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Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Suella Braverman (21 Nov 2023)

Caroline Lucas: To ask the Minister of the Cabinet Office, whether the Prime Minister exchanged letters with the Rt hon. Member for Fareham at the end of her term in office as Home Secretary; and for what reasons she no longer holds the office of Home Secretary.

Written Answers — Home Office: Suella Braverman (29 Nov 2023)

Lord Watson of Wyre Forest: To ask His Majesty's Government whether the written agreement made with the Rt Hon Suella Braverman QC MP, as mentioned in her resignation letter, was used as the basis for any policy direction in the Home Office; and if so, what the nature of that policy direction was.

Personal Statement ( 6 Dec 2023)

Rosie Winterton: Before I call the right hon. and learned Member for Fareham (Suella Braverman) to make her personal statement, I remind the House that such statements are heard in silence and without interruption. If anybody feels that they cannot abide by that, they are welcome to leave now. I repeat—in silence and without interruption.

Net Migration - Question (29 Nov 2023)

Lord Johnson of Marylebone: My Lords, can my noble friend the Minister assure me that, notwithstanding former Home Secretary Suella Braverman’s suggestion that she had a deal with the Prime Minister on this matter, there is no plan to axe the graduate route for international students?

Scottish Parliament: Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Act 2021 (21 Mar 2024)

The First Minister: The Conservative Party is a party that, from Suella Braverman to Lee Anderson, indulges in Islamophobic smears. Instead of fighting against the 2021 act—

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

Patrick Grady: Does the hon. Gentleman think it is helpful for the Prime Minister and the former Home Secretary the right hon. and learned Member for Fareham (Suella Braverman) and various others on his Benches to continually refer to the European Court of Human Rights as a foreign court?

Home Department: Police: Efficiency and Resourcing (19 Dec 2022)

Suella Braverman: Antisocial behaviour is a real focus for neighbourhood policing. Ultimately it depends on local police forces having increased numbers of policemen and women on the frontline, responding quickly to neighbourhood crime, antisocial behaviour, burglary, vandalism and graffiti. That is why I am glad that across the country we are seeing increased numbers of officers recruited to our ranks.

Home Department: Local Policing (26 Feb 2024)

Dawn Butler: ...I have suffered, which has been inspired and unleashed in part by the conspiracy theories and racist, Islamophobic, anti-Muslim hate peddled by the Members for Ashfield (Lee Anderson), for Fareham (Suella Braverman) and for South West Norfolk (Elizabeth Truss). [Interruption.]

Home Department: Neighbourhood Policing (26 Feb 2024)

Chris Philp: The previous Home Secretary, my right hon. and learned Friend the Member for Fareham (Suella Braverman) was successful in securing a commitment from police to ensure that every residential burglary has a visit from the police, but my hon. Friend’s idea for a dedicated burglary taskforce is excellent, and I commend it to all police and crime commissioners.

Previous Business – Lords: Select Committee ()

Constitution Committee: Parliament’s role in relation to the terms of Brexit. 9:45 am; Room 1, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 10:30 AM) Mr Steve Baker MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, Department for Exiting the European Union Ms Suella Braverman MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, Department for Exiting the European Union

Home Department: New Police Officers: Entry Pay Rates (14 Nov 2022)

Suella Braverman: The independent Police Remuneration Review Body makes recommendations to the Government on the pay and allowances for police officers. In July, we announced that we had accepted the review body’s recommendation to award a consolidated increase of £1,900 at all pay points with effect from 1 September, targeted at the lowest-paid to provide an uplift of up to 8.8%.

Exiting the European Union: Second EU Referendum (25 Oct 2018)

Suella Braverman: The hon. Gentleman is absolutely right. This is not the best of three. It is not about, “You keep trying until you get the result you want.” This was a historic vote, when millions of people put their faith in democracy. To do anything other than revere that vote would undermine democracy and cause a collapse in that faith.

Attorney General: Covid-19 Restrictions (24 Sep 2020)

Suella Braverman: I speak frequently to Cabinet colleagues on various matters relating to Government business, including measures taken on covid. Everyone has made huge sacrifices this year to protect the NHS and save lives, and most people are still following the rules and doing their bit to control the virus, but we do need to act now to stop the virus spreading.

Attorney General: Russia (24 Mar 2022)

Suella Braverman: Absolutely. The Deputy Prime Minister and Lord Chancellor recently announced urgent action he will be taking to target exactly the SLAPP litigation to which the hon. Gentleman refers. He will be introducing measures, in the public interest, so that we stop the abuse of our legal process and ensure that legal tools are not abused and misused in this way.

Home Department: Net Migration ( 3 Jul 2023)

Suella Braverman: No single measure can control net migration, but as the Prime Minister has been clear, net migration is too high. That is why I recently announced a series of measures aimed at reducing the number of student dependants, which has risen exponentially over the past few years, and ensuring that students come here in a more proportionate and balanced way.

Home Department: Antisocial Behaviour ( 3 Jul 2023)

Suella Braverman: Earlier in the year, I launched the antisocial behaviour action plan, which includes increasing funding for police and crime commissioners by over £100 million, delivering stronger and swifter punishment, increasing police visibility in response, and banning nitrous oxide. Antisocial behaviour is not a low-level crime. It blights communities, and that is why the Government are committed to...

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Statutory Instruments ( 1 Nov 2018)

Suella Braverman: The Government is making progress and remains confident of ensuring a functioning statute book as we leave the EU. All statutory instruments are being published on, and can also be found on Parliament’s tracker at The Government has committed that statutory instruments relating to EU exit will be clearly titled.

Attorney General: Unduly Lenient Sentence Scheme (24 Mar 2022)

Suella Braverman: Since the beginning of 2021, thanks to the referrals made by the Solicitor General and by me, sentences have been increased in more than 100 cases. Recently, I personally argued the case of Stephen Gibbs in the Court of Appeal sitting in Cardiff. I welcomed the decision to increase his sentence for attempted murder from 13 years to 20 years and seven months.

Public Order Bill: New Schedule 1 - Injunctions in Secretary of State proceedings: powers to remand (18 Oct 2022)

Suella Braverman: I will make progress, I am afraid. No Government should fail in their duty to protect their citizens from such abuse, and this Government will always put the law-abiding majority first. In a democracy, we make policy through civilised debate and at the ballot box, not through mob rule and not by visiting chaos and misery on our fellow citizens.

Home Department: Asylum Application Backlog (14 Nov 2022)

Suella Braverman: We are clear about the fact that the asylum system needs to do better and cases need to be processed more quickly. The aim of the asylum transformation programme is to bring the system back into balance and modernise it. Its focus is on increasing productivity by streamlining and digitising processes to speed up decision making and increase efficiency and output.

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