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7. Debate: The Steel Industry in Wales ( 6 Feb 2024)

Vaughan Gething: ..., or even a future First Minister, would not go to Mumbai if there is a way to save jobs and create the future we are discussing in the motion before us. I can also confirm that I've met Keir Starmer with the First Minister. We've had conversations about the future—about the £3 billion green steel proposal. And I do agree with Adam Price that, if the current UK Government won't change...

Miscellaneous ( 6 Feb 2024)

Jerome Mayhew: ...is paid an additional £75,440. Labour Prime Ministers think it appropriate to pay themselves £204,329, in today’s money, on top. When we add the Pensions Increase (Pension Scheme for Keir Starmer QC) Regulations 2013— the right hon. and learned Member for Holborn and St Pancras (Keir Starmer) has his own special pension arrangements from his work as Director of Public Prosecutions,...

6. Debate: The Draft Budget 2024-25 ( 6 Feb 2024)

Rhun ap Iorwerth: ...make up for the cuts to the budget, but would also provide more than £2.5 billion in additional funding. Rishi Sunak can barely hide his disdain for Wales by not passing on the money, but Keir Starmer, if he wants to be Prime Minister before the end of this year, we need to see him finding his moral compass and promising to right that Tory wrong—and I know so many on the Labour benches...

Holocaust Memorial Day - Motion to Take Note ( 2 Feb 2024)

Baroness Taylor of Stevenage: ...history. I praise the courage of a number of my noble friends, and friends in the other place, who suffered during this time but also stood up against what they saw, and of my party leader Sir Keir Starmer, who has rooted out the anti-Semitism and its perpetrators and transformed our party to be the home it absolutely should be for our Jewish members. Of course we always have more to do,...

Joint Enterprise (Significant Contribution) Bill ( 2 Feb 2024)

Philip Davies: ...of “significant contribution” will be subject to legal interpretation. I asked the hon. Lady whether the leader of her party, the right hon. and learned Member for Holborn and St Pancras (Keir Starmer), agreed with her Bill. I was not entirely clear from her answer whether he did—I think she said that he said he would look at it. I ask because as a former Director of Public...

BACKBENCH business: Living Standards — [David Mundell in the Chair] ( 1 Feb 2024)

Michael Shanks: ...housing costs of about £1,800, according to the Resolution Foundation. Yesterday the leader of the Labour party, my right hon. and learned Friend the Member for Holborn and St Pancras (Keir Starmer), raised the case of an Iceland worker and was met with derision from many Members on the Government Benches. Dozens of similar cases have been raised with me over the past few months....

Scottish Parliament: Higher Education (Widening Access) ( 1 Feb 2024)

Kaukab Stewart: This week, Liz Smith endorsed the reintroduction of back-door tuition fees, which would deter disadvantaged students from going to university. That follows Labour leader Keir Starmer ruling out free tuition under a United Kingdom Labour Government. Can the First Minister outline what progress the Scottish National Party Scottish Government has made in widening access? Will he reaffirm his...

Scottish Parliament: Innovation Centres (Funding) ( 1 Feb 2024)

Graeme Dey: ...record. In the same week that that progress has been confirmed, we have heard calls from members of the Tory front bench to bring back tuition fees, which would put that progress at risk, and Keir Starmer is U-turning on free tuition. On widening access, we will not rest on our laurels. There is much work still to be done, and we will set about doing it.

Prime Minister: Engagements (31 Jan 2024)

Keir Starmer: May I join the Prime Minister in welcoming the DUP’s statement on the return of the Northern Ireland Executive? This is an important moment, but we now need all sides to work together to get Stormont back up and running for the people of Northern Ireland. I, too, met the families of Grace, Barnaby and Ian on Monday. It is impossible to express in words the horror that they have been...

The general principles of the Senedd Cymru (Members and Elections) Bill and the financial resolution in respect of the Senedd Cymru (Members and Elections) Bill (30 Jan 2024)

Natasha Asghar: ...list of the top-20 most economically fragile in the UK, and 28 per cent of children in Wales are living in relative poverty. The list, sadly, really does go on. It's quite a rap sheet, and one Keir Starmer appears to want to inflict on the rest of the United Kingdom, with Wales as his blueprint for a Labour Government in Westminster. So, what is the Welsh Government doing to tackle these...

