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Tributes: Sir David Amess MP - Tributes (18 Oct 2021)

Baroness Evans of Bowes Park: ...Minister, yet turning his office upside down to find a missing local charity invitation for a duck race, and moving heaven and earth at all hours of the day for constituents in need. My husband, James, joined the House of Commons following the last election, and experienced Sir David’s generosity of friendship first-hand. They spent some time together recently, during lockdown,...

Home Department: Prevention of Illegal Protests (18 Oct 2021)

Priti Patel: ...in our history. It is an attack on our democracy and an appalling tragedy, and we are all thinking of David and Julia and their family. I also want to echo your words about our dear, dear colleague James Brokenshire, the Member of Parliament for Old Bexley and Sidcup, who bravely battled cancer over the past year. James, Cathy and their children are in all our thoughts. In response to...

Human Rights: Kashmir (23 Sep 2021)

James Daly: .... I did not know about this issue. I have learned from my friends; I have learned from people on the ground; I have learned and learned and learned about the human rights abuses that happen on a daily basis. I am a lawyer, and I have heard at first hand of people being detained without trial for two years and, the day before the two years are up, they get detained for another two years. It...

Human Rights: Kashmir (23 Sep 2021)

James Daly: .... I did not know about this issue. I have learned from my friends; I have learned from people on the ground; I have learned and learned and learned about the human rights abuses that happen on a daily basis. I am a lawyer, and I have heard at first hand of people being detained without trial for two years and, the day before the two years are up, they get detained for another two years. It...

Scottish Parliament: Parades Commission (23 Sep 2021)

Nicola Sturgeon: Regarding James Dornan’s proposal for a parades commission, I am happy for the Government to give that further consideration. I have already asked the justice secretary to consider what further action could be taken to maintain the important balance of rights between peaceful procession and freedom of speech and the ability of people to go about their daily lives without feeling unsafe or...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Ambulance Service (22 Sep 2021)

Paul O'Kane: ...is not me, Jackie Baillie or any other politician saying that; it is a paramedic who is working on the front line, and the cabinet secretary and the Government cannot ignore those words. As much as James Dornan might want to make it about the hard-working staff versus Opposition politicians, those words cannot be ignored. [ Interruption. ] The cabinet secretary must listen to my point and...

Criminal Justice System: Families Bereaved by Public Disasters (16 Sep 2021)

Maria Eagle: ...for a number of years, as Lord Michael Wills has done in the Lords—will do that. It is timely to have this debate because I know that the Government are now considering their response to Bishop James Jones’s 2017 report into the lessons to be learned from Hillsborough, which was commissioned by the right hon. Member for Maidenhead. I hope that, as part of the response to that, the...

Armed Forces Bill - Second Reading (7 Sep 2021)

Lord Browne of Ladyton: ...for and admiration for our Armed Forces. I have the highest regard for those who serve. From their work on the front line of the pandemic to operations around the world, such as Operation Pitting, daily they earn our admiration and deserve our gratitude. As my noble friend Lord Coaker has so clearly and articulately explained, Labour has made clear at every stage of the Bill that it is our...

Scottish Parliament: Insulin Discovery Centenary (1 Sep 2021)

Maree Todd: ...and support to those who are living with diabetes. As we know, insulin is the most effective diabetes treatment. We have heard about the group of scientists in Canada, one of whom was John James Rickard Macleod, the Scottish physiologist who discovered insulin. Prior to that, diabetes was a death sentence, and those who lived with it beyond a couple of years were the exception. Insulin is...

Summer Adjournment (22 Jul 2021)

Stuart Andrew: ...not have time to respond to all the issues raised, but I will do my best. Football has come up a fair bit. The hon. Member for Gateshead (Ian Mearns) and my hon. Friend the Member for Bury North (James Daly) talked about their clubs, and I am sure it will not have escaped their notice that DCMS Ministers are taking the future of the game very seriously. Their review will of course...

