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Written Answers — Department for International Development: Developing Countries: Financial Services (26 Mar 2018)

Jeremy Lefroy: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development, what discussions she has had with (a) the UK financial services sector and (b) multilateral financial institutions on the (i) development and (ii) issue of catastrophe bonds as a tool for mitigating catastrophic risk for developing countries.

Written Answers — Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government: Regional Planning and Development: Midlands (26 Mar 2018)

Jeremy Lefroy: To ask the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, what the timetable is for the launch of the Midlands Engine Investment Fund.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: *No heading* (26 Mar 2018)

Jeremy Lefroy: What steps her Department is taking to strengthen families.

Written Answers — Treasury: European Investment Bank (26 Mar 2018)

Jeremy Lefroy: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, what plans he has to allocate funding from the public purse to (a) businesses and (b) Government Departments to replace funding from the European Investment Bank when the UK leaves the EU.

Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2018 - Motion to Take Note (Continued) (22 Mar 2018)

the Earl of Sandwich: ...enterprise must be at the heart of international development within the Commonwealth family, alongside the many other NGOs now being used by DfID. Incidentally, I hope DfID has noticed the sensible suggestion recently put forward by Jeremy Lefroy MP for the UK to have its own development bank after Brexit, especially since we will be leaving the European Investment Bank. To the new members...

Grenfell Update: The Economy (22 Mar 2018)

Kirstene Hair: I thank the hon. Gentleman for his intervention, but I am most concerned about the Labour leader, the right hon. Member for Islington North (Jeremy Corbyn), leading Britain. The Salmond-Sturgeon era is turning into a dark period in Scotland’s history. Let there be no doubt that the blame for Scotland’s stagnant economy lies squarely with the SNP, which has made Scotland the most...

Attorney General: Leaving the EU: Legal Systems (22 Mar 2018)

Jeremy Wright: The Government have introduced the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill to provide for legal continuity when the UK leaves the EU. The Bill minimises disruption to each legal system by preserving current EU rules and conferring powers on UK and devolved Government Ministers to make necessary corrections to those rules. Once we have left the EU, it will be for Parliament and the devolved...

Attorney General: Cyber-activities: Rule of Law (22 Mar 2018)

Jeremy Wright: Cyber-space is not a lawless world. When states and individuals engage in hostile cyber-operations, they are governed by the law, just as they are elsewhere. The UK has always been clear that we consider cyber-space to be governed by the wider rules-based international order that we are proud to promote.

Attorney General: Crown Prosecution Service: Disclosure Obligations (22 Mar 2018)

Jeremy Wright: The Director of Public Prosecutions has made it clear that the disclosure problems we have been seeing are not caused by resource issues. The challenges are broad and stretch across the criminal justice system, which is why I am pleased that the police and the CPS have come together to take forward their national disclosure improvement plan. As the hon. Lady knows, I am also undertaking a...

Attorney General: Leaving the EU: Human Rights (22 Mar 2018)

Jeremy Wright: The United Kingdom has a long tradition of ensuring that rights and liberties are protected domestically and of fulfilling its international human rights obligations. That will remain true when we have left the European Union.

Scottish Parliament: Down’s Syndrome Awareness Week (22 Mar 2018)

Brian Whittle: ...that, in Down’s syndrome awareness week, we take the opportunity to highlight that anomaly. Part of the issue is that employers are unaware that support might be available for them if they employ people who have specific needs. In that regard, Jeremy Balfour and I were invited to deliver a workshop in East Ayrshire to local employers that highlighted the many benefits of having a...

Scottish Parliament: Fair Work (22 Mar 2018)

Jeremy Balfour: As the Scottish Conservative spokesperson on disability and convener of the cross-party group in the Scottish Parliament on disability, I regularly meet disabled people and disability charities. One thing that they have all identified is the critical issue of employment. There are 1 million disabled people in Scotland. Despite the employment rate improving and the advent of the Equality Act...

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (22 Mar 2018)

Division number 2 For: Balfour, Jeremy, Ballantyne, Michelle, Bowman, Bill, Briggs, Miles, Cameron, Donald, Carlaw, Jackson, Carson, Finlay, Chapman, Peter, Corry, Maurice, Davidson, Ruth, Fraser, Murdo, Greene, Jamie, Hamilton, Rachael, Halcro Johnston, Jamie, Kerr, Liam, Lindhurst, Gordon, Lockhart, Dean, Mason, Tom, Mitchell, Margaret, Scott, John, Simpson, Graham, Smith, Liz, Stewart,...

NHS Staff Pay (21 Mar 2018)

Jeremy Hunt: The whole House will want to pay tribute to the hard work of NHS staff up and down the country during one of the most difficult winters in living memory. Today’s agreement on a new pay deal reflects public appreciation for just how much they have done and continue to do, but it is much more than that. The agreement that NHS trade unions have recommended to their members today is a...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (21 Mar 2018)

Jeremy Corbyn: I, too, join the Prime Minister in commemorating the attacks that took place in Westminster a year ago, and I, too, will be at some of the events tomorrow. We should all remember this as an attack on democracy within our society. I also join the Prime Minister in sending condolences to the friends and family of the Red Arrows engineer who sadly died yesterday. We wish the pilot well in his...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (21 Mar 2018)

Jeremy Lefroy: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, what assessment he has made of the potential merits of including a statement on the right to freedom of religion or belief in the Commonwealth Heads of Government Joint Communiqué.

Written Ministerial Statements — Department of Health and Social Care: NHS Workforce (21 Mar 2018)

Jeremy Hunt: The Government is committed to the delivery of world class public services, and ensuring that public sector workers are fairly remunerated for the vitally important work that they do. Public sector pay restraint was necessary to tackle the deficit left by the last Government. However, in September last year we ended the 1% pay award policy for public sector workforces, recognising that some...

Scottish Parliament: Social Security System (Support for Appeals) (21 Mar 2018)

Jeremy Balfour: The minister will be aware that, at present, the Social Security (Scotland) Bill does not allow a claimant an appeal to a first-tier tribunal if the appeal relates to overpayment. Will she look at that issue afresh and keep the system as it is? At the moment, if the claimant disagrees with a decision by the agency on overpayment, he or she is allowed an appeal to a first-tier tribunal.

Scottish Parliament: UK Withdrawal from the European Union (Legal Continuity) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (21 Mar 2018)

..., Rennie, Willie, Rowley, Alex, Rumbles, Mike, Sarwar, Anas, Scott, Tavish, Smith, Elaine, Smyth, Colin, Stewart, David Against: Adam, George, Adamson, Clare, Allan, Alasdair, Arthur, Tom, Balfour, Jeremy, Ballantyne, Michelle, Beattie, Colin, Bowman, Bill, Briggs, Miles, Brown, Keith, Burnett, Alexander, Cameron, Donald, Campbell, Aileen, Carlaw, Jackson, Carson, Finlay, Chapman, Peter,...

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (21 Mar 2018)

..., Stewart, David, Stewart, Kevin, Sturgeon, Nicola, Swinney, John, Todd, Maree, Torrance, David, Watt, Maureen, Wheelhouse, Paul, White, Sandra, Wightman, Andy, Yousaf, Humza Against: Balfour, Jeremy, Ballantyne, Michelle, Bowman, Bill, Briggs, Miles, Burnett, Alexander, Cameron, Donald, Carlaw, Jackson, Carson, Finlay, Chapman, Peter, Corry, Maurice, Davidson, Ruth, Fraser, Murdo, Golden,...

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