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Justice: Topical Questions (16 May 2023)

Alex Chalk: vote for rapists and serious violent criminals to spend two thirds of their sentence in custody, the hon. Gentleman voted against that. Indeed, I happen to remember, from when I was at the Bar, that his party did exactly the same in the Criminal Justice Act 2003. Whereas previously, people serving sentences over four years would serve two thirds of their sentence in custody, they cut it...

Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill - Report (1st Day): Amendment 3 (15 May 2023)

Baroness McIntosh of Pickering: ...sunset clauses in order to provide certainty for businesses and individuals that will be affected by the sunsetting of retained EU law, and for those such as the Law Society of Scotland, the Bar Council of England, the Law Society of England and Wales, and indeed the Faculty of Advocates, of which I am a non-practising member, to give them enough time to adapt. Amendment 36, in a similar...

Victims and Prisoners Bill (15 May 2023)

Bob Neill: the most distinguished manner; he comes to the position of Secretary of State and Lord Chancellor with a background in our criminal justice system that is second to none and a reputation at the Bar for scrupulous fairness and integrity. My right hon. and learned Friend and I both used to deal in the same kind of work and we are both still in contact with many who work in the criminal...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Launch of Community Ownership Fund Round 3 Prospectus (15 May 2023)

Dehenna Davison: ...the UK such as the Leigh Spinners Mill in Greater Manchester; the Queen’s Ballroom in Blaenau Gwent, Wales; St Columb's Hall in Derry City and Strabane, Northern Ireland; and the UK’s most remote pub, The Old Forge, in the Scottish Highlands. These projects are already making a genuine difference to their communities. I look forward to supporting many more small but mighty local assets...

Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 172 (11 May 2023)

Baroness Hoey: ...death and destruction just to the gay community. That even occurred after the 1995 ceasefires, in the case of a police officer, Darren Bradshaw, who was murdered by the INLA in the Parliament bar in 1997. The BBC is currently broadcasting a series about it entitled “Blood on the Dance Floor”. The Reverend David Templeton was murdered by the UVF in the same year. Their killings followed...

Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill (11 May 2023)

Justin Madders: ...for her she is the one who will have to hear from us the words that no Government Minister wants to hear: we told you so. We did, repeatedly, as did the Institute of Directors, the TUC, the Bar Council and a host of other organisations. It has to be asked: why did not the Government listen to those experts in the first place? It was completely unrealistic, reckless and frankly arrogant to...

Cabinet Office: National Emergency Test (11 May 2023)

Oliver Dowden: ...future. We will target the system as locally as possible—we can do so at the level of even a mast. It will be used in circumstances where people’s lives are at risk; it is a very high bar for usage.

Illegal Migration Bill - Second Reading (Continued) (10 May 2023)

Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws: ...persecution is one of the problems of this Bill. I want to speak to the fact that this Bill is having a huge impact on our global reputation. I am the director of an institute for the International Bar Association, so I travel to conferences regularly; I was only last week at the UN in New York. Judges and lawyers talk to me about their concerns with what is happening around issues of law...

Illegal Migration Bill - Second Reading (Continued) (10 May 2023)

Lord Cashman: ...will instead be stripped of the most basic human rights by this Government, whom I call the Tufton Street mob. I am indebted particularly to Amnesty International for its briefing, as well as the Bar Council, the Royal Society of Psychiatrists, the British Red Cross and LGBT group Time to be Out. I deeply regret the introduction of the Bill, which seeks to oust judicial control of...

Public Bill Committee: Data Protection and Digital Information (No. 2) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (10 May 2023)

Andrew Pakes: We think there should be a higher bar, because of the contractual nature. Whether it is self-employed workers contracting for a piece of work or an employment relationship, there is a fundamental difference in our view between my individual choice to go online and enter my data into a shop, because I want to be kept appraised of when the latest product is coming out—it is my...

Public Bill Committee: Data Protection and Digital Information (No. 2) Bill: Examination of Witness (10 May 2023)

John Whittingdale: Q So would you expect that as a result of the Bill, the bar to obtain certification will be higher?

Illegal Migration Bill - Second Reading: Amendment to the Motion (10 May 2023)

Baroness Prashar: ...with processes, integrate and contribute by being able to work here. The Bill falls very short of these objectives. In fact, several amendments introduced on Report in the other place will raise the bar even further. They will have the overall effect of making it even harder for people subject to the duty to remove them from the UK to resist removal. It will raise the threshold for a...

Illegal Migration Bill - Second Reading (10 May 2023)

Lord Murray of Blidworth: ...notice. Such a claim must be based on the fact that the person would face a real, imminent and foreseeable risk of serious and irreversible harm if they were removed. This is purposefully a high bar that reflects the terms on which the European Court of Human Rights may decide to indicate interim measures under rule 39 of its rules of court. Where a serious harm suspensive claim is upheld,...

Public Bill Committee: Data Protection and Digital Information (No. 2) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (10 May 2023)

...clear and on par with the EU is Government access to data for national security and intelligence purposes. That is something the EU will be very interested in to ensure that that is not where the bar goes down, but there is no reason to believe so and there is nothing in the Bill to tell us so.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Sanctions: Appeals (10 May 2023)

Andrew Mitchell: ...information on law firms or their clients. Lawyers must abide by their professional codes of conduct, enforced by independent regulators such as the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA) and the Bar Standards Board (BSB). We welcome the fact that in response to the Russia crisis, the SRA stepped up spot checks and investigations to monitor and enforce compliance with the sanctions regime.

Scottish Parliament: Patient Safety Commissioner for Scotland Bill: Stage 1 (10 May 2023)

Brian Whittle: ...concerns, who, coincidentally, had been labelled as “troublemakers” by some who were under scrutiny. An attempt was even made to blame some members of staff for the tragedy. Everything was done bar accepting the need to review the case and to learn. Eventually, HIS agreed to instigate an investigation. At the same time, a BBC investigative journalist began her own scrutiny. The upshot...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Climate Change: Protest (9 May 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: Non-compliance with the standards of conduct set out in the Bar Standards Board (BSB) Handbook is a matter for the BSB. The CPS does not hold any information on non-compliance with the cab rank principle by advocates it has sought to instruct. Furthermore, upon review, the CPS has confirmed that none of the signatories of the “Lawyers Are Responsible” declaration are current members of...

Scottish Parliament: Trauma-informed Justice for Victims and Witnesses (9 May 2023)

Jamie Greene: ...a serious risk of injustice.” Those are not my words; they come from the president of the Law Society of Scotland, whom I know he holds in great esteem. We have also heard repeatedly from every bar association in the land and many eminent lords and ladies and other commentators that they are nervous and uneasy about the plans. It is not only the media or politicians that are fuelling...

Scottish Parliament: Firefighters Memorial Day 2023 (4 May 2023)

Bill Kidd: ...a poignant reminder that, only 15 years earlier in Edinburgh, firefighters performed the same sad duty for their colleague Ewan Williamson, who tragically died while attending a fire at the Balmoral bar. Today, we pay our respects to all those who have lost their lives in the line of duty. Although praise must be given for the steps that have been taken to improve safety, the banner that...

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill - Committee (12th day) (Continued): Amendment 312 (3 May 2023)

Lord Northbrook: changing circumstances and respond to the needs of their local communities more easily and quickly. However, it remains the case that planning permission is required to change use to or from a pub. This ensures that local consideration can be given to any such proposals, in consultation with the local community”. I believe that local communities should have a say in the establishment...

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