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Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee: Misuse of Xanax (15 Jan 2018)

Bambos Charalambous: ...media. Following the death of Lil Peep, the rapper Lil Pump, who previously had a song called “4 Xans” and other songs with references to Xanax, and who had posed for a picture with a Xanax cake to celebrate achieving 1 million followers on Instagram, announced on new year’s day that he would no longer be taking Xanax. Three-time Grammy winning artist Chance the Rapper...

Duties of Customs (20 Nov 2017)

Jonathan Edwards: That is grounds for huge concern, because these trade negotiators will be up against expert teams that have been carrying out such negotiations for many years, and this is not just about the EU deal. If it is the British Government’s intention, as one of their first options, to take on the United States in trade negotiations, I would advise them to take the advice of the experts who...

EU: Transition Deal - Question for Short Debate (19 Oct 2017)

Baroness McIntosh of Pickering: ...the customs union because we do not agree to the four pillars—the free movement of goods, services, capital and people—or the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice. Yet she states that we want to carry on trading on the same terms. How can that happen? This smacks of having our cake and eating it, and we have been warned that that is specifically not on the table. The...

English Baccalaureate: Creative and Technical Subjects - Motion to Take Note (14 Sep 2017)

Lord Nash: ...it to noble Lords before—is the higher-level BTEC diploma in fish husbandry, a subject in which there were no formal exams, only coursework, but which counted for four GCSEs. Other favourites of mine include cake decorating and hazard control; sadly, there are many other examples. Head teachers and teachers inevitably respond to the incentives that are put on them; those were the...

Scottish Parliament: Food and Drink Strategy (14 Sep 2017)

Willie Coffey: ...the local Jamieson park. The visitors were able to enjoy a wide range of locally produced food, including chilli from Fenwick, ice creams from Galston, speciality canapés from businesses in Kilmarnock and amazing cake creations from Newmilns. There were many hot-food demonstrations from a number of creative local businesses, with tasting sessions and the chance to wash it all down...

Economy and Jobs (29 Jun 2017)

Stephen Timms: ...groups who have been most affected by recent welfare reforms: people with disabilities, lone parents and large family households.” It reminds us that entitlements for those groups were cut again in April—after the research was carried out. In the case of new claimants of employment and support allowance in the work-related activity group, they have lost another £30 a week....

Queen’s Speech - Debate (5th Day) (28 Jun 2017)

Lord Tugendhat: ...as many others have made clear in the course of it, the Brexit negotiations are immensely complicated. That is a far cry from what some of the most prominent leavers suggested, with their talk of cake, money for the NHS and independence day a year ago. I believe that those people who made it appear so simple a year ago now have a special responsibility to rally to the Government and...

Debate on the Address: Education and Local Services (27 Jun 2017)

Chris Bryant: ...the biggest challenge since the second world war, yet we have a Prime Minister who has shown herself to have a tin ear. Her authority, frankly, is in tatters, she has no mandate and she patently cannot carry the country. She is like a massive oil tanker holed beneath the water line. She cannot proceed at pace, she cannot turn around and everyone knows, in this Chamber and in the country,...

Armed Forces Act (Continuation) Order 2017 - Motion to Approve (21 Mar 2017)

Lord Stirrup: ...will understandably be taken up with economic and trade concerns. Yet we stand at a time when our underpinning assumptions about the world in which we live, and in which we will need to trade and carry on business more widely, are threatened in a way that we have not seen for decades. Over the past three years we have been commemorating various centenaries connected with the First World...

Scottish Parliament: Local Government Finance (Scotland) Order 2017 [Draft] (9 Mar 2017)

John Mason: I will come on to taxation in a minute, but for now I will carry on with the spending alternatives. I find it strange that Opposition parties all seem to agree that the way in which the Scottish Government has split up the cake is correct—they argue for a bigger cake, but they never argue that the slice for any one sector is too big. The other option is to raise more in taxation, as Mr...

Scottish Parliament: Marie Curie Great Daffodil Appeal (8 Mar 2017)

Graeme Dey: ...time they have left. There is no doubt that Marie Curie’s staff do a tremendous job, and I thank my friend Linda Fabiani for bringing the debate to the chamber so that we can acknowledge that. Carrying out that work has a substantial cost, though, so I will use my speech to acknowledge the very considerable fundraising efforts made by Angus South residents to aid the Marie Curie...

European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill - Second Reading (2nd Day) (Continued) (21 Feb 2017)

Baroness Quin: ..., particularly as seen in the White Paper that they were forced into producing at the last minute, is vacuous. As many people have said, it seems to be a case of the Government wanting to have their cake and eat it, served up with a huge helping of wishful thinking. I also find the timing of this Bill troubling. At the Conservative Party conference, the Prime Minister announced that...

Arbitration and Mediation Services (Equality) Bill [HL] - Second Reading (27 Jan 2017)

Baroness Deech: ...the mass movement of people of different religions and practices, with the consequent need for integration and for majorities and minorities to live together in peace and respect. If bakers are not allowed to refuse to bake a gay cake, how much more serious an issue and how clear the answer if a religious minority is in breach of our law in an important part of its entire way of life. In...

Opposition Day: Prisons (25 Jan 2017)

Philip Davies: ...is often not the case. In reality, the overwhelming majority of the public believe that offenders should serve the whole of the sentence that they were given by the courts in the first place. In a survey carried out by Lord Ashcroft, 82% of those asked thought that prisoners should serve the full prison sentence handed down by the court. That, for many, is not rocket science; it is just...

National Life: Shared Values and Public Policy Priorities - Motion to Take Note (Continued) (2 Dec 2016)

Lord Luce: ...the second is humility. The following words are familiar to the whole House: “I declare before you all that my whole life whether it be long or short shall be devoted to your service … But I shall not have strength to carry out this resolution alone unless you join in it with me, as I now invite you to do”. I declare an interest as a former Lord Chamberlain. Those are, of...

Exiting the European Union: Business of the House (1 Dec 2016)

David Lidington: ..., to which the hon. Gentleman referred, and I found in it some proposals for certain procedural changes. I will take those into consideration as part of the review of EVEL that the Government are currently carrying out. I always enjoy Scottish cake, be it a Dundee cake, a clootie dumpling or anything else coming from north of the border, but it is absolutely clear that what the Government...

Article 50 (Constitution Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (22 Nov 2016)

Lord Kerr of Kinlochard: ...Hunt and Lord Lang. It is not possible to decide after the referendum that it produced the wrong result—the result is the result is the result—so there is no doubt that, for many of us with a heavy heart, the resolution would be carried. I therefore rather agree with the noble Lord, Lord Hunt, that the Supreme Court case is a bit of a distraction and side issue. It seems that...

Early Years Development and School-Readiness — [Mr Nigel Evans in the Chair] (12 Jul 2016)

Jo Churchill: ...that final year, with four-year-olds. It has to start earlier. We know what the problems are: they were largely indicated in the NSPCC report; the important research on speech and language therapy that was carried out for the Scottish Parliament in 2014; Speaker Bercow’s report in 2008; and the work done by Save the Children and Newcastle University in 2013. But what about the...

Outcome of the European Union Referendum - Motion to Take Note (Continued) (5 Jul 2016)

Lord Kerr of Kinlochard: ...Government have no Brexit plan. How could they have a Brexit plan when he issued no manifesto on which Whitehall could base its planning? Judging by his article last week in the Telegraph, he is still consistent about his policy on cake: our goods are to have free access throughout the single market but we will not recognise the jurisdiction of the ECJ.; we will play football but bring...


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