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Economic Activity of Public Bodies (Overseas Matters) Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 19 ( 7 May 2024)

Lord Sentamu: ...Lords, I was not at Second Reading because, as some of you know, I have been away for six months for reasons I will not explain. The argument goes on from side to side, but the simple answer for me lies not just in the Bill but in the Explanatory Notes on economic activities of public bodies overseas. In the background to this legislation, we are told by those who prepared it that, if...

Scottish Parliament: First Minister ( 7 May 2024)

Anas Sarwar: Scotland needs a stable and competent Government. At a time when we face the twin challenges of the cost of living crisis, with families struggling to make ends meet, and an NHS crisis in which too many Scots are struggling to access life-saving NHS treatment, we need a Government that rises to those challenges—the biggest challenges since devolution. Instead, we have an SNP...

Scottish Parliament: Personal Statement ( 7 May 2024)

Humza Yousaf: ...the fairness that you have shown me during my time on the front benches. I, of course, intend to repay that fairness by being a model back bencher who will be on their best behaviour—I do not believe that the Opposition is laughing—at least for the first few weeks. I think that many of us will be in a reflective mood as we mark 25 years of devolution this week. I am certain...

Illegal Immigration: Costs — [Graham Stringer in the Chair] ( 7 May 2024)

Andrea Jenkyns: ...country, surpassed only by the economy. We are facing an immigration and asylum crisis in the UK, and we as parliamentarians need to find a solution, get a grip of the problem, and win back public trust in our ability to represent the interests of the British people and to legislate and govern on their behalf. Too many of my colleagues across the House have been reluctant to discuss the...

Scottish Parliament: Unborn Victims of Violence ( 2 May 2024)

Pam Gosal: ...advanced the discourse and will potentially go on to influence legislation and, ultimately, result in the preservation of numerous lives. Aside from the petition, she set up Brodie’s Trust to support women who have lost babies because of domestic violence or forced termination. The trust provides a safe space for women to share their grief and trauma. The horrifying act of...

Backbench Business: Security in the Western Balkans ( 2 May 2024)

Alec Shelbrooke: ...areas my right hon. Friend the Member for Beckenham (Bob Stewart) mentioned. In the same breath, they say that the country is moving forward, building more solid foundations, and becoming a more trusted partner of international institutions. Where the truth lies between those statements is what we are exploring in today’s debate, but we know that corruption is still rife, and there are...

Financial Conduct Authority: Accountability ( 1 May 2024)

Bim Afolami: ...know is close to heart of the right hon. Member for Orkney and Shetland: the failure of Midas Financial Solutions. Mr Alistair Greig perpetrated a large-scale fraud over a period of several years, lying to those who trusted him with their pensions and life savings. Those were people who had done the right thing in their lives—they had done everything right—and because of the fraud of...

Chatham Docks Basin 3 Redevelopment — [Sir Philip Davies in the Chair] ( 1 May 2024)

Kelly Tolhurst: ...backbone and our local heritage. On the banks of the River Medway, the docks embody the spirit of our community, connecting us to our past while paving the way to our future. Generations of families, including mine, can trace their stories alongside the history of Chatham docks. My mum’s family tells a familiar tale, with ancestors who have worked and served our country from those docks....

Victims and Prisoners Bill - Report (3rd Day): Amendment 119BA (as an amendment to Amendment 119B) (30 Apr 2024)

Baroness Finlay of Llandaff: ...is long overdue. I remind the House that it was in May 1975, nearly 50 years ago, that the WHO expressed serious concern at the international plasma trade. There has been an enormous erosion of trust, grief and anguish. I even worry when people talk about rebuilding trust, because I think we have to stop it being eroded. From the explanations that I have heard outside this Chamber from the...

Victims and Prisoners Bill - Report (3rd Day): Amendment 118 (30 Apr 2024)

Lord Wills: ...if I would like to see 7 post, post mortem photographs of Vicki and 5 post, post mortem photographs of Sarah. I was warned they were both graphic and not pleasant. However, because of the 33yrs of lies, corruption, deception and lack of trust surrounding my daughters’ deaths, I chose to view them. I was shocked these photographs were in the hands of operation resolve. I’m aware the...

