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Damages (15 Jun 2020)

Peter Kyle: ...coalition Government. As recently as 2017, reports have urged change. It should therefore be a source of regret to Members across the House that it took the efforts of a grieving partner, via the courts, to spur the action that we see today. Jakki Smith, an NHS worker, and John Bulloch, her prison governor partner, were in a relationship for 16 years before tragedy struck. After a fairly...

Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill (24 May 2022)

Peter Kyle: ...troubles, and I apologise to the House for getting a zero in the wrong place. The Belfast/Good Friday agreement sets out that “we must never forget those that have died or been injured and their families”. In truth, though, victims and their families were left without a clear path to address their personal tragedies through the peace process. The Good Friday agreement was a staggering...

Public Bill Committee: Domestic Abuse Bill: Prohibition of cross-examination in person in family proceedings (11 Jun 2020)

Peter Kyle: ...new, more fruitful aspects of life, which she was prevented from doing before. One of the aspects I experienced very soon after the process of supporting her began was the experience of the family court. I could not believe what I heard when she came to see me after some hearings in the family court, where she was made to share the space of the person she had fled. Having seen her on the...

Public Bill Committee: Domestic Abuse Bill: Appointment of Commissioner (9 Jun 2020)

Peter Kyle: ...insight and wisdom that many Members will bring to this area. We have already benefited from the hon. Member for Cities of London and Westminster with her experience on CAFCASS, the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service, and, ever since I realised that the hon. Member for Hertford and Stortford was on the Committee, seeing her background, I have genuinely been looking...

Backbench Business: Timpson Review of School Exclusion — [Graham Stringer in the Chair] (16 Sep 2021)

Peter Kyle: ...in schools. As the hon. Lady pointed out, most schools successfully support students to make the right decisions on behaviour, learning and delivering outcomes that are successful for them, their families and our community. We should be entirely grateful for that. However, today’s debate focuses on the areas where we do not succeed, and we need to do much better overall. Most teachers do...


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