Former MP for Cleveland (6 Dec 1923 – 9 Oct 1924)
Labour MP for Holborn and St Pancras (8 May 2015 – current)
Keir Starmer: I am Keir Starmer, Director of Public Prosecutions.
Keir Starmer: Keir Starmer, Director of Public Prosecutions.
Lindsay Hoyle: I am going to bring Keir Starmer back for one more question. Keir Starmer.
Lord Thomas of Gresford: If my learned noble friend will control himself for a moment, I shall come to that question in due course. Mr Starmer has indicated that he would wish to apply a public interest filter to both the tests that are set out in the amendment. Unlike an ordinary prosecution, Mr Starmer would wish to consider the public interest question on the threshold test as well as the full code test. His view...
Jim Allister: Going back to the comments of Keir Starmer, does the Minister think that the term of reference that says: "make recommendations on the future actions required to prevent and tackle child sexual exploitation" is adequate to permit a recommendation that, as Mr Starmer suggested, failure to report child sex abuse should be made a criminal offence? Is that term of reference adequate for that,...
Keir Starmer: I would be interested in the Government’s position on that, because it does not sit with what is in the code of practice. If all clause 30 intends is to say, “We thought he was called Keir Starmer; now we know he’s called Steve”—I have always wanted to be called Steve—“but the warrant applies to exactly the same person,” or, “We thought it was 137 Charlton Road; we now...
Bill Kidd: In an interview with the BBC, Sir Keir Starmer has claimed that in the forthcoming Scottish Parliament election Trident is not on the ballot paper, because it is not a matter for Holyrood. However, in 2015, here at Holyrood, Labour voted to oppose nuclear weapons, which was brilliant. Does the First Minister agree that spending increasing billions on weapons of mass destruction is...
Keir Starmer: ...that I would naturally support in principle, but if the vote on new clause 23 was not carried—and having looked at the voting record so far, I am not confident that it would be— Order. Mr Starmer, would it be helpful to say that you could table amendments to clause 222 on Report, if you wished to?
Keir Starmer: ...data which is comprised in, included as part of, attached to or logically associated with the communication”, so it has an integral link to the communication and thus to the content. Order. Mr Starmer, if you could keep your comments to clause 13 with just passing reference to clause 14 and further clauses, that would be great.
Sir Charles Walter Starmer, County of York, North Riding (Cleveland Division).
Sir Charles Starmer: On a point of Order. I would ask that the last Order should be one of the ten included this evening. It has been held up for a long time. They want to get on with the work, and to get light in a seaside place. This Order was held up for a change of Government.
Sir Charles Starmer: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware—
Sir Charles Starmer: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that even if the £7,000,000 is paid that payment is only made on the allotments, and that no attempt has been made to deal out justice?
Sir Charles Starmer: Would it not ease matters if fewer attendances were called for each week? There are where men have to walk over 100 miles a month in order to sign on the unemployment register.
Sir Charles Starmer: 65. asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware that the increased cost of building houses on Tees-side is due to transport charges of bricks; and whether he will co-operate with the local brick manufacturers with a view to additional plant being installed under a. guarantee to take their increased production?
Sir Charles Starmer: Will the hon. Member ask the Government to consider the question of utilising these premises for housing married soldiers and so save the spending of £400,000 in building houses at Catterick?
Sir Charles Starmer: 69. asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware that at Shaw End, Lealholm, in the North Riding of Yorkshire, there is only one delivery of letters every other day; and, as this causes great delay in correspondence, whether he will establish a daily delivery of letters in this village?
Sir Charles Starmer: 17. asked the Minister of Labour whether he will consider the question of making a lodging allowance to men who are compelled to work away from home and where they cannot get housing accommodation to remove their families?
Keir Starmer: It is a pleasure.
Nick Herbert: ...entry in the Table in paragraph (2) and insert— ‘Thursday 20 January Until no later Than 2.30 pm The Metropolitan Police Service; Liberty Thursday 20 January Until no later than 3.15 pm Keir Starmer QC, Director of Public Prosecutions’.