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Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill: After Clause 308 - Secondary ticketing facilities (21 May 2024)

Richard Thomson: ...within nine months. Contrary to what the Minister says, I believe that the measures in Lords amendment 104B are proportionate and add clearly to the existing Bill. Lord amendment 104B is a bit like Lords amendment 104 which came before it. Indeed, it is almost the holy grail of amendments—it is popular, it does not cost anything, and more to the point it would be effective and do the...

Russia: Sanctions - Question (21 May 2024)

Lord Cameron of Chipping Norton: ...scale, and that is why the windfall interest from them is so important. On the issue of Abramovich, we are doing everything we can to try to make sure that this massive amount of money, which is in trust, can start flowing into Ukraine for the benefit of Ukrainian people and Ukrainian charities. It is a complicated issue—I can go into more detail if the noble Lord would like—but we are...

Infected Blood Compensation Scheme (21 May 2024)

Andrew Bridgen: I would like to pay tribute to my constituent Robert Angwin, who has campaigned for justice for himself and all others who have been affected by this scandal for decades. Yesterday and today, from both sides of the House we have heard the line, “Lessons have been learned. Action will be taken.” I imagine that that is exactly what we would have heard if we were here in 1972 when the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Tobacco and Vapes Bill: Legislative Consent Motion (21 May 2024)

Jim Allister: ...up to spec, that it will be greatly regulated by those provisions. It is, undoubtedly, the gateway to smoking, and, therefore, if we are going to deal with smoking, we need to deal with vaping. I trust that, going forward, that is how it will be. I want to look, however, at an aspect that has been glossed over to this point and was briefly mentioned by Mrs Dodds and Mr Chambers: whether,...

Public Bill Committee: Football Governance Bill: Clause 20 - Mandatory licence conditions (21 May 2024)

Stephanie Peacock: ...and whether he has a view on whether they should. I have spoken about fan consultation in detail during our discussions on schedule 4, so I will save repeating how important it is. However, I would like to raise some further concerns. Namely, I am disappointed that the Bill makes no provisions regarding supporters’ trusts, as noted by my amendment 19 and amendment 7 tabled by my hon....

Zero-emission Buses — [Andrew Rosindell in the Chair] (21 May 2024)

Ben Bradley: ...buses drive on roads, so it is also important that we continue to get investment in our roads around Nottinghamshire and around the country. We can shift as many people on to public transport as we like, but we still need that investment in our road network. There are huge challenges for us locally, after massive flooding and the wettest winter on record in Nottinghamshire. We have had...

Public Bill Committee: Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 6 - Reduction in higher CGT rate for residential property gains to 24% (21 May 2024)

James Murray: Clause 6 applies to residential property gains by individuals, trustees and personal representatives. As the Minister set out, it reduces the higher rate of CGT that applies to such gains from 28% to 24%. The new rate will apply to disposals made on or after 6 April 2024. As we understand it, the lower rate is intended to remain at 18%, and the CGT rates that apply to carried interest gains...

Ukraine (20 May 2024)

John Healey: ...Member for Tiverton and Honiton (Richard Foord) echoed what we have declared as Labour’s intent: to try to take the politics out of the UK’s support for Ukraine in the run-up to the election. I trust that the Government will respond in the same way. Like the hon. Member for The Cotswolds, the hon. Member for Tiverton and Honiton said that more diplomacy is required with countries that...

Media Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 57 (20 May 2024)

Lord Bethell: ...great honour to speak after the noble Lord, Lord Foster, who put the case for this group of amendments incredibly well. I do not want to go over the ground he has already covered, but I would just like to endorse three key points behind them. First, children should be afforded the same protections against inappropriate content, whatever channel they are on. As my noble friend the Minister...

Media Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 42 (20 May 2024)

Baroness Thornton: ...the issue of our public service broadcasters as the cornerstone of our broadcasting sector in the UK, investing, as they do, billions of pounds in original productions and creating content that is trusted, valuable and entertaining for UK audiences. In return for the high standard of programming and investment that public service broadcasters provide, their channels have been made easy to...

