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1. Questions to the First Minister: Gender Self-identification ( 9 Jan 2024)

Laura Anne Jones: ...there is clearly a divide between the Labour Party in Westminster and Welsh Labour on whether to pursue gender self ID. First Minister, I simply want to know: who is right on the issue, you or Keir Starmer?

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

Rhun ap Iorwerth: ...gets more money from Whitehall. He's making my argument for me. But, of course, the Tories won't pledge more money for Wales. They're not interested. And as we've seen with HS2 consequentials, Keir Starmer is refusing to make that pledge too. The First Minister hasn't been able to get that pledge from him. What makes him think that either of his potential successors will be able to?

Scottish Parliament: Constitution, Europe, External Affairs and Culture Committee Report: “How Devolution is Changing Post-EU” ( 9 Jan 2024)

Neil Bibby: ...Constitution, Europe, External Affairs and Culture Committee , 9 March 2023; c 5.] That is why the UK Labour Party’s commission on the future of the UK, which was initiated and welcomed by Keir Starmer, recommends that there should be a new statutory formulation of the Sewel convention and that it should be legally binding. It should apply to legislation in relation to devolved matters...

Scottish Parliament: National Health Service (Waiting Lists) (21 Dec 2023)

...will be lifted out of poverty this year. What will not help to tackle child poverty is the two-child limit that Anas Sarwar now supports retaining. What will not help is a bedroom tax that Keir Starmer and Anas Sarwar now support retaining. On my watch, and on this Government’s watch, we have more young people from areas of higher deprivation going to university than ever before. Yes,...

Victims and Prisoners Bill - Second Reading (18 Dec 2023)

Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd: ...reflected. Secondly, there was not enough information on the right to challenge the decisions of the police and the CPS, but there the law has been changed, largely due to the actions of Sir Keir Starmer when he was DPP. Again, I suspect that if that is a complaint, there is not enough change in culture. Thirdly, regular updates should be provided. This is something I have come across when...

Backbench Business: Spiking — [Caroline Nokes in the Chair] (14 Dec 2023)

Judith Cummins: ...clarity, we have a Government who are uncertain and unclear on their position. In April 2023, in relation to spiking, my right hon. and learned Friend the Member for Holborn and St Pancras (Keir Starmer), the leader of the Opposition, clarified that “an incoming Labour Government would make it a specific offence.” There were 34 signatories to this debate across five political parties,...

Scottish Parliament: Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Act 2023 (14 Dec 2023)

Clare Haughey: ...nations to support fair pay awards. As we have heard again today, Labour has said that it will repeal the legislation in its first 100 days of government, which I would welcome. However, Sir Keir Starmer has U-turned on previously announced policies almost every other week, so members must forgive me for not trusting what Labour says. As Labour continues to move to the right in order to...

Deferred Divisions: Representation of People (Northern Ireland) (13 Dec 2023)

...Rachel Reeves Jonathan Reynolds Bell Ribeiro-Addy Marie Rimmer Matt Rodda Lloyd Russell-Moyle Liz Saville-Roberts Tulip Siddiq Andrew Slaughter Cat Smith Jeff Smith Alex Sobel John Spellar Keir Starmer Jo Stevens Alistair Strathern Wes Streeting Graham Stringer Mark Tami Sam Tarry Gareth Thomas Emily Thornberry Stephen Timms Jon Trickett Karl Turner Derek Twigg Liz Twist Valerie Vaz...

Deferred Divisions: Retained EU Law Reform (13 Dec 2023)

...Simmonds Andrew Slaughter Cat Smith Chloe Smith Greg Smith Henry Smith Jeff Smith Julian Smith Royston Smith Alex Sobel Amanda Solloway John Spellar Ben Spencer Mark Spencer Alexander Stafford Keir Starmer Andrew Stephenson Jo Stevens Jane Stevenson Bob Stewart Iain Stewart Jamie Stone Alistair Strathern Gary Streeter Wes Streeting Mel Stride Graham Stringer Julian Sturdy Rishi Sunak James...

