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Port Examination Codes of Practice and National Security Determinations Guidance Regulations 2020 - Motion to Approve (10 Jul 2020)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: ...allowing the police to prioritise their resources and retaining the safeguard of regular reviews. It is supported by the Biometrics Commissioner. Another point was about some ports not being covered. Port monitoring is, of course, quite often intelligence-led. If we literally covered our entire border with officers, we would still have people getting through without the intelligence that...

Telecommunications Infrastructure (Leasehold Property) Bill - Report: Amendment 5 (29 Jun 2020)

Baroness Falkner of Margravine: My Lords, it is a pleasure to have added my name to the amendment moved by the noble Lord, Lord Alton of Liverpool, whose expertise on human rights is paralleled by no one else in this House. Deng Xiaoping, one of China’s most impressive leaders, had a lesson for his countrymen: “Hide your light and bide your time,” he told them. What he meant by that was that China’s power was extant...

Hong Kong: Covid-19 - Motion to Take Note (19 Mar 2020)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: ... China the number of deaths globally stands at 8,971. Since its emergence in Wuhan, some 81,928 people in China have become infected. Initially, the Chinese Government delayed announcing the discovery of the virus and silenced those who sought to warn the world of what was unfolding, suppressing information rather than the virus. Every moment lost has set back the time required time to...

Scottish Parliament: Animals and Wildlife (Penalties, Protections and Powers) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (12 Mar 2020)

Colin Smyth: .... In their joint briefing on the bill, Blue Cross, Cats Protection, the Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home, PDSA and the Dogs Trust highlighted the significant number of animal offences that are not covered by legislation. Offences such as mutilation, cruel operations, poisons, failure-to-ensure-welfare offences, licensing activities involving animals and abandonment are not covered by the changes...

Huawei and 5G — [Ian Paisley in the Chair] (4 Mar 2020)

Bob Seely: ... the Member for Chingford and Woodford Green (Sir Iain Duncan Smith) on securing the debate. In the four minutes that I have I shall go through some of the important points that have not been covered. Huawei is a high-risk vendor and should not be in our critical national infrastructure. That is the first significant mistake that this Government have made. How bad and how serious it...

Medicines and Medical Devices Bill (2 Mar 2020)

Anne Marie Morris: ...however. Government time is precious, and I doubt we will have many occasions to discuss medicines and medical devices, which I suspect is why many of my colleagues have raised things that are not covered in the current legislation. In a world in which medicines and medical devices are changing fast, the Government need to take greater powers to meet those changes and take advantage of...

Algorithms: Public Sector Decision-making - Question for Short Debate (12 Feb 2020)

Baroness Barran: ...highlighted the widespread and rapidly growing use of algorithms, which underlines the importance of this debate. As noble Lords are aware, the UK is a world leader in relation to artificial intelligence, in terms of attracting investment, attracting talent and, crucially, in thinking through the practical and ethical challenges that the technology presents. While driving forward...

Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill [HL] - Second Reading (4 Feb 2020)

Lord Robathan: ...on this. That ended several months ago, but again it would be straying into difficult territory if I were to mention the case in particular. The issues I will raise now on Romania have all been covered in the press. I start with a newspaper article from 10 April last year. I mention only this one—there are many others—because its headline is: “Romania’s child traffickers walk...

Britain in the World (13 Jan 2020)

Bob Seely: ...announce this, as it is hugely valuable. What is the state of the world that we are going to move into in about a fortnight’s time? Globally, although conventional wars are in decline and much of humanity enjoys more enriched lives than ever before, the world, in some senses, has become a more challenging place. New forms of integrated conflict and competition are being developed by...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (2nd Day) (7 Jan 2020)

Lord Gardiner of Kimble: ...that this country helped to build and one that this Government are determined to defend and strengthen. To this end, we will play our part in bolstering the United Nations, NATO, our Five Eyes intelligence alliance, the G20, the G7, the World Trade Organization and the Commonwealth, as current chair-in-office and beyond. We are also committed to strengthening the UK’s role as a global...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (19 Dec 2019)

Crispin Blunt: ...of Britain’s role in the world and the values that are going to underpin that. I wholly agree that we need to look at an integrated security, defence and foreign policy review that must also cover all aspects of international policy, from defence to diplomacy to development. I know that we do not comment on intelligence matters, but our intelligence agencies are an important part of the...

