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Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Armed Forces: Sexual Offences (23 May 2022)

Dave Doogan: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, how many serving armed forces personnel have been (a) disciplined for sexual offences and (b) acquitted of alleged sexual offenses.

Written Answers — Northern Ireland Office: Terrorism: Northern Ireland (23 May 2022)

Lord Naseby: ...whether they intend to publish the details of the factors being considered in relation to the possible offering of amnesties as part of a proposed truth and reconciliation commission to deal with alleged crimes during the Northern Ireland troubles.

Questions to the Mayor of London — MPS Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship and Degree Holder Entry Programme (2): MPS Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship and Degree Holder Entry Programme (2) (23 May 2022)

Sadiq Khan: ...of them not only whilst in initial training, but throughout their careers within the MPS. This work has not only focused on recruits, but within the entire L&D command. To ensure oversight of all allegations of misconduct and drive proactive activities to ensure standards are maintained and improved, a monthly L&D Professional Standards Board chaired by the Commander L&D with...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Fraud (20 May 2022)

Emily Thornberry: To ask the Attorney General, how many allegations of fraud have been reported to Serious Fraud Office in each of the last ten years.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Mali: Armed Conflict (20 May 2022)

James Cleverly: ...of the Wagner Group in Mali risks destabilising the wider region and undermining security for local populations. Following a CT operation carried out by the Malian Armed Forces in Moura, with the alleged involvement of Wagner Group, the Minister for Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, Vicky Ford, called for an urgent, transparent and impartial investigation to bring those responsible...

NATO and International Security (19 May 2022)

Ben Wallace: ...70 years, NATO has more than doubled in size to 30 members, but each is still bound by the common values of that founding treaty: freedom, democracy, human rights and the rule of law. Contrary to allegations that emanate from the Kremlin, people choose NATO; NATO does not choose them. Those founding principles have stood the test of time, while other authoritarian, oppressive regimes have...

Business of the House (19 May 2022)

Thangam Debbonaire: ...co-chairman of the Conservative party on 24 April asking why there had been no action at the time. She has received no reply. Can the Leader of the House please help? Can he also tell us why these allegations were not acted on in the first place? Have the Government contacted the child sexual abuse survivor Sammy Woodhouse to apologise for putting her on a panel with the former Member for...

Transport: Bus Services (19 May 2022)

Andrew Stephenson: ...Minister is buffooning back better rather than bussing back better. I am more than happy to raise that issue with my noble Friend the Buses Minister. We will certainly look into the details of that allegation, but at a time when public transport users are beset by strikes that the shadow Minister will never condemn, he should look in the mirror at his own party’s record on supplying...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Armed Forces: Sexual Offences (19 May 2022)

Stephanie Peacock: ...of State for Defence, what assessment his Department has made of the potential merits of routinely taking forensic evidence in military hospitals, where injuries were sustained as a result of alleged military sexual assault or rape.

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: RAF Honington: Sexual Offences (19 May 2022)

Stephanie Peacock: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what support was made available for those in the disbanded unit at RAF Honington following allegations of sexual abuse.

Scottish Parliament: State Aid Rules (19 May 2022)

Jamie Halcro Johnston: In recent weeks, a national newspaper reported sources alleging that the Scottish Government had been advised that its deal with the GFG group for the management of the Lochaber smelter could be in breach of state aid rules. Although the Scottish Government has asserted that the arrangements are not in breach of the rules, it has not addressed the core point on whether advice to that effect...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (6th Day) (18 May 2022)

Lord Campbell-Savours: ...is endorsed by Human Rights Watch, Freedom House, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, the US-funded Radio Free Europe, Amnesty International and the World Jewish Congress. His report details the scale of alleged Nazification of Ukrainian institutions, the sponsorship of violence, the role of the Azov Battalion with its roots in extremism, the persecution of Jews, Roma and LGBT groups, the...

Speaker’s Statement (18 May 2022)

Lindsay Hoyle: The House will know that a Member has been arrested in connection with an investigation into an allegation of very serious criminal offences. I understand that the Member has confirmed that he will not attend the House of Commons while an investigation is ongoing. I, the House of Commons Commission and the House Service take the safety of our staff and parliamentary community as a whole very...

Written Answers — Treasury: Taxation: Fraud (18 May 2022)

Lucy Frazer: ...to enable tax investigations, and where intelligence relates to Child Maintenance, HMRC review this for evidence of fraud. Where either HMRC or the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) receive an allegation of wrongdoing and it is pertinent to the other Department, this information will be securely disseminated to the Department for their ongoing action. This is a long-established...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (5th Day) (17 May 2022)

Baroness Blower: ...from within the profession. This is unsurprising when research by both the National Education Union and Birmingham University contradicts in stark terms the claims made by government of the alleged benefits of multi-academy trusts. I genuinely look forward to a detailed discussion with the Minister on this, as it is clearly a contested area. The ostensible reason offered some 12 years ago...

Kashmir: Human Rights - Question (17 May 2022)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: ...-administered Kashmir and Pakistan-administered Kashmir. The United Kingdom Government encourage all states to ensure that their domestic laws are in line with international standards. Indeed, any allegation of human rights abuse is deeply concerning and must be investigated thoroughly, promptly and transparently. I assure the noble Lord that we raise concerns with the Governments of both...

Northern Ireland Protocol (17 May 2022)

Richard Thomson: I thank the Foreign Secretary for advance sight of her statement. We have heard plenty about the alleged shortcomings of the protocol, but there should be acknowledgement of the Government’s role in negotiating it; that does not even seem to have reached the level of being limited and specific, from what we have heard today. Ultimately the problem this legislation purports to deal with is...

Northern Ireland Protocol (17 May 2022)

Richard Thomson: I thank the Foreign Secretary for advance sight of her statement. We have heard plenty about the alleged shortcomings of the protocol, but there should be acknowledgement of the Government’s role in negotiating it; that does not even seem to have reached the level of being limited and specific, from what we have heard today. Ultimately the problem this legislation purports to deal with is...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Armed Forces: Bullying (17 May 2022)

Leo Docherty: ...our people should not organise, participate in or be present at any form of initiation ceremony. Soliciting or coercing another person to undertake any such activity will also not be tolerated. Allegations concerning initiation ceremonies will be formally investigated, including by the Service Police if a crime is alleged to have been committed. If substantiated it may result in...

Written Answers — Treasury: Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: Fraud (17 May 2022)

Abena Oppong-Asare: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many allegations of fraud in the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme from whistleblowers HMRC has (a) received, (b) investigated and (c) concluded were fraudulent as of 12 May 2022.


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