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Economic Activity of Public Bodies (Overseas Matters) Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 19 ( 7 May 2024)

Lord Sentamu: ...have our people working with a Government who are oppressing their people from doing so unless it is consistent with government policy? Sometimes opposition to certain things tells us who we are. I trust, I think because of our parliamentary democracy, that things will be challenged in both Houses but, for heaven’s sake, why impose such a thing on a public body? Are we simply saying that...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Housing Crisis on the North Coast ( 7 May 2024)

Claire Sugden: ...be strained, leading to issues with waste and water management. That comes back to the issue of building more homes, and the Minister will be familiar with that. We can build as many homes as we like, but the first hurdle is getting planning permission, and our infrastructure is not able to cope. This is such a cross-cutting issue, as, it seems, everything is, and it is something that we...

3. Statement by the First Minister: Senedd at 25 ( 7 May 2024)

Vaughan Gething: ...but, actually, you could share a confidence with, confident that it would not be broken, and I hope that is something for all of us to reflect on in how we do our business. We do need to be able to trust each other, to share confidences, and then to make better choices. And I hope that would also be part of your point around not wanting to set different parts of the country against each...

Scottish Parliament: Personal Statement ( 7 May 2024)

Humza Yousaf: ...go to the people who gave me that opportunity by electing me to this place—the good people of Glasgow in 2011 and the fine people of Glasgow Pollok since 2016, who have continued to put their trust in me to stand up for them and to serve them. I also thank my predecessors as First Minister for giving this boy opportunities that he could only have imagined in his wildest dreams. I am...

Water Safety Education ( 7 May 2024)

John Cryer: ...that “their curriculum matches the breadth and ambition of the national curriculum for all pupils. It should include carefully sequenced and taught swimming and water safety lessons”. I would like the Department to be much more active in monitoring and enforcing curriculum requirements, a point that members of the Swim Alliance have raised with me. The alliance, which is chaired by...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Hospital Parking Charges Bill: Final Stage ( 7 May 2024)

Gerry Carroll: ...free parking and another for everybody else who works in or relies on our Health and Social Care (HSC) services. The Minister mentioned alternative forms of transport — active travel and the like: that is important, but it is not available or accessible to everyone. I urge the Executive to allocate proper resources to infrastructure for cycling, walking and other forms of active travel....

Illegal Immigration: Costs — [Graham Stringer in the Chair] ( 7 May 2024)

Andrea Jenkyns: ...country, surpassed only by the economy. We are facing an immigration and asylum crisis in the UK, and we as parliamentarians need to find a solution, get a grip of the problem, and win back public trust in our ability to represent the interests of the British people and to legislate and govern on their behalf. Too many of my colleagues across the House have been reluctant to discuss the...

Homecare Medicines Services (Public Services Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note ( 2 May 2024)

Baroness Wheeler: I too congratulate my noble friend Lady Morris on her usual thoughtful, thorough and robust introduction to this excellent report. I commend the whole committee for shining a laser-like spotlight on such a vital service, upon which half a million people with chronic health conditions living at home depend. Homecare medicines services are some of many services provided to NHS patients that are...

Scottish Parliament: Unborn Victims of Violence ( 2 May 2024)

Alexander Stewart: ...system can leave victims feeling as though the perpetrator has not been brought to justice. Many members have highlighted a leniency around the information and what happens to individuals in cases like this. That needs to change. The petition that was lodged by Nicola Murray has highlighted several issues around the effects of domestic abuse and coercive control, which need to be exposed...

Volunteers — [Caroline Nokes in the Chair] ( 2 May 2024)

Chris Bryant: Yes—the next word of my speech was going to be “trustees”. That is a very important point. Obviously, school governors, magistrates or reservists in the armed forces have specific rules about what they can expect from their employers. Many employers are absolutely delighted to be able to support the work of their staff, although it is obviously much more difficult for those working in...

