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Mr Alexander Jarvis

Former MP for King's Lynn (25 Aug 1886 – 28 Jun 1892)

Dan Jarvis

Labour MP for Barnsley Central ( 4 Mar 2011 – current)


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Licences and Licensing (22 May 2024)

Dan Jarvis: Thank you, Madam Deputy Speaker. Scotland fans, along with England fans, will be particularly looking forward to this summer’s tournament, and hopefully celebrating great success. We therefore welcome this statutory instrument to extend the licensing hours of premises by two hours, should a home nation reach the semi-finals or final of this summer’s Euros. Many will welcome this change to...

Prevention and Suppression of Terrorism (22 May 2024)

Thomas Tugendhat: Let me start with some of the points that the hon. Member for Glasgow Central (Alison Thewliss) made. I want to make it absolutely clear that incel violence is a form of extremism that draws on an ideology based on the hatred of women. It is completely unacceptable and, sadly, it has led to terrorism not just here but in other parts. It is utterly vile, and it is as serious and pernicious...

Political Violence and Disruption: Walney Report (22 May 2024)

Dan Jarvis: I thank the Minister for his statement and for providing advance sight of it. I join him in thanking Lord Walney for his work on this report. It is important to say from the outset that the Opposition absolutely respect the fundamental freedom to make legitimate, peaceful protest but, when that freedom is abused to intimidate, harass and harm others, safeguards must be put in place to protect...

Passport e-Gates Network Outage - Statement (13 May 2024)

Lord Browne of Ladyton: My Lords, I have an interest in this question. I do not think it is a declarable interest, but I have an interest to this extent: I was a Minister in the early 2000s when these gates were put in the first time. I was responsible, with my noble friend Lord Blunkett, who was the Home Secretary, for installing eGates. I think they have transformed the ability of people to go through our...

Miners and Mining Communities ( 9 May 2024)

Stephanie Peacock: I thank my hon. Friend the Member for Easington (Grahame Morris) for all his important work on this issue, and I thank him and the hon. Member for Leigh (James Grundy) for leading this important debate. It is a pleasure to follow the hon. Member for Sedgefield (Paul Howell). I will mention Channel 4, so I refer the House to my entry in the Register of Members’ Financial Interests. The...

Passport e-Gates Network Outage ( 8 May 2024)

Dan Jarvis: I thank the Minister for his statement and for advance sight of it. I join him in paying tribute to the staff who responded swiftly to resolve last night’s e-gate network outage, whose actions should be commended. It is also right to pay tribute, as he did, to the passengers who waited patiently for hours—some after very long flights. Our border security is not and should not be a...

Cyber-security — [Hannah Bardell in the Chair] ( 7 May 2024)

Thomas Tugendhat: It is a great pleasure to see you this evening, Ms Bardell—as ever, the surprise only adds to the joy—and to respond to the hon. Member for Preston (Sir Mark Hendrick), who is quite right to have secured this debate. The challenge that he talked about and the ways of addressing it are fundamental not just to his constituents and the National Cyber Force, which he rightly paid tribute to...

Illegal Immigration: Costs — [Graham Stringer in the Chair] ( 7 May 2024)

Andrea Jenkyns: I thank you, Mr Stringer, my hon. Friend the Minister, the shadow Minister, the hon. Member for Barnsley Central (Dan Jarvis), and the few MPs who took part. It is a shame for this important debate that more did not turn up. I thank the hon. Member for Strangford (Jim Shannon) for his contribution. He gave an important insight into how illegal immigration is affecting his constituents in...

Written Answers — Home Office: Cybercrime: Public Sector (30 Apr 2024)

Dan Jarvis: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, whether he has made an assessment of the potential merits of introducing a ban on public sector bodies paying a ransom to criminal groups in exchange for decryption.

Prevention and Suppression of Terrorism (24 Apr 2024)

Thomas Tugendhat: I welcome all the comments made, particularly by my hon. Friend the Member for Barnsley Central (Dan Jarvis). He has been a friend for many years and we have worked together on many different operations in many different parts of the world—although very few were quite as vile as this one, I am afraid; Terrorgram is a genuinely horrific organisation. He raised some interesting points about...

Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Topical Questions (22 Apr 2024)

Dan Jarvis: Given the proximity to the local and general elections, can Ministers give an assurance that the joint election security preparedness unit has all the resources it needs to do the job?

Afghan Refugees: Deportation from Pakistan (17 Apr 2024)

Dan Jarvis: It is possible—indeed, likely—that some of the Afghans in Pakistan are those whose ARAP applications are currently being reassessed by the Ministry of Defence. The outgoing Minister for the Armed Forces, the right hon. Member for Wells (James Heappey), from whom we heard just a moment ago, updated the House on this just recently, and I am due a response to a written question on the...

Investigatory Powers (Amendment)Bill [Lords]: Clause 14 - Powers to obtain communications data (25 Mar 2024)

Dan Jarvis: ...Benches support the Third Reading of this Bill. It is the first duty of every Government to keep their people safe. It is right that we take the opportunity to pay tribute to the exceptional men and women who serve in our police and security services, often in the shadows and often without recognition, working tirelessly to keep our country safe. We owe them all a debt of gratitude. We...

Investigatory Powers (Amendment)Bill [Lords]: New Clause 2 - Requirement for the Secretary of State to publish an annual report on technology-enabled serious and organised crime and technology-enabled threats to national security (25 Mar 2024)

“After section 234 of the Investigatory Powers Act 2016, insert— “234A Requirement for the Secretary of State to publish an annual report on technology-enabled serious and organised crime and technology-enabled threats to national security (1) The Secretary of State must publish a report on technology-assisted crime insofar as it relates to measures set out in this Act and the...

Investigatory Powers (Amendment)Bill [Lords]: New Clause 1 - Report on the Prime Minister’s engagement with the Intelligence and Security Committee (25 Mar 2024)

Angela Eagle: I can see that the Minister is looking pensive, so I hope that means he is thinking of some way to reassure us on this final, important point with respect to the triple lock and the widening of those powers to other Ministers who are not the Prime Minister. The whole debate around the Investigatory Powers (Amendment) Bill demonstrates that when threats evolve, the requirement to meet them...

Written Answers — Home Office: General Elections: Slovakia (21 Mar 2024)

Dan Jarvis: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, whether the Defending Democracy Taskforce has made an assessment of the prevalence of (a) misinformation and disinformation and (b) AI in the Slovakian general election.

Written Ministerial Statements — Department of Health and Social Care: Correction to Children and Young People Mental Health Early Support Hubs Statement (13 Mar 2024)

Lord Markham: ...correct a small error in the previous version, published on 27 February 2024. I wish to inform the House that the government has provided additional funding so that 24 Early Support Hubs across England are able to help children and young people receive quicker mental health support. The government is taking the long-term decisions needed to make our healthcare system faster, simpler and...

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers (Amendment) Bill [Lords]: Clause 27 - Bulk equipment interference: safeguards for confidential journalistic material etc ( 7 Mar 2024)

Dan Jarvis: ...as soon as reasonably practicable.” This amendment would require a senior official acting on behalf of the Secretary of State who has selected BEI material for examination when there has been an urgent need to do so to inform the Investigatory Powers Commissioner as soon as reasonably practicable.

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers (Amendment) Bill [Lords]: New Clause 2 ( 7 Mar 2024)

Dan Jarvis: I recognise that we have already had an extensive debate on this matter. I do not intend to detain the Committee any longer, and there is therefore nothing further I wish to say about new clause 2, so I do not wish to move it.

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers (Amendment) Bill [Lords]: Clause 22 - Interception and examination of communications: Members of Parliament etc ( 7 Mar 2024)

Dan Jarvis: I beg to move amendment 17, in clause 22, page 47, line 26, at end insert— “(2G) If a warrant is issued by an individual designated by the Prime Minister, the Prime Minister must be informed of that decision as soon as it is reasonably practical to do so.” This amendment would require the Prime Minister to be notified of a decision of a designated Secretary of State to authorise the...


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