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International Development Committee (19 Jan 2023)

Sarah Champion: ...to thank the Committee Members, staff and specialist advisers, and all who gave evidence. Next week we mark Holocaust Memorial Day. The horror, loss and trauma of Nazi genocide and crimes against humanity are still felt by survivors, descendants and communities today. But mass atrocities have not been relegated to history. We see these horrors in Ukraine today, where Putin’s...

International Development Committee (19 Jan 2023)

Sarah Champion: ...to thank the Committee Members, staff and specialist advisers, and all who gave evidence. Next week we mark Holocaust Memorial Day. The horror, loss and trauma of Nazi genocide and crimes against humanity are still felt by survivors, descendants and communities today. But mass atrocities have not been relegated to history. We see these horrors in Ukraine today, where Putin’s...

National Security Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 82 (16 Jan 2023)

Lord Purvis of Tweed: ...of bona fide commercial activity and other activity not serving predominantly a foreign interest. Therefore, the whole gamut of the points that she and others have made in this House will be covered by this scheme and not that scheme, but why is not indicated. In fact, the Government’s own impact assessment goes beyond that, saying that they do not know how many small businesses will be...

National Security Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 63A (11 Jan 2023)

Lord Sharpe of Epsom: ...I am incorrect. Moving on, caution when considering the legality of support to our partners is of course correct and will continue. However, the current impact of the SCA offences means that vital intelligence-sharing opportunities have been delayed or missed, even when UKIC and the Armed Forces are fully compliant with other legal and policy requirements, such as the Fulford principles...

Christmas Adjournment (20 Dec 2022)

Kevin Brennan: I congratulate the hon. Member for Bosworth (Dr Evans) on his speech. My intervention on him was generated by KI, or Kevin intelligence, rather than AI. I had hoped to speak earlier in the debate, but despite my having been in the House for 21 years, I think my name got lost in the ether somewhere. I congratulate him on introducing the subject of artificial intelligence and its capability;...

National Security Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 23 (19 Dec 2022)

Lord Murray of Blidworth: ...to making any decision to exercise powers under Clause 6. On Amendment 26, it is crucial for national security that the UK continues to protect all areas used for defence purposes and by the UK intelligence community. Carving out certain places over others within these categories in the way this amendment proposes risks creating gaps that hostile actors could exploit. It could require the...

National Security Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 8 (19 Dec 2022)

Baroness Ludford: ...being in the interests of national security because no element in the offence has a link to the interests of national security, or indeed to the safety or interests of the United Kingdom. In their human rights memorandum the Government did not address the compatibility of this offence with ECHR Article 10. In the offence there is no requirement for there to be any detriment to the UK or to...

National Security Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 4 (19 Dec 2022)

Lord Murray of Blidworth: My Lords, I thank all noble Lords, and the noble Baroness, for their contributions to this short debate. I also thank the Joint Committee on Human Rights for its report and its close scrutiny of the Bill. I take the opportunity to confirm that the Government’s response has been published today, and I have asked for a copy to be placed in the Library of the House. The Government consider...

National Security Bill - Second Reading (6 Dec 2022)

Baroness Ludford: My Lords, this has been a most interesting debate, not least due to the contributions from our national security, defence and intelligence professionals—or the securocrats, as the noble Lord, Lord Ricketts, collectively named them. As the noble Baroness, Lady Jones of Moulsecoomb, said, we have heard from people who actually know what they are talking about in this debate—unlike people...

Association of Jewish Ex-servicemen and Women: Remembrance Parade and Ceremony (18 Nov 2022)

Alex Chalk: ...for the debate. In one she described caring for a soldier who had been shot in the chest but was ultimately saved by his Bible, which was in his breast pocket. She reported that an inch of the cover had been shot away, and the top of the first page, which had been exposed, was from the Book of Exodus, recounting the delivery of the people of Israel from Egypt. I also found it striking to...

National Security Bill: New Clause 9 - Use of Reasonable Force (16 Nov 2022)

Nigel Evans: ...) section 14, and, (b) any other matters the person or body considers relevant to the matters mentioned in subsections (1) and (2). (4) The person or body appointed under subsection (1) may be the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament, or another person or body the Secretary of State considers appropriate. (5) A review must be carried out under this section in respect of— (a)...

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill: New Clause 8 - Disclosure orders (18 Oct 2022)

Thomas Tugendhat: ...leads. Financial investigations are often critical in developing evidence that is used in criminal proceedings where there is a financial element, by identifying and tracing criminal assets and uncovering the extent of criminal networks. Financial investigation has become increasingly important in criminal investigations in recent years. In his recent letter to the Committee, the national...

Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill (13 Oct 2022)

Valerie Vaz: ...author, and I bet he wishes he was reading his books, rather than the Bill. This is a wide-ranging Bill, and the main reforms are to Companies House. I am quite surprised that two Departments are covering this. It is a huge Bill, with six parts, 162 clauses and eight schedules. It is impossible to go through the whole Bill, but I have looked at certain sections of it, and it makes big...

Scottish Parliament: Greyhound Racing (6 Oct 2022)

Màiri McAllan: I begin the Government’s response to the debate, which I thank Mark Ruskell for introducing and members for taking part in, by being very clear that greyhounds are intelligent, affectionate and gentle animals, that the mistreatment of animals in Scotland is completely unacceptable and that we expect people who are found guilty of mistreatment to be prosecuted to the full extent of the law....

Ukraine (22 Sep 2022)

Alicia Kearns: ...court or tribunal for sexual violence and rape that is established at the start of conflicts, rather than at the end when it is too late to collect evidence. We must also learn how we share intelligence. In September last year—this time last year—Britain and America went round and told our allies that Putin was going to invade. We had the intelligence, we were sure of it, but our...

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill: Clause 57 - National security proceedings (8 Sep 2022)

Jess Phillips: ...the individual doing harm, but it is the state that intervenes to protect the parties, or the state that allows cases to be closed. The idea that the state does not have a responsibility for the human rights of a victim of crime such as this when it comes to how they are treated when they try to interact with the state is, I am afraid, for the birds. Almost every single rape victim I have...

Jagtar Singh Johal (7 Sep 2022)

Rehman Chishti: .... I am also sure that the hon. Lady would agree that we all in this House respect the separation of power between the Executive, the judiciary and the legislature, and, with regard to the intelligence agencies, the various checks and balances. We have the Intelligence and Security Committee, the Investigatory Powers Tribunal and the Investigatory Powers Commissioner. There is no doubt that...

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill: Clause 1 - Obtaining or disclosing protected information (12 Jul 2022)

Stuart McDonald: ...I am grateful to those groups for their Second Reading briefings, which have largely prompted my remarks this morning. They point to several features of the clause that cause difficulty. First, it covers material that does not bear a security classification, and information is in scope even if it is not restricted but the person receiving it reasonably believes that it should have been....

EU Retained Law - Statement (23 Jun 2022)

...reform ahead of us. Members will know that the recent Queen’s Speech was full to the gunwales with the opportunities of Brexit, ranging from financial services to agriculture, data and artificial intelligence, transport, energy, and restoring sense to human rights law. This Government will work to develop a new pro-growth, high-standards regulatory framework that will give business the...

EU Retained Law (22 Jun 2022)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: ...reform ahead of us. Members will know that the recent Queen’s Speech was full to the gunwales with the opportunities of Brexit, ranging from financial services to agriculture, data and artificial intelligence, transport, energy, and restoring sense to human rights law. This Government will work to develop a new pro-growth, high-standards regulatory framework that will give business the...


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