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Object. Bill to be read a Second time on Friday 10 May.
Object. Bill to be read a Second time on Friday 10 May.
Chris Matheson: I rise to address the House for the first time in today’s sitting. May I start by paying tribute to my good friend the hon. Member for Montgomeryshire (Glyn Davies)? He has sat patiently through this and many other sittings, and I know how very keen he is to see this Bill progress on to the statute book. If it does not do so, that will not be because of any lack of effort on his part. I...
John Bercow: ...that the hon. Gentleman has just put to me in the Chair would be endorsed by every single Member of this House. We should try to remember, in this matter as in others, the precepts of “Erskine May”. Moderation and good humour in the use of parliamentary language conduce to the best possible debate. Parliamentary democracy is of the essence, and even though our system here in this...
Alistair Burt: ...accountability, it is vital that the investigations are independent and transparent, that their findings are made public, and that, if wrongdoing is found, those responsible are held to account. In May 2018, the United Kingdom abstained on the UN Human Rights Council resolution calling for a commission of inquiry on the basis that the substance of a resolution must be impartial and...
Kwasi Kwarteng: ...documents and for a short extension to the article 50 process. The Council agreed, subject to this House approving the withdrawal agreement next week, an extension of the article 50 period to 22 May. This provides Parliament with time to pass the necessary implementing legislation and to complete ratification. If Parliament does not approve the withdrawal agreement next week, article 50...
Philip Davies: ...raises an interesting point. Obviously I will come on to my amendment 50 when I get to it. I do not really have a particularly strong opinion on whether such polling stations would be useful. It may well be that in areas with a large concentration of overseas voters, that might be more convenient for everybody and it might encourage turnout. I do not have a strong opinion on this,...
Kelly Tolhurst: ...of employment. While it is always open to either party to seek to renegotiate the terms of the contract, if the employer changes any of the terms without the employee’s agreement, the employee may be entitled to seek legal redress. Importantly, workers on offshore windfarms are entitled to the same protections as UK workers, including National Minimum Wage for all their work on the...
Nusrat Ghani: Where losses of ancient woodland are expected to occur, a range of compensatory measures may be proposed by High Speed Two Ltd; translocation of ancient woodland soils; translocation of coppice stools; new woodland creation; and enhancement to existing woodlands (ancient and non-ancient). The selection of these compensatory measures will be bespoke to each ancient woodland site...
Stephen Hammond: ...tool has been opened and used. 2Final NHS Pathways disposition was a referral to the Ambulance Service. Further clinical assessment within the Integrated Urgent Care (NHS 111) or 999 service areas may have indicated that an ambulance response and/or conveyance was not required. The actual percentage resulting in an ambulance being dispatched may therefore be lower.
Rory Stewart: ...will publish data relating to the number of people prosecuted, convicted and given suspended sentences or immediate custodial sentences in 2018 for ‘causing death by dangerous driving’ on 16 May 2019.
Rishi Sunak: ...0-17 years have been supported by the Troubled Families programme. We do not report this per year as families are not limited to how long they can spend on the programme and as a result, children may be on the programme in more than one year. Age group Number of individuals 0-4yrs 142,000 5-9yrs 165,000 10-14yrs 156,000 15-17yrs 66,000 0-17yrs 529,000 Total...
Sarah Jones: ...of the fire safety risk to residents in developments containing one or more of the 163 private residential blocks still covered in ACM cladding where their block is not covered in cladding but may be affected by a fire in one that is.
Mark Lancaster: ...a new Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Graduate Inflow Scheme designed to increase the inflow of STEM undergraduates using a range of targeted financial incentives which may include scholarships, maintenance bursaries and/or payment of tuition fees. It will also recruit from universities across the UK instead of the current limited number and allow for a wider range...
Justin Tomlinson: .... The new roles are initially funded for two years and will be fully embedded in the Jobcentre network. They will be fully evaluated to inform future discussions about how the support they deliver may be continued. There will be no reduction in resources and we anticipate that these changes will improve the support offered to disabled people, including those with mental health conditions.
David Rutley: ...produced in the UK, or imported and placed on the UK market, after exit day. The UK has no control over how food labelling changes will be enforced outside the UK. EU and other non-EU countries may require that food labelling changes are in place on exports to their markets from exit day. Businesses have been advised to seek guidance from importing contacts on labelling requirements...
John Glen: ...Services and Markets Act 2000. In the UK, responsibility for regulating the promotion and marketing of minibonds lies with the FCA, and firms that fail to meet any of the relevant requirements may be subject to enforcement action. Turning to the matter of compensation for those affected by this issue, the Financial Services Compensation Scheme’s (‘FSCS’) current assessment is that...
Theresa May: Details of my Official meetings are in the public domain and can be found on the gov.uk website.
Claire Perry: ...deadline from 26 March 2019, to 22:59 on 29 March 2019. It will also allow further changes to the compliance deadline to either the revised EU Exit date, or 30 April 2019 if such a date is 1 May 2019 or later. Extending the compliance deadline will allow all UK operators additional time to meet their EU ETS compliance requirements, and if extended to 30 April, enable them to comply at the...
Stephen Hammond: .... The hon. Lady has rightly set out that, as Members of this House will be aware, valproate is a very effective treatment for epilepsy and bipolar disorder. For a few women with epilepsy, it may be the only effective treatment, and she rightly recognised that in her speech. However, its use is associated with serious side effects in children exposed to it during pregnancy; there is a 40%...