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Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill [HL] - Committee (3rd Day) (6 Dec 2017)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: ...have not established such a register, the Secretary of State should take all reasonable steps to ensure that the Privy Council legislates to require each relevant overseas territory to do so. With your Lordships’ indulgence, I shall refer to the overseas territories as the OTs to save a degree of time. I also appreciate that, as the noble Baroness articulated in moving the amendment,...

Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Search, Seizure and Detention of Property: Code of Practice) Order 2018 - Motions to Approve (5 Dec 2017)

Lord Rosser: I thank the Minister for that explanation of the purpose and content of the four orders we are considering, which we support. Clearly, they do not have quite the same attraction for Members of your Lordships’ House as the business we discussed prior to this, judging by the attendance in the Chamber at present. The orders seek to ensure that powers are used appropriately and...

Scottish Parliament: Equally Safe (28 Nov 2017)

Ash Denham: ...150 victims of human trafficking in Scotland, about half of whom were women. Of those women, 92 per cent were trafficked for the purpose of commercial sexual exploitation. Today, in Edinburgh alone, according to a Google search, 138 women are available to purchase sex from and some can be delivered like a pizza to your door. However, women and girls are not commodities to be bought or...

Air Force (Constitution) Act 1917 — [Sir Henry Bellingham in the Chair] (23 Nov 2017)

Douglas Ross: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Sir Henry. I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Witney (Robert Courts) on securing this important debate. It is my great privilege to represent a constituency with a long and distinguished association with the Royal Air Force, which continues to this day. I was honoured to be present earlier this month, along with my hon. Friend the...

Data Protection Bill [HL] - Committee (6th Day) (22 Nov 2017)

Lord Black of Brentwood: ...relate to penalties. Amendment 163A to Clause 143 is intended to prevent inconvenient truths being all too conveniently covered up. Currently, the original publisher of an article de-listed from Google or other search engines, following the complainant’s appeal to the Information Commissioner to have it taken down by the content aggregator, neither knows about this virtual...

Drones - Question (21 Nov 2017)

Baroness Sugg: My Lords, as I mentioned, we will extend police powers in the legislation. I am sure your Lordships understand that it is sometimes a challenge to link an operator to a drone. We are trying to help address that by introducing a registration system, and we are investigating electronic identification. We are looking at putting powers in the legislation for the police to require drone users to...

Backbench Business: Support for Care Leavers — [Mrs Cheryl Gillan in the Chair] (16 Nov 2017)

Caroline Dinenage: It is a pleasure, as ever, to serve under your chairmanship, Mrs Gillan. I, too, thank my hon. Friend the Member for Brentwood and Ongar (Alex Burghart) and congratulate him on securing this important debate on the support given by the Department for Work and Pensions to care leavers. I also thank hon. Members across the House for their valuable input to this important discussion. They have...

Universal Credit - Motion to Take Note (16 Nov 2017)

Baroness Buscombe: ...heart. This support, tailored to the needs of the individual, is transforming lives across the country. People on universal credit have access to more tools than ever before to help them in their search for work and move into work faster than claimants under the system it replaces. We know that these reforms represent a significant change for many people and we respect that, but this...

Backbench Business: World Antibiotics Awareness Week — [Philip Davies in the Chair] (16 Nov 2017)

Theresa Villiers: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Davies. I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for York Outer (Julian Sturdy) on securing a debate on such an important issue. As we heard in my hon. Friend’s powerful speech, antimicrobial resistance is a significant and increasing public health threat both here and in the rest of the world. It is estimated that, in the United...

Data Protection Bill [HL] - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued) (13 Nov 2017)

Lord Lucas: ...googled “pictures of Europeans”. You get a page of black faces. Somewhere in the Google algorithm, a bit of compensation is going on. With a big algorithm like that, they have not checked what the result of that search would be, but it comes out that way. It has been equally possible to carry out searches, as at various times in the past, which were similarly off-beam with...

