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Northern Ireland (Regional Rates and Energy) (No. 2) Bill (6 Mar 2019)

Jim Shannon: ...Emma Little Pengelly) and those further afield. The advantage of the city deal is that we in Strangford, North Down, East Antrim and South Antrim will also get some of the benefit, because it will ripple out to the towns and villages. What can we do for the high street? I ask primarily because in just the past fortnight several shopkeepers in Ballynahinch, Newtownards and Comber in my...

Regional Transport Infrastructure — [Joan Ryan in the Chair] (5 Mar 2019)

Dan Jarvis: ...approach to regional development has failed to serve many of our people and our economy. Our economic strategy has been too city-centric and dependent on the hope that wealth will trickle down and ripple out.

Scottish Parliament: Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2019 (27 Feb 2019)

Neil Findlay: ...mental health conditions that, in far too many cases, become fatal. Anorexia has one of the highest fatality rates of any mental illness. The impact on individuals can be devastating, with the ripple effect on loved ones multiplying that impact several times. I cannot begin to imagine the pain of watching a daughter, son, partner or sibling dying because they do not want to eat or take in...

Balanced Budget Rule — [Graham Stringer in the Chair] (23 Jan 2019)

Peter Dowd: ...over Brexit has put us on a precipitous, catastrophic no-deal path. They failed, through austerity, to see, and to care about, how an ideological commitment to cutting apart Government would have ripple effects across the country on rough sleeping, indebtedness, demand and productivity, which is virtually the worst in Europe under this Government. Our fiscal credibility rule, and economic...

Poverty: Metrics - Question for Short Debate (21 Jan 2019)

Baroness Tyler of Enfield: ...been struck by how central the experience of poverty is to so many of the big social issues we debate. The direct impact of poverty is felt by one in five of the population and the indirect impacts ripple further still. Furthermore, the link between poverty and multiple disadvantage is deeply entrenched. This is brought home to me regularly through my work with the Making Every Adult...

Brexit: Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration - Motion to Take Note (Continued) (3rd Day) (14 Jan 2019)

Lord Wilson of Dinton: ...-European press—fairly or unfairly, usually unfairly—to blame Brussels. Those groups were disappointed, perhaps by austerity or the financial crisis. We should remember that financial crises ripple through the decades that follow them and have political effects 10 years later. It also fed into the north/south divide, resentment at not sharing in the prosperity which Europe has...

Plastic: Environmental Threat and Recycling - Motion to Take Note (19 Dec 2018)

Baroness Bloomfield of Hinton Waldrist: ...costs more to recycle old plastic than to make new. When plastic was expensive, recycling helped offset the expense of recycling less profitable materials such as glass. The fall in price has had ripple effects across the industry, driving up the costs of recycling generally. As costs have risen, a combination of technological advances has made other options increasingly viable—notably...

Gaming Machine (Miscellaneous Amendments and Revocation) Regulations 2018 - Motion to Approve (18 Dec 2018)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: ...on the fruit machine, ignoring family etc … Gambling can lead to problems with sleep, due to anxiety, or to people being distracted whilst trying to carry out other tasks ... Gambling has a ‘ripple’ effect, and one person’s gambling problems can impact upon a lot of people”. This research was published more than four years ago, so the change we are debating today is welcome—if...

Privileges and Conduct Committee - Motion to Agree (17 Dec 2018)

Baroness Young of Hornsey: ...Lord, Lord McNally, cannot put himself inside anybody else’s head and say why this is the case, but it happens. It is a regular pattern. The damage caused by these incidents and events has a ripple effect on not just the individual, but their friends, family and professional contacts. I do not want to rehearse previous arguments made on either 15 November or today because I am sure the...

Delegated Legislation (Committees): Scotland’s Foreign Policy Footprint (3 Dec 2018)

Brendan O'Hara: ...Member for North East Fife rightly made the case for how important big national organisations are, but we should never, ever lose sight of how important the action of an individual can be, and the ripple effect of someone taking the time to get involved and saying they want change. Fiona is not alone in that. Across Argyll and Bute, there are many local organisations, and I single out the...