Business of the House (15 Jul 2021)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: ..., except a rather more accurate one, on the right rather than on the left. I think the BBC would be astonished by my suggestion. Would it make an appointment from Conservative Home or from The Daily Telegraph? It seems unlikely, and therefore it is problematic when the BBC looks at left-wing outlets and thinks that that is impartiality. I also think that it is more serious than that,...

Women’s Health Outcomes - Motion to Take Note (8 Jul 2021)

Baroness Jenkin of Kennington: ...—but those suffering symptoms should of course be given the informed option of taking HRT, a transformational drug that makes life worth living again for so many women. I give a big shout-out to James Timpson, who wrote in last weekend’s Times of the need to “stop the menopause hijacking careers”. One newish MP told me that, before she was prescribed HRT, she thought that she would...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Zimbabwe: Water Supply (8 Jul 2021)

James Duddridge: The UK is concerned about the humanitarian situation in Zimbabwe which includes a lack of access to clean and safe water for Zimbabweans. Out of an estimated daily demand of 800 mega litres, the City of Harare produces approximately 500 mega litres. We are also worried about the vast leakages in the water system due to old and ill-maintained infrastructure, and the diminishing water quality....

Pride Month (1 Jul 2021)

Charlotte Nichols: ...the moving contribution of my hon. Friend the Member for Liverpool, Walton (Dan Carden), and I thank the many contributors to this debate, including my hon. Friends the Members for Ealing North (James Murray), for Newport East (Jessica Morden), for Slough (Mr Dhesi), for Liverpool, West Derby (Ian Byrne), for Luton North (Sarah Owen), for Hornsey and Wood Green (Catherine West) and for...

Environment Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 82 (28 Jun 2021)

Lord Rooker: ...in Defra to convert that agency to an executive agency of MAFF. The department wanted to keep control, even with all the problems we had in setting up the agency. Despite the report from Philip James and the manifesto commitments, they still thought at the last minute that they could keep it as an executive agency. It would have been the ultimate control, if you like, of having an...

Armed Forces Bill: Clause 1 - Duration of Armed Forces Act 2006 (23 Jun 2021)

Dan Carden: It is a pleasure to follow the hon. Member for Bracknell (James Sunderland), and I was privileged to serve on the Armed Forces Bill Committee; he was an excellent Chairman of it and it was a really worthwhile exercise. There are a couple of issues that I took an interest in and hope to talk a little about today. I am also looking forward to joining the armed forces community in Liverpool on...

UK Military Personnel Serving Overseas: Vaccination (23 Jun 2021)

James Heappey: ...He raises an important point; as someone who served overseas on operations, I knew I was okay until I was not, but for those who are left behind—the families of our serving personnel—there is a daily worry about their safety and the threats they are facing. Indeed, many colleagues in the House have written to me on behalf of parents and loved ones of people deploying to seek...

Israel and Palestine — [Peter Dowd in the Chair] (14 Jun 2021)

James Cleverly: ...economic growth in the west bank. Economic progress can never be a substitute for a political settlement, but it is vital in the interim that Palestinians see tangible improvements in their daily lives. We call on the Palestinian Authority and Israel to resume dialogue on economic issues, to reconvene the Joint Economic Committee and to address the financial and covid crisis together. The...

Scottish Parliament: Economic Recovery (2 Jun 2021)

Paul Sweeney: ...and fervour to help the vulnerable and oppressed, and I hope that my conviction is widely shared by colleagues across the chamber. That conviction was certainly shared by my two predecessors, James Kelly and Johann Lamont, who were formidable advocates for our communities—from expunging draconian legislation that criminalised working-class football fans to speaking out against the...

NHS Dentistry: Waveney (25 May 2021)

Peter Aldous: ...reduction in patient appointments has created a backlog of patients. The pandemic has also meant the cancellation of and significant interruption to the dental general anaesthetic list at the James Paget Hospital at Gorleston in the constituency of my right hon. Friend the Member for Great Yarmouth (Brandon Lewis), which causes greater problems. The list will recommence on 1 June, and...


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