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Public Bill Committee: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Examination of Witnesses (25 Oct 2022)

Commander Adams: Again, you heard from colleagues earlier about this. The big thing for us is making sure that checks are undertaken to ensure that individuals who are setting up companies or have a significant stake in them are verified, to give us, as Adrian said, those investigative lines of inquiry into individuals. For us, that is the biggest game changer in what we are currently...

Rugby League World Cup 2022 (25 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: ...of culture to this country. A number of fan zones will be set up near the venues in city centres, and fans from competing nations will be able to mingle and learn from each other’s heritage. The games themselves also offer brilliant opportunities to witness other nations’ cultures. At the opening match, which I attended, I saw the spectacular Siva Tau, which is performed by the Samoan...

Scottish Parliament: Hunting with Dogs (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (25 Oct 2022)

Ariane Burgess: ...and respect that they need and deserve. There are areas where we agree, and I am confident that there will be scope to work with the Government and other parties to strengthen the bill as it makes its way through Parliament. The Greens will support the bill at stage 1, but to retain our support, it is essential that three loopholes in the legislation are closed. It is already an offence to...

Doncaster Sheffield Airport (24 Oct 2022)

Dan Jarvis: ...at the time. I was always of the view that one of the greatest things we could do to support the long-term economic viability of DSA was to continue to invest in the supporting infrastructure, to make it easier for people to get to the airport. That is why my then officers, working closely with Doncaster Council, did a huge amount of work to draw together the basis of a proposal that would...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Video Games: Investment (24 Oct 2022)

Julia Lopez: 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 industries, the Government has committed to an £8 million expansion of the UK Games Fund. The UK Games Fund will continue to provide valuable support to early-stage games development and talented graduates throughout the UK. In addition, the Video...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Video Games: Industry (24 Oct 2022)

Julia Lopez: The Government is committed to supporting the growth of the UK’s video games sector and we recognise that video games bring economic, cultural and social benefits across the UK. The video games industry trade body Ukie has estimated the value of the consumer games market at £7.16 billion in 2021, more than doubling in value since 2013. As part of a wider package to support the growth of...

Carer’s Leave Bill (21 Oct 2022)

Wendy Chamberlain: ...looking after children and dependants, but looking after older generations as well. That is an increasing challenge for people, for employers and for society at large. If I could, I would want to make it all better for Amanda, but I cannot. Ageing and illness are a part of life, and we care for family members because we love them and it is what we do. However, I know from research by...

Motor Neurone Disease (20 Oct 2022)

Jim Shannon: ..., the existing system will not support the infrastructure needed for close collaboration between five of our leading universities and 22 research centres. Without this ongoing close collaboration, game-changing progress cannot be realised. How can we better use the universities and that collaboration? Having full, reliable funding over five years, without the need to reapply repeatedly,...

Backbench Business: FIFA World Cup 2022 (20 Oct 2022)

Bambos Charalambous: The right hon. Gentleman is absolutely right. There are issues within our own game with footballers coming out as gay or LGBTQ+. That is an issue for sport across the UK and beyond. However, the point I am making is about supporters and the experience that they might have in Qatar, where it is a criminal offence to be gay. There are nuances in that, but I take the point and we need to do a...

Cost of Living: Public Well-being - Motion to Take Note (20 Oct 2022)

Baroness Sherlock: ..., and put pension funds at risk, then have the nerve to suggest that low-income families should pick up the bill for it. Instability really matters on a macro scale because it shakes markets and makes us all poorer. It also matters on a micro scale because, when you can only just make ends meet, above all you need certainty. I am sure other noble Lords have had similar experiences, but I...

Public Bill Committee: Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: New Clause 66 - Disability accessibility standards for railway stations (20 Oct 2022)

Tim Farron: ...problems. It is outrageous that just because these are not huge main line stations they are inaccessible for many people in our community. New clause 66 seeks to prevent the kind of bidding game that we will always lose because the station is too small. It makes it compulsory for there to be direct decent access to railway stations for people with disabilities and other mobility issues.

Violent Crime, Gang Activity and Burglaries - Motion to Take Note (20 Oct 2022)

Baroness Donaghy: ...else in the United Kingdom and so deserves better from the government policy on law and order. One of the worst aspects of a failing Government treating deadly serious subjects as if they are a game in a children’s sandpit is that it drags all of us and the work we try to do down, and ignores the misery and stress of people waiting for justice, walking the streets in fear or working in...

Ban on Fracking for Shale Gas Bill (19 Oct 2022)

Rebecca Long-Bailey: Fracking will not solve the energy crisis. Indeed, the shale gas extracted by fracking would make no difference to gas prices and is a more expensive alternative to renewables. Further, fracking would demonstrably increase the risk of local earth tremors, as recently confirmed by the British Geological Survey. On the wider environmental impact, Greenpeace says: “Not only is fracking bad for...

Energy Prices Bill - Second Reading (19 Oct 2022)

Baroness Hayman: My Lords, I declare my interests as set out in the register. Like the noble Lord, Lord Redesdale, I hope that I can be brief, because many of the points that I wanted to make have been made very eloquently by the noble Baronesses, Lady Worthington and Lady Young of Old Scone, and the noble Lord, Lord Foster. Nevertheless, I endorse and emphasise three particular areas that have been spoken...

Economic Update - Statement (19 Oct 2022)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: ...or the right experiences to get our country back on track. While MPs hold back-room talks about the fate of the Prime Minister, interest and mortgage rates just go up and up. This is not a party game, where the job of PM is shuffled around like a game of pass the parcel. As for the Government’s growth plan, the only things that seem to be growing at the moment are inflation and mortgage...

Transport in Nottinghamshire — [Sir George Howarth in the Chair] (19 Oct 2022)

Tom Randall: ...the train to be an option for those travelling to the city of Nottingham for leisure. This can and must be remedied. Improvements on the lines between Nottingham, Lincoln and Grantham can help to make rail journeys competitive with car journeys. I know that the Minister will receive a business case from Midlands Connect in the new year on how to make improvements on this line. Can she make...

Public Bill Committee: Financial Services and Markets Bill: Examination of Witnesses (19 Oct 2022)

...us another method by which we will be reporting and considering our outcomes against. We will take that into account. We think it can work as a secondary objective. On the various elements that make up competitiveness that have been touched on earlier, I think that innovation and ensuring that we can stay ahead of the game with the pace of development across the financial services markets...

Port of Dover: Border Controls (18 Oct 2022)

Natalie Elphicke: ...from across the EU to Dover for import. Whether that is just-in-time manufacturing goods for the hubs of the midlands or seafood from Scotland bound for the continent, Dover plays a key role in making the midlands engine rev, in driving the northern powerhouse and in ensuring that the economy as a whole continues to hum. It is not just trade that goes through Dover. There are also the HGV...

Public Bill Committee: Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: New Clause 18 - Start of development for planning purposes (18 Oct 2022)

Greg Smith: There is clearly a game afoot, whereby many developers up and down the land acquire planning permission, but do not build out what they have received planning permission for. I stand to be corrected, but I believe that around a million homes that have planning permission are not being built out. New clause 18 would shut down some of the loopholes that are exploited; for example, if a trench...

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill: New Clause 14 - Requirement to register foreign influence arrangements (18 Oct 2022)

Holly Lynch: My hon. Friend is absolutely right. We thought that that was quite an aspiration at the time, but now it is looking even more unlikely. I just make the point to the Minister that that needs consideration to make sure we do not lose the definitions, or something more substantial under Government amendment 9. Government new clause 15 defines “political influence activity” for the purposes...


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