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Holocaust Memorial Day (26 Jan 2023)

Alex Norris: ...opportunities for all our children there. She was a loved part of our community. She passed away last March. I associate myself with the remarks from my hon. Friend the Member for Putney (Fleur Anderson), and the hon. Members for Worthing West (Sir Peter Bottomley) and for Worcester (Mr Walker), about the work of the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust and the Holocaust Educational Trust. I hope...

International Holocaust Memorial Day - Motion to Take Note (19 Jan 2023)

Lord Pickles: ...thought out and it comes from the heart, and that has been very clear today. It also says a lot about people as individuals and what is important to them. I do not want to sound too soppy, but I feel that I have got to know people a little bit better today. It is particularly effective when we talk about the impact on our families, as shown in the speeches of the noble Lord, Lord...

International Holocaust Memorial Day - Motion to Take Note (19 Jan 2023)

Lord Pickles: ...thought out and it comes from the heart, and that has been very clear today. It also says a lot about people as individuals and what is important to them. I do not want to sound too soppy, but I feel that I have got to know people a little bit better today. It is particularly effective when we talk about the impact on our families, as shown in the speeches of the noble Lord, Lord...

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill - Second Reading (17 Jan 2023)

Baroness Hayman of Ullock: My Lords, this has been an excellent debate. I congratulate my noble friend Lady Anderson of Stoke-on-Trent and the noble Lord, Lord Jackson of Peterborough, on their excellent maiden speeches. We very much look forward to their future contributions. At the beginning of the debate, the Minister admitted that the measures in the Bill could seem rather eclectic. I think that our debate has...

National Security Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 82 (16 Jan 2023)

Lord Sharpe of Epsom: ..., Lady Hayter, and others from other political parties, as she wishes. As soon as the reply to her letter is written, I will circulate it. I assure the Committee that I have heard the strength of feeling on this issue and the calls to remove the political influence tier completely. I will be taking this back to the department to agree the next steps required to address these concerns ahead...

Iran (12 Jan 2023)

Leo Docherty: ...present. Hers was a good question. Of course, we have huge leverage. The fact that Iran has a crippled economy and is a pariah state is due to the activities of the regime, and Iran really does feel that. The possibility of it being welcomed back with an expanded economy and normalised relations is indeed huge leverage, so we must be confident in our ability to effect an outcome for the...

National Security Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 63A (11 Jan 2023)

Lord Judge: My Lords, I apologise for not being present at Second Reading; I was doing other business in the House. I feel particularly humbled, because if my noble friend Lord Carlile thinks that he was the junior to my noble friend Lord Anderson and therefore was short, I have reverted to something I have not been since 1964: a pupil. Pupils are allowed to take notes, but they are not allowed to say...

M1: Junction 28 (11 Jan 2023)

Mark Fletcher: ...chairmanship, Ms McVey, and I hope that today’s discussion is suitably blue-collar for you. I am absolutely delighted to be joined by my neighbours, my hon. Friends the Members for Ashfield (Lee Anderson) and for Amber Valley (Nigel Mills). I send the apologies of my hon. Friend the Member for Mansfield (Ben Bradley), who is unfortunately unable to be in Westminster Hall today. However,...

House of Lords Reform — [Sir Gary Streeter in the Chair] (10 Jan 2023)

Fleur Anderson: ...privilege of power been used and abused for personal gain so much and so frequently. The mantra of “It’s one rule for them and another for us” is said far too frequently; people should not feel like that about their elected bodies, and the Lords is a prime example. Take the former Prime Minister, the right hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (Boris Johnson). He recommended 87...

National Security Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 37A (21 Dec 2022)

Lord Anderson of Ipswich: ...report to which he referred, which was co-authored by the current Security Minister— “is a specific crime against society and one that deserves punishment.” I entirely understand that feeling, but betrayal is a regrettable fact of life, and one which we do not consider deserves special punishment in other contexts. The child who kills his parents betrays the family bond, but...

