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6. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Housing supply ( 7 Feb 2024)

Mark Isherwood: ...—a point that Carolyn Thomas doesn't also appear to be aware of—switched to housing associations under legislation in the 1980s. Natasha Asghar said that blame for the housing crisis directly lies with Labour Welsh Government policies over 25 years and how she's truly saddened that the dream of home ownership is beyond so many young people today. Jenny Rathbone claimed that the ONS...

Deportation of Foreign National Offenders ( 7 Feb 2024)

Jim Shannon: .... I am very fond of the hon. Lady, and she knows that. I am a Christian, I have Christian faith, and I am chair of the all-party parliamentary group for international freedom of religion or belief, so I speak up for those of Christian faith, those of other faiths and those with no faith. I am trying to say this as gently as I can, but I have people in my constituency who have converted to...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Public Finances ( 6 Feb 2024)

Phillip Brett: ...side and to fight their corner, and they supported me in my vision to ensure a better and brighter future for everyone who calls North Belfast home. While I will never be able to fully repay the trust that they put in me, I commit myself today, with a renewed sense of vigour and, indeed, boundless optimism for the future, to continue to work in order to build back that proud community by...

Victims and Prisoners Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 76 (to Amendment 75) ( 5 Feb 2024)

Baroness Fox of Buckley: My Lords, I have an amendment in this group—sometimes the way the groupings lie is a bit difficult. This group covers violence against women and girls, and my amendment relates to how we assess data on that violence. I thank the noble Lords, Lord Blencathra and Lord Jackson of Peterborough, for their support—and we shall hear from one of them shortly. Amendment 105 seeks to probe problems...

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

Baroness Taylor of Stevenage: ...and lived alongside—as referred to by the noble Lord, Lord Gold. As news emerged, both during and after the war, of the horrors of the Nazi Holocaust, it was felt deeply even by those whose families were not directly impacted. The heartbreak for the families and those who had managed to escape to this country was incalculable and unimaginable. Our parents and grandparents made sure that...

United Kingdom Internal Market ( 1 Feb 2024)

Jim Shannon: My hon. Friend clearly illustrates the distrust. To be fair, the Minister of State and Secretary of State have recognised that and know the job they have to do. It is clear why some of my electorate question not the dealings of the DUP, but rather those of the Government, wondering whether this deal is deliverable and will stand the test of time. Under the methodology before us, the...

Social Security (31 Jan 2024)

David Linden: ...I will outline them shortly—the JRF report has to be a wake-up call for this Government, and indeed the Government who may follow, if we are to make any tangible change to the broken system that lies before us. In its report, the graph that illustrates the percentage of people in poverty is broken down into the following categories: in poverty, but not in deep poverty; in deep poverty,...

Scottish Parliament: UK Covid-19 Inquiry (31 Jan 2024)

Douglas Ross: ...health advice. Now, nearly four years on from the start of the first lockdown, the work of the UK Covid inquiry has let us see just how blatantly the Scottish National Party Government abused that trust. This morning, Nicola Sturgeon was asked why she had got rid of all her WhatsApp messages despite knowing that a do-not-destroy order was in place. She was asked why she had assured a...

Holocaust Memorial Day (25 Jan 2024)

Liz Twist: .... This year’s Holocaust Memorial Day marks the 30th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide and the murder of up to 1 million Tutsis in just 100 days by violent Hutu extremists. We remember the families, communities, cultures and traditions lost forever to hatred and persecution, and we pay tribute to the survivors. Their lives irrevocably altered by devastating violence, we owe them great...

Northern Ireland (Executive Formation) Bill - Second Reading (24 Jan 2024)

Lord Weir of Ballyholme: ...to threaten or intimidate any Member from whatever source—towards whichever Member—is utterly wrong. Politics must always be decided in a democratic and peaceful manner, and had others applied that lesson over the last number of decades, we would be in a much better place in Northern Ireland. The Bill itself is one that, given the circumstances, is, as my noble friend Lord Dodds said,...

