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Commonwealth Parliamentary Association and International Committee of the Red Cross (Status) Bill - Second Reading (17 May 2024)

Lord Howell of Guildford: My Lords, I declare an interest as president of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Commonwealth. Like others, I am greatly looking forward to hearing the valedictory speech from the noble Earl, Lord Sandwich. I cannot quite understand why he is going, actually—he seems to be quite a young man to me. His speeches are very young indeed, and of course we shall miss them, because he...

Community Sports: Impact on Young People - Motion to Take Note (16 May 2024)

Baroness Thornton: ...from parents. There’s no pay and very little thanks, but him and others keep kids fit, healthy and happy, rather than getting up to no good”. There are hundreds of thousands of volunteers like this, and we owe them our thanks. They often make the difference, in that a young person has a trusted adult who introduces them to the joy of sporting activity. That also raises the question of...

Scottish Parliament: Aggregates Tax and Devolved Taxes Administration (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (16 May 2024)

Jamie Halcro Johnston: As I said in my opening speech, we support the general principles of the bill, but not without sharing some of the concerns that are held by the Finance and Public Administration Committee. Like other colleagues, we believe that it is right to create incentives for investing in recycling, encouraging the use of recycled materials where possible and diverting natural material away from...

Women’s State Pension Age: Ombudsman Report (16 May 2024)

Alan Brown: It is a pleasure to follow the hon. Member for Strangford (Jim Shannon). Like everybody else, I commend my hon. Friend the Member for North Ayrshire and Arran (Patricia Gibson) for securing this debate, and for all the work she has done in speaking up for 3.8 million affected women for all these years. I also commend all the other Members who have spoken in today’s debate; there have been...

Public Bill Committee: Football Governance Bill: Clause 10 - State of the game report (16 May 2024)

Stephanie Peacock: ...The loss of those people matters, and the regulator and clubs should care about it. Despite the importance of this issue to fans, Kevin Miles of the FSA told this Committee that supporters were not likely to be consulted on changes to ticket pricing. He said that representative fans of Newcastle were given just three days’ notice of price rises for tickets, Fulham fans were given four...

Backbench Business: Mental Health and Long-term Conditions — [Sir Robert Syms in the Chair] (16 May 2024)

Liz Twist: ...of the all-party parliamentary group on rare, genetic and undiagnosed conditions. According to the Royal College of Psychiatrists, people with physical health problems are two to three times more likely to have depression than people with good physical health. Conversely, people with severe mental illness in England are almost five times more likely to experience poor health and to die...

People with Disabilities: Access to Services - Motion to Take Note (16 May 2024)

Baroness Brinton: ...address the very particular problem they face now? Health and social care remains a really big area for disabled people, especially under the current crisis conditions. The Cystic Fibrosis Trust says that people with CF should have access to social workers and to clinical psychologists. But one in four children with CF cannot access a CF social worker and CF clinical centres report that...

Relationships, Sex and Health Education: Statutory Guidance (16 May 2024)

Gillian Keegan: I would like to address the hon. Lady’s points; I think I made a note of all of them. First, on this being long in the making, I just want us all to be aware of the timeline. This guidance was issued in 2019, and it was made statutory in 2020. Ofsted conducted some work to see how it was bedding in, which gave us some feedback and comment about how more clarity was needed. That was in the...

Public Bill Committee: Football Governance Bill: Examination of Witnesses (16 May 2024)

...” idea was not taken through from the White Paper, because we feel that fans are in the best position to protect our heritage and other things that are in fans’ interest. We think supporters’ trusts are exactly the right way forward, but we would have liked that in a more authoritative way so that we had more of a say on heritage, kit, moving stadiums, changing names and anything...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Radiotherapy: Costs (16 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...