3. Statement by the First Minister: The final report of the Independent Commission on the Constitutional Future of Wales (30 Jan 2024)

Mark Drakeford: ...be as vulnerable as that? On policing and justice, I made my answers last week. I made clear the policy of this Government and the party here in Wales. The Gordon Brown report commissioned by Keir Starmer says that that process should begin with the devolution of youth justice and probation, and I look to my colleagues in Westminster to make sure that that happens. As to devolving powers...

Scottish Parliament: European Union (30 Jan 2024)

Angus Robertson: ...the views of the people in Scotland, and that is democratically unsustainable. From a practical point of view, Brexit is an on-going economic disaster. The leader of the UK Labour Party, Keir Starmer, says that his priority is “growth, growth, growth”, but unfortunately the obvious problem with that is his commitment to Brexit, Brexit, Brexit. Brexit has already increased inflation,...

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Palestinian State: Recognition (30 Jan 2024)

David Lammy: For a decade now, the Labour party has supported Palestinian recognition. As my right hon. and learned Friend the Member for Holborn and St Pancras (Keir Starmer) has said, “statehood is not in the gift of a neighbour. It is the inalienable right of the Palestinian people.” I welcome the Foreign Secretary adopting that position and rejecting the notion that recognition can only follow...

Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill - Second Reading: Amendment to the Motion (29 Jan 2024)

Lord Faulks: ...to wait until Committee. At this stage, it is important to consider what the alternatives to the Rwanda scheme are, and so I turn to Labour’s position, and here I would like to mention Sir Keir Starmer. He has been criticised as being a “lefty lawyer”. I have had the privilege of being against him in court and, if he is a lefty lawyer, he is certainly a good one. I think it...

Next General Election — [Peter Dowd in the Chair] (29 Jan 2024)

Ellie Reeves: ...pretending to fight for the British people. It is all about their party; it is all about a game for power. Meanwhile, my right hon. and learned Friend the Member for Holborn and St Pancras (Keir Starmer) has changed the Labour party. He has put it back in the service of working people: a party that is proud, does not take its support for granted and will always put the country first. It...

Nuclear Defence Infrastructure: Parliamentary Scrutiny (24 Jan 2024)

Martin Docherty: ...in 2015). We drew a line under this systemic lying and delusions in 2020. After I left the line was immediately deleted and business as usual has continued. The system is preparing to give Starmer the same horrific choices on above-STRAP3 yellow paper and continue the cycle of classify, punt, and lie with everything becoming ever more hollow-Potemkin as a result.” That is a lot, so let...

5. Urgent Debate: Job losses at Tata Steel and the future of the steel industry in Wales (24 Jan 2024)

Jack Sargeant: ...to give Labour’s investment plan a chance. Presiding Officer, colleagues have already stated on these benches about my own unions, Unite and Community, and how they have worked closely with Keir Starmer and his team, and how they’ve worked closely with the Welsh Government and our economy Minister, Vaughan Gething. It is now vital, Presiding Officer, that Tata and their executives...

Scottish Parliament: Green Economy (24 Jan 2024)

Neil Gray: ...in which Scotland competes. UK investment levels stand in stark contrast to those initiatives, and that position, sadly, looks unlikely to change regardless of whether it is Rishi Sunak or Keir Starmer in Downing Street after the election. Labour once pledged that it would invest an additional £28 billion a year. That was to be its bold response to the US Inflation Reduction Act, but...

Prime Minister: Engagements (24 Jan 2024)

Keir Starmer: Thank you, Mr Speaker. Can I join the Prime Minster in his comments about His Majesty the King and Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, and in his comments about Holocaust Memorial Day? “Never again” must be said more defiantly this year, as it is said every year. Last week, we lost Sir Tony Lloyd, a true public servant who touched the lives of many people across the House and across...


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