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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...

Parliamentary Democracy and Standards in Public Life - Motion to Take Note (11 Jan 2024)

Lord Parekh: ...interest and benefits to all. Parliamentary democracy is one form of democracy. It is not the only one; there are many others. What distinguishes parliamentary democracy and makes the element of trust particularly relevant to parliamentary democracy is that power lies with the people, but it is not exercised directly by the people but through their elected representatives. It is a mediated...

Scottish Parliament: Public Service Values (11 Jan 2024)

Michael Marra: ...s personal commitment to end delayed discharge entirely by the end of the year—that year, of course, was 2015, not 2023. Day by day, GP access and NHS dental care are increasingly a myth for families across Scotland. We could also take education reform as an example. We are three years on from the SQA scandal: the SQA was, rightly, going to be scrapped, and Education Scotland to be...

Automated Vehicles Bill [HL] - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 2 (10 Jan 2024)

Baroness Randerson: ...into the situation in relation to support for automated vehicles. The experience in San Francisco illustrates the dramatic impact of accidents involving automated vehicles on support for them and trust in them. There is support for the progress of these vehicles, and the concept of them, across the Chamber. Therefore, it is so important that the Bill gets the approach right. I support...

Antisemitic Offences — [Valerie Vaz in the Chair] ( 9 Jan 2024)

Andrew Percy: ...thank my hon. Friend the Member for West Bromwich East (Nicola Richards) for raising this important issue. I thank all those who work in Jewish community groups—the CST, the Antisemitism Policy Trust, the Union of Jewish Students, the Jewish Leadership Council or others—who do so much to bring attention to this appalling issue and to keep the Jewish community safe. We know that a...

Scottish Parliament: Constitution, Europe, External Affairs and Culture Committee Report: “How Devolution is Changing Post-EU” ( 9 Jan 2024)

Donald Cameron: ...Neil Bibby stated that Scottish Labour wanted to reset relations between the UK and Scottish Governments, and Mark Ruskell made a similar point. Alex Cole-Hamilton stated that devolution depends on trust between the Scottish and UK Governments and that he believes that Scotland’s future lies in a reformed and federal United Kingdom. Kate Forbes stressed how the debate was, more than...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Northumberland (20 Dec 2023)

Damian Hinds: 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 them by providing access to annual capital funding, delivering major rebuilding programmes, and offering guidance and support. Responsible bodies in England, depending on their size and...

Scottish Parliament: A9 Dualling (20 Dec 2023)

Jamie Halcro Johnston: ...until last year—nearly five years later—that SNP ministers finally came clean. How can local businesses, people who live along the route of the A9 and those who have lost loved ones on the road trust the Government to finally deliver on those new, even more vague promises when they have been lied to so many times before?

Christmas, Christianity and Communities — [Dame Maria Miller in the Chair] (19 Dec 2023)

Nicholas Fletcher: ...a better time than now. Do not think that you are not good enough to ask—that is what I thought. I lived for decades without the Lord because I thought I was not good enough to be a Christian. Trust me, you will never not be good enough and nor will I. Forget all your reservations and just ask, and when you do, you will start watching the negatives in your life fall away. Why? Because...

Victims and Prisoners Bill - Second Reading (18 Dec 2023)

Lord Garnier: ..., from policy formation to implementation into law, so we will rely on him to ensure that legislation leaving this House is in better shape than it was when it arrived. Like the noble Lord, I am a trustee of the Prison Reform Trust and I particularly look forward to his reforming the law on IPPs and other aspects of the criminal justice system, as well as his analysis of Home Office and...

Trial of Jimmy Lai (18 Dec 2023)

Iain Duncan Smith: ...seems to have been a shift in policy. Notwithstanding that, I and hon. Friends have raised the issue of his citizenship with the Foreign Office to no avail, until now. At the heart of the issue lies the Sino-British agreement. I recall that at the time of its signing, the ambassador in Beijing, Percy Cradock, said of China’s leaders that they may be “thuggish dictators” but that they...

Written Answers — Department for Culture, Media and Sport: BBC and Ofcom: Gaza (18 Dec 2023)

John Whittingdale: ...provide accurate and impartial news and information. That is particularly important when it comes to coverage of highly sensitive events. The BBC’s accuracy and impartiality is critical to viewer trust. And as the external independent regulator of the BBC, Ofcom is responsible for ensuring BBC coverage is duly impartial and accurate under the Broadcasting Code and BBC Charter. The events...

Scottish Parliament: Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Act 2023 (14 Dec 2023)

Maree Todd: ...position that it is nonsense, but it is absolutely true. The UK Government has consulted Great Britain-wide—not in Northern Ireland, but in England, Wales and Scotland. We are expected to trust that the precedent of non-application in Scotland of the ambulance service regulations will be followed for the upcoming hospital service regulations. The decision to introduce such regulations in...

UK Military Action in Iraq: Declassified Documents (13 Dec 2023)

Neale Hanvey: ...…my view is that a new resolution in suitable terms is a sine qua non.” He added: “The Ministerial Code requires Ministers to comply with the law, including international law…I cannot believe that Ministers would wish to order British servicemen into action unless their legal advisers were able to assure them that it was legally justifiable.” The then Prime Minister, Tony Blair,...

Scottish Parliament: Education (13 Dec 2023)

Jamie Greene: ...to celebrate, it is clearly deluded. At the current rate, it will take 56 years to close the attainment gap. That is not a record to be proud of. What are the reasons for all of that? The answer lies in a litany of broken pledges and ignored warnings and an educational ecosystem that has gaping fault lines. We all know that already. The class size promise has been broken. The teacher...

Auditory Verbal Therapy — [Dame Maria Miller in the Chair] (12 Dec 2023)

Maria Caulfield: ...UK. Between one and two babies in every thousand are born with permanent hearing loss in one or both ears, and we know that early and effective support is crucial for these children and their families. My hon. Friend pointed out how important it is that help and support is there as soon as possible. She also pointed out that, without intervention, children with speech and language needs...

Cyber Democratic Influence - Statement (11 Dec 2023)

Lord Collins of Highbury: ...the other place that next year will see elections not only in Britain but in the United States, India and the European Union, with more than 70 elections scheduled in 40 countries across the world. Trust and confidence in our system of democracy will be undermined if we are unable to ensure it is free from such interference. Leo Doherty, the Minister, said that the Statement was made now...

Schools: Safeguarding - Motion to Take Note ( 7 Dec 2023)

Baroness Uddin: ...’s fundamental rights and freedoms, including to freedom of expression and belief. It dehumanises many very young children and has a detrimental impact on their mental health, self-confidence and trust in those who have responsibility for their well-being. On many occasions, children are referred without their parents’ knowledge or consent. This is not about child sexual abuse or...

Cyber Interference: UK Democracy ( 7 Dec 2023)

David Lammy: ...approach 2024, the year of elections not only in Britain, but in the United States, India and the EU, with more than 70 elections scheduled in 40 countries across the world. Democracy is built on trust, and trust must be built on the confidence that politicians on all sides are able to conduct the business of democracy free from interference. Let me ask the Minister some specific questions...

7. Plaid Cymru Debate: Fuel poverty ( 6 Dec 2023)

Jane Hutt: I won't be taking any more interventions. I do say that many of the levers that can make the biggest difference to poverty levels and energy costs do lie elsewhere. They lie with the UK Government, they lie with the energy companies, they lie with the regulator, Ofgem. It is so important that this motion, which we back, is calling for the UK Government to introduce a social tariff to protect...


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