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Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill: After Clause 16 - Environmental protection (12 Jun 2023)

Alyn Smith: ...thing to do, and I do not see how it would fetter the Government to any great extent. We are glad to see a bit of a compromise on amendment 16C, although I have to say that it is pretty weak beer when it comes to clarity on the EU law dashboard and its operation. We will not stand in its way. On amendment 42B, which would provide for greater parliamentary scrutiny of future revocations of...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Treatment of, and Outcomes for, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Individuals in the Criminal Justice System Independent Review (12 Jun 2023)

Mike Freer: We welcomed the Lammy Review in 2017 and committed to taking actions against each of the recommendations from the Review, bar the two for the independent judiciary. Where a recommendation could not be implemented exactly as set out, alternative approaches were sought to tackle the same issue. Now, almost all of the actions we originally committed have been carried out. Recommendation 12 of...

Education: Teachers: Recruitment and Retention (12 Jun 2023)

Tan Dhesi: 9.7% of the total workforce, and the leaver rate is the highest it has been since 2018. The Government have missed their secondary teacher recruitment targets every year for the past 10 years bar one. All that is yet more evidence of how the incompetent Conservative Government have created the recruitment and retention crisis among teachers, and schools in Slough and across our country...

Deep Geothermal Energy ( 8 Jun 2023)

Jacob Young: ...of every home-grown green technology available in our unprecedented transition to a net zero economy so that we can secure our long- term energy supply, keep bills down for consumers and raise the bar on tackling climate change. The report by my hon. Friend—he is known as Mr Geothermal—will undoubtedly help us consider whether there is a bigger role for deep geothermal energy and how...

Written Answers — Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Public Houses: Empty Property ( 8 Jun 2023)

Charlotte Nichols: To ask the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, if he will make it his policy to require the High Street Rental Auction scheme to (a) protect integral pub infrastructure in empty premises and (b) ensure ancillary accommodation for licensees is not lost as a result of sub-division of a premises in order to protect against the permanent loss of pubs as community facilities.

Scottish Parliament: Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill ( 8 Jun 2023)

Neil Bibby: ...Constitution, Europe, External Affairs and Culture Committee for their assistance in turning round a report on the issue very quickly. I suspect that, at decision time, Labour will join every party bar one in the chamber in refusing consent and reaffirming our opposition to the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill. We recognise that there have been amendments, but we also recognise...

Illegal Migration Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 58C ( 7 Jun 2023)

Lord Murray of Blidworth: .... Amendment 73, put forward by the noble Lord, Lord German, seeks to introduce time limits on detention that apply at large, not just to detention under the powers conferred by the Bill. An absolute bar on detention of all children and a 28-day time limit on detention of adults would significantly impair the effectiveness of our enforcement powers. Such a time limit is likely to encourage...

Small and Medium-sized Enterprises: Great Yarmouth ( 7 Jun 2023)

Brandon Lewis: ...knowing their staff who are a part of the community. The businesses are an important part of it. We have spoken in this Chamber a lot, and in my roles in government I have spoken a lot, about the pub industry and why pubs are so important to our communities. They are SMEs and a hugely important part of the community. Like many other businesses, if they have a regular customer who has not...

Illegal Migration Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 55 ( 7 Jun 2023)

Lord Bach:—unlawfully, the Government claim, although some of us would disagree—is surely an essential part of this Committee’s consideration of the Bill. I know the Minister is a member of the Bar and has practised in criminal courts and elsewhere, so he will understand instinctively how important the question of rights is for people who have just come into this country, often in a...

Illegal Migration Bill - Committee (3rd Day) ( 7 Jun 2023)

Lord Purvis of Tweed: ...they would have no idea what that country would be. I say to the Minister that it is not the case that someone saying that, as he put it, they do not want to go back to a country is sufficient. The bar in Clause 38(4) is high. It is not a case of someone not wanting to go to a country. It involves an application to the Secretary of State who, under the Bill, has a duty to ask the country...

