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King’s Speech - Debate (2nd Day) ( 8 Nov 2023)

Baroness Hamwee: ...the agenda. There seem to be rumours to that effect. When someone goes missing, a lot of people—particularly that person’s family —are affected, so this is relevant to the topical issue of trust in the police, as well as important in itself. The police are the only agency that has particular powers, resources and skills to find missing people and help them to safety. More than a...

Written Ministerial Statements — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe ( 8 Nov 2023)

James Cleverly: ...key principles of reciprocity, transparency, compliance and verification, that have helped keep us safe since the end of the Cold War, Russia’s unilateral withdrawal undermines reciprocity, which lies at the heart of the CFE Treaty. To continue to implement the Treaty would suggest that, despite Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and withdrawal from CFE, we think that the Treaty continues to...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department of Health and Social Care: Ambulance Service: Minimum Service Levels ( 8 Nov 2023)

Will Quince: ...in England, Scotland and Wales’. In it we confirmed that, subject to Parliamentary approval, we will introduce regulations which set minimum service levels and cover the ten NHS ambulance trusts in England, as well as the ambulance services provided by the Isle of Wight NHS Trust. While the UK Government thinks that people across the UK should be able to be confident what types of...

Economic Activity of Public Bodies (Overseas Matters) Bill: New Clause 1 - Impact assessment: trade and diplomatic relations (25 Oct 2023)

Michael Gove: ...a non-country-specific basis. I noted some of the concerns expressed about the impact on the local government pension scheme. Let me stress again that there is no damage to the fiduciary duty that trustees of the scheme will have to uphold in ensuring that they secure the best value on their investments for their members. What the Bill does do is deal with the broad principle that foreign...

Israel/Gaza - Motion to Take Note (24 Oct 2023)

Lord Collins of Highbury: ...aid can be delivered to victims. The simple fact is that, if Hamas had a single concern for the safety of Palestinian people, it would never have taken hostages. The responsibility for this crisis lies with Hamas and nobody else. The scenes of hundreds killed at the Al-Ahli Arabi Baptist hospital are devastating and cannot be justified. As we have heard tonight, we know who was responsible...

Funding for Parks (24 Oct 2023)

Jacob Young: ...even in the most difficult of times. The Government are fully committed to creating better access to parks and green spaces for all our communities. Although the main responsibility for urban parks lies with local authorities, the Government have made a number of targeted investments to support the sector. In 2022, as the right hon. Member mentioned, we launched the £9 million...

Scottish Parliament: Transvaginal Mesh (24 Oct 2023)

Gillian Mackay: ...has been for mesh survivors and how far we still have to go to restore justice fully. I want to focus on a few of the report’s findings and how they relate to transparency and the rebuilding of trust. One such finding is that, in a number of cases, there was a lack of clarity in the case records. Some notes were misleading, while others “did not bear any reflection to the surgery that...

Honesty in Politics — [Mrs Sheryll Murray in the Chair] (23 Oct 2023)

Nia Griffith: ...a matter of such public concern over the past few years: while people up and down the country were making huge sacrifices to comply with the covid rules and help to keep us all safe, with families unable to be with their loved ones in their dying moments, friends unable to attend funerals, businesses struggling and young people missing out on education and social contact, there were...

Regulatory Impact Assessments Bill (20 Oct 2023)

Philip Davies: ...and impact assessments when they come to decisions. We might hope that, if they did so, they would not come up with such ridiculous decisions as locking down the country for two years. That also lies at the heart of my reservations about the Bill, which I relayed in my intervention on my hon. Friend the Member for Christchurch when I asked whether, if a Government introduced a cost-benefit...

Birth Trauma (19 Oct 2023)

Helen Morgan: ...particularly horrified when the Ockenden report was issued last year to see that a reluctance to perform C-sections was one of the factors in the failings of the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust. In fact, it was generally considered on a nationwide basis to be a huge success not to use this lifesaving option wherever possible. There are undoubtedly women who have experienced...

