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Commonwealth Parliamentary Association and International Committee of the Red Cross (Status) Bill (26 Apr 2024)

Anna McMorrin: I absolutely agree with the right hon. Lady, and I will ask that of the Government. I thank her for pointing it out. I am pleased that the Bill seeks to grant the CPA a bespoke legal status, like that enjoyed by the Inter-Parliamentary Union in Swiss law and by the Assemblée Parlementaire de la Francophonie, our French equivalent, in French law. Holding a legal status akin to our...

Affordable Housing: Supply - Motion to Take Note (25 Apr 2024)

Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle: ...to build. I have a question for the Minister: what is the current rate of loss of social homes to right to buy? I also have a question that perhaps noble Lords on the Labour Front Bench might like to address: why do they not plan to abandon this disastrous policy of privatisation? I come now to some of the other costs. I should perhaps declare my position as a vice-president of the Local...

Scottish Parliament: Children (Care and Justice) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (25 Apr 2024)

Natalie Don: ...opportunities, will help us to continue to assess the most current cost forecasts and to factor those into Scottish Government budget profiles for the coming years. Although the bill is likely to lead to more hearings being held, the number of hearings is currently significantly lower than it was at its peak. The reforms will not take hearing numbers anywhere near the previous...

Single-use Plastics (25 Apr 2024)

Sarah Dyke: ...It will protect wildlife and biodiversity, and help us stay within 1.5°C of global warming. Although it is crucial to recognise the importance of tackling the issue on a global scale, I would also like to recognise some of the important actions we can take at home. In my constituency we are incredibly lucky to have the Carymoor Environmental Trust, which works to educate children on the...

Scottish Parliament: Portfolio Question Time: Music Tuition (25 Apr 2024)

Jenny Gilruth: ...He said that Scots should be celebrating the fact that the Scottish Government has abolished fees for music tuition in schools. On Liz Smith’s specific point about the public trust model, if she would like to write to me, I would be more than happy to look at that issue in more detail.

Liver Disease and Liver Cancer — [Sir Christopher Chope in the Chair] (25 Apr 2024)

Preet Kaur Gill: ...credit, the Minister for Social Care, the hon. Member for Faversham and Mid Kent (Helen Whately), recognised the problem when she committed in a letter to the chief executive of the British Liver Trust that the Government would make fibroscans available for use at 100 community diagnostic centres by March 2025. I have used one of those fibroscans, and they are a fantastic piece of kit...

Lesbian Visibility Week (25 Apr 2024)

Kate Osborne: ..., I have to say that we have gone backwards in recent times. I thought we would be further forward than we are, but when I look back to some years ago, I see that that is not the case. Weeks like this really matter. They show solidarity, and they enable us to support each other and help us to celebrate our differences, embracing the whole LGBTQIA+ community. Too often people seek to...

Education Committee (25 Apr 2024)

Robin Walker: ...inspection, and we took evidence on the impact of successive frameworks over time. The Committee heard that relations between Ofsted and the schools sector have become extremely strained, and that trust in the inspectorate was worryingly low. We said in our report that the appointment of a new chief inspector provided a crucial opportunity to restore trust and, in that regard, our first...

Crown Prosecution Service: Racial Bias - Question (25 Apr 2024)

Lord Ponsonby of Shulbrede: My Lords, the Lammy Review was very clear. It said, first, that young men from ethnic minorities—particularly black young men—are more likely to be charged more aggressively, as the noble Lord has just accepted; they are more likely to plead not guilty, which means that they do not get the discount for pleading guilty because they do not trust the system; and they are more likely to be...

Prevention and Suppression of Terrorism (24 Apr 2024)

Thomas Tugendhat: ...one, I am afraid; Terrorgram is a genuinely horrific organisation. He raised some interesting points about the protection of the Jewish community, and he is absolutely right. The Community Safety Trust, which he and I both support, will receive an additional £54 million in funding to continue to provide measures until 2028. As he knows, that commitment was made only a few weeks ago by the...

