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Public Bill Committee: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Clause 32 - Disqualification of persons designated under sanctions legislation: GB (3 Nov 2022)

Stephen Kinnock: I thank my right hon. Friend for that extremely useful and eloquent intervention. That is absolutely the case, because the enablers are, by definition, experts in knowing how to play and game the system. We know it is going on, but they are notoriously difficult to track down. If we put the onus on industries to act proactively to prevent this sort of activity, that changes the game and makes...

Scottish Parliament: Social Security Benefits (3 Nov 2022)

Kaukab Stewart: ...to £25 for each eligible child and the extension on 14 November to all young people up to the age of 16 will be welcomed by one-parent families, as it will by all eligible families. Described as a game-changing benefit by John Dickie, director of the Child Poverty Action Group, it is providing essential support at a time when the UK economy is in free-fall and making life so difficult for...

Scottish Independence and the Scottish Economy (2 Nov 2022)

Kirsten Oswald: .... In fact, often they are mitigating the damaging policies of the UK Government. A good example of that is the Scottish child payment, which has been welcomed by anti-poverty campaigners as a game changer. I note that the Secretary of State for Scotland was signally unable or unwilling to entertain any discussion on his Government’s failure to make that kind of positive choice. The...

Ministers: Government Business - Question (2 Nov 2022)

Baroness Neville-Rolfe: ...explained that the Home Secretary apologised and that she resigned. We have discussed before that she has come back—you can have redemption in this life. You need to have respect for security and make sure that you are ahead of the game but, occasionally, you also need to be able to say, “I did the wrong thing”, and you need to be forgiven.

Public Sector Pay: Proposed Strike Action — [Sir Edward Leigh in the Chair] (1 Nov 2022)

David Linden: ...membership of Unite. In having this debate, we need to think about how we ended up in this mess. When the Minister gets to her feet later and talks about the difficult choices the Government must make, she must do so reflecting on the fact that they have been in power for 12 years. They have been in control of the economy, and the economic chaos that has been unleashed in the UK recently...

Public Bill Committee: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Clause 2 - Memorandum of association: names to be included (1 Nov 2022)

Seema Malhotra: ..., it must declare that none of its subscribers—its initial shareholders—is a disqualified director. We welcome the clause, because it is important to think about people’s roles and how games could be played with Companies House, and therefore with Britain and the British public, without cross-checks and balances in place. The clause is necessary to ensure that the registrar is able...

Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill: New Clause 1 - The Genetic Technology Authority (31 Oct 2022)

Tim Farron: ...be a moratorium not just on the application of knowledge, which is an issue, but on the very knowledge and research in the first place. That troubles me greatly. We should weigh all issues up and make wise, evidence-based decisions. On the one hand, I welcome the Bill and I certainly welcome and support science-based approaches to technologies such as genetic modification and what the...

Western Jet Foil and Manston Asylum Processing Centres (31 Oct 2022)

Suella Braverman: ...to our heroic Border Force officials on a regular basis and they tell me about their first-hand experience. What they have seen is repeated and vexatious claims. They see people arriving and not making a claim, then they might see a lawyer and suddenly come up with a claim after they have seen their lawyer. They make repeated and late claims as well, because they know that that is how to...

Coroners (Determination of Suicide) Bill [HL] - Second Reading (28 Oct 2022)

Lord Trevethin and Oaksey: ...Reform and as having sat on the Select Committee that looked into the current, and unquestionably unsatisfactory, state of gambling legislation in this country a couple of years ago. I will make one or two observations about the rather slow developments in relation to the reform of gambling legislation, a matter with which the right reverend Prelate is very familiar. The current position...

Backbench Business: World Menopause Day — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] (27 Oct 2022)

Kirsten Oswald: ...more about it, and we might see better provisions at work and in wider society. There are some important voices out there who are doing a brilliant job of keeping the issue on the wider radar and making sure that these conversations about menopause are not unspeakable—that they do happen. We have heard about Liz Earle, and I also want to mention Davina McCall. Her work—I am very...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Assembly Business: Election of Speaker and Deputy Speakers (27 Oct 2022)

Justin McNulty: ..., and this is what they told me: "Members of this Assembly have a responsibility to represent and deliver. The people you serve are not leverage and should not be used as political pawns in a chess game where everyone loses. Regardless of whether you back Brexit or not, it is now time to back your people, not weaken the democracy we depend on. Holding this Chamber and our Executive to...

