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Petition - Recommendations of the Infected Blood Inquiry (15 May 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: I rise to present this petition on behalf of constituents in Aberavon, on the same terms as those presented by my hon. Friends the Members for Newport East (Jessica Morden) and for Batley and Spen (Kim Leadbeater). I pay tribute to my right hon. Friend the Member for Kingston upon Hull North (Dame Diana Johnson) for her unstinting work in pursuing justice for the victims. My constituent...

Petition - Recommendations of the Infected Blood Inquiry (15 May 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: I rise to present this petition on behalf of constituents in Aberavon, on the same terms as those presented by my hon. Friends the Members for Newport East (Jessica Morden) and for Batley and Spen (Kim Leadbeater). I pay tribute to my right hon. Friend the Member for Kingston upon Hull North (Dame Diana Johnson) for her unstinting work in pursuing justice for the victims. My constituent...

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Republic of Ireland (15 May 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, whether there are (a) formal and (b) informal arrangements between the UK and Republic of Ireland governments on the (i) provision of biometric and other data on asylum seekers and (ii) removal of asylum seekers from the Republic of Ireland to the UK.

Illegal Migration Act: Northern Ireland (14 May 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: The Conservative chaos continues. It truly beggars belief that just weeks after the Prime Minister negotiated the Windsor framework in February last year, he promptly brought forward immigration legislation that appears to have left Northern Ireland with immigration rules that are different from those for the rest of the UK. Concerns about the Illegal Migration Act 2023 were raised at the...

Illegal Migration Act: Northern Ireland (14 May 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: The Conservative chaos continues. It truly beggars belief that just weeks after the Prime Minister negotiated the Windsor framework in February last year, he promptly brought forward immigration legislation that appears to have left Northern Ireland with immigration rules that are different from those for the rest of the UK. Concerns about the Illegal Migration Act 2023 were raised at the...

Palestinians: Visa Scheme — [Martin Vickers in the Chair] (13 May 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: The Minister will be aware that there was recently a court challenge and it was ruled that the Government’s policy on biometric deferrals was unlawful. The Home Office has been forced to issue new, interim unsafe journey guidance for cases in which someone is unable to travel safely to a visa application centre, so I am just wondering when the Government are planning to publish that new,...

Palestinians: Visa Scheme — [Martin Vickers in the Chair] (13 May 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairship, Mr Hollobone. I thank my hon. Friend the Member for Lancaster and Fleetwood (Cat Smith) for bringing forward this extremely important debate on behalf of the Petitions Committee and the 103,000 constituents across the country who signed the petition. I also thank all hon. Members present for what has been an incredibly powerful and moving...

Palestinians: Visa Scheme — [Martin Vickers in the Chair] (13 May 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: I thank the hon. Lady for that intervention. We are saying that there is a family visa scheme that exists but that is not operational, so we have to make it operational. We are proposing the method of in-principle assessment, followed by assistance, so that we can then have the biometric tests in a visa application centre. The UK Government must continue to push for an immediate ceasefire,...

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Republic of Ireland ( 8 May 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what information his Department holds on the number of asylum seekers that have (a) entered the Republic of Ireland by crossing the land border from Northern Ireland and (b) been returned to the UK from the Republic of Ireland at the request of the Irish Government in the most recent period for which figures are available.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Electronic Tagging ( 8 May 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many asylum claimants, excluding foreign national offenders, have been subject to electronic monitoring as a condition of immigration bail since 1 January 2024.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Asylum: Rwanda ( 7 May 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, with reference to the speech entitled Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s statement on the plan to stop the boats, published by the Prime Minister’s office on 22 April 2024, what the evidential basis is for the statement that the judiciary have identified 150 judges who could provide over 5,000 sitting days to deal with challenges to the removal of...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Asylum: Rwanda ( 7 May 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what recent discussions he has had with the (a) Lady Chief Justice and (b) Senior President of Tribunals on the deployment of judges to deal with cases specifically related to the Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Act 2024.

Business and Trade: Steel Supply Chain Jobs ( 2 May 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: What steps she is taking to support jobs in steel supply chains.

Business and Trade: Steel Supply Chain Jobs ( 2 May 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: When it is finally introduced, the carbon border adjustment mechanism will provide a vital tool to ensure that British steelworkers have a level playing field so that they can compete against heavily polluting steel industries in other parts of the world, but recent media reports have indicated that India is lobbying No. 10 for an exemption from the UK CBAM. Does the Minister recognise that...

Business and Trade: Topical Questions ( 2 May 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: Yesterday, the BBC reported on expert analysis that has been submitted to the transition board, indicating that cutting 2,800 directly employed Tata Steel employees could lead to up to 9,500 additional job losses, due to the huge number of contractors and sub-contractors who are indirectly employed by Tata. When the Government handed £500 million of taxpayers’ money to Tata to do that...

Immigration Update ( 1 May 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: I thank the Minister for advance sight of his statement, but I have to say that this really is getting quite difficult to watch. Not for the first time, the Minister has come to the Dispatch Box desperately fishing for compliments, when it is his Government, his Home Secretary and his Prime Minister who are the cause of the catastrophic state of both the work-based migration and asylum...

Port Talbot Steelworks (30 Apr 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: The Port Talbot steelworkers in my constituency have given their life to the steel industry and to Tata Steel. The reckless deal that has been done by the UK Government and Tata is a hammer blow for them, and we hope that there is still time for the employer and the unions to come together, drop the bad deal for steel, and adopt the compelling and robust multi-union deal instead. May I ask...

Port Talbot Steelworks (30 Apr 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: indicated dissent.

Partner and Spousal Visas: Minimum Income — [Sir George Howarth in the Chair] (23 Apr 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: The Government are terrified of scrutiny.

Partner and Spousal Visas: Minimum Income — [Sir George Howarth in the Chair] (23 Apr 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: The Government are terrified of scrutiny.


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