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Results 141–160 of 5000 for david cameron

Devolved Administrations: 20th Anniversary - Motion to Take Note (22 May 2019)

Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth: ...Kingdom today. It is evident that support for devolution has grown over the years. In Wales in 1997, there was a very narrow vote in favour of establishing a National Assembly. In 2011, under David Cameron, we had a further referendum on full law-making powers, supported by all four mainstream parties in Wales. All but one local authority area voted in favour of giving the Assembly those...

Immunity for Soldiers — [Mrs Madeleine Moon in the Chair] (20 May 2019)

Carol Monaghan: ...in Northern Ireland, and they described their exemplary behaviour. The actions of a few in the armed forces during Operation Banner, which, in the case of the Bloody Sunday killings, Prime Minister David Cameron described as “unjustified and unjustifiable”, let down their colleagues and made the overall task more difficult. We have heard many examples of how stressful the process has...

Rivers Authorities and Land Drainage Bill - Second Reading (16 May 2019)

Baroness Bakewell of Hardington Mandeville: My Lords, I am extremely grateful to the noble Lord, Lord Bethell, for his comprehensive introduction to his Private Member’s Bill, which was sponsored by David Warburton, the MP for Somerton and Frome in the other place. I understand that the Bill has government backing. I declare my interest as a vice-president of the LGA, although I am no longer an elected councillor in South Somerset,...

Backbench Business: National Marriage and Mental Health Awareness Weeks — [Sir David Amess in the Chair] (16 May 2019)

Andrew Selous: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Sir David. I congratulate my hon. Friends—they are my friends—the Members for Congleton (Fiona Bruce) and for Strangford (Jim Shannon) on two excellent speeches. It is very good to see the Minister, who I know takes this area seriously. She has responded to other debates of this nature in Westminster Hall, and is a deep and serious...

Investigation of Veterans (16 May 2019)

Kirsty Blackman: ...the troubles, but nobody is above the law. The Good Friday agreement remains incredibly important today, and we have a duty to defer to the frameworks underneath it. When he was Prime Minister, David Cameron gave a formal apology for the events of Bloody Sunday. He said: “What happened on Bloody Sunday was both unjustified and unjustifiable. It was wrong.”—[Official Report, 15 June...

Scottish Parliament: Brexit (Impact on Food and Drink) (16 May 2019)

Mr Mark Ruskell: I suppose that, true to form, we will always divide over constitutional questions, particularly given that there is an election next week. However, I will reach out to Donald Cameron and Rhoda Grant, because I agree with them in some ways. I believe that the Scottish Government needs to get on with the day job and deliver with the devolved powers that this Parliament has. It needs to deliver...

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (16 May 2019)

Division number 1 For: Balfour, Jeremy, Ballantyne, Michelle, Bowman, Bill, Briggs, Miles, Cameron, Donald, Carlaw, Jackson, Carson, Finlay, Chapman, Peter, Corry, Maurice, Davidson, Ruth, Fraser, Murdo, Golden, Maurice, Greene, Jamie, Hamilton, Rachael, Harris, Alison, Kerr, Liam, Lindhurst, Gordon, Lockhart, Dean, Mason, Tom, Mitchell, Margaret, Mountain, Edward, Mundell, Oliver, Scott,...

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (15 May 2019)

..., McMillan, Stuart, Neil, Alex, Paterson, Gil, Robison, Shona, Ross, Gail, Somerville, Shirley-Anne, Stevenson, Stewart, Stewart, Kevin, Sturgeon, Nicola, Swinney, John, Todd, Maree, Torrance, David, Watt, Maureen, White, Sandra Against: Baillie, Jackie, Balfour, Jeremy, Ballantyne, Michelle, Bibby, Neil, Bowman, Bill, Briggs, Miles, Burnett, Alexander, Cameron, Donald, Carlaw, Jackson,...

Schools: Adopted Children - Question for Short Debate (14 May 2019)

Lord Triesman: ...disadvantages, but children who arrive with difficulties of this kind are to be equally cherished. I shall see in this debate no grounds for ideological differences on the matters that we discuss. David Cameron made a significant difference to our social attitudes to adoption. He could not see why, sensible precautions having been taken, a young person should spend many years in care...

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (14 May 2019)

..., Stuart, Neil, Alex, Paterson, Gil, Robison, Shona, Ross, Gail, Rowley, Alex, Ruskell, Mark, Smyth, Colin, Somerville, Shirley-Anne, Stevenson, Stewart, Stewart, Kevin, Todd, Maree, Torrance, David, Watt, Maureen, White, Sandra, Wightman, Andy Against: Balfour, Jeremy, Ballantyne, Michelle, Bowman, Bill, Briggs, Miles, Burnett, Alexander, Cameron, Donald, Carlaw, Jackson, Carson, Finlay,...