Backbench Business (29 Nov 2018)

Marion Fellows: ...my constituency of Motherwell and Wishaw in the past year. As a community we felt helpless, frustrated and confused, and have looked for someone to blame. In our communities the trauma has had a ripple effect, which is still going on. Many departments and agencies have supported our communities and I want to take this opportunity to say thank you. I should say that all the suicides were of...

Bombardier: Armed Forces Covenant (22 Nov 2018)

Alex Sobel: ...—thought to be in the region of £2 billion. This has caused not only a serious black hole in the MOD’s finances, but great concern among armed forces families about their financial future. The ripple effect of the decision is significant. Annington has sold off 20,000 homes over the past two decades. Many forces families who are living in those houses were told that they could not...

Science and Technology Committee: Anti-bullying Week — [Mr Adrian Bailey in the Chair] (15 Nov 2018)

Mike Kane: ...people have gone on to self-harm as a result. Perhaps most devastatingly of all, 10% of young people have attempted to commit suicide as a result of bullying. The impacts of bullying continue to ripple out long after young people have escaped their tormentors; those who have been bullied are more than twice as likely to have difficulty in keeping a job or in committing to saving. The sad...

Police Employer Pension Contributions (14 Nov 2018)

Pat McFadden: My hon. Friend makes a very good point about the ripple effect of the loss of numbers throughout other related services. In evidence to the Public Accounts Committee, the police and crime commissioner for Devon and Cornwall described the effect on public confidence of the cuts I have set out: “at the moment in my community I know that our communities do not feel safe. We have got public...

Petition - Business Rates Reform: Local Authority Budget Reductions (30 Oct 2018)

Dan Jarvis: ...regard. If we are to enable the right level of devolution to take place, we need to abandon an economic and political model in which the only hope is for wealth to trickle down and prosperity to ripple out. We must replace it with a three-tier system of government—local, regional and national—giving each tier the powers and resources it needs to make a difference in the communities for...

Scottish Parliament: Human Rights Defenders (Support and Protection) (26 Sep 2018)

Alex Cole-Hamilton: ...defenders at the University of Cape Town, in which he said: “Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring those ripples build a current which can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and...

Scottish Parliament: Violence Reduction (20 Sep 2018)

Humza Yousaf: ...opportunity to become a trainee with Street and Arrow, which gave me hope in the future. I’m now a mentor helping guys just like myself and it is the most rewarding thing I have ever done. The ripple effect from the SVRU helping me is massive, my family get the benefits, my community get the benefits, I’m no longer a drain on the NHS or in prison. Everyone at the SVRU has helped me get...

Integrated Care — [Dame Cheryl Gillan in the Chair] (6 Sep 2018)

Sarah Wollaston: ...was a breakdown in the arrangements for the new facility. The community was left with nothing and there has been a huge destruction of public trust in the process, which unfortunately will have ripple effects across other communities. Had we received the money to keep the existing service while the new service was built and got up and running, it would have left us in an entirely different...

Family Hubs (24 Jul 2018)

Fiona Bruce: ...difference—the transformative impact —that could be made nationwide in just a few years by having a family hub in every community. Their positive, perhaps lifelong, impacts on individuals would ripple out into the community. Even the Chancellor has signalled his support for the concept, recognising the increased national productivity that may result. The Under-Secretary of State for...

Public Bill Committee: Offensive Weapons Bill: Examination of Witnesses (17 Jul 2018)

...is anecdotal—you made the comment about sentencing—there was significant feedback from the Gun Trade Association to me personally that the sentencing in relation to the Edmunds case had sent a ripple around firearms dealers. This is certainly an area where we are now working a lot closer with the operational side of policing and firearms licensing than we ever have done before.


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