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NHS Workforce (6 Dec 2022)

Paul Bristow: ...what we are doing. And so it goes on. I understand that we have had a covid pandemic in the meantime; I understand that we have to recover from something that was extraordinary. But we have to make sure that the NHS is able to make the most of the budgets that it has. We have listened to quite a few contributions from the Labour party, including that of the shadow Secretary of State, the...

Scottish Parliament: COP27 Outcomes (6 Dec 2022)

Paul McLennan: Presiding Officer, “Greenhouse gas emissions keep growing. Global temperatures keep rising. And our planet is fast approaching tipping points that will make climate chaos irreversible. We are on a highway to climate hell with our foot still on the accelerator.” Those are the words of António Guterres, secretary general of the United Nations. Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the President of Ukraine,...

Great British Railways and Rail Services in the North - Question for Short Debate (5 Dec 2022)

Baroness Vere of Norbiton: ...that consultation. If there is one thing I want to be able to do when I take the transport Bill through, it is to look noble Lords in the face say that we did ask industry and passenger groups and make sure that our proposals had been fully tested. Therefore, I am unable to answer all the questions about GBR relating to the costs and delay. To a certain extent, GBR is still in formation...

Online Safety Bill: New Clause 11 - Notices to deal with terrorism content or CSEA content (or both) (5 Dec 2022)

Julian Knight: ...Committee system that is Whips-appointed and narrow in definition, and that cuts across something we all vote for. There are means by which we can have legislative scrutiny—that is the point I am making in my speech. I would very much welcome a Committee being set up after a year, temporarily, to carry out post-legislative scrutiny. My Committee has a Sub-Committee on disinformation...

Offenders (Day of Release from Detention) Bill (2 Dec 2022)

Simon Fell: ...under the belief that if someone committed a crime, served their time and paid back their debt to society, they would be afforded every opportunity to succeed on their release from prison and make a fresh start. I was disappointed to find out that often that is not the case and many people released from prison, especially those released on Fridays, are almost set up to fail from the moment...

Health Promotion Bill [HL] - Second Reading (2 Dec 2022)

Lord Addington: ...fact that it should be linked to public health. The Government tell us that they have a new approach, but unless it is prepared to upset things or has the capacity to interfere with other plans and make sure that it comes to the fore, my experience is that it does not happen unless you are prepared to say, “No; you’ve got to work with this and integrate.” The Government like their...

Equipment Theft (Prevention) Bill (2 Dec 2022)

James Grundy: ...are on the edge of the Cheshire plain, where there is sandy soil. Further north—no doubt in your constituency too, Mr Deputy Speaker—there is much more heavy clay in the soil, which makes farming much more difficult and therefore more marginal. When it comes to farming, we have seen a number of difficult decades. I am old enough to remember going with my father in the mid-’90s to a...

World AIDS Day (1 Dec 2022)

Chris Clarkson: ...his speaking openly about his own experience as somebody living with HIV is incredibly powerful and important. When people see that their representatives are representative of society as a whole it makes a real difference. I will not speak at length, because we have heard a series of excellent speeches and I am going to use some of the same facts and figures that have been mentioned....

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Grassroots Sport Participation (1 Dec 2022)

Michelle Donelan: Grassroots sports bind our communities together and make people happier as well as healthier. Since 2019, Sport England has invested over £200,000 in my hon. Friend’s constituency, including £40,000 during the pandemic. In October, I announced £35 million of Commonwealth games physical activity legacy funding, opening up sporting opportunities across the west midlands. The Government are...

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Football Governance: Fan-led Review (1 Dec 2022)

Kevin Foster: ...meeting of the Torquay United Supporters Trust, there was much debate about how the World cup in Qatar and the discussions around it have yet again focused attention on the governance of the game of football. Does my right hon. Friend agree that it is absolutely vital that we make changes to ensure fans get a voice, that there is real engagement with their clubs, and that we do not see...

