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Debate on the Address: Education, Skills and Training (25 May 2016)

Lucy Frazer: Will the hon. Lady give way?

Debate on the Address: Education, Skills and Training (25 May 2016)

Lucy Frazer: I am very grateful to the hon. Lady for giving way. I am surprised that, six minutes into her speech on the subject of education, skills and training, she has failed to mention that the first paragraph of the Queen’s Speech was about life chances. Given that the Queen’s Speech talks about education in prisons when we know that half of the young people in prison have no education at all, a...

Debate on the Address: Education, Skills and Training (25 May 2016)

Lucy Frazer: Will the hon. Lady give way?

Debate on the Address: Education, Skills and Training (25 May 2016)

Lucy Frazer: The hon. Lady is being very generous with her time. In circumstances where we know that one of the biggest single factors affecting the education of children and young people is the quality of teaching, does she agree with the principle that it is appropriate to ensure that we have excellence in teaching and that we improve teaching if we can?

“Educational Excellence Everywhere”: Academies (9 May 2016)

Lucy Frazer: The shadow Secretary of State said that there is no evidence that academisation, in and of itself, improves performance, but does the Secretary of State think that the increased autonomy that is inherent in the structure of academies does improve performance, as set out not only in the PISA report that she mentioned but in the McKinsey report of 2010?

Safety in Custody and Violence in Prisons (9 May 2016)

Lucy Frazer: The Minister mentioned the importance of dealing with mental health in prisons. On Friday I met a justice of the peace in my constituency who talked about the good work done by the liaison and diversion services. He encouraged me to encourage the Minister and the Secretary of State to extend those services and ensure that more community orders have as a condition that people get the help...

Backbench Business - Education Funding in Londonbackbench Business (4 May 2016)

Lucy Frazer: My hon. Friend makes a very important point. We need fairness so that every child has an equal opportunity to get an education. Does he agree that many of the points made about London—growth, special needs, high house prices, a need to recruit and retain teachers—apply to other areas of the country, too? I cite by way of example Cambridge and its outer areas. Every one of those factors...

Backbench Business - Education Funding in Londonbackbench Business (4 May 2016)

Lucy Frazer: Will the hon. Lady give way?

Backbench Business - Education Funding in Londonbackbench Business (4 May 2016)

Lucy Frazer: Will my hon. Friend give way?

Backbench Business - Education Funding in Londonbackbench Business (4 May 2016)

Lucy Frazer: My hon. Friend perhaps anticipates the point I am going to make as the Member who represents South East Cambridgeshire. Of course London has enjoyed great success, but is it not only right that other areas—areas that have been underfunded for years—should benefit from the opportunity to enjoy the same success so that they can be brought up to the level that London has enjoyed?

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers Bill: Discharge of the powers, duties and functions: obligations (3 May 2016)

Lucy Frazer: I rise to speak as someone who, as a lawyer, will have interpreted clauses such as this to advance a particular case, giving weight to a particular clause or using it to enhance a case or stress a particular fact. To take paragraphs (g) or (h), for example, when we have already discussed notification perhaps not being necessary, they might be construed as saying that notification was...

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers Bill: Maintenance of technical capability (3 May 2016)

Lucy Frazer: My hon. and learned Friend referred to clause 220, which indeed does give the person who receives the notice the power to give it back to the Secretary of State, who then has to consult the Technical Advisory Board and the Investigatory Powers Commissioner, who will then take evidence from those people.

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers Bill: Maintenance of technical capability (3 May 2016)

Lucy Frazer: I wonder whether clause 217(3) is relevant in the context of what we are discussing. It shows that the Secretary of State can impose t requirements only in so far as they are practicable. The Secretary of State will be prevented from requiring a service provider to do something that it cannot do, for example because a third party has encrypted the material and it is not physically capable of...

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers Bill: Investigatory Powers Commissioner and other Judicial Commissioners (28 Apr 2016)

Lucy Frazer: Will my right hon. Friend the Minister give way?

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers Bill: Investigatory Powers Commissioner and other Judicial Commissioners (28 Apr 2016)

Lucy Frazer: I have a residual concern, having been through a process, albeit not a judicial one, that was extremely lengthy and costly—appointment as a silk. I am aware of colleagues who are sometimes put off the judicial process for those two reasons, and I am slightly concerned, not necessarily about the appointer but about the process. Will members of the judiciary be willing to put themselves...

Devolution (East Anglia) (27 Apr 2016)

Lucy Frazer: Will the Minister give way?

Devolution (East Anglia) (27 Apr 2016)

Lucy Frazer: On that point, will the Minister give way?

Devolution (East Anglia) (27 Apr 2016)

Lucy Frazer: I know that several Members here are not in favour of the devolution plan that is on the table. Is the hon. Lady aware, however, that some councils are in favour of it? Her speech is a little one-sided. For example, I represent two district councils, including one for East Cambridgeshire, which is very much in favour of the deal. Some questions must be asked, and we would all like some more...

Devolution (East Anglia) (27 Apr 2016)

Lucy Frazer: Will my hon. Friend give way?

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers Bill: Bulk personal datasets: interpretation (26 Apr 2016)

Lucy Frazer: Does my right hon. Friend think that sometimes putting tests in very specific terms in primary legislation gives a certain rigidity, whereas greater flexibility would be possible if they were in a code of practice? As we heard—as the hon. and learned Member for Holborn and St Pancras said—the test is already being carried out in practice. Does my right hon. Friend agree that to create...


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