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Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Safe Passage from Afghanistan (26 Oct 2021)

James Cleverly: ...they can to ensure safe passage of eligible individuals who wish to leave Afghanistan. The UK has had constructive engagement with near neighbours, led by my noble Friend Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon. British nationals continue to be facilitated and supported in their exit from Afghanistan, including through Qatar Airways flights. My right hon. Friend the Foreign Secretary met Afghan evacuees...

Employment and Trade Union Rights (Dismissal and Re-engagement) Bill (22 Oct 2021)

Grahame Morris: ...section 1, and the fact that there is an alternative means of redress for workers who have been unfairly dismissed. During the debate, someone sent me a very long list of companies, including British Airways, where tens of thousands of workers were affected. I wonder how many people in the cases the Minister referred to have been able to achieve redress through the existing arrangements...

Employment and Trade Union Rights (Dismissal and Re-engagement) Bill (22 Oct 2021)

Laura Farris: ..., when I was listening to his speech, I found myself nodding along. He knows that I care about this issue as an MP because it has affected constituents of mine in Berkshire who were employed by British Airways and Centrica, and I care about it from a technical and legal perspective as an employment barrister. There are a number of points on which I think we can all agree on both sides of...

Supporting Small Business (19 Oct 2021)

Alex Davies-Jones: .... Shame on this Government for failing to step up and support our creative industries. In my own constituency, people have lost their jobs and livelihoods due to redundancies at GE Aviation and British Airways, and fantastic local businesses in the travel industry such as Ferris Coach Holidays and Edwards Coaches have struggled without any access to tailored support for their sectors....

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Kuwait: British Airways (18 Oct 2021)

Wayne David: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, when the Government plans to publish information on BA flight 149, 1 August 1990, and the detention of British citizens from that flight in Kuwait.

1. Questions to the First Minister: High-skilled Jobs (28 Sep 2021)

Rhianon Passmore: ...in moving decisively to support Hawker Siddeley Switchgear, with £0.5 million of investment to relocate within the constituency of Islwyn, from their current site in Pontllanfraith to the former British Airways interior seat assembly factory in nearby Blackwood. First Minister, the reaction to your Government's action to support a company that has been anchored within Islwyn for 80 years...

Cabinet Office: Fire and Rehire (23 Sep 2021)

Florence Eshalomi: ...General for his response, but during the pandemic I was contacted by many constituents in Vauxhall who were subject to this practice—constituents who had worked for many years for the likes of British Airways and British Gas; constituents whose lives were turned upside-down by the threat that they would lose their jobs. The Paymaster General said that he will put pressure on the...

Cabinet Office: Topical Questions (23 Sep 2021)

Fleur Anderson: I thank the Minister for that, and I will be following it up with him. The latest allegations about the Home Secretary’s secret meeting with British Airways, a billionaire Tory donor and the then Business Secretary, but with no official present, should concern us all. She is a serial offender for breaking the ministerial code previously. Will the new Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster...

Decarbonising Aviation — [Sir Gary Streeter in the Chair] (21 Sep 2021)

Robert Courts: ...the point that the hon. Member for Paisley and Renfrewshire North made, which is that this is not fantasy stuff—it is happening right now, as we heard from him when he talked about the recent British Airways flight to his constituency. I will try my best to respond to everyone’s points, Sir Gary; I am conscious that I may run out of time, as I want to leave some time for the hon....

Scottish Parliament: Net Zero Nation (21 Sep 2021)

Liam Kerr: ...to my point about charging. The other point about transport that I must get over is that the decarbonisation of transport needs to overcome ministerial disapproval. In response to the news that British Airways is flying from London to Glasgow on sustainable aviation fuel, Patrick Harvie fumed: “Take. The. Train ... and tax aviation fuel”. If he ever decides to take the train somewhere...

International Travel (20 Sep 2021)

Margaret Ferrier: ...with furlough ending. In the August Eurocontrol figures, Gatwick, Manchester and Heathrow found themselves at the bottom of the league, with the biggest percentage declines versus 2019 in Europe. British Airways is flying fewer flights as a percentage of that year than its German or French competitors, and easyJet fewer than its Irish or eastern European competitors. What steps is the...

Education (Careers Guidance in Schools) Bill (10 Sep 2021)

Steve Double: ...with one of my former teachers, who remarked that many of my teachers thought I left school long before. I distinctly remember that, in my early years, the only thing I wanted to be in life was a British Airways pilot. I was fixed on this but, unfortunately for me, just before I started my O-levels—I am old enough to have done O-levels—British Airways closed its airline training...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: British Airways ( 7 Sep 2021)

Fleur Anderson: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what recent discussions he has had with representatives of British Airways on financial support for (a) cabin crew and (b) pilots.

Climate Change: Wales (14 Jul 2021)

Geraint Davies: ...mobility and transport, more electrification and hydrogen-generated transport, and better land use, including the woodland plan. Finally, we on the Welsh Affairs Committee have heard that British Airways has been buying up large tracts of land, in Ceredigion in particular, by way of carbon offset. The Government need to do something about that. These schemes were meant to preserve the...

International Travel (29 Jun 2021)

Alex Davies-Jones: UK airlines, excluding the wider aviation sector, have announced over 30,000 job cuts so far, and that is before we even consider the wider supply chain in the aviation sector. British Airways and General Electric are based in my constituency and are major employers for Pontypridd and Taff-Ely. Both have had to make significant job cuts in difficult circumstances, and I fear that there could...

8. Short Debate: A fair deal for workers (23 Jun 2021)

Hannah Blythyn: ...to the bottom on workers' rights is not in the interest of workers, business or the broader economy. You know, fire-and-rehire came to the fore in the public conscience through the GMB campaign at British Gas and then the Unite campaign at British Airways, and the reality really needs to match the rhetoric from the UK Government on practices like this; simply asking the Advisory,...

Covid-Secure Borders (15 Jun 2021)

Andrew Bowie: ...do not want to be on furlough, and their employers—the airlines, the airport operators, the support services—do not want to be bailed out. They want to get on and do their job; to borrow from British Airways, they want to fly and to serve. Before coming to the Chamber today, I looked up the passenger numbers for my local airport, Aberdeen International Airport, and as a regular user I...

BA and Ryanair: Customer Refunds - Question (15 Jun 2021)

Baroness Vere of Norbiton: My Lords, the investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority into British Airways and Ryanair is ongoing. It would be inappropriate for the Government to comment on an ongoing investigation by an independent regulator, but we have been clear that the rights of consumers and the obligations of businesses remain unchanged. It should not be unduly difficult for customers to receive a...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Question for Urgent Oral Answer — Economy: Stobart Air (14 Jun 2021)

Paul Frew: The Member will have heard my first answer about the five routes being taken up by a combination of Aer Lingus and British Airways CityFlyer. That is to be welcomed. Hopefully, the sixth route, to East Midlands, will also be picked up soon and everything will get back to normal. It is a worrying time for the aviation industry; it is a time of economic crisis. I will do all in my power and in...

Aviation, Travel and Tourism Industries (10 Jun 2021)

Ruth Cadbury: ...of my constituents claiming universal credit has skyrocketed. People have told me the personal cost to them, such as those losing their jobs in roles such as airline catering, and those working for British Airways at Heathrow airport, as well as for Mitre and other companies, who face being fired and rehired. The Government have provided no sector-specific support for the UK aviation...


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