Essex: Major Incident - Statement (28 Oct 2019)

Lord Bethell: ..., I shall repeat a Statement made in another place by my right honourable friend the Home Secretary. Before I do so, it might be helpful before our debate to set out our advice on what would be covered by the sub judice rule under which the House abstains from discussing the merits of a dispute about to be tried or decided in a court of law. In the case of the major incident in Essex, the...

Backbench Business: Internet of Things: Regulation — [Mike Gapes in the Chair] (3 Oct 2019)

Jon Cruddas: ...the Minister’s response to all those questions in a few minutes’ time. I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Newcastle upon Tyne Central (Chi Onwurah) on securing the debate, which covers some of the most challenging issues that society— indeed, humanity—will face over the coming years, many of which are rarely discussed in Parliament. Her speech was quite brilliant. The...

Backbench Business: Sanctions Policy and Implementation — [Philip Davies in the Chair] (3 Oct 2019)

Andrew Murrison: ...contribute—but these are not normal times, are they? The speech made by my hon. Friend the Member for Tonbridge and Malling was magisterial; he hit the nail on the head, and I will do my best to cover the issues he has raised. I also congratulate him and his Committee on their report of 5 June. As the ex-Chairman of a Select Committee myself, I know a little about drafting Select...

Detainee Issues - Statement (18 Jul 2019)

Baroness Ludford: ...’s recommendations to replace the current consolidated guidance with new principles, the refusal to re-establish a judge-led inquiry, which was promised nearly a decade ago, is deplorable. The Intelligence and Security Committee, under the chairmanship of Dominic Grieve, did its best in the reports it produced a year ago, but the Prime Minister denied it access to relevant witnesses such...

Detainees (18 Jul 2019)

David Lidington: ...to the detention and rendition of detainees overseas. Our policy on this issue remains clear: the Government do not participate in, solicit, encourage or condone the use of torture or of cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment for any purpose. To do so would not only be wrong and incompatible with the United Kingdom’s commitments under international conventions—such as the United Nations...

Regulating in a Digital World (Communications Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (12 Jun 2019)

Viscount Colville of Culross: ...on chapter 3, on ethical technology. The committee put some energy into understanding the role of algorithms in the digital world and the problems that might arise from unregulated artificial intelligence. I have been particularly struck by the evidence given by witnesses such as Professor John Naughton, who told us that the wider community, including government and industry, were dazzled...

Scottish Parliament: Children (Equal Protection from Assault) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (28 May 2019)

Ruth Maguire: I am proud to speak in this debate on behalf of the Equalities and Human Rights Committee. I give my heartfelt thanks to our diligent and professional clerking team, who are an example to us all. The bill has dominated our work programme for the past few months. It is an important bill for children and families and could affect a huge number of people in Scotland. We knew that, as a...

Parliament: Freedom of Speech and the Rule of Law - Motion to Take Note (23 May 2019)

Lord Brown of Eaton-under-Heywood: ...safety of children? Take the notorious Thompson and Venables case: could a Member have decided off his own bat to reveal their whereabouts and thus imperil their lives—or, say, trade secrets or intelligence material? Essentially, the privilege is to prevent Members being vulnerable to claims of defamation, breach of privacy and so forth—indeed, to any other risks inhibiting the...

UK Foreign Policy in a Shifting World Order (International Relations Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (21 May 2019)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: ...sent by my noble friend. We are working on it and I hope that in the next 48 hours we will have a more comprehensive response to that letter, addressing some of the issues that were perhaps not covered in the initial response from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. I share in much of what the noble Lord, Lord Collins, said; he will know this. I agree with him that it is important for us...


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