Property Management Company Fees — [Mr Nigel Evans in the Chair] (7 Nov 2017)

Alok Sharma: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Evans. I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Rochester and Strood (Kelly Tolhurst) on securing this incredibly important debate, on an issue which matters to her constituents and those of many Members across the House. She has highlighted a number of individual cases with organisations. As a result of the debate, they will no doubt...

Growing up with the Internet (Communications Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (7 Nov 2017)

Lord Best: My Lords, as the chairman of your Lordships’ Communications Committee when this report was published, it is a great pleasure to introduce today’s debate. I take the opportunity to congratulate the noble Lord, Lord Gilbert of Panteg, who has now been appointed as the committee’s new chairman. The committee published Growing Up With the Internet in March and the Government...

Scottish Parliament: Health (1 Nov 2017)

Alex Cole-Hamilton: ...reflected on the fact that, had he sought help for his troubles when he first started to feel unwell, he could have expected to wait 90 days or more for first-line support and treatment. We should consider the research that my party has published which shows that there are children in some parts of Scotland who have to wait upwards of two years for treatment in child and adolescent mental...

Air Travel Organisers' Licensing Bill - Report (25 Oct 2017)

Baroness Randerson: ...does that get translated into information on the screen that is clear to consumers? My interest is in consumers being able to know the difference. In the last few days I have done a significant amount of research of a very practical nature. I have been on a lot of websites and booked notional holidays aplenty. My inbox is now of course alive with the reaction of the internet to my...

Safeguarding Adults with Learning Disabilities — [Phil Wilson in the Chair] (17 Oct 2017)

Catherine McKinnell: ...that control passed to Lee himself.” Again, given the circumstances in which Lee was living and the fact that his mother was already reporting that he was being financially exploited, I find that hard to understand. Tragically, given what was to happen later, the police actually attended the address at which Lee was being held between 28 May and 5 June 2015, when we know that Lee...

Sri Lanka - Question for Short Debate (12 Oct 2017)

Lord Sheikh: My Lords, I am grateful to my noble friend Lord Naseby for bringing this important subject before your Lordships’ House. I am a friend of Sri Lanka. I have visited the country three times and met its leaders and other senior figures. I also enjoy a healthy long-standing relationship with its high commissioner in London. Here in Parliament, I am a vice-chairman of the All-Party...

Future of Work - Motion to Take Note (12 Oct 2017)

Baroness Bakewell: ...8217;Ancona, writing in the Standard, said that we have machines that can compose Bach, produce art and compose poems. Well, do we? Next week, there is a discussion at Portcullis House: “Will Robots Take Your Job?”. Will they? Many questions are opening up and the “popularity”—I put that in inverted commas—of AI as a subject for journalists, programmes...

Data Protection Bill [HL] - Second Reading (Continued) (10 Oct 2017)

Lord Mitchell: ...Data Protection Act was introduced in 1998. In those days, Facebook, Google and Uber did not exist, Amazon was barely four years old, Apple was tottering under the imminent threat of bankruptcy, search engines were rudimentary, as was the internet itself, and it would be another nine years until the iPhone would be launched. It was, indeed, a very different world. While I welcome the Bill,...

Data Protection Bill [HL] - Second Reading (10 Oct 2017)

Baroness Jay of Paddington: ...and technical challenge of trying to regulate international communication and information flows, which are largely controlled by a handful of American-based internet corporations. In this parliamentary Session, I have the privilege of sitting on your Lordships’ Select Committee on Political Polling and Digital Media. We are investigating the questions of accuracy and transparency...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Joint Replacements (18 Sep 2017)

Philip Dunne: ...This principle would apply to all ‘Conversion to’ prosthetic joint procedures provided. The ‘Conversion to’ codes could be considered ‘revisions’ in clinical terms, and you may wish to include these codes in your data search. 4 A range of OPCS codes covering knee replacements, hemiarthroplasty knees, unicomparmental knee replacements, hip replacements,...


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