Written Answers — Treasury: Child Trust Fund (19 Oct 2023)

Andrew Griffith: Although primary responsibility for communicating with account holders and their parents lies with Child Trust Fund (CTF) providers, the government is committed to helping people access the savings they are entitled to and continues to explore new routes to reunite young people with their mature CTFs. HMRC actively engages with the industry, other government departments, organisations such...

Access to Musical Education in School - Question for Short Debate (18 Oct 2023)

Lord Berkeley of Knighton: ...the noble Lord, Lord Boateng, on securing this debate, which is so important. I begin by mentioning something I mentioned 10 years ago in my maiden speech. I talked about how, through the Koestler Trust, I managed to get somebody in Wormwood Scrubs a guitar. He wrote to me and he said: “I cannot tell you how grateful I am for this instrument. If I had had the opportunity to express...

Windsor Framework (Retail Movement Scheme) Regulations 2023 - Motion to Regret (18 Oct 2023)

Lord Weir of Ballyholme: ...will cross into the EU, and not even about trade that is at risk of travelling into the EU; it is about trade which is entirely within the United Kingdom. Yet the final and unilateral say on this lies with the European Union. Many reassurances were given at the time of the Windsor Framework: we were told that it would restore the UK internal market and lead to unfettered access in both...

Green Energy: Ports — [Judith Cummins in the Chair] (18 Oct 2023)

Jim Shannon: ...take part in this expansion, so it is good to participate in the debate. We all want to play a part in helping our society to turn greener. Northern Ireland has five ports, four of which are public trust ports; they are in Belfast, Londonderry, Warrenpoint and Coleraine. The fifth is Larne, which is privately owned by P&O. Northern Ireland also has three fishing ports: Ardglass, Kilkeel...

Written Answers — Home Office: Crimes of Violence and Theft: Crime Prevention (18 Oct 2023)

Chris Philp: ...for England and Wales data, which shows a 77% per cent fall in robbery and a 52% fall in theft from the person in the year to March 2023 compared to the year to March 2010. The Safer Streets Fund lies at the heart of the Government’s strategy for cutting crime, protecting the law-abiding majority, and making neighbourhoods safe. We have invested £120m since 2020 into the Safer Streets...

Town and Country Planning (Fees for Applications, Deemed Applications, Requests and Site Visits) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2023 - Motion to Approve (17 Oct 2023)

Baroness Pinnock: ...an application is “valid”. This can mean that the applicant has supplied the relevant information, but it does not mean that the content of the information is of the necessary standard. Herein lies the problem. I have personally seen major applications that have done a cut and paste job—for instance, on a traffic assessment—from another application in another part of the country...

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: Clause 148 - Guidance (17 Oct 2023)

Matthew Pennycook: ...Bill has been with us for some time now. First published in May 2022, it has progressed slowly against the backdrop of significant political and economic turbulence, the responsibility for which lies squarely with the Conservatives. It has survived an unprecedented degree of ministerial churn: three Prime Ministers; four Secretaries of State, albeit one a retread; four Housing and Planning...

8. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Community assets (27 Sep 2023)

Mark Isherwood: ...the area they live in, and call on the Welsh Government to protect community assets by enabling local people to run and expand facilities that benefit the local community. Real co-production lies at the heart of this. Emphasising the genuinely transformative nature of co-production when leading the first debate here on co-production a decade ago, I stated that it's  'not just a nice add...

Ukraine - Motion to Take Note (21 Sep 2023)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: ...their shoulders in despair at their own irrelevance, perhaps privately agreeing with the conclusion of a Wall Street Journal editorial on Tuesday that “the truth about today’s world order lies in the rubble of Bakhmut”. Undoubtedly, the failure of the UN to prevent the Kremlin’s visceral brutality and thwart its arms deals with countries such as Iran and North Korea—enabled by...

UK-EU Relationship (European Affairs Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (20 Sep 2023)

Lord Kerr of Kinlochard: ...is quite a useful thing to have. It could be best to look at it again. I have one more point—rather downbeat, I fear. We will be living for some time with the legacy of the posturing and lies, the arrogant amateurism and the dossiers not understood and perhaps not even read, as well as the insult of the deliberate distancing that followed. It will take time to live it all down and...


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