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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...

Funding for Local Councils (22 May 2024)

Simon Hoare: ...and, as a child, an avid attender of our local library. Dorset Council has done the most phenomenal work with its libraries in similarly challenging circumstances, being a rural council and the like. I am pretty certain that should her officers in Shropshire reach out to those in Dorset, they would be happy to provide some advice or guidance—call it what you will—on safeguarding the...

Media Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 89 (22 May 2024)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: ...friend does, that our free press is a key pillar of our healthy and vital democracy. We acknowledge that the acquisition of UK news organisations by foreign states would run the risk of eroding trust in those vital organisations. This concern was the driving factor behind the introduction of the new foreign state intervention regime for newspapers and periodical news magazines, for which...

Holocaust Memorial Bill: New Clause 1 - Review of security arrangements (22 May 2024)

Kirsten Oswald: ...for generations to come. I am very fortunate to have been given a copy of the book of Marianne’s art, which is hugely evocative and an important part of the history of the Holocaust, the like of which we should see on display as widely as possible to ensure there is a clear understanding of the realities of what happened. I am also in awe of my constituent Steven Anson, whose father...

Holocaust Memorial Bill: Clause 1 - Expenditure relating to a Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre (22 May 2024)

Kirsten Oswald: ...: the necessity of a focus on education and making sure that the testimony of survivors is captured in a way that will ensure it is available to generations who come after us. Through initiatives like Vision Schools Scotland, or working with organisations like the Anne Frank Trust or the Holocaust Educational Trust, we can see the impact of education. The necessity of marrying up...

Prevention and Suppression of Terrorism (22 May 2024)

Alison Thewliss: ...Figen Murray for all the work and advocacy she has done following the Manchester Arena bombing. I ask the Minister for any update he can give on the status of the proposed legislation. We would all like to know what exactly the Government are planning for that. In that light, I also pay tribute to Eilidh MacLeod from Barra, who also lost her life in that bombing, and remark on the...

2. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Culture and Social Justice: Stalking (22 May 2024)

Jane Dodds: ...for this failure are, of course, multifaceted, but the lack of training and understanding among our law enforcement officers cannot be ignored. According to a 2021 report from the Suzy Lamplugh Trust, 50 per cent of stalking advocates said police 'hardly ever' or 'never' consider a stalking protection order without being prompted. This situation cannot continue. I'd like to ask you,...

Healthy Start — [Peter Dowd in the Chair] (22 May 2024)

Sarah Dyke: ...food insecurity. That is defined as when households reduce the quality, variety and desirability in their diets. It is concerning that demand for emergency food parcels distributed by the Trussell Trust food bank network has nearly doubled over the past 12 months, and 65% of that support went to families with children. In Somerset, 18,000 food parcels have been distributed in the past...

Crisis Houses (22 May 2024)

Bambos Charalambous: ...Jess’s case, the CQC had no oversight of the care and treatment provided by Link House. It could only examine the procedures of the commissioning Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust in ensuring patient safety. Without proper regulation and oversight, there is always the risk that other vulnerable people will take their lives. For that reason, the Government must...

Public Bill Committee: Prison Media Bill: Clause 1 - Unauthorised photograph or sound-recording of the inside of a prison (22 May 2024)

Paul Howell: Just before I get to the point of my intervention, I have made an awful error and would like to correct the record. I came into this Bill Committee thinking about Christie Harnett, a girl who died from suicide because of the Tees Valley mental health trust problems. I inadvertently used her name, when the constituent I actually wanted to refer to earlier was Jack Woodley and his mother Zoey...

Victims and Prisoners Bill - Report (4th Day) (Continued): Amendment 153A (21 May 2024)

Lord Bellamy: ...that we are still in the relatively early stage of developing and gaining experience from how the Parole Board manages public hearings. We are not yet ready to go as far as my noble friend would like us to go at this point. That is the essential answer to his point—but I do not close off the question at all. As has also been pointed out, it is part of a consideration of the continuous...

Victims and Prisoners Bill - Report (4th Day) (Continued): Amendment 150 (21 May 2024)

Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames: ...5 rights to liberty and security because the unavailability of rehabilitative courses meant that their detention after the expiry of their tariff terms was “arbitrary”. As the Prison Reform Trust put it, in its helpful briefing for this debate: “The introduction of specific carve-outs from human rights for people given custodial sentences contradicts one of the fundamental principles...

Infected Blood - Statements (21 May 2024)

Baroness Brinton: ...decades of personal hardship and relentless campaigning to arrive. She is delighted by the appointment of Sir Robert Francis KC, as are we; he is someone in whom the IB community has considerable trust. Finally, she said that she wants to listen hard to the community responses over the coming weeks to the events of yesterday and today in respect of the compensation intentions. Everyone...

Allergy Guidance for Schools (21 May 2024)

Alicia Kearns: ...a normal part of growing up saw him hospitalised. His family, through careful planning and care, worked out what he could eat safely. But while they could guarantee his safety at home, they had to trust others with Benedict when he went on play dates, mixed with other children and, eventually of course, went to nursey and school. He was aware of his allergies. Like my nephew and so many...

7. The Mandatory Use of Closed Circuit Television in Slaughterhouses (Wales) Regulations 2024 (21 May 2024)

James Evans: I'd like to thank the Cabinet Secretary for bringing forward these regulations. Today, my colleagues and I in the Welsh Conservative group will be supporting these regulations that you have tabled, as we firmly believe that the mandatory use of closed-circuit television in slaughterhouses across Wales is required to drive up standards across the industry. Animal welfare is a cornerstone of...

6. Statement by the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Care: National Immunisation Framework for Wales (21 May 2024)

Sam Rowlands: ...as well.  We also have to recognise that this isn't the case in every country around the world, and it shows the importance of both the effective vaccinations, and also having a population that trusts the process to take the vaccine to protect them as well. I think we all have a role to play as politicians in encouraging take-up of vaccines to our constituents when they are available. ...

4. Statement by the Minister for Social Care: The Health and Social Care (Wales) Bill (21 May 2024)

Dawn Bowden: ...one thing that has struck me when I have been, over the last few weeks, talking to care-experienced children, whether they are children who have experienced residential care in institutions, if you like, for want of a better term, or with foster carers, the thing that has come through time and time again is their objection to their being used as a commodity; their objection to being used...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Junior Doctors’ Pay (21 May 2024)

Nuala McAllister: ...could quote for junior doctors in Northern Ireland? I hope that the Minister will address those issues. I want to talk about why we felt the need to bring the matter to the Chamber. Before today, unlike the Minister, I, along with my Alliance colleagues and many colleagues across the Health Committee, have personally engaged extensively with the BMA to understand its reasons for taking...


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