Results 81–100 of 342 for speaker:Khalid Mahmood

Opposition Day — [2nd Allotted Day]: Skills and Growth (17 Jun 2015)

Khalid Mahmood: I would be very happy to vote for it. The Government should take responsibility for what they have said. I have a huge interest in apprenticeships. I left school with CSEs—many people probably do not know what they were—but I was fortunate to get an apprenticeship through what was then the Engineering Industry Training Board. I spent my first year doing off-the-job training, then...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (4 Mar 2015)

Khalid Mahmood: If he will list his official engagements for Wednesday 4 March.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (4 Mar 2015)

Khalid Mahmood: The Chancellor was asked six times this morning whether he had had conversations with Lord Green about tax avoidance. He refused to answer. Will the Prime Minister now clarify whether he or the Chancellor had conversations with Lord Green when he was a trade Minister about tax avoidance at HSBC?

Business of the House (15 Jan 2015)

Khalid Mahmood: My constituent Julie Hambleton and her family, along with the families of all the victims of the 1974 pub bombings in Birmingham, have been suffering for 40 years and continue to suffer as the perpetrators of that heinous act have not been brought to justice. They have tried to make an appointment to see the Prime Minister but that has not been possible. May we have a debate in this House so...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Terrorist Attacks (Paris) (14 Jan 2015)

Khalid Mahmood: The acts in Paris were carried out by terrorists, not in my name or that of the religion that I follow. I want to put the record straight on that. These people are totally and unreservedly condemned for the attacks. After the Joint Committee on the draft Data Communications Bill objected to the original Bill, the Home Secretary said that she would make proposals. What are they, where are...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (7 Jan 2015)

Khalid Mahmood: I ask the Prime Minister once again: will he apologise to all those who have suffered and continue to suffer in A and E departments across the country, due to his mismanagement of the national health service?

Funeral Services: Clause 18 — Authority-to-carry schemes (9 Dec 2014)

Khalid Mahmood: The hon. Gentleman is far more informed on these matters than I am, and I certainly would not argue with him about that. This is a similar approach, but it psychologically categorises the processes within that and shows how it can be dealt with. It is easier for the people operating these systems to be able to recognise particular behavioural patterns and to deal with them. This does do what...

Funeral Services: Clause 18 — Authority-to-carry schemes (9 Dec 2014)

Khalid Mahmood: While endorsing everything my right hon. Friend the Member for Delyn (Mr Hanson) has said and in restating some of the issues around costs and capability, I think it important in considering this part of the Bill not to experience the same things that we have experienced before. I am thinking of Abu Rumaysah who unfortunately made his way across the sea to join ISIS, putting on his Twitter...

Funeral Services: Clause 12 — TPIMs: overnight residence measure (9 Dec 2014)

Khalid Mahmood: Does the hon. Gentleman have an alternative proposal to put to the Committee?

Deferred Divisions (2 Dec 2014)

Khalid Mahmood: Following on from what my right hon. Friend the Member for Leicester East (Keith Vaz) said, a study has been done by Professor Kam Bhui of Queen Mary university of 600 people from London and Bradford—it should have been Birmingham, but it was not—on a clinical and psychological basis. That provides a certain way forward although it does not address the issue of ideology.

Deferred Divisions (2 Dec 2014)

Khalid Mahmood: When we start to engage with those with radical views that differ substantially from the views of the general Muslim community and of Islam, allowing them access at that level sets us back, because instead of putting their views forward, they put the whole radical doctrine and ideology forward, which weakens the entire case. We have done too much of that here in the past. We need to start to...

Overseas Voters (15 Year Rule): Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill (2 Dec 2014)

Khalid Mahmood: Today and over the past 10 days or so, the vast majority of people in the Muslim community in the United Kingdom, which numbers between 2.5 million and 3 million people, will have been apprehensive about what the Bill holds for them, how they will come to look at it and in what way they must play a part in delivering this policy and moving it forward. There will, of course, be those who will...

Overseas Voters (15 Year Rule): Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill (2 Dec 2014)

Khalid Mahmood: I certainly agree that there are issues of Islamophobia in terms of employment, but it comes to something when people call me Islamophobic because of the work I did with the Trojan horse schools. Control of the press is difficult, given the way it sometimes tries to—excuse the pun—“sex up” certain issues. That is difficult to deal with and we need a far wiser press to...

Overseas Voters (15 Year Rule): Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill (2 Dec 2014)

Khalid Mahmood: Does my right hon. Friend agree that that is the reason why we had to tackle the issues of the Trojan horse schools in Birmingham, which were deliberately separately pupils, putting young girls to the back of the class and not giving them the same opportunities as boys, further reinforcing that stereotype?

Overseas Voters (15 Year Rule): Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill (2 Dec 2014)

Khalid Mahmood: Does my right hon. Friend believe that the apprehension of passports requires proper border agency staffing, which the Home Secretary has cut by 50%? She is now proposing to cut the police by 30,000 in the next period, which will make it extremely difficult for any of the actions set out in the Bill to be carried out.

[Mark Pritchard in the Chair] — Backbench Business — Palestine (1 Dec 2014)

Khalid Mahmood: It is always a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mrs Brooke. I thank my hon. Friend the Member for Easington (Grahame M. Morris) for securing the debate, and I add my thanks to all those who signed the petition to enable us to have this debate. We are all aware of the action in Gaza during the summer months, its effects on the people of Gaza and all the buildings that were...

[Mark Pritchard in the Chair] — Backbench Business — Palestine (1 Dec 2014)

Khalid Mahmood: It is close enough. He talked about the issues surrounding that vote. I think that the people in Israel who are hellbent on taking such action need to recognise the strength of that vote. The old dynamics are changing significantly, because the former controls on news and media have changed significantly. People have much more control of the media and the reports that they receive, and they...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (26 Nov 2014)

Khalid Mahmood: On Saturday, I attended the service at Birmingham cathedral along with the families of those who lost loved ones in the 1974 pub bombings. They are all agreed, after a 40-year-long wait, that there is still no action to bring to justice the perpetrators of that action. Will the Prime Minister confirm what action he is going to take?

Business of the House: Iraq: Coalition Against ISIL (26 Sep 2014)

Khalid Mahmood: We are here again to discuss the issue of stability and conflict in the middle east. It appears that we have not learned the lessons of a decade ago. I made one of my first speeches in this House, soon after my maiden speech, after 9/11. It is clear that we have not taken forward those lessons to provide stability for the region over the last 14 years or so. Instead, what we and the...

Business of the House: Iraq: Coalition Against ISIL (26 Sep 2014)

Khalid Mahmood: I thank the hon. Gentleman for doing that. I am very keen to get on to the question of the situation today. I will vote later today in favour of providing support to the Iraqi Government, because they have rightly asked us to do so. I will go further: there will be a need for us to provide support on the ground in order to finish the job. The job needs to be finished off properly; if it is...


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