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Scottish Parliament: Ferries (28 Sep 2022)

Rhoda Grant: ...mess are people, as Katy Clark has pointed out: people who are trying to live their lives, work and run their businesses. It is almost impossible for them to do that with ferry services that are not working. When the Lochboisdale ferry business impact group looked at the economic effect of losing the Lochboisdale to Mallaig ferry services for a short period and surveyed business regarding...

Scottish Parliament: National Health Service Waiting Times (28 Sep 2022)

Kevin Stewart: ...about pressures in the system, the impact on people who access health and care services and what we are doing to support improvements for winter and for the future. As the health secretary said, none of this is easy, especially in times of financial austerity. However, we are confident that we are providing as much support as we can within our control. In Scotland, we have higher staffing...

Questions to the Mayor of London — 11 March 2022 High Court judgment: 11 March 2022 High Court judgment (28 Sep 2022)

Sadiq Khan: The horrendous murder of Sarah Everard by a serving Met officer devastated the trust and confidence of Londoners in the police. The policing decisions made around the vigil in her memory only further damaged the public’s trust. I made it clear to the former Commissioner that the scenes of the way the vigil was policed were completely unacceptable. I welcomed the judgment by the Court of...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Digital Technology: Proof of Identity (27 Sep 2022)

Julia Lopez: ...identity marketplace in the UK so that people can more easily and safely prove their identity and eligibility for goods and services, and businesses can save time and money by using digital technologies with confidence in their identity verification processes. The latest prototype (beta version) of the UK digital identity and attributes trust framework is published on GOV.UK. As of 6 April...

Scottish Parliament: Scotland’s Population (27 Sep 2022)

Beatrice Wishart: ...one of Scotland’s important industries. Although rural visa pilots could be a way to help to reverse depopulation if there were greater understanding than exists in the current system, they would not be a magic bullet. As other members have said, there is no single solution to growing the population. We cannot encourage new workers and others to areas that have insufficient housing and...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Tigray: Politics and Government (26 Sep 2022)

Gillian Keegan: ...thousands of deaths, both directly through fighting and indirectly through a further deepening of the already dire humanitarian situation. 22 months since fighting began, it is clear that there is no military solution to the conflict. There is currently no humanitarian access to Tigray by land or air. The UK is urging all parties to the conflict to ensure humanitarian access to northern...

Prayers - [Mr Speaker in the Chair] : The Growth Plan (23 Sep 2022)

Rachel Reeves: ...boardrooms as we speak, while working people are left to pick up the bill. Borrowing is higher than it needs to be just as interest rates rise, yet the Chancellor refuses to allow independent economic forecasts to be published, which would show the impact of this borrowing on our public finances, on growth and on inflation. It is a Budget without figures, a menu without prices. Mr Speaker,...

Worcester Warriors Rugby Club (22 Sep 2022)

Robin Walker: It is a great honour to secure this debate, on an issue that is very dear to my heart. In recent weeks, Warriors fans have grown accustomed to the odd delay, and I apologise to all those who may have tuned in at 5 pm or 5.30 pm, but I hope I am able to evoke their concerns during the course of the debate. I am very grateful to my right hon. Friend the Member for Pudsey (Stuart Andrew) for...

Ukraine (22 Sep 2022)

Stephen Doughty: ...s debate. I, too, think it is fantastic that we have seen the release of a number of Britons and others; that is wonderful news, but we must also recognise that others are still being held or have not made it safely home. I also welcome the new Minister to his place and look forward to working constructively with him over the weeks and months to come. The attendance and the comments made...

Business of the House (22 Sep 2022)

Penny Mordaunt: I thank the hon. Lady for her kind remarks to all who contributed to the mourning of our late Queen. I know that the House authorities are considering how Members can express their gratitude towards staff for what they have done, perhaps using the intranet, so that all staff can read how we feel and how proud we are of what they have done. Our Prime Minister has recommitted us at the UN...

