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EU Nationals in the Uk: Cross-examination of Vulnerable Witnesses (6 Jul 2016)

Ann Coffey: ..., not evidence extracted by bullying. The recent spate of high-profile sexual exploitation trials have provided stark examples. One young victim giving evidence in the Telford sex gang trials was repeatedly accused of lying and being naughty, and one barrister even demanded to know whether she repented her sins. Overall, she spent 12 days being cross-examined by a series of defence...

Policing and Crime Bill: National Assembly for Wales: devolution of responsibility for policing (13 Jun 2016)

Lindsay Hoyle: ...powers to prosecute individuals who may have been involved in the commission of digital crime in order to consolidate such powers in a single statute. (2) In the conduct of the review under subsection (1), the Secretary of State must have regard to the statutes and measures that he deems appropriate, including but not limited to— (a) Malicious Communications Act 1988, section 1, (b)...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Supply Resolution for the 2014-15 Excess Votes — Supply Resolution for the Northern Ireland Main Estimates 2016-17 (13 Jun 2016)

Máirtín Ó Muilleoir: I beg to move That this Assembly approves that resources, not exceeding £69,281,105.15 be authorised for use by the Department of Finance and the Northern Ireland Assembly Commission, for the year ending 31 March 2015, as summarised in part II of the 2014-15 Statement of Excesses that was laid before the Assembly on 1 June 2016. The following motion stood in the Order Paper: That this...

Stillbirth — [Sir David Amess in the Chair] (9 Jun 2016)

Hannah Bardell: ...great risk not only for Sophia but for her sister, Eloise. Without it, however, Sophia could not survive, and the parents wanted to do everything possible. Their aim was for the girls to make it to 28 weeks’ gestation, when they could be delivered and given a higher chance of survival. The blood transfusion brought some success, and the procedure was repeated to try and build up...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: UK Membership of EU (3 May 2016)

Baroness Anelay of St Johns: As the full excerpt below shows, the statement referred to by the Noble Lord relates to conduct and activity during the final 28 days of the referendum period, which are covered by the provisions of section 125 of the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000. The Government will comply fully with these provisions. “Instead, new clause 10 provides a power to make regulations to...

Mental Health Services: Haringey (28 Apr 2016)

David Lammy: ...Crisis”. They have all been asked to do, frankly, an impossible job in the constituency and in the London borough of Haringey, which has 12 of the most deprived wards in the country where 2,284 people are receiving personal independence payments, over 270 different languages are spoken, 1,334 people have had their benefits sanctioned, and 826 households have found themselves homeless in...

Policing and Crime Bill: Application of Firearms Act 1968 to the police: special constables and volunteers (26 Apr 2016)

David Burrowes: ...’s work over a number of years to ensure that we tackle knife crime both at its source and when it comes to court. I and a former Member, Nick de Bois, championed mandatory sentencing for repeat knife offending and I welcome the fact that that has now reached the statute book and is being implemented. We will continue to monitor that to ensure that it is implemented properly. More needs...

Public Bill Committee: Policing and Crime Bill: Modern technology: specialist digital unit (child abuse) (12 Apr 2016)

Karen Bradley: ...that child sexual abuse that had been reported had not been dealt with. The NSPCC runs that helpline for the Home Office, and will help to make sure that children can be protected. I want to repeat the point I made earlier about access to online pornography. It is terrifying to me. I have met many young victims and survivors of sexual abuse and I have not yet met a single one who has not...

High Speed Rail (London – West Midlands) Bill: New Clause 6 — Chilterns AONB Review Group (23 Mar 2016)

Eleanor Laing: ...of the trees, groups of trees or woodlands, as the case may be, by reference to a map, (d) the adequacy of arrangements to manage Referenced Trees which have been planted previously. (3) In subsections (1) and (2) “Referenced Trees” shall mean the trees planted to meet the commitment of two million additional trees to be situated adjacent to Phase 1 of HS2 as set out in the...

Immigration Bill — Report (2nd Day) (Continued) (15 Mar 2016)

Lord Bates: ..., which we discussed at our meeting on 25 February. I also thank the British Red Cross for its excellent work in this area and for its advice ahead of this debate. We allow a grace period of 28 days before Home Office asylum support ends in these cases. This is to provide time for the person to make other arrangements and move on from Home Office support. Many refugees have much to...

