Conservative MP for South East Cambridgeshire (8 May 2015 – current)
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Lucy Frazer: ...Court David Gauke 19 February 2018 Arnhem House, Leicester Rory Stewart OBE 1 February 2018 Woolwich Crown Court Dr Phillip Lee 26 January 2018 Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court Lucy Frazer QC 1 February 2018 Bromley Magistrates’ Court and Woolwich Crown Court Lucy Frazer QC 8 March 2018 Lavender Hill Magistrates’ Court
Lucy Frazer: As the Minister responsible for family justice, Lucy Frazer frequently visits a variety of courts. Most recently on 22nd October, she visited the Central Family Court to see the workings of the Family Drug and Alcohol Court (FDAC) that sits there.
...waived in respect of Lords amendments 1, 3 and 5 to 12. Ordered, That a Committee be appointed to draw up Reasons to be assigned to the Lords for disagreeing to their amendments 2 and 4; That Lucy Frazer, Alan Mak, Rob Butler, Claire Coutinho, James Murray, Liz Twist and Richard Thomson be members of the Committee; That Lucy Frazer be the Chair of the Committee; That three be the quorum of...
That Lucy Allan, Ian Austin, Michelle Donelan, Marion Fellows, Suella Fernandes, Lucy Frazer, Kate Hollern, Ian Mearns, Caroline Nokes and Kate Osamor be members of the Education Committee.
Michael Ellis: ...' Commissioner Routine meeting to discuss issues of relevance to the Victims’ Commissioner (including rape and domestic prosecutions, the approach to disclosure, and wider victims’ work). Lucy Frazer 2021-04-20 Domestic Abuse Commissioner Introductory meeting to discuss issues in relation to Domestic Abuse, including the prosecution of DA cases during the pandemic. Lucy Frazer...
Jo Churchill: ...of Housing, Communities and Local Government, local authorities and providers to make sure the sector is prepared to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading. On 12 March the Minister of State (Lucy Frazer MP) at the Ministry of Justice issued a public statement on preparedness in prisons to protect staff and prisoners which is available at the following link:...
Lucy Frazer: Like many constituencies, South East Cambridgeshire contains many industries that compete in the international markets, as well as many small businesses. Will the Secretary of State engage as many of those businesses as possible in the debate on reform?
Lucy Frazer: Did the hon. Gentleman not hear the Secretary of State say that the definition of coasting would be based on pupil performance data?
Lucy Frazer: In later life, one of the issues is child rearing. Does the hon. Lady agree that what the coalition Government did in bringing in shared parental leave will help ease that burden and enable more women to be equal partners in the workplace?
Lucy Frazer: Does the hon. Lady accept that in my constituency the number of jobs has increased since 2010 and that unemployment is down? The people behind those statistics are individuals. Does she accept that they are individuals the coalition Government helped to get into work and get paid to support their families?
Lucy Frazer: In a global economy, where companies can invest in any country they choose and base their operations anywhere around the globe, it is absolutely essential that we get companies to invest in our country. We are ensuring that that happens by setting a competitive rate of corporation tax.
Lucy Frazer: What steps his Department is taking to improve the condition of roads.
Lucy Frazer: It is important to not only increase the number of teachers but improve the quality of education. What steps is the Secretary of State taking to ensure that students get the best possible education from our teachers?
Lucy Frazer: Does the Chancellor agree that the national living wage will not only improve the lives of working people on lower incomes but will improve the gender pay gap, because it is often women who are the worst paid?
Lucy Frazer: I will.
Lucy Frazer: The right hon. Lady mentioned that we do not have time to debate the bigger issue of what we do about ISIL, but in brief, how far does she think we should go to defeat ISIL in the region?
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Lucy Frazer: I heard the shadow Minister say that this was Labour party policy. What does the hon. Member for Bishop Auckland (Helen Goodman) say to that?
Lucy Frazer: The hon. Lady may know that courts are overruled by higher courts day in, day out in the court system. Should the initial legislation not be passed because it may be overruled at some point in the future?
Lucy Frazer: The hon. Lady mentions certainty. Does she accept that other measures in the Budget, such as the national insurance contribution ceiling, will not only create certainty, but help the small businesses that she is mentioning?