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Achieving Economic Growth (18 May 2022)

Sarah Green: Like the hon. Member for Batley and Spen (Kim Leadbeater), this is my first Queen’s Speech debate. For a Queen’s Speech delivered during a cost of living crisis, this year’s address was regrettably notable for its lack of urgency or solutions. As we have all been hearing, inflation is now at 9%—the highest in over 40 years—and people are struggling to imagine how they can make ends...

Foreign National Offender Removal Flights (18 May 2022)

Tom Pursglove: Foreign criminals who abuse our hospitality by committing serious and violent crimes such as murder and rape should be in no doubt of this Government’s determination to deport them. The British people have shown repeatedly at the ballot box that they want an immigration system that is firm and fair. Our new plan for immigration, underpinned by the Nationality and Borders Act 2022, is the...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (3rd Day) (12 May 2022)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: ...Highness the Duke of Cambridge, in their capacities as Counsellors of State. I am sure that this year in particular we all want to send not just this humble Address but also our warmest wishes and our ever-deepening gratitude to Her Majesty, particularly as we prepare to celebrate the momentous occasion of her Platinum Jubilee, a unique event which it is the privilege of DCMS to help the...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (3rd Day) (12 May 2022)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: ...Highness the Duke of Cambridge, in their capacities as Counsellors of State. I am sure that this year in particular we all want to send not just this humble Address but also our warmest wishes and our ever-deepening gratitude to Her Majesty, particularly as we prepare to celebrate the momentous occasion of her Platinum Jubilee, a unique event which it is the privilege of DCMS to help the...

Fairness at Work and Power in Communities (12 May 2022)

Andy McDonald: It is pleasure to follow my hon. Friend the Member for Stretford and Urmston (Kate Green). The Queen’s Speech contains the most dispiriting programme of legislation that I have known during my time in Parliament. Following a pandemic that has ripped through our communities, killing upwards of 175,000 of our fellow citizens, and as we now face a cost of living crisis, with people being...

Fairness at Work and Power in Communities (12 May 2022)

Andy McDonald: It is pleasure to follow my hon. Friend the Member for Stretford and Urmston (Kate Green). The Queen’s Speech contains the most dispiriting programme of legislation that I have known during my time in Parliament. Following a pandemic that has ripped through our communities, killing upwards of 175,000 of our fellow citizens, and as we now face a cost of living crisis, with people being...

Preventing Crime and Delivering Justice (11 May 2022)

Anne McLaughlin: It seems only a matter of weeks since we were in this place fighting against the UK Government’s now-successful attempts to restrict some of our most precious and long-held fundamental rights. It seems only a matter of weeks because it is. In the previous Session, we battled against the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022, which will strip people of their right to protest, among...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: Public Order Bill (11 May 2022)

Priti Patel: The right to protest peacefully, for people to exercise their rights to freedom of speech and assembly, is a cornerstone of our democratic values and will always be defended by this Government. However, the rights of protesters must be balanced with the rights of the general public to go about their daily lives free from serious disruption or harm. In recent months, we have seen a minority of...

Scottish Parliament: Violent Crime (11 May 2022)

Jamie Greene: ...about the debate, which is about a rise in violent crime—[ Interruption .]—if the cabinet secretary will permit me to talk about this important subject. The first is that we, as a Parliament, and right across the political spectrum, owe a huge debt of gratitude to those who are working in the front line in our justice sector. They are the various cogs in the wheel, from front-line...

Elections Bill (27 Apr 2022)

Brendan O'Hara: I shall seek to give a calm and reasoned response to the hon. Member for Heywood and Middleton (Chris Clarkson), and I rise to speak in favour of Lords amendments 22 and 23, which, as we have heard, seek to preserve the integrity and independence of the Electoral Commission, as well as Lords amendment 86, which says that, if we have to go down the road of providing ID at polling stations,...

Prime Minister: Engagements (27 Apr 2022)

Boris Johnson: ...to remind the House of what we have achieved. More than 20 Acts of Parliament have been passed, including our National Insurance Contributions Act 2022, which will increase the thresholds from July and be worth an average of £330 a year—the largest single personal tax cut for a decade—and our Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022 to respond to Putin’s illegal war in...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Commons Amendments (26 Apr 2022)

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Commons Amendments

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Commons Amendments: Motion A1 (as an amendment to Motion A) (26 Apr 2022)

Lord Coaker: My Lords, I beg to move the Motion in my name. I will leave the noble Lord, Lord Paddick, to speak to his worthwhile and important amendment and, in view of the time, will concentrate on those in my name, namely A1 and B2. Amendment A1 would remove the noise provision from marches and one-person protests, while Amendment B2 would remove the noise provision from public assemblies. In other...

Judicial Review and Courts Bill: Clause 1 - Quashing orders (26 Apr 2022)

Wera Hobhouse: No; I am conscious of time and Madam Deputy Speaker is anxious that we proceed. The principle should not be party political but one shared across the House. It is disappointing to see the Government pushing ahead with plans to restrict judicial review by opposing the amendments. Unamended, the Bill is described by the Law Society as “chilling”; clauses 1 and 2 undermine judicial review....

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prison Sentences (26 Apr 2022)

Kit Malthouse: The Government brought forward an amendment to the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts (PCSC) Bill to require the Secretary of State to refer all eligible Imprisonment for Public Protection (IPP) offenders to the Parole Board for consideration of licence termination. There are no current plans to change the length of time - 10 years - before which IPP offenders can be considered for...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Returned from the Commons (25 Apr 2022)

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Returned from the Commons

Hunting — [David Mundell in the Chair] (25 Apr 2022)

Rebecca Pow: It is a pleasure to have you in the Chair, Mr Mundell, and I want to thank hon. Friends and Members. There is only a small crowd in the Chamber, but we have had some quite feisty views and some friendly but opposing views. I thank those involved from the Petitions Committee as well. Today’s debate relates to two petitions that have been signed by enough people to secure a debate. The issue...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill: Clause 55 - Imposing conditions on public processions (25 Apr 2022)

Sarah Jones: That is an interesting point. Thank goodness for those protests and for our right to protest in that way. It is not fair and not right to force the police to make political decisions about how much is too much noise. Imagine a scenario where two sides of a public debate are protesting, with one group on a street where there is lots of double glazing and the other on a street where there are...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill (25 Apr 2022)

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill


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