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Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - Tributes (Continued) (10 Sep 2022)

Lord Harris of Haringey: My Lords, I am sorry for that slightly unseemly moment. There have been many fine tributes and I am sure that there will be many more from all corners of the House. That reflects the way in which we have all been touched by the life of Her Majesty the late Queen. We have all suffered a loss but, until Thursday evening, I had not appreciated how much of a loss was felt around the world. I...

Tributes to Her Late Majesty The Queen (9 Sep 2022)

Maria Miller: ...by way of grieving. I will always remember the first time I had the privilege of meeting Her late Majesty, which was at Balmoral in September 2012 when I was appointed as a Privy Counsellor. As many have already said, such encounters involve a number of briefings. Perhaps knowing that I shared Her late Majesty’s love of dogs, I was warned not to encounter the Corgis too closely, because...

UK Energy Costs (8 Sep 2022)

Theresa May: ...when he sums up this debate the Secretary of State could indicate how that net zero review will fit in with the net zero strategy that the Government published in advance of COP26, and which many are already working on. While my right hon. Friend the Prime Minister has acted swiftly and correctly to help people over these difficult times, it makes sense to accelerate our transition to a...

Public Bill Committee: Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: Schedule 11 - Infrastructure Levy (8 Sep 2022)

Greg Smith: ...still sits in rubble, as opposed to housing and beautiful green parks. I will speak principally to amendment 59, which is tabled in the name of my right hon. Friend the Member for Chipping Barnet (Theresa Villiers), to which I too have put my name. It goes to the nub of the concerns that many Members across the House have about planning reform and the way we should go forward. There is a...

Social Housing (Regulation) Bill [HL] - Committee: Amendment 6 (6 Sep 2022)

Baroness Sanderson of Welton: ...group, but I first apologise for not being able to speak at Second Reading. Secondly, I declare my interests, as set out in the register, as someone who works with both the Grenfell community and Theresa May, who I shall mention in a moment. The Grenfell Tower fire exposed a host of social housing issues, but in terms of this amendment it is important to highlight one in particular: the...

Slavery and Human Trafficking (Definition of Victim) Regulations 2022 - Motion to Approve: Amendment to the Motion (20 Jul 2022)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: ...and for their continued engagement on what is clearly a very important topic for us all. I join the noble and learned Baroness, Lady Butler-Sloss, in paying tribute to the right honourable Theresa May for all that she did on modern slavery. I think that, ultimately, we all have the same goal: to ensure that victims of modern slavery are identified and supported. Before I turn to some...

Northern Ireland Protocol Bill: Clause 13 - Implementation, application, supervision and enforcement of the Protocol (20 Jul 2022)

Theresa Villiers: ...and compliance requirements. The Bill involves awkward compromises—I can accept that there will be some complexity with dual regulation, for example—but, let us face it, the same can be said of many laws, statutes and agreements that have been crucial in moving Northern Ireland forward and in safeguarding political stability in the 24 years since the Good Friday agreement. Of course,...

Women’s Health Strategy for England (20 Jul 2022)

Theresa Villiers: ...the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence guidelines NG73 to make sure that people have earlier diagnoses and better access to pain relief for this debilitating condition, of which too many doctors do not have a high enough awareness?

Climate and Ecology Bill [HL] - Second Reading (15 Jul 2022)

Lord Oates: ...its previous incarnation in the other place, where it was sponsored by Caroline Lucas. I pay tribute to her work and that of Zero Hour, which has been tireless in its advocacy for the Bill. While Theresa May’s Government are to be commended for having adopted the net-zero target for 2050, we are way off implementing the measures needed to achieve it. Moreover, recent government decisions...

Protecting and Restoring Nature: COP15 and Beyond (14 Jul 2022)

Deidre Brock: ...targets. The Scottish Government are backing this up by enshrining nature protection in law and prioritising biodiversity across a range of policy areas. The right hon. Member for Chipping Barnet (Theresa Villiers), who is no longer in her place, and other Members who have spoken in this debate, will be pleased to hear that, since 2012, the Scottish Government have funded the restoration...

