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Business of the House (Today): No Confidence in Her Majesty’s Government (16 Jan 2019)

...-Grainger David Lidington Emma Little Pengelly Julia Lopez Jack Lopresti Jonathan Lord Tim Loughton Craig Mackinlay Rachel Maclean Anne Main Alan Mak Kit Malthouse Scott Mann Paul Masterton Theresa May Paul Maynard Patrick McLoughlin Stephen McPartland Esther McVey Mark Menzies Johnny Mercer Huw Merriman Stephen Metcalfe Maria Miller Amanda Milling Nigel Mills Anne Milton Andrew Mitchell...

Education: Treating Students Fairly (Economic Affairs Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (16 Jan 2019)

Viscount Younger of Leckie: ...Committee’s report is a valuable contribution. We remain open-minded in our approach and do not want to pre-empt the outcome of the panel’s work at this stage. The noble Baroness, Lady Garden, may have guessed that I would come to that particular conclusion. However, I do have more to say, and I now turn to the comments made by the noble Lord, Lord Sharkey, on maintenance loans. We...

UN Climate Change Conference: Government Response (16 Jan 2019)

Claire Perry: ...address how we will get to a zero-carbon future. It is not about setting some kind of target for when we will all be long gone—I am sure none of us will be in government by then, and some of us may even be six feet under. It is about “how”. The difference with this Government is that it is not just about empty targets, uncosted numbers or a promise to bring back the proposal for the...

Guildford Borough Council — [Mr Clive Betts in the Chair] (16 Jan 2019)

Heather Wheeler: ...Government’s attention. I am also grateful for the opportunity to debate with my predecessor, as a Minister in a former incarnation of my Department, and former leader on Wandsworth Council. It may come as a disappointment to my hon. Friend that I cannot comment on the specific details of the emerging Guildford local plan, although he mentioned that he already knows that. The Secretary...

British Bioethanol Industry — [Mike Gapes in the Chair] (16 Jan 2019)

Nusrat Ghani: ...in and around Hull and Teesside have made clear the wider economic benefits of UK bioethanol production, and the environmental benefits of deploying bioethanol as a transport fuel. Some may consider that to be a niche matter, but the contributions we have heard today show that it is a nationwide issue. I had not realised that there was a Teesside collective, but now I see how powerful that...

Gambling: Advertising Ban - Question (16 Jan 2019)

Lord Haselhurst: My Lords, while I am reassured by what my noble friend said about measuring the effects of gambling advertising in sport in particular, especially with football, may I ask him to think about the total effect of the amount of advertising that can now occur, both at a football match and affecting those watching it on television? It is not only the sponsorship of the kit—and maybe the replica...

Brexit: EU Citizens in the UK - Question (16 Jan 2019)

Lord Greaves: ...as mill girls 60 years ago and are now therefore mainly in their 80s. One of them said: “We are foreigners in Italy, we are foreigners over here”. They are old people; they are racked by dismay and anxiety. Many of them do not know what to do and are astonished that they have to apply for something which was granted to them—the right to live in this country—when they first came. On...

Brexit: Support for Remaining in the EU - Question (16 Jan 2019)

Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town: My Lords, 17 million people may have voted in the referendum but in this House, a majority of 159 voted against the deal, as did a majority of 230 in the other House. It is not time that the Government stopped being so dismissive of Parliament and of the votes and views here, and began to listen? Ruling out talking to the Opposition is irresponsible. Is it not time for listening and some...

Low-Level Letter Boxes (Prohibition) (16 Jan 2019)

Vicky Ford: ...politics. I have been overwhelmed by support from Members across the House. We all need to declare a bit of an interest. We politicians have been known to deliver an occasional leaflet ourselves, maybe. Many Members of this House visited their own Royal Mail sorting offices in the run-up to Christmas. I enjoyed visiting the one in Chelmsford. Our posties have deep knowledge of and care for...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Points of Order (16 Jan 2019)

Huw Merriman: ...behave in such a frivolous manner. I take that one stage further: we set rules and laws in this place and expect people to abide by them, but we cannot seem to do that ourselves—not a great look. May I therefore ask you, Mr Speaker, not so much for a reminder of the rules we already know are in place, but to say what the sanctions will be for those who break them? If there are no...

Taxation of Low-income Families — [Sir David Crausby in the Chair] (16 Jan 2019)

Peter Dowd: ...manifesto to strengthen family policies for a Conservative Government. I was not going to make comments about that, because I did not realise it was on the agenda today, but I will do so now, if I may, Sir David, with your indulgence. There were eight asks in the document, and I have time to comment on about four, which are all linked to the debate. There is a reference to having a...

Public Bill Committee: Animal Welfare (Service Animals) Bill: Harming a service animal (16 Jan 2019)

Oliver Heald: I thank everyone who has contributed to this short but constructive debate. Rather than making the usual point of order, may I also thank you, Madam Chairman, the officials from the Department, the Hansard writers, the attendants who have kept us safe, and everybody in the House who has facilitated the process, including the Clerk to the Committee, for being so helpful? There were no other...


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