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New Housing: Swift Bricks — [Sir Edward Leigh in the Chair] (10 Jul 2023)

Helen Morgan: ...was an MP I had not heard of a swift brick, but I have since become aware of the campaign, and they seem to me to be a fantastic solution. They offer artificial homes for swifts, which the British Trust for Ornithology has said works incredibly well for the reintroduction of swift nesting sites in areas where they have been lost. Swift bricks have been incorporated into new planning...

Public Bill Committee: Victims and Prisoners Bill: Clause 24 - Appointment of independent public advocate ( 6 Jul 2023)

Maria Eagle: ..., for the reasons that the bishop set out extremely well. In the turmoil of the aftermath of a big public disaster, it is important that someone is on the ground immediately to support the families. I do believe that, and I think it is a perfectly achievable position to have. A secretariat could be drawn together at short notice—a standing secretariat, as it were. It would be doing work...

Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Energy Infrastructure ( 5 Jul 2023)

Siobhan Baillie: I was not aware of that, but to anyone I meet and to schoolchildren when I go to schools, I say, “Do not lie down in the road, do not glue yourself to stuff and do not get arrested. Go and do your maths and your science, and you will be the champions of the future.” My constituency is so packed with innovation and technology businesses that I could talk all day about it. I have chewed the...

Fighting Fraud (Fraud Act 2006 and Digital Fraud Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (30 Jun 2023)

Lord Sharpe of Epsom: ...in the further measures set out in the fraud strategy to close the vulnerabilities that criminals exploit. This needs to be a joint effort across sectors, as the answer to solving fraud does not lie solely with the telecoms sector. As announced in the fraud strategy, the SIM farm consultation has just closed and we will come back with more on that in due course. Online fraud is a...

Business of the House (29 Jun 2023)

Thangam Debbonaire: ...leadership. If he does not stand up for standards, what does he actually stand for? I urge this House to endorse the report a week on Monday. That matters, because the public need to be able to trust the system we have. When Ministers mislead the House, whether intentionally or not, and fail to correct the record, or when an MP, a Minister or, worst of all, a serving Prime Minister lies to...

Repurposing Russian Assets to Rebuild Ukraine (27 Jun 2023)

Dave Doogan: ..., almost certainly; the EU and/or the US, definitely—but we should certainly shine a very bright searchlight on the ill-gotten gains of the Russian elites who stood by and watched Putin, who relies on the co-dependency they create, systematically destroy the natural and built capital of Ukraine for reasons so spurious that they would be comic if they were not so egregious and deadly for...

Road User Charging Schemes — [Graham Stringer in the Chair] (26 Jun 2023)

Richard Holden: ...that they make in local government. One of the petitions proposes changing the GLA Act to remove a power from a directly elected Mayor. It is interesting that the petitioners know where the power lies but do not trust the person who is currently in the position to stand up for them. It is quite something when, rather than campaigning to change the person at the top, the petitioners are so...

Cabinet Office: Public Spending: Value for Money (22 Jun 2023)

Richard Burgon: It is not just the lies by the former Prime Minister that have damaged trust in our politics; the contracts handed out to Tory friends and donors through VIP lanes did great damage too, yet the Government last week voted down attempts to shut down VIP lanes for good. No doubt Tory donors are rubbing their hands with glee, but with polls showing three quarters of the public are worried about...

Animal Welfare (Kept Animals) (21 Jun 2023)

Gill Furniss: ...smuggling of dogs and puppies… We will end excessively long journeys for slaughter and fattening… We will ban keeping primates as pets”. Like so many other promises, those commitments now lie in tatters. Ministers now say they will take forward each part of the Bill separately but, after so many broken promises and no clear timetable, how do they expect the public to trust them to...

Co-operatives and Alternative Businesses: Local Authority Support — [Peter Dowd in the Chair] (20 Jun 2023)

Beth Winter: ...people like Simon Gale, have significant experience of working with and supporting co-ops and community-based enterprises. One example of how it recently worked was with the Coalfields Regeneration Trust opening a facility called Hwb Cana in Penywaun, where I used to work as a community development officer many years ago. It will function as a skills and training centre for local residents...

