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Ukraine (25 May 2022)

Stephen Doughty: ...is happy to let their people starve by stopping that grain being exported. That is the level of his wickedness. My hon. Friend the Member for Swansea West (Geraint Davies) also spoke about those humanitarian consequences. We have heard other powerful speeches. The hon. Member for Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross (Jamie Stone) spoke of his engagement with the 3rd Yorks in Estonia. I...

Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill (24 May 2022)

Claire Hanna: ...clear in the Bill that victims’ families will be notified if an amnesty is granted. However much Members do not want certain offences to be in the Bill, it is clear that sexual violence will be covered by the amnesty. We know that people conducted and covered up systematic sexual abuse in paramilitary organisations, and they too will be eligible for immunity under the Bill. It is clear...

Public Order Bill (23 May 2022)

Nickie Aiken: ...of 54 days of protest between 2019 and 2021, costing some £1.2 million a day. I therefore welcome clause 2, which would allow officers to act on reasonable suspicion that satisfies visual and intelligence-based qualifications to prevent the use of highly dangerous lock-ons. Since the publication of the Bill, I have listened to the argument that the offence is not necessary, and that the...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (6th Day) (18 May 2022)

Lord Grimstone of Boscobel: ...to good effect. When my noble friends Lady Goldie and Lord Ahmad stood at this Dispatch Box a year ago to open and close the same debate, they spoke of a changing global dynamic: a world recovering from a pandemic that changed everything; a world of rapidly advancing technology; and a new era of systemic competition. They warned that with this changing dynamic has come an increasingly...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (4th Day) (16 May 2022)

Lord Holmes of Richmond: My Lords, it is a pleasure to take part in this debate on the gracious Speech and, in doing so, I declare my technology interests as set out in the register. I will cover the two areas of financial technology, hereafter fintech, and financial inclusion, hereafter “fininc”. It is over a year since the Kalifa review into financial technology opportunity in the UK. How should we judge the...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (3rd Day) (12 May 2022)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: ...of expertise and wisdom of your Lordships’ House. Indeed, I see that today’s debate has attracted the largest number of speakers in any debate on the humble Address, so I will do my best to cover as many as possible of the points that have been raised. Not for the first time, many of the speeches today dwelt on the role and nature of your Lordships’ House. The noble and learned Lord,...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Commons Reasons and Amendments: Motion A1 (as an amendment to Motion A) (22 Mar 2022)

Lord Rosser: ...or local authorities. As part of the FSA, the NFCU already has access to sensitive law enforcement powers around directed surveillance, securing communications data and the management of convert human intelligence sources. But NFCU officers have not yet been given essential investigatory powers, including the power to apply to courts for warrants to search premises and seize evidence, or...

Ukrainian Refugees — [Peter Dowd in the Chair] (14 Mar 2022)

Catherine McKinnell: ..., a statement on this matter is currently ongoing in the main Chamber. We will need to look at the details more fully, but what we do know is that these initiatives are still quite limited: they cover only selected people, those lucky enough to have family members here or to be chosen for sponsorship. They do not offer all Ukrainians fleeing violence the opportunity to come to our country...

Scottish Parliament: Ukraine (24 Feb 2022)

Anas Sarwar: ...in its condemnation and its action. We must all stand firm in our support for Ukraine and support the freedom of the Ukrainian people. Our first actions must now be to support them with urgent humanitarian assistance. The cost of war in human lives and in unimaginable and preventable human suffering cannot be wished away. However, we can act to minimise the great evils that are unleashed...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Matter of the Day: Police Ombudsman's Report (8 Feb 2022)

Liz Kimmins: ...again. It beggars belief that the RUC handed guns back to loyalist paramilitaries so that they could be used to kill again. The latest report by the ombudsman shows a clear pattern of collusion and cover-up. Evidence and documentation were destroyed, and warnings were not passed on to victims. Special Branch refused to pass on relevant intelligence to investigators. Eyewitnesses to...

