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Theresa May

Former Conservative MP, Maidenhead , 1 May 1997 – 3 May 2017

the Bishop of Manchester

Former Bishop Peer , 30 Nov 1997 – 30 Sep 2002

Lord May of Oxford

Crossbench Peer , 15 Oct 2001 –

Lord Mayhew of Twysden

Former Conservative Peer , 30 Nov 1996 – 1 Jun 2015

Baroness Blood

Labour Peer , 30 Nov 1998 –

Christine May

Former Labour MSP, Central Fife , 1 May 2003 – 2 Apr 2007

Baron Mayer de Rothschild

Former MP, Hythe , 15 Feb 1859 – 26 Jan 1874

Mr John Tremayne

Former MP, Devon Southern , 31 Jan 1874 – 18 Nov 1885

Mr Francis Mildmay

Former MP, Totnes , 24 Nov 1885 – 26 Oct 1922

Mr Richard Mayne

Former MP, Pembroke and Haverfordwest District of Boroughs , 1 Jul 1886 – 29 May 1892

Mr Thomas Mayne

Former MP, Tipperary Mid , 20 Mar 1883 – 0 1891

Lieut-Colonel Stephen Maydon

Former MP, Wells , 25 Oct 1951 – 29 Apr 1970

Lieut-Colonel Sir John Mayhew

Former MP, East Ham North , 27 Oct 1931 – 15 Jun 1945

Mr Christopher Mayhew

Former MP, Greenwich Woolwich East , 5 Jul 1945 – 20 Sep 1974

Sir Patrick Mayhew

Former MP, Tunbridge Wells , 28 Feb 1974 – 8 Apr 1997

Miss Joan Maynard

Former MP, Sheffield, Brightside , 10 Oct 1974 – 18 May 1987

Mr Martin Redmayne

Former MP, Rushcliffe , 23 Feb 1950 – 10 Mar 1966

Mr Humphrey Mildmay

Former MP, Herefordshire , 28 Apr 1859 – 6 Jul 1865

Mr Humphrey Mildmay

Former MP, Southampton , 9 Aug 1842 – 23 Jul 1847

Mr Paulet Mildmay

Former MP, Winchester , 10 Dec 1832 – 23 Jun 1841

Lieut-Colonel Arthur Tremayne

Former MP, Truro , 26 Sep 1878 – 24 Mar 1880

Mr Stephen May

Former MP, Belfast , 16 Sep 1814 – 3 May 1816

Mr William Mayhew

Former MP, Colchester , 9 Apr 1831 – 27 Dec 1832

Sir Henry Mildmay

Former MP, Hampshire , 11 May 1807 – 19 Dec 1808

Sir Henry St.John-Mildmay

Former MP, Winchester , 5 Jul 1802 – 5 May 1807

Mr Paulet St.John-Mildmay

Former MP, Winchester , 19 Jun 1818 – 29 Dec 1834

Mr John Tremayne

Former MP, Cornwall , 12 Nov 1806 – 19 Jun 1826

Paul Maynard

Former Conservative MP, Blackpool North and Cleveleys , 6 May 2010 – 3 May 2017

Boris Johnson

Former Conservative MP, Uxbridge and South Ruislip , 7 Jun 2001 – 3 May 2017

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Scottish Parliament: Fishing Industry (West Coast) (18 May 2017)

Humza Yousaf: ...not want to play down the concerns that they have raised with her. The Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy and Connectivity, Fergus Ewing, is meeting the Scottish Creel Fishermen’s Federation on 25 May. The delegation from the federation includes a Skye-based fishermen’s leader, which will provide a timely opportunity to discuss the matter. I will ensure that the member is...

Scottish Parliament: Engagements (18 May 2017)

Nicola Sturgeon: Later today, I will have engagements to take forward the Government’s programme for Scotland. This evening, I will take part in the ITV leaders’ debate, which, of course, Theresa May is ducking.

Scottish Parliament: Cabinet (Meetings) (18 May 2017)

The First Minister: Before I come on to the Scottish Government’s position, I say first that it says a lot about the priorities of Theresa May and the Tories when they go out of their way to deny Parliament any say over the hugely important issues that are associated with Brexit and yet they are committed to giving Parliament a free vote on reintroducing fox hunting. If ever something...

Scottish Parliament: Homelessness (18 May 2017)

Pauline McNeill: ...of which the First Minister has already mentioned. In view of that, I urge the First Minister to review the current strategy on housing and rough sleeping and review the fact that local authorities may need more resources to take on the problem. Although the figures may not bear it out, the evidence is strong enough that we should review the current strategy. I know that the First Minister...

Scottish Parliament: Snaring (18 May 2017)

Finlay Carson: ...the debate on the basis of fact, in terms of the requirement to control the numbers of some species in our countryside. The vast majority of snaring results in live capture, not injury. One point of clarification that may be useful in the debate is that snares are not used to kill. Snares are live-capture devices that are used by gamekeepers and farmers, and are designed to catch a fox or...

Scottish Parliament: Partnership Action for Continuing Employment (18 May 2017)

Paul Wheelhouse: ...who face redundancy, either now or at some point in the future. At the same time, it affords me an opportunity to recognise and praise the efforts of the PACE partners. I also wish to ensure that members, who may receive approaches from constituents, are as well informed as they can be and are in a position to advise their constituents on the support that is available through PACE. I will...

