Results 121–140 of 9920 for speaker:Angela Eagle

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Clause 32 - Confiscation (18 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment 62, in schedule 4, page 119, line 18, leave out paragraph 25. This amendment would remove the risk of dissipation as a condition for the making of a restraint order. Schedule 4.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Clause 31 - Extension of polygraph condition to certain offenders (18 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Government amendment 38. Government amendment 39. Clause stand part.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Clause 31 - Extension of polygraph condition to certain offenders (18 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: Order. I gently remind members of the Committee, from Ministers down, that when you use the word “you”, you are referring to me. You must refer to the hon. Gentleman either by his constituency or by his title, otherwise I might get a bit worried about what I have been up to.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Clause 30 - Assessing and managing risks posed by controlling or coercive behaviour offenders (18 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: You do not need to apologise, but we are more freewheeling in Committee. If the hon. Lady wants to come back in later, she can.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Clause 5 - Possession of a SIM farm (11 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: I am going to call you to order if you carry on.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Clause 5 - Possession of a SIM farm (11 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: I have been quite lax because I prefer a free-wheeling debate in Committee. It is important that people are allowed to make arguments in a slightly wider way, but we still have to stay in order. I was happy to listen to the fraud debate, given the clauses we are debating, but let us get back to order.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Clause 9 - Possession of weapon with intent to use unlawful violence etc (11 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: With this it will be convenient to discuss clause stand part.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Clause 5 - Possession of a SIM farm (11 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: I am getting my Alexes mixed up. My apologies to Alex Cunningham; I now call Alex Norris.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Clause 5 - Possession of a SIM farm (11 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: With this, it will be convenient to discuss the following: Clauses 6 and 7 stand part. Government amendment 47. Schedule 1.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Clause 1 - Articles for use in serious crime (11 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: I would rather you saved them until we come to that debate.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Clause 1 - Articles for use in serious crime (11 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Government amendments 15 to 17. Government amendment 41. Clause stand part. Government amendments 18 and 19. Clause 2 stand part. Government amendments 20 to 22. Clauses 3 and 4 stand part. Government amendment 40. Government amendment 49. Government amendment 44.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Clause 1 - Articles for use in serious crime (11 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: Order. We cannot have non-Members of Parliament coming into the Committee in that way. I hope we do not see that again.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill (11 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: Before we begin, I have a few preliminary announcements. Members should send their speaking notes by email to hansardnotes@parliament.uk. Please switch electronic devices to silent. Tea and coffee are not allowed during sittings—sorry about that, but those are the rules. Officials in the Gallery should communicate electronically with Ministers. Today we begin line-by-line consideration of...

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Clause 1 - Articles for use in serious crime (11 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment 55, in clause 1, page 1, line 20, at end insert, “, or it is not reasonable to assume that the accused possessed or had control over the item”. This amendment would clarify that people living in shared accommodation would not be held liable for offensive articles which do not belong to them and which they are unaware of....

NHS Dentistry ( 9 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: It is a pleasure to follow my hon. Friend the Member for Wakefield (Simon Lightwood), who made a superb speech. I have childhood memories of much older relatives who grew up before the NHS was created having no teeth left at all—they had had them all extracted because it was cheaper. I never thought that might start to happen again, but I fear that in some cases we are getting far too...

NHS Dentistry ( 9 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: rose—

NHS Dentistry ( 9 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: I thank the Secretary of State. I wanted to intervene earlier when she was talking about the pandemic. In my constituency many people were thrown off their dentists’ lists during the pandemic, often with no notice, and then found that they could not register anywhere else. That is what happened, I believe, all over the country. Can the Minister explain what she is going to do about it? It...


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