European Council - Statement (22 Feb 2016)

Baroness Stowell of Beeston: My Lords, with the leave of the House, I will now repeat a Statement made by my right honourable friend the Prime Minister in another place. The Statement is as follows: “Mr Speaker, I would like to make a Statement on the agreement reached in Brussels last week, but first let me say a word about the migration crisis which was also discussed at the European Council. We agreed that we needed...

Armed Forces Bill: Second Reading (11 Feb 2016)

Lord Thomas of Gresford: ...Her Majesty’s Forces. He said: “The military police, who were soldiers with armbands, and the military prosecutor, who was a soldier in a wig, bungled the case”.—[ Official Report, Commons, 28/3/95; col. 812] When I appeared in a later court martial in Germany for a 17 year-old civilian son of a soldier, in another murder case, the staff sergeant who was the father of the victim in...

Scottish Parliament: Community Justice (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (11 Feb 2016)

Margaret McDougall: I will give some background to amendment 29. In section 1, the reference to “victims of offences and their families” is not the same as a reference to third sector organisations that support victims and their families. It cannot be assumed that a single reference to victims will create enough of an imperative to ensure that third sector organisations that work to support victims—to...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Justice (No. 2) Bill: Consideration Stage (10 Feb 2016)

David Ford: ...of fatal foetal abnormality and felt that she could not contemplate continuing with the pregnancy. Those two sides illustrate the sensitivity of this issue for many people. In opening this section of the debate, Mrs Pengelly talked about compassion and love. She also talked about consultation, so I think that we should look at the history of where we have been over the last few years....

Capital Markets Union: A Welcome Start (EUC Report) — Motion to Take Note (4 Feb 2016)

Lord Harrison: ...barriers and the cultural obstacles to growth”, which I have talked about before. We also said: “We particularly welcome the commitment to ensuring that Capital Markets Union is for all 28 Member States”, which is very important for us now, especially in the Government’s negotiations, which are coming to some kind of fruition, and not just for the eurozone countries. In addition,...

Immigration Bill: Committee (4th Day) (3 Feb 2016)

Lord Bates: ...language. One does not minimise in any way that they are a vulnerable group. Secondly, when the Immigration and Asylum Act was passed by the previous Labour Government in 1999, the provision under Section 95(5) for people in need was a recognition of our international obligations to provide a basic standard of care for people who had applied for asylum in our country and for our protection...

Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting — Motion to Take Note (17 Dec 2015)

Baroness Barker: ...Designate, she has talked of the need to begin a respectful and constructive dialogue around LGBT rights, because I wish to follow many others in this debate on that subject. I do not want to repeat what they said, but 40 of 53 Commonwealth countries criminalise consensual gay relations. In some countries, the situation is getting worse. Using the blueprint of Section 28, Nigeria...

Bank of England and Financial Services Bill [HL]: Report (15 Dec 2015)

Lord Eatwell: ...court to behave in particular way and why my amendment is there—because the court has not always responded to the requests of the Treasury Select Committee. It has not, for example, responded to repeated requests to publish a detailed review of its own actions during the financial crisis. My amendment, small in terms of changing circumstances though it might be, would have assisted the...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Knives: Crime (15 Dec 2015)

Andrew Selous: Section 28 of the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 provides for a minimum custodial sentence for a second (or further) conviction for possession of a knife or offensive weapon. This provision was commenced by the Government on 17 July 2015 and applies to those offenders who committed a second offence after this date. The latest quarterly sentencing bulletin for knife possession offences...

Scotland Bill: Committee (1st Day) (8 Dec 2015)

Lord Keen of Elie: In view of the time, no. Amendment 11 would clearly impact on the ability of the United Kingdom Parliament to make laws for Scotland. To that extent, it would modify Section 28(7) of the 1998 Act. The effect of that amendment could be interpreted as an attempt to limit the sovereignty of this Parliament, a point that I believe the noble Lord, Lord Stephen, acknowledged, and the Government...


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