Results 1–20 of 81 for speaker:Fiona Onasanya

Grenfell Tower (16 May 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: Each of these deaths was completely avoidable, as concerns about the safety of the building were repeatedly ignored. The people who have died were failed. The survivors of the tragedy at Grenfell were failed. They were failed by their local council, and they have been failed by central Government since the fire. They were failed before, during and after this whole avoidable tragedy. Those...

Grenfell Tower (16 May 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: I thank my hon. Friend for giving way during such a passionate, moving and correct speech. Does she agree that those people have generally been failed by the Government?

East Coast Main Line (16 May 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: Three times in under a decade private companies have failed the east coast main line. It was successfully managed by a public company between 2009 and 2015. Why will the Secretary of State not accept that obvious solution to the problems faced by the east coast main line?

Gaza Border Violence (15 May 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: What is the UK doing at the Security Council to ensure that an independent inquiry happens, and where is the Foreign Secretary?

Grenfell Tower Inquiry — [Andrew Rosindell in the Chair] (14 May 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: I absolutely agree with everything my hon. Friend the Member for Hampstead and Kilburn (Tulip Siddiq) has just said. I rise to say that we in this place should be ashamed at the lack of progress that has been made to date. Saying that it can never happen again and saying to the survivors, “We understand and we’re here to support you” cannot just be warm words. Everything...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Safeguarding for 16 and 17-year-olds (14 May 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: What recent assessment he has made of the quality of safeguarding for 16 and 17-year-olds.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Safeguarding for 16 and 17-year-olds (14 May 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: In my constituency, the schools that serve our 16 and 17-year-olds and that have sustained the biggest cuts were graded level 3 by Ofsted, which means that they are now deemed to require improvement. Does the Minister agree that the average of £300 less per pupil is having a negative impact?

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Football: Racial Discrimination (9 May 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, what steps he has taken to tackle racism in grassroots football.

Windrush (2 May 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: I am grateful for the opportunity to participate in this very important debate, but I am saddened that the debate is necessary. The Government assert that it is unhelpful to refer to their policies and the scrap of protections afforded in the 2014 Act as fostering a hostile environment. I am sorry but I do not apologise. This is not, and cannot be considered, a compliant environment. It is...

Windrush (2 May 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: I advise the hon. Gentleman that the activist is not actually a Labour member, but I hear what he says. I disagree with any form of racism, especially racism pointed towards or coming from Members of this House, such as Conservative Members using the N word. The Home Secretary must confirm that full compensation will be paid—compensation not limited to but including: loss of income,...

Street Homelessness — [James Gray in the Chair] (24 Apr 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: rose—

Street Homelessness — [James Gray in the Chair] (24 Apr 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: As you have just said—

Street Homelessness — [James Gray in the Chair] (24 Apr 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: Sorry. As the hon. Gentleman just said, we should not lump all homeless people together; rather, we should look at them individually. Does he agree that, based on his own experience, he is taking a broad-brush approach to all homeless people, and that that is incorrect?

Street Homelessness — [James Gray in the Chair] (24 Apr 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: Will the hon. Gentleman please clarify whether he seeks to assert that people would rather be homeless and hope for public generosity than in a place where they can have their own income?

Street Homelessness — [James Gray in the Chair] (24 Apr 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: I recall the hon. Gentleman said that people can make money from being on the street—I am paraphrasing, but will he please clarify that point?

Windrush (23 Apr 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: Will the Home Secretary confirm that compensation will be paid for loss of income, loss of benefits, legal fees, Home Office application fees, air fares, emotional distress and any other costs that have arisen from this debacle?

Surgical Mesh (19 Apr 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: I thank my hon. Friend the Member for Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle (Emma Hardy) for securing this debate, which is of paramount importance. I have listened to the contributions from Members on both sides of the House. I was struck by the comments made by the hon. Member for Congleton (Fiona Bruce), who said she felt that we could not say now that the use of surgical mesh should be...

Military Action Overseas: Parliamentary Approval: Anti-Semitism (17 Apr 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: Will my hon. Friend give way?

Syria (16 Apr 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: In the Prime Minister’s statement, she said: “We are confident in our own assessment that the Syrian regime was highly likely responsible”. Surely the burden of proof should be beyond reasonable doubt, as opposed to being “highly likely”? In addition, I would be interested to know who “we” are, given that Parliament was not consulted.

Opposition Day: Police Funding (28 Mar 2018)

Fiona Onasanya: I thank and pay tribute to the police force in my constituency of Peterborough, because it is doing a fantastic job with limited resources. I have explained to the superintendent that the implementation of the cuts is much like tying their hands behind their back and asking them to catch. Of the forces in England, Cambridgeshire constabulary ranks sixth from bottom, at 33rd out of 39, for the...


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