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Metropolitan Police Service (29 Jun 2022)

Munira Wilson: This decision is long overdue, but I pay tribute to rank and file police officers and local police leaders in my own borough of Richmond upon Thames, who do a fantastic job week in, week out. However, Londoners’ confidence in the Met has plummeted to 49%. More than a third think the police cannot be relied on when needed. That level of public confidence is not just damning, but downright...

Steel Safeguards (29 Jun 2022)

Sammy Wilson: ...restrictions, but free trade is the way to increase competition, bring down prices and raise living standards. The fact is that energy-intensive industries in the United Kingdom have been shedding jobs for many years now, partly because of the energy price costs that have resulted from the Government’s net zero policy. Does the necessity for today’s decision not give the Government...

Standards of Behaviour and Honesty in Political Life - Motion to Take Note (23 Jun 2022)

Lord Balfe: ...MP?”, the results were quite different. Most people said, “Yes, well, he’s a bit different, you know.” The conclusion to draw is: if you actually know the person and they are doing a good job in your locality, you are likely to think more highly of them than if they are abstract figure who appears from time to time in the papers. I have always argued that, to an extent, we have...

Backbench Business: Infant Mental Health Awareness Week — [Mrs Sheryll Murray in the Chair] (16 Jun 2022)

Jim Shannon: shows that the areas of the brain that control social and emotional development are most active during the first three years of a child’s life. The hon. Member for Twickenham (Munira Wilson) referred to that, and referred to three to five years as well. That is important. Careful nurturing of a child’s social and emotional health during their early years is vital to provide...

Scottish Parliament: Miners’ Strike (Pardons) (Scotland) Bill (16 Jun 2022)

Keith Brown: ...they went to work on investigating potential compensation avenues and various other aspects of the bill was tremendous, so I thank them for their support in that regard. I am also grateful to Nicky Wilson, who is the president of the National Union of Mineworkers, and to the Retired Police Officers Association Scotland for the views that they offered to inform the bill. I was pleased that...

Children’s Education Recovery and Childcare Costs (7 Jun 2022)

Munira Wilson: ...more for their childcare than for their rent or mortgage. That is simply unsustainable for many households. That has resulted in 43% of mothers stating that they are considering leaving their job, and two in five said that they are working fewer hours than they want because of childcare costs. Some 80% of families who responded to the survey expect their childcare costs to increase in the...

Stoke-on-Trent: Video Games Enterprise Zone (25 May 2022)

Jonathan Gullis: from TIGA—the network for games developers and digital publishers, and the trade association representing the video games industry—with Staffordshire University. Overseen by Dr Richard Wilson, who was kind enough to share his thoughts on Silicon Stoke in advance of today’s debate, the report will set out how we can grow the video games industry in Stoke-on-Trent. I look...

Scottish Parliament: Community Wealth Building (25 May 2022)

Collette Stevenson: ...Credit Union offers an ethical and safe way to save, and it exists to serve the local community. We have fantastic social enterprises as well, such as the Furnishing Service, which is led by Randle Wilson. It has won many awards from Scotland Excel over the years, created many employment opportunities for young and disabled people, and diverted more than 1,000 tonnes of products from...

Preventing Crime and Delivering Justice (11 May 2022)

Jim Shannon: ...the Home Secretary about that earlier. I have protested legally on many occasions and I was born in a decade when protesting was the norm, as my right hon. Friend the Member for East Antrim (Sammy Wilson) said, so I understand the importance of it. I also understand, however, that people should not stop other people getting to work, nurses turning up for their job or a man earning his...

Women and Equalities: Topical Questions (30 Mar 2022)

Munira Wilson: ...mothers out of the workforce or into working fewer hours. Does she agree that the Government need to address this as a matter of urgency if we want to keep women in the workforce and in well-paid jobs?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Speaker's Business: End of Mandate (22 Mar 2022)

Paula Bradley: ...begin by thanking you, Mr Speaker. You were one my first Chairpersons in Committee, back in the old days of the Department for Social Development — those five years when we had Mr Allister, Sammy Wilson, Gregory Campbell, Fra McCann and Mickey Brady. It was a turbulent time. You were a really excellent Chair, and that most definitely prepared you for this role. So, thank you so much for...

P&O Ferries and Employment Rights (21 Mar 2022)

Jeremy Corbyn: This debate comes at a time when 800 workers have lost their jobs in the most disgusting and disgraceful of circumstances. I join others in paying huge tribute to the RMT and Nautilus, not just for immediately defending their members, but for providing brilliant information and support to help us ensure that this debate is fully informed. As Members have said, one coach turned up at the...

Shale Gas Production (15 Mar 2022)

Sammy Wilson:, energy security and our reliance on outside sources, yet within our own country we have sufficient gas to do us for 50 years. Does the Minister think it is sensible to turn our back on the jobs and taxes and to spend money to buy gas overseas when we have an indigenous source, a pipeline across the United Kingdom and one of the richest and deepest shale gas seams in the world?

National Tutoring Programme and Adult Education (9 Mar 2022)

Robin Walker: ...s plans for addressing the immediate and longer term challenges facing young people and adults in education. I find myself in a rare moment of agreement with the hon. Member for Twickenham (Munira Wilson) in my surprise that the Back Benches, certainly on the Opposition side of the House, were so empty during this debate. Her party brought in at least two Members throughout the entirety...

Russian Oil Import Ban (9 Mar 2022)

Sammy Wilson: .... Does he agree that it would be equally insane to turn our back on the shale gas that is available in the north of England, which would help to make us less dependent on foreign resources, create jobs, give us security of supply and give the Treasury revenue from gas? Does he agree that the Prime Minister’s decision not to concrete over the wells that are already there is the first step...

Skills and Post-16 Education Bill [Lords]: New Clause 12 - Office for Students: publication and protection from defamation (21 Feb 2022)

Munira Wilson: ..., as one of the amendments suggests. Finally, on universal credit, I am incredulous that a Government who claim they want to make work pay and move people from welfare into high-quality, well-paid jobs—which all of us across the House would support—have removed a Lords amendment allowing students to keep their universal credit entitlement while studying. Education is the pathway...

North Sea Oil and Gas (9 Feb 2022)

Sammy Wilson: I welcome this decision, especially because it will secure important investment, create jobs, help to reduce fuel imports, give us greater fuel security, and indeed, in the longer term, help to reduce the energy crisis that the country faces. Does the Minister agree that the objective of any energy policy should be to safeguard those who are vulnerable, and that that should take precedence...

Cost of Living and Food Insecurity (8 Feb 2022)

Paul Bristow: ...that no Labour Government—not one—have ever left office with employment lower than it was when they came to power. That is a fact. It is businesses and the private sector that create the jobs that alleviate poverty in this county. To Opposition Members, business is the enemy. The reality is that the Labour party is a job-destroying party. That is the reality. The reason I am proud to...

Levelling Up (2 Feb 2022)

Sammy Wilson: ...will say that new red tape as a result of the Northern Ireland protocol is strangling our economy. How do the proposals in the White Paper benefit people in Northern Ireland in terms of education, jobs, research, housing, crime and so on? How does the Secretary of State seek to level up Northern Ireland through that?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: The Severe Fetal Impairment Abortion (Amendment) Bill: Consideration Stage (14 Dec 2021)

Deborah Erskine: .... What a disappointing message to send out from the Assembly and a troubling legacy to leave. I remind anyone who suggests that that is not the message that the law sends out of my friend Hannah Wilson, a young woman with Down's syndrome from County Fermanagh. I have the privilege of calling that young woman my friend. Hannah said: "I felt very sad when this was explained to me... The law...

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