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Queen’s Speech - Debate (5th Day) (28 Jun 2017)

Lord Dykes: ...than in the stomachs of the Conservative Party? That must be driven out. We should go back to the public now because the Labour vote was also the vote of younger voters who are pro-Europe, which is something that the Labour Party has to sort out. Jeremy Corbyn will have to be made into an enthusiastic European in due course by his Labour colleagues, which will happen, I am sure. It means...

Debate on the Address: Health, Social Care and Security (28 Jun 2017)

...Campbell Dan Carden Alistair Carmichael Sarah Champion Douglas Chapman Jenny Chapman Bambos Charalambous Joanna Cherry Ann Clwyd Vernon Coaker Ann Coffey Julie Cooper Rosie Cooper Yvette Cooper Jeremy Corbyn Ronnie Cowan Neil Coyle David Crausby Angela Crawley Mary Creagh Stella Creasy Jon Cruddas John Cryer Judith Cummins Alex Cunningham Jim Cunningham Edward Davey Wayne David Geraint...

The Prime Minister Was Asked--: Engagements (28 Jun 2017)

Jeremy Corbyn: I welcome the announcement by the Crown Prosecution Service this morning that it will prosecute six people in relation to Hillsborough. The prosecution, the inquiry and this development happened only because of the incredible work done by the Hillsborough Justice Campaign, Andy Burnham, Steve Rotheram and other colleagues. We should pay tribute to all those who spent a great deal of time...

Scottish Parliament: European Union Negotiations and Scotland’s Future (27 Jun 2017)

Neil Findlay: ...on council budgets, on Highlands and Islands Enterprise and on the football act, and she ploughs on regardless. We can have a choice after Brexit: it is called a general election, when we can elect Jeremy Corbyn to lead a Labour Government and to change this country. That day cannot come soon enough for me. Does the First Minister fancy a general election tomorrow, the next day, next week...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (3rd Day) (26 Jun 2017)

Lord Low of Dalston: ...Attlee Government were elected. But people were hesitant about making a full-blooded commitment—hardly surprising in view of all the obloquy to which Labour was subjected. I was not much in sympathy with the reaction of the House to Jeremy Corbyn, either—as much from his own side as from the Government’s. He is obviously still regarded as beyond the pale of the narrow...

European Council (26 Jun 2017)

Jeremy Corbyn: Mr Speaker, may I join you in thanking all staff of the House of Commons for all the work they did over the weekend to ensure that our electronic systems are safe? I would be grateful if you passed that message on to staff. I thank the Prime Minister for the advance copy of her statement. Sixty-eight days ago, the Prime Minister stood on the steps of Downing Street and asked the country to...

Housing and Social Security (22 Jun 2017)

Andrew Slaughter: The Leader of the Opposition, my right hon. Friend the Member for Islington North (Jeremy Corbyn), rightly pointed out yesterday that this Queen’s Speech would be a thin, anaemic document had it been for one parliamentary year, but that as a two-year programme it is a positive embarrassment. Fortunately, however, we are unlikely to have to wait two years before the electorate is able...

Grenfell Tower (22 Jun 2017)

Jeremy Corbyn: I acknowledge the Prime Minister’s apologies for the very late arrival of her statement to my office, and I understand the reasons for it. I met the survivors at Grenfell Tower, as have a number of colleagues in the House, as I did the very inspiring volunteers co-ordinating so much of the relief effort for families who had lost so much. There is grief, there is anger, and there is also...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (1st Day) (21 Jun 2017)

Lord Forsyth of Drumlean: ...of separatists—to coin a phrase—for a generation. It looked like a good election for Labour. Indeed, it is behaving as if it won it, despite being 56 seats behind the Tories. And the new, rapturous enthusiasm on the Benches opposite for Jeremy Corbyn, is matched only by their relief that he is not running the country—go on, smile. Oh yes, Labour now certainly has...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (21 Jun 2017)

Theresa May: ...people. While those of us on this side of the House would have preferred more of them to vote for us, more young people going to the ballot box is something that we should all welcome. Let me also welcome the right hon. Member for Islington North (Jeremy Corbyn) back to his place as the Leader of the Opposition. He fought a spirited campaign and he came a good second, which was better...

