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Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Domestic Abuse (23 Jan 2017)

Amber Rudd: I am of course delighted to join my hon. Friend in congratulating David Carney-Haworth on his work. My hon. Friend has brought to our attention a really good example of local practice, and it is local practice, local initiative and local momentum that will really help the women and girls we want to reach.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Topical Questions (23 Jan 2017)

Amber Rudd: I thank the hon. Gentleman for this opportunity to do exactly that. We are very lucky to have the good work, bravery and courage of the PSNI, and I will, on his behalf and that of the whole House, pass on those good wishes and thanks.

Previous Business – Lords: Select Committee (6 Mar 2017)

National Security Strategy: National Security Strategy and the Strategic Defence and Security Review 2015. 4:30 pm; Room 4A, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 5:00 PM) the Rt Hon Amber Rudd MP, Home Secretary Sir Mark Lyall-Grant KCMG, National Security Advisor Mr Conrad Bailey, Director, SDSR and Defence, National Security Secretariat

Unaccompanied Child Refugees (9 Feb 2017)

Amber Rudd: I can tell the hon. Gentleman that we have staff in the region who are looking to see which children might qualify under the Dubs amendment and which children might qualify under the Dublin regulations. We are actively looking to make sure that we do assist the children in Greece and Italy that we can.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Leaving the EU: Residency Rights (6 Mar 2017)

Amber Rudd: I urge the hon. Gentleman to reassure his constituents, if that is what they are, about how valued they are for the contribution they make to the UK economy. I also point out that the recent immigration statistics show that we remain just as popular a destination as ever for EU nationals.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Topical Questions (6 Mar 2017)

Amber Rudd: I will certainly look at the situation that the hon. Lady raises and, if necessary, talk to the NSPCC. I will invite her to participate in those discussions as well.

EU Referendum: Energy and Environment (12 Jul 2016)

Amber Rudd: indicated dissent.

Terrorist Attack: Nice (18 Jul 2016)

Amber Rudd: I thank my right hon. Friend for making that important point so eloquently, as is often the case. He is absolutely right to say that we need to make that distinction, and I say once more that it is for all faiths and all people to unite together to make sure we condemn this dreadful terrorism.

Orgreave: Public Inquiry into Policing (20 Jul 2016)

Amber Rudd: My hon. Friend is of course right: this cannot be a one-sided inquiry or investigation. I will ensure that we look at both sides of this, but I must tell him that there are some serious allegations to be considered.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Child Sexual Abuse Inquiry (3 Jul 2017)

Amber Rudd: I refer the hon. Lady to the fact that different police chiefs are taking different positions on this, depending on their experience in their particular communities. If she has a particular concern about the situation in her community, I encourage her to come and talk to myself or the Police Minister in due course.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Police and Fire Services: Collaboration (3 Jul 2017)

Amber Rudd: My hon. Friend is right. Where there is a strong business case and collaboration can improve outcomes and save money, which can then be used for the frontline, it should be encouraged. I welcome the good work that she has been doing with Matthew Ellis to deliver just that.

Written Answers — Home Office: Home Office: Ministerial Policy Advisers (5 Sep 2017)

Amber Rudd: Currently the Home Office has four special advisors. One of which is female and one is from an ethnic minority background.

Written Answers — Home Office: Home Office: Official Engagements (14 Sep 2017)

Amber Rudd: The Home Office publishes details of meetings with external organisations on a quarterly basis on gov.uk. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/home-office-minis terial-gifts-hospitality-travel-and-meetings-january-to-marc h-2017. My office notifies Members when I am attending an official event in their constituency, in accordance with paragraph 10.9 of the Ministerial Code.

Calais Jungle (10 Oct 2016)

Amber Rudd: My hon. Friend raises a very important point: once we have them over here, how will we best look after children who have been traumatised, and families who are feeling vulnerable? We are working closely with the local authorities to ensure that they can provide the necessary support, and we can assist them.

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (17 Oct 2017)

Home Affairs: The work of the Home Secretary. 2:30 pm; The Thatcher Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: Rt Hon Amber Rudd MP, Home Secretary Philip Rutnam, Permanent Secretary, Home Office

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Neighbourhood Policing (16 Oct 2017)

Amber Rudd: Thank you, Mr Speaker.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Motorcycle and Moped-enabled Crime (16 Oct 2017)

Amber Rudd: We recently brought together—Mr Speaker, I have failed once more. May I group Question 5 with Question 19?

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Knife Crime (16 Oct 2017)

Amber Rudd: We all recognise the importance of dealing with knife crime, given the terrible impact that it can have on people’s minds. Our work to tackle it is centred on working on four key strands: on police and enforcement; on retailers and responsible sales; on the legislative framework; and on early intervention.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Topical Questions (16 Oct 2017)

Amber Rudd: I thank my hon. Friend for her question on such an important area. It is vital that the police have the confidence and the allowance to pursue people when they need to do so. That is why we are conducting a review to give them extra clarity that they can pursue people on mopeds.

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: Annual Report of the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner (16 Oct 2017)

Amber Rudd: I am pleased to announce that I am today laying before the House the 2017 annual report of the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner. Copies of the report are available in the Vote Office. This statement has also been made in the House of Lords: HLWS168


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