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Public Bill Committee: Environment Bill: Schedule 5 - Producer responsibility for disposal costs (10 Nov 2020)

Fleur Anderson: ...sectors and product groups. That is why I urge the Minister and her Government colleagues to consider supporting amendment 161, which would address this omission by factoring social costs into the fees, alongside environmental effects. It would also ensure that fees are implemented across the full life cycle of products and packaging, rather than just, as we have said in previous...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 33 (28 Oct 2020)

Baroness Noakes: ...trade to which the market access principles will apply and thereby reduce the extent to which barrier-free trade can take place throughout the UK’s internal market. I say to the noble Lord, Lord Anderson, that that is not an argument against devolution; it is an argument for trade and economic success, which I hope that we all want to achieve for the United Kingdom. I will not repeat all...

Conveyancing Standards (7 Oct 2020)

Marco Longhi: ...contract will state that contract owners can increase the price as and when they wish, and there is virtually no recourse within the contract for poor workmanship or lack of clarity. The fee of £100 per year may soon become £500 per year, and the grass cutting may be once a year instead of once a month. These areas remain unadopted by local councils—something that I find a little too...

Public Bill Committee: Overseas Operations (Service Personnel and Veterans) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (6 Oct 2020)

Stuart Anderson: Q I have a supplementary question about a no win, no fee where a young rifleman has a previous injury. If you or the other solicitors do not deem it to have a good chance of success—those were your words—how would a young rifleman fund his legal case?

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Beverage Containers: Recycling (29 Sep 2020)

Fleur Anderson: ...on a deposit return scheme will include an analysis of the potential for consumers to switch from aluminium cans in multi-packs to large plastic bottles in response to the cumulative effect of the fee.

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Beverage Containers: Recycling (21 Sep 2020)

Fleur Anderson: ...on a deposit return scheme will include an analysis of the potential for consumers to switch from aluminium cans in multi-packs to large plastic bottles due to the cumulative impact of the fee.

Business of the House (17 Sep 2020)

Sir David Amess: Following on from what my hon. Friend the Member for Ashfield (Lee Anderson) said, may we have a debate in Government time on the salaries paid to BBC presenters—£1.75 million and £1.3 million, to mention just two, and for what? Yet the BBC has the audacity now to charge 75-year-olds the licence fee. These salaries are outrageous and shameful, and it is about time the Government put an...

Justice: Topical Questions (14 Jul 2020)

Fleur Anderson: The new Civil Legal Aid (Remuneration) (Amendment) (Coronavirus) Regulations 2020, which came into force on 8 June, set a standard fixed fee that will make legally aided complex asylum and immigration work financially unviable. Will the Secretary of State commit urgently to assessing the impact of that fixed fee and to funding a system that pays a fair wage to legal aid lawyers, to ensure...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Training: Grants (11 May 2020)

Stuart Anderson: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, whether he has made an assessment of the potential merits of replacing tuition fees with a teaching grant for courses taken by (a) health professionals and (b) other key workers.

Financial Statement (11 Mar 2020)

Rishi Sunak: .... Banks will offer loans of up to £1.2 million to support small and medium-sized businesses. The Government will offer a generous guarantee on those loans, covering up to 80% of losses, with no fees, so that banks can lend with confidence. This will unlock up to £1 billion of attractive working capital loans to support small businesses, with more as needed. Taken together, I expect the...

Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill [HL] - Second Reading (5 Feb 2020)

Baroness Burt of Solihull: ...the transitioning spouse gets divorced. I understand that the Government are adamant that the spousal veto is without the scope of the Bill, but I am sure the Minister is aware of the strength of feeling and sense of injustice felt by trans people—indeed, by anyone who supports their rights—not to be discriminated against in this way. I see that the noble Baroness, Lady Hunt, is in her...

Global Britain (30 Jan 2020)

Bell Ribeiro-Addy: I am pleased to follow fantastic maiden speeches by the hon. Members for Wolverhampton South West (Stuart Anderson) and for West Bromwich West (Shaun Bailey), as well as that by the hon. Member for Aberdeen South (Stephen Flynn), whom I congratulate on the birth of his new baby. I am truly humbled and grateful to the people of Streatham for electing me as their Member of Parliament, as well...

European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill - Committee (1st Day) (Continued): Amendment 12 (14 Jan 2020)

Lord Tyler: ..., but without limiting that provision (in the way that section 8(7) of the 2018 Act currently does and new section 8B(5) would do) so that it cannot be used to: … impose or increase taxation or fees, … make retrospective provision, … create a relevant criminal offence (i.e. with a penalty exceeding 2 years imprisonment), … establish a public authority, … amend, repeal or revoke...

Scottish Parliament: Disability Sport and Participation (5 Dec 2019)

Mary Fee: ...people fear that they would lose benefits if they were seen to be physically active. That is a major barrier and a clear sign that our welfare system is failing disabled people. I recently met Kyle Anderson, a pupil from Lasswade High School, who told me of the work that his school does to support young people with disabilities. It has a unit called the pod, which currently supports 14...

Scottish Parliament: Glenrothes (Living Wage Town Campaign) (3 Dec 2019)

Jenny Gilruth: ...The campaign has been led locally by Fife Council, working in partnership with Living Wage Scotland’s making living wage places scheme. On that note, I welcome Tom Kane from Fife Council and Lynn Anderson from Living Wage Scotland, who are sitting in the public gallery for today’s debate. Paid work was a key theme of the fairer Fife commission’s report in 2015. More recently, Fife...

Scottish Parliament: Immigration Policy (Universities and Scientific Research) (10 Sep 2019)

Beatrice Wishart: ...requirement will all be legacies of Tavish’s time in office. Tavish and I went to the same school—at different times—and I was recently reminded by a former headteacher of the motto of Anderson high school: “Do weel and persevere”. Just as Tavish persevered, so will I. I am glad to be making my debut speech on an issue that will have real consequences for Shetland’s future...

Bills Presented: Tuition Fees (19 Jul 2017)

Liz Twist: .... It is customary in maiden speeches to talk about your predecessor, and for me it is not just a tradition but a matter of great personal pleasure to talk about my great friend and comrade, Dave Anderson. Dave served Blaydon very well in the 12 years he was in this House, and was—and still is—a great champion of working people not just in Blaydon but throughout the trade union...

Northern Ireland (Ministerial Appointments and Regional Rates) Bill (24 Apr 2017)

Danny Kinahan: .... It really emphasises how brittle the situation is in Northern Ireland, and how it falls on all of us everywhere to try to find the right way forward. I also thank the hon. Member for Blaydon (Mr Anderson) for all that he has done, including coming to speak to our party conference. I may not agree with everything he has said today—he stirred up the debate, which got quite lively—but...

European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill - Second Reading (1st Day) (20 Feb 2017)

Lord Anderson of Swansea: ...vote, at least in the short term. However, the Brexiteers were guilty of patent lies: the additional sums to the National Health Service, the imminent entry of Turkey, and no mention of an exit fee. Yes, we should look with respect, as we have already, at the work of our scrutiny committees, which have been trail-blazers—particularly our EU sub-committees. There are now chances at least...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Higher Education and Research Bill: Legislative Consent Motion (28 Nov 2016)

Simon Hamilton: ...is a Government amendment shows some acknowledgement of the issue that has been raised by the Committee and, indeed, others from the higher education sector. The third point is that link to tuition fee levels. I think there has been a huge misunderstanding of this. I was shocked by Mr Aiken's opposition to the Bill. He was atypically dispassionate in his opposition to it, and that rang...


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