Results 181–200 of 455 for speaker:Clare Bailey

Northern Ireland Assembly: Committee Business: Simultaneous Interpretation of Assembly Business in Irish and Ulster Scots (15 Jun 2021)

Clare Bailey: No problem. Thank you for giving way and for your explanation of the amendment. We in the Greens decided that we could not support the amendment simply because it did not refer to the fiscal responsibilities but "appropriate demand". If you are talking about rights and culture, they should never be measured by "appropriate demand".

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Abortion Services: Apology Due (14 Jun 2021)

Clare Bailey: T3. Ms Bailey asked the Minister of Health, given that she is sure that the speedy and personal apology that he got after the ridiculous comments that were made about him last week was welcome, whether, following Mr Carroll’s question, he will commit to offering an apology to the 371 women who have been forced to travel to England for abortion services during the pandemic. (AQT 1423/17-22)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Abortion Services: Apology Due (14 Jun 2021)

Clare Bailey: Minister, this morning, I received a response to a question for written answer about the regulation of Stanton Healthcare in Belfast. The response stated that it is not regulated. On Stanton's website, it says that its services include counselling, pregnancy testing, STI testing, post-abortion care, ultrasound referrals and many other things. Do you think that it is dangerous if it is not...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Assembly Business: Personal Statement from the First Minister Arlene Foster (14 Jun 2021)

Clare Bailey: On behalf of the Green Party in Northern Ireland, I also congratulate Arlene Foster, the First Minister for a short time to come. My colleague Rachel Woods and I have not had the experience of working directly with you, First Minister, but we congratulate you for your track record: the roles that the Speaker announced that you have already taken up, the roles that you have held as the first...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Committee Business: Nature-friendly Farming (7 Jun 2021)

Clare Bailey: I am pleased to support the motion at what is a pivotal time of opportunity and change for farming in Northern Ireland. It is also a time of crisis for our natural and ecological systems. Agriculture and related land use are the largest sources of greenhouse gas emissions in Northern Ireland. We know that those sources make up 27% of total emissions, but that figure is predicted to rise to...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Economy: High Street Stimulus Scheme (7 Jun 2021)

Clare Bailey: 4. Ms Bailey asked the Minister for the Economy to outline the terms and conditions of the high street stimulus scheme. (AQO 2151/17-22)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Economy: High Street Stimulus Scheme (7 Jun 2021)

Clare Bailey: I thank the Minister for her answer. She alluded to the many businesses across Northern Ireland that have really struggled throughout the COVID crisis. I am sure that I am not alone in listening to many people who have concerns about the scheme and the reimbursement of it. Will she guarantee that independent traders and small businesses in particular will not be forced to go through heavy...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — The Executive Office: COVID-19 Task Force: Update (1 Jun 2021)

Clare Bailey: The task force was asked to look at the scenes that we saw in the Holylands, last September, during freshers' week and how to deal with that. What work has been done with the students' unions and universities to try to avoid a repeat of last year's scenes?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Green New Deal (24 May 2021)

Clare Bailey: I support the motion, obviously, and I thank the Member for tabling it. However, I do so mindful of the Green Party's track record of calling for a green new deal for over a decade. During the debate, I listened to some of the ideas about what can be done to roll it out in Northern Ireland. I point out that the green new deal is not a new concept but long-established work by the Green New...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Opposition to a Waste Incinerator from the Residents of Hightown, Mallusk and South Antrim (18 May 2021)

Clare Bailey: I am well aware that this is an Adjournment debate and I am not a constituency MLA, but, as Mark Durkan said, this issue goes much further. I thank Steve Aiken for securing the debate. I have only a short time to speak and do not want to go over what has been said already. I agree with what Trevor Clarke said about our recycling figures and where waste ends up. We hear stories of our...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Autism Strategy (11 May 2021)

Clare Bailey: I thank Kellie Armstrong. They were wise words. She made a sensible call, because it is alarming to see the length of time that some children wait for an autism diagnosis and even more alarming when you realise the disparity across the health trusts. We all have cases that we could raise or, perhaps, personal experiences to draw from — maybe both. The waiting list debacle has been raised,...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statement: Redevelopment of CAFRE’s Greenmount and Loughry Campuses and the Development of New Beef Facilities at AFBI and CAFRE (11 May 2021)

Clare Bailey: I thank the Minister for the welcome news of substantial investment in modernising the education and research facilities. In your statement, Minister, you said that the investment complements the recent launch of degrees in sustainable agriculture and horticulture. How many degree programmes are on offer, and how many places are on offer within them? Are there any further plans to expand...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Climate Change Bill: Second Stage (10 May 2021)

Clare Bailey: I thank the Member for his intervention. I am wedding —. Sorry. I will never be wedding. I am wedded to full independence for the commissioner and for the office, and I am happy to continue talking and looking at other models. We looked at the provisions and at how the Public Services Ombudsman in particular was established, and we have modelled what is contained in this Bill on that. I am...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Climate Change Bill: Second Stage (10 May 2021)

Clare Bailey: Thank you, Mr Speaker. I thank the Members for their engagement on the Climate Change Bill. Many interesting issues were raised. I hope that, as the Bill moves through its legislative stages in the Assembly, that engagement will continue to be constructive so that we can strengthen and enhance the Bill, as many said. I am also more than willing to continue to work across the House in order to...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Climate Change Bill: Second Stage (10 May 2021)

Clare Bailey: I thank the Member for the intervention. Indeed, I have met the union on that issue and will continue to engage with it. Yes, it does cause alarm. Mr Wells, for one, was very eloquent in outlining that the lobbying that, no doubt, we have all had over the past few days has been in UFU emails. Of course we are listening and will continue to listen to it. I reiterate that there is nothing in...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Climate Change Bill: Second Stage (10 May 2021)

Clare Bailey: Will the Minister give way?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Climate Change Bill: Second Stage (10 May 2021)

Clare Bailey: I thank the Member. Minister, at that session of the Committee, when I was asked that question, I was questioning where we could pick up the slack in relation to dairy production and using the New Zealand model. I was not talking about importing from New Zealand; I was saying that it has its own climate Bill and its own measures, and, therefore, to increase its production it would be measured...


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