Jess Phillips: ...the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what guidance during the covid-19 outbreak has been issued to statutory agencies including the (a) police and (b) NHS on support for (i) victims of domestic abuse and (ii) perpetrators of such abuse who are concerned about their behaviour.
Kate Griffiths: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, with reference to paragraph 1.119 of the Budget 2020 Red Book, how she plans to allocate the £10 million funding for domestic abuse; and if she will take urgent steps to allocate that funding in response to the increase in domestic abuse as a result of the covid-19 social distancing measures.
Sarah Champion: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, whether she has made an assessment of the effect provisions in the Policing and Crime Act 2017 relating to pre-charge bail on victims domestic abuse.
Dawn Butler: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what steps her Department is taking to tackle (a) domestic abuse and (b) parental abuse experienced by LGBTQ+ youth during the covid-19 outbreak.
Baroness Helic: To ask Her Majesty's Government on how many occasions the National Oversight Group on Domestic Violence met in the period between January and March 2020; and what specific recommendations that group made about preparations for the lockdown put in place to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
Domestic Abuse - Question
Ellie Reeves: ...reference to his oral contribution at Attorney General Questions on 9 July 2020, Official Report, Column 1110, if he will publish the framework for the CPS's interim charging protocol for cases of domestic violence.
Len Duvall: ...in the support of communities? The police alone cannot deal with slavery in its modern forms. They need the help of others. Secondly, can I thank you for the work you have done on supporting the domestic violence register in terms of the Assembly’s asks? There are now two amendments in Parliament, one from [The Rt Hon] Yvette Cooper [MP] amending the way the multiagency public...
Domestic Abuse - Private Notice Question
Darren Jones: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, if he will publish guidance on the support available under his economic recovery plan for (a) mothers, (b) lone parents, (c) survivors of domestic abuse and (d) refugees.
...also clear-sighted about the challenges that lie ahead. We will always protect our vital interests, including sensitive infrastructure, and we will not accept any investment that compromises our domestic or national security. We will be clear where we disagree, and I have been clear about our grave concerns regarding the gross human rights abuses being perpetrated against the Uighur...
Stuart Andrew: ...working on the IT have been able to do that so well. I am glad also that Members mentioned caseworkers in our constituency offices. I know we should not, but sometimes we get used to some of the abuse we get. It is pretty awful that it is our caseworkers who sometimes get it, too, and I pay tribute to all of them for the work they have done. Given I do not get the opportunity to speak very...
Lord Morrow: My Lords, paragraph 6 of Schedule 1 allows for any EU-derived rights to cease to be recognised in domestic law if they are either inconsistent with immigration legislation or “capable of affecting the exercise of functions in connection with immigration”. An important body of EU-derived rights has been the human trafficking directive, one of the aims of which is “to enable the victim to...
Christopher Pincher: ...rules of the 1988 Act, the courts do not have discretion in that particular circumstance, but I am sure that in those cases where egregious rent arrears predate the covid emergency, where there is domestic abuse or where there is antisocial behaviour, we want to see the landlord have their right to bring forward their repossession case. That is what they are allowed to do under the law.
Thangam Debbonaire: To ask the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, how much of the £8.5 million allocated to the 115 successful bidders to the Domestic Abuse Covid-19 Emergency Support Fund has been received by the successful organisations.
Thangam Debbonaire: To ask the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, how many organisations who applied to the Covid-19 Domestic Abuse Accommodation Emergency Support Fund met the criteria and achieved (a) a score 4 and (b) a score 3 but were not successful in their applications.
Bridget Phillipson: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what assessment she has made of the effect of social distancing on (a) victims of domestic abuse and (b) the children of those people.
Jess Phillips: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how much funding has been allocated to frontline organisations providing emergency support for victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence during the covid-19 outbreak.
Jess Phillips: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what (a) national broadcasts and (b) online communications the Government has planned to help safeguard people at risk of domestic abuse during the covid-19 outbreak.
Jess Phillips: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what recent discussions he has had with representatives of the charity sector on community support provision for children affected by domestic abuse.