Public Bill Committee: Financial Services and Markets Bill: Clause 23 - Implementation of mutual recognition agreements (27 Oct 2022)

Andrew Griffith: I will not fully bind the Government on that, but the hon. Lady makes a reasonable point. These are not matters of overly partisan division between us, and it would certainly be our intention to do that, so that the scrutiny under CraG, and the scrutiny required by the affirmative procedure, can be carried out, and so that the right resources can be dedicated to it. The hon. Member for...

Scottish Parliament: Royal National Mòd 2022 (Perth) (27 Oct 2022)

Alasdair Allan: ...Mòd greatly since 2019, although some events were held online in the meantime. It was great to gather in the same place again for the Mòd, so I congratulate An Comunn Gàidhealach on its work to make the 2022 Mòd such a success. For members who do not know much about the Mòd and what it means for many Gaels, I will tell a story about something that happened at the Mòd a few years ago....

Republic of Ireland: British Passports - Question for Short Debate (26 Oct 2022)

Lord Rogan: ...the Good Friday agreement, as did the noble Lord, Lord Browne. Despite being on opposite sides of the debate in 1998, I am sure the noble Lords would agree that the Belfast agreement was a huge game-changer with regard to national identity. Under the provisions of that agreement, Northern Ireland residents can apply for an Irish passport, and many, from both political traditions, have...

Online Harms — [Peter Dowd in the Chair] (26 Oct 2022)

Kirsty Blackman: ...since the commencement of the Bill Committee earlier this year. The internet is wonderful and brilliant. There are so many cool and exciting things to do on it. There are so many ways in which it makes our lives easier and enables people to communicate with each other. I can be down here and Facetime my children, which would not have been possible had I been an MP 20 or 30 years ago. Those...

Global Food Security — [Mark Pritchard in the Chair] (26 Oct 2022)

Jim Shannon: ...Government have committed to all those things. I fully support that, and I understand the need to do those things. This is about the safety of the world. We are not just individuals playing our own game; the rest of the world impacts us all, so the title of the debate, “Global food security,” is apt. We are part of a team that work together as best we can. We therefore have a need for...

Scottish Parliament: Cost of Living (26 Oct 2022)

Paul Sweeney: ...do the Tories not understand about the impact of their indecision on financial markets and the knock-on impact on people’s household finances? Why do they not realise that it is not some parlour game for millionaires? When will they realise that more of the same austerity economics simply does not work? The richest man ever to sit in the House of Commons has been crowned as Prime...

Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill (25 Oct 2022)

Stella Creasy: ...to abolish and be able to tell my constituents about that before being asked to do so. It is also not clear how the legislation will operate in the devolved legislatures. Of course, that matters in making sure that laws are tenable if they are to cross borders, let alone for our colleagues in Northern Ireland who face multiple legislative processes—all that red tape that we were told we...

Public Bill Committee: Financial Services and Markets Bill: Clause 20 - Financial promotion (25 Oct 2022)

Andrew Griffith: ...online platforms in respect of financial promotions. As so many of the problems we face originate online, that will be a valuable extension. Some online service providers have already upped their game. I hope that we see much more significant progress, given some of the regulation. On the detailed application of the regulatory gateway set out in the clause and in schedule 5, the...

Section 21 Evictions — [Caroline Nokes in the Chair] (25 Oct 2022)

Matthew Pennycook: ...taking a property back—for example, anti-social or criminal behaviour. We also share the sector’s concern about how ongoing delays in court proceedings could impact on a landlord’s ability to make use of such grounds. However, it is a welcome sign that most landlords and landlord associations now appreciate that greater security and better rights and conditions for tenants are the...


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