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Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (30 Jun 2022)

Banks investigated and prosecuted for allegedly forging of customer signatures – Lord Sikka. Oral questions; 11:00 am

Upcoming Business – Commons: Westminster Hall (29 Jun 2022)

Non-disclosure agreements and alleged cases of sexual violence, bullying and harassment in universities – Layla Moran. Westminster Hall debate; 11:00 am

Northern Ireland Protocol Bill (27 Jun 2022)

Claire Hanna: ...truly about rights, the women of Northern Ireland, the LGBT community of Northern Ireland and the minority ethnic community of Northern Ireland would like a word. We have heard that it is about the alleged damage to our economy, when every credible business organisation in Northern Ireland is calling for the retention of the protocol. Business after business lauds the potential of dual...

Schools Bill [HL] - Committee (6th Day): Amendment 156 (27 Jun 2022)

Baroness Berridge: ..., is an issue that is beginning to be discussed more publicly. Many noble Lords spoke to the issue at Second Reading. While I know that my noble friend will not be able to comment on the recent alleged government leak to the media that some issues in the school estate pose a “threat to life”, there are a number of specific issues in the public domain. For example, reinforced autoclaved...

Written Answers — Home Office: Overseas Students: English Language (27 Jun 2022)

Kevin Foster: ...obtain the voice recording of their TOEIC test from ETS. We believe, in light of the Upper Tribunal’s findings, this to be fairest and most objective way in which an individual can challenge the allegation before them.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Bus Driver Behaviour: Bus Driver Behaviour (27 Jun 2022)

Caroline Pidgeon: Following an incident involving a bus driver allegedly reading a newspaper at the wheel of a double-decker bus on Regent Street on 9 March 2022, what specific actions have you taken to ensure that bus operators actively encourage and promote good behaviour amongst their drivers?

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Ukraine: Armed Conflict (24 Jun 2022)

James Cleverly: We welcome the decision of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor to open an investigation and to include allegations of sexual violence. We stand ready to provide the necessary technical assistance to the ICC to support successful convictions. In coordination with the ICC, The Attorney General led a scoping mission to the region from 8 - 11 May to identify options for further UK...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Middle East: Military Operations (24 Jun 2022)

Leo Docherty: ...unable to disclose the information at this time. In respect of Iraq, the MOD has previously disclosed that £19.66 million was paid in compensation to an early tranche of claims by Iraqi nationals alleging unlawful detention and mistreatment. Further similar claims and the claimants' legal costs are subject to a confidentiality undertaking and we are unable to disclose the information at...

Bill of Rights - Statement (23 Jun 2022)

Lord Ponsonby of Shulbrede: ...s failures to bring Worboys to justice and stop his attacks. A UK court held that, thanks to the Human Rights Act, the police are under a legal duty to take reasonable steps to investigate credible allegations of serious crime. The question for the Minister is: why does the Lord Chancellor want to remove these positive obligations that have been used by victims of crime to seek justice?...

Bill of Rights - Statement (23 Jun 2022)

Lord Ponsonby of Shulbrede: ...s failures to bring Worboys to justice and stop his attacks. A UK court held that, thanks to the Human Rights Act, the police are under a legal duty to take reasonable steps to investigate credible allegations of serious crime. The question for the Minister is: why does the Lord Chancellor want to remove these positive obligations that have been used by victims of crime to seek justice?...

Standards of Behaviour and Honesty in Political Life - Motion to Take Note (23 Jun 2022)

Lord True: ...on a couple of the most important, which some of your Lordships alluded to. The independent adviser’s role has been expanded to include a new ability to initiate investigations in relation to allegations where there has been a breach of the code. That is a significant change. Some say that the long-stop demur of the Prime Minister is unacceptable. I have given instances where that might...

Standards of Behaviour and Honesty in Political Life - Motion to Take Note (23 Jun 2022)

Lord True: ...on a couple of the most important, which some of your Lordships alluded to. The independent adviser’s role has been expanded to include a new ability to initiate investigations in relation to allegations where there has been a breach of the code. That is a significant change. Some say that the long-stop demur of the Prime Minister is unacceptable. I have given instances where that might...

Business of the House (23 Jun 2022)

Mark Spencer: ...vaccine roll-out in Europe, which is why the economy continues to grow. There was one question that I will address—there was one genuine question in all of that rant: what did I know about the allegation that the hon. Lady made about the Prime Minister’s wife. I can tell her and the House that I was the Government Chief Whip from the moment the Prime Minister became the Prime Minister....

Business of the House (23 Jun 2022)

Mark Spencer: ...vaccine roll-out in Europe, which is why the economy continues to grow. There was one question that I will address—there was one genuine question in all of that rant: what did I know about the allegation that the hon. Lady made about the Prime Minister’s wife. I can tell her and the House that I was the Government Chief Whip from the moment the Prime Minister became the Prime Minister....

Church Commissioners: Persecution of Christians Overseas (23 Jun 2022)

Andrew Selous: The murder of 50 Catholics in church this month in Ondo state in Nigeria and the ongoing murders for alleged blasphemy are a stark reminder of why the Church of England stands foursquare behind the implementation of the Bishop of Truro’s review.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Burglary: Remand in Custody (23 Jun 2022)

James Cartlidge: The number of prisoners who were held on untried remand for alleged burglary and the length of time those prisoners were held on remand, in each prison in England and Wales, as at 30 June in each of the last five years, is shown in the attached tables. When the court is making a remand decision, the Bail Act 1976 provides a presumption in favour of bail, recognising that a person should not...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Nigeria: Violence (23 Jun 2022)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: To ask Her Majesty's Government what representations they have made to the International Criminal Court (ICC) regarding alleged recent atrocities committed in Nigeria by jihadist groups and organisations targeting minorities; and what assistance they are providing to the ICC in proceeding with any formal investigations.

Scottish Parliament: Sexual Harassment (Support for Victims) (23 Jun 2022)

...have behaved inappropriately. As I said a moment ago, I went through some of the most difficult times of my whole time in politics because I was not prepared to have simply swept under the carpet allegations that had been made against somebody who had been very close to me. It is really important that we all face up to this. For my part, I will do so, and I encourage everybody else to do...

Scottish Parliament: Investigation of Complaints (Publication) (23 Jun 2022)

Anas Sarwar: I can only imagine Nicola Sturgeon’s response if the Tories were making the same defence of Priti Patel, in terms of her allegations, as she is making of the Scottish ministers in this Parliament. The Patrick Grady incident happened six years ago and only now is there talk of change. In those six years, Patrick Grady has been an SNP candidate twice, he has been promoted to chief whip and he...

Church Commissioners: Persecution of Christians Overseas (23 Jun 2022)

Andrew Selous: The murder of 50 Catholics in church this month in Ondo state in Nigeria and the ongoing murders for alleged blasphemy are a stark reminder of why the Church of England stands foursquare behind the implementation of the Bishop of Truro’s review.


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