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Integrated Activity Fund: Transparency (22 Oct 2020)

Alistair Carmichael: ...appreciating the progress they have made, we see other areas where progress still has to be made. I am always very conscious of the fact that in Britain the abolition of the death penalty and the legalisation of homosexuality both happened in the course of my life. Both date back to the 1960s, so we should engage and encourage, but we should be mindful of the fact that we have not always...

Transport: E-scooters (22 Oct 2020)

Rachel Maclean: ...support active travel and active transport, which is why we are trialling e-scooters and gathering the evidence. The evidence that we gather will inform the decisions that we make about whether to legalise e-scooters in the future. Until then, it is important to say that privately owned e-scooters should not be used on the public roads.

Persecution of Christians and Freedom of Religion or Belief — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] (21 Oct 2020)

Alexander Stafford: ...authority and puts Catholics in danger through its acquiescence to Beijing’s terms. I entreat this Government to work with the Vatican and the PRC to stop the oppression of Catholics, and to legalise the Church in that country. Set against that background, the Bishop of Truro’s review was welcome and timely, and the Government’s commitment to its recommendations will bring real...

Persecution of Christians and Freedom of Religion or Belief — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] (21 Oct 2020)

Alexander Stafford: ...authority and puts Catholics in danger through its acquiescence to Beijing’s terms. I entreat this Government to work with the Vatican and the PRC to stop the oppression of Catholics, and to legalise the Church in that country. Set against that background, the Bishop of Truro’s review was welcome and timely, and the Government’s commitment to its recommendations will bring real...

Rule of Law (7 Oct 2020)

Michael Ellis: ...known for upholding the rule of law have passed domestic legislation that ran contrary to their treaty obligations. For example, in 2018 the Canadian Government introduced domestic legislation to legalise cannabis. That was in breach of specific provisions of the existing treaty obligations under three United Nations narcotics conventions. The Canadian Government acknowledged the breach,...

Private International Law (Implementation of Agreements) Bill [Lords]: Text of the 2007 Lugano Convention (6 Oct 2020)

...so requires, a translation of the documents shall be produced. The translation shall be certified by a person qualified to do so in one of the States bound by this Convention. Article 56 No legalisation or other similar formality shall be required in respect of the documents referred to in Article 53 or Article 55(2), or in respect of a document appointing a representative ad litem. TITLE...

Covid-19: Transport Industry - Question (6 Oct 2020)

Lord Vaizey of Didcot: ...such innovations as e-scooters. Will she look at the myriad regulations in different boroughs across London, which are holding back the rollout of public e-scooters? Will she also look at legalising e-scooters for private use and removing pointless regulations such as requiring a driving licence in order to use any scooter?

Electric Scooter Trials and Traffic Signs (Coronavirus) Regulations and General Directions 2020 - Motion to Take Note (29 Sep 2020)

Lord Rosser: ..., be a view that a sudden increase in the number of trial schemes—schemes to which there is no limit—is an indication that the Government have privately decided to proceed with further legalisation of the use of e-scooters. If the Government still have an open mind, why, with just two weeks’ public consultation and no parliamentary scrutiny, would they suddenly and without limit...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Suicide: Euthanasia (28 Sep 2020)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: ...2017, (2) the study How does legalization of physician-assisted suicide affect rates of suicide?, published in the Southern Medical Journal in October 2015, and (3) the relationship between the legalisation of assisted suicide and the rate of suicide in the general population; and what plans they have to reflect the outcome of any such assessments in the suicide prevention strategy for...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Somalia: Female Genital Mutilation and Marriage (22 Sep 2020)

Baroness Sugg: ...from clerics and several members of the parliament who find the SOB to not be sufficiently sharia compliant. On 8 August 2020, a modified and regressive version of the SOB, which would for example legalise child marriage, was tabled by parliament. The bill is contentious and civil society, and other development partners are working to stop it from being passed by parliament. BE Mogadishu...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill: Clause 11 - Modifications in connection with the Northern Ireland Protocol (21 Sep 2020)

David Warburton: ...but I must say that I do not remember the same level of outrage bursting forth when Germany or France violated treaty obligations on deficit and debt levels, when Canada broke international law to legalise cannabis, or in the Kadi and Barakaat case, which my right hon. Friend the Member for Chingford and Woodford Green (Sir Iain Duncan Smith) mentioned, when the European Court of Justice...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Electric Scooters: Hire Services (21 Sep 2020)

Rachel Maclean: ...shift?to e-scooters from other forms of transport;?public perceptions around their use; and other identified impacts from their use. These will inform a decision on whether e-scooters should be legalised and what a suitable form of regulation for e-scooters would be.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Skywriting (17 Sep 2020)

Baroness Vere of Norbiton: The public consultation for the legalisation of skywriting and skytyping aerial activities took place between 16 and 29 March 2020. The consultation document was published online at GOV.UK and respondents could submit their views via email or post to the Department for Transport. The Department received a total of 93 responses from members of the public, trade bodies, registered companies,...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Electric Scooters: Safety (15 Sep 2020)

Baroness Vere of Norbiton: ...by e-scooters, the mode shift?to e-scooters from other forms of transport,?public perceptions around their use?and identify other impacts that should be considered for any?potential?future legalisation of e-scooters. Research with the local community will specifically seek to include vulnerable groups (including disabled people) to ensure that their views and experiences are understood.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Electric Scooters (4 Aug 2020)

Lord Russell of Liverpool: To ask Her Majesty's Government what plans they have to publish (1) the criteria that they will use to determine whether, and on what basis, they will legalise the use of e-scooters following the current trials, and (2) the specification for the data they have required local authorities to collect in association with those trials, to inform their decisions about whether and how to legalise...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Euthanasia (17 Jul 2020)

Alex Chalk: ...to the law in this area is a matter for Parliament to decide and an issue of conscience for individual Parliamentarians rather than one for Government policy. Parliament has not so far voted to legalise assisted suicide in any circumstances.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Epilepsy: Cannabis (17 Jul 2020)

Lord Bassam of Brighton: To ask Her Majesty's Government why there have been no new full extract cannabis oil prescriptions by the NHS since the medicinal use of the drug was legalised 18 months ago; and whether they will review current prescribing guidelines to enable its wider use for children with rare forms of treatment resistant epilepsy.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Electric Scooters (15 Jul 2020)

Lord Berkeley: To ask Her Majesty's Government why privately owned e-scooters have not been included in the trial of legalising selected rental e-scooters.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Marriage: Humanism (13 Jul 2020)

Hywel Williams: ...State for Justice, what recent progress has been made on granting legal recognition to humanist marriages; and whether he has made an assessment of the potential merits of enabling Senedd Cymru to legalise humanist marriages in Wales.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Electric Scooters (9 Jul 2020)

Rachel Maclean: ...by e-scooters, the mode shift to e-scooters from other forms of transport, public perceptions around their use and identify other impacts that should be considered for any potential future legalisation of e-scooters. From the evidence gathered during trials, the responses to the Future of Transport regulatory review call for evidence and other research, the Government will consider...


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