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Windrush: 75th Anniversary - Question for Short Debate (19 Jan 2023)

Baroness Scott of Bybrook: ...hope noble Lords will hold us to account on that because it is extremely important. Noble Lords also brought up progress on Wendy Williams’s recommendations. I assure them that the Home Office is making real progress in delivering against those recommendations. It is a work in progress; the Home Office is continuing to do so. I am more than happy to ask the Minister from the Home Office...

Russia’s Grand Strategy (19 Jan 2023)

Mark Francois: ...to have to say—about weaknesses in British Army equipment, presciently reminded the House about Russia’s actions: “All this, of course, is unacceptable to the west and to NATO members, which makes the prospect of an invasion ever more likely. That is the immediate threat to Ukraine.”—[Official Report, 6 January 2022; Vol. 706, c. 220.] In the same debate, I said: “I fear that...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: School Games (19 Jan 2023)

Mike Amesbury: To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, what assessment her Department has made of the value of the current and future role of the Your School Games programme; and if she will make an assessment of the potential merits of providing increased funding for that programme for the National Network of School Games Organisers.

Levelling-up Fund Round 2 (19 Jan 2023)

Alex Norris: ...bottom 0.2% for economic activity, but there is money for the Prime Minister’s constituency and money for areas in the top quartile economically. What on earth were the objective criteria used to make those decisions? How on earth are only half the successful bidders from the poorest 100 communities? Over the last decade or so, the cut to local government —in cash terms rather than...

Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill: New Clause 1 - “Assimilated law” (18 Jan 2023)

Patrick Grady: ...to amendment 36, as everyone has remarked and several of their Back Benchers have signed. Many constituents in Glasgow North—in which, incidentally, 78% voted to remain in the European Union; I make no apology for standing up for their views—have told me that they believe the amendment will offer at least some degree of protection from the bonfire of rights and freedoms that this Bill...

Avian Influenza: Game Birds - Question (18 Jan 2023)

Lord Benyon: We constantly monitor that, and we understand that people will want to make decisions about the release of game birds later in the summer. We want to ensure that we are providing them with information so that they know whether to invest or not. This is a very worrying time for the industry, and we want to try to support it. People in the industry will not be able to move birds from one area...

Arts Council England: Funding — [MR PETER BONE in the Chair] (18 Jan 2023)

Caroline Dinenage: ...as a cultural hub, breathing new life into our high streets. The money will allow them to animate already outstanding heritage spaces and organise community-based festivals and events. It is making a difference on the ground and it will continue to do so. The UK’s cultural sector is among the best in the world: I would say that it is the best. It represents 12% of our service exports,...

Prime Minister: Engagements (18 Jan 2023)

Rishi Sunak: ...Stephanie’s case is a tragedy. Of course, people are working as hard as they can to ensure that people get the care that they need. The right hon. and learned Gentleman talks about political games. He is a living example of someone playing political games when it comes to people’s healthcare. I have already mentioned what has been going on in Wales. Is he confident that, in the...

Online Safety Bill: New Clause 1 - Report on redress for individual complaints (17 Jan 2023)

Luke Pollard: ...want to rid the internet of the disgusting, festering incel culture that is capturing so many of our young people, especially young men. In particular, I want minimum standards to apply and to make sure that, on big and small platforms where there is a risk, those minimum standards include the recognition of incel content. At the moment, incel content is festering in the darkest corners...

Public Bill Committee: Seafarers’ Wages Bill [Lords]: New Clause 9 - Directors of companies operating services to which this Act applies: personal liability for non-compliance of operator (17 Jan 2023)

Natalie Elphicke: I think we have already explored how adding the odd report here or there will not be the game changer that is needed to ensure that acts like this do not happen again. That is why the Bill is part of an overall strategy and a nine-point plan, as the Government have set out. New clause 9 would go considerably further than the obligations that already apply to non-compliance with the minimum...

Child Maintenance Services — [Derek Twigg in the Chair] (17 Jan 2023)

Marion Fellows: ...the issue of how, when the paying parent is charged an additional 20% in collect and pay because they do not have a voluntary arrangement, that leads to even more economic abuse of parents. They game the system; they pay a little, and everything stops. Then, eventually, they pay a little more. That just is not right. One difficulty in all this is the lack of communication between the DWP...

Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill (16 Jan 2023)

Angela Rayner: ...lead to employers finding that they are “low on staff.” Again, those are not my words but the words of the Department for Transport’s impact assessment. Minimum service levels are “not a game-changer” and could “promote more industrial action than they mitigate.” That is not me speaking but the senior Conservative adviser who developed the policy. The jury is in. These...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Gaming: Investment (16 Jan 2023)

Julia Lopez: The Government’s ambition is to make the UK a global hub for cryptoasset technology and investment. In April 2022, the Government set out a number of reforms which will see the regulation and aspects of tax treatment of cryptoassets evolve. The Government is committed to supporting the growth of the UK’s games sector. As part of a wider package to support the growth of the creative...

Democracy Denied (DPRRC Report) - Motion to Take Note (12 Jan 2023)

Lord Hodgson of Astley Abbotts: ...to our similar-thinking colleagues in the House of Commons, again on a cross-party basis, or the slur that this is the unelected Lords trying to tell the elected Commons how to do their job will be game, set and match. I say to the noble Lord, Lord Collins of Highbury, that I recognise what a difficult line he had to follow, with the seductive thought of government, perhaps, within a...

Iran (12 Jan 2023)

Christian Wakeford: ...Iran. When there were protests a couple of years ago, they were stamped out very quickly with brutal treatment from the regime. What we are seeing now from the brave women and men of that country makes it clear that they have had enough. There is now a hope and aspiration for real regime change, because they know what the penalties are. They know of the risks not only to their own safety...

Scottish Parliament: National Drugs Mission (12 Jan 2023)

Gillian Martin: ...health inequalities, but that goes double for problem drug use, because thrown into the health inequality mix is the justice element, which can compound trauma, reduce life chances even further and make recovery even harder and sometimes impossible. I was pleased to see that the Government’s response mentions women who have multiple pregnancies and are not allowed to keep their babies. I...

Industrial Action - Statement (11 Jan 2023)

Lord Balfe: ...Notes to the Bill say: “This Bill and subsequent regulations are designed to enable employers to require enough workers to work so as to ensure minimum service levels”. How will they make them work? I am the president of BALPA, the pilots’ union. We have an understanding with all the airlines that any pilot who feels unfit to fly the plane can declare themselves as such. What about a...

Fair Taxation of Schools and Education Standards Committee (11 Jan 2023)

Tom Hunt: ..., and few go to the kind of school I attended, without which I would not have ended up where I am today. I am conscious of that, and I live with it every day. I campaign as hard as I can to try to make sure that every young person with the kind of disabilities I have has a fair crack of the whip to achieve their full potential. If I genuinely felt that closing down schools like the one I...

Sport in Schools and Communities (10 Jan 2023)

Nick Gibb: My hon. Friend makes an important point. I was influenced by the meeting we had recently with my hon. Friend the Member for North Swindon about how we can engage new people to teach PE in our schools. He also makes an important point about how we can use taxpayers’ money cost-effectively to widen the availability of community facilities. The Government also support physical activity and...

Future of Postal Services (10 Jan 2023)

Tahir Ali: ...sold off to the asset-stripping company Vesa Equity Investment, which is currently its largest shareholder. It is evident from this that Royal Mail profiteering is becoming the name of the game. The billions in revenue generated by Royal Mail staff are eaten up by shareholders and management, who pay themselves huge bonuses while staff struggle to make ends meet. Instead of being...


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