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Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Adoption and Children Bill: Second Stage (5 Oct 2021)

Robin Swann: I thank both Members for their questions. As I said in my statement, Mr Allister, the intermediary service will be available to adopted adults and natural parents and relatives as well as to people who are not natural relatives but are related to an adopted person by blood, marriage or civil partnership or by virtue of the adopted person's adoption, including the adopted person's children,...

Scottish Parliament: Programme for Government 2021-22 (7 Sep 2021)

Nicola Sturgeon: Today, I will set out the Government’s programme for the year ahead and our priorities for the duration of the current session of Parliament as we implement the manifesto that we were resoundingly re-elected on in May and our co-operation agreement with the Scottish Green Party. The programme addresses the key challenges that Scotland faces and it aims to shape a better future. It sets out...

Police and Crime Commissioner By-election - Question (15 Jul 2021)

Lord Bach: My Lords, is the Minister aware that, in the opinion of many, the provision under Section 66 of the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011, which states that “A person is disqualified from being elected as, or being, a police and crime commissioner if … the person has been convicted … of any imprisonable offence (whether or not sentenced to a term of imprisonment in respect of...

Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill (12 Jul 2021)

Tonia Antoniazzi: I agree with my hon. Friend the Member for Stretford and Urmston (Kate Green) that there should be no censorship of lawful views, and that there are many pressing issues for students that this Tory Government are not addressing. However, I am convinced that there is mounting evidence that female academics’ ability to discuss their rights in law is already being curtailed in our higher...

Election Campaign Finances: Regulation — [Ian Paisley in the Chair] (8 Jul 2021)

Damian Collins: ...like to say what a pleasure it is to see the Minister in her place in Westminster Hall this afternoon. The debate has come at a timely moment. The Government published the Elections Bill this week and yesterday the Committee on Standards in Public Life published its report on the regulation of election finance—a lengthy review. I myself was interviewed by the Committee on my work...

Telecommunications (Security) Bill - Second Reading (29 Jun 2021)

Baroness Barran: My Lords, I thank all noble Lords who contributed to this rich debate for their contributions, for the warm welcome they offered the Bill, and for the way in which, in very different ways, they highlighted the importance of the issues which the Bill seeks to address. Today’s debate has been wide-ranging. We have debated the principles and the practice of the Bill and we have touched on a...

Covid-19: Children - Motion to Take Note (17 Jun 2021)

Lord Bichard: My Lords, I know that we are all grateful to the noble Baroness for this debate and for her outstanding speech. It is no exaggeration to say that the future of our society and of our economy will be defined by the way in which we educate, support and safeguard this generation of children. Nothing matters more, and nothing is more deserving of public investment, if we are to build back...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Assembly Business: Appointment of the First Minister and deputy First Minister (17 Jun 2021)

Michelle O'Neill: ...deputy First Minister. I affirm the Pledge of Office as set out in the 1998 Act. I thank Members of the Assembly for the special sitting today to allow the process of nomination for First Minister and deputy First Minister to proceed. I wish the Ministers who have vacated their post in the past week well for the future. I thank them for their efforts over the 17 months since the political...

Public Bill Committee: Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill: Clause 57 - Obstruction of vehicular access to Parliament (8 Jun 2021)

Bambos Charalambous: The clause is designed to protect vehicular access to Parliament, and it will amend the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011. That will ensure that preventing access to the parliamentary estate is prohibited, but it will not give the police powers to arrest those who contravene it. Clause 58 requires a new controlled area around the temporary locations of Parliament, and the...

Public Bill Committee: Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill: Clause 58 - Power to specify other areas as controlled areas (8 Jun 2021)

Victoria Atkins: The clause provides the Secretary of State with a regulation-making power to designate new “controlled areas” for the purposes of part 3 of the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011, should Parliament relocate due to restoration and renewal works, or for any other reason. That would include, for example––I am sure we all hope that it does not happen––the House needing...

