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Scottish Parliament: Covid-19 (Next Steps) (9 Jul 2020)

Jamie Greene: ...weeks since the Deputy First Minister announced that schools should plan to reopen fully on 11 August, but we already know that at least one council will not be opening its schools fully on that date. Why has no detailed guidance on how schools can open safely and fully been issued since that announcement? How many more councils might also not be opening their schools fully on 11 August?...

Departmental Spending (7 Jul 2020)

Kwasi Kwarteng: ...of Government strategy. I also reject those voices that say that somehow we are the laggards and the backward students. That is a completely wrong characterisation. I mentioned coal. Germany’s date to remove coal from its electricity power generation is 2038—a whole 14 years after this Government and this country will have left coal behind. We are leaders, not followers, in many of...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Department for Work and Pensions: Energy (6 Jul 2020)

Mims Davies: The Department for Work and Pensions recently submitted its annual Greening Government Commitments (GGC) return for 2019/20. Whilst we await final confirmation from DEFRA, the indication is that we have met our carbon targets for departmental buildings for 2019/20. COVID-19 has delayed confirmation of the post-2019/20 GGC targets. When these targets are received our view forward will be...

Transport: Local Sustainable Transport Plans (2 Jul 2020)

Rachel Maclean: I assure the hon. Gentleman that I completely share his desire to do things faster than they have been done to date. We have brought forward the e-scooter trials, which will see e-scooters being rolled out in Tees Valley and across the country to immediately harness the benefits of the green air that we are seeing as a result of the pandemic lockdown situation. A whole host of other measures...

Transport: Local Sustainable Transport Plans (2 Jul 2020)

Rachel Maclean: I assure the hon. Gentleman that I completely share his desire to do things faster than they have been done to date. We have brought forward the e-scooter trials, which will see e-scooters being rolled out in Tees Valley and across the country to immediately harness the benefits of the green air that we are seeing as a result of the pandemic lockdown situation. A whole host of other measures...

Finance Bill: New Clause 28 - Review of impact of Act on the environment (1 Jul 2020)

Andrea Leadsom: ...world in science and innovation, but creating an ideal platform for millions of new jobs. In particular, it is well known that young people—more than 70% of them—would prefer a career in the green sector. Perhaps the greatest UK success story to date is our pioneering efforts in renewable energy. The UK accounts for more than a third of the world’s deployed offshore wind, and...

Finance Bill: New Clause 28 - Review of impact of Act on the environment (1 Jul 2020)

Andrea Leadsom: ...world in science and innovation, but creating an ideal platform for millions of new jobs. In particular, it is well known that young people—more than 70% of them—would prefer a career in the green sector. Perhaps the greatest UK success story to date is our pioneering efforts in renewable energy. The UK accounts for more than a third of the world’s deployed offshore wind, and...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Smoking (1 Jul 2020)

Jo Churchill: The Government is committed to achieving a smokefree England by 2030. Plans to achieve this will be set out at a later date, and a response to the Prevention Green Paper will be published in due course.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Department for Work and Pensions: Carbon Emissions (1 Jul 2020)

Mims Davies: DWP has performed well in reducing its carbon emissions to date. DWP recently submitted its annual Greening Government Commitments (GGC) return for 2019/20. Whilst we await final confirmation from DEFRA, our analysis shows that we have exceeded our carbon targets for 2019/20. COVID-19 has delayed confirmation by DEFRA of the 2025 GGC targets. When these targets are received our view forward...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Environment Bill: Legislative Consent Motion (30 Jun 2020)

Edwin Poots: ...Bill. The LCM is something that we are bringing to you now that will ensure that the environmental protections that we currently have are not diminished. Therefore, not agreeing the LCM, as the Green Party suggests, would be foolhardy. It is like Emperor Nero fiddling while Rome burns. In this instance, whilst the Green Party fiddles, the environment burns. Some Members raised the idea of...

Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill: Duty to commission an independent evaluation: health and social care sectors (30 Jun 2020)

Andrew Mitchell: ...journey still ahead of it down to the other end of the Palace, where undoubtedly some of these issues will be prominent in the minds of their lordships. Like the hon. Member for Hornsey and Wood Green (Catherine West) I had the opportunity, courtesy of the Home Office, to visit Brook House. I went there following the “Panorama” programme, which led us to believe that the conditions...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Assembly Business: Conferral of Functions on the Northern Ireland Assembly Commission (30 Jun 2020)

Clare Bailey: ...have been very well made in this Chamber, but what I am hearing is an awful lot about having no trust and no faith in an independent financial review panel because the only one that we have had to date got it so wrong. Sometimes, the House gets it wrong. Sometimes people in the House get it wrong, yet we always have another chance to get it right. That should never stop us from ever trying...

Sentencing Bill [HL] - Second Reading (25 Jun 2020)

Baroness Bowles of Berkhamsted: ...1,500 pages is short. When we started scrutinising Brexit regulations, the Financial Services and Markets Act had far more pages than that. The Treasury admitted that it could not send us an up-to-date copy as it did not have one and did not know everything that was in it. When researching my response to the corporate governance Green Paper in 2016, I asked the Library for a print of the...

Covid-19: Support for UK Industries (25 Jun 2020)

Richard Thomson: ...(Anthony Browne) said, was put together at speed, and as we have heard, many significant gaps have been identified. On the furlough scheme, for example, I need not dwell on the pivotal date of 19 March, which has left far too many people reliant on the good will of former employers if they are to benefit from it. The self-employed support scheme, which was unveiled after this House had...

Public Bill Committee: Parliamentary Constituencies Bill: Reports of the Boundary Commissions (25 Jun 2020)

Chloe Smith: ...the final reports by the boundary commissions. First, the clause provides for the next boundary review to take place according to a slightly shortened timetable. The clause sets 1 July 2023 as the date by which the four boundary commissions must submit their final reports. That means that they will have two years and seven months from the review date—the formal start of a boundary...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Renewable Energy (25 Jun 2020)

Victoria Prentis: ...drive wind pumps. We also have 104 operational solar panels that directly power equipment such as remote cameras and sensors. We have taken the department to mean those entities covered by our greening Government commitments. However, we are waiting for responses from Kew and the Forestry Commission. Table 1: Year of installation Type Pre 2015-16 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18...

Public Bill Committee: Trade Bill: Implementation of international trade agreements (23 Jun 2020)

Fleur Anderson: ...of climate commitments. They could threaten to increase fossil fuel use, for example, which we explicitly decided not to do in declaring a climate emergency. They could also hinder the sharing of green technology. Trade agreements typically include national treatment for trade in gas, thereby locking in dependency on a fossil fuel with high greenhouse gas emissions, while incentivising...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statement: Green Growth Strategy and Delivery Framework (23 Jun 2020)

Edwin Poots: Apologies for not being in the Chamber at the very outset; it is tricky to get used to the new system. We are here to talk about the opportunities that exist for a new green growth strategy and delivery framework. It is hard to imagine circumstances that have had such a devastating global impact as those that we face. In recent months, the COVID-19 pandemic has dealt a swift and cruel blow,...

Public Bill Committee: Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill: Report on the status and social security entitlements of UK nationals in the EU member states (18 Jun 2020)

Kate Green: ...or by waiving that protection and opting to register as non-withdrawal agreement third-country nationals. In addition, the common format of the card evidencing withdrawal agreement rights, mandated by the Commission for UK nationals in the EU, fails to distinguish between permanent residence and ordinary residence. The conditions for lawful residence under EU law, which applies during the...

Public Bill Committee: Trade Bill: Implementation of the Agreement on Government Procurement (18 Jun 2020)

Fleur Anderson: ...by the judges to be legally fatal to the national policy statement. If we do not accept this amendment, we risk having a contradiction between our environmental agreements and our trade deals. To date, trade deals have been negotiated separately to climate agreements, but a joined-up policy would be far more effective for both. Not having a joined-up policy is a mistake, as current trade...


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