Glue Traps (Offences) Bill: Clause 1 - Offences relating to glue traps in England (4 Feb 2022)

Victoria Prentis: ...who normally talks to me a great deal about fish processing, reminded us—I am not sure that we were grateful—how close we are to a rat, probably at this very moment. She also talked about how intelligent they are. My hon. Friend the Member for Wolverhampton South West (Stuart Anderson) made valid points about how people are working together in Wolverhampton to make animal welfare...

Stalking Advocates — [Sir Mark Hendrick in the Chair] (31 Jan 2022)

Jess Phillips: ...court. McCaskre was accused of breaching an interim stalking protection order. I will come to those orders, as they have been raised. I have worked in domestic abuse, sexual violence, stalking and human trafficking services for a good many years. We can make up as many good orders as we like, but an order is absolutely worthless unless the police act on breaches of it and unless there is a...

Biometrics Commissioner and Forensic Science Regulator — [Dr Rupa Huq in the Chair] (20 Jan 2022)

Sarah Jones: ...failure of the Home Office to update the crucial databases that hold both biometric data and general information about offenders, convictions, arrests and so on.” The current legislation covering biometrics is a complicated patchwork quilt of Acts, difficult to grasp and to follow. We are clear that proper, fit-for-purpose regulation is needed. As in the forensics field, the stakes are...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Report (6th Day): Amendment 109C (17 Jan 2022)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: ...ensures a right to freedom of expression. It is therefore not necessary to include a reference to the importance of the right to freedom of expression, because this is already a given under the Human Rights Act. None the less, I assure noble Lords that the code will address issues around freedom of expression. Indeed, in my opening remarks, I noted that we will ensure that the content of...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Report (5th Day): Amendment 104A (12 Jan 2022)

Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb: .... Obviously it is completely wrong that the police, instead of rescuing children from situations of criminal exploitation, can send them back into dangerous situations to work for them as undercover spies. It is not enough to say that they give loads of good intelligence and so on; I have seen from many years of watching undercover police that they suffer trauma and extremely miserable...

Magnitsky Sanctions: Human Rights Abuses (8 Dec 2021)

Stephen Doughty: ...some in this room and the Opposition. I put on the record again our heartfelt condolences to the family of Sergei Magnitsky and I salute all those who have campaigned in his honour. Tragically, human rights abuses are on the rise globally. Unfortunately, as we have seen, the pandemic has exacerbated such abuses around the world: criminals have been using the global disarray as a vessel to...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Criminal Justice (Committal Reform) Bill: Consideration Stage (23 Nov 2021)

Naomi Long: ...panel appointed by the Executive to report on a strategy for disbanding paramilitary groups recommended: "While it is crucial that criminal proceedings should follow due process and comply with human rights, justice delayed is justice denied. The time it takes for cases to come to court could be reduced, securing more convictions and building community confidence in the criminal justice...

Creative Sector - Motion to Take Note (4 Nov 2021)

the Earl of Dundee: ...has claimed that in spite of attempts at compensatory funding many participants are still in great difficulties. Nevertheless, the Government should be commended for their July 2020 cultural recovery disbursement of £1.57 billion, awarded to more than 5,000 organisations, as since then they also can be for instigating a variety of other useful interventions, including those of last...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Committee (5th Day): Amendment 129 (3 Nov 2021)

Lord Paddick: ...street robbery. Noble Lords will quite rightly think that properly targeted stop and search is a powerful weapon in taking knives off the street, particularly if third-party information—community intelligence—points to those who are the knife carriers. Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services has done some number-crunching on stop and search, and I am...

Animal Testing — [Julie Elliott in the Chair] (25 Oct 2021)

Fleur Anderson: ...hon. Member for Linlithgow and East Falkirk (Martyn Day) for introducing this important debate on behalf of all those people who have signed the petition and for giving such a persuasive speech, covering so many of the different areas that we need to talk about when debating this issue. As the hon. Gentleman pointed out, more than 319,000 people have signed the petitions, which shows the...


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