Media Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 35A (20 May 2024)

Lord Foster of Bath: My Lords, I begin by saying to the noble Baroness, Lady Thornton, that I am very supportive of her Amendment 35. Perhaps like her, I have had communications over several years from the campaign, Turn On The Subtitles, which is doing extremely good work in drawing attention to the way in which putting subtitles on by default and allowing people to be able to turn them off if they wish has been...

Infected Blood Inquiry Report (20 May 2024)

Keir Starmer: ...on and on it goes. The pain is barely conceivable. As well as an apology, I want to make clear that we commit to shine a harsh light upon the lessons that must be learned to make sure that nothing like this ever happens again. Passing through the doors of a hospital is a moment of profound vulnerability; you entrust your life into the hands of perfect strangers. We go to hospital for care....

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: No-fault Divorce (20 May 2024)

Sian Mulholland: ...feel as if they are caught in the middle. Children may also be forced or feel forced to take sides and develop resentment towards one or both parents, which affects their long-term emotional bonds, trust and academic achievement. The long-term benefits of no-fault divorce and co-parenting cannot be overstated. When parents are not pitted against each other in a blame game, they are more...

Media Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 16 (20 May 2024)

Baroness Fraser of Craigmaddie: ...and regions of the UK should be at their heart. According to the Office for National Statistics, around 68 million people currently live in the UK. About 10 million people live within the M25, but, like much of our politics, our media can often be seen as being too London-centric. My amendments seek to ensure that public service broadcasters provide a suitable range of programmes for the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Members' Statements: ADHD Services (20 May 2024)

Cara Hunter: ...and problematic. For women and girls, it can be particularly difficult to be diagnosed as they often do not present typically or in the same way that boys and men do. Women and girls are more likely to be diagnosed with mood disorders or mental health problems. Parents are desperately seeking support, but so rarely do they get it. There is a huge amount of work for the Northern Health and...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Radiotherapy: Standards (20 May 2024)

Lord Markham: ...has been significant investment in radiotherapy equipment, so that every radiotherapy provider had access to modern, cutting-edge radiotherapy equipment, enabling the rollout of new techniques like stereotactic ablative radiotherapy. The total central investment made between 2016 and 2021 was £162 million, and enabled the replacement or upgrade of approximately 100 radiotherapy treatment...

Hajj Fraud (17 May 2024)

Nickie Aiken: ...elected, I have worked with a large number and a wide variety of organisations in my constituency, including those supporting my Muslim constituents, such as the Westminster Bangladeshi Welfare Trust and the Westminster Bangladeshi Association, both of which have supported their communities for many years. Last month I was delighted to be invited to attend Eid celebrations on the Churchill...

British Nationality (Irish Citizens) Bill - Second Reading (17 May 2024)

Lord Hay of Ballyore: ...end with this Bill, I hope there will be a simplified fee, with a simplified process. That is important. The whole process of applying for British citizenship has put a lot of people off. I would like to think that, under the new system, we can have a simplified process that works for everybody. The Bill unites people from all backgrounds and traditions in Northern Ireland, whether they...

School Attendance (Duties of Local Authorities and Proprietors of Schools) Bill (17 May 2024)

Vicky Ford: ...that can lead to their missing out on their education. Changes in attitudes towards minor ailments may be another driving force behind the rise in absences. I say to parents, who are now much more likely to keep their children at home for minor illnesses such as coughs or colds than before the pandemic, that they should please be aware that in most cases children are better off at school...

Pensions (Special Rules for End of Life) Bill: Clause 2 - Extent and Commencement (17 May 2024)

Nickie Aiken: ...definition of terminal illness, which is 12 months. Indeed, thanks to the brilliant work of our NHS and the consistent progress in medical science, it is difficult to predict how long someone is likely to live. In some cases, patients are able to outlive their initial prognosis. That is why the Bill is so important. It is also due to our NHS and medical advancements that more and more of...


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