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South West Water: Environmental Performance (19 Sep 2023)

Ian Liddell-Grainger: ...in which to place money. The company’s chief financial officer has left, and who can blame him? South West Water is now under severe and serious investigation for massaging statistics. It has lied about the scale of the ongoing pollution. It has already been fined over £2 million for dumping poo in the recent past. It does not even make the water; it sells it. God makes water! It sells...

World Sepsis Day (13 Sep 2023)

Christina Rees: ...cause of avoidable death in the UK, claiming more lives than breast, bowel and prostate cancer combined. Unlike data for heart attacks, strokes and cancer, sepsis data is imprecise, because it relies on coded administrative data rather than the granular clinical data of patient-level registries. Moreover, this striking deficit means that not only do we find it necessary to estimate the...

Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: After Clause 46 - Register of members: information to be included and powers to obtain it (13 Sep 2023)

Rushanara Ali: ...of overseas entities. It is not enough, and we need more action. After the Grenfell Tower fire disaster, which claimed 72 lives, we have learned more about freeholders hiding behind offshore trusts and labyrinthine company structures to make it impossible for leaseholders to uncover who is responsible for replacing dangerous flammable cladding. Hundreds of thousands of people across the...

Railway Ticket Offices — [Philip Davies in the Chair] (13 Sep 2023)

Chris Loder: ...office. What is really disgraceful about all this is that the issue I highlighted on the west coast main line this time last year happened during the period of Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II lying in state, when so many people wanted to travel to London. It is pure commercial disdain, and it makes me sick. Frankly, this is a scandal. After the debate, I will be writing to the...

Scottish Parliament: Short-term Lets Licensing Scheme (13 Sep 2023)

Christine Grahame: ...and in desperate need of adjusting to allow flexibility. I am going through a very expensive divorce and am desperately trying to sell my family home and my one bed flat in Edinburgh. My flat lies empty because I cannot rent it out as a holiday let which I’ve ... done without complaint for 15 years.” My constituent asks why they would apply for a licence when the property is on the...

Hormone Pregnancy Tests ( 7 Sep 2023)

Jeff Smith: ...tribute to my hon. Friend the Member for Bolton South East (Yasmin Qureshi) for her campaigns over the years, and of course to Marie Lyon for her many years of campaigning for justice for the families affected, including in my constituency. When Baroness Cumberlege’s report “First Do No Harm” was published in 2020, it finally offered those families hope of justice. It was...

Veterans: Handforth ( 6 Sep 2023)

Andrew Murrison: ...do not think that is what veterans and the service community want. The covenant is about ensuring that people are not disadvantaged by virtue of having served. That “no disadvantage” enjoinder lies at the very heart of the covenant we have built. The Armed Forces Act 2021 introduced a new statutory duty to promote better outcomes for the armed forces community when accessing key public...

Countess of Chester Hospital Inquiry - Statement ( 5 Sep 2023)

Lord Markham: I would like to thank the comments, and the spirit of the comments, made by noble Lords. I start by adding my condolences to the parents and families in question. As we all know as parents, it is the most horrible thing we could ever imagine happening to us. Clearly, the inquiry will find out the full facts of the matter, but at the same time it is important that lessons are learned quickly....

Scottish Parliament: Programme for Government 2023-24 ( 5 Sep 2023)

Anas Sarwar: ...be clearer. There is a gap between the rhetoric and the reality of the SNP’s plans, not only for the NHS but for economic growth and jobs. We are in the midst of a cost of living crisis, with families across the country facing far too many hardships. There are mothers in Scotland who are skipping meals right now in order to feed their children. That is the heartbreaking reality caused...

Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: After Clause 46 - Register of members: information to be included and powers to obtain it ( 4 Sep 2023)

Margaret Hodge: ...of those properties. Why should we reveal the ownership of the properties in which we live, when rich people—often kleptocrats, often criminals, often money launderers—are able to use trusts as a mechanism to hide their ownership? That is a basic unfairness that the Minister should deal with. May I quote to him the words of one of the firms of lawyers that is exploiting the loophole?...

