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Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (19 Dec 2019)

Eddie Hughes: ...back to the United Kingdom. Incredibly, while out on bail he continued to serve as a Labour MP. I am not sure, but I do not think the Home Secretary, my right hon. Friend the Member for Witham (Priti Patel), would allow such leniency these days. I found it amusing to read a line on Wikipedia that said: “Although unhappy with the situation, the Labour Party did not expel him.” That...

Bill Presented: European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill (19 Dec 2019)

Presentation and First Reading ( Standing Order No. 57) Secretary Stephen Barclay, supported by the Prime Minister, Michael Gove, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Secretary Priti Patel, Secretary Robert Buckland, Secretary Elizabeth Truss, Secretary Julian Smith and the Attorney General, presented Bill to implement, and make other provision in connection with, the agreement between the United...

Members Sworn (17 Dec 2019)

Lindsay Hoyle: ...made and subscribed the Affirmation required by law: Sir Peter James Bottomley, for Worthing West Right honourable Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson , Uxbridge and South Ruislip Right honourable Priti Sushil Patel, Witham Right honourable Dominic Rennie Raab, Esher and Walton Right honourable Robert James Buckland, South Swindon Right honourable Jacob William Rees-Mogg, North East...

Scottish Parliament: Achieving a Fairer Scotland (4 Dec 2019)

Aileen Campbell: ..., which are in a single sentence: “we will continue our efforts … to reduce poverty, including child poverty.” The lack of mention of poverty is not surprising, given that the Home Secretary, Priti Patel, deflected the blame for rising poverty, despite the Conservatives having been in power for a decade, by saying: “It’s not the Government, though, is it?” However, the rise in...

Scottish Parliament: Poverty (21 Nov 2019)

Angela Constance: Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, has claimed that the Government is not responsible for poverty. Does the First Minister agree that every Government, including hers, has a responsibility and duty to end poverty? Will she outline our responsibilities and the action that the Scottish Government is taking to address poverty here in Scotland?

Scottish Parliament: Diabetes, Heart Disease and Stroke (Over-65s) (14 Nov 2019)

Maureen Watt: The First Minister will be aware that the Home Secretary, Priti Patel, has pledged that the Tories will cut overall immigration and end freedom of movement if Boris Johnson wins—

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: Immigration (5 Nov 2019)

Priti Patel: I am announcing today the conversion of the Prisons and Probation Ombudsman (PPO) investigation of Brook House immigration removal centre to a statutory inquiry, in accordance with the Inquiries Act 2005. This Inquiry will investigate the mistreatment of detainees at Brook House immigration removal centre broadcast in the BBC Panorama programme ‘Undercover: Britain’s Immigration...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: Pre-charge Bail (5 Nov 2019)

Priti Patel: This government is fully committed to protecting the public, and ensuring the police have the powers they need. As such, today I am announcing that I intend to review pre-charge bail legislation to ensure we have a system which more effectively prioritises the safety of victims and witnesses and the management of suspects. Pre-charge bail enables the police to release a suspect from...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: Work of the Home Office (4 Nov 2019)

Priti Patel: Today I am updating Parliament on the work of the Home Office since 2010. The first duty of government is to protect the public. Since 1782, the Home Office has led work to keep the country safe from those who seek to do the country and its citizens harm. In doing so, we make a vital contribution to the Government’s plan for a stronger, fairer and outward-looking country. The Home...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: Strengthening Police Powers to Tackle Unauthorised Encampments (4 Nov 2019)

Priti Patel: Today am I announcing the Government’s plans to consult on criminalising the act of trespassing when setting up an unauthorised encampment in England and Wales. I recognise the distress and misery that some unauthorised encampments cause to many communities and businesses across the country. Currently, this kind of trespass is a civil matter and the powers available to the police are...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: Terrorism (4 Nov 2019)

Priti Patel: Today, the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC) changed the UK national terrorism threat level from ‘SEVERE’ to ‘SUBSTANTIAL’. This means that a terrorist attack is likely. The decision to change the threat level is taken by JTAC independently of Ministers. JTAC conducts a formal review of the terrorism threat level every six months. This is a systematic, comprehensive and...