Deferred Divisions: Police (13 Dec 2023)

...Rachel Reeves Jonathan Reynolds Bell Ribeiro-Addy Marie Rimmer Matt Rodda Lloyd Russell-Moyle Liz Saville-Roberts Tulip Siddiq Andrew Slaughter Cat Smith Jeff Smith Alex Sobel John Spellar Keir Starmer Chris Stephens Jo Stevens Alistair Strathern Wes Streeting Graham Stringer Mark Tami Sam Tarry Alison Thewliss Gareth Thomas Owen Thompson Emily Thornberry Stephen Timms Jon Trickett Karl...

Prime Minister: Engagements (13 Dec 2023)

Keir Starmer: Yesterday we heard of the tragic death of a young man on the Bibby Stockholm. I know that the whole House will want to send our deepest condolences to his family and friends. We must never let this happen again. I would also like to mark the retirement of my colleague and friend Mark Drakeford, the First Minister of Wales. Mark committed his life to public service and lives his values every...

Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill (12 Dec 2023)

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

Public Sector Food Procurement (12 Dec 2023)

Kerry McCarthy: ...showed that it can be done, and in a country full of farmers, they very much welcomed it. I support that. The leader of my party, the right hon. and learned Member for Holborn and St Pancras (Keir Starmer), committed us to it when he spoke at the NFU a while ago, so I am keen to hear from the Minister whether that is still in active consideration. As I said, I used to chair the APPG on...

Welsh Devolution (12 Dec 2023)

Rob Roberts: ...mismanagement on a colossal scale. On a visit to Llandudno last year, the Leader of His Majesty’s Opposition in this place, the right hon. and learned Member for Holborn and St Pancras (Keir Starmer), said, “a Welsh Labour government is the living proof of what Labour in power looks like. How things can be done differently and better… a blueprint for what Labour could do across the...

1. Questions to the First Minister: Questions Without Notice from the Party Leaders (12 Dec 2023)

Rhun ap Iorwerth: ...is important, because, as the First Minister prepares to stand down, he could be setting an example to his successor in terms of what real accountability should look like. As the party leader, Keir Starmer, studies the runners and riders on who's likely to be doing his running for him in Wales next, he will see three candidate names coming up time and time again: the Ministers for health,...

Hillsborough Families Report: Government Response - Statement ( 6 Dec 2023)

Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle: ...representation. The case of Zane and the continuing fight of his father, Kye, and his mother, Nicole, to get an independent inquiry into that case is ongoing. The call has been backed by Sir Keir Starmer and Andy Burnham. Acknowledging that the Statement mentions seeking to “further understand the experience of these individuals”, can the Minister commit that the department will listen...

1. Questions to the Minister for Finance and Local Government: Questions Without Notice from Party Spokespeople ( 6 Dec 2023)

Peredur Owen Griffiths: ...which essentially amounts to austerity 2.0. By pledging not to turn on the spending taps and continuing down the road of austerity, despite its devastating consequences over the past 13 years, Keir Starmer is condemning our public services to a highly uncertain future, and the implications for Wales are particularly dire. As I've mentioned many times in this Chamber, we are already short...

Scottish Parliament: Palestine (Humanitarian Aid) ( 6 Dec 2023)

Marie McNair: ...it calls on our political leaders to heed the call from 36 human rights experts and take action to prevent genocide against the Palestinian people. Does the minister agree that Rishi Sunak and Keir Starmer need to stop prevaricating and demand an immediate ceasefire to bring an end to this massacre?

Scottish Parliament: Fiscal Framework Review ( 6 Dec 2023)

Michelle Thomson: ...anything else, explains my opening remarks about why the UK is a zombie country and why we are locked into low growth. We cannot look forward to a change from the Labour Party, either. Sir Keir Starmer has clearly indicated his intention to follow exactly the same macroeconomic policies that have led us to this point. That leads us to the alternatives. I am grateful for the report that Jim...

Prime Minister: Engagements ( 6 Dec 2023)

Keir Starmer: It is very good to see you in your place, Madam Deputy Speaker. We wish Mr Speaker a speedy recovery. This week, we lost two giants of the Labour family, and I thank the Prime Minister for his comments. Alistair Darling was a man of unassuming intelligence, warmth and kindness. He brought a calm expertise and, in private, a cutting wit, and his devoted love of his family was ever present. Our...


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