Online Safety Bill - Report (5th Day): Amendment 262A (19 Jul 2023)

Lord Weir of Ballyholme: ...judge it not simply on its contents but on its implementation, its enforcement and the speed of that enforcement. Regulatory regimes as a whole work only if the companies providing the material believe the regulator to be sufficiently muscular in its approach. Therefore, the test is not simply what is there but how long it will take for a notice, whenever it is issued, to lead to direct...

Universal Credit Deductions — [Dame Maria Miller in the Chair] (19 Jul 2023)

Hywel Williams: ...did. She is an expert. It is unlike the picture that is often conveyed of people on universal credit—that they are somehow feckless. In Wales, in February, 114,100 children lived in families who are on universal credit and paying deductions. The percentage of Welsh children in universal credit households paying deductions was 57%. Three of every five children are in families on...

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill - Report (3rd Day): Amendment 95 (18 Jul 2023)

Lord Young of Cookham: ...such as this one. It says: “Engaging with stakeholders as soon as possible gives them the opportunity to understand what’s being asked of the service team and why. It’s also a chance to build trust and understanding of each other’s needs and ways of working and lets them plan their time and involvement with the project”. Clearly, that engagement with the stakeholders simply has...

HIV Action Plan Annual Update 2022-23 — [Dame Caroline Dinenage in the Chair] (18 Jul 2023)

Nicola Richards: ...testing is already making improvements and that that will benefit his constituents in Blackpool. We have the blueprint for how to do this; we just need to roll it out further. The numbers do not lie. The annual update revealed that more than 2,000 people have been diagnosed with HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C in 12 months alone. It is very likely that without opt-out testing many of...

Health and Social Care Workforce (13 Jul 2023)

John Redwood: That is right. I hasten to add that there are many examples of good practice in the NHS. In the hundreds of trusts, units and management commands in the NHS, there are some very fine examples. In a large organisation such as this, part of the skill lies in spreading the best practice from the places that know how to do things and are doing them well to those that need help or support. They...

Backbench Business: Post Office Ltd: Management Culture — [Sir George Howarth in the Chair] (13 Jul 2023)

Gavin Newlands: ...point that all businesses, including the Post Office, are built on their workforce, which should at the very least be treated with respect. She praised and thanked the sub-postmasters and their families for their campaigning and their extraordinary patience over the years, and I wholeheartedly second that thanks. She also made the very good point that many sub-postmasters thought they were...

Metropolitan Police: Stephen Lawrence Murder Investigation — [Philip Davies in the Chair] (12 Jul 2023)

Sarah Dines: ...and the Casey review. The publication of Baroness Casey’s report on the standards of behaviour and internal culture of the Met made for very sobering reading, and it is paramount that public trust in the Met is restored. Although primary accountability lies with the Mayor of London, I know the Home Secretary will continue to hold the commissioner and the Mayor accountable for delivering...

Written Answers — Treasury: Child Trust Fund (12 Jul 2023)

Baroness Penn: The government is committed to helping people access the savings and money they are entitled to and continues to explore new routes to reunite young people with their Child Trust Funds. While primary responsibility for communicating with account holders and their registered contact lies with Child Trust Fund (CTF) providers, HMRC works closely with providers, the wider industry and the...

Public Bill Committee: Victims and Prisoners Bill: New Clause 21 - Prisoners: suspension of parental responsibility (11 Jul 2023)

Ellie Reeves: But they are not heard urgently; it takes years, as in the case of Jade Ward and other survivors and families I have spoken to. In relation to the second point, I will go on to speak about how those people are specifically protected. Under the new clause, those convicted of manslaughter with a defence of loss of control or diminished responsibility and who at the time of the offence were...

Privileges Committee Special Report (10 Jul 2023)

Rob Roberts: ...news media outlet. Some of those outlets are on the right and some are on the left, but they are all consistent in their position that politicians, of whatever political affiliation, are not to be trusted. I believe that one of the most damaging things currently in our society is the constant drive by the media to try to make politicians the enemies of the people. Just this weekend, I saw...


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