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Iran’s Nuclear Programme (30 Jun 2022)

Robert Jenrick: ..., at the negotiated deal that is apparently about to be signed. I have been actively seeking an opportunity to raise those concerns over Iran’s destabilising activities for a number of months. I give thanks to the Backbench Business Committee for granting time in the main Chamber, and to my many cross-party colleagues who supported the application. This debate could not come at a more...

Scottish Parliament: Dundee Drugs Commission (30 Jun 2022)

Michael Marra: ...recovery services work incredibly hard in very challenging circumstances. They are frequently understaffed. They feel under attack. They want to provide care and feel proud of the care that they give. However, the reality of the service is that it is punitive and overly medicalised. Frankly, it is a broken system. The response was to rebrand it for what I believe was the fourth time. Folk...

Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill: Clause 1 - Meaning of “the Troubles” and other key expressions (29 Jun 2022)

Simon Hoare: ...from halfway through and to work out whether you liked it or not. The end might have been great but the start might have been hopeless, or the other way round. I do hope that the Government will give consideration to my amendment on this, which proposes that the same people should hear a review case from start to finish. If, for whatever reason, one of the panel could not do that, there...

Scotland: High Speed Rail 2 (29 Jun 2022)

Michael Fabricant: With millions of tonnes of soil being moved across Lichfield, roads closed and the canal obstructed because of HS2, perhaps we can help Scotland by giving them our bit of HS2?

Public Bill Committee: Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill (28 Jun 2022)

Rachael Maskell: ...places. This is about the connectivity between them. Proposed new paragraphs (g) and (h) relate to the physical and mental health of our communities. I want to draw on the work of Professor Sir Michael Marmot. I am sure that we all are familiar with the work that he has conducted over a significant time, which has demonstrated that economic disparity is the greatest contributor to health...

Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: UK Shared Prosperity Fund (27 Jun 2022)

Michael Gove: The UK shared prosperity fund will deliver funding to all parts of our United Kingdom, and our allocation approach gives every region and nation a real-terms match with EU funding. Details are published on We have engaged with the devolved Administrations at all levels on the design of the fund, and their input has helped to inform the most appropriate mix of interventions and local...

Schools Bill [HL] - Committee (5th Day): Amendment 112A (22 Jun 2022)

Lord Storey: ...; is it £6,400? Home educators do not get that money, so every child who is not taught at school but taught at home saves the Government money and those home educators have to pay for it. They give up not only their time but considerable money to home educate. Therefore, it seems sensible that we should show willing and give something back to home educators. Maybe one way would be by...

Adviser on Ministerial Interests (21 Jun 2022)

Michael Ellis: I will give way to the hon. Gentleman, but he knows exactly what is meant by this.

High Speed Rail (Crewe - Manchester) Bill (20 Jun 2022)

Gavin Newlands: ...of future improvements. We need to talk about the rather grubby and suspicious timing of this announcement, which came just minutes before the confidence vote on the Prime Minister on 6 June. Given that we hear that levelling-up funding was promised as sweeteners for support in that confidence vote, it is not beyond reason to question whether there is a link between the last-minute...

Schools Bill [HL] - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 91 (20 Jun 2022)

Baroness Chapman of Darlington: ...about different careers with young children. This should be embedded throughout the curriculum. Amendment 158 insists that all schools should follow a national curriculum. The Secretary of State is giving himself the power to do these things—or not—by regulation. We want to know whether he intends to use that power, and how. That gets to the crux of all this: we are all just talking...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Infected Blood Inquiry (20 Jun 2022)

Michael Ellis: ...Blood Inquiry, I announced on 7 June the publication of the study by Sir Robert Francis QC into a framework of compensation for people directly affected by infected blood (HCWS79). Sir Robert will give evidence about his work to the Infected Blood Inquiry on 11 and 12 July. The government is considering Sir Robert’s recommendations and it is most important that the government is able to...

Houses of Parliament: Co-location - Motion to Take Note (16 Jun 2022)

Lord Desai: ...This has made the issue of where to put Parliament a public football. I remember York being mentioned, as of course Stoke-on-Trent now is. This leads to the question of separating the Parliaments. Michael Gove, who has been much mentioned, is obviously a very clever man. He proposed Stoke-on-Trent, perhaps not knowing that the noble Lord, Lord Grocott, lives there; if you go to his town,...

Scottish Parliament: Miners’ Strike (Pardons) (Scotland) Bill (16 Jun 2022)

Keith Brown: ...the first person to say that I am, in fact, older than Pam Duncan-Glancy? As I said in my opening remarks, the bill has enjoyed strong cross-party support from the start. That was to be expected, given the connection to the former coal mining industry that many members have, which the communities that we represent continue to hold close to their hearts. I am encouraged that the...

Schools Bill [HL] - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 59 (15 Jun 2022)

the Duke of Wellington: ...I could find to stimulate a discussion on the point that I raise in the amendment. What is absolutely clear from the debates at Second Reading and the two days of Committee so far is that this Bill gives very great powers to the Secretary of State over any school that receives funding from the taxpayer. The concern that I and others have is how a number of very specialist schools will be...

Universal Basic Income (15 Jun 2022)

Beth Winter: decided by the Barnett formula. From what I understand, attempts by the Welsh Government to discuss potential assistance from the UK Government fell on deaf ears. I welcome the pilot, which gives care leavers £1,600 per month. That amount is significantly higher than the amount in any other basic income pilot globally. It is broadly equivalent to the real living wage. There is a...

Schools Bill [HL] - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 35B (13 Jun 2022)

Baroness Wilcox of Newport: noble friend Lord Knight, because it is such an important issue and deserves its own debate. Our Amendment 36 would remove the exemption teachers in academies have from needing to have QTS but gives a grace period until September 2024 to give schools and teachers sufficient time to adjust. We felt that this is a sensible way forward. The amendment redresses the opt-out given by former...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Blood: Contamination (13 Jun 2022)

Michael Ellis: ...Blood Inquiry, I announced earlier this week the publication of the study by Sir Robert Francis QC into a framework of compensation for people directly affected by infected blood. Sir Robert will give evidence about his work to the Infected Blood Inquiry on 11th and 12th July. The government is considering Sir Robert’s recommendations.

Social Housing and Building Safety (9 Jun 2022)

Michael Gove: ...a permanent and appropriate memorial to honour those who lost their lives in the tragedy. I recommend to all Members of the House the commission’s recent report. It makes for powerful reading and gives us all an opportunity to reflect on what the right way is to ensure that there is a fitting memorial for those who have lost their lives. The scene of that fire is both, of course, a crime...

Ukraine: Defence Relationships - Motion to Take Note (9 Jun 2022)

Lord Liddle: ...and European collective security. It deprioritised the Army. It focused British grand strategy on a tilt towards the Indo-Pacific to confront the rising power of China. It showed, in Professor Michael Clarke’s words, “frankly insulting indifference to European partners”. Its claims to be truly integrated now ring hollow. There was no discussion of oil, gas or energy security; no...

Cabinet Office: Infected Blood: Compensation (9 Jun 2022)

Michael Ellis: I am grateful to my hon. Friend for rightly raising the concerns of his constituents. I know that Members across the House will have constituents in similar positions. Sir Robert will give evidence to the inquiry on 11 and 12 July, so just a few weeks from now, and the Government will need to reflect very carefully on his evidence to the inquiry in considering his study. But the points my...

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