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Sir Charles Starmer

Former MP for Cleveland ( 6 Dec 1923 – 9 Oct 1924)

Keir Starmer

Labour MP for Holborn and St Pancras ( 8 May 2015 – current)


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King’s Speech - Debate (2nd Day) (18 Jul 2024)

Baroness Ritchie of Downpatrick: ...King’s Speech—the gracious Speech—heralds a welcome step change in our politics, with a range of policies and legislation to be implemented by the new Labour Government under Prime Minister Starmer and his ministerial team. I welcome our Front-Bench Ministers, my noble friends Lord Hunt of Kings Heath and Lady Hayman of Ullock. I look forward to working with and supporting them in a...

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: 2024 NATO Summit (18 Jul 2024)

Keir Starmer: I attended the NATO Leaders’ Summit in Washington DC on 9-11 July, with the Foreign Secretary, the Defence Secretary and the Minister for the Cabinet Office (Minister for the Constitution and European Union Relations). The Summit marked the 75th anniversary of the world’s most successful defensive Alliance. Following Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine, NATO stands bigger, stronger...

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: UK Covid-19 Inquiry Module 1 Report (18 Jul 2024)

Keir Starmer: The Chair of the UK Covid-19 Inquiry, Rt Hon Baroness Heather Hallett, has today published the Inquiry’s Module One report, which examines the resilience and preparedness of the United Kingdom between 2009 and early 2020. I have today laid before both Houses a copy of this report. The report concludes that the UK was under-prepared for the Covid-19 pandemic, and that process, planning and...

8. Debate on the Culture, Communications, Welsh Language, Sport, and International Relations Committee Report, 'State of play: Public service broadcasting in Wales' (17 Jul 2024)

Rhys ab Owen: However, I don't see much enthusiasm from the new Starmer ministry to restore that funding. This is despite a recent report by Wavehill that showed that every £1 spent on S4C that they get from the licence fee, it earns £1.53 for the Welsh economy. There is no reason for S4C's funding to continue to be cut. As we saw in last week's six nations broadcasting rights debate, there is clear...

7. Finance Committee Debate: Welsh Government's spending priorities for the 2025-26 budget (17 Jul 2024)

Sioned Williams: ..., and any delay on this front will simply allow the cracks in our society to widen even further. The work of renewal and of restoration has to begin in earnest now, but the promise of change from a Starmer Government is rapidly evaporating under the reality that its offer to Wales implies yet more contractions to our already insufficient and overstretched resources. As we heard outlined in...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (17 Jul 2024)

Keir Starmer: Thank you, Mr Speaker. I join the Leader of the Opposition in his tribute to His Majesty the King. It is so heartening to see him in his rightful place, delivering the Gracious Speech. I am sure that the whole House will not mind once again wishing him a speedy recovery. I also join the right hon. Gentleman in wishing Her Majesty the Queen a happy birthday. We also wish President Trump a...

1. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Constitution and Cabinet Office: Fair Funding for Wales (17 Jul 2024)

Natasha Asghar: .... When the Birmingham to Manchester leg of HS2 was scrapped, the UK Conservative Government decided to pump £1 billion of that saving into electrification of the north Wales main line. Since Keir Starmer entered Downing Street, there has been no mention whatsoever of what Labour is going to do when it comes to this important electrification project. I also take into account the fact that...

11. Debate: Welsh Government Annual Report — Delivering the government’s priorities and legislative programme (16 Jul 2024)

Rhun ap Iorwerth: ...and what they consider to be a friendly Government in Westminster. And the First Minister, before he steps down formally, should pick up the phone time and time again, if needed, to Sir Keir Starmer to emphasise the way that a fair proportion of HS2 funding could transform the rail network of Wales. I call on him, too, to make the case for abolishing the Barnett formula, which is long...

7. & 8. The general principles of The Senedd Cymru (Electoral Candidate Lists) Bill and the financial resolution in respect of The Senedd Cymru (Electoral Candidate Lists) Bill (16 Jul 2024)

Sioned Williams: ...economic chaos easier to achieve in political terms. The people of Wales certainly deserve better care and attention from Westminster, and this earlier-than-expected change could have led to Keir Starmer supporting our Government by giving it the ability to deliver gender quotas, beyond any doubt, by giving it the power over matters that are currently claimed by some to be outwith the...

1. Questions to the First Minister: Questions Without Notice from Party Leaders (16 Jul 2024)

Rhun ap Iorwerth: He was pushed, ultimately, by the resignation of four Ministers, all four of whom voted to declare their confidence in him recently. Their opportunity to show decisive action had long passed. Keir Starmer himself stood by him throughout, either oblivious to or ignorant of the public view of our First Minister's actions. The Labour Party as a whole has been tainted by this and Wales deserves...

