Former MP for Monaghan South (13 Jul 1895 – 7 Feb 1902)
Former MP for County Galway (29 Jun 1805 – 29 Dec 1834)
Conservative MP for Bury North (13 Dec 2019 – current)
Did you mean James daily?
Lindsay Hoyle: Yes, but unfortunately Jonathan Gullis is not here. You managed to jump in before James Daly could speak. Not to worry. We will go to James Daly.
Mr James Prior: Yes. I would find any excuse for terrorism utterly regrettable. I remind the House of the extraordinarily powerful comments of Bishop Cahal Daly at the recent funeral of a murdered girl. His condemnation of all those who support violence in Northern Ireland was the most powerful that I have heard in three years.
James Daly: Does the hon. Member agree that letting violent and sexual offenders back on the streets after they have served just half their sentence is clearly letting victims down?
James Daly: I do apologise—
James Daly: One of the main burdens on pubs in my area is the disgraceful expulsion of Bury football club from the Football League. Anything that can be done to assist pubs in my area and the rebirth of Bury football club would be an eminently good thing.
James Daly: What does the hon. Lady think about pre-charge advice? It is one of the reasons—it may be a good reason—for delays in the system. Does she feel that pre-charge advice plays a positive or negative role in this process?
James Daly: Will my right hon. Friend find time for a debate on how Government and local authorities can support taxi drivers? Taxi drivers are the largest self-employed sector in my constituency. We must work to ensure that they are able to earn a sustainable living and are not weighed down by disproportionate costs and heavy-handed regulation.
That Robert Butler, James Daly, Miss Sarah Dines, Maria Eagle, John Howell, Kenny MacAskill, Dr Kieran Mullan, Ellie Reeves, Ms Marie Rimmer and Andy Slaughter be members of the Justice Committee.
James Daly: What steps he is taking to improve safety on the M66.
James Daly: What steps his Department plans to take to tackle vexatious claims against armed forces personnel.
James Daly: Can I ask a very simple question? What shred of evidence does the hon. Gentleman have to back up what he has just said?
James Daly: There is a chronic shortage of magistrates in Greater Manchester and other parts of the country. Can the Minister outline what steps are being taken to increase recruitment and, importantly, to ensure the magistracy is more diverse and representative of the areas it serves, as per recommendation 16 of the Lammy report?
James Daly: What steps his Department is taking to increase levels of cycling and walking.
James Daly: If he will list his official engagements for Wednesday 16 September.
James Daly: What steps his Department has taken to improve criminal legal aid provision.
Nigel Evans: I call James Daly —[Interruption.] Sorry—Lee Rowley.
Sara Britcliffe: On buses, we had a great campaign to save a vital bus service that ran through my constituency and that of my hon. Friend the Member for Bury North (James Daly). Does he agree that services such as the X41 are vital to our communities, and that it was a great effort to save that bus route ?
James Daly: Will my right hon. Friend reassure the House that, because of the agreement reached by the Joint Committee on the Northern Ireland protocol and regardless of the outcome of our negotiations with the EU, there will be no new customs infrastructure required in Northern Ireland?
James Daly: What steps his Department is taking to support hospitality businesses in areas under tier 3 covid-19 restrictions.
Philip Davies: ...wishing to speak. I want to get to the Front-Bench spokespersons by as close to 5.10 pm as possible, so we will start with a limit of five minutes, which will probably have to be reduced. I call James Daly.