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3. Debate: The Infected Blood Inquiry Report ( 4 Jun 2024)

Sioned Williams: ...affected must be considered, recognised and fairly and equally compensated without further delay. Their late father, Arwyn Davies, from Trebanos, was a haemophiliac. He was under the care of, and trusted in, the medical professions that provided treatment for his condition. He attended both Cardiff and Swansea haemophilia centres, and Mr Bloom was his main consultant. Arwyn Davies died on...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Members' Statements: Budget 2024-25: Health and Social Care ( 3 Jun 2024)

Robin Swann: ...Health and Social Care (HSC) system across Northern Ireland. Some said that that was scaremongering, while others said that it was untrue. Unusually, the six chairs of our health and social care trusts have come out vocally this morning to warn about the impact that the Budget that was passed last Tuesday will have on the service. I quote from their statement: "It is our duty to warn of...

Scottish Parliament: Post Office (Horizon System) Offences (Scotland) Bill (30 May 2024)

Michael Marra: ...time. All of that could have happened at any point over the past decade and more, when it has obviously been required. Today, members have told the stories of victims and their families, and the repercussions of that gross and grand scandal. We hope that the victims and their families feel that their long fight for justice, which followed the longer fight to be...

Victims and Prisoners Bill: Clause 15 - Guidance about independent domestic violence and sexual violence advisors (24 May 2024)

Kevin Brennan: ...for the £50 he will pay to charity after losing a bet with me that there would be a referendum on Scottish independence by the end of this Parliament. I put that on record, not because I do not trust him but because I said that I would send him the name of the charity after today’s debate. He is a man of honour and a man of his word, so I know he will pay up. On a serious point, I thank...

Media Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 88 (22 May 2024)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: ...acknowledge the change that the noble Baroness, Lady Thornton, alluded to in her closing remarks. As the noble Lord, Lord Foster, said, he draws on his extensive expertise in the sector. Given the trust we place in Ofcom to regulate our media sector, its independence and impartiality are of paramount importance. To that end, the existing processes ensure that the appointment of the Ofcom...

Holocaust Memorial Bill: Clause 1 - Expenditure relating to a Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre (22 May 2024)

Michael Ellis: ...One is that this Bill is in some way being steamrollered, which I suggest cannot be anything other than a flight of fancy. In fact, this measure has taken many years—close to a decade from its earliest formations. It has not quite reached the Dickensian Jarndyce v. Jarndyce level of bureaucracy and contemplation, but I do not think it is accurate to claim that it has in any way been...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Veterinary Medicines (21 May 2024)

Andrew Muir: ...do not have the confidence that we could get a solution without actually getting an agreement between the UK and EU. That is what fundamentally underpins the way forward. It is about engagement and trust. Any discussion about unilateral action will massively undermine that. We need to engage the UK Government and EU around that. I engage in the working group because I am focused on...

Media Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 35A (20 May 2024)

Lord Foster of Bath: ...industrial controversy; and … matters relating to current public policy”. Those requirements date back to the very beginning of commercial TV in 1954 and have ensured that we have had a highly trusted broadcast media environment that has, so far, resisted the kinds of disinformation and polarisation that is so prevalent in online information services. Preserving that trusted...

Media Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 16 (20 May 2024)

Baroness Fraser of Craigmaddie: ...producers who recently wrote a public letter to Ofcom, urging it to reconsider the lifting of the current production 91% “made in England” production quota for Channel 4, are long-term, trusted suppliers of Channel 4, ITV and the BBC, as well as Netflix, Disney+, Sky, Amazon and National Geographic among many others. They cannot be dismissed as being “too small” for the PSB...

Renters (Reform) Bill - Second Reading (15 May 2024)

Lord Thurlow: ...have been accommodated in the concurrent debates we are having on the leasehold and freehold Bill or even in the levelling-up Bill last year. I believe the real root of this should be, and indeed lies in, the shortage of housing and, in this case, of properties to rent, as we have heard particularly eloquently from the noble Lords, Lord Frost and Lord Adonis, and the noble Earl, Lord...