Members Sworn (14 Jun 2017)

John Bercow: ...honourable Damian Howard Green, Ashford Right honourable Philip Hammond, Runnymede and Weybridge Right honourable Amber Rudd, Hastings and Rye Right honourable Justine Greening, Putney Right honourable Jeremy Richard Streynsham Hunt, South West Surrey Right honourable David Roy Lidington, Aylesbury Right honourable Andrea Jacqueline Leadsom, South Northamptonshire Right honourable Gavin...

Election of Speaker (13 Jun 2017)

Jeremy Corbyn: I follow the Prime Minister in her remarks about the importance of the work we all have to do in this Parliament, and I will come back to that in a moment. First, I congratulate the right hon. and learned Member for Rushcliffe (Mr Clarke) on becoming Father of the House. To me, he seemed a very well-established MP when I entered the House 34 years ago. I have never quite forgotten the image...

Scottish Parliament: Engagements (7 Jun 2017)

Ruth Davidson: The truth is that we do not need the First Minister to tell us what we already know, which is that the Labour Party cannot be trusted to stand up to the SNP. It is not just Kezia Dugdale—Jeremy Corbyn is even worse. She says, “You can have your indyref,” and he says, “Absolutely fine.” The First Minister has dragged Kezia Dugdale on to her ground. Given what she...

Scottish Parliament: Engagements (7 Jun 2017)

The First Minister: There we have another flip-flop from Kezia Dugdale. Not that long ago, she was telling us all that Jeremy Corbyn was completely unelectable; now, she is blowing with the wind all over again. The problem for Kezia Dugdale and Labour is that they have spent all their time in the campaign attacking the SNP and letting the Tories completely off the hook. Kezia Dugdale even...

Scottish Parliament: Child Poverty (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (1 Jun 2017)

Elaine Smith: Last Sunday, at a Jeremy Corbyn event in Glasgow, Ian Lavery—Labour’s candidate for Wansbeck—told us that on a school visit in his constituency, he saw a young boy in detention. When he inquired as to why, he found out that the boy’s crime was taking a sandwich from a classmate’s bag because he was so hungry. It really is unbelievable that we have to debate child...

Scottish Parliament: Protecting Workers’ Rights (31 May 2017)

Murdo Fraser: No. I need to make some progress. Jackie Baillie’s rhetoric seemed uncharacteristic of her. It was almost as if she was reading out Jeremy Corbyn’s stump speech. I was interested in the fact that the Labour Party is going into the election with a commitment to abolish zero-hours contracts entirely. I am not sure whether that is a credible position. When, in the previous session,...

Education (Student Fees, Awards and Support)(Amendment) Regulations 2017 - Motion to Regret (27 Apr 2017)

Lord O'Shaughnessy: .... He clearly has admirers in the Leader of the Opposition’s office if they have taken his proposal and put it in their manifesto. I leave it to others to judge whether having a policy adopted by Jeremy Corbyn is a good thing or not.

The Prime Minister Was Asked: Engagements (26 Apr 2017)

Jeremy Corbyn: This is the last Prime Minister’s Question Time of this Parliament, so I think it would be appropriate if we all paid tribute to those colleagues who have decided to leave the House. I thank them for their service to democracy in this country. I also thank you, Mr Speaker, for the way in which you have presided over this House and sought to reach out to the wider communities in this...

Northern Ireland (Ministerial Appointments and Regional Rates) Bill (24 Apr 2017)

Sammy Wilson: Does my hon. Friend accept that we see this pattern from the Labour party, especially under Jeremy Corbyn—

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Affordable Homes (24 Apr 2017)

Kelvin Hopkins: ...’s housing committee. The housing stock has halved in that time from compulsory sales. Is it not the truth that only a Labour Government led by my right hon. Friend the Member for Islington North (Jeremy Corbyn) will save Britain’s housing situation and make sure that people in Luton can have a decent home?


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