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Environment Bill: New Clause 21 - Habitats Regulations: power to amend general duties (26 May 2021)

Rebecca Pow: ...have tabled amendments. However, the shadow Secretary of State, the hon. Member for Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport (Luke Pollard), in his tirade at the beginning seemed totally unaware of just how many measures this Bill will introduce to look after and protect our environment, the countryside and nature. It truly is a landmark Bill. I will give him some quotes from environmental...

Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Bill [HL] - Second Reading (24 May 2021)

Lord Kennedy of Southwark: ...bits. Sadly, it is doing exactly that. The Government have form here. On a lot of legislation, they like doing the easy bits and making announcements about what will come down the track, but in many cases we are still waiting for what is coming down the track. I am reminded of the Housing and Planning Act 2016—a dreadful piece of legislation. Thankfully, Theresa May got rid of most of...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (5th Day) (18 May 2021)

Baroness Fullbrook: ...and Lord Arbuthnot. I was the council leader in the constituency of my noble friend Lord Arbuthnot when he was a Member of the other place. His guidance, intellect and good humour saw us take on many issues together. My noble friend Lord Trimble is an inspiration of mine. As a Glasgow-born descendant of Ulster Scots with strong ties in both Scotland and Northern Ireland, I was seen by my...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (4th Day) (17 May 2021)

Baroness Andrews: ...for all of us to see what we can achieve. The fundamental question at the heart of this debate is: what does it mean and what does it take to build better for the communities of the future? Many noble Lords have answered that question this evening with great sophistication and power: good jobs, lifelong skills, decent incomes, accessible, affordable housing for all ages, robust local...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (2nd Day) (12 May 2021)

Lord Razzall: ...Members have said, why have the Government’s proposals for social care been reduced to one sentence? “Proposals on social care … will be brought forward”, the speech says. We have been many times through the history of the majority Tory Government since 2015, ducking the implementation of the Dilnot recommendations from 2009. As other speakers reminded us, the Prime Minister said...

Debate on the Address: Better Jobs and a Fair Deal at Work (12 May 2021)

Theresa Villiers: ...see England divided into growth, renewal and protected zones. Local democratic input into planning decisions would be removed altogether in areas designated for growth. That means there would be many thousands of developments over which local people would have no say at all. There would be no planning application to which to object, so the big campaigns led by residents, with which we are...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (11 May 2021)

Theresa May: ...all innocent victims, so this is a particularly difficult time to be looking at the issue of legacy in Northern Ireland. I grew up watching TV news reports of the troubles in Northern Ireland. Too many people died, the majority at the hands of terrorists. Too many were injured, too many lives were shattered, too many people lived in fear, too many families live wondering what has happened...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (1st Day): Motion for an Humble Address (11 May 2021)

Baroness Sanderson of Welton: ...Address. It is an honour to do so and a particular honour to follow my noble friend Lord Bates, a true gentleman whom I first met when he was at the Home Office and I began working as an adviser to Theresa May. It was a relatively short acquaintance, for in 2016 he resigned to walk 2,000 miles from Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro to raise awareness of the Olympic Truce. At the time I...

Fire Safety Bill - Commons Reason: Motion A1 (as an amendment to Motion A) (28 Apr 2021)

Lord Kennedy of Southwark: ...Minister—the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom—been saying for the past 18 months. I shall remind the House of one or two of his quotes—not all because there are loads of them. There are many examples and I suggest that noble Lords, particularly those on the Government Benches, would do well to reflect on some of those comments, read what he said, think about them and consider...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Brexit: EU Card Transaction Fees (19 Apr 2021)

Andrew Muir: ..., I do have to recall, in relation to some of the comments made through the debate about the Brexit deal that we have at present, that the DUP did have an opportunity to shape that deal over many years while it was part of a confidence-and-supply agreement with Theresa May, but it failed to do that and left us with a hard Brexit. The situation that we are debating regarding credit card...

Financial Services Bill - Report (3rd Day) (and remaining stages): Amendment 33 (19 Apr 2021)

Lord Sikka: ...are not explained to Parliament and the people? One of our greatest failures is to not develop durable institutional structures, effective laws and enforcement, and a major reason for this is that many frauds and abuses are simply covered up. The Minister, the noble Earl, Lord Howe, said in Committee that Section 77 of FiSMA provides safeguards and that “the Treasury can require the...

Animal Welfare (Sentencing) Bill - Second Reading (16 Apr 2021)

Lord Randall of Uxbridge: ...have an obligation to provide for the welfare needs of animals we have control over, which should be safe in our care, whether they be as pets or farm animals or in other captive environments. Like many Members in the other place and in your Lordships’ House, we have pets that have been a constant companion to us, particularly in these rather testing Covid times. My own rescue hound was...

Domestic Abuse Bill: Clause 2 - Definition of “personally connected” (15 Apr 2021)

Theresa May: ...all the Lords amendments, I recognise that everybody has been working to make the Bill what they believe to be absolutely the best. This really important Bill will save lives and protect the too many people who, daily, are sadly abused by their partners and those they are living with in horrific and terrible ways. I turn now to specific amendments. I have just referenced the abuse that...

His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (12 Apr 2021)

Theresa Villiers: ...places visited and the proximity to the public. I recall his being solicitously at the Queen’s side, for example, as we visited St George’s market in Belfast. The market is right up close to many locations that saw more than their fair share of violence during Northern Ireland’s long years of tragedy, yet the biggest security scares that day were a Belfast teenager sneaking a quick...

UK Steel Production: Greensill Capital (25 Mar 2021)

Theresa Villiers: For all the many reasons set out by Members today, retention of a domestic steel industry is vital for our economy and our security. Will the Secretary of State set out what he is doing to ensure that we have the right regulatory climate for steel to thrive? Will he commit that, if other countries dump steel on world markets that has been inappropriately subsidised, he will take action via...

Battle of Barnet: 550th Anniversary (23 Mar 2021)

Caroline Dinenage: It is a great pleasure to serve under your stewardship, Ms Rees. I thank my right hon. Friend the Member for Chipping Barnet (Theresa Villiers) for securing this fascinating debate. We have been all over the place, from “Game of Thrones” to Shakespeare, and she has entertained and educated us. As my right hon. Friend says, we should recognise that this is a very sad anniversary. It is...

Sri Lanka (18 Mar 2021)

Wes Streeting: I, too, draw Members’ attention to my entry in the Register of Members’ Financial Interests. Like the right hon. Member for Chipping Barnet (Theresa Villiers), this time last year, just as the seriousness of the pandemic had become clear in our country and days before formal lockdown was introduced, I was in Geneva, lobbying delegations and missions to the UN Human Rights Council about...

Backbench business: Social Care Reform — [Dr Rupa Huq in the Chair] (18 Mar 2021)

Liz Kendall: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Dr Huq. As many others have done, I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Worsley and Eccles South (Barbara Keeley) on securing this debate. She has been a tireless, long-standing champion of these issues, and I really do pay tribute to her for her hard work. I think that reforming social care—along with tackling climate change—is...

Health and Social Care Update (18 Mar 2021)

Theresa Villiers: ...to fund the scientists who made it all possible. With these constraints on supply, is the Secretary of State still confident that we can follow our road map to release, which is so important to so many families and businesses across the country?

Scottish Parliament: Drug Deaths and Harms (18 Mar 2021)

Neil Findlay: ...that they could have been. Think of that waste of talent—of the deaths of people like me, my family, my pals and my community. That is what drives my campaigning on this. I have said it many times, but if this carnage was happening in the leafy suburbs or commuter villages, it would have been sorted a long time ago. There will be no political leaders canvassing homeless drug users, and...


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