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Tributes: Baroness Jowell (14 May 2018)

Jeremy Hunt: Thank you, Mr Speaker, for graciously allowing a second contribution from the Government Front Bench. Some people may wonder why a Conservative Government are so determined to mark the legacy of a Labour Cabinet Minister, but those who know, or knew, Tessa will not be surprised at all, because she had an incredible gift for bringing people together and breaking down barriers in a way that...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Higher Education: Part-time and Mature Students (14 May 2018)

Jeremy Quin: I declare an interest: I read history. Many graduates see an advantage in returning to higher education to learn a STEM subject. What are the Government doing to aid those people in particular?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Topical Questions (14 May 2018)

Jeremy Quin: What support has the Department provided to schools to help them to address cost pressures?

Backbench Business - Banking Misconduct and the Fcabackbench Business: Crossrail Extension to Ebbsfleet (10 May 2018)

Jo Johnson: ...of new homes and jobs in the area—the regeneration of the area to which my right hon. Friend the Member for Bexleyheath and Crayford referred. I pay tribute to the work in particular of the Crossrail to Ebbsfleet campaign and council leaders Teresa O’Neill and Jeremy Kite, and I look forward to seeing the outputs of this work and to the Department receiving the full strategic...

Backbench Business - Banking Misconduct and the Fcabackbench Business (10 May 2018)

Jeremy Lefroy: Will my hon. Friend give way?

Belhaj and Boudchar: Litigation Update - Statement (10 May 2018)

Baroness Chakrabarti: My Lords, I am grateful to the Minister for repeating the Statement and am especially grateful to Jeremy Wright, the Attorney-General, for advance sight of it yesterday and, in particular, for his humane handling of this matter. Mrs Boudchar has been in the Public Gallery of the other place today, and I am sure that the whole of both Houses of Parliament will sympathise with her and Mr Belhaj...

Belhaj and Boudchar: Litigation Update (10 May 2018)

Jeremy Wright: I thank the hon. Gentleman for his remarks and for the tone of them. He is right to say that one thing we should seek to achieve, not least for Mr Belhaj and Mrs Boudchar, is the ability for them to have closure and to move on with their lives. He is also right to say that the framework in place for the future must be properly robust and ensure that this kind of thing does not happen again....

Business of the House (10 May 2018)

Jeremy Lefroy: A constituent of mine has raised the issue of price manipulation of gold and silver bullion. There have been several cases in the United States which have resulted in considerable fines on banks. May we have a debate on this very important issue, because gold and silver are not merely a store of value, but have extremely important uses in manufacturing and, in the case of silver, as a kind of...

Attorney General: Domestic Violence (10 May 2018)

Jeremy Wright: I discuss domestic abuse regularly with the CPS, which continues to improve its performance in that area. In the 10 years between 2007 and 2017, the number of convictions secured rose by 61%. The conviction rate rose to its highest ever level of 75.7% last year.

Attorney General: Unduly Lenient Sentence Scheme (10 May 2018)

Jeremy Wright: The unduly lenient sentence scheme remains an important avenue for victims, family members and the wider public to ensure that justice is delivered. In 2017, the Solicitor General and I referred 173 cases to the Court of Appeal for consideration. Of those, the Court agreed that 144 sentences were unduly lenient and increased 137 of them.

Attorney General: Director of Public Prosecutions (10 May 2018)

Jeremy Wright: The recruitment campaign for the next Director of Public Prosecutions is under way and is due to close on 14 May. The job requires excellent legal judgment, the ability to lead a large organisation and the capacity to work with others in improving the criminal justice system as a whole. This is an exciting time to be joining the Crown Prosecution Service and to play a pivotal role in shaping...

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (10 May 2018)

Division number 1 For: Baillie, Jackie, Baker, Claire, Balfour, Jeremy, Ballantyne, Michelle, Beamish, Claudia, Bibby, Neil, Bowman, Bill, Briggs, Miles, Burnett, Alexander, Cameron, Donald, Carlaw, Jackson, Carson, Finlay, Chapman, Peter, Cole-Hamilton, Alex, Corry, Maurice, Davidson, Ruth, Dugdale, Kezia, Fee, Mary, Findlay, Neil, Finnie, John, Fraser, Murdo, Grant, Rhoda, Gray, Iain,...

