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Data Protection Bill [HL] - Committee (2nd Day) (6 Nov 2017)

Baroness Harding of Winscombe: ...our children. It is clear that our children are not protected. What is more, children say that themselves. They love social media platforms, but in research conducted by the Children’s Society, 83% of children said that they think that social media companies should do more to protect them, and we know that if we ask parents we get very similar statistics. It is also clear that we...

Agriculture, Fisheries and the Rural Environment - Motion to Take Note (2 Nov 2017)

Lord Colgrain: ...are visible over the last few decades. The first is the ageing agricultural worker population, now averaging in their mid-50s, and declining in numbers overall. According to a Eurostat 2013 survey, 83% of workers are aged 45 or older. The second, a partial consequence, is the reduction in the number of family farms, and the increase in size of individual units. The average unit in our...

Leaving the EU: Consumer Protection — [Mr Gary Streeter in the Chair] (10 Oct 2017)

Margot James: ...best outcomes and to maintain strong consumer protections. As hon. Members have made clear, consumers are crucial for UK prosperity. Household expenditure accounts for around 60% of our economy. In 2016, 83% of UK consumers used the internet to order goods or services, and 23% used it to order goods or services from another EU country. Engaged, confident consumers stimulate competition in...

Scottish Parliament: Youth Football (26 Sep 2017)

Johann Lamont: ...be. Given the success of the senior Scottish women’s team in its recent qualification for the 2017 European championship tournament, members will perhaps forgive me for expressing our hope that, whatever the future for the regulation of youth football, the plans that are put in place will allow an investment in elite level girls’ football that is comparable with that in elite...

Letting Agent Fees (Tenants) — [Albert Owen in the Chair] (6 Sep 2017)

Siobhain McDonagh: ...of voicing their concerns, with 820 renters per day in 2014 being threatened with eviction for highlighting poor conditions in their home. Councils have the power to fine failing landlords but are strapped for cash themselves and simply cannot afford to enforce the regulations. Next month, the Government’s register of rogue landlords will become active, but unless tenants can access...

Taxi Trade — [Phil Wilson in the Chair] (18 Jul 2017)

Paul Scully: ...outlined by the hon. Member for Ilford North: they accept competition; they just want fair competition. That is absolutely right. Uber is disruptive by nature, so it will always come in and cause difficulties for a long-established, regulated trade such as black cabs. However, it has to be fair. The pricing has to be fair to drivers and to competition. Uber does supply something that we...

Written Answers — Home Office: Police Custody: Mental Illness (11 Jul 2017)

Nick Hurd: The commencement of sections 80 to 83 of the Policing and Crime Act 2017 - which amend sections 135 and 136 of the Mental Health Act 1983 - is being aligned with the making of related regulations on the use of police stations as places of safety for adults. These regulations are currently being finalised and will be laid in Parliament as soon as possible thereafter.

Businesses and SMEs - Motion to Take Note (6 Jul 2017)

Lord Tunnicliffe: ...suppliers as feeling, “in a constant state of jeopardy”, while a recent survey by MarketInvoice found that five major businesses—John Lewis, Alliance Boots, Home Retail Group, Marks & Spencer and Kingfisher—paid 83% of their bills late. The new payment practice and reporting regulations are a welcome step but lack rigour in both their reporting requirements and...

Written Answers — Home Office: Police Custody: Mental Illness (6 Jul 2017)

Nick Hurd: The circumstances in which a police station may be used as place of safety for an adult with a mental disorder will be specified by regulations. These regulations are currently being finalised and will be laid in Parliament as soon as possible thereafter. The Government will also issue guidance on the implementation of all of the amendments to sections 135 and 136 of the Mental Health Act...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (21 Jun 2017)

Meg Hillier: .... The Queen’s Speech identified a few items that the Government will particularly focus on, but this is the Government who promised to reduce quangos, and the Bill runs the risk of creating more as we transpose many regulations from European law to British law. The Queen’s Speech referred to nuclear, but we could also talk about medicines or animal rights. All those issues will...

