: Domestic Abuse (23 Jul 2019)

Suella Braverman: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, if he will launch an independent inquiry into family courts in England and Wales to establish (a) how victims of domestic violence are treated, (b) whether the process under which parents convicted of domestic violence are given access to children is adequate and (c) whether the courts should be more transparent in their handling of domestic violence...

Attorney General: Refugee Rights: International Law (16 Sep 2021)

Suella Braverman: The Government are committed to addressing the unacceptable rise in dangerous and unnecessary small boat crossings, and are continuing to explore all options available to bring the numbers down. Our primary focus is on preventing people from entering the channel, tackling the criminal gangs responsible and protecting lives. As part of the Home Office’s ongoing operational response, it will...

Prayers - [Mr Speaker in the Chair] : Conversion Practices (Prohibition) Bill — [Mr Speaker in the Chair] ( 1 Mar 2024)

Suella Braverman: The hon. Gentleman puts that incredibly well. It reminds me of Edmund Burke, who said: “Bad laws are the worst sort of tyranny.” Bad laws make bad customs, and in this place we want to avoid good people making bad laws. I am afraid that the coverage by the legislation of all sorts of horrendous behaviour that is being talked about means that there is no good reason for it. It is a bad law.

1. Questions to the Minister for Social Justice and Chief Whip: Questions Without Notice from Party Spokespeople (11 Oct 2023)

Jane Hutt: I associate myself entirely with your statement and your points that you've made, in terms of the rise of this hostility, particularly from our Home Secretary, Suella Braverman. I was very pleased to meet with the 'HOPE not hate' movement recently, and I'm sure you have got, I know, in Llanelli—'HOPE not hate' groups have been active across Wales. Last week the Home Secretary, Suella...

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: British Nationals Abroad and EU Nationals (18 Oct 2018)

Suella Braverman: The Prime Minister has been clear that in the unlikely event that we reach March 2019 without agreeing a deal, we want EU citizens to stay and their rights will be protected. Ministers and Ambassadors have been engaging across the EU to stress that we would expect the same treatment for UK nationals in the EU, should we not reach a deal. Most recently Minister Robin Walker stressed this in...

Written Answers — Home Office: Undocumented Migrants: English Channel ( 6 Feb 2023)

Suella Braverman: Small boats crossings perpetuated by evil people-smuggling gangs are illegal, life-threatening, and unnecessary. New legislation will make it crystal clear that if you enter this country illegally you will not be allowed to stay and will instead be detained and promptly removed. I am clear that the British public want us to stop the boats, and I call on Honourable Members opposite to back our...

Attorney General: Serious Fraud Office: Proceeds of Crime ( 5 Nov 2020)

Suella Braverman: In 2019-20, the Serious Fraud Office secured more than £13 million in new financial orders against criminals it investigated, with payments received against previous orders totalling more than £7 million. That strong performance has continued this year. In July, the SFO secured confiscation orders totalling £5.45 million against former Afren employees, and in September, the SFO used for...

Attorney General: CPS in Mid-Wales ( 7 Jul 2022)

Suella Braverman: I visited the CPS in Wales in February and was pleased to be able to speak to the hard-working and dedicated prosecutors about their work, which has also been praised in a recent report from the CPS inspectorate. I know that the hon. Member had a productive meeting with the Chief Crown Prosecutor for Wales recently, and I hope he will join me in commending the area for its strong performance...

Exiting the European Union: Fishermen (25 Oct 2018)

Suella Braverman: All European maritime and fisheries fund projects approved before the UK leaves the EU will be fully funded under the Treasury guarantee, even when those projects are not completed by the UK exit date. Work is under way to consider the long-term future of all the programmes that are currently EU funded. Leaving the EU means that we will want to take our own decisions about how to deliver the...

Attorney General: Fraud and Economic Crime (24 Mar 2022)

Suella Braverman: Economic crime is highly complex. In the year ending September 2021, the CPS prosecuted 7,609 defendants where fraud and forgery were the principal offence, with a conviction rate of 84.9%. As for the SFO, it performed strongly last year: in 2021, it secured three deferred prosecution agreements, including one with Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited involving a financial settlement of £103...


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