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Marriage and Civil Partnership (Minimum Age) Bill [HL] - Second Reading (21 Oct 2016)

Baroness Goldie: ...resemblance to our own experience. In England and Wales, the number of people marrying at 16 or 17 is small and continues to decrease without any legislative encouragement. In 2013, the latest year for which statistics are available, there were over 240,000 marriages in England and Wales, meaning over 480,000 people entered into marriage that year. Out of these 480,000 people, 210 were...

Written Answers — Home Office: Rape: Trials (21 Oct 2016)

Sarah Newton: ...received on 21 October 2016 This Government has made protecting women and girls from violence and supporting victims and survivors of sexual violence a key priority. The most recent Crime Statistics published on 20 October by the Office for National Statistics show that police recorded rape increased by 16% (to 36,438) in the year ending July 2016 compared with the previous year....

Brexit: Foreign and Security Policy Co-operation - Motion to Take Note (20 Oct 2016)

Lord Judd: the Select Committee, and they highly value the co-operation that was there within the European Union. How do the Government intend to preserve this essential element in our security policy? Crime is internationalised. Again, there is Interpol and the rest. We have been working to recognise that crime is internationalised and globalised and that we cannot simply look for our protection...

Rights of EU Nationals (19 Oct 2016)

Alex Salmond: Can the hon. Gentleman explain the contrast between the 42% rise in hate crime in England in the immediate aftermath of Brexit and a 15% fall in similar statistics in Scotland?

Written Answers — Home Office: Religious Hatred: Islam (18 Oct 2016)

Sarah Newton: The Home Office does not hold the requested information. The Home Office has published data for 2011/12 to 2014/15 on hate crimes recorded by the police in England and Wales for the five centrally monitored strands (race, religion, sexual orientation, disability and gender identity) but these data cannot be broken down by religion of the victim. The 2015/16 data will have been published on 13...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Domestic Abuse, Rape and Sexual Crime (17 Oct 2016)

Pat Sheehan: ...pattern of behaviour and psychological abuse designed to isolate, manipulate and terrorise the victim into complete, fearful submission. Unfortunately, coercive control is not currently a crime here in the North, and I welcome the Minister's commitment to introducing legislation within the next year to make it so. Many victims of domestic abuse say that the coercive control element of...

Written Answers — Home Office: Firearms: Crime (17 Oct 2016)

Brandon Lewis: The Home Office collects information on offences recorded by the police involving firearms at the police force area level. This is published by the Office for National Statistics in their Focus on Violent Crime and Sexual Offences statistical bulletins. Offences involving firearms include any notifiable offence recorded by the police where a firearm has been fired, used as a blunt instrument...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Offences against Children (17 Oct 2016)

Oliver Heald: We do not hold statistics on the number of offenders found guilty under Section 67 of the Serious Crime Act 2015, as the offence has yet to be commenced.

Written Answers — Home Office: Hate Crime: Disability (12 Oct 2016)

Sarah Newton: Holding answer received on 12 October 2016 The Home Office has collected disability hate crime data from the police since 2011/12. In 2011/12, the police recorded 1,748 disability hate crime offences, 1,911 in 2012/13, 2,006 in 2013/14 and 2,508 in 2014/15. Further information on hate crime can be found in Hate Crimes, England and Wales, 2014/15, available here:...

Petition - Implementation of the 1995 and 2011 Pension Acts: Police Officer Safety (11 Oct 2016)

Brandon Lewis: that chief officers can do everything in their power to keep their officers safe. We have been working for some time to improve the data available. As a first step, it was right that provisional statistics of officer assaults were published in July, despite the limitations of those data. The figures indicated that in 2015-16, there were an estimated 23,000 assaults on officers across...

Public Bill Committee: Digital Economy Bill: Examination of Witnesses (11 Oct 2016)

Nigel Huddleston: Q I am not sure whether we got a clear answer there. The Commons Library published a briefing, which includes statistics from an Ipsos MORI survey that you have probably seen before. The things that get public support are things such as: “Creating a DNA database of cancer patients…Using data from electronic travel cards…to improve the scheduling of buses or...

Aleppo and Syria (11 Oct 2016)

Peter Grant: ...under discussion, and the subject on which you have agreed to a debate, Mr Speaker? The debate is about a humanitarian catastrophe. It has been caused by the breakdown of political processes, crimes against humanity, acts of terrorism and lots of things, but first and foremost we are talking about an imminent mortal threat to 100,000 children. Every one of those children lives every second...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Racial Equality Strategy (11 Oct 2016)

Alastair Ross: ...course, launched last December, and it is full of ambition and high expectation. It establishes a framework for Departments and others to tackle racial inequalities, to eradicate racism and hate crime and, along with the Together: Building a United Community strategy, to promote good relations and social cohesion. We must be clear that it will take the work of society as a whole to...

Forced Organ Removal: China — [Mike Gapes in the Chair] (11 Oct 2016)

Fiona Bruce: ...and to seek a UN Commission of Inquiry to investigate this practice, or conduct an inquiry through other international mechanisms, to ensure accountability and to assess whether this practice could amount to a crime against humanity; further urges the Government to release statistics on the numbers of UK citizens travelling to China for organ transplants and prohibit British citizens from...

Scottish Parliament: Cabinet (Meetings) (29 Sep 2016)

Claire Baker: The First Minister will be aware of the reported crime statistics that were published this week. Although they show a welcome overall drop in crime, there is a worrying increase in sexual crimes. That is partly because more victims are prepared to come forward, but there are growing concerns that there are more and more sexual crimes involving young people, particularly online, such as those...

Scottish Parliament: Police Scotland (Finances) (29 Sep 2016)

...and the Scottish Police Authority take decisions that they consider to be appropriate, and let us not forget that our police do a fantastic—and very difficult—job. As we have seen from the crime statistics earlier this week, recorded crime in Scotland is now at a 42-year low, and we should thank every single police officer across our country for that. We will continue to work...

Scottish Parliament: Engagements (22 Sep 2016)

The First Minister: I absolutely agree that the crime of rape should be treated with the utmost seriousness and severity. Indeed, statistics show that in the overwhelming majority of rape cases—93 per cent of them—a custodial sentence is incurred. Average custodial sentences for rape and attempted rape are now 17 per cent longer than they were back in 2006-07. I think that all...

Conflict in Fragile States - Motion to Take Note (15 Sep 2016)

Lord Tunnicliffe: ...this opportunity to highlight the important work done by the House of Lords Select Committee on Sexual Violence in Conflict. Its report was published in April this year and emphasised that sexual violence in conflict is a war crime. It undermines societies’ ability to build sustainable peace; it breaks communities, destroys families and ruins lives. The report highlights that widows...

Prison Safety — [Graham Stringer in the Chair] (15 Sep 2016)

Sam Gyimah: The Queen’s Speech was seminal, as has been mentioned, in that it made reform of prisons part of social reform. That reform would give governors freedom in rehabilitation but, as the statistics that have been referred to ad nauseam show, safety and security in our prisons is also a challenge. We need a strategy that deals with both those aspects of the programme. Safety and security...

Domestic Abuse Victims in Family Law Courts (15 Sep 2016)

Jim Shannon: ...a Northern Ireland perspective, as I always do in this place. I wish that I could say that the figures for Northern Ireland are better, but unfortunately they are not. When Members hear some of the statistics I will give to illustrate the situation, they will start to understand some of the problems we have back home. This matter requires much thought and consideration. It affects far too...

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