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Scottish Parliament: Scottish Attainment Challenge (18 May 2022)

Michael Marra: Will the member give way on that point?

Queen’s Speech - Debate (5th Day) (17 May 2022)

Lord Storey: ...anxiety, for whom getting their children out of the front door to school is often a major achievement in itself. The environment that our children and young people work in is important. In 2010 Michael Gove, as Secretary of State for Education, axed the school-building programme, saying that Labour’s Building Schools for the Future programme was not as efficient as it could have been. We...

Tackling Short-term and Long-term Cost of Living Increases (17 May 2022)

David Linden: ...retail sector in Shettleston that they have to work more, or get a better job! It shows how completely disconnected from reality this Government are. I also praise the hon. Member for Lichfield (Michael Fabricant), who visited his local food bank. In the House of Commons this week, he has rightly said to the Government that they need to uprate benefits. That shows that when Members on the...

Written Ministerial Statements — Cabinet Office: House of Lords Appointments (12 May 2022)

Michael Ellis: ...the Data Protection Act). Ultimately, Ministers have a duty not to release information where it is not in the public interest to do so. The use of the motion for return procedure to call for papers gives rise to a potential tension with that duty. “The Government has been put in a very difficult position by some of the recent motions for return. The Government has in responding sought to...

Scottish Parliament: Striking University Staff (12 May 2022)

Michael Marra: I greatly appreciate being put out of my misery. I thank the minister for giving way. Does the minister recognise that, although we might not be calling for the Government to be at the table in the negotiations, there is a causal link in relation to the Government’s funding decisions? Does he also recognise that, as my colleagues have laid out, the Government could make direct interventions...

Scottish Parliament: Coronavirus (Recovery and Reform) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (12 May 2022)

Humza Yousaf: I thank Michael Marra for giving way, and I will elaborate on his points in my closing. However, neither he nor I have the gift of knowing how long such a public inquiry will take. Surely, it is crucial to have the powers, which are mirrored in English and Welsh legislation, to be prepared for the next pandemic.

Queen’s Speech - Debate (1st Day): Motion for an Humble Address (10 May 2022)

Lord Sherbourne of Didsbury: ...Platinum Jubilee, it is a great privilege—to move this Motion for an humble Address on behalf of your Lordships’ House. Although Her Majesty was not present to deliver the Speech in person, it gives us the opportunity in this House to thank Her Majesty for seven decades of steadfast and dedicated service to all parts of the United Kingdom and to the Commonwealth. Throughout a period of...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: England Infected Blood Support Scheme (27 Apr 2022)

Michael Ellis: ...Robert’s information gathering process. It is my intention to publish the Study and the Government response, in time for the Inquiry and its core participants to consider them before Sir Robert gives evidence to the Inquiry.

Scottish Parliament: Fuel Poverty (27 Apr 2022)

Michael Matheson: ...United Kingdom Government to help hard-pressed consumers. Meanwhile, we are doing everything that we can within our powers to help. Through our £290 million cost of living support package, we are giving 1.85 million Scottish households £150 of extra support in April. We are also allocating a further £10 million to continue our fuel insecurity fund, which has since 2020 helped households...

Scottish Parliament: United Kingdom Shared Prosperity Fund (27 Apr 2022)

Michelle Thomson: ...its arrogant dismissal of the democratic voice of the Scottish people, must be resisted. At the same time as the Tories fall into line to defend a law-breaking Prime Minister, they want to give away more powers to Boris Johnson’s Government. Having disregarded the interests of the Scottish people as they pushed through a destructive Brexit, with its significant loss of trade and freedom...

Prime Minister: Engagements (27 Apr 2022)

Michael Fabricant: ...Russian Government will now sanction 287 Members and former Members of the House of Commons—from both sides of this House. I am proud to say that both you and I are on that list. Are you able to give any advice to right hon. and hon. Members of the House of Commons regarding this?

Future of Small Cities Following Covid-19 (26 Apr 2022)

Stuart Andrew: ...replicates some of the extraordinary successes that have come from the introduction of metro Mayors in places such as Teesside and the west midlands. We believe that that is a winning formula for giving back control to areas over their own destiny. That kind of devolution is what will propel us beyond what Michael Heseltine termed “the traditional Whitehall solution” of “throwing...

Elections Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 63 (25 Apr 2022)

Lord Rooker: ...for in a statutory instrument. For any donation or an aggregate amount exceeding £7,500, parties would need to undertake enhanced due diligence checks, with a simplified process thereafter. Donors giving over £7,500 would need to declare whether their business is in a high-risk sector, which is defined in the amendment, and whether they have been under formal investigation or convicted...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Lord Lebedev (25 Apr 2022)

Michael Ellis: ...formulating its response to the request for information in relation to Lord Lebedev’s nomination to the House of Lords, and will respond in due course. In doing so, the Government will give careful consideration to the public interest, including freedom of information principles and data protection legislation, in line with our response to previous Humble Address motions – and as...

Scottish Parliament: Antimicrobial Resistance (21 Apr 2022)

Humza Yousaf: ...is undertaking some of the key research and modelling work underpinning the delivery of the plan on the contribution that is made by infection prevention and control. Nevertheless, I take Michael Marra’s point—there are various pieces of work under way, and it is important that we get an understanding of the landscape and bring that work together in a collaborative way. That is why, as...

Parole System: Public Protection - Statement (5 Apr 2022)

Lord Thomas of Gresford: ...said in an earlier report that the percentage of offenders who committed serious further offences in 2018-19 following a release decision or a move to open conditions was 1.1%. Can the Minister give a more up-to-date figure? If that is correct, it suggests that the professional and experienced Parole Board gets it as right as you would expect in its assessment of risk. As the Statement...

Building Safety Bill - Third Reading: Motion (4 Apr 2022)

Lord Blencathra: ...from the other place, then take a look at what we are sending back. It has changed beyond all recognition. I pay tribute to my noble friend the Minister and his boss, my right honourable friend Michael Gove, for that extraordinary transformation. I also thank my noble friend Lord Young of Cookham and noble Lords and noble Baronesses on all sides of the House, and the right reverend...

Water Companies: Duties and Accountability - Question (4 Apr 2022)

Lord Sikka: My Lords, I am grateful to the Minister for his reply. He may be aware that on 1 March 2018, Environment Secretary Michael Gove said that water companies had “avoided paying taxes … rewarded the already well-off, kept charges higher than they needed to be and allowed leaks, pollution and other failures to persist”. Some 49 months later, water companies are still dodging taxes, ripping...

Easter Adjournment (31 Mar 2022)

Mark Spencer: ...for her approach as shadow Leader of the House. I look forward to working with her in the next Session and—I think she said this—to our striding out together during the Queen’s Speech, which gives me confidence that she does not think that I will be sacked before the Queen’s speech, so I am at least grateful for that. I can give her this reassurance: it is not me who is eating her...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: The Intergovernmental Relations Annual Transparency Report (31 Mar 2022)

Michael Gove: ...the first Annual Report of our engagement with the devolved administrations on GOV.UK. This report has been laid as a Command Paper in both Houses. The report covers a historic year for the UK, and gives an insight into the extensive engagement between the UK Government, Scottish Government, Welsh Government and Northern Ireland Executive between 1 January and 31 December 2021. During 2021...


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