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 86 - Creating purported sexual image of adult (15 May 2024)

Alex Cunningham: ...the case. A few paragraphs further on in my speech, I will address that point specifically, as I did in Committee. Proposed new section 41B(6) states: “A person is to be treated as having complied with an order under subsection (2) if they have done all that they reasonably can to secure that the offender is produced before the court for the sentencing hearing.” Given that subsection...

Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill - Second Reading (13 May 2024)

Lord Sikka: ...Lords, I welcome this Bill, as it enables some postmasters wrongly convicted to secure some compensation and wipe the slate clean, though the scars of injustice will remain with them and their families for ever. I will raise four broad areas of concern. First, as has been pointed out, Clause 1 quashes convictions prosecuted by the Post Office and the Crown Prosecution Service only. It does...

Pet Abduction Bill - Second Reading (10 May 2024)

Lord Black of Brentwood: ...Cat Care. This Bill has government and cross-party support, for which I am most grateful. It enjoys the strong support of the admirable charities in the sector: Cats Protection, the Dogs Trust, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, Refuge, the RSPCA and many others that have campaigned long and hard to get to this point. I believe it also has strong public backing, as we saw from the excellent...

Alternative Investment Fund Designation Bill [HL] - Third Reading: Motion (10 May 2024)

Baroness Altmann: ...into their key investor documents, even though it is wrong. This error has now usefully been exposed this week—we did not know this when we were debating the Bill at Second Reading. It lies at the heart of the problem that the Bill seeks to remedy; the value of a listed investment company’s shares is the share price, not the asset value. Of course, all charges must be disclosed, and...

BBC Mid-term Charter Review ( 9 May 2024)

Julia Lopez: ...which is first and foremost to serve the people and interests of this our great nation. One of my hon. Friend’s techniques as a relentless campaigner—I hope he will not mind my saying this—is lying in wait for Ministers and pouncing on them, with surprising agility for an octogenarian, in darkened corridors or voting Lobbies to advance the causes closest to his heart. So it has been...

Miners and Mining Communities ( 9 May 2024)

Keir Mather: .... So in Selby we know a thing or two about coal, and we are living through the consequences of what the industry’s end can bring, both for our communities, and for ex-mineworkers and their families. I would like to send special thanks to the Selby branch of the NUM advice service for all the work it does to advance its members’ interests. We inherit a proud past in Selby, but we in...

Scottish Parliament: Colleges (Support) ( 8 May 2024)

Liam Kerr: ...money in the budget, but we did not. During last night’s debate on colleges, the minister blamed Opposition parties, Brexit and the Tories, but he failed to acknowledge that the blame lies entirely with the occupants of the Government benches. My authority for that statement is the Education, Children and Young People Committee, which, in its “College regionalisation...

6. Debate on the Equality and Social Justice Committee Report, 'How we must all play our part: a public health approach to halting the epidemic in gender-based violence' ( 8 May 2024)

Jane Dodds: ...that we step up to the plate here in Wales and show action on this issue. I would like to express my gratitude to the members of the committee, and at the heart of my contribution here today lies the vital importance of putting victims and survivors at the centre of an approach to gender-based violence. Thank you to all of those who bravely shared their experiences. We listened to...

Countering Iran’s Hostile Activities — [Gordon Henderson in the Chair] ( 8 May 2024)

Margaret Hodge: ...pursue their violent, repressive and hostile activities here in the UK and across the world. We have some practical asks of the Government, to which I hope the Minister will respond when she replies to the debate. It is now almost a month since we woke up to the news that Iran had launched 300 drones and missiles at Israel, following Israel’s attack on the Islamic Revolutionary Guard...

Defence ( 7 May 2024)

Jeremy Quin: ..., the pressurising of independent states, the disruption of democratic processes and the deployment of proxies. Into that category can be placed the hack of the defence payroll discussed earlier today, which follows the hack of our electoral data. However, those are simply symptoms of a much wider pattern of step-by-step aggression. If, at a future date, our adversaries were to step over...


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