Pension Schemes ( 2 May 2024)

Therese Coffey: ...also the situation that happened with liability-driven investments. The Bank of England saw that as a risk in 2018 and did nothing about it. I come back to the fact that the state pension is well trusted and well regarded, and it is scaremongering to suggest anything otherwise. I am conscious that today we are talking about private pension schemes. In my short time as Secretary of State...

National Grid: Pylons — [Mrs Pauline Latham in the Chair] ( 2 May 2024)

Dave Doogan: ...to the situation, no matter the colour of their rosette. I will seek as far as possible not to be too political in my observations, and I hope that I succeed in that ambition. My constituents, like many others, are frustrated with the opacity of the dynamic The network owner and operators in the north of Scotland is Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks—the corresponding body in...

NHS England: Ovarian Cancer - Question ( 2 May 2024)

Lord Collins of Highbury: ...communities who are isolated, whether for community or religious reasons, and so on? On a visit to Kenya last year, I was able to see innovative practices. Women living with HIV are 60% more likely to get cervical cancer, so local treatment centres were being used as a way of testing and screening so that comorbidity was properly addressed. The success of these campaigns was because they...

World ME Day ( 1 May 2024)

Andrew Stephenson: ...is vital. As my right hon. Friend the Member for Bromsgrove knows, it has two core principles at its heart. First, we must know more about ME if we are able to improve outcomes. Secondly, we must trust and listen to people with ME to improve their experience. That is why the Government published the interim delivery plan last August, proposing a set of actions on research and education,...

7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Leadership campaign donations and the ministerial code ( 1 May 2024)

Jane Dodds: Last night, we spoke and there was, I understand, cross-party support on the steps that we should all be taking to restore trust in politicians. This entire episode has cast a dark shadow over Welsh democracy. This case, as serious as it is, merely, in my view, represents a symptom of the larger disease afflicting our democracy. It's the insidious rise of big money in politics. If we're not...

Scottish Parliament: Women’s State Pensions (Compensation) ( 1 May 2024)

Kevin Stewart: ...clear. I had the pleasure of meeting some Aberdeen WASPI campaigners at Clare Haughey’s event: Linda and Helen, who have campaigned very hard for justice. I always enjoy meeting them, but I would like to meet them under different circumstances—after they have been paid the compensation that they rightly deserve. We must look very closely at the scenarios. These women, many...

Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 93B ( 1 May 2024)

the Earl of Lytton: ...landlord groups is ground rent income, as we have heard before in discussions on the Bill. It is used to repay the long-term bonds or loans over many decades. If the income is removed, some will likely declare insolvency: the Government acknowledge this risk in their own impact assessment. I mention this again because it is critical to the remediation obligation. So that leaseholders are...

6. Welsh Conservatives Debate: The Cass review ( 1 May 2024)

Laura Anne Jones: Diolch, Deputy Presiding Officer. I'd first like to start by thanking my party for tabling this important debate today, and I move our motion in the name of Darren Millar. It is appalling, really, that, following two weeks of asking for a full statement to this Chamber and having those requests rejected by this Government, as well as having a topical question refused, despite the weight of...

5. Debate on the Petitions Committee Report, 'A Warmer Winter: P-06-1326 The Senedd should scrutinise the prepayment meter scandal in Wales' ( 1 May 2024)

Jack Sargeant: Deputy Presiding Officer, I'm pleased to say that since we started our work, there have been some changes, and although I would like very much to see more changes, it is important to recognise the ones that have been made. Ofgem has introduced the mandatory code of conduct that we wanted to see, and it could have been more generous, but at least it does give some protection to consumers. But...

Youth Homelessness — [Dame Siobhain McDonagh in the Chair] ( 1 May 2024)

Paula Barker: ...16 and 24 will not alarm any fiscal hawk at the Treasury. It is good policy, and can be achieved very simply: by making amendments to the Homelessness Reduction Act 2017. As it is, we rely on the likes of Centrepoint, the national youth homelessness charity, which through its databank work has estimated that nearly 136,000 young people approached their local council as homeless in 2022-23....


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