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Written Answers — Home Office: Refugees: Children (24 Apr 2017)

Robert Goodwill: ...under any other provisions and cannot be removed to the country of their former habitual residence because they are not admissible for purposes of residence there. Those who have committed serious crimes or are considered to be a danger to the security or the public order of the UK are not eligible for stateless leave. Those who qualify under the Immigration Rules are normally granted 30...

Written Answers — Home Office: Crime (24 Apr 2017)

Brandon Lewis: The Government protected overall police spending in the 2015 Spending Review, and the 2017/18 police funding settlement maintains that commitment. Every Police & Crime Commissioner who maximised their local precept income in 2016/17 and 2017/18 will receive at least the same direct resource funding in cash that they received in 2015/16. Ministers make decisions on police funding to...

Written Answers — Home Office: Offences against Children (21 Apr 2017)

Brandon Lewis: Data for these offences by police force area and by year are available in the police recorded crime and outcomes open data available here: me-open-data-tables

Written Answers — Home Office: Offences against Children (21 Apr 2017)

Brandon Lewis: Data for these offences by police force area and by year are available in the police recorded crime and outcomes open data available here: me-open-data-tables

Written Answers — Home Office: Offences against Children (21 Apr 2017)

Brandon Lewis: year and by police force area/community safety partnership (Greater Manchester is a police force area, Wigan is a community safety partnership area) are available in the police recorded crime and outcomes open data available here: me-open-data-tables

Written Answers — Home Office: Fraud (20 Apr 2017)

Ben Wallace: ...estimated the loss to the UK economy from fraud to be £52 billion. We have made no later estimate of the cost of fraud to the UK economy. It is clear from other measures that fraud is a prevalent crime. The most recent figures published by the Office of National Statistics show that for the year ending September 2016 there were 3.6 million fraud offences. That is why the work of the...

Written Answers — Home Office: Offences against Children: Internet (11 Apr 2017)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: The National Crime Agency, of which the CEOP Command forms part, publishes the National Strategic Assessment annually. The Assessment provides a comprehensive picture of the risk posed to the UK and its interests by serious and organised crime, including child sexual exploitation and abuse. The National Crime Agency also publishes an Annual Report which contains a set of statistics in respect...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Crime: Statistics (5 Apr 2017)

Lyn Brown: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, what plans there are to continue the statistical series Crime Statistics, Focus on Public Perceptions of Crime and the Police, and the Personal Well-being of Victims; and when he plans to publish the next such report.

Criminal Finances Bill - Committee (2nd Day) (3 Apr 2017)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: central government, detailing the occasions that exclusion from a bidding process has occurred, and central government would then have to collate all these reports in order to compile national statistics to be published in the report. Such a reporting requirement would go against the Government’s drive to simplify the public procurement process and to cut red tape. Current efforts...

Written Answers — Home Office: Motorcycles: Theft (30 Mar 2017)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: The Home Office does not hold the requested information centrally. Statistics on theft or unauthorised taking of a motor vehicle, which will include motorcycles, are regularly published by the Office for National Statistics. This can be found in Table A4 of the latest Crime in England and Wales publication. Information on prosecutions is the responsibility of the Ministry of Justice. They...

Public Bill Committee: Prisons and Courts Bill: The Prisons and Probation Ombudsman (29 Mar 2017)

Richard Arkless: ...than was given to the last. The all-party groups on refugees and on migration have concluded very clearly that there should be a 28-day limit. People held in immigration detention have committed no crime, yet their detention is open-ended, without limit, and could last for years. In no other sphere of our jurisdiction would we allow that to happen. It simply would not happen in the rest of...

Written Answers — Home Office: Hate Crime: Elections (23 Mar 2017)

Sarah Newton: The Home Office holds annual data on the number of racist hate crimes and incidents in England and Wales. We do not hold specific data relating to electoral campaigns. In the most recent hate crime statistical bulletin, ‘Hate Crime, England and Wales, 2015/16’, an Annex was included on the level of racially or religiously aggravated offences around the time of the EU Referendum....

Public Bill Committee: Vehicle Technology and Aviation Bill: Courses offered as alternative to prosecution: fees etc (21 Mar 2017)

Richard Burden: I beg to move amendment 28, in clause 23, page 18, line 22, a t end insert— “(6A) The Secretary of State must collect and publish quarterly statistics relating to fixed penalty notices and diversionary courses, including— (a) the number of persons issued with a fixed penalty notice after attending a diversionary course, (b) a breakdown of the...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Homicide (21 Mar 2017)

Lord Keen of Elie: ...contributed) to the death of the victim; and (d) that the breach of the duty of care “departed so far from accepted standards” as to be characterised as gross negligence, and therefore a crime. The Government takes the view that the Adamako Test continues to provide effective and appropriate guidance in aiding the determination of gross negligence manslaughter cases. In...

Prisons and Courts Bill (20 Mar 2017)

Richard Arkless: ...her all the best in fighting that political climate. If she can change it, I will be a fan. My friend, in the sincerest form of the word, the right hon. Member for Delyn (Mr Hanson) outlined with his usual great clarity the statistics that corroborate the Chair of the Justice Committee’s assertion that the position is grim. He struck an excellent tone and was very constructive,...

Car Insurance: Young People — [Sir Roger Gale in the Chair] (20 Mar 2017)

Stuart Donaldson: ...of cars in every aspect of young people’s lives does increase risk. However, like any other age group, young people are not all the same; there are good drivers and bad drivers. Obviously, the statistics show that young people are more likely to have an accident, but as the hon. Member for Bexhill and Battle (Huw Merriman) mentioned, using black boxes to measure the driving ability...

Commonwealth - Motion to Take Note (16 Mar 2017)

Baroness Barker: ...noted that the, “criminalisation of homosexuality is undoubtedly a specific Commonwealth problem. The Commonwealth alone encompasses 2 billion of the 2.9 billion people worldwide who live in countries where it is a crime to be gay”. The World Economic Forum produced a report in 2015 on the cost of discrimination, saying: “On a range of social and economic indicators, LGBT...

Written Answers — Home Office: Direct Selling (15 Mar 2017)

Brandon Lewis: The Home Office does not hold specific information on the number of ‘doorstep crimes’. These crimes will be recorded by police under the relevant offence that has been committed, for example burglary or theft. If the crime is a fraud, then this will be recorded by Action Fraud rather than the police. Information on the number of door to door sales and bogus tradespeople frauds...

Written Answers — Home Office: Cheques: Fraud (15 Mar 2017)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: ...on one category (NFIB5A) under the Home Office Counting Rules. These data, which are published by the ONS, are available on their website at justice#datasets (see ‘Crime in England and Wales: Appendix tables’ – Table A5). Additionally, Financial Fraud Action UK (FFA UK) collate data from their members via a...

Written Answers — Home Office: Fraud (15 Mar 2017)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: The ONS publishes experimental data from the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) on fraud and cyber crime incidents experienced by individuals. As part of this suite of statistics, they publish data on the financial loss suffered by victims of fraud. These questions on fraud and computer misuse were incorporated into the CSEW from October 2015, so data are only available for one year....

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