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COP 27: Commitments - Motion to Take Note (24 Nov 2022)

Lord Leong: My Lords, thank you for the opportunity to make my maiden speech today. As someone who faced discrimination in my country of birth, I am immensely proud to have studied, worked and created businesses in the United Kingdom. This country has become my much-loved home. It has given me hope, opportunities, freedom and, most importantly of all, a voice. In this Chamber, I will use that voice to...

Scottish Parliament: National Drugs Mission (24 Nov 2022)

Alex Cole-Hamilton: ...Hepatitis C Trust has noted that, for people with hep C—which, as we know, is often contracted from sharing contaminated injecting equipment—stigma is still felt to be highly prevalent, and it makes people less likely to get tested or to present themselves for testing. As a result, the infection can go untreated for a long time, increasing its incidence or the chances of fatality. It...

Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill - Second Reading (Continued) (23 Nov 2022)

Lord Bew: I absolutely take the point the noble Lord is making, but some polling suggests that significant groups on both sides of the community do want to draw a line under this dispute, to use that horrible phrase. I am not suggesting that it is a majority, but you cannot deduce from the political parties their hostility. Do not forget what I said about Denis Bradley. The parties are playing a game...

Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill - Second Reading: Amendment to the Motion (23 Nov 2022)

Lord McInnes of Kilwinning: ...from victims’ groups, beyond those he mentioned in his opening remarks. First, in Clause 1 there should be a broader definition of harm to allow a greater range of victims to come forward to make use of the independent commission, and to reflect the experience of Northern Ireland society as widely as possible. This new definition would reflect the UK Parliament order and definition of...

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: New Clause 61 (23 Nov 2022)

Ben Bradley: ...create. The deal also means we will have the power to fill in the gaps in our transport system and ensure local people can easily access those opportunities and get to and from those jobs. That is game changing. There will be kids in my constituency who, in 20 years’ time, will work not just in nuclear science but in its supply chain who could never have dreamed of those opportunities on...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Sports (23 Nov 2022)

Nick Gibb: ...education (PE) and sport premium, the Department has devoted over £2 billion of ringfenced funding to primary schools to improve PE and sport since 2013. The premium supports primary schools to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport. The Government has announced that the £320 million primary PE and sport premium and funding for School Games Organisers...

Scottish Parliament: Rural Broadband (Investment) (23 Nov 2022)

Richard Lochhead: ...for telecommunications, had acted a few years ago and got their act together, it would not have been down to the Scottish Government to step in with hundreds of millions of pounds of investment to make up for lost time. The R100 project is game changing for many parts of rural Scotland. According to thinkbroadband, which the UK Government also uses to gauge the success of its programmes,...

Scottish Parliament: Primary Care (23 Nov 2022)

Alex Cole-Hamilton: ..., as it completely ignores the fact that those practices are under the same inflationary pressures—they are getting it from both sides. It is also another grim case of the Government playing games when it comes to announcing funding. The new figure was announced as part of the winter resilience package, giving the appearance that it was somehow new funding, when it is plainly a funding...

Scottish Parliament: Cost of Living: Mortgage Rescue Scheme (23 Nov 2022)

Marie McNair: ...tax and the benefits cap. Instead—to just give one example—the budget should have matched our Scottish child payment. The Child Poverty Action Group said: “If the Scottish Government can make this kind of serious investment in protecting our children from poverty, then so too can the UK Government.” However, it was more of the same from the Westminster Government: no compassion and...

Energy (oil and gas) profits levy (22 Nov 2022)

Pat McFadden: .... I also thank all right hon. and hon. Members who have contributed to the debate. We have heard many passionate speeches, appeals for different sectors—from cockles to hospitality, and from the gaming sector to many of the industrial sectors that make Britain great—and appeals for different areas. People spoke passionately about how the cost of living crisis is affecting their...

Supporting UK Artists and Culture (22 Nov 2022)

Caroline Dinenage: ...success story. Globally, some modern emerging economies really get this. South Korea’s creative industries have taken the world by storm, with K-pop and drama, from “Parasite” to “Squid Game”, at the forefront. What makes that even more remarkable is the fact that the language is barely spoken outside of Korea. Just as South Korea implemented industrial policy for the export of...

Public Bill Committee: Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill: Clause 1 - Sunset of EU-derived subordinate legislation and retained direct EU legislation (22 Nov 2022)

...additional pieces of legislation will be added to the REUL dashboard.” We now know that it may well be considerably more than that. Even if just 100 pieces of legislation are missing, that will make that dashboard neither authoritative nor comprehensive. In that same answer, the former Minister also told us: “Government officials are currently working to quality assure this data and...

Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill - Second Reading (21 Nov 2022)

Lord Benyon: ...adapt to climate change and a turbulent global environment. Jonathan Swift seems to have come in for quotation, so I will give noble Lords another quote. He said: “Proper words in proper places make the true definition of style.” With this legislation, we are trying to use proper words in proper places. I am happy to debate this tonight—and, of course, in Committee and at other...

Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Regional Inequality (21 Nov 2022)

Michael Gove: ...-outs. If it is “The Hunger Games” we are talking about, it is the Labour party leadership contest that is closer to that than any other contest in this House. On the substantive point that she makes, it is important that we look at how we fund local government overall. There of course needs to be competitive funding to make sure we can learn from the best, but we need to look at...

Terminal Illness (Support and Rights) Bill (18 Nov 2022)

George Freeman: ...and getting them put on the statute book, albeit on the slow wheels of this place. I, like all colleagues present, feel very strongly that private Members’ Bills days are not just for fun and games; they are a chance for Members to bring issues before the House, and for Governments and Oppositions to listen and see whether we can achieve some progress together. It is very much in that...

Supported Housing (Regulatory Oversight) Bill (18 Nov 2022)

Felicity Buchan: ..., which have helped them to move on with their lives. I was struck by the impact that that has made on an individual level. It underlined the significant difference that this type of housing can make to people’s lives. Let us not forget that the financial benefit gained by substandard providers rests on exploitation of the rules on housing benefit, as the hon. Member for Birmingham,...

Supported Housing (Regulatory Oversight) Bill (18 Nov 2022)

Shabana Mahmood: ...Government, but I am afraid I cannot give them a free pass on the amount of time it has taken us to get to this point. We are here today only because we have used a private Member’s Bill slot to make this progress. I feel so strongly about the Government’s delay on this matter, and I call them out for it, because every week and month that passes without action, without the regulatory...

House of Lords (Peerage Nominations) Bill [HL] - Second Reading (18 Nov 2022)

Lord Blunkett: ...elected in the first Chamber, doing so according to list systems—that is inevitable—which would be drawn up by the political parties to give preference to those who are prepared to play the game within the political parties. We should be in no doubt that this is not about the electorate making choices; this is about the political parties making choices on a list system, either...

National Women’s Sports - Question for Short Debate (17 Nov 2022)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: ...Wigan to Southampton and Brighton. As noble Lords have noted, the final at Wembley was attended by a record crowd of over 87,000 people. That was not only a new record for a women’s international game in Europe but broke new ground for a women’s or men’s Euros final tournament game. The tournament also became the most watched women’s Euros ever, with a global cumulative live...

Long Covid - Motion to Take Note (17 Nov 2022)

Baroness Taylor of Bolton: ...my noble friend on, and thanked her for, introducing this debate. I am sure that she is very pleased with the expertise we have had in the House today, which shows the kinds of contributions we can make to furthering issues of this kind. I am not an expert on health matters in any way, but it has been striking how significant the big picture of the problems facing everyone is, and we...


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