10. Short Debate: Primary care and the preventative agenda (24 Apr 2024)

Baroness Mair Eluned Morgan: Diolch yn fawr. I'd like to thank Peter Fox for bringing this debate to the floor of the house today. I'm really grateful for the opportunity to talk about this really important topic of prevention and the primary care agenda. Our long-term strategy for health and care in Wales, 'A Healthier Wales', emphasises the importance of well-being, prevention and early intervention to ensure health...

Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 28 (24 Apr 2024)

the Earl of Lytton: ...but devoted, ultimately, to its charitable purposes. It cannot be otherwise; it must use its assets optimally, and it is required to do so. I can see no discernible difference between something like the National Trust and an organisation such as the Church of England. Any such charity acquires, disposes and otherwise deals with its land assets as a matter of course. It is required to do so...

Scottish Parliament: Children (Care and Justice) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (24 Apr 2024)

...recruit volunteers and admits that it will be a challenge to meet the significant new demand. Then there is the cost, with the panel saying that its costs alone could rise by 42 per cent. I would like the minister to put on record today an explicit commitment that her Government’s legislation will not end up harming young people. I know that it is not her intent, but if those public...

Renters (Reform) Bill: New Clause 15 - Notices to quit by tenants under assured tenancies: timing (24 Apr 2024)

Tim Loughton: ...is the thrust of what I am trying to achieve, and it might strike a chord with many colleagues here. Some may remember a recent case that highlighted the potential problem. The Guinness housing trust, in advertising a property for rent, specifically said that it was not available to care leavers. That was an extraordinary piece of discrimination, redolent of the bad old days when people...

Prime Minister: Engagements (24 Apr 2024)

Barbara Keeley: Conservative Ministers like to blame strikes and the pandemic for the appalling waiting times in the NHS. The Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has not hit its target for seeing patients in A&E within four hours since 2015—before the strikes and before the pandemic, but five years after the Conservatives came to office. So who does the Deputy Prime Minister blame for that?

Football Governance Bill (23 Apr 2024)

Stephanie Peacock: ...the Premier League and its clubs, the English Football League, the National League and the FA to the Football Supporters’ Association and supporters groups, including the Barnsley FC Supporters Trust. I know how important Barnsley football club are to my town, and I was pleased to watch them at Oakwell just a few weeks ago. While not everyone agrees on every detail of the Bill or with...

Victims and Prisoners Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 76 (23 Apr 2024)

Baroness Meacher: ...personal details to be passed to the immigration authorities. Amendment 96 tackles this problem. This is important because migrant victims are more vulnerable to experiencing serious crime and less likely to receive redress. In particular, we need Amendment 96 so that migrant victims are protected under the Bill from crimes such as violence against women and girls and modern slavery. The...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Foster Carers (23 Apr 2024)

Robin Swann: .... I have not received firm recommendations from my officials, but social work and social workers are high-priority. I see a recognised need because of issues that have been raised today. I would like to look on that favourably. I want to get back to the issue that the Member raised about the specific number of children in care in her area. I assure her that we are working with the Belfast...

Infected Blood Inquiry (23 Apr 2024)

Alison Thewliss: ...aged only seven. She said in The Sunday Times at the weekend: “When we found out little Colin was going to be treated by a world-renowned haematologist we were over the moon. Professor Bloom was like a God to us and we didn’t question him. We thought our son was being given the best possible treatment. But we will feel forever guilty that we had in fact handed our son over to his...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Hospital Parking Charges Bill: Consideration Stage (23 Apr 2024)

Robin Swann: ...The specific criteria are about looking at how we support the entirety of our staff base rather than focusing solely on one profession. The criteria that I listed earlier are what I want to see all trusts working towards to make sure that there is a consistent approach across all trusts. It is about those who provide regular clinics or services, hold a blue badge due to a disability, or...


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