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War in Ukraine: Illicit Finance — [Clive Efford in the Chair] (17 Nov 2022)

Neil Coyle: ...House, including by giving the registrar powers to verify information and to remove corporate entities for wrongdoing and provide robust identity verification mechanisms. It also recommends making enforcement more effective by reforming unexplained wealth orders, or by at least assessing why they have not been as effective as the Government originally intended. The report also suggests...

Autumn Statement (17 Nov 2022)

Rachel Reeves: .... Step two: pretend the mini-Budget has nothing to do with any of them. Step three: portray the Chancellor and the Prime Minister as the people who can clear up the mess of their party’s own making. And step four: attempt to lay some so-called traps for the Labour party. They have even had George Osborne in to advise them on how to party like it is 2010. But this is not a game. This is...

National Security Bill: New Clause 9 - Use of Reasonable Force (16 Nov 2022)

Ben Everitt: ...a danger. We know that the Skripal poisonings were the work of the GRU. We know that Russia continues to implement a range of hybrid techniques that undermine what it sees as its adversaries—to make it clear, that includes us. The use of disinformation, particularly through bot accounts on Twitter, has been used to foster division and political instability in countries. The head of MI5...

Family Law Terminology (16 Nov 2022)

Mike Freer: ...I may have to dig a bit deeper to find it. If she has a copy to hand, I would be very interested in reading it. As parliamentarians, we are all aware of the power of language to influence, to make others reflect and to be a force for good. The focus of the family court must always be on acting in the best interests of the child, as well as on creating stability and reducing conflict for...

Britain’s Industrial Future (15 Nov 2022)

Stephen Kinnock: ...offshore wind by 2030 and, in so doing, create as many as 1 million green jobs—from technicians to plumbers and steelworkers. This is the level of ambition we need for our country: a plan to make sure British industry leads the world again, making us a clean-power superpower. We will also champion sectors of the British economy that are the envy of the world, from the fintech hubs...

COP 27 - Statement (15 Nov 2022)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: ...ruling out onshore wind? On the one hand, the Prime Minister is saying that we are going to “act faster” on renewables and, on the other, Ministers are ruling out onshore wind—this does not make much sense. It is the quickest, cheapest and cleanest of renewables, but it is absent from the Government’s energy strategy. How does this match Mr Sunak’s speech at COP 27, or is it just...

Management of the Economy and Ministerial Severance Payments (15 Nov 2022)

Justin Madders: ...to come. And where was the Prime Minister during all this? He did not say a word; I did not hear anything from him about why this was wrong. He kept silent and kept his cards close, playing the game, waiting for the opportunity to strike. But now it is his responsibility to clear this mess up and he had better do that. While the markets have now begun to stabilise a little, the damage has...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Tourism (15 Nov 2022)

Stuart Andrew: Many events took place in 2022 which attracted tourists to different locations across the UK, from the Commonwealth Games to Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations and a variety of UNBOXED events. These sporting and cultural events provided attractive incentives for domestic tourists to explore destinations across the country and for international tourists venturing overseas...

Ukraine (14 Nov 2022)

Bob Seely: I will not try the House’s patience for too long; I just want to make some general points. The Minister was completely right when he said that the Kherson victory was enormously important, regardless of whether it was significant in military terms or symbolically. He made the point that it is difficult for someone to invade a country if they are going backwards, as we can all agree....

Australia and New Zealand Trade Deals (14 Nov 2022)

Gareth Thomas: ...tax revenues to fund our public services. Well-negotiated FTAs open new routes for supply chains, create better access to crucial raw materials and encourage innovation, but they are not zero-sum games. Time after time, Minister have failed to be open and honest about which parts of the economy will benefit under their negotiating priorities and which will not. Under the previous Labour...

Early Years Childcare: Staff-Child Ratios — [Carolyn Harris in the Chair] (14 Nov 2022)

Justin Tomlinson: ...in particular emphasise that the early years are so important for children’s expected levels and it is incredibly difficult to catch up further down the line. The Government have been trying to make a significant positive difference in this area. They have spent more than £20 billion over the last five years, rapidly expanded the 15 and 30-hour term-time free childcare and made crucial...

Mali: UN Peacekeeping Mission (14 Nov 2022)

James Heappey: Mr Speaker, I could not agree more. You know that the Secretary of State and I are not the sort of Ministers who play these games. There was no deliberate briefing, and we are angry that the discourtesy of someone within our organisation means that you have read about this in The Times rather than heard it from the Dispatch Box. That was not the plan. The right hon. Member for Wentworth and...

European Women’s Football Championship: Girls and Young Women (9 Nov 2022)

Stuart Andrew: ...the Red Roses the very best of luck for the rugby union world cup final this weekend. I am delighted to take on the role of Minister for sport at such an exciting time, and I look forward to making real progress on issues that I feel very passionately about, such as equality and diversity. Overall, I can see that there has been clear progress in a number of areas, but it is also clear that...

Levelling Up Rural Britain (9 Nov 2022)

Rachel Maclean: Thank you Madam Deputy Speaker for the opportunity to make a contribution to this vital debate. I thank my hon. Friend the Member for North Devon (Selaine Saxby) for securing it. Many of my constituents may wonder why I am speaking in a debate about rural Britain. I am blessed with a diverse constituency, of which the wonderful town of Redditch constitutes only one part. I am privileged to...

Asylum Seekers: Accommodation and Safeguarding - Commons Urgent Question (9 Nov 2022)

...migration crisis is placing unprecedented strain on our asylum system. Despite what they may have been told by many, migrants who travel through safe countries should not put their lives at risk by making the dangerous and illegal journey to the United Kingdom. We are steadfast in our determination to tackle those gaming the system and will use every tool at our disposal to deter illegal...

NHS: Backlogs - Question (9 Nov 2022)

Lord Markham: I can assure the noble Lord that bureaucracy is not the aim of the game and that getting money to the front line is the priority. We have record levels of investment in this area. We are currently devoting about 12% of GDP to health spending, which sits alongside the highest in the world. That is not to say we do not have to make sure every penny of that is spent effectively and, where...

Creative Industries: North-east (9 Nov 2022)

Julia Lopez: ...world-renowned creative industries. At the heart of that vision is £50 million of investment from our Department to drive growth across the country through the Create Growth programme, the UK games fund and the UK global screen fund. In addition, UK Research and Innovation is providing more than £100 million of funding for the Circular Fashion programme, the CoSTAR virtual production...

Scottish Parliament: Forestry (Contribution to Net Zero) (9 Nov 2022)

Fergus Ewing: ...the most sophisticated engineering industries in the world. If members have visited modern sawmills, as I suspect they have, they will have seen exactly what I mean. Automation is the name of the game, and high investment is necessary to ensure success. I therefore wish the minister well, and I want to use most of my time to make a series of suggestions about how, together, we can best...

Housing (Built Environment Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (8 Nov 2022)

Baroness Thornhill: ...building standards so that they do not spend ages haggling with developers; and to stop trying to water down their local policies, designed with and for their communities, in efforts to make it all simpler—for the developers. I do not doubt that some councils are not performing at their best. How do we bring the worst closer to the best, and how do we empower council officers to stand up...

State Pension Triple Lock (8 Nov 2022)

Chris Clarkson: ...in receipt of state pension get the best possible deal from the Treasury. Many of us will already have made representations to the Chancellor in one way or another, and I am pretty sure he will be making pensions a priority come the 17th. At a time when every one of us, especially those on low and fixed incomes, is feeling the pinch as a result of the perfect storm caused by Putin’s...


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