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Prayers - [Mr Speaker in the Chair] : Conversion Practices (Prohibition) Bill — [Mr Speaker in the Chair] ( 1 Mar 2024)

Neale Hanvey: ...and refers back to the points made in the previous intervention. I have a very busy constituency office and I meet church leaders and different faith groups to talk about these issues. They are relieved that they have a Member of Parliament who is prepared to stand up on their behalf and ask the difficult questions. I have parents with children who are contemplating transition or who are...

Alternative Investment Fund Designation Bill [HL] - Second Reading ( 1 Mar 2024)

Lord Livermore: ...Baroness made an extremely compelling case for action. I agree strongly with much of her analysis and many of the objectives of her Bill. I will briefly review some of the key points that underlie the Bill. First, we have seen in the debate today a clear consensus on the importance of this sector to the UK economy. It makes up over 30% of the FTSE 250 and supports vital economic growth...

Windrush - Motion to Take Note (29 Feb 2024)

Baroness Burt of Solihull: ...not issued with any documentation confirming their status, and the Home Office did not keep a full register confirming who was entitled to this status. So the fault for what subsequently happened lies, at least in part, at the door of the Home Office. Then we had the “hostile environment”, initiated by Theresa May in 2012 with the intention of deterring illegal immigrants—but the...

Media Bill - Second Reading: Amendment to the Motion (28 Feb 2024)

Lord Vaizey of Didcot: ...them into real broadcasting powerhouses. It has been helped to do that by a process of deregulation, so I am pleased to see that the Government are continuing that process. Behind deregulation lies the ability to trust the broadcasters to know where their audiences are and to use technology to provide local content—not necessarily having to be based locally, but still able to present...

Media Bill - Second Reading (28 Feb 2024)

Baroness Featherstone: My Lords, the Media Bill is good, but it can be better. That is what I trust we will achieve during its passage here. We are so fortunate with our PSBs, which form a miraculous ecosystem that lies at the heart of our nation, our common understanding, our daily lives and our conversations. It is not only our unique selling point but the birthplace and cauldron that nurtures the extraordinary...

Post Office Board and Governance (28 Feb 2024)

Marion Fellows: ...could continue for another one or two years. Henry Staunton’s claims persist. Why has the Prime Minister refused to back up the Secretary of State, refusing to repeat the claim that Staunton lied? This is the third time we have been here to find out about the circumstances of Mr Staunton’s departure. The last time the Secretary of State mentioned investigations into Staunton but failed...

Funding for Youth Services — [Derek Twigg in the Chair] (28 Feb 2024)

Lilian Greenwood: ...and educational leisure-time activities can have a significant effect on young people’s development and well-being….Those activities can…support them to build their skills…improve trust and tolerance…help them become active members of society…champion their voice.” We do not believe that youth services matter just because people tell us they matter: there is a wealth of...

Northern Ireland - Motion for an Humble Address: Amendment to the Motion (27 Feb 2024)

Baroness Suttie: ...powerful speeches on that. They feel that they have been let down on several occasions since Brexit, perhaps particularly by the former Prime Minister Boris Johnson. They feel that they have been lied to and that, rightly, some of the past agreements to try to get over the impasse have been ever so slightly overspun; the noble Lord, Lord Lexden, spoke rather marvellously on that point....

Scottish Parliament: Budget (Scotland) (No 3) Bill (27 Feb 2024)

Jackie Baillie: ...do their jobs in a broken system. Audit Scotland has described Scotland’s NHS as directionless, risking patient safety and on the brink of breakdown. Health is fully devolved, and responsibility lies with the SNP Government. The Deputy First Minister, like the rest of the Government, is at pains to blame everybody else, but there comes a point when a little self-reflection is required....

Anaesthesia Associates and Physician Associates Order 2024 - Motion to Approve: Amendment to the Motion (26 Feb 2024)

Baroness Fox of Buckley: ..., you are surrounded by people wearing a million badges, different colours and lanyards. They all introduce themselves to you in great detail, but you do not care because you are ill. You want to lie back and trust them, and assume that a division of labour is going on. Sometimes, when I was reading the briefings, it felt as though there might be a bit of vested interest about who was...