Delegated Legislation: Representation of the People (31 Oct 2019)

...Metcalfe Amanda Milling Nigel Mills Damien Moore Penny Mordaunt Nicky Morgan David Morris James Morris Wendy Morton Sheryll Murray Andrew Murrison Bob Neill Sarah Newton Jesse Norman Guy Opperman Priti Patel Mike Penning John Penrose Andrew Percy Chris Philp Christopher Pincher Daniel Poulter Rebecca Pow Mark Prisk Tom Pursglove Jeremy Quin Will Quince Dominic Raab Jacob Rees-Mogg Laurence...

Disability-inclusive Development — [Mr Nigel Evans in the Chair] (31 Oct 2019)

Alex Norris: .... Friend said, there has been significant political change in the Department in recent years. Obviously, there have been four Secretaries of State, two of whom—the right hon. Members for Witham (Priti Patel) and for Portsmouth North (Penny Mordaunt)—have made disability a real priority. I want Ministers to make it clear today that this is a departmental priority, not just a priority...

Early Parliamentary General Election Bill: Early parliamentary general election (29 Oct 2019)

...Sheryll Murray Andrew Murrison Lisa Nandy Bob Neill Sarah Newton Caroline Nokes Jesse Norman Alex Norris Neil O'Brien Matthew Offord Melanie Onn Guy Opperman Kate Osamor Ian Paisley Jnr Neil Parish Priti Patel Owen Paterson Mark Pawsey Teresa Pearce Mike Penning Matthew Pennycook John Penrose Andrew Percy Claire Perry Chris Philp Laura Pidcock Christopher Pincher Luke Pollard Daniel...

Miscellaneous (29 Oct 2019)

...Morris David Morris James Morris Wendy Morton David Mundell Sheryll Murray Andrew Murrison Bob Neill Sarah Newton Caroline Nokes Jesse Norman Neil O'Brien Matthew Offord Guy Opperman Neil Parish Priti Patel Owen Paterson Mark Pawsey Mike Penning John Penrose Andrew Percy Claire Perry Chris Philp Christopher Pincher Daniel Poulter Rebecca Pow Victoria Prentis Mark Prisk Mark Pritchard Tom...

Bills Presented: Early Parliamentary General Election (29 Oct 2019)

Presentation and First Reading ( Standing Order No. 57) The Prime Minister, supported by Secretary Dominic Raab, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Michael Gove, Secretary Priti Patel, Oliver Dowden and Secretary Stephen Barclay, presented a Bill to make provision for a parliamentary general election to be held on 12 December 2019. Bill read the First time; to be read a Second time today, and...

Early Parliamentary General Election (28 Oct 2019)

...Morris David Morris James Morris Wendy Morton David Mundell Sheryll Murray Andrew Murrison Bob Neill Sarah Newton Caroline Nokes Jesse Norman Neil O'Brien Matthew Offord Guy Opperman Neil Parish Priti Patel Owen Paterson Mark Pawsey Mike Penning John Penrose Andrew Percy Claire Perry Chris Philp Christopher Pincher Daniel Poulter Rebecca Pow Victoria Prentis Mark Prisk Mark Pritchard Tom...

Major Incident in Essex (28 Oct 2019)

Priti Patel: I thank the right hon. Lady for her remarks. There are a number of points I would like to make. First, the right hon. Lady is absolutely right about the first responders. They cannot unsee what they have experienced and seen through this awful crime. Secondly, she is right to recognise the scale of trafficking and the inhumanity—there is no other word that can describe it—of the...

Written Answers — Home Office: Knives: Crime (28 Oct 2019)

Priti Patel: This Government is taking action by recruiting an additional 20,000 police officers, by easing restrictions on the use of stop and search, and through supporting the police operational response through the £100 million Serious Violence Fund. We are also investing in early intervention and, as announced in the Queen’s speech, we will legislate for a new serious violence duty.

Written Answers — Home Office: *No heading* (28 Oct 2019)

Priti Patel: This Government is committed to ensuring police have the powers they need to keep themselves and the public safe, that is why we have lifted restrictions on stop and search and committed £10m in ring-fenced funding for Taser. We will also introduce a Police Protection Bill to give police the support and protection they need to do their jobs effectively and safely.


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