7. Topical Questions: Tata Steel (10 Jul 2024)

Sioned Williams: ...UK Government plans, 'the outcome we are facing and the loss it represents was preventable, and is still preventable'. Well, how? There must have been a plan, because it was costed, wasn't it? Keir Starmer said how much he was going to spend, or how much more he was going to spend, so how can you cost a plan without there being a plan? It's not good enough to say that the Labour Government...

6. Plaid Cymru Debate: Devolved powers and funding (10 Jul 2024)

Rhun ap Iorwerth: ..., and I'm hearing a Labour Government in Wales backtracking on one issue after another. We were told that muscular unionism would end with the onset of a Labour Government at Westminster, but Keir Starmer, from where I'm looking, is still flexing away. Peter Fox reminded us that we'd been through a period of political knockabout, but all I saw time and time again was the knocking back of...

Members Sworn ( 9 Jul 2024)

Lindsay Hoyle: ...the Affirmation required by law: Right honourable Sir Edward Julian Egerton Leigh, for Gainsborough Right honourable Diane Julie Abbott, Hackney North and Stoke Newington Right honourable Keir Starmer, Holborn and St Pancras Right honourable Angela Rayner, Ashton-under-Lyne Right honourable Shabana Mahmood, Birmingham Ladywood Right honourable Rachel Jane Reeves, Leeds West and Pudsey...

3. Statement by the First Minister: The Legislative Programme ( 9 Jul 2024)

Delyth Jewell: ...been undertaken by the climate change committee in the Senedd on Ffos-y-fran and opencast sites, would you consider expanding the scope of that Bill to include those sites? When you met Sir Keir Starmer yesterday, did you repeat to him your belief that the cost of clearing these coal tips should be shared with Westminster? Because the fundamental truth, the ethical case, has not changed. I...

Message to Attend the Lords Commissioners: Election of Speaker ( 9 Jul 2024)

Keir Starmer: Mr Speaker-Elect, on behalf of the whole House, may I be the first to congratulate you on your re-election? Those of us who were here in the previous Parliament will always remember the wonderful support you provided to the former Conservative Member, Craig Mackinlay, and his inspiring battle to overcome his injuries from sepsis. All of those returning will remember, as I do, the speech he...

1. Questions to the First Minister: Fair Funding for Wales ( 9 Jul 2024)

Vaughan Gething: ...to govern in service of the people of Wales, and I'm very proud to do so. And I'll carry on undertaking that role with partners in the UK Government. And, actually, in the conversation with Keir Starmer, of course I discussed the future of fairness around Barnett, of course I discussed the investment opportunities in rail infrastructure and the need to deliver something that will actually...

1. Questions to the First Minister: The Impact of the General Election ( 9 Jul 2024)

John Griffiths: ..., of course, if the prisons are overcrowded, it makes rehabilitation very difficult, and that creates more reoffending, more victims of crime. So, I'm very pleased that our new Prime Minister, Keir Starmer, has made James Timpson the Minister of State for Prisons to deal with these problems, because through his ideas and through his action in his own business, he's demonstrated his...

1. Questions to the First Minister: Questions Without Notice from the Party Leaders ( 9 Jul 2024)

Rhun ap Iorwerth: ...justice, that's a worrying sign at the start of this new UK Government. Now, saving thousands of jobs at Port Talbot has to, certainly, be one of the most important strategic priorities for Keir Starmer. Eight weeks ago, the First Minister himself flew to India and urged the management of Tata Steel to wait for a UK Labour Government before taking a final decision on Port Talbot. Now, we...

6. Member Debate under Standing Order 11.21(iv): Dentistry training ( 3 Jul 2024)

Mabon ap Gwynfor: I thank Siân Gwenllian for bringing forward this important and timely debate before the Senedd today. I do note, and it is interesting to note, that Keir Starmer has been campaigning quite a lot on dentistry, referring very often to a visit that he made to Alder Hey, and talking about the number of children who have to go there in order to have their teeth extracted. Of course, everyone's...

2. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Economy, Energy and Welsh Language: Questions Without Notice from Party Spokespeople ( 3 Jul 2024)

Luke Fletcher: ...more assistance with energy debt and crisis support than at any other time in the past five years. Much has been made in recent weeks of Great British Energy, since it was announced by Keir Starmer. Pat McFadden, Labour's national campaign co-ordinator, recently confirmed in an interview that GB Energy will not be a company that generates energy, but it will essentially be a finance...


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