Shale Gas Extraction (22 Sep 2022)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: It is no surprise that I disagree with the right hon. Gentleman. I refer him to the 2012 report, which went through that and through what had happened in the United States for comparison purposes. First, it found the evidence on the pollution of aquifers was not actually any good: most of the stories were invented or were scare stories. In addition, the UK has a very good regulatory regime....

Scottish Parliament: Emergency Treatment (Waiting Times) (22 Sep 2022)

...that there is much speedier access to accident and emergency and to healthcare services more generally. I have also made the important contextual points, because that is part of giving people confidence that we are taking action to address the issue. The performance against the four-hour waiting time target is not good enough, but it is better than it is in counterpart parts of the United...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Unfair Dismissal (21 Sep 2022)

Dean Russell: The qualifying periods for unfair dismissal are intended to strike the right balance between providing fairness to employees and to increase business confidence for recruiting and retaining staff. The UK now has record levels of payroll employees, and the unemployment rate is at 3.8%, which is below the pre-pandemic rate. It is important to note that no qualifying period applies if a...

Scottish Parliament: Economic Transformation (21 Sep 2022)

Elizabeth Smith: I think that there is some substance to debating the issue. We will leave it there. This afternoon, the minister spelled out that, among all the gloom of the current economic forecasts, there is at least some good news for Scotland, in the trends in inward investment and exports. That is good news, and we should acknowledge it. We should especially acknowledge that, according to the EY...

Scottish Parliament: Tributes to Her Late Majesty the Queen (20 Sep 2022)

Sharon Dowey: Her Majesty the Queen has been an inspiration to the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth for 70 years. No monarch in modern history has had such an impact on either their nation or the world. We owe her a debt for her leadership, her calm confidence in times of trouble and her unique ability to unite our nation and lift our spirits. In the broadcast that she made on her 21st birthday, Her...

Tributes to Her Late Majesty the Queen (10 Sep 2022)

Dave Doogan: ...her close in their affections. The Queen was a very popular figure across much of Scotland and especially in Angus. That fondness was a consequence of her personal characteristics, such as her demeanour, warmth and character, much more than any sort of institutional devotion. The Queen’s length of service over seven decades afforded people a sense of continuity and stability in a world...

Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - Tributes (Continued) (10 Sep 2022)

Baroness Andrews: ...made was the one she made to the people of Aberfan, after the disaster in 1966 when 116 children and 28 adults died, that she would return. It was one of the defining moments of her reign and was not without controversy. For those of us who come from those valleys, it marked an extraordinary relationship. At that terrible time, the people of Aberfan were immensely and uniquely comforted...

Tributes to Her Late Majesty The Queen (9 Sep 2022)

Kirsty Blackman: ...MacQueen, our chief medical officer, described Aberdeen as a “sort of beleaguered city”. Our reputation as a centre for tourism was badly damaged. Hearing of our local issues, and at very short notice, Queen Elizabeth diverted a planned journey to Glasgow in order to visit Aberdeen. This thoughtful gesture, which expressed the Queen’s confidence in the safety of visiting Aberdeen,...

Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - Tributes (Continued) (9 Sep 2022)

Lord Shinkwin: My Lords, the scale of technological progress achieved during Queen Elizabeth’s remarkable reign was exceptional but, as the noble Baroness, Lady Benjamin, reminded us, so too has been the change in social attitudes and values. As the noble Baroness, Lady Amos, said in her powerful speech, the Britain that the Queen leaves behind is so different from the Britain of the beginning of her...

Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - Tributes (9 Sep 2022)

the Archbishop of Canterbury: ...is that, within a year or so of becoming a diocesan bishop, you are invited to spend a weekend at Sandringham. While there, often in January, you go for a barbeque—fortitude. You have the enormous gift given to you of being able to spend time with Her late Majesty, with her family, with the jigsaw puzzle and all the other things that are there. Thus, on behalf of these Benches—I know...


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