Domestic Homicide Sentencing Review (30 Nov 2022)

Rachel Maclean: ...to death during sex by Sam Pybus. He applied prolonged pressure to her neck and admitted to manslaughter; however, he literally claimed that she asked for it, as part of a consensual rough sex game. The judge accepted that, and he was jailed for four years and eight months—the same length of time that he might have received for a driving offence. An appeal to increase his sentence was...

Greening the Financial System — [Mr Peter Bone in the Chair] (30 Nov 2022)

Alexander Stafford: ...beat the press by saying what is going to be in that report, I am sure the Minister is looking forward to reading it; I will write to him to encourage to read it and ask questions in the House to make sure that he has. A UK green taxonomy, first announced in the Treasury’s “Greening Finance: A Roadmap to Sustainable Investing” policy paper just over a year ago, is simply a...

Disposable Vapes: Environmental Impact (29 Nov 2022)

Kirsten Oswald: I am grateful to the hon. Gentleman for making that point, because it reinforces one of my earlier points. I absolutely support any and all attempts to stop smoking, and all supports that assist people. That is really important. We all know the harm that tobacco does, but I point the hon. Gentleman to the comments I have cited from bodies such as the World Health Organisation, which has...

Public Bill Committee: Social Housing (Regulation) Bill [Lords]: Clause 1 - Fundamental objectives (29 Nov 2022)

Matthew Pennycook: .... Although we intend to work constructively with Ministers to secure the Bill’s speedy passage out of Committee, we expect the Government to give serious consideration to the arguments that we make in respect of those amendments. Amendment 13 and new clause 8 relate to supported exempt accommodation and temporary accommodation. The new clause would provide the Secretary of State with the...

Luton Train Station Redevelopment (28 Nov 2022)

Rachel Hopkins: ...Luton airport, both for travellers and workers, as well as associated businesses. It does not provide access to Luton’s town centre or the bus interchange. Football fans visiting Luton for away games against the Hatters are also faced with the station’s accessibility issues, as well as what it looks like; the criticisms are similar from Luton Town fans. Just recently I was told that...

Finance Bill (28 Nov 2022)

Shaun Bailey: ...hon. Friend the Member for Eastleigh (Paul Holmes); I assure him I listened to his speech and it was a fantastic contribution. We have had the usual back and forth, with Labour playing the blame game while also failing to understand that when we spend £440 billion to keep the economy going—to keep people in work, to keep jobs, to keep people sustaining what they are doing—there is...

Hunting Trophies (Import Prohibition) Bill (25 Nov 2022)

Simon Fell: ...beings—get a sick thrill out of taking their lives. They’re willing to pay thousands of pounds to travel the world just to kill. Their victims are often trapped in a fenced compound or private game reserve, or lured with bait from the safety of national park into the awaiting shooter’s path. Some who facilitate this blood sport track down animals for a fee. It isn’t uncommon for...

Electricity and Gas Transmission (Compensation) Bill (25 Nov 2022)

Aaron Bell: ...here doing so, particularly the hon. Member for Newport West (Ruth Jones). Instead of listening to me, she could be watching Gareth Bale—I wish Wales well and I am sure she is not following the game on her phone. [Laughter.] I pay tribute to the Bill’s promoter, my right hon. Friend the Member for North Somerset, not only for what he is doing today, but for what he did with the Down...

Death of Awaab Ishak and Rochdale Boroughwide Housing (24 Nov 2022)

Tony Lloyd: ...the organisation and to continue meeting its objectives.” My goodness—I am glad that it is not in control of anything that affects me directly this very day. The regulator needs to up its own game. I say again to the Minister that we must give regulatory authorities the powers and the duties of the role that we need them to perform if housing associations and private landlords fail,...

Independent Review of Children’s Social Care (24 Nov 2022)

Tim Loughton: My hon. Friend is so right. I fear I am in danger of making a long speech; I rarely do so, but we do have some time this afternoon, and such good interventions are being made that I will indulge them—if you will indulge me, Madam Deputy Speaker. This is such an important subject, and my hon. Friend is right that too often in the past, we have measured things not on the quality of the...


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