Northern Ireland (26 Feb 2024)

Jim Shannon: .... That may be the case, but it will not be because the people of this nation do not want us; it will be because the people of Northern Ireland have decided. That is where the consent principle lies. This Humble Address underlines the position of this Government—a position that many have questioned. As the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland said to me recently, a rebuilding of trust...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Special Educational Needs and Disability: Investment and Transformation (26 Feb 2024)

Cathy Mason: It is a privilege to be here for the first time, making my first speech, and it is important that I thank all those in South Down who placed their trust in me to represent them in the Chamber. I gave my word that I would work hard for the people of South Down and try to bring forward solutions to the issues that matter to them in their everyday lives. Those include making childcare...

Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation Bill (23 Feb 2024)

Wayne David: ...test. Claimants will have to show that they are more likely than not to succeed at trial. Where they cannot do so, the case will be struck out. In addition, much of the harm in SLAPP claims lies in the risk of adverse costs that defendants face. A properly functioning early dismissal mechanism will assist in removing many of the risks to the defendant. However, for SLAPP claims that are...

Pupil Mental Health, Well-being and Development - Motion to Take Note (22 Feb 2024)

Baroness Morris of Yardley: ...class discrimination. Schools themselves can support children who may have mental health issues arising from pressures outside school, such as social media, drugs, fragmented communities, or families who do not have the skills to help them. Schools are absolutely key in this. They are the places where most children go and where trust is greatest—probably after child medical services. We...

Scottish Parliament: Regulation of Legal Services (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (22 Feb 2024)

Baroness Katy Clark: ...Government involvement is not in the interests of the Government itself, the legal profession or, most important, the public. We believe that the independence of the legal profession from the state lies at the heart of the rule of law and, indeed, of public trust. I am very interested in the fact that the minister will be lodging amendments. I am not a member of the committee that...

Water Pollution: East Durham (21 Feb 2024)

Grahame Morris: ...but experience suggests that the reverse happens: we get lower standards, higher bills and no choice. Therefore, the Government should put an expectation, or indeed a requirement, on private monopolies to deliver for the taxpayer. I am not telling the Government to block profits and shareholder dividends forever—quite the reverse. Private water companies that deliver public policy goals...

Animal Welfare (Livestock Exports) Bill - Second Reading (21 Feb 2024)

Baroness Hayman of Ullock: My Lords, I start by declaring my interest as set out in the register as president of the Rare Breeds Survival Trust, and I thank the Minister for his introduction to the Bill. We welcome this legislation. Labour has previously called for a ban on live exports and I have personally campaigned on it as well—although not as long as the noble Baroness, Lady Fookes, who has worked so long and...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Budget Bill: Second Stage (19 Feb 2024)

Steve Aiken: ...effectively, which we all want to do, we need to be aware of the information. If you have that information, Committees should have it as well. We are not setting out to deliberately trip you up. Trust me: I am not. I know what it is like, and I have seen the parlous financial situation that we are in. However, we are not in a position to help you unless you give us the information that we...

Post Office Governance and Horizon Compensation Schemes (19 Feb 2024)

Kevan Jones: ...not know about it, so who did? For the sake of openness and transparency, she should produce all correspondence between UKGI and Post Office. The Secretary of State has accused Henry Staunton of lying in public. The only way we can judge whether she is telling the truth is if we have all the information out there. Can I just say to the Secretary of State, in relation to her obsession with...

Victims and Prisoners Bill - Committee (5th Day): Amendment 123A (13 Feb 2024)

Baroness Sanderson of Welton: ...the right to see all relevant documentation. The noble Lord, Lord Wills, has done this brilliantly, so I will just quickly add that this is central to the role of the IPA given the dissembling that lies at the heart of pretty much every disaster, as institutions still seek to protect themselves over and above those who have been wronged. I completely agree with the noble Lord’s point...


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