Scottish Parliament: Scotland’s Economy (19 Apr 2017)

Murdo Fraser: ...was not a cap at 12.5 per cent but a cap at 14.7 per cent, because he had forgotten about the impact of inflation. Just this afternoon, I have heard from Fife Council that, because the Scottish Government laid its regulations to implement the cap so late, the rates demands that the council is issuing to businesses now do not take the cap into account and businesses will be asked to pay the...

Children and Social Work Bill [HL] - Commons Amendments (4 Apr 2017)

...order made by a court under this section.”(5) In subsection (7)—(a) in paragraph (c), after “secure accommodation in England” insert “or Scotland”;(b) after that paragraph, insert—“(d) a child may only be placed in secure accommodation that is of a description specified in the regulations (and the description may in particular be framed by...

Neighbourhood Planning Bill: Duty to have regard to post-examination neighbourhood development plan (28 Mar 2017)

Gavin Barwell: ...of the consequential provisions. The possibility of things being spotted really arises in relation only to the CPO provisions, which is why we have limited this power to part 2. Lords amendment 81 commences the regulation-making power in Lords amendment 4, and Lords amendment 82 commences the regulation-making power in Lords amendment 9. Lords amendment 84 will apply the same changes...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Lanosterol (21 Mar 2017)

Lord O'Shaughnessy: The drug Lanosterol is not licensed for human use in the United Kingdom. The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is responsible for the licensing of medicinal products according to legislation set out in European Directive 2001/83 EC. The MHRA's primary aim is the protection of public health, for which an important objective is assessing the safety, quality and...

Higher Education and Research Bill - Report (3rd Day) (13 Mar 2017)

Lord Young of Cookham: ...when they take out student loans. Protections are already available in law and take account of the particular nature of these loans. Student loans are not like the commercial loans of the sort regulated under the Consumer Credit Act; they are not for profit and are universally accessible. Repayments depend on the borrower’s income, not on the amount borrowed, and the interest rate is...

Amendment of the Law (8 Mar 2017)

Helen Goodman: ...;s poor productivity record. The best thing the Chancellor could do is to start to win battles on Brexit in the Cabinet. He needs to start to win the arguments on the customs union and on the need for harmonised regulation for industry on everything from medicines and chemicals to aviation and railway safety. It is uncertainty about those things that is causing the economic uncertainty and...

Digital Economy Bill - Committee (4th Day) (8 Feb 2017)

Lord Ashton of Hyde: ...is unfairly excluded from doing so. The current statutory targets for subtitling, signing and audio description, collectively known as access services, on domestic linear broadcast TV channels cover 83 channels. That is over 90% of the audience share for broadcast TV. However, these targets are not duplicated for on-demand services. Over the years there has been an increase in the...

European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill: Conduct of negotiations (8 Feb 2017)

Eleanor Laing: ...;European Medicines Agency— “In negotiating and concluding an agreement in accordance with Article 50(2) of the Treaty on European Union, Ministers of the Crown must have regard to the desirability of continuing to participate in the European Medicines Agency (EMEA) on the same basis as any other member state of the European Union.” This new clause would require Her...

Informal European Council: Parliamentary oversight of negotiations (6 Feb 2017)

Eleanor Laing: ...’s Government shall make an annual report to Parliament on its policy regarding state aid, government intervention in industry and fair competition arising from the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from European Union competition regulations.” This new clause seeks the publication of an annual report from Her Majesty’s Government in respect of the competition policy...

Higher Education and Research Bill - Committee (7th Day) (Continued) (30 Jan 2017)

Moved by Viscount Younger of Leckie 515: Clause 118, page 69, line 16, at end insert—“( ) Section 83(2)(ba)(ii) and (3) come into force, in relation to Wales, on such day as the Welsh Ministers may by regulations made by statutory instrument appoint.” Amendment 515 agreed. Amendment 516 not moved. Clause 118, as amended, agreed. Clause 119 agreed. House resumed. Bill...


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