Scottish Parliament: Housing Support for Young People (17 May 2017)

Linda Fabiani: ...people are made homeless, the policy will cost the UK Government more than the estimated and supposed savings, and believes that not all young people have the option of living with their parents and, for those who may be in a desperate or difficult situation and facing homelessness, housing support can provide stability, security and enable them to lead independent and fulfilling lives.

Scottish Parliament: Fisheries (17 May 2017)

Fergus Ewing: ...funding to replace the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF), its failure to guarantee tariff and customs-free exports to the EU single market and to provide assurances that EU nationals and their families working in the fishing sector may remain in Scotland; regrets that the UK Government’s White Paper makes clear its intention to allow EU boats access to Scotland's waters as...

Scottish Parliament: Teacher Training Programme (17 May 2017)

Elizabeth Smith: ...practical support that helps modern-day classroom management, one panel member said: “very little of what we work on at university seems to have any relevance to what happens in the classroom.”—[ Official Report, Education and Skills Committee , 10 May 2017; c 8, 5.] He said that “next to nothing” was being taught about classroom management. Parents will be...

Scottish Parliament: Business Motions (17 May 2017)

Kenneth Macintosh: ...the name of Joe FitzPatrick, on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau, which sets out a business programme. Motion moved, That the Parliament agrees the following programme of business— Tuesday 23 May 2017 2.00 pm Time for Reflection followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions followed by Member’s Oath/Affirmation followed by Topical Questions (if selected) followed by Stage 1...

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (17 May 2017)

...Fisheries Fund (EMFF), its failure to guarantee tariff and customs-free exports to the EU single market and to provide assurances that EU nationals and their families working in the fishing sector may remain in Scotland; regrets that the UK Government’s White Paper makes clear its intention to allow EU boats access to Scotland's waters as of right, which would be detrimental to...

Scottish Parliament: Neurofibromatosis Awareness Day (17 May 2017)

Christine Grahame: see you, but I say in advance that it is not permitted to applaud from the gallery no matter how much you want to do it, so please desist. Motion debated, That the Parliament appreciates that 17 May 2017 is Neurofibromatosis Awareness Day; notes that neurofibromatosis (NF) is a genetic disorder that causes tumours to grow on the nerves and that tumours can develop anywhere in the...

Scottish Parliament: Business Motion (16 May 2017)

Kenneth Macintosh: ...of the Parliamentary Bureau, setting out a revised business programme for today. Motion moved, That the Parliament agrees to the following revision to the programme of business for Tuesday 16 May 2017— after followed by Parliamentary Bureau Motions insert followed by Ministerial Statement: The Impact on and Response by the NHS in Scotland to the Global Ransomware Incident followed by...

Scottish Parliament: Disabled People (16 May 2017)

Alison Johnstone: .... In a week when many more DLA claimants lost their adapted car, scooter or electric wheelchair, Ruth Davidson chose to pose on one of Trossachs Mobility’s all-terrain scooters for a publicity stunt. Ms Davidson may have been able to go anywhere she wanted on one of those machines, but many disabled people are stranded in their homes and are no longer able to get to work, which...

Scottish Parliament: Outdoor Education (16 May 2017)

Mark McDonald: ...than 30,000 pupils from almost 900 Scottish schools to get out and about and to explore and learn from our heritage sites across the country. Members who have spoken about what they see as a lack of opportunity may want to explore the fund’s potential to support the work of schools in their area. The Government provides a range of support to the third sector, community groups and the...

Scottish Parliament: Veterans (Homelessness) (11 May 2017)

Kevin Stewart: and food provision across the United Kingdom. However, with the Scottish Tories being apologists for the rape clause, people should not hold their breath waiting for them to stand up to Theresa May or anyone else, even when it means that veterans, families and pensioners are being pushed into poverty and crisis due to their policies.

Scottish Parliament: Automation and Artificial Intelligence (Economic Impact) (11 May 2017)

Jamie Hepburn: ...that about 12 per cent of jobs in the United Kingdom might be affected by automation. That is a rather smaller figure than that which has been given by the IPPR. I recognise that automation may pose challenges in respect of how we work in the future—in particular, for people in low-skilled jobs. Scotland’s workforce is, of course, highly educated, flexible and adaptable and is...

Scottish Parliament: Engagements (11 May 2017)

Kezia Dugdale: ...complete and utter mismanagement of our NHS. Members should take a look at today’s Times newspaper, which reports that a £400 million contract for private doctors to work in our NHS went out to tender on 1 May. The brutal truth is that our hospitals have to turn to the private sector because they do not have enough doctors in the first place. Labour can reveal today that the...

Scottish Parliament: Cabinet (Meetings) (11 May 2017)

Richard Lochhead: The First Minister may be aware that there is huge disappointment and some shock following the decision by the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service after a prolonged police investigation—and I am told, nine separate court hearings—to drop the case relating to the alleged illegal killing of a hen harrier in the Cabrach in my constituency in 2013. The Crown Office appears to...

Scottish Parliament: International ME Awareness Day (11 May 2017)

Christine Grahame: The next item of business is a members’ business debate on motion S5M-05038, in the name of Gail Ross, on 12 May, international ME day. The debate will be concluded without any question being put. Motion debated, That the Parliament acknowledges that 12 May 2017 marks the international awareness day for myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), which is commonly known as chronic fatigue syndrome;...

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