Holocaust (Return of Cultural Objects) (Amendment) Bill - Second Reading (9 May 2019)

Lord Polak: ...repeat itself, which is why we should not put time limits on the ability to seek justice. That is why I am honoured to be a trustee of the Holocaust Memorial Charitable Trust. I pay tribute to David Cameron and Theresa May for their outstanding leadership in ensuring that the UK finally has the national Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre just next door—a project ably led by Ed Balls...

Conduct of Debate in Public Life - Motion to Regret (9 May 2019)

Lord Wallace of Saltaire: ...Life has said that political parties should take the lead. Political leaders set the tone of public debate and our political leaders have failed. I do not mean just our current political leaders. David Cameron failed in many ways regarding his respect for evidence. I felt that in particular when we were dealing with European issues in the coalition Government. Tony Blair cultivated the...

Scottish Parliament: Vulnerable Witnesses (Criminal Evidence) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (9 May 2019)

Division number 1 For: Balfour, Jeremy, Ballantyne, Michelle, Bowman, Bill, Briggs, Miles, Burnett, Alexander, Cameron, Donald, Carlaw, Jackson, Carson, Finlay, Chapman, Peter, Corry, Maurice, Davidson, Ruth, Fraser, Murdo, Greene, Jamie, Hamilton, Rachael, Harris, Alison, Kerr, Liam, Lindhurst, Gordon, Lockhart, Dean, Mason, Tom, Mitchell, Margaret, Mountain, Edward, Mundell, Oliver, Scott,...

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (9 May 2019)

...Allan, Alasdair, Arthur, Tom, Baillie, Jackie, Baker, Claire, Balfour, Jeremy, Ballantyne, Michelle, Beamish, Claudia, Beattie, Colin, Bibby, Neil, Bowman, Bill, Briggs, Miles, Burnett, Alexander, Cameron, Donald, Campbell, Aileen, Carlaw, Jackson, Carson, Finlay, Chapman, Peter, Coffey, Willie, Cole-Hamilton, Alex, Constance, Angela, Corry, Maurice, Crawford, Bruce, Cunningham, Roseanna,...

TV Licences for over-75S (8 May 2019)

Sharon Hodgson: ...accept that it is a moveable feast? Things have been added and taken away over the years. For example, dentistry was included at first, and it is not now. We added the free TV licences in 2000, and David Cameron added universal infant free school meals—heaven forbid that anyone would try to take them away now. Does the hon. Gentleman agree that the welfare state has changed and evolved...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Leaving the EU: Devolution Settlement (8 May 2019)

David Mundell: To give the hon. Lady some context, David Cameron made it very clear in 2013 that there would be an EU referendum. The SNP and the former First Minister’s assertion was that Scotland would automatically stay in the EU if it became independent. That was not correct. The question for those advocating a yes in 2014, as it is now, is how an independent Scotland would become a member of the EU.

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (8 May 2019)

..., Paterson, Gil, Robison, Shona, Ross, Gail, Ruskell, Mark, Russell, Michael, Somerville, Shirley-Anne, Stevenson, Stewart, Stewart, Kevin, Sturgeon, Nicola, Swinney, John, Todd, Maree, Torrance, David, Watt, Maureen, Wheelhouse, Paul, White, Sandra, Wightman, Andy Against: Baillie, Jackie, Baker, Claire, Balfour, Jeremy, Ballantyne, Michelle, Beamish, Claudia, Bibby, Neil, Bowman, Bill,...

Wild Animals in Circuses (No. 2) Bill (7 May 2019)

David Rutley: ...this ban. The ban has been introduced there and we are pleased that there has been support for what we are doing today from the hon. Member for East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow (Dr Cameron) and the Scottish Government.

Scottish Parliament: Age of Criminal Responsibility (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (7 May 2019)

..., Arthur, Tom, Baillie, Jackie, Baker, Claire, Balfour, Jeremy, Ballantyne, Michelle, Beamish, Claudia, Beattie, Colin, Bibby, Neil, Bowman, Bill, Briggs, Miles, Brown, Keith, Burnett, Alexander, Cameron, Donald, Campbell, Aileen, Carlaw, Jackson, Carson, Finlay, Chapman, Peter, Coffey, Willie, Constance, Angela, Corry, Maurice, Crawford, Bruce, Cunningham, Roseanna, Davidson, Ruth,...

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (7 May 2019)

..., Arthur, Tom, Baillie, Jackie, Baker, Claire, Balfour, Jeremy, Ballantyne, Michelle, Beamish, Claudia, Beattie, Colin, Bibby, Neil, Bowman, Bill, Briggs, Miles, Brown, Keith, Burnett, Alexander, Cameron, Donald, Campbell, Aileen, Carlaw, Jackson, Carson, Finlay, Chapman, Peter, Coffey, Willie, Cole-Hamilton, Alex, Constance, Angela, Corry, Maurice, Crawford, Bruce, Cunningham, Roseanna,...


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