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Media Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 16 (20 May 2024)

Viscount Colville of Culross: ...production in the parts of the country affected by Amendments 16 and 17. Not surprisingly, Scots indies responded that, far from being unable to develop and deliver big ideas, they were capable of making programmes for the biggest streamers and broadcasters in the world. I can say from personal experience of working with American commissioners that they are very demanding. If a company can...

Written Answers — Department for Business and Trade: Clothing: Sales (20 May 2024)

Alan Mak: ...modern-day slavery and working in partnership with producing countries to achieve sustainability in all supply chains, including the garment trade. The Government's Overseas Business Risk guidance makes clear to UK companies the risks of operating in certain regions and urges them to conduct appropriate due diligence when making business decisions. The Modern Slavery Act requires in-scope...

Women’s State Pension Age: Ombudsman Report (16 May 2024)

Alan Brown: ...financially. She has suffered umpteen chronic health conditions while caring for her parents, but was forced to take NHS bank work just to survive. Lesley, who has sometimes worked three jobs to make ends meet, was a carer for her partner when he had cancer, a carer for her dad when he had cancer, and had a period of travelling to Southampton every weekend to visit her aunt—superwoman...

Women’s State Pension Age: Ombudsman Report (16 May 2024)

Alan Brown: ...financially. She has suffered umpteen chronic health conditions while caring for her parents, but was forced to take NHS bank work just to survive. Lesley, who has sometimes worked three jobs to make ends meet, was a carer for her partner when he had cancer, a carer for her dad when he had cancer, and had a period of travelling to Southampton every weekend to visit her aunt—superwoman...

Business of the House (16 May 2024)

Alan Brown: ...had to attend the funeral online. It turns out that had the decision been made in time, the need for a biometric card would have prevented her from travelling anyway. Can the Leader of the House make sure that the urgent ILR application process is just that, and find a way for people to travel without a biometric residence card on compassionate grounds?

Business of the House (16 May 2024)

Alan Brown: ...had to attend the funeral online. It turns out that had the decision been made in time, the need for a biometric card would have prevented her from travelling anyway. Can the Leader of the House make sure that the urgent ILR application process is just that, and find a way for people to travel without a biometric residence card on compassionate grounds?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Primary Care: Extreme Pressures (14 May 2024)

Cara Hunter: ...total health and social care spend in 2022-23. That lack of investment reveals itself most dramatically in the closure of surgeries, emigrating doctors and low morale. So many GPs have been left to make the difficult decision to exit a professional career that has, historically, been both attractive and somewhat rewarding in many ways. GPs have continued to take on fewer hours, and,...

Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill - Second Reading (13 May 2024)

Lord Falconer of Thoroton: My Lords, the heroes of this story are Alan Bates and the sub-postmasters. Having been wrongly convicted, and in order to establish their innocence, they brought a piece of incredibly expensive civil litigation. This was fought all the way by the Post Office. As Sir Wyn Williams will tell us, there are signs that it deliberately suppressed evidence even then. Alan Bates won in front of a...

BBC Mid-term Charter Review ( 9 May 2024)

Damian Collins: ...very differently in the past, and that David Attenborough commissioned the entire series without having to ask for the director-general’s opinion; he just did a 14-part epic of factual content. Alan Clark’s father, Kenneth Clark, opens the “Civilisation” series by asking, “What is civilisation?” He says, “I don’t think I can define it, but I think I recognise it when I see...

Miners and Mining Communities ( 9 May 2024)

Ian Lavery: ...with every sentiment that my hon. Friend expresses. We should never forget what happened. A number of my hon. Friends have mentioned the Durham miners, the Durham miners’ gala and specifically Alan, Stephen and the whole team there, and I have huge admiration for them. What a wonderful day the Durham miners’ gala is, with hundreds of thousands of individuals flying their banners, brass...

UK Trade Performance - Statement ( 7 May 2024)

Lord McNicol of West Kilbride: ..., the Secretary of State’s facts and figures Statement to the Commons last week said nothing new. It was as if one of her advisers had opened up ChatGPT and asked it to cherry-pick statistics and make reference to the Brexit trade bonus, as if that were anything other than a slogan without substance. In some ways, I am not sure where to start. It was, after all, not aimed at us in...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Housing Crisis on the North Coast ( 7 May 2024)

Gordon Lyons: ...that strategy will aim to provide the framework for the system changes that we need, but it will deliver only if other Departments prioritise the changes in budgetary allocations that they have to make so that the whole system can deliver the homes that we need. I have been clear about the need to build more social homes. I announced to the Assembly on 9 April that, in the last financial...

Kingsmill Massacre Inquest ( 2 May 2024)

Jim Shannon: ...Freeburn, 50 years of age; Joseph Lemmon, 46 years of age; John McConville, 20 years of age; James McWhirter, 58 years of age; Robert Walker, 46 years of age; and Kenneth Worton, 24 years of age. Alan Black, who was only 32 at the time, was the only one who survived. He had been shot 18 times, and one of the bullets had grazed his head. He said: “I didn’t even flinch because I knew if...

Pension Schemes ( 2 May 2024)

Allan Dorans: ..., surely Hewlett Packard can as well. We might ask why it does not. The answer is simply that it does not have to. In fact, it does not even have to explain how it comes to the decision that it makes each year. The decision-making process, what factors are considered and how pensioners’ needs are represented all lack transparency, and there is nothing that compels the company to change...

Bank of England (Economic Affairs Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note ( 2 May 2024)

the Earl of Effingham: ...forecasting in both the short, medium and long term. As anyone who has been involved in currency forecasting, or indeed any other type of economic modelling will know, it is notoriously difficult. Alan Greenspan, when he was chairman of the Federal Reserve in the 1990s, set his researchers the task of examining foreign exchange rates and, having number-crunched 30 years’ worth of data,...

National Grid: Pylons — [Mrs Pauline Latham in the Chair] ( 2 May 2024)

Alan Whitehead: I will make sure to pronounce your name “Layth-am”, and not otherwise, Mrs Latham. And, given my experience in previous debates, I will make sure that I face you when speaking this afternoon. I congratulate the hon. Member for Boston and Skegness (Matt Warman) on obtaining this Backbench Business debate. It has been very interesting, and has enabled us to set out the exquisite dilemma in...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Fluorinated Gases: Regulation ( 2 May 2024)

Alan Brown: ...of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, with reference to the policy paper entitled Assessment of the F gas Regulation in Great Britain, published on 16 December 2022, if he will make an assessment of what the research and development requirements will be for businesses switching from f-gas to alternative gases to meet the quotas set out in that report; and whether he has had...

Business and Trade: Topical Questions ( 2 May 2024)

Alan Mak: The Government launched our critical imports and supply chain strategy earlier this year, and I chaired the Critical Imports Council last month. We are bringing together 23 organisations to make sure that our supply chains are robust, and I look forward to my hon. Friend’s input into that.

Scottish Parliament: Women’s State Pensions (Compensation) ( 1 May 2024)

Marie McNair: ...bringing it to the chamber. WASPI women worked tirelessly throughout their lives only to find themselves facing a six-year delay to receiving their pension. That left many struggling to make ends meet and facing financial uncertainty at a time when they should have been able to relax and put their feet up. It is estimated that, in my constituency, more than 4,700...

UK Trade: Aviation ( 1 May 2024)

Alan Mak: ...Flightpath to the Future”, which is the Government’s 10-point plan to ensure that the UK continues to develop aviation as part of our critical national infrastructure. It is our blueprint to make sure that we have the skills, technology and infrastructure to deliver for aviation over the next 10 years. It will ensure that the UK maximises the benefits of aviation, delivering economic...


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