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Defence: Ukraine: Territorial Integrity (10 Jan 2022)

Ben Wallace: ...of Russia. NATO is defensive by its very nature—if you attack us, you attack us all—and it is a defensive alliance; it is not offensive. There are no NATO bases in Ukraine, which is also alleged. The United Kingdom will work with whoever wants to work with us and shares our values. We will not be deterred by bullying, and we will not be deterred by distance. We shall step up and help...

Antisemitism: Bristol University (6 Jan 2022)

Christian Wakeford: ...and encourages hatred of Muslims and of Islam. The PowerPoint presentation he used included mainstream UK Jewish organisations and leaders in that diagram, implying that they were part of an alleged Islamophobic network. One Jewish student present put it like this: “As a Jewish student I felt uncomfortable and intimidated in his class. I know and understand what he says is false, it is...

Legislation: Skeleton Bills and Delegated Powers - Motion to Take Note (6 Jan 2022)

Lord Hodgson of Astley Abbotts: ...the enthusiasm from Her Majesty’s loyal Opposition, always with an eye on the future, may be only limited, and that tears may be shed but they will be crocodile tears. The killer blow is the allegation—the accusation—that this is an attempt by the unelected Lords to tell the elected Commons how to do their job better. It is not a fair accusation or allegation; this is about the...

Backbench Business: Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme — [Rushanara Ali in the Chair] (6 Jan 2022)

Jack Dromey: ...these constituents would hang on every word from the Home Office, because they wanted to bring their loved ones to safety, Departments seem to be engaged in briefing wars against one another. It is alleged that the promised 20,000 target for the scheme will be bodged, and there needs to be clarity on this going forward. The Government promised that under the resettlement scheme they would...

Business of the House (6 Jan 2022)

Emma Lewell-Buck: My constituents and many others have been incorrectly subjected to large fines, have incurred debt and are being chased by bailiffs for alleged non-payment of the toll at our Tyne tunnel since it changed to an open-road system. Last year I wrote to the Secretary of State for Transport and was advised that these problems had nothing at all to do with the Government, yet some of these issues...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Question (6 Jan 2022)

Chris Philp: ...of Football Index’s operator, BetIndex. It has also referred it to the Insolvency Service to consider whether directors breached fraud or insolvency laws. The Insolvency Service investigates allegations of Directors misconduct and they can conduct criminal investigations against those suspected of committing criminal offences. Senior members of the company have also surrendered their...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Dial-a-Ride: Dial-a-Ride (6 Jan 2022)

Keith Prince: .... One of my constituents who wanted to go to the local pantomime tried to book a trip home at 9pm but was told that the latest that they could book the trip home - this is in spite of the service allegedly going on until 10pm - was 8.30pm.  The reason for that is that if they were to pick the customer up at 9pm, that would be too late for the driver to get back to the yard by 10pm. You...

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Topical Questions (6 Jan 2022)

Chris Philp: ...has revoked the licence of the Football Index’s operator. The individuals have surrendered their personal licences. The matter has been referred to the Insolvency Service, which is investigating allegations of directors’ misconduct. It has the power to conduct criminal investigations and criminal prosecutions, including for fraud if appropriate. On the broader question of compensation,...

Attorney General: Criminal Justice System: Disclosure between Parties (6 Jan 2022)

Alex Chalk: The hon. Lady is absolutely right. It is incredibly important that when complainants are brave enough to make these allegations, they are not then subject to intrusive, unnecessary and disproportionate disclosure inquiries. Getting that balance right is extremely difficult. There is clear guidance in the Attorney General’s guidelines, and the case of Bater-James and Sultan Mohammed is there...

Covid-19: Award of Contracts (5 Jan 2022)

Neale Hanvey: ...the early stages of the covid-19 outbreak. As a result, I submitted written questions to the Secretary of State asking which companies had been awarded contracts after being introduced through the alleged high priority lane. The response from Government asserted: “The cross-Government PPE team considered that leads referred by Government officials, Ministerial private offices,...

Historical Allegations of Sexual Abuse (5 Jan 2022)

Stephen Timms: I beg to move, That this House has considered historical allegations of sexual abuse and the justice system. I am glad to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Betts, and I am grateful to Mr Speaker for selecting this debate. I want to raise issues highlighted by one of my constituents, who I will call Sharifa. In 2003, when Sharifa was 15, her father sent her to the UK to escape political...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Afghanistan: Homicide (5 Jan 2022)

James Cleverly: We are closely tracking allegations that the Taliban have engaged in the targeted killing of former members of the Afghan security forces. On 5 December, the UK, along with the EU and 20 countries, joined a US-led statement condemning the alleged killings and calling on the Taliban to honour their commitment to offer amnesty to former security forces and government officials. In our contacts...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: 10 Downing Street (5 Jan 2022)

Fleur Anderson: To ask the Prime Minister, if (a) he or (b) Number 10 officials will meet with the Metropolitan Police to facilitate a police investigation into allegations of gatherings in Number 10 offices during December 2020.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Palestinians: Terrorism (29 Dec 2021)

Robert Largan: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, what recent discussions she has had with her (a) EU and (b) US counterparts on the Palestinian Authority's alleged payment of monthly salaries to convicted Palestinian terrorists.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: 10 Downing Street (23 Dec 2021)

Rachel Hopkins: ...the Cabinet Secretary will be provided access to (a) CCTV, (b) electronic entry, (c) email, (d) phone, (e) diary, (f) invitation and (g) WhatsApp records for purposes of his investigation into alleged events within Government properties during the covid-19 outbreak.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Cabinet Office: Buildings (23 Dec 2021)

Michael Ellis: ...were expected to work from home and undertake meetings remotely wherever possible. The Cabinet Office's investigations, led by the Second Permanent Secretary, will establish the facts surrounding allegations made of a gathering in No10 Downing Street on 27 November 2020 and on 18 December 2020. Where there are credible allegations relating to other gatherings, these may also be investigated.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Iraq: Turkey (23 Dec 2021)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: The United Kingdom opposes the use of chemical weapons in all circumstances. We take seriously any credible evidence of the use of chemical weapons. We monitor closely allegations of chemical weapons use in northern Iraq. These remain unsubstantiated. Evidence of chemical weapons use should be provided through appropriate channels to the Technical Secretariat Organisation for the Prohibition...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Yemen: Humanitarian Situation (21 Dec 2021)

David Mundell: ...have a negative effect on the ability of Yemen’s private sector to provide humanitarian aid; and if her officials will take steps to help ensure that no unsubstantiated assertions or erroneous allegations are published in the forthcoming Panel of Experts report.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: India: Detainees (21 Dec 2021)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: ensure domestic laws are in line with international standards and to cooperate with UN human rights officials and all mechanisms of the Human Rights Council. Our position is clear, that any allegation of human rights abuse is deeply concerning and must be investigated thoroughly, promptly and transparently. We engage with India on a range of human rights matters, and we raise our...

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