Transport: Fire and Rehire (16 May 2024)

Mike Kane: ...wage is £11.44 an hour, but last week, here in Parliament, Peter Hebblethwaite, the chief executive officer of P&O, admitted that it paid seafarers £4.87 an hour. This has been an awful breach of trust. What more will the Minister do to stop companies acting like modern-day pirates of the high seas when it comes to fire and rehire?

7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: GP practices and funding (15 May 2024)

Baroness Mair Eluned Morgan: ...service, providing high-quality care close to our homes, often in the face of incredibly high demand. This is a vital and much-loved service. GPs and their teams of healthcare professionals are a trusted source of advice and care, and are the gateway to the rest of the healthcare service, rooted in all our local communities. The majority of healthcare is provided in primary care. The...

Renters (Reform) Bill - Second Reading (15 May 2024)

Lord Thurlow: ...Section 106 agreements were attached to planning conditions for the larger developments was quite successful. But the sale of council housing goes on, and we seem no nearer to reaching anything like the levels of new housing required to provide a sustainable balance between supply and demand. The noble Lord, Lord Frost, in his comments could not have made this clearer. There is no point in...

Under-10-Metre Fishing Fleet: South-West (15 May 2024)

Steve Double: ...down from generation to generation over many years. It is fair to say that they are the backbone of our fishing industry in the south-west. They are at the heart of coastal communities in places like Mevagissey, Newquay and Fowey in my constituency and across Cornwall. They are vital for the economy of these coastal communities. Every fisherman on a boat supports up to 15 other jobs ashore...

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 86 - Creating purported sexual image of adult (15 May 2024)

Alex Cunningham: ...of these arrangements, it is crucial for the responsibility of coroners to investigate overseas deaths to be established clearly in advance. To do otherwise would invite significant uncertainty and likely legal challenges if any individual were to die while imprisoned overseas. New clause 2 stands in the name of my right hon. and learned Friend the Member for Camberwell and Peckham (Ms...

Economic Activity of Public Bodies (Overseas Matters) Bill - Committee (4th Day) (Continued): Amendment 33 (14 May 2024)

Lord Wallace of Saltaire: ...leaders and one of Yorkshire’s Muslim leaders about how we maintain social cohesion and interfaith co-operation under the current circumstances. It is not easy. These are two people whom I like and trust, and they are very good friends. We have to recognise the impact of the ongoing war, and in particular the response of our younger generation—white and Christian, and south Asian and...

Economic Activity of Public Bodies (Overseas Matters) Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 27 (14 May 2024)

Baroness Drake: ...’s assurances, but it is not me who needs the Government’s assurances; I am not a decision-maker in the Local Government Pension Scheme or in public procurement. Most people know that I am a trustee, but I am not in a local government pension scheme. It is those with the concerns—I know they have them—and the decision-making responsibility who are not reassured by these statements,...

Petition - Recommendations of the Infected Blood Inquiry: Crime: Birmingham, Edgbaston (14 May 2024)

Preet Kaur Gill: ...when so many crimes go unresponded-to and unsolved, crime also has a poisonous impact on our society as a whole, because it shakes our confidence in the very people and institutions we are meant to trust to keep us safe. Take Katy, who also found her car stripped. She said: “Reporting to the police, for reasons that might be resource related, has been inconsequential and thieves seem to...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Primary Care: Extreme Pressures (14 May 2024)

Diane Dodds: ...years. Minister, I absolutely accept your assertion that we are not going back. We need to plan for the future and have a proactive vision of what a really good primary healthcare system can look like. As things stand, however, we know that patients are not being assessed in a timely manner. The workload for GPs is continually expanding, and there really are not sufficient staff to run the...

World Species Congress (14 May 2024)

Sarah Champion: Sadly, I agree. We want leadership, which I—and from what it sounds like, those on the Labour Front Bench—feel is lacking at the moment. As my hon. Friend rightly says, these targets should not just be our end goal; they are signposts that we can follow to get to the peak of ecological restoration and healthier habitats, which I think all of us want. Of course, climate change is a key...


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