Deferred Divisions: Education (Student Support) (9 May 2018)

...Burgon Dawn Butler Liam Byrne Vincent Cable Ruth Cadbury Alan Campbell Ronnie Campbell Dan Carden Sarah Champion Bambos Charalambous Ann Clwyd Vernon Coaker Julie Cooper Rosie Cooper Yvette Cooper Jeremy Corbyn Neil Coyle Stella Creasy Jon Cruddas John Cryer Judith Cummins Alex Cunningham Jim Cunningham Nicholas Dakin Edward Davey Wayne David Geraint Davies Marsha de Cordova Gloria De...

Deferred Divisions (9 May 2018)

Motion made, and Question put forthwith ( Standing Order No. 41A(3)), That, at this day’s sitting, Standing Order No. 41A (Deferred divisions) shall not apply to the Motion in the name of Jeremy Corbyn relating to Education (Student Support).—(Jo Churchill.) Question agreed to.

Data Protection Bill [Lords]: Bill of Data Rights in the Digital Environment (No. 2) (9 May 2018)

...Ruth Cadbury Lisa Cameron Alan Campbell Ronnie Campbell Dan Carden Sarah Champion Jenny Chapman Bambos Charalambous Joanna Cherry Vernon Coaker Ann Coffey Julie Cooper Rosie Cooper Yvette Cooper Jeremy Corbyn Neil Coyle Stella Creasy Jon Cruddas John Cryer Judith Cummins Alex Cunningham Jim Cunningham Nicholas Dakin Edward Davey Wayne David Geraint Davies Martyn Day Marsha de Cordova...

Data Protection Bill [Lords]: Meaning of “public authority” and “public body” (9 May 2018)

...Ruth Cadbury Lisa Cameron Alan Campbell Ronnie Campbell Dan Carden Sarah Champion Jenny Chapman Bambos Charalambous Joanna Cherry Vernon Coaker Ann Coffey Julie Cooper Rosie Cooper Yvette Cooper Jeremy Corbyn Neil Coyle Jon Cruddas John Cryer Judith Cummins Alex Cunningham Jim Cunningham Nicholas Dakin Edward Davey Wayne David Geraint Davies Martyn Day Marsha de Cordova Gloria De Piero...

Data Protection Bill [Lords]: Exemptions etc from the GDPR (9 May 2018)

...Ruth Cadbury Lisa Cameron Alan Campbell Ronnie Campbell Dan Carden Sarah Champion Jenny Chapman Bambos Charalambous Joanna Cherry Vernon Coaker Ann Coffey Julie Cooper Rosie Cooper Yvette Cooper Jeremy Corbyn Neil Coyle Stella Creasy Jon Cruddas John Cryer Judith Cummins Alex Cunningham Jim Cunningham Nicholas Dakin Edward Davey Wayne David Geraint Davies Martyn Day Marsha de Cordova...

Data Protection Bill [Lords]: Data protection breaches by national news publishers (9 May 2018)

...Campbell Ronnie Campbell Dan Carden Alistair Carmichael Sarah Champion Jenny Chapman Bambos Charalambous Joanna Cherry Kenneth Clarke Ann Clwyd Vernon Coaker Julie Cooper Rosie Cooper Yvette Cooper Jeremy Corbyn Neil Coyle Stella Creasy Jon Cruddas John Cryer Judith Cummins Alex Cunningham Jim Cunningham Nicholas Dakin Edward Davey Wayne David Geraint Davies Martyn Day Marsha de Cordova...

European Union Withdrawal Agreement (Public Vote) - Data Protection Bill [Lords] (Programme) (No. 2) (9 May 2018)

Jeremy Quin: On a point of order, Madam Deputy Speaker. Will you please inform us about the timing of today’s proceedings? I am trying to get my head around whether there is a 90-minute —[Interruption.] I think I have confirmed my own assumptions on the timing, Madam Deputy Speaker. I am most grateful for the indulgence of the House. Ordered, That the Order of 5 March 2018 (Data Protection...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (9 May 2018)

Jeremy Corbyn: First, may I put on record my thanks to Mr Speaker for attending the funeral of the late Michael Martin this morning in Glasgow on behalf of this House? Does the Prime Minister agree with her Foreign Secretary that the plan for a customs partnership set out in her Lancaster House speech is, in fact, “crazy”?


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