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Home Office Visas for Ukrainians - Commons Urgent Question (10 Mar 2022)

Lord Porter of Spalding: ...the case for people to be able to come in without visas last week. As the Minister has already mentioned Salisbury, I am not sure, but I seem to think that I saw pictures of the people who were allegedly guilty of those offences, and they did have passports and visas. The visas were, therefore, not the security system that we would have hoped they would be, so I do not see why we are still...

Business of the House (10 Mar 2022)

Mark Spencer: ...that report’s findings, but we should also be enormously proud that the system we have in place holds people to account, and gives confidence to victims to come forward and confidence that their allegations or concerns will be addressed. Clearly, this is a topic that people want to talk about, and I encourage him to apply for an Adjournment debate or a Westminster Hall debate.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Russia: Ukraine (10 Mar 2022)

Dan Jarvis: ...for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, what steps her Department is taking to support (a) the Ukrainian Government, (b) NATO allies and (c) NGOs to preserve and collect evidence of alleged (i) war crimes and (ii) crimes against humanity to assist the International Criminal Court’s investigation in Ukraine.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Police officers who commit domestic violence offences: Police officers who commit domestic violence offences (10 Mar 2022)

Caroline Russell: Thank you for your answer to my question 2021/2757, in which you stated that from 2016-17 to 2020-21, there were 533 allegations made against Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) officers or staff, and that 28 MPS officers or staff have been subject to formal action within the same time period, with a further 74 cases that remain ongoing. Of the 74 cases that remained ongoing in July 2021, how...

Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Bill - Second Reading (9 Mar 2022)

Baroness O'Loan: ...Her Majesty’s Government whether they can assure the House that these provisions fully protect a person’s rights not to find themselves with a very large costs bill resulting from an unfounded allegation or action, so that those with legitimate funds to invest in the UK will not be deterred from so doing. In saying this, I do not in any way detract from the condemnation of what is...

Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Bill [HL] - Commons Amendments: Motion on Amendments 1 to 47 (9 Mar 2022)

Lord Mann: ...decision. But when one looks at the decision that it made, it was not making a foreign policy statement expressly; it was fiduciary duty, the council claimed. Did the council boycott Israel, or the alleged targets, the settlements—that was the original concept of the BDS campaign—but, having failed in that, then shift to Israel? No, it did not. It went to where things have now shifted...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Integrated Education Bill: Final Stage (9 Mar 2022)

Kellie Armstrong: ...stage, we have four sectors of education. Integrated education makes up 7% of the pupil population. It is a minority within the education system, just as the Irish-medium sector is. I have faced allegations of being sectarian and, by some principals, of being threatened to be excommunicated from the Church. I had people ask me not to return to Mass and had local people say to me that they...

Ukraine Update (9 Mar 2022)

Margaret Ferrier: I thank the Secretary of State for his statement, and for his excellent daily briefings. With Russia repeating false allegations that the US is supporting a Ukrainian military biological programme that would release deadly pathogens such as the plague and anthrax, what new steps are the MOD and other Government agencies taking to tackle the dissemination of such false information effectively?

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Department for Work and Pensions: Industrial Accidents (9 Mar 2022)

Chloe Smith: ...IPR is as follows: o a customer has suffered serious harm, has died (including by suicide), or where we have reason to believe there has been an attempted suicide. o AND there is a suggestion or allegation the Department’s actions or omissions may have negatively contributed to the customer’s circumstances. o OR the Department is asked to participate in a local authority-led...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Nigeria: Police (9 Mar 2022)

Vicky Ford: ...and have publicly reiterated the importance of transparency and accountability. We have also called for the transparent publication of all reports and stressed the importance of ensuring all alleged incidents of brutality by the security services are investigated fully, and the need for anyone found responsible to be held to account. We continue to call on the Nigerian police to uphold...

Written Answers — Home Office: Private Rented Housing: Sexual Offences (9 Mar 2022)

Rachel Maclean: ...52 offence of causing or inciting prostitution for gain and the section 53 offence of controlling prostitution for gain). In January 2021, the CPS authorised the first charge for ‘sex for rent’ allegations under section 52. The individual against whom these allegations were made pleaded guilty to two counts of inciting prostitution for gain earlier this year. Anyone making a report to...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Checks to prevent blacklisting: Checks to prevent blacklisting (9 Mar 2022)

Siân Berry: ...bus drivers who have been active in the trade union movement that they are being refused work by several bus companies in London, which raises fears that blacklists could be in operation. How many allegations of potential blacklisting are Transport for London (TfL) aware of, and what investigations or checks does it undertake to stop blacklisting by bus companies running TfL services?

Nationality and Borders Bill - Report (3rd Day): Amendment 72 (8 Mar 2022)

Baroness McIntosh of Pickering: ...courts. Furthermore, we note that any amounts charged under this clause for negligence are to be paid to the Consolidated Fund rather than to the client who may have suffered as a result of any alleged negligence. This appears to be a form of” backdoor “taxation rather than compensation for negligence.” Through these two small amendments, I would like to understand better the...

Rape and Sexual Violence (8 Mar 2022)

Matt Western: the hands of the Met police officer Wayne Couzens, we are reminded of it by the revelations at Charing Cross police station and others. Indeed, a Warwickshire police officer currently faces allegations of inappropriate contact with a domestic abuse victim. This matter needs to be treated with the urgency it deserves. It is unfathomable that the Government are preparing to close down the...

Points of Order (8 Mar 2022)

Chris Bryant: Further to that point of order, Mr Deputy Speaker. I was at the Foreign Affairs Committee yesterday when the Foreign Secretary made those allegations. She alleged that I had said things in the Third Reading debate on 1 May 2018. I did not take part in the debate on Third Reading in 2018, although in fact I did speak on that day, and if I say so myself it was a particularly fine...

Metropolitan Police: Misogyny and Sexual Harassment — [Judith Cummins in the Chair] (8 Mar 2022)

Maria Miller: ...police force is crucial. As the hon. Member for Richmond Park said, we are 12 months on from the murder of Sarah Everard, but over that time we have seen a series of enormously worrying and public allegations of systemic misogyny in the Met police area, and not only in relation to the murder of Sarah Everard. I echo the hon. Lady’s comment that the police officers involved in such...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Industrial Accidents: Public Bodies (8 Mar 2022)

Chloe Smith: all cases where:a customer has suffered serious harm, has died (including by suicide), or where we have reason to believe there has been an attempted suicideAND there is a suggestion or allegation that the Department’s actions or omissions may have negatively contributed to the customer’s circumstances.OR the Department is asked to participate in a local authority-led Safeguarding...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: DNACPR Decisions: Darlington (8 Mar 2022)

Maria Caulfield: ...DNACPR decisions should be raised with the health or care provider involved in the first instance. The Care Quality Commission continues to ensure providers understand their responsibilities should allegations of inappropriate application of DNACPR decisions be made, as well as raise cases with the relevant bodies as appropriate.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Mozambique: Human Rights (8 Mar 2022)

Vicky Ford: We regularly discuss the importance of human rights with the Government of Mozambique, and are clear that all allegations of human rights abuses and violations must be investigated, and those responsible brought to justice. We are supporting implementation of the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights in Mozambique, working with government, civil society and the private sector to...

Written Answers — Home Office: Coronavirus: Disease Control (8 Mar 2022)

Laurence Robertson: ...121681, on Coronavirus: Disease Control, what recent discussions she has had with the Crown Prosecution Service on their investigation into fines which were wrongly handed down to people for alleged breaches of covid-19 restrictions; and if she will make a statement.

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