Northern Ireland (Executive Formation) Bill (24 Jan 2024)

Jim Shannon: ...understood. As a people who were bombed and attacked by IRA nationalists for 30 years, we are not easily pressured or cowed. When it comes to protecting that for which my family and many other families shed their blood, we will not be blackmailed. My constituents want me to make it clear that all those who gave their life for Queen and country, as it was then, or King and country, as it is...

Hedgerows: Legal Protection — [Julie Elliott in the Chair] (24 Jan 2024)

Selaine Saxby: ...populations of bumblebees, allowing them to find suitable flowers to pollinate. I want to give a big thank you to Braunton parish council and the local volunteers at the Bumblebee Conservation Trust for their work. Recent research by CPRE has found that planting hedgerows on arable land can boost the production of pollinating insects, increase crop yields by 10% and reduce pesticide use by...

Offshore Petroleum Licensing Bill (22 Jan 2024)

Kenny MacAskill: I think there are a variety of factors, and I have no doubt that some of those factors are there. There has also been a failure to invest. Where the blame does not lie is with a workforce who are skilled and who presently have to work with a refinery that is past its sell by date and requires to be invested in. Even the union and the workforce recognise that investment is required to get the...

Groceries Supply Code of Practice — [Mrs Sheryll Murray in the Chair] (22 Jan 2024)

Daniel Zeichner: ...the 49% of farmers who fear going out of business, with 75% of them citing pressure from supermarkets. That is a powerful image. I thank Orla Delargy at Sustain and Vicki Hird, now at the Wildlife Trusts, for providing me with very helpful facts and observations about the food supply chain over many years, since the passage of the Agriculture Act 2020. I also thank Lesley Mitchell, whose...

Inheritance Tax — [Sir Robert Syms in the Chair] (17 Jan 2024)

Jim Shannon: ...case for why inheritance tax should be abolished in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Inheritance tax is a levy imposed on the estates of people when they die, and I believe it is one of the most unfair taxes in existence. That is my opinion, and I hope others will respect it. Inheritance tax punishes a lifetime of hard work, discourages saving and creates...

Post Office (Horizon System) Compensation Bill - Second Reading (and remaining stages) (16 Jan 2024)

Baroness Hoey: ...time that people spent in prison, and no amount of money will help take away that terrible trauma we know those men and women felt when they knew that their local community—which they had loved, trusted and worked with—was looking at them in a different way, because there was always this idea that there was no smoke without fire. The point raised by the noble Baroness, Lady...

Online Filter Bubbles: Misinformation and Disinformation — [Sir Mark Hendrick in the Chair] (16 Jan 2024)

Chris Evans: ...we have enjoyed throughout the years in this country and around the world. This is because within those filter bubbles divisive ideologies can take root and thrive, leading to the erosion of trust in our institutions. We cannot ignore the fact that these bubbles are a by-product of algorithms designed to maximise user engagement. Although they keep us engaged, they can simultaneously trap...

Excess Death Trends — [Sir Gary Streeter in the Chair] (16 Jan 2024)

Andrew Bridgen: ...understand public health generally refer to them as QALYs. They measure healthy years of life lost and are the most sensible metric for properly assessing the impacts of deaths and lost life on families and society. QALYs were ignored at the outset. They were ignored in July 2020 when the Government’s own assessment was that lockdowns would reduce QALYs by about 1 million years in the...

Foster Carers: Allowances and Tax Arrangements — [Sir Graham Brady in the Chair] (15 Jan 2024)

Martyn Day: ...care. Those experts repeatedly highlighted similar complex aspects, and I want to raise the allowances paid to foster carers—foremost, the inconsistency of how national minimum allowances are applied. The national minimum allowances for foster carers are set by each of the UK Governments. They vary depending on where the foster carer lives and the age of the child they care for. Notably,...

Written Answers — Treasury: Child Trust Fund: Walsall South (15 Jan 2024)

Bim Afolami: There could be several reasons why matured Child Trust Fund (CTF) accounts have not been accessed by those who are entitled to the funds. The National Audit Office in its report titled Investigation into Child Trust Funds published in March 2023 (www.nao.org.uk/reports/investigation-into-child-trust-funds /) considers some of these. Primary responsibility for communicating with account...


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