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United Kingdom: The Union - Motion to Take Note (23 Jun 2022)

the Bishop of Blackburn: My Lords, I am grateful to the noble Lord, Lord Lisvane, for this opportunity to make a brief contribution to this debate on our union, although I have learned a new meaning of the word “brief” while I have been in your Lordships’ House: it does not always mean “short”. I am sorry if I disappoint the hopes of the noble Lord, Lord Strathclyde, about my valedictory speech. My time in...

Public Bill Committee: Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: Examination of Witnesses (23 Jun 2022)

Jonathan Owen: It would be great if we could make it easier to set up local structures that are equivalent to parish and town councils. I would love to change the name to “community councils,” which would help to dissociate the sector from the connotations of the word “parish” and enable them better to reflect urban communities. Slimming down some of the legislation would make it...

Antisemitism and Other Racism in Football (22 Jun 2022)

Christian Wakeford: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairship, Mr Stringer, both as a neighbour and an MP covering a large and proud Jewish community. Women and men, girls and boys, northern and southern, blue and red, and religious and non-religious meet arm in arm and stand side by side at our football stadiums, supporting their beloved teams. Communities come together to passionately rally behind their...

World Press Freedom Day — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] (21 Jun 2022)

John Whittingdale: I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Folkestone and Hythe (Damian Collins) on securing the debate, on the second attempt, after Prorogation got in the way last time. As he said, we had this debate last year, when a great number of concerns were expressed. Since then, the freedom and safety of journalists have deteriorated markedly. The World Press Freedom Day global conference this...

Public Bill Committee: Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: Examination of Witness (21 Jun 2022)

Professor Dame Ottoline Leyser: Absolutely. Research and development has an important role to play in the levelling-up agenda, in the context of economic regeneration right across the country. What we see at the moment is huge disparity in all kinds of measures, but one of them is total factor productivity across the UK, and R&D-intensive business and industry are critical to generating...

Grenfell Tower: Fifth Anniversary (16 Jun 2022)

Margaret Ferrier: I congratulate the hon. Member for Leeds East (Richard Burgon) on securing today’s debate and on circulating the briefings to help ensure that Members were well prepared to speak. Tuesday marked five years since the tragedy at Grenfell Tower, and I want, first and foremost, to pay tribute to the 72 people whose lives were lost—men, women and children who were taken from their family,...

International Trade: Topical Questions (16 Jun 2022)

Peter Aldous: As the UK decarbonises our economy to deliver net zero, it is vital that a carbon border adjustment mechanism is implemented to prevent carbon leakage to other parts of the world, to ensure that our own domestic producers are not undercut and to create jobs. Will my right hon. Friend provide an update on the Government’s work to deliver the mechanism, particularly with regard to...

Migration and Economic Development Partnership with Rwanda - Statement (15 Jun 2022)

Lord Coaker: My Lords, I thank the Minister for repeating the Statement. However, I am afraid that the Statement, and the words of the Home Secretary in the House of Commons earlier today, failed to answer any of the serious questions about this shocking policy. The Home Secretary refused to give any transparency at all to the taxpayer or Parliament around how much taxpayers’ money is being spent. She...

Migration and Economic Development Partnership with Rwanda (15 Jun 2022)

Stuart McDonald: My party continues to deplore this unworkable, illegal and immoral policy. It does nothing to stop smugglers and it inflicts serious harm on victims, despite the Home Secretary’s cloud cuckoo land description of it. We wholeheartedly welcome the cancellation of this flight, and we condemn the reckless approach that the Home Secretary has taken to taxpayers’ money and, more importantly, to...

Future Hydrogen Economy (14 Jun 2022)

Greg Hands: .... That is one reason why we are following the cluster approach, to make sure that those hard to decarbonise industry sectors are close to those clusters. I will group my response to the two contributions from the HyNet group— the hon. Member for City of Chester (Christian Matheson) and my hon. Friend the Member for Warrington South (Andy Carter)—if I may call them that. The hon....

