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Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Commons Reasons and Amendments (Continued): Motion E1 (as an amendment to Motion E) (22 Mar 2022)

Lord Coaker: ...expressed, which will be shared by all of us across this House. As he protected us, he protected our democracy. As ever, we are grateful to PC Palmer for his sacrifice and for the sacrifice of so many others. I am pleased to join the Minister in her tribute. This is an extremely important group of amendments. I thank the Minister for her thoughtful reply, even though I am going to disagree...

Motor Vehicles (Compulsory Insurance) Bill - Second Reading (18 Mar 2022)

Lord Robathan: ...before that, an excellent debate—which I commend to anyone who wishes to read it—in Westminster Hall on 22 September last year, which was led by my right honourable friend for Chipping Barnet, Theresa Villiers, whose speech I will refer to extensively. The essence of the Bill is that it removes EU rules that were created by an ECJ judgment in the Vnuk case. For background, if I might...

Backbench Business: Gender Specific Religious Persecution — [Christina Rees in the Chair] (17 Mar 2022)

Jim Shannon: .... I am always mindful that Thursday afternoon is sometimes what we refer to as the graveyard shift. The fact is that from Tuesday there has not been the same level of whipping, which indicates that many people are away. It does not lessen the importance of the issue. We had sought to have the debate earlier to tie in with International Women’s Day, but the opportunity did not arise. I am...

Health and Care Bill - Report (4th Day): Amendment 170 (16 Mar 2022)

Lord Sentamu: ...time. That is my worry. My views on assisted dying are very clear. I will debate it whenever the issue comes back again, but the issue for me now is to avoid what was happening towards the end of Theresa May’s Government, when the Back-Benchers were trying to take control of government business. That led us into a mess. I am not against speaking in favour of any Government of any colour,...

Ukraine (15 Mar 2022)

Theresa May: ...from this House that those responsible for initiating and prosecuting this war will be held accountable for their war crimes. As I look around the Chamber, I am sure that there are going to be many speeches on a number of matters relating to the war in Ukraine: security and defence matters, military matters, sanctions and refugees. Indeed, such references have been made in the two opening...

Nationality and Borders Bill - Report (3rd Day): Amendment 65 (8 Mar 2022)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: ..., what an extraordinary backdrop to today’s debate and to this Bill it was for us all to have been privileged to sit in the Gallery and listen to President Zelensky. The UNHCR suggests that as many as 3 million people will be displaced and become refugees, joining the 82 million people who are displaced or are refugees worldwide at this time. What a backdrop to our consideration of how...

Scottish Parliament: International Women’s Day 2022 (8 Mar 2022)

Tess White: International women’s day has been observed for more than a century. In many parts of the world, much has changed for women since the early 1900s, from enfranchisement to the #MeToo movement. In other parts, progress has slowed significantly or has even reversed, sometimes drastically. So, although today is a celebration of the remarkable achievements of women around the world, it is also a...

Health and Care Bill - Report (2nd Day) (Continued): Amendment 108 (3 Mar 2022)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: ...the House that the list of those supporting the amendment includes the British Medical Association, Accountability Unit, atrocity prevention organisations such as the World Uyghur Congress and many others. I also drew the attention of the seminar about this amendment held in your Lordships’ House two days ago to the valued support of my noble friend Lord Stevens of Birmingham, the...

Scottish Parliament: United Kingdom Shared Prosperity Fund (2 Mar 2022)

Stuart McMillan: ...elsewhere in these islands. I am not prepared to beg for the crumbs off the table when the disrespect agenda that the UK establishment has had for Scotland is there for all to see and has been for many generations. After the Brexit referendum, which resulted in Scotland being dragged out of the EU against its will, the then Prime Minister, Theresa May, met the First Minister to discuss a...

Higher Education Reform - Statement (28 Feb 2022)

Baroness Sherlock: My Lords, in May 2019, the then Prime Minister, Theresa May, launched the report of the Augar review. That was a long time ago, and it feels like a very long time ago. I wish I could say that the time has been well used, but let us have a look at what has been put out in this report. First, there are changes to student loans. From the academic year 2023-24, the interest rate on loans will be...

