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Prime Minister: Engagements ( 1 May 2024)

Keir Starmer: I join the Prime Minister in his words about yesterday’s awful events in Hainault. I am sure that the whole House will want to commend the first responders and send our deepest condolences to the family of the 14-year-old boy who was murdered. I join the Prime Minister in his remarks about the attack in the school in Sheffield as well. I know that everyone in the House will be delighted to...

Defence Spending - Statement (25 Apr 2024)

Baroness Anderson of Stoke-on-Trent: ...moment to applaud the additional support for Ukraine, announced both here and in the US. Its fight is our fight. A fortnight ago, when confirming our cast-iron commitment to the deterrent, Sir Keir Starmer, the leader of the Opposition, made our position clear. A future Labour Government will have a fully funded plan to spend 2.5% of GDP on defence, so our aspiration is the same as the...

Scottish Parliament: First Minister’s Question Time: Bute House Agreement (25 Apr 2024)

Humza Yousaf: ...when it comes to his principles. Anas Sarwar described lifting the cap on bankers’ bonuses, when the Tories did it, as “economically illiterate” and morally repugnant; however, when Keir Starmer does it, Anas Sarwar, like a good boy, falls into line. Anas Sarwar used to oppose the two-child limit; he now supports Keir Starmer in retaining it. Anas Sarwar used to believe in...

Scottish Parliament: Two-child Benefit Cap (23 Apr 2024)

Shirley-Anne Somerville: ...limit and associated rape clause since it was introduced. We called on the UK Government, in advance of the spring statement, to abolish that policy. The First Minister has also written to Sir Keir Starmer to ask, in the event of a Labour Government, whether there is a commitment to scrap that policy at source. It is deeply disappointing that no response to either letter has been...

3. Questions to the Counsel General: The Victims and Prisoners Bill (23 Apr 2024)

Mick Antoniw: ...to do so and to come forward proactively with that. And that is one of the fundamental demands in respect of a so-called Hillsborough law. What I am very pleased to say is that, of course, Sir Keir Starmer has already indicated that an incoming Labour Government will introduce a full Hillsborough law, it will introduce public advocates. I am certain that it will also respect the devolution...

8. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Transport (17 Apr 2024)

Delyth Jewell: ...on this point, we have lost out on billions of pounds through paying for HS2 when not a mile of track enters our national borders. We have paid towards impoverishing ourselves and neither Sunak nor Starmer sees the need to right that wrong. Westminster, Darren, will always prioritise Westminster, never Wales. Now, I would have expected the Welsh Government to do differently. Our amendment...

Spring Budget 2024: Welsh Economy — [Peter Dowd in the Chair] (17 Apr 2024)

Fay Jones: .... I am curious as to where that has come from. No such promise has ever been made and no policy has ever been announced. I heard the right hon. and learned Member for Holborn and St Pancras (Keir Starmer) make that claim earlier and I would be worried that he could be accused of misleading the House—something I know he would never do. That is Labour’s smokescreen: covering up for...

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

Tom Giffard: It is worth repeating sometimes that the Welsh Government does receive £1.20 for every £1 spent in England—a Union dividend. And even Keir Starmer must think that that’s a good deal, because he has no plans to change it either. But perhaps we need to talk more about the decisions that this Welsh Government makes with its money. To govern is to choose, and you’ve chosen 20 mph speed...

Prime Minister: Engagements (17 Apr 2024)

Keir Starmer: I, too, welcome the postmasters in the Gallery, in their quest for justice. This week we marked 35 years since the disaster at Hillsborough, and the enduring courage and determination of the families must be marked by the passing of a Hillsborough law. We also lost Lord Richard Rosser, a lifelong member of the Labour party. He will be greatly missed, and our thoughts are with his wife Sheena...

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

Rhun ap Iorwerth: ...one of Labour's recent choices has been to cut funding for Amgueddfa Cymru—something the First Minister robustly defended yesterday; the same is true for the National Library of Wales. Now, Keir Starmer recently said he would end what he called 'the war on culture', but, here in Wales, Labour, I'm afraid, appears to take the opposite approach: 90 jobs hanging in the balance at the...

Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill: Clause 4 - Decisions based on particular individual circumstances (15 Apr 2024)

...Moyle Liz Saville-Roberts Naseem Shah Michael Shanks Virendra Sharma Barry Sheerman Tulip Siddiq Andrew Slaughter Alyn Smith Cat Smith Jeff Smith Nick Smith Karin Smyth Alex Sobel John Spellar Keir Starmer Chris Stephens Jo Stevens Jamie Stone Wes Streeting Graham Stringer Zarah Sultana Mark Tami Sam Tarry Alison Thewliss Gareth Thomas Nick Thomas-Symonds Owen Thompson Emily Thornberry...

Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill: After Clause 4 - Age assessment of unaccompanied children (15 Apr 2024)

...Moyle Liz Saville-Roberts Naseem Shah Michael Shanks Virendra Sharma Barry Sheerman Tulip Siddiq Andrew Slaughter Alyn Smith Cat Smith Jeff Smith Nick Smith Karin Smyth Alex Sobel John Spellar Keir Starmer Chris Stephens Jo Stevens Jamie Stone Wes Streeting Graham Stringer Zarah Sultana Mark Tami Sam Tarry Alison Thewliss Gareth Thomas Nick Thomas-Symonds Owen Thompson Emily Thornberry...

Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill: After Clause 5 - Removal of victims of modern slavery and human trafficking (15 Apr 2024)

...Moyle Liz Saville-Roberts Naseem Shah Michael Shanks Virendra Sharma Barry Sheerman Tulip Siddiq Andrew Slaughter Alyn Smith Cat Smith Jeff Smith Nick Smith Karin Smyth Alex Sobel John Spellar Keir Starmer Chris Stephens Jo Stevens Jamie Stone Wes Streeting Graham Stringer Zarah Sultana Mark Tami Sam Tarry Alison Thewliss Gareth Thomas Nick Thomas-Symonds Owen Thompson Emily Thornberry...

Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill: After Clause 5 - Exemption for agents, allies and employees of the UK Overseas (15 Apr 2024)

...-Roberts Naseem Shah Michael Shanks Jim Shannon Virendra Sharma Barry Sheerman Tulip Siddiq Andrew Slaughter Alyn Smith Cat Smith Jeff Smith Nick Smith Karin Smyth Alex Sobel John Spellar Keir Starmer Chris Stephens Jo Stevens Jamie Stone Wes Streeting Graham Stringer Zarah Sultana Mark Tami Sam Tarry Alison Thewliss Gareth Thomas Nick Thomas-Symonds Owen Thompson Emily Thornberry Stephen...

Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill: Clause 1 - Introduction (15 Apr 2024)

...Moyle Liz Saville-Roberts Naseem Shah Michael Shanks Virendra Sharma Barry Sheerman Tulip Siddiq Andrew Slaughter Alyn Smith Cat Smith Jeff Smith Nick Smith Karin Smyth Alex Sobel John Spellar Keir Starmer Chris Stephens Jo Stevens Jamie Stone Wes Streeting Graham Stringer Zarah Sultana Mark Tami Sam Tarry Alison Thewliss Gareth Thomas Nick Thomas-Symonds Owen Thompson Emily Thornberry...

Iran and Israel - Statement (15 Apr 2024)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: ...Chapman, James Kirby and James Henderson, who were killed in Gaza, as heroes. They lost their lives when all they wanted to do was to help others. Iran’s actions over the weekend have, as Keir Starmer said in the other place, “left the world a more dangerous place”. There was clear intent to destabilise the region and fuel further tensions. Innocent civilians were targeted. It is...

Iran-Israel Update (15 Apr 2024)

Keir Starmer: I thank the Prime Minister for an advance copy of his statement, and for the regular briefings on the developing situation in the middle east. I also thank him for his warm tribute to your father, Mr Speaker. Doug Hoyle was a great servant of our party, respected by all who knew him. I also join the Prime Minister in offering our solidarity with the victims of the horrific attack in Sydney,...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Child Payment (Aberdeen) (28 Mar 2024)

Paul McLennan: ...guarantee and the reversal of damaging welfare cuts such as the two-child limit. Those steps would lift 40,000 children in Scotland out of poverty next year. The First Minister wrote to Keir Starmer in January to find ways of working together to tackle poverty, should Labour form the next UK Government. No reply has been received from Labour or the current UK Government, and neither has...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Government Leadership (28 Mar 2024)

...is Anas Sarwar’s record? The only consistency over the past year is that he is completely inconsistent. He has U-turned, dumped every single principle or policy and fallen into line behind Keir Starmer.

Scottish Parliament: Wellbeing Economy (United Kingdom Government Policies) (27 Mar 2024)

Collette Stevenson: The Tory Government’s budget offered nothing to the millions of people who are really struggling with the cost of living, and Sir Keir Starmer has already confirmed that Labour would follow the Tories’ tax and spending rules. If we add to that the fact that Labour and the Tories do not want to devolve employment law, it is clear that Westminster offers no solution for the people of...


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