Group 3: Disqualification from being a Member of the Senedd or a candidate: persons convicted of the offence of deception within the previous four years (Amendment 43) (30 Apr 2024)

Jane Dodds: ...are facing significant challenges in our current times. The proliferation of misinformation, fake news and deceptive narratives has become increasingly prevalent, and that has eroded public trust in the political sphere. Whilst as a Welsh liberal Democrat I believe we must remain vigilant in protecting the principles of free speech and open discourse, we also bear a clear responsibility to...

Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill: Clause 19 - Power to impose conduct requirements (30 Apr 2024)

Lyn Brown: ...I welcome the Government’s amendments in the other place following those calls. It is important that there is now something like cross-party consensus on this, because we live in a world where distrust is stronger and misinformation thrives. I know that many of us share the fear that genuine, honest journalism is becoming a rare commodity, and the impacts of that are massive right across...

Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 28 (24 Apr 2024)

the Bishop of Manchester: ..., in England there are a small number of charities, probably no more than a dozen, all of them with long and distinguished histories, which, in centuries far past, came into the possession of land lying largely within just a few miles of this House. As London grew and the land increased in value, rather than simply selling it and seeking to invest elsewhere—remember that back then there...

5. 90-second Statements (24 Apr 2024)

Jane Dodds: ...6 per cent of women and 8.7 per cent of men aged 16 and over have experienced this crime. Mental health and physical health are affected, and many victims do not feel listened to. The Suzy Lamplugh Trust reported that only 6.6 per cent of stalking reports to police in England and Wales result in charges, and a shocking 1.4 per cent end in conviction. The root of this crisis lies in a...

Scottish Parliament: Children (Care and Justice) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (24 Apr 2024)

...of those victims will be young people—kids who have suffered life-changing harm, such as violent attacks filmed on mobile phones, and who are unable to leave their homes or return to school, with trust shattered, education disrupted and lives destroyed. They are left traumatised and in need of help, which they do not get, and they watch helplessly as their attackers are given support....

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Asbestos and Concrete (22 Apr 2024)

Damian Hinds: Well maintained, safe school buildings are a priority for the department to support a high-quality education for all children. Responsibility for keeping buildings safe and well maintained lies with schools and their responsible bodies, such as local authorities, academy trusts and voluntary-aided (VA) bodies. The department supports responsible bodies by providing capital funding, delivering...

Spring Budget 2024: Welsh Economy — [Peter Dowd in the Chair] (17 Apr 2024)

Ruth Jones: ...after 14 years of Conservative Government, people in Newport West, Monmouth, Clwyd East and Bridgend, and indeed right across Wales, as well as in the rest of the United Kingdom, are worse off. Families continue to struggle with the cost of living crisis, higher taxes and eye-watering energy bills. The list is depressing and long: debt and interest rates are much higher; Britain’s...

Exclusive Economic Zone: Maritime Safety (17 Apr 2024)

Alistair Carmichael: ...whether the Minister might raise that again with the MCA, because I do not see what the MCA would have to lose by publishing the report. Frankly, it would go a long way towards restoring some trust and confidence between the fishing fleet and the MCA. Essentially, the difficulty lies in the terms of UNCLOS and the decision to vest authority for investigation and prosecution with the flag...

Litigation Funding Agreements (Enforceability) Bill [HL] - Second Reading (15 Apr 2024)

Lord Arbuthnot of Edrom: ...Letwin, had gathered together to say that the concerns about the Post Office’s behaviour had to be independently examined, we got nowhere. Subsequently, Post Office Ministers said that they were lied to and MPs said the same thing. The turning point in the story was the fantastic judgment of Mr Justice Fraser, as he then was. I pay tribute to him. He succeeded in “blowing the bloody...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Supply Resolution for the Northern Ireland Spring Supplementary Estimates 2023-24 and Supply Resolution for the Northern Ireland Estimates: Vote On Account 2024-25 ( 9 Apr 2024)

Eóin Tennyson: ...MLAs from the two largest parties pretended that there was no consequence from not having had a Government in five of the past seven years and that we merely stood still. That is a convenient lie, told to justify the huge damage that has been done. That damage was evident in the Main Estimates predicated on the Secretary of State's punishment Budget, which implemented a swathe of cuts...


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