5. Debate on the Climate Change, Environment, and Infrastructure Committee Report — 'The Welsh Government’s EV charging infrastructure strategy and action plan' ( 7 Jun 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: ...advantage of this opportunity to encourage more drivers to want to stop and eat at their hostelry while they’re charging their vehicle. That seems inexplicable to me, whether you’re a hotel, a pub, or a restaurant, that you haven’t jumped at this opportunity to increase your commercial opportunities. I think that the money that may have come from the UK Government needs to be used on...

Mental Health Treatment and Support ( 7 Jun 2023)

Marie Rimmer: ...and a plan to change attitudes in society, not just a plan to swat the flies with. We need a plan that is resourced and put into practice. We should make it easier for men to talk at work, in the pub and, most importantly, with professionals. Labour’s plan to recruit thousands of mental health staff would put us on the right path of caring for our men. The Government need to and should...

Illegal Migration Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 71 ( 7 Jun 2023)

Lord Anderson of Ipswich: endure in circumstances when, in the objective view of a court, it would be unreasonable. I have a short question for the Minister and a longer one. First, is it right that this power, which the Bar Council describes as an “emergency wartime-style power”, can be applied to all immigration detention, including those who entered lawfully as visitors or via intracompany transfers? I...

Illegal Migration Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 68 ( 7 Jun 2023)

Lord Stewart of Dirleton: ...that, with the proper precautions, most women can travel safely well into their pregnancy. However, in any event, we will remove only persons who are fit to travel. There has never been a complete bar on the detention and/or the removal of pregnant women, such as Amendment 76A seeks to provide. The noble Lord, Lord Alton of Liverpool, referred correctly to the situation as presently...

Illegal Migration Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 76C ( 7 Jun 2023)

Lord German: ...which can, in some cases, be permanent. There are no exceptions for medical vulnerabilities. I hope we will now receive some response to the amendments concerning those issues. As we have heard, the Bar Council is seriously doubtful whether Clause 12 is compatible with Article 5(4) of the ECHR. Once again, I hope the Minister will tell us how Clause 12 is compatible with Article 5(4)....

Scottish Parliament: Tourism in Scotland ( 7 Jun 2023)

Christine Grahame: ...funding. Stobo Castle health spa near Peebles received Covid support but, with no guests, the proprietor took the opportunity to refurbish and redecorate. That was done in the modest Central bar, too, which is a free house in Peebles that did not qualify for Covid support but where, again, the owner updated the decor both inside and out—it now looks just braw. One of the real...

Prime Minister: Engagements ( 7 Jun 2023)

Alexander Stafford: ...sustainable and can stay open, but the Coal Industry Social Welfare Organisation, which runs the ground and has a history of selling off unprofitable areas to developers, will not allow a full bar to be opened, which would provide much-needed capital and has the support of the council’s residents. Spaces like recreation grounds are important parts of our mining heritage. Can my right...

7. Statement by the Minister for Economy: Tech and Cyber Sectors ( 6 Jun 2023)

Vaughan Gething: ...for a semiconductor strategy from the UK Government, and when it came, it was a little underwhelming, I think it's fair to say. But we do now have a strategy. The difficulty is it sets a very low bar of practical support to match a high level of ambition. The advantages we have at present will not last forever. The compound semiconductor cluster we have could and should be a real...

Children's Access to Books — [Sir Christopher Chope in the Chair] ( 6 Jun 2023)

Priti Patel: ...because they play an important role in supporting literacy. This is not just about the summer reading challenge, which is coming soon. We need reading challenges every single day. We need to set the bar high, and I wonder whether we can do more to tie together the summer reading challenge and the holiday activities and food programme holistically. In conclusion, we cannot stand still....

Scottish Government: Expenditure - Question ( 6 Jun 2023)

Lord Offord of Garvel: ...had a negative impact on England. We will continue to monitor this. Fergus Ewing, who is part of SNP royalty, would blame the Bute House agreement with the Green Party—which he describes as wine bar revolutionaries—for putting forward “progressive” legislation designed to diverge from the UK, and that is what we must put an end to.

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