Results 61–80 of 3554 for speaker:Tony Lloyd

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Marine Environment (8 Mar 2018)

Tony Lloyd: My hon. Friend the Member for Huddersfield (Mr Sheerman) is right that the threats to our oceans are international, not national. It is good to take action on plastics locally, but plastics in the sea, the acidification threatening coral reefs and many other things call for international action. What leadership will this Government give at that level?

Fire Safety and Cladding — [Mr Gary Streeter in the Chair] (6 Mar 2018)

Tony Lloyd: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Streeter, and the fact that you managed to allow 19 people to contribute to this debate is significant. I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Croydon North (Mr Reed). He spoke only briefly today, but I know the assiduous work that he has put into this issue over a long time. His constituents should be proud of what he is trying to...

Fire Safety and Cladding — [Mr Gary Streeter in the Chair] (6 Mar 2018)

Tony Lloyd: I hope the Minister is listening, because that demand is coming from all parts of the House. At this level, the matter is not party political; we have a recognition that we need the Government to act as the Government. They are the only responsible agency that can begin to show the determination. We cannot wait for the courts. My hon. Friend the Member for Croydon North said that the property...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Vulnerable Witnesses (6 Mar 2018)

Tony Lloyd: What assessment his Department has made of the time taken to bring to court criminal cases involving vulnerable witnesses.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Vulnerable Witnesses (6 Mar 2018)

Tony Lloyd: The Minister is absolutely right that there are complexities in cases of, for example, child sexual abuse or rape. Nevertheless, constant, even legitimate, adjournments in cases can lead to months of delay. Sometimes, it takes years before victims come to court. Victims who are already traumatised by what has happened to them deserve better than to be traumatised by the process. Can we make...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: M60: Repairs and Maintenance (5 Mar 2018)

Tony Lloyd: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what assessment has been made of the efficacy of the working practices relating to the smart motorway construction work on the westbound carriageway of the M60; and if he will make a statement.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Strategic Threats (5 Mar 2018)

Tony Lloyd: What recent assessment he has made of the preparedness of the armed forces to adapt to new and changing strategic threats.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Strategic Threats (5 Mar 2018)

Tony Lloyd: The Defence Secretary will recognise, given his earlier answers, that the threats that we face—both conventional and from new forms of technology—are massive and varied, and come not simply from Russia, but from many different sources. In that context, he talks about a fiscally non-neutral defence review. Will he tell us whether the Chancellor has agreed to sign up to that process?

Written Answers — Department for Transport: M60: Repairs and Maintenance (1 Mar 2018)

Tony Lloyd: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, when the works on the westbound carriageway of the M60 will be concluded.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: M60: Repairs and Maintenance (1 Mar 2018)

Tony Lloyd: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what the original anticipated date was for the conclusion of smart motorway construction work on the westbound carriageway of the M60.

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Topical Questions (1 Mar 2018)

Tony Lloyd: The western side of the M60, in the process of the upgrading to the smart motorway system, has seen congestion, gridlock and horror for commuting traffic on a daily basis. Even now, the 50 mph limit remains in place. When will we see progress?

Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland: Border Arrangements (28 Feb 2018)

Tony Lloyd: The Minister is doing his level best to fudge the principal question: if we go into the negotiations with a view that there will be no hard border between the Republic and Northern Ireland and no hard border down the Irish sea, how do we begin to negotiate—what is the mechanism?

Mental Health Act: CQC Report (27 Feb 2018)

Tony Lloyd: The Minister rightly said that police cells are inappropriate places to detain people with mental health breakdown, but she and the Government must address the fact that the police have a duty of care to people in mental health crisis until they can deliver them to qualified mental health professionals. The right facilities are simply not available everywhere, and we must make sure that they...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Alcohol Abuse (26 Feb 2018)

Tony Lloyd: I was one of those who was persuaded years back that we needed to reform our late-night drinking laws. The reality is that this has been a failure. Will the Government seriously consider talking to our police forces and local authorities about how we can ensure a more rational way of dealing with late-night drinking, so that we do not see the problems that it currently causes?

PRAYERS - [Mr Speaker in the Chair] : Organ Donation (Deemed Consent) Bill — [Mr Speaker in the Chair] (23 Feb 2018)

Tony Lloyd: My hon. Friend is making an excellent speech, and I am, of course, here to support him. The sad reality is, however, that behind every organ donation is someone who has died. It is right and proper for there to be facilities for children to receive donated organs, but that means a very sensitive time for the donor’s parents, who have lost a child of their own. How might it be possible...

Justice Committee (22 Feb 2018)

Tony Lloyd: I congratulate the hon. Gentleman and the Committee on an excellent, timely and important report. However, while it does move us forward, if we are to change our prisons from being simply places of detention in various outrageous conditions to being places where rehabilitation is central—which is what they ought to be—we still have an awfully long journey to travel. Her...

Air Quality (22 Feb 2018)

Tony Lloyd: In Greater Manchester, like in many other areas, the real issue with nitrogen oxides is from heavy goods vehicles and old buses. We have to begin to think about a bus scrappage scheme and incentives to get old lorries off the roads. How would the Minister respond to that?

Business of the House (22 Feb 2018)

Tony Lloyd: The Leader of the House will be well aware of legislation passed last year to prevent the mass farming of tickets by ticket touts, but when we read that tickets for “Hamilton”, for example, are now being retailed at £6,000, which is absolutely outrageous and ridiculous, is it not time that we had more comprehensive legislation dealing with ticket touting? Can we have an early...

Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review (21 Feb 2018)

Tony Lloyd: The Secretary of State will be aware that many of the women who took Primodos would not necessarily have known at the time that that was what they were taking or what the consequences were, and it is only later that they may have realised what took place. How will they be brought into the review? If there is to be compensation at some point, what will the test be? It would be unfair for them...

Social Housing and Regeneration: Earl’s Court and West Kensington (20 Feb 2018)

Tony Lloyd: Thank you, Mr Owen. I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Hammersmith (Andy Slaughter). He made a powerful speech that was clearly embedded in the needs of the people he represents, some of whom have come here today to hear the debate and others of whom will want to know the outcome. I say kindly to the Minister that there is a real expectation that today we begin to move the...


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