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Counsellors of State Bill [HL] - Second Reading (21 Nov 2022)

Lord True: My Lords, I thank all noble Lords who have spoken in this short debate. There have been some very interesting contributions, and some with ambitions to range quite widely, even to include inclement weather in Scotland. We should recall that this legislation follows a message from His Majesty the King to Parliament. It reflects the wish of His Majesty the King. Most who have spoken in this...

Supported Housing (Regulatory Oversight) Bill (18 Nov 2022)

Tom Hunt: ...by the Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Committee. All Members have cases relating to exempt accommodation and supported living. We have vulnerable constituents contacting us who often do not have the support they need from those responsible for their buildings. I would add, however, that we also have examples of where providers have done a good job and are doing a good job, and they...

House of Lords (Peerage Nominations) Bill [HL] - Second Reading (18 Nov 2022)

Lord McDonald of Salford: Like the noble Lord, Lord Cormack, and indeed the overwhelming majority of noble Lords who have spoken so far in the debate, I support the Bill from the noble Lord, Lord Norton, and commended it to His Majesty’s Government. I will make three points. First, because further reform of your Lordships’ House is long overdue, the changes in 1999 having been explicitly temporary, reformers are...

Supported Housing (Regulatory Oversight) Bill (18 Nov 2022)

Bob Blackman: I beg to move, That the Bill be now read a Second time. The private Member’s Bill process, and the ballot at the start of every Session of Parliament, gives all of us the opportunity to apply to champion a cause that we believe will make a real difference to society. Whenever I have been asked about my proudest moment as the Member of Parliament for Harrow East, I have always answered that...

G20 - Statement (17 Nov 2022)

Lord True: My noble friend makes some very important points. It is no secret that the Prime Minister considers this relationship to be extremely important, and my noble friend is quite right to say that it goes beyond our aspiration for a free trade deal. There was a good personal meeting between the Prime Minister and Mr Modi, and we are deeply committed to strengthening our comprehensive strategic...

Housing Market - Motion to Take Note (17 Nov 2022)

Baroness Scott of Bybrook: My Lords, I begin by saying thank you to the noble Baroness, Lady Warwick of Undercliffe, for the opportunity to debate this important issue. I know it is of considerable interest to many noble Lords and I am grateful for their contributions today. I also give a very warm welcome to the noble Baroness, Lady Taylor of Stevenage. It is lovely to have somebody else from local government to join...

International Men’s Day (17 Nov 2022)

Miriam Cates: Absolutely. I think that the danger of not giving a positive version of masculinity—something that is unique, positive and good for society—is that, sadly, we are driving some young men and boys to the far right. They are given a version of masculinity that none of us here would support, but which offers them something that, at present, some of the discussions that take place in society...

National Women’s Sports - Question for Short Debate (17 Nov 2022)

Baroness Sater: I too congratulate my friend the noble Lord, Lord Addington, on securing this excellent debate and thank him for highlighting and celebrating women’s team sports. I also thank the noble Lord, Lord McNally, for his kind words, for raising a very important issue, for all the work he has done in promoting sport and physical activity at the YJB and for his continued support with the APPG. As...

Backbench Business: Persecution of Christians — [Dame Maria Miller in the Chair] (17 Nov 2022)

Jim Shannon: ...we have continued to hold them. I think they have had a key role. I am pleased to see the Minister in his place. I spoke to him before the debate and I have great expectations of him, because I know he understands the issue. The hon. Member for Congleton and I were both saying yesterday that we have high expectations of him, and I am sure we will not be disappointed. Complacency about the...

Long Covid - Motion to Take Note (17 Nov 2022)

Baroness Thornton: My Lords, I think the first thing I need to say is that Covid is not over. People are still catching Covid; some are still being very ill; some end up with long Covid. Our NHS is still battling with Covid itself and the terrible effect it has had on the whole of the NHS’s ability to do its job and catch up with the backlog which Covid produced, on top of the waiting lists which already...

