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Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Executive Legislation Programme 2024 (11 Jun 2024)

Paula Bradshaw: ...am Chair of the Committee for the Executive Office, I speak in my capacity as an Alliance MLA. In that capacity, I endorse the legislative programme and will provide my party's initial response. I trust that what is before us will indeed be what is delivered. Since the First Minister and deputy First Minister are presenting it as their programme, there must be no excuse for any delay in...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Members' Statements: Altnagelvin Hospital Emergency Department (10 Jun 2024)

Pádraig Delargy: ...to be in an emergency department. If we look at the issue simply by examining the critical mass of people in Derry, we will never solve the problem. We need to look at the issue across the entire trust; indeed, across the entire north-west. We have seen the breakthroughs that we can make in people's care and access when we have things like the North West Cancer Centre, which treats people...

Scottish Parliament: Bankruptcy and Diligence (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 ( 6 Jun 2024)

Colin Smyth: ...I understand that of the seven different earnings arrestments available in Scotland, variations are currently possible for five of them, which would include arrestments of funds for payments in a trust deed and sequestration, including variations by the Accountant in Bankruptcy. I note that Citizens Advice Scotland supports the proposal. It says that it would still allow...

6. Welsh Conservatives Debate: The First Minister ( 5 Jun 2024)

Natasha Asghar: ...colour is, quite frankly, insulting. The continuous cycle of controversies has not only tarnished the office of the First Minister and the Welsh Parliament as a whole, but it has, sadly, eroded trust and confidence amongst the public towards politicians at large.  Presiding Officer, the First Minister has bounced from scandal to scandal, which all started with him accepting a...

5. Debate on the Climate Change, Environment and Infrastructure Committee Report, 'Annual scrutiny of the National Infrastructure Commission for Wales: 2023' ( 5 Jun 2024)

Delyth Jewell: Thank you, Dirprwy Lywydd, and thank you also to the committee team and our Chair for their work on this issue. I'd like to start by acknowledging the important work that the infrastructure commission has done in Wales. In assessing our infrastructure needs from an environmental and economic point of view, it is work that will benefit our nation for years to come, and their focus on renewable...

2. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Care: Ambulance Call-response Strategies ( 5 Jun 2024)

Hefin David: ...to these kinds of calls, the welfare call is fully understood as to what it means for the people who are receiving the care. Will the Cabinet Secretary, therefore, ask the Welsh ambulance services trust to review both how it prioritises amber 1 calls and welfare calls, to make sure that welfare calls are done appropriately and ensure that an occurrence like this could not happen a second time?

2. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Care: NHS Staffing ( 5 Jun 2024)

Baroness Mair Eluned Morgan: ...up, but the demand is also going up. And that's the real issue here: that the demand keeps rising. And you'll be aware, as a clinician yourself, that, with an ageing population, the demands are likely to continue to increase. There is always going to be a limit in terms of budget, and we're all aware that 65 per cent of the money that we spend on the NHS is spent directly on staff. When it...

6. Statement by the Minister for Social Care: Transforming Children's Services ( 4 Jun 2024)

Mabon ap Gwynfor: Reform in this area was long overdue, and we therefore welcome the Government's commitment to take forward the Plaid Cymru policy through the health and social care Bill. But much like the Cabinet Secretary for health's attempt to persuade voters that her party is at the forefront of modernising the NHS in Wales, the idea that Welsh Labour can be trusted with the transformation of children's...

3. Debate: The Infected Blood Inquiry Report ( 4 Jun 2024)

Sioned Williams: ...affected must be considered, recognised and fairly and equally compensated without further delay. Their late father, Arwyn Davies, from Trebanos, was a haemophiliac. He was under the care of, and trusted in, the medical professions that provided treatment for his condition. He attended both Cardiff and Swansea haemophilia centres, and Mr Bloom was his main consultant. Arwyn Davies died on...

