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Coronation: Policing - Question (11 May 2023)

Lord Sharpe of Epsom: ...and some of their tactics. They do need powers to deal with that. Legislation needs to bed down. We need to let it bed in. We need to look at how it operates in practice”. That quote was from Sir Kier Starmer.

Scottish Parliament: Fisheries Negotiations (22 Nov 2022)

Fergus Ewing: ...heartedly agree with Dr Allan’s detailed description of the Home Office’s failings in that regard. Is he aware of the speech that was made recently by the leader of the Labour Party in England, Kier Starmer, who appeared to cast doubt on whether immigration was a good thing and make it clear that his party is opposed to it? That is particularly damaging and unhelpful to the fishing...

Scottish Parliament: Trade and Co-operation Agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union (30 Dec 2020)

Elizabeth Smith: Can Mr Leonard explain the difference in approach between Scottish Labour and Mr Kier Starmer, who was clear this morning that the choice on the table today is deal or no deal? Can he tell us why Labour has two such different approaches?

Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull) Regulations 2020 - Motion to Approve ( 7 Oct 2020)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: look at the data and share in the decisions that have to be made. My noble friend Lord Rooker asked two very pertinent questions about local lockdowns. Today at Prime Minister’s Questions, Kier Starmer pointed out that the Prime Minister’s own Hillingdon area has a rate higher than some areas where they face new curbs. Why is that? In 19 out of 20 areas that have been under...

Brexit: European Union-derived Rights - Motion to Resolve ( 4 Apr 2017)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: seen to swerve this, because it goes to the heart of what Parliament is about and of the national interest. When we debated the Statement earlier this week and we talked about the six tests Kier Starmer and the Labour Party have set for the Government, I set out a seventh test, which we called honesty. That test is that if the Prime Minister can do a good deal for this country she...

High Speed Rail (London–West Midlands) Bill - Third Reading (31 Jan 2017)

Baroness Mallalieu: ...Oak Common station. It is planned to end there for a good seven years after phase 1 is completed—that is, seven years after the projected completion of phase 1 in 2033. The MP for the area, Sir Kier Starmer, believes it will cause “decades of blight”. The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has called for the redevelopment to be put on hold unless less disruptive plans can be made. The cost...

Investigatory Powers Bill - Second Reading (Continued) (27 Jun 2016)

Lord Murphy of Torfaen: ...for up to three months and it was likely one or two amendments would be accepted. I am glad to say that the Government have not taken that attitude with regard to this Bill. I pay tribute to Sir Kier Starmer, who led for the Opposition in the House of Commons, and to Mr John Hayes, the Minister for Security, both of whom worked well together in the House of Commons both in Committee and on...

Assisted Suicide — Question for Short Debate ( 5 Mar 2014)

Lord Carlile of Berriew: ...demonstrated a scant and incomplete understanding of what the Director of Public Prosecutions does in these cases. What actually happened here is that the then Director of Public Prosecutions, Sir Kier Starmer, as I understand it determined these guidelines personally and with enormous care as a result of more than 5,000 representations. There is no case that shows that the guidelines have...

Business without Debate: Public Confidence in the Media and Police (20 Jul 2011)

Mark Reckless: .... We must ask why those 11,000 pages of Mulcaire’s documents were not looked at and why the police did not do anything about them, but we must also ask why the CPS did nothing. Even yesterday, Kier Starmer was not quite clear as to whether the CPS had seen them all; he said that it had seen only the ones up to August 2006. We have now heard from my hon. and learned Friend the Member for...

Business of the House (Today): Phone Hacking ( 6 Jul 2011)

Alun Michael: ...number of victims, based on what he said was legal advice that the police would have to prove that messages had been intercepted and also listened to before being heard by the recipient. However, Kier Starmer QC, the Director of Public Prosecutions, told us that that was not the advice given to detectives. Advice from prosecutors was at best provisional and did not limit the scope or...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Global Opportunities Fund (14 Dec 2005)

Douglas Alexander: ...Panel Professor Roger Hood Professor Peter Hodgkinson Baroness Vivien Stern Saul Lehrfreund Ibrahima Kane Philip Sapsford Eric Prokosch Harold Hillman James Oury Nicolas Blake Edward Fitzgerald Kier Starmer Professor Nigel Eastman Professor Philip Iya

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