Autumn Statement (17 Nov 2022)

Wendy Chamberlain: The Federation of Small Businesses says that business confidence is at its lowest rate since the pandemic, and in the Chancellor’s oral statement today there was no mention of energy support for business. All the written statement says is that businesses can expect significantly lower support. I have businesses, including care homes, in North East Fife that are facing closure as a result....

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Motor Vehicles: Registration (17 Nov 2022)

Richard Holden: Based on the latest available data, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) is confident that 92.44% (46,707,158) of the keepers on record are contactable and traceable based on the information held on the DVLA’s records. Of the remaining 7.56% of vehicles, 5.85% (2,957,366) are shown on the DVLA’s records as being ‘in trade’. These are vehicles for which the DVLA has been...

Scottish Parliament: Points of Order (17 Nov 2022)

Alex Cole-Hamilton: ..., which is, frankly, astonishing. The energy minister at the time and the current Minister for Business, Trade, Tourism and Enterprise were informed in 2020 that that statistic of 25 per cent had no basis. It is important that Parliament gets the proper facts. At the same topical question time exchange on Tuesday 15 November, the minister, Lorna Slater, said: “The figure relating to...

Scottish Parliament: Brexit (Impact on Devolution) (17 Nov 2022)

Maurice Golden: ...retained EU law that is devolved, and where and when it might want to align with EU law. That, in turn, could create regulatory divergence between Scotland and the rest of the UK, but, to date, no major tension has arisen. That might be largely because the Scottish Government has not chosen to align with newly introduced EU law despite it being its stated default policy to do so. At some...

Public Order Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 2 (16 Nov 2022)

Lord Macdonald of River Glaven: My Lords, as a former prosecutor, I commend Amendment 6 to the Minister. I have no doubt at all that a definition along the lines of that pressed by the noble and learned Lord, Lord Hope of Craighead, would be of assistance to the police in judging their response to these sorts of events. A definition would certainly be of assistance to prosecutors in coming to a determination about what the...

National Security Bill: New Clause 9 - Use of Reasonable Force (16 Nov 2022)

Holly Lynch: ...am grateful to my right hon. Friend for making that powerful point. He is absolutely right that there is a distinct lack of consistency. If we are singling out specific criminal offences that we do not like, there is more that we could do to ensure that there is some consistency in that approach. There will be vulnerable people here who we want to check are not falling through the gaps,...

Public Order Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 1 (16 Nov 2022)

Lord Macdonald of River Glaven: ...Government to point out what those gaps and loopholes are, and where those gaps and loopholes are being exploited. If the reality is that we have sufficient legislation in place but it is simply not being rigorously applied, that is no argument at all for new legislation: it is an argument for the current legislation to be properly applied. I am absolutely confident that we have...

Written Answers — Home Office: Police (16 Nov 2022)

Lord Sharpe of Epsom: The latest available data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) Crime Survey for England and Wales in the year ending March 2020 suggested that 74% of adults had confidence in their local police. Covid-19 has impacted the ONS’s ability to collect more recent data. Currently there is no national (England and Wales) data collected on confidence to report crime. The Home Office will...

Scottish Parliament: Chronic Pain Services (16 Nov 2022)

Sandesh Gulhane: ...that it can be very difficult for chronic pain sufferers to function in the workplace. In turn, that impacts their family finances. With one in five Scots living with chronic pain, the Scottish economy suffers, too, but let us stay focused on the patient for now. The problem right now for chronic pain sufferers is poor access to treatment to reduce the debilitating impact on their daily...

Questions to the Mayor of London — ULEZ Expansion Consultation (5): ULEZ Expansion Consultation (5) (16 Nov 2022)

Nicholas Rogers: Are you confident that TfL's ULEZ Expansion Consultation is written in such a way that a respondent who wished to make absolutely clear that they opposed any expansion of the ULEZ could do so with no fear of their answer being misinterpreted?


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