1. Questions to the First Minister: The Welfare of Racing Greyhounds ( 4 Jun 2024)

Rhianon Passmore: ...were recorded as 'knocked over'. The welfare of these precious greyhounds that are fallen in races remains unknown. The Cut the Chase coalition, which consists of the highly respected RSPCA, Dogs Trust, Blue Cross, Hope Rescue and Greyhound Rescue Wales, have well documented the truly shocking lack of welfare shown in the greyhound racing industry for the welfare of the animals. First...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statements: Health: Vision Statement ( 3 Jun 2024)

Mike Nesbitt: ...the enormous and multiple challenges of being Northern Ireland's Health Minister and providing stalwart leadership. I also acknowledge all those who came before Robin: Bairbre de Brún, who, like Robin, served two spells in office; Michael McGimpsey; Edwin Poots; Jim Wells; Simon Hamilton; and our current First Minister, Michelle O'Neill. From the start, I state that I have no intention of...

Scottish Parliament: First Minister’s Question Time: Michael Matheson (Sanction) (30 May 2024)

Douglas Ross: ...that he has made of this scandal. Let us listen to what John Swinney previously said when Henry McLeish claimed expenses and then paid them back. John Swinney’s words—if the SNP members would like to listen—were: “People around Scotland will be staggered by the amount of money that is involved. Crucially, the bond of trust that must exist between Scotland’s First...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Budget 2024-25 (28 May 2024)

Mark Durkan: ...to be a hallmark of the Budget: it gives wee bits of money to lots but not enough to see any one big job completed. A lot of this underlines the need for the infrastructure commission, and I would like an update — maybe not from the Finance Minister today but from the Executive Office — on where that is. We need help to inform how we design and deliver major projects in a more timely...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Members' Statements: Animal Cruelty (28 May 2024)

Gary Middleton: ...act that reflects the darkest aspects of human behaviour. When we witness such violence against a defenceless animal, it is a stark reminder of the cruelty that can exist in our society. Animals like the dog in that video trust us and depend on us for their well-being. Betraying that trust through abuse is morally and legally unacceptable. The current penalties for animal cruelty are...

Valedictory Debate (24 May 2024)

Mark Menzies: ...defeat in 1997 really hurt, and I thought, “Never again shall we see that.” The first seat I contested was Glasgow Govan. The saying goes, “I fought Dagenham, and Dagenham fought back.” Trust me, there is a thing called a Glasgow kiss that involves the forehead and no other part of the anatomy. I luckily avoided the Glasgow kiss, but I had a few close shaves. The day after the...

Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill - Report (and remaining stages): Amendment 9 (24 May 2024)

Lord Howard of Rising: ...commercial units within enfranchised mixed-use buildings, the key issue that arises is that the enfranchised leaseholders are held in a corporate structure, such as an offshore entity, company or trust. As many leaseholders have encountered in seeking to hold freeholders to account for building remedial works, it can be incredibly challenging to identify the ultimate decision-maker and...

Sanctions (24 May 2024)

Chris Webb: ...and supported me as a young student with undiagnosed dyslexia. They helped me get to Hull University and on the road to this Chamber. Stephen Conway and Ken Winstanley, I thank you. I would also like to pay special tribute to Anne Hoyer, a Labour giant on the Fylde coast who we sadly lost last week. The first Blackpool constituency was created in 1885, a decade after the opening of the...

Scottish Parliament: Post Office (Horizon System) Offences (Scotland) Bill: Stage 2 (23 May 2024)

Russell Findlay: ...Criminal Cases Review Commission, the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service, the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service and various others—I found myself nodding along, in that, in all likelihood, those agencies would co-operate with such a request, but my nodding stopped as soon as she mentioned the Post Office. Fergus Ewing was quick to intervene to point out that the...

Media Bill - Report and Third Reading: Amendment 1 (23 May 2024)

Baroness Benjamin: ...Bill seeks to bring into public service measurement and regulation. Your Lordships may feel that young children—their grandchildren, perhaps—are still watching dedicated PSB channels, such as like CBeebies and Milkshake!. However, that is not the case for children over the age of seven. Many parents will tell you that their children are now in their bedrooms using mobile devices,...

Official Controls (Location of Border Control Posts) (England) Regulations 2024 - Motion to Regret (22 May 2024)

Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle: ...to make. First—perhaps the Minister can provide information on this—I have been speaking to the environmental horticulture industry and I declare that, along with the Industry and Parliament Trust, I have a fellowship with the Horticultural Trades Association. What seems to have settled into the pattern for the environmental horticulture sector is that it is seeing large numbers of...


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