New Wealth Taxes — [Sir Edward Leigh in the Chair] (14 Jun 2022)

Claire Hanna: ...of poverty and wealth inequality. Wealth inequality is one of the most defining issues of our time and, like other seismic challenges, such as climate change, it will only be addressed by concerted, co-ordinated and internationalised action. It is being driven, first, by failures in the tax system to levy tax, and secondly, by evasion and avoidance, which is not just about short-changing...

Public Bill Committee: Public Order Bill: Clause 3 - Obstruction etc of major transport works (14 Jun 2022)

Sarah Jones: Clause 3 introduces a new offence of obstructing the construction or maintenance of any major transport works. That would include if a person obstructs a construction worker “in setting out the lines of any major transport works”, or “taking any steps that are reasonably necessary for…facilitating, or in connection with, the construction or maintenance of any major transport works”....

Inshore Fishing Fleet — [Sir Charles Walker in the Chair] (14 Jun 2022)

Anthony Mangnall: I beg to move, That this House has considered the Inshore Fishing Fleet. It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Sir Charles. I should declare my interest as treasurer of the all-party parliamentary group on shellfish aquaculture and point the House towards my entry in the Register of Members’ Financial Interests. There can be no more picturesque sight than that of our fishermen...

Asylum Seekers: Removal to Rwanda (13 Jun 2022)

Tom Pursglove: ...think we will be waiting for a long time to get that, if at all. The right hon. Lady raised a number of points. First, she claimed the policy is both unworkable and extortionate; it is difficult to comprehend it being possible for it to be both of those things at once. [Interruption.] Well, I am convinced that this policy is going to work and will make a difference, shutting down the evil...

Written Answers — Home Office: Retail Trade: Crimes of Violence (13 Jun 2022)

Kit Malthouse: ...organisations and enforcement partners via the National Retail Crime Steering Group (NRCSG) to ensure the response to crimes affecting the retail sector is as robust as it can be. The NRCSG is co-chaired by Tom Ironside, Director of Business & Regulation at the British Retail Consortium and me. This is an important forum to discuss crime issues experienced by retailers and to work together...

Ofwat: Strategic Priorities (9 Jun 2022)

Felicity Buchan: Flooding is one of the most significant issues in my central London constituency. I want Ofwat to take a much more proactive and forceful role in holding the water companies to account to prevent flooding. We will never be able to completely get rid of the risk of flooding, but we need to do a lot more to minimise the risk. Let me put the situation into context: on 12 July last year, my...

Travel Disruption at UK Airports and Ferry Ports - Question for Short Debate (9 Jun 2022)

Lord Tunnicliffe: ...-class businesses, as well as ruining holidays. Sadly, this disruption was not inevitable. Ministers should have prepared months ago, working with the industry representatives to put together a co-ordinated plan. It is now eight months since the Government appointed a logistics task force to manage the supply chain crisis causing chaos at Dover, but Ministers have since admitted that this...

Backbench Business: Menopause — [Mr Laurence Robertson in the Chair] (9 Jun 2022)

Claire Hanna: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Robertson, and I offer my warmest commendations and congratulations to the hon. Member for Swansea East (Carolyn Harris), who has done such a magnificent job of raising awareness and understanding of the menopause. She has ensured that many women feel heard and understood, but crucially has also galvanised change—information, services,...

Ukraine: Defence Relationships - Motion to Take Note (9 Jun 2022)

Lord Goldsmith of Richmond Park: My Lords, I thank the noble Lord, Lord Liddle, for tabling this important debate. I am grateful to all noble Lords for their insightful contributions, which go to the heart of our country’s role in the world at this turning point in European history. I will try to respond to all the points raised, but there were a lot, and if I miss any, I will follow up in writing. Putin’s unprovoked,...

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill (8 Jun 2022)

Liam Byrne: I think that what unites us across the House is an ambition to avoid the postcode where someone is born defining their possibilities in life. I think that that is something we share, but it is the reality for too many of the people we represent. We now live in a country where it takes five generations for the heirs of someone born in the lowest income group to rise up and even earn national...


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