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Written Answers — Home Office: Crime: Research (1 Feb 2023)

Chris Philp: ...The report is currently the most comprehensive source for the estimated economic and social costs of the crimes, committed against individuals and businesses. The department is reviewing more up to date estimates but is not in a position to publish. The review is being conducted by Home Office officials and not by external researchers. References: The economic and social costs of crime...

Written Answers — Home Office: Home Office: Written Questions (1 Feb 2023)

Robert Jenrick: ...our performance in answering written parliamentary questions, for details on this continuous improvement I refer the Hon Member to the letter sent from the Home Office to the Procedure Committee dated 21 June 2022 https://committees.parliament.uk/publications/23223/document s/169558/default/(opens in a new tab).

Written Answers — Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Housing First: Standards (1 Feb 2023)

Felicity Buchan: ..., led by ICF, to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of the sub-regional Housing First pilots, which will run for the duration of the pilots.  Four reports have been published to date, with the final report due at the end of 2023. The reports are available here.

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Ukraine: Defence Equipment (1 Feb 2023)

Baroness Goldie: ...and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine. On 16 January 2023 the Secretary of State for Defence announced to Parliament the UK’s most significant package of military support for Ukraine to-date. The UK has led the world with the gifting of modern main battle tanks in addition to heavy artillery, air defence, ammunition, and infantry fighting vehicles to Ukraine’s defence. This...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisoners' Release (1 Feb 2023)

Lord Bellamy: ....Providing the data as asked is not possible due to a number of process and system related issues that form part of the normal generic parole process.‘Hearing/outcome year’ refers to the date of the hearing or, in instances where the date of the hearing is not recorded, the outcome date.Records prior to 2010 could not be located using administrative systems. The data provided only...

Probation Service: Chief Inspector’s Reviews into Serious Further Offences - Statement (31 Jan 2023)

Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames: ..., miscalculations and failures to act. In view of the Lord Speaker’s ruling, I shall not go into the detail of McSweeney’s case. In Bendall’s case, against a background of domestic abuse dating back to 2016 and a clear risk of sexual abuse of girls dating back to March 2020, he was assessed in a pre-sentence report in June 2021 as a medium risk of serious harm to the public and,...

Green Energy Potential: Scotland (31 Jan 2023)

Graham Stuart: ...’s flagship scheme for incentivising the deployment of renewable technologies, has proved extremely successful for Scotland. Some 44 of the 161 projects awarded CfDs by the UK Government to date are in Scotland. They represent 27% of all CfD projects and around 23% of total CfD capacity—around 6.3 GW of nearly 26.6 GW awarded contracts to date. Adding to the offshore wind successes,...

Green Energy Potential: Scotland (31 Jan 2023)

Graham Stuart: ...’s flagship scheme for incentivising the deployment of renewable technologies, has proved extremely successful for Scotland. Some 44 of the 161 projects awarded CfDs by the UK Government to date are in Scotland. They represent 27% of all CfD projects and around 23% of total CfD capacity—around 6.3 GW of nearly 26.6 GW awarded contracts to date. Adding to the offshore wind successes,...

Delegated Legislation: Health and Safety (31 Jan 2023)

That the Health and Safety and Nuclear (Fees) Regulations 2022 (S.I., 2022, No. 1378), dated 19 December 2022, a copy of which was laid before this House on 20 December 2022, be approved.

Delegated Legislation: Energy (31 Jan 2023)

That the Energy Bill Relief Scheme (Non-Standard Cases) Regulations 2023 (S.I., 2023, No. 9), dated 10 January 2023, a copy of which was laid before this House on 11 January, be approved. —(Mike Wood.) Question agreed to.

Delegated Legislation: Health and Safety (31 Jan 2023)

That the Health and Safety and Nuclear (Fees) Regulations 2022 (S.I., 2022, No. 1378), dated 19 December 2022, a copy of which was laid before this House on 20 December 2022, be approved.

Delegated Legislation: Energy (31 Jan 2023)

That the Energy Bill Relief Scheme (Non-Standard Cases) Regulations 2023 (S.I., 2023, No. 9), dated 10 January 2023, a copy of which was laid before this House on 11 January, be approved. —(Mike Wood.) Question agreed to.

Non-domicile Tax Status (31 Jan 2023)

Abena Oppong-Asare: ...taxes. Instead, those around the most powerful in Britain benefit from our country’s generosity while getting away with not contributing their fair share. The non-dom tax status is an out-of-date, 200-year-old system that allows people to dodge millions in tax. The Government may pretend that the system is necessary to provide a trickle-down effect to the rest of the economy, but can...

Non-domicile Tax Status (31 Jan 2023)

Abena Oppong-Asare: ...taxes. Instead, those around the most powerful in Britain benefit from our country’s generosity while getting away with not contributing their fair share. The non-dom tax status is an out-of-date, 200-year-old system that allows people to dodge millions in tax. The Government may pretend that the system is necessary to provide a trickle-down effect to the rest of the economy, but can...

Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 36 (31 Jan 2023)

Lord Dodds of Duncairn: ...in sentencing for post-Troubles offences.” That means offences committed after 10 April 1998. In my view, it is only right that, if a perpetrator or defendant committed a crime after that date and was convicted of that crime, a court of law should be able to take into account all previous convictions, including crimes for which they may have received immunity. Otherwise, we will have a...

Crime and Neighbourhood Policing (31 Jan 2023)

Chris Philp: ...—of course they do—but they also investigate rape, detect crime, protect us from terrorism and so on. The most recent figures came out just last week, so there is no excuse for not being up to date. There were 145,658 extra officers as of 31 December—an increase of about 16,000 over the past five years. That number is only about 350 short of the all-time record, which was set in...

Crime and Neighbourhood Policing (31 Jan 2023)

Chris Philp: ...—of course they do—but they also investigate rape, detect crime, protect us from terrorism and so on. The most recent figures came out just last week, so there is no excuse for not being up to date. There were 145,658 extra officers as of 31 December—an increase of about 16,000 over the past five years. That number is only about 350 short of the all-time record, which was set in...

Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee - Membership Motion: Amendment to the Motion (31 Jan 2023)

Lord Hodgson of Astley Abbotts: ...than, I have. Secondly, this amendment is not an attack on the principle of rotation. All committees need regular injections of new blood to keep their thinking and their approach fresh and up to date. Thirdly, this amendment is not an attack on the decision of the House to change the measurement of time served by an individual on the committee from parliamentary Sessions to calendar...

Horizon Europe: UK Participation - Question (31 Jan 2023)

Lord Bassam of Brighton: ...has to be made on this is fast approaching. As I understand it, we need to agree a guarantee scheme by the end of March. That being the case, can the Minister confirm whether that is the cut-off date, and that the Government will bring forward a plan B to ensure that we have the right levels of international co-operation in research that this country urgently needs so that our businesses...

Essex Mental Health Independent Inquiry (31 Jan 2023)

Neil O'Brien: ...searches requested by the inquiry. As Members have mentioned, the participation of families is equally important to the work of the inquiry, and I am grateful to all who have provided evidence to date. I am disappointed that a number of families who have tragically lost loved ones have chosen not to participate and get their voices heard. I urge them to reconsider, so that the inquiry can...


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