Results 1–20 of 337 for (in the 'Commons debates' OR in the 'Westminster Hall debates' OR in the 'Lords debates' OR in the 'Northern Ireland Assembly debates') speaker:Neil Coyle

Business of the House (11 Jan 2018)

Neil Coyle: In the past few years, my constituents have seen a rise in moped-related crime and knife crime. The police do their best to investigate these problems, but prosecution rates have flatlined. Will the Government provide time to debate this inability to deliver justice to victims and their families, and when will they improve their shabby track record?

Terror Attacks: Government Financial Support — [Geraint Davies in the Chair] (6 Dec 2017)

Neil Coyle: I beg to move, That this House has considered Government financial support for victims of terror attacks. I believe this is the first time I have spoken with you in the Chair, Mr Davies. It is nice to see you. We do not have long this afternoon, so I want to focus on recent attacks within the UK and especially in my constituency, the immediate financial support available from the Government...

Terror Attacks: Government Financial Support — [Geraint Davies in the Chair] (6 Dec 2017)

Neil Coyle: I will come on to talk about that point directly. The short answer is that yes, the Government should act and no, some insurers have not done all they could and should do to rectify the issue. There has been an absence of immediate financial support and compensation for those affected. Were it not for business-to-business support and public donations, some of the businesses would simply have...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Topical Questions (21 Nov 2017)

Neil Coyle: In April last year, my constituent Sharon St John’s son, Adrian, was murdered in Trinidad. He was just 22. The police investigation has been shrouded in secrecy amid allegations of corruption, and the case against one of the alleged killers has now been adjourned 20 times. Sharon and I have met FCO officials and the Trinidad and Tobago high commissioner here in London, but what more can...

Universal Credit Roll-Out (16 Nov 2017)

Neil Coyle: I thank my right hon. Friend the Member for Birkenhead (Frank Field) for securing this debate and acknowledge that this is the start of the Work and Pensions Committee’s work on this matter. The six-week delay has become totemic, but it is far from the only problem with universal credit which, let me be clear, has been a disaster. Anyone who looks at its original plan, budget and...

Universal Credit Roll-Out (16 Nov 2017)

Neil Coyle: I am really pleased to hear that the hon. Gentleman is supporting universal credit, although he failed to vote in favour of it the other week. Would he also support a renewed project to study how universal credit supports people to get into work? The Department for Work and Pensions has delayed and denied an opportunity to review the original study to prove whether universal credit is still...

Universal Credit Roll-Out (16 Nov 2017)

Neil Coyle: The Minister is chuntering, so I cannot hear the hon. Gentleman.

Universal Credit Roll-Out (24 Oct 2017)

Neil Coyle: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that 2017-18 was supposed to be the final year for the roll-out of universal credit under the initial plan, but that the Government had already accepted that they needed to improve the process? Does he wonder why the Government are being so stubborn now?

Universal Credit Roll-Out (18 Oct 2017)

Neil Coyle: I am struggling to follow the point, because one of the biggest challenges of UC is that those with fluctuating incomes struggle to get a consistent payment in order to pay their arrears. Although the hon. Gentleman may have been successful in retail, he is going to struggle to sell this particular turkey to employees in my constituency.

Universal Credit Roll-Out (18 Oct 2017)

Neil Coyle: How simplified, fair and supportive does the hon. Gentleman think it is for the 116,000 working disabled parents who are set to lose £40 a week from the disability income guarantee?

Universal Credit Roll-Out (18 Oct 2017)

Neil Coyle: Will the hon. Gentleman give way again?

Universal Credit Roll-Out (18 Oct 2017)

Neil Coyle: The roll-out of universal credit affects more than 5,000 of my constituents, as Southwark has been one of the trial authorities for “full service area” and has suffered all the consequences as a result. It is fair to say that it has been a disaster for some of those involved: the individuals left waiting 12 weeks-plus in many cases; the 1,242 Southwark Council tenants facing...

Universal Credit Roll-Out (18 Oct 2017)

Neil Coyle: My hon. Friend is absolutely right. The Government stressed again today that they put a lot of faith in advance payments, but those cannot cover full rent costs. We found out this morning that the new guidance for Jobcentre Plus was only sent out this week, demonstrating perhaps that the Government were more afraid of their Back Benchers in today’s debate than they were concerned to...

Universal Credit Roll-Out (18 Oct 2017)

Neil Coyle: Will the right hon. Gentleman give way?

Universal Credit Roll-Out (18 Oct 2017)

Neil Coyle: Will the right hon. Gentleman give way?

Universal Credit Roll-Out (18 Oct 2017)

Neil Coyle: The right hon. Gentleman seems to acknowledge that universal credit has not worked for everyone, so does he agree that it has been almost as bad for some of those affected as online reviews of his novel, “The Devil’s Tune”? Comments include: “frighteningly bad”, “rubbish”, “utter drivel” and “hilariously awful—an outstanding...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Motorcycle and Moped-enabled Crime (16 Oct 2017)

Neil Coyle: What steps her Department plans to take to reduce the incidence of moped and motorcycle-enabled crime.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Motorcycle and Moped-enabled Crime (16 Oct 2017)

Neil Coyle: Of 20,000 moped-related crimes in London last year, 752 happened in Southwark, but only 17 people were charged with an offence. Instead of tackling the rising problem, the Government have announced a review. What are the terms of this pathetic response to this blight on my constituents’ lives? When will it be completed? What specific additional resources and powers will it give our...

Business of the House (12 Oct 2017)

Neil Coyle: On 3 June London Bridge and Borough Market in my constituency were attacked by terrorists, leaving eight dead and shutting the area down for 10 days at a cost of £1.4 million to local businesses. The Borough Market Trust has done a huge amount to raise public and business-to-business support, the council has provided £100,000 in rate relief and the Mayor of London has provided...


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