Results 1–20 of 187 for speaker:James Daly

Human Rights: Kashmir (23 Sep 2021)

James Daly: Will the Minister give way?

Human Rights: Kashmir (23 Sep 2021)

James Daly: I am an officer of the Kashmir all-party parliamentary group, and, along with the hon. Member for Bradford South (Judith Cummins) and the chair, went to Kashmir. This was within two or three months of my election, and I thought it important to go to Kashmir and the line of control, and to ask people in Kashmir about their everyday experiences of being in this appalling situation. I visited...

Business of the House (23 Sep 2021)

James Daly: Will the Leader of the House make time for a debate on special educational needs provision for young people up to the age of 25? It is crucial that we ensure young people with SEN have the support they need at school and college to maximise their life chances and job opportunities. Will he therefore join me in supporting the establishment of SEN hubs throughout the country to provide bespoke...

Coronavirus: Education Setting Attendance and Support for Pupils (23 Sep 2021)

James Daly: Will my hon. Friend confirm that keeping children in school and educational settings is an absolute priority? Does he agree that children with special educational needs and those on education, health and care plans should be given the bespoke support that they need to maximise attendance and thrive in the school environment—a shining example being Hoyle Nursery School in my constituency?

Injunction to Protect the M25 (22 Sep 2021)

James Daly: I welcome the steps that my right hon. Friend and the Government have taken to address this very serious issue. It is not protest, but deliberate acts by people going on to the public highway and endangering people’s lives. That is completely different from peaceful protest, which we all welcome. We are all committed to supporting the green agenda—that is separate from people putting...

Violence Against Women and Girls: Police Response (22 Sep 2021)

James Daly: I welcome my hon. Friend to her place. In the year to June 2020, it was estimated that 70% of domestic abuse cases were closed prematurely by Greater Manchester police. During the same year, 80,000 crimes were not recorded at all. The picture nationally is even worse: three out of four domestic abuse cases end without charge. A crisis is happening, certainly in my local policing area. Will my...

Eden North: Benefits for Lancashire (22 Sep 2021)

James Daly: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Efford. I have come here today to pay tribute to my hon. Friend the Member for Morecambe and Lunesdale (David Morris) for the work he has put into the project. As my hon. Friend articulately set out, the project does not just touch Morecambe and even Lancashire. I am a Greater Manchester Member of Parliament. The vast majority of my...

Working People’s Finances: Government Policy (21 Sep 2021)

James Daly: What a joy it was to hear my hon. Friend the Member for Hartlepool (Jill Mortimer) give a truly brilliant speech. It is somewhat apt that the hon. Member for Islwyn (Chris Evans) spoke about Brian Clough, who was passionate about his local community. Brian Clough gave hope and aspiration to the communities he represented and, having spent time with my hon. Friend the Member for Hartlepool...

Working People’s Finances: Government Policy (21 Sep 2021)

James Daly: From recollection, and my hon. Friend the Member for Hartlepool will tell me if I am wrong, Ben Houchen got 74% of the vote. Conservative MPs have been elected in Labour areas of the Tees valley because we give hope and we have a plan. This Government’s plan for jobs is working, whereas Labour has offered nothing to the Tees valley over the past decades. The Minister, my hon. Friend the...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Culture Recovery Fund: Applications (15 Sep 2021)

James Daly: To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, whether his Department plans to provide support to smaller organisations that were unable to apply to the third round of the Culture Recovery Fund as a result of the shorter application window of 11 days.

Work and Pensions: Disabled People: Employment Opportunities (13 Sep 2021)

James Daly: What steps she is taking to help ensure that disabled people can take up employment opportunities during the economic recovery from the covid-19 outbreak.

Work and Pensions: Disabled People: Employment Opportunities (13 Sep 2021)

James Daly: The Minister and the Secretary of State have a proud record of putting in place programmes that increase opportunities for everyone to access high-quality employment and training. Further to his earlier answer, can the Minister confirm what specific steps he is taking to ensure that the bespoke needs of people on the autistic spectrum are no barrier to accessing employment or training...

Treasury: Helping Young People into Work: Covid-19 (7 Sep 2021)

James Daly: What fiscal steps he is taking to help young people into work as part of the economic recovery from the covid-19 outbreak.

Treasury: Helping Young People into Work: Covid-19 (7 Sep 2021)

James Daly: In Bury, Ramsbottom and Tottington, the Government’s plan for jobs is working, saving jobs and getting people back into employment. As chair of the all-party parliamentary group on youth employment, may I ask my right hon. Friend to update the House specifically on how schemes such as kickstart are helping young people with employment and training opportunities throughout the country?

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Cancer: Young People (26 Aug 2021)

James Daly: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what support is available for teenage cancer patients.

Summer Adjournment (22 Jul 2021)

James Daly: I want to talk about Terry Melia. Terry is a great man. He is in his 70s, and he watched Bury football club for just about the whole of that time. He went to every match, home and away, for 60 years. That was Terry’s life, it was his family, it was the thing that mattered to him, but a couple of years ago that was wrenched away. I want to talk about how we must never underestimate those...

Backbench Business: Planning — [Judith Cummins in the Chair] (15 Jul 2021)

James Daly: It is a pleasure, Mrs Cummins, to serve under your chairmanship, and I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Isle of Wight (Bob Seely) on securing such an important debate. In the short amount of time available to me, I will talk about two issues: first, the green belt; and, secondly, the standard method for calculating housing need. I will speak in support of the Government position,...

Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill (12 Jul 2021)

James Daly: rose—

Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill (12 Jul 2021)

James Daly: If the hon. Gentleman thinks that universities will err on the side of caution, does he not agree that that will essentially be restricting freedom of speech, which will guarantee a law suit? The one thing about this Bill is that it will guarantee more freedoms, because if someone does not want the risk of being sued, they will allow people to speak within a university setting.

Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill (12 Jul 2021)

James Daly: I want to touch on some legal points. Sadly, I am a lawyer—or, perhaps, happily I am a lawyer—and I would not touch this civil litigation with a 50-foot beanpole. I think there is a fundamental misunderstanding of some of the points that have been raised. One of the objections put forward by Opposition Members is the issue of principle. Well, there is no objection to this legislation on...


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