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Gaza: Un Human Rights Council Vote (21 May 2018)

Theresa Villiers: ...8217;s decision not to back a resolution that was one-sided and biased against Israel. Will the Minister urge the UNHRC to desist from adopting these heavily one-sided resolutions as they have done so many times in the past?

Business of the House (17 May 2018)

Pete Wishart: ...of Scott Hutchison, the lead singer of the wonderful Frightened Rabbit. His loss has galvanised all of Scotland and has helped to re-focus attention on young male suicide. Scotland has lost too many of its great artists to suicide. Scott, thank you for your wonderful, inspiring music. You will be sorely missed. We are going to have to find an awful lot of time for the Lords amendments to...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Animal Welfare: Disqualification Orders (16 May 2018)

Theresa Villiers: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, how many disqualification orders have been issued in England and Wales under s34 of the Animal Welfare Act 2006 in each of the last five years.

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Animal Welfare: Disqualification Orders (16 May 2018)

Theresa Villiers: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, how many disqualification orders under s34 of the Animal Welfare Act 2006 have been breached in England and Wales in each of the last five years.

Scottish Parliament: Erasmus+ (16 May 2018)

Graeme Dey: ...highlighted that young people in Scotland are “in the main, rather parochial in nature and exhibit a reluctance to undertake occupational mobility. This is particularly so with young people in the region where many have poor records of academic achievement and are socially disadvantaged.” The club therefore committed to using its participation in Erasmus+ to encourage other...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (16 May 2018)

Theresa May: ...members of staff in schools better to identify mental health problems among young people and to ensure that they can be properly dealt with. Is there more for us to do? Yes there is, because for too many years in this country, Government after Government did not treat mental health problems in the way that they should have done. We have recognised the need to raise awareness of mental...

Scottish Parliament: European Union (Withdrawal) Bill (15 May 2018)

Tavish Scott: ...and we will not change our view on that one iota, no matter how much shouting there is from members on my right. Adam Tomkins talked about the powers of the Scottish Parliament being built up over many years. Jim Wallace and David Steel, among many others, were heavily involved in that. They are also Europeans to their fingertips. However, here is the difference between Jim Wallace and...

Tributes: Baroness Jowell (14 May 2018)

Theresa May: ...she spoke so openly about her illness and campaigned tirelessly for greater brain cancer research. Even at what must have been some of her most difficult moments, her compassion for others shone through. Like many across the House, Tessa began her career in politics as a councillor, becoming an MP in 1992 and entering Government in 1997. Whether as councillor, a Back Bencher or a Minister,...

Iran Nuclear Deal - Statement (9 May 2018)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: ...some of the questions in turn. I assure both the noble Lord, Lord Collins, and the noble Baroness, Lady Northover, that we will continue to work very closely on the E3 front with our partners in Germany and France. In that regard, as I said in repeating the Statement, my right honourable friend the Foreign Secretary has spoken to their Foreign Ministers. All noble Lords will have seen...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (9 May 2018)

Theresa May: ...councillors. I gave a list of councils earlier where people had rejected Labour, like Barnet, Dudley and Peterborough. I can add Redditch to that list, and indeed other councils around the country. Many congratulations to her, to those councillors and to all the volunteers and activists who work so hard.

Scottish Parliament: National Health Service (Waiting Times) (9 May 2018)

Ross Greer: ...my usual European affairs hat and point out the harm that is already been done to our health service by the UK Government’s irrational and hostile immigration policy, including the minimum income threshold, which in many cases even prevents the nurses we so desperately need from coming and staying here—and that is before we deal with the coming disaster for our healthcare and...

Brexit: Sanctions Policy (European Union Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (3 May 2018)

Lord Collins of Highbury: ..., and all her colleagues for what is an excellent and timely report. It is timely because we have seen, down the other end, consideration of the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill. Many of the contributions made today were made at Second Reading of that Bill, because it is critical: sanctions are not made in isolation of our foreign policy; they have to be an integral part of it. Of...

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill - Report (5th Day) (2 May 2018)

Lord Empey: ...was announced to us through the press release of a Sinn Féin MP, not even a Sinn Féin MEP—Michel Barnier, according to Sam Coates in the Times, did the following: “During a visit to Ireland, Michel Barnier urged Theresa May to reconsider introducing a border in the Irish Sea”. We assume that that matter is resolved; I fear that it is not. Within the document...

Christchurch Council: Governance — [Geraint Davies in the Chair] (25 Apr 2018)

Christopher Chope: ...for single-tier local government does not have to be made in response to an invitation from the Secretary of State. Since the laying of those regulations, I have tabled a series of parliamentary questions to my right hon. Friend, to many of which I do not think I have received a satisfactory response. I shall refer to one or two of them now. Why has there been no specific consultation on...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (25 Apr 2018)

Theresa May: I am pleased that we are making progress on the withdrawal Bill. I think that has been acknowledged by all sides, and after many months of negotiation—I pay tribute to my right hon. Friends, particularly the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster for the work he has done in those negotiations—we have reached agreement with the Welsh Government. It is a significant achievement and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (18 Apr 2018)

Theresa May: As I have said, the Windrush generation did come here after the war, they did help to build this country, many of them worked in our public services and they contributed. They have a right to be here: they are British. That is why we are working with those who have no documentation to ensure that they have that provided for them. The decision was taken in 1971 not to require them to have...

Military Action Overseas: Parliamentary Approval (17 Apr 2018)

Theresa May: ...understanding is that he has understood the potential consequences of what is being proposed by the Opposition. Let me be absolutely clear what such a war powers Act would mean. It would mean that many smaller scale, timely and targeted interventions—like the action we have taken to alleviate further humanitarian suffering by degrading Syria’s chemical weapons capability and...

Syria: Syria (16 Apr 2018)

Theresa May: ..., which included her support for the action that we have taken. Nobody can doubt the passion with which she spoke about this subject. She has shown care, concern and compassion for Syrian refugees in many of her contributions in this House. The persistent and abhorrent use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime cannot go unanswered. It is in our national interest to prevent the further...


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