Privilege: Conduct of Right Hon. Boris Johnson (19 Jun 2023)

Simon Lightwood: This Friday marks my first anniversary of being elected to this House, but this is perhaps one of the most powerful moments I have experienced. It is a chance for us all to begin to reset trust in our politics. I put on record my thanks to the Leader of the House and the shadow Leader of the House, who have sat and listened to each and every word of this debate. I know that does not always...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Buildings (19 Jun 2023)

Nick Gibb: Education is a devolved matter, and the response outlines the information for England only. Responsibility for ensuring the safety and condition of school buildings lies with the responsible bodies, such as Local Authorities, trusts, and voluntary aided bodies. The Department has sent a questionnaire on Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC) to all responsible bodies in England, asking...

Local Government: Reinvigorating Local Democracy - Motion to Take Note (15 Jun 2023)

Baroness Hayman of Ullock: ...-up and Regeneration Bill may well add to that complexity. This is something we need to think carefully about. We need to ensure that local people understand where responsibility and accountability lie for decisions that are made. When I was a Member of Parliament, I was often asked to get my councillors into order. People genuinely get confused about responsibility and where reporting...

Backbench Business (15 Jun 2023)

Mike Penning: ...who can read in general terms; I will return to that point—have the ability to access audiobooks, while protecting the Treasury from the cost burdens. That is probably where the biggest problem lies. If we were just talking about people who are visually impaired—a group of people who, without being rude, can be quite easily identified—the Treasury could make those calculations quite...

Bank Closures: Stoke-on-Trent North: Insolvency Law and Director Disqualifications — [Mr Speaker in the Chair] (14 Jun 2023)

Kevin Hollinrake: ...reform, so that we can hold people to account on their duties under the Companies Act 2006 and other requirements. The Government response in May 2022 to our consultation on the “Restoring trust in audit and governance” White Paper confirmed plans to require very large companies to provide targeted new annual reporting on their management of risk and certain other matters. The new...

Legislative Definition of Sex — [Judith Cummins in the Chair] (12 Jun 2023)

Ranil Jayawardena: .... Such provision at school is essential for the privacy, dignity and safety of pupils. A further Policy Exchange report, “Gender Identity Ideology in the NHS”, found that North Bristol NHS Trust was not willing to guarantee same-sex intimate care or same-sex accommodation to patients, stating: “These arrangements meet all national standards relating to single sex accommodation.”...

Illegal Migration Bill - Committee (4th Day) (Continued): Amendment 121 (12 Jun 2023)

Baroness Lister of Burtersett: ...and should minimise physical or psychological harm”. I would argue that these clauses do not respect and prioritise the dignity of the child, as they are based on the assumption that the child is lying. Crucial here is the issue of consent, on which the committee’s recommendation was very clear, saying that the child “should be provided with clear information explaining the risks and...

Scottish Parliament: Deposit Return Scheme ( 7 Jun 2023)

Lorna Slater: ...have a stable basis on which to go forward, but it is clear that the UK Government has simply not yet done the work and is not in a position to give the assurances that Scottish businesses need. Earlier today, the First Minister and I met a wide range of businesses to discuss where the UK Government’s 11th hour intervention leaves us. I am grateful for the constructive and focused...

New Housing Supply ( 5 Jun 2023)

Selaine Saxby: ...developers struggle to build in North Devon. Even when they do, it is easier to build holiday lets than permanent residences, as borne out across endless farms. For small villages, community land trusts need to be simplified, with learnings from rural communities more widely shared. Again, delays in planning mean it is months and months before any response is forthcoming for even...

Illegal Migration Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 14 ( 5 Jun 2023)

Lord Dubs: .... I found that quite flattering—I thought the odds of 10:1 were quite favourable to me, given who was on the other side. I was given assurances. One of the Commons Ministers said: “Don’t you trust me?” I looked him in the eye and I lied: “Yes, I trust you, but I don’t trust the Government”—so it was half true—“And anyway, who is to say that you will be in your job in...


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