Backbench Business: Christians and Religious Minorities: India (24 Feb 2022)

Kemi Badenoch: ...Front Benchers, the hon. Members for North Ayrshire and Arran (Patricia Gibson) and for Hornsey and Wood Green (Catherine West), and to my right hon. Friend the Member for Chipping Barnet (Theresa Villiers), the hon. Member for Coventry North West (Taiwo Owatemi), my right hon. and learned Friend the Member for South Swindon (Sir Robert Buckland) and my hon. Friends the Members for...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Supply Resolution for the Northern Ireland Spring Supplementary Estimates 2021-22 and Supply Resolution for the Northern Ireland Estimates: Vote On Account 2022-23 (22 Feb 2022)

Conor Murphy: a decade-long issue, if not a decades-long one, primarily coming from Westminster. Some time back, the party opposite had the opportunity to support an austerity Government in the shape of Theresa May's Government or one that promised to invest in public services, and it chose to support an austerity Government. Although I do not take the DUP back to the very start of the problem, it...

India-UK Trade Negotiations — [Philip Davies in the Chair] (22 Feb 2022)

Gareth Thomas: giving us the opportunity to begin scrutiny of a trade agreement. I hope that the contributions by the hon. Member for Wyre Forest (Mark Garnier), the right hon. Member for Chipping Barnet (Theresa Villiers), my right hon. Friend the Member for Walsall South (Valerie Vaz), my hon. Friends the Members for Ealing, Southall (Mr Sharma) and for Stockport (Navendu Mishra), and the hon....

Living with Covid-19 (21 Feb 2022)

Theresa Villiers: One of the cruellest aspects of the pandemic has been that many people have been unable to visit their sick or even dying relatives in hospital. Visiting has still been very difficult even with the improvement in the covid situation. Will the Prime Minister make sure that this is the day when NHS visiting requirements in our hospitals go back to normal? That is the humane and compassionate...

Nationality and Borders Bill - Committee (5th Day) (Continued): Amendment 174 (10 Feb 2022)

Lord Wallace of Saltaire: ...tier 1 investor visas in 2008. Conditions were tightened under the coalition Government in 2011 and further in 2014. Successive Governments, from different parties, have allowed them to continue. Theresa May announced a review of the scheme in 2018, after the Salisbury poisonings raised concerns about the numbers of wealthy Russians resident in the UK, but so far that review has not been...

Nationality and Borders Bill - Committee (5th Day): Amendment 169A (10 Feb 2022)

Lord McColl of Dulwich: ...Bill as a Private Member’s Bill to your Lordships, and your Lordships very kindly passed it in all its stages, thanks to the support of the whole House. I then sent it to the then Prime Minister, Theresa May, who made it a government Bill and made it comprehensive, with the support of many people in both Houses. I wish to speak to the amendments in my name to Clauses 63 and 64, on...

Nationality and Borders Bill - Committee (5th Day): Amendment 151D (10 Feb 2022)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: that there is— “would urge you to … ensure that vulnerable survivors of trafficking and slavery are not prevented from accessing the support they deserve.” It is hard to see how many of the measures that we are debating very briefly in the context of such an important set of provisions will enable that to happen. I do not want to pre-empt what I am going to say on my...

Work and Pensions: Poverty: Pensioners (7 Feb 2022)

Theresa Villiers: Will the Minister ensure that supporting our pensioners remains a top priority across Government? What is he doing personally to ensure that as many pensioners as possible benefit from the Chancellor’s support package on energy prices?

Cumberlege Report — [Andrew Rosindell in the Chair] (3 Feb 2022)

Theresa May: ...has taken place, is brought in, and there is much more of a sense of no-fault compensation and of not needing to go to litigation. NHS Resolution gets involved in litigation, and it can take many years before that is resolved.

Motor Vehicles (Compulsory Insurance) Bill (28 Jan 2022)

Peter Bone: ...Member for Wythenshawe and Sale East (Mike Kane), also rightly made the point, “Hang on, motor industry, we have done you a pretty good favour today. How about looking after motorists?” Like so many organisations, it is very quick to put things up but not so quick to bring them down, so I hope that that was noted. My hon. Friend the Member for East Surrey (Claire Coutinho) said that...

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