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Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Commonwealth Games 2022: Ceremonies (27 Jul 2022)

Baroness Benjamin: To ask Her Majesty's Government whether the make-up of the Commonwealth Games creative delivery team reflects the diversity of the UK.

Written Answers — Home Office: Knives: West Midlands (26 Jul 2022)

Tom Pursglove: ...of violence devastating our communities. The Police and Crime Commissioner for the West Midlands attended a recent Home Secretary visit to Birmingham on 29 June in preparation for the Commonwealth Games. Home Office officials are in regular contact with police forces and PCCs, including the West Midlands, about their local response to knife crime. For West Midlands, this has included...

Rwanda Asylum Partnership: Removal of Unaccompanied Children - Question for Short Debate (21 Jul 2022)

Baroness Neuberger: ...-olds and, depending on the culture from which they come, some of them will look quite old and some quite young. You cannot just look at them and decide what age they are; it is a really dangerous game to play to say that you can do it absolutely scientifically. This House needs reassurance that those individuals, arguably children but whose age is doubted, who are presently treated as...

Sir David Amess Summer Adjournment (21 Jul 2022)

Peter Bone: ...the end. That was, of course, Sir David Amess. One year ago almost to the day, Sir David spoke in this debate and raised 15 points in three minutes. His last eight words were “of course, we must make Southend a city.”—[Official Report, 22 July 2021; Vol. 699, c. 1212.] That is exactly what happened. I hope Sir David is looking down on us today and smiling with pleasure, especially...

Gambling White Paper - Question (20 Jul 2022)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: The Government’s response makes clear that the purchase of loot boxes should be unavailable to all children and young people unless they are enabled by a parent or guardian, and all players should have access to and be aware of spending controls and transparent information to support their gaming. That is the right approach to address this issue.

Disability and Gender Inclusivity in the Media (20 Jul 2022)

Matt Warman: ...than joining. Although we should welcome all those initiatives, they are still not sufficient. As the hon. Lady said, the highlight has to be Channel 4’s incredible coverage of the Paralympic games, and the broadcaster’s brave decision to have the team that it put in place. It was a resounding success and, in many ways, made more progress than anyone predicted in advance. The Creative...

Northern Ireland Protocol Bill: Clause 7 - Regulation of goods: option to choose between dual routes (19 Jul 2022)

Ian Paisley Jnr: I thank the hon. Member for that point, but I want to make it clear that I listened to the comments of my right hon. Friend the Member for East Antrim, who works with and knows Mike Johnston as well as I do, and he did not make any detrimental comment about Mike himself in any of the comments he made. He referred to other members and other motives, but he did not make any reference,...

Confidence in Her Majesty’s Government (18 Jul 2022)

Stephen Kinnock: The winner of the current leadership contest will be the fourth Conservative Prime Minister since 2016. The Conservatives really have turned government into a game of musical chairs, to the point where the world’s oldest political party is not a credible or coherent organisation at all. It is a coalition of chaos led by a Prime Minister who embodies the vacuum of moral purpose at its...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: DCMS Update (18 Jul 2022)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: ...other place by my Right Honourable Friend, the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Nadine Dorries MP: The Government response to the call for evidence on loot boxes in video games has been published on GOV.UK. The Government is committed to ensuring that the UK is one of the safest places to be online, and this includes video games. We want all players, especially...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: DCMS Update (18 Jul 2022)

Nadine Dorries: The Government response to the call for evidence on loot boxes in video games has been published on GOV.UK. The Government is committed to ensuring that the UK is one of the safest places to be online, and this includes video games. We want all players, especially children and vulnerable people, to have the tools and information they need to enjoy games safely. The Department for Digital,...

Heritage Railways and Tramways (Voluntary Work) Bill [HL] - Second Reading (15 Jul 2022)

Lord Faulkner of Worcester: ...Act of 1920, Lord Onslow—your Lordships will recall that we had one of his descendants as a Member of our House until relatively recently—observed that: “The acceptance of these Conventions makes little practical difference as regards employment in this country.”—[Official Report, 9/12/1920; col. 3.] This was because of the advanced state of social legislation in the United...

Public Bill Committee: Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: Schedule 7 - Plan making (14 Jul 2022)

Rachael Maskell: ...the Rowntrees as a model of what housing should be. It remains that model today. York is where Tang Hall grew out and cleared the suburbs and where social plans were put at the heart of housing, making vast improvements to people’s quality of life. If people do not know the story, I advise them strongly to do so—I am happy to talk to them about it. It is wonderful and shows what can...

Women and Girls: Economic Well-being, Welfare, Safety and Opportunities - Motion to Take Note (14 Jul 2022)

Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle: ...the noble Lord, Lord Strathcarron, to reconsider some of his assumptions. As he was speaking, he was facing a female rugby player—me. Thirty years ago, I was playing informal but full-contact games against and with men. I suggest he looks at the distribution of the bell curve, because some of the men on those pitches were smaller and lighter than I was. I also suggest he reads a book...

Point of Order (14 Jul 2022)

Tim Loughton: ...procedure that I gather was agreed, and it is very unfair on the rest of us, whose staff are spending a lot of time there, only to fall further down the queue because other hon. Members are frankly gaming the system. What advice can you give, Madam Deputy Speaker, to make sure that everybody is following the spirit of the rules as well as the rules themselves?

Restoration and Renewal - Motion to Approve: Amendment to the Motion (13 Jul 2022)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: ...not every single detail of the work has to be consulted on. Part of the reason why we are here today is that some have sought to undermine the work. However, despite the real concerns, we need to make progress. This is the only game in town, so we need to make sure that we can move forward. There are opportunities here for better engagement and consultation. The noble Baroness the Leader...

Northern Ireland Protocol Bill: Clause 4 - Movement of goods (including customs): excluded Protocol provision (13 Jul 2022)

Jim Shannon: put the Government’s case tonight. My concern is that Northern Ireland will, again, be used as a battering tool, which cannot be allowed to happen. I know most Members of this House, and I make it my business to be friendly to everyone. In all honesty, I look upon everyone in this House as a friend. Some are exceptional friends, but I count you all as my friends. I always seek to be...

Badger Culling — [Peter Dowd in the Chair] (13 Jul 2022)

Victoria Prentis: ...—so it is very important that we work together wherever possible. The tools available to us include culling where necessary—I have no doubt that it will be necessary during outbreaks; I make no secret of the fact that, where there is an outbreak, culling may be the only answer for both badgers and cattle—and vaccinating cattle, which for me is the goal. Many of us received the...

Global Vaccine Disparities (13 Jul 2022)

Amanda Milling: ...has made a huge contribution to collective knowledge about the virus, including how to treat it and vaccinate against it. Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert and her team created and developed the game-changing Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, backed by the UK Government. The Government also backed research into several other successful vaccines that were produced at unprecedented speed, including...

150th Open Championship — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] (13 Jul 2022)

Wendy Chamberlain: ...people with disabilities and women, and that participation in sport is important. However, it is also really important that we start to see women operate in different positions in the governance of games as well. Since my election in December 2019, I have been encouraged to see an increased number of trustees from more diverse backgrounds in the links trust. As for myself, I was the first...

Online Safety Bill: New Clause 7 - Duties regarding user-generated pornographic content: regulated services (12 Jul 2022)

Kirsty Blackman: ...Cowan) for his lobbying and for providing us with lots of background information. I agree that it is incredibly important that new clause 7 is agreed, particularly the provisions on consent and making sure that participants are of an appropriate age to be taking part. We have heard so many stories of so many people whose videos are online—whose bodies are online—and there is nothing...

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