Public Bill Committee: Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill: Clause 54 - Imposing conditions on public processions (8 Jun 2021)

Bambos Charalambous: ...to protest here? It just does not make any sense. It does not add up. I will end by reminding the Minister of the balance achieved by our existing laws on public order between the need for the police to keep order while ensuring that protests are peaceful and the legitimate right to protest about causes that we care about. It would be of great concern if this Government got away with...

Debate on the Address: Safe Streets for All (17 May 2021)

Stuart McDonald: It is a pleasure to take part in this debate, albeit remotely. However, much of what is proposed in the Queen’s Speech is more about protecting this Government and their Ministers than about protecting the public. It includes rolling back the power of our courts to halt unlawful Government action, a clampdown on protest, ripping up the refugee convention and measures tantamount to voter...

Written Answers — Home Office: Lincolnshire Police: Public Appointments (25 Mar 2021)

Kit Malthouse: In performing their scrutiny function Police and Crime Panels hold regular public meetings and produce reports and recommendations to the Police and Crime Commissioner on a range of issues, including proposed chief constable appointments. Where reports must be published by the Police and Crime Panel, this is set out clearly in the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Former Police Sites Currently Advertised for Development: Former Police Sites Currently Advertised for Development (19 Mar 2021)

Sadiq Khan: MOPAC is under a duty to have regard to the principles of good value for money when disposing of property assets pursuant to the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 and the Financial Management Code of Practice for Police Forces (October 2013). This is normally demonstrated by an unconditional sale in the open market, which gives opportunity for all to bid. Receipts generated...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: Concluding Part One of the Police and Crime Commissioner Review (16 Mar 2021)

Priti Patel: I am pleased to set out to the House findings from the first part of our two-part Review into the role of Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs). The Government’s manifesto committed to strengthening the accountability of PCCs and expanding their role. The public want to see a reduction in crime and PCCs are elected to deliver on the people’s priorities. Eight years on from their...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Severe Fetal Impairment Abortion (Amendment) Bill: Second Stage (15 Mar 2021)

Sinead McLaughlin: ...Bill. This day last week, I joined many of my female MLA colleagues across the House to celebrate International Women's Day. We discussed issues relating to gender equality, gender barriers and the impact on women of COVID. All that any of us really want is a society that is fair and level. Today, we stand in this Assembly asking Members to roll back on the rights of women's health. What a...

Counter-Terrorism and Sentencing Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 30A (9 Feb 2021)

Lord Bach: My Lords, I declare my interest as the elected and serving police and crime commissioner for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. I have been in that post for nearly five years now but in three months’ time, if the 6 May elections take place as the Government propose, I will no longer have this interest to declare. I look forward to once again playing a greater role in your Lordships’...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Protection from Stalking Bill: Second Stage (8 Feb 2021)

Naomi Long: As I mentioned at the beginning of the debate, progressing the legislation is a key priority for the Department, for me and for the Committee, which, I know, has taken an active interest in the matter historically and will again as the Bill passes to it for scrutiny, hopefully today. I thank all Members for their constructive and positive engagement. As the Bill moves through its stages, I...

Written Ministerial Statements — Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government: Local Government Finance (4 Feb 2021)

Robert Jenrick: Today I laid before the House, the ‘Report on Local Government Finance (England) 2021-22’, the ‘Council Tax referendum principles report 2021-22’ and ‘Council Tax alternative notional amounts report 2021-2022’, which together form the annual local government finance settlement for local authorities in England. My Ministers and I have held meetings with representative groups...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Domestic Abuse and Civil Proceedings Bill: Final Stage (18 Jan 2021)

Rachel Woods: The Bill, which is soon to be an Act, is probably — I would argue that it is — the most important legislation that the House has enacted for the people of Northern Ireland. It impacts on everybody in our society. On 28 April last year, we welcomed the introduction of the Domestic Abuse and Family Proceedings Bill, now called the Domestic Abuse and Civil Proceedings Bill, and, today, I...


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