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Scottish Parliament: Human Rights (10 Dec 2013)

Sandra White: I thank Jenny Marra for taking an intervention. I know of her interest in the subject. When I was a member of the Equal Opportunities Committee we inquired into the matter of female genital mutilation and we went out and visited groups of women. Jenny Marra said that 3,000 women in Scotland are either in danger of going through or have gone through that horrific treatment. When members of the...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Special Advisers: Code of Conduct ( 9 Jun 2011)

Caroline Flint: ...for Communities and Local Government (1) with reference to the letter from the Cabinet Secretary to the right hon. Member for Don Valley of 10 May 2011, what the basis was for the investigation into allegations relating to comments made regarding Jenny Watson; (2) whether he was involved in the investigation into alleged comments regarding Jenny Watson made by a member of his...

Scottish Parliament: Youth Unemployment ( 1 Dec 2011)

Mark McDonald: extremely important issue. When I was at school, teachers used to bend over backwards to encourage students to stay on beyond fourth year and go on to fifth and sixth year. However, according to Jenny Marra, it is bad that the numbers who are staying on for fifth and sixth year are now rising. To be honest, I do not think that there is any statistic in the world that she could not turn...

Scottish Parliament: Island Communities (Connectivity) ( 2 Feb 2022)

Jenny Gilruth: Jenny Minto is absolutely correct. We need to ensure that communities’ views on ferry services input into decision making. I know that there are a number of existing opportunities for feedback and consultation on services, including twice-yearly consultations by CalMac Ferries on timetable changes and regular engagement by Transport Scotland with local elected members, including through...

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (20 Jan 2015)

Home Affairs: Independent panel inquiry into child sexual abuse. 3:30 pm; The Grimond Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: Drusilla Sharpling CBE, Member, Independent Panel Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, Professor Jenny Pearce OBE, Member, Independent Panel Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, Sharon Evans, Member, Independent Panel Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse and Professor Alexis Jay OBE, Expert Advisor, Independent Panel Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Maternity Services (30 Mar 2010)

Norman Lamb: The Government have made repeated commitments about choice for all women in childbirth. Jenny and Hadleigh Farrer of Norwich, however, who specifically wanted a home birth were told when Jenny went into labour that no midwives were available between 10 pm and 8 am the following morning. She gave birth at home without a midwife in attendance. Does not this case and many others expose the sad...

Scottish Parliament: Women’s Right to Vote (Centenary) ( 6 Feb 2018)

Willie Rennie: Listening to the excellent speech by Jenny Gilruth, it would be too easy to think that women being denied the vote is of a different age. However, even though the events that we are talking about were 100 years ago, the era when women did not have the vote is still of the current world. Everyone has been talking about their grannies this afternoon, and I am going to do so, too. My granny,...

Scottish Parliament: Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Scotland) Act 2015 ( 3 Oct 2019)

Nicola Sturgeon: I will write to Jenny Marra on that point. I will give her a full answer on why that provision has not been commenced so far and the timescale for bringing it into force. It is an important issue. More generally, I commend and pay tribute to the work of the Scottish guardianship service. A couple of weeks ago, I visited young people who are under the care and support of that service, and I...

Scottish Parliament: Burntisland Fabrications (22 Nov 2017)

Keith Brown: ...that the Scottish Government can provide. However, we do not want to do that in the kind of crisis environment in which we had to operate last week. I think that the company was about to go into administration on three occasions. I phoned it twice to postpone that so that we could get time and space to work. That is not ideal. The point underlying Jenny Gilruth’s question is: what can we...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Human Rights (24 Nov 1997)

Ms Jenny Jones: ...thank my right hon. Friend for his welcome reply. May I clarify with him the position of British citizens who are already bringing cases to the Strasbourg Court and are thereby locking themselves into a lengthy and expensive procedure? Will British citizens be able to transfer their cases into the British legal system when the incorporation of the European convention on human rights into...

Scottish Parliament: Historic Buildings and Landmarks (Dundee) ( 9 Oct 2019)

Ben Macpherson: ...Scottish Government. The organisation’s priorities for the support that it offers for the presentation of historic buildings such as Camperdown house is an operational matter for it. I encourage Jenny Marra to contact the organisation directly through the chief executive’s office. I would be happy to be copied into that correspondence, along with the cabinet secretary, so that we can...

Public Bill Committee: International Development Bill [Lords]: Clause 1 - Development assistance (22 Nov 2001)

Dr Jenny Tonge: We all agree that we do not want anyone to be coerced into abortion or sterilisation. I hope that we also agree that women should not be coerced into keeping an unwanted pregnancy and men should not be coerced into not using condoms that would prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and further pregnancies. We must remember the other side of the coin. I have seen many examples of coercion the other way.

Scottish Parliament: Edinburgh Agreement (18 Feb 2014)

Nicola Sturgeon: I will be charitable to Jenny Marra. First, I welcome the fact that she accepted that Scotland is going to vote yes. That is great progress in the debate. Secondly, I reiterate the point that I have made repeatedly, just in case she did not quite catch it in previous answers: Scotland, as an independent country, will use the pound. We are making progress on two points. If Jenny Marra—who,...

Written Answers — Transport: Aircraft Noise (15 Dec 2003)

Dr Jenny Tonge: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what action his Department is taking to reduce the level of noise pollution caused by (a) aircraft flying into and out of Heathrow airport (b) surface access routes into and out of Heathrow airport; and whether these measures would be affected by a further runway.

Scottish Parliament: Women’s Employment ( 6 Aug 2014)

Jenny Marra: If the cabinet secretary is so keen on getting women in Scotland back into work, why has her Government presided over 80,000 fewer women getting into college since it took power in 2007?

Scottish Parliament: Crohn’s Disease and Colitis ( 5 Oct 2016)

Aileen Campbell: Absolutely. I think that all members in the chamber are united in congratulating Jenny Cook on that fantastic work. I am aware of the outstanding fundraising work that she has carried out to help to improve the lives of fellow suffers of ulcerative colitis. Given my previous role as Minister for Children and Young People, I am well aware of the enormous effort that our fantastic young people...

Scottish Parliament: Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Scotland) Bill ( 1 Oct 2015)

Malcolm Chisholm: As Jenny Marra said, today is a proud day for the Scottish Parliament and it has been four years in the making. However, as she reminded us, it is merely the first step in the fight against human trafficking. What happens from now on will determine how successful the bill is. There are many people to thank. I congratulate the Government; the committee; the cross-party group on human...

Nationality and Borders Bill - Committee (5th Day) (Continued): Amendment 174 (10 Feb 2022)

Baroness Lister of Burtersett: ...of what should be their rights as workers. It leaves them more vulnerable to these infringements, not less. Kalayaan has given me a recent case study that exemplifies the problem. I will go into some detail because it makes the case rather well. Jenny—not her real name—is from the Philippines. She comes from a poor family but, having won a scholarship to train as a teacher, she was...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (17 May 2000)

Ms Jenny Jones: Like many other Members, from time to time I have to explain to my constituents why their close relatives have not been allowed into this country to attend weddings and funerals. Does my right hon. Friend agree that my task will be made more difficult if Mike Tyson, who has been convicted of a serious criminal offence, is allowed into the country for purely commercial gain?

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Short Sentences ( 9 Jul 2019)

Jenny Chapman: When the Secretary of State decided to bring back 80% of community rehabilitation company activity into the National Probation Service that was welcome news, and I thank him for that, but he has left the community payback and accredited programmes in a different place. If he does not intend to bring that back into the core service, too, will he at least commit to having it commissioned as...

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