Labour MP for Tottenham (22 Jun 2000 – current)
Former Labour MP for City of Durham (5 May 2005 – 6 Nov 2019)
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Lord Ponsonby of Shulbrede: My Lords, the Minister in the other place spoke about the progress the Government had made in implementing the recommendations of the Lammy review. However, my right honourable friend David Lammy spoke of a lack of trust, which is exacerbated when the Government claim to have implemented some of his recommendations when in fact they have not been implemented. Does the Minister agree that the...
David Lammy: Yes. Amendment made: No. 285, in clause 49, page 17, line 28, leave out paragraph (c) and insert— '(c) the economy and efficiency of the provision of the health care;'.—[Mr. Lammy.] Clause 49, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill.
Lord Keen of Elie: My Lords, the Government welcome the Lammy review’s emerging findings and continue to support it. David Lammy has indicated a number of areas he wants to examine in more detail in the second phase of the review. We look forward to responding to the final report, due in the summer of 2017.
David Lammy: I, too, welcome the new Minister to his position. May I recommend to him the Lammy review? In it he will see that there is tremendous concern that the youth prison population now is 43% from a black or ethnic minority background. Will he look closely at its recommendations and can I meet him soon?
Justice: Progress in the implementation of the Lammy Review's recommendations.
Witnesses: ...Cadbury Trust Jessica Mullen, Head of Policy and Communications, Clinks Jabeer Butt OBE, Chief Executive Officer, Race Equality Foundation Nina Champion, Director, Criminal Justice Alliance Rt Hon David Lammy MP
David Lammy: Urgent Question) To ask the Prime Minister if he will make a statement on the Government’s implementation of the Lammy review.
David Lammy: ...made: No. 290, in clause 52, page 18, line 21, leave out 'other than NHS foundation trusts'. No. 291, in clause 52, page 18, line 23, leave out 'other than NHS foundation trusts'.—[Mr. Lammy.]
Albert Owen: .... The Minister has offered two minutes, and we are using up time arguing over a minute or two. The hon. Member for Ealing Central and Acton (Dr Huq) and the right hon. Member for Tottenham (Mr Lammy) will each make a two-minute contribution. If the Front-Bench spokespeople keep their contributions to eight minutes each, we will get everybody in. David Lammy—two minutes, and you will be...
David Lammy: As we have heard, recommendation 34 of the Lammy review said that the criminal justice system “should learn from the system for sealing criminal records employed in many US states.” I welcome the Government’s finally responding last week, after 18 months, with plans to comply with the major Supreme Court decision on filtering youth cautions, and the indication that I think the Secretary...
David Lammy: ...intermediaries in response to the consultation paper 'Simplifying CFAs' published in June 2003. A summary of the responses will be published in the spring. The Government have commissioned Sir David Clementi to review the regulatory framework of the legal services industry. Sir David announced in October 2003 that he will consider unregulated providers and regulatory gaps as part of his...
David Lammy: The hon. Gentleman is confused. The Government's policy has been to ask Sir David Clementi to consider the issues and to act once we have examined his report. We have said clearly that we need the right provisions to ensure that there are no sharp practices on the high street. We are working with the Law Society. David Clementi has specifically considered those matters and we are dealing with...
David Lammy: My right hon. Friend the Secretary of State met with David Laurence of Kaiser Permanente on Wednesday 19 June 2002. Both special advisers attended the meeting.
David Lammy: The hon. Member for West Chelmsford makes many of my points for me and makes them with some flair and panache. I discovered that he is related to a famous rock star—David Bowie. Some similarities between the two are apparent this morning.
Division number 3 - 9 yes, 3 no Voting yes: Bob Blizzard, Barry Gardiner, Neil Gerrard, Tom Harris, John Heppell, Beverley Hughes, Jon Owen Jones, David Lammy, Gwyn Prosser Voting no: Annabelle Ewing, David Heath, Mark Oaten
Division number 4 - 5 yes, 12 no Voting yes: Richard Bacon, Annabelle Ewing, Edward Garnier, David Heath, Mark Oaten Voting no: Bob Blizzard, Claire Curtis-Thomas, Neil Gerrard, Tom Harris, John Heppell, Beverley Hughes, Jon Owen Jones, David Lammy, Tony McWalter, Gwyn Prosser, Dari Taylor, Betty Williams
David Lammy: The Government have commissioned an independent review of the regulatory framework for legal services, aimed at promoting transparency and competition in the legal services sector. Sir David Clementi is due to present his report by the end of this year.
David Lammy: ...the sector has a last opportunity to do so itself. If it does not do this, the Government will consider how new formal regulation could be introduced, taking into account the recommendations of Sir David Clementi's review of the legal services regulatory framework.
David Lammy: Sir David Clementi is due to make his recommendations by 31 December 2004. The Government will set out our plans for responding to those recommendations after the report is published.
David Lammy: ...based on self-regulation, with the professional bodies—the largest are the Law Society and the Bar Council—combining regulatory and representative functions. The Government commissioned the Sir David Clementi review and are considering his proposals in detail.