Human Rights Act 1998 - Motion to Take Note (14 Jul 2022)

Baroness Whitaker: My Lords, may I first acknowledge the contribution to human rights of my dear friend of many years, the noble Baroness, Lady Greengross, a founder member of our Equality and Human Rights Commission, whose work for the rights of older people, among others, was so very effective? I am grateful for the opportunity to explore what the Human Rights Act 1998 has achieved by way of impact on...

Public Bill Committee: Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: Clause 83 - Role of development plan and national policy in England (12 Jul 2022)

Matthew Pennycook: ...removed from the Bill. The Government clearly know that they have a problem here: concerns about this matter were raised by a significant number of hon. Members on Second Reading, including a great many on the Government Benches. As attested to by amendment 57, in the names of the right hon. Member for Chipping Barnet (Theresa Villiers) and the hon. Members for Buckingham and for Isle of...

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill: Examination of Witness (7 Jul 2022)

...of their rendition by the US CIA. Subsequently, it emerged that the UK Government had provided the tip-off to enable that extraordinary rendition. The couple ultimately received an apology from Theresa May’s Government, recognising that the UK had shared intelligence that had contributed to the couple’s absolutely appalling mistreatment. That is not an isolated case. During the war on...

Scottish Parliament: Action Mesothelioma Day 2022 (30 Jun 2022)

Marie McNair: ...Research states: “it can take anywhere from 20 to 50 years after a person’s first exposure to asbestos to diagnosis with mesothelioma.” The disease is incurable, but some people survive for many years after diagnosis. Sadly, however, many cases are diagnosed at a late stage, the cancer having already spread from the lining of the lungs to other parts of the body. Unfortunately, at...

Scottish Parliament: Northern Ireland Protocol Bill (29 Jun 2022)

Sarah Boyack: ...of the day, and is hellbent on furthering its own political agenda, with no regard for the reputational risks to which it is opening up our country. It speaks volumes that the former Prime Minister Theresa May warned that unilateral attempts to scrap parts of the Northern Ireland protocol and the Brexit deal are not legal. Article 16 of the protocol allows the UK or the EU to invoke...

Northern Ireland Protocol Bill (27 Jun 2022)

Theresa May: ...might say, “Ah well, we knew about that, but we did not think the DUP would react in the way that it has.” I say to the Minister that the Government should have listened to the DUP in the many debates that went on over the withdrawal agreement, because it made its position on the protocol very clear at that point, and it was not positive. Finally, necessity suggests urgency;...

Antisemitism and Other Racism in Football (22 Jun 2022)

Nigel Huddleston: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Stringer. I thank my right hon. Friend the Member for Chipping Barnet (Theresa Villiers) for securing this important debate and all those who have participated. There is a very clear message coming from this Chamber today; it is clear from my right hon. Friend’s comments—and those of all Members who have spoken—that we all share the...

Scottish Parliament: World Refugee Day (21 Jun 2022)

Ruth Maguire: ...Article 14 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that everybody is entitled to seek asylum. Here, in the UK, we should reflect on how our involvement in various conflicts destabilised many of the regions and countries that folk are having to flee from, but that will need a whole other debate. Therefore, today, as we focus on refugees, let us simply ask ourselves this: if we...

Farmed Animals: Cages — [Mark Pritchard in the Chair] (20 Jun 2022)

Matt Vickers: ...to ensure that we continue to proudly lead the world on animal welfare. I welcome that the consultation is imminent, and the commitment to end the confinement of our animals. I pay tribute to the many hon. Members who have spoken in the debate. The hon. Member for Ellesmere Port and Neston (Justin Madders) spoke of the need to include game birds in any ban and the need for urgent action....

Schools Bill [HL] - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 35A (13 Jun 2022)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: ...and academies but it has prompted me to ask the Minister a wider question: what is the Government’s general policy in relation to grammar schools? We know that, in 2016, the then Prime Minister, Theresa May, said that she wanted to allow for an expansion in grammar schools. It was in the 2017 manifesto but nothing appeared in the Queen’s Speech; more recently, the Government have said...


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