Cabinet Manual: Revision (Constitution Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (16 Dec 2022)

Lord Wallace of Saltaire: ...some of the chaotic and convention-bucking behaviour of the Government, which I suppose he felt he had to do. I also welcome him back to constitutional conservativism, and I am sure that he will feel much more comfortable in that position. The UK is a parliamentary democracy, as the Cabinet Manual sets out. It is not a populist democracy in which the Prime Minister owes his accountability...

Public Order Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 128 (13 Dec 2022)

Baroness Chakrabarti: ...gravity of the threat, you will catch behaviour without proper criminal due process and then prosecute people for the breach. Although we do not always agree, I must commend the noble Lord, Lord Anderson of Ipswich, in particular on a devastating critique of this use of copy and paste in my former department. Computers are wonderful things—until they are not. I will not labour the point,...

Public Bill Committee: Employment Relations (Flexible Working) Bill: Clause 1 - Flexible working (7 Dec 2022)

Fleur Anderson: ...down and we have the data very clearly and know that this change of legislation is feeding through to a change of working practice. Finally, I ask gently when the employment Bill will be seen; I feel that this measure is a taster of what the employment Bill could bring. The employment Bill has been promised for a long time, but we have yet to see it. Can the Minister say whether there are...

National Security Bill - Second Reading (6 Dec 2022)

Lord Carlile of Berriew: ...have been exemplary in those discussions: not venturing opinions but giving options we can discuss, to the benefit of the Committee stage, when we come to it. I know that my noble friend Lord Anderson of Ipswich shares that view. Unfortunately, as has been said, he is absent today as he is doing public duty in another part of the British Isles, but I am sure that his absence will be...

Backbench Business: International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women — [Julie Elliott in the Chair] (1 Dec 2022)

Fleur Anderson: ...together in our local community, speaking out about something that we want to see an end to. Violence is at an all-time high, and convictions for rape are at an all-time low. Women and girls feel unable to report rape and violence against them. That must change, as well. We need to address the culture of misogyny, sexism and predation. I will highlight specific issues where Refuge is...

Justice: Topical Questions (22 Nov 2022)

Fleur Anderson: ...who say that that was because the courts have stipulated it. What is the Secretary of State doing to ensure that phones are not taken off rape survivors? They say that it compounds the abuse they feel. Evidence could be taken very quickly and returned to them. My constituent could not afford to buy another one.

Association of Jewish Ex-servicemen and Women: Remembrance Parade and Ceremony (18 Nov 2022)

Bob Blackman: ..., with the senior military Jewish chaplain in attendance and rabbis of other denominations also present. I am also pleased that parliamentarians have confirmed their attendance, including Baroness Anderson of Stoke-on-Trent, Baroness Henig of Lancaster, and Lord Sterling of Plaistow. I hope that through this debate, we will encourage more to attend and honour the veterans. Today,...

Public Order Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 2 (16 Nov 2022)

Baroness Blower: ...needed before it becomes serious and how these questions are meant to be determined by protesters and police officers on the ground—or even the courts.” At Second Reading, the noble Lord, Lord Anderson, made apt reference to both the Joint Committee report and the evidence to the other place from West Midlands Police, who called for “as much precision … as possible”—[ Official...

Public Order Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 1 (16 Nov 2022)

Lord Ponsonby of Shulbrede: ...of probabilities, may result in a conviction despite there being an element of doubt, and it is hard to see why a reverse burden is necessary or appropriate in this case. The noble Lord, Lord Anderson, gave the example of a bladed article and the reverse burden of proof in that context. It is of course a defence I am very familiar with as a sitting magistrate in London. It is of course...

Papers Relating to the Home Secretary (8 Nov 2022)

Matt Western: ...to follow the hon. Member for Aberconwy (Robin Millar). Trust is a really important value, and it something that I fear people listening and watching outside, and perhaps even people in here, feel is deserting this place, particularly after the last three years of what could be described as virtual mayhem, a certain amount of lawbreaking and a certain scandal. The new Prime Minister...


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