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Kit Malthouse

Conservative MP for North West Hampshire (8 May 2015 – current)


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GCSE and A-level Results: Attainment Gap - Question for Short Debate (8 Sep 2022)

Baroness Bottomley of Nettlestone: My Lords, I congratulate the noble Baroness, Lady Armstrong, on securing this debate because it is a subject that is very close to my heart, as she well knows, as I have been chancellor of the University of Hull for the past 18 years. The reason I so wanted to take on that role was because it was not in the sunny, easy south, where educational and health opportunities are so much greater. I...

Anti-social Behaviour Awareness Week — [Mr Virendra Sharma in the Chair] (20 Jul 2022)

Peter Gibson: I am grateful to my hon. Friend and constituent for his valuable intervention extolling the virtues of working together. I would like to draw the attention of the hon. Member for Islwyn (Chris Evans) to the proposal to bring forward an all-party parliamentary group on this issue. I encourage him to speak with his colleague the hon. Member for Bradford South (Judith Cummins), who I have had...

Heatwave Response (20 Jul 2022)

Kit Malthouse: What a shame that—notwithstanding the loss of some homes and some tragic deaths in water-related incidents—the right hon. Lady did not take the opportunity to recognise that by and large the system worked, and that, owing to our planning and the resilience that we built into all the public services and, indeed, public servants whom she lauded, the country got through this particular...

Extreme Heat Preparedness (18 Jul 2022)

Kit Malthouse: For the first time ever, the UK Health Security Agency has issued a level 4 heat health alert for much of the country. Temperatures are forecast to reach the low 40s° C. It looks probable that they will break the current UK record of 38.7° C, recorded in Cambridge in 2019, and they currently stand at 37.5° C in Suffolk. I have just come from chairing the latest in a series of Cobra...

Cabinet Office: Food Prices (14 Jul 2022)

Kit Malthouse: The hon. Gentleman raises an important point about access to ambient and fresh food for all of us. I know that the Home Secretary is in constant discussion with colleagues in the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and the industry about the provision and balance of labour that we encourage to come to the country to help us with summer harvesting, for example. We also need to...

Cabinet Office: Standards in Public Life (14 Jul 2022)

Kit Malthouse: ...I said that Cabinet minutes are available for public contemplation, which, of course, they are—what I said is technically correct—but not until 30 years hence. Happily, I understand that limit is soon to fall to 20 years, so it will not be long for the hon. Member for Putney (Fleur Anderson) to wait. In answer to Question 19, the Government are, of course, committed to upholding...

Cabinet Office: Topical Questions (14 Jul 2022)

Kit Malthouse: My hon. Friend makes an extremely important point. He is right to say that we want to see as many people as possible back in the office, not just because it is more efficient and we think it is a better way for government to operate, but because we all, importantly, have a duty to the young. It is impossible for them to acquire the skills and abilities they need when they are working...

Macpherson Report: Twenty-two Years On — [Siobhain McDonagh in the Chair] (7 Jul 2022)

Tom Pursglove: It is a great privilege to serve under your chairmanship, Ms McDonagh. I will start by congratulating the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, my right hon. Friend the Member for North West Hampshire (Kit Malthouse), on his appointment. He has moved on from being the Policing Minister, which explains why I am here in Westminster Hall to respond to this debate on behalf of the Government. I...

Written Answers — Home Office: Antisocial Behaviour (7 Jul 2022)

Kit Malthouse: It is important that local authorities have the powers they need to tackle all local issues quickly and effectively. That is why we introduced a range of flexible tools and powers to tackle anti-social behaviour through the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014. The powers in the 2014 Act are deliberately local in nature and it is for local authorities to determine how best to...

Written Answers — Home Office: Anti-social Behaviour: Wakefield (7 Jul 2022)

Kit Malthouse: The Government is committed to tackling and preventing anti-social behaviour (ASB). We know the serious impact that persistent anti-social behaviour can have on both individuals and communities. We provided the police, local authorities, and other local agencies with a range of tools and powers that they can use to respond quickly and effectively to ASB through the Anti-social Behaviour,...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Community Orders (6 Jul 2022)

Kit Malthouse: The below table provides a breakdown of the number of hours on the Community Payback caseload by Probation region as of 27/06/22. It outlines the number of hours handed down by the courts (including recently sentenced hours) which still need to be worked. This Government is committed to ensuring that offenders work all of their sentenced hours, subject to judicial decision. We are boosting...

Written Answers — Home Office: Police: First Aid (5 Jul 2022)

Kit Malthouse: The use of bleed control kits is determined at the local level. The Government does not provide specific funding for bleed control kits. We do however provide an annual funding settlement for the police, allocated using the police funding formula. On 2 February 2022, the Government published a total police funding settlement of up to £16.9 billion in 2022/23, an increase of up to £1.1...

Written Answers — Home Office: Pets: Theft (5 Jul 2022)

Kit Malthouse: ...data on pet thefts by all police forces across England and Wales and government across the entirety of the criminal justice system. The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) lead for acquisitive crime has written to all forces asking them to ensure details about stolen dogs are recorded consistently. Operation Opal (the NPCC’s national intelligence unit focused on serious organised...

Justice: Probation Service (5 Jul 2022)

Kit Malthouse: .... I know the hon. Lady will recognise that the Inspectorate of Probation report on case loads, workloads and staffing numbers indicated that the recommended case load should not exceed 50, although it also said that there should not be a precise target. I am happy to tell her that 96% of probation officers and probation service officers hold fewer than 50 cases, with an average caseload of...

Written Answers — Home Office: Bicycles and Electric Scooters: Flats (4 Jul 2022)

Kit Malthouse: ...updated and we will shortly be launching a stakeholder engagement exercise seeking views on the revised version. The guide includes a section on electrical hazards and specific reference to mobility scooters but there are no plans at present to include specific reference to the storing and charging of e-bikes and e-scooters. We would welcome views through the stakeholder engagement...

Written Answers — Home Office: Sri Lanka: Keenie Meenie Services (4 Jul 2022)

Kit Malthouse: It would not be appropriate to comment on ongoing investigations.

Written Answers — Home Office: Social Services: Recruitment (4 Jul 2022)

Kit Malthouse: ...Government takes reports of illegal and unsafe employment practices, including in the social care sector, incredibly seriously. Enforcement bodies, including the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority, will take full and robust enforcement action in such cases. The direction for the three labour market enforcement bodies is set out by the Director of Labour Market Enforcement in her annual...

Written Answers — Home Office: Public Sector: Crimes of Violence (4 Jul 2022)

Kit Malthouse: Section 156 of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022 introduces a statutory aggravating factor for assaults committed against those providing a public service, performing a public duty or providing a service to the public. The public facing nature of the victim’s role will therefore be considered an aggravating factor when it comes to sentencing for assault offences. This will...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Parole (1 Jul 2022)

Kit Malthouse: ...and Branch Review of the Parole System was published on 30 March 2022 and set out a number of reforms to the parole system. Key reforms include: refining the statutory release test and adding criteria which Parole Board panels must consider; creating a ‘top-tier’ of the most serious offenders, who will be subject to increased ministerial oversight, including the ability of the...

Police Conduct and Complaints — [Ms Nusrat Ghani in the Chair] (30 Jun 2022)

Kit Malthouse: It is a great pleasure, Ms Ghani, to appear before you for the first time and also to appear for the first time before someone who was elected to the Commons on the same day that I was. That happy day in 2015 seems an awful long time ago. [Laughter.] I am very grateful—


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