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Public Bill Committee: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Clause 66 - Allocation of unique identifiers (8 Nov 2022)

Alison Thewliss: ...times. It would make sense for that to be consolidated in one entry so that people could see the course of that. The identifier should go through all of the directorships that people have. We know—it has been raised previously in Committee—that some directors have many hundreds, or even thousands, of directorships to their name. It seems sensible to have clarity to ensure that they are...

Scottish Parliament: National Planning Framework 4 (8 Nov 2022)

Tom Arthur: Today marks world town planning day, so it seems particularly appropriate to be publishing the fourth national planning framework, or NPF4 as it is known, and associated documents in Parliament. Last year, when I published the draft framework, the world had come to Glasgow for COP26—the 26th United Nations climate change conference of the parties. Right now, many of the world’s political...

Scottish Parliament: Accident and Emergency Waiting Times (8 Nov 2022)

Alex Cole-Hamilton: ...who are waiting in vain. Nicola Sturgeon’s NHS chief executive of five years, Paul Gray, said that the crisis was coming down the tracks long before anyone had heard of Covid. Pandemic or no pandemic, the cabinet secretary should stop abdicating responsibility. Everyone knows someone who is on a waiting list. When we drill down into the detail around emergency care, things get far worse....

Northern Ireland Protocol Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 45 (7 Nov 2022)

Lord Dodds of Duncairn: My Lords, it is a pleasure to follow the noble Baroness, Lady Ritchie of Downpatrick. I have just a couple of small points before dealing with some of the wider issues raised by the amendments tabled in this group. First, on the negotiations, I do not disagree with the involvement of Northern Ireland parties, as I said previously. It was suggested earlier—I think by the noble Lord, Lord...

Football Clubs in England: Financial Sustainability (7 Nov 2022)

Shabana Mahmood: ...the money ultimately comes from and to disguise their identities. I will come on to that issue in relation to Birmingham City football club. The business model that that creates for football is not sustainable and should not be tolerated in something so vital to the fabric of our national life. In the end, as the fan-led review found, it is the regulatory underlaps and overlaps in the...

Social Housing (Regulation) Bill [Lords] (7 Nov 2022)

Matthew Pennycook: ...them, in particular our friend Baroness Hayman of Ullock, for their efforts and for the constructive, cross-party approach adopted throughout the proceedings. It would be remiss of me if I did not also use this opportunity to pay tribute, on behalf of the Opposition, to the work of Grenfell United and the Grenfell Foundation, who have pushed at every turn for this legislation to come...

Asylum Seekers Accommodation and Safeguarding (7 Nov 2022)

Robert Jenrick: ...and constructive manner, but sadly that was the triumph of optimism over experience. In fact, the Labour party is trying to politicise this, and we can of course say the same. The Labour party has no plan to tackle illegal immigration. It does not want to tackle illegal immigration. The Labour party left a system in ruins in 2010, as my right hon. Friend the Member for Ashford (Damian...

Public Service Broadcasting: BBC Centenary - Motion to Take Note (3 Nov 2022)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: My Lords, this has been a very spirited and thought-provoking debate, and a very enjoyable one for my first time back at the Dispatch Box. I warmly congratulate the noble Lord, Lord Foster of Bath, on securing it. He encouraged me to sign up to speak from the Back Benches and I had done so, but it is a delight to be responding with a bit more time from this position. The noble Lord’s Motion...

Public Bill Committee: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Clause 63 - Authorisation of corporate service providers (3 Nov 2022)

Kevin Hollinrake: Once more, I am sympathetic to the aims of the amendments. They are driven by concerns that AML supervisory regimes outside the UK may not be robust. That is why the Government are specifying that authorised corporate service providers must be subject to the UK’s AML regime. Nevertheless, it is possible that in the future the UK may become a party to an agreement—a trade agreement, for...

Private Rented Sector White Paper (3 Nov 2022)

Felicity Buchan: I am sorry, but I have been told that I need to conclude. The Government are committed to giving tenants the security and peace of mind they need to settle down with confidence and make their house a home. We are committed to empowering tenants so that they can make informed choices and raise concerns, and to supporting responsible landlords. As I said at the outset, we stand by our manifesto...

Public Bill Committee: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Clause 44 - Register of members: name to be included (3 Nov 2022)

Kevin Hollinrake: ...the usefulness of the information held on the members of UK companies. Collectively, they will mean that users of the register have more certainty about who they are doing business with, building confidence in the integrity of the companies register and preventing bad actors from exploiting it. Clause 44 amends sections 112, 113 and 115 of the Companies Act 2006, which concern the...

Financial Markets: Stability - Motion to Take Note (3 Nov 2022)

Baroness Penn: The noble Baroness is right that there is more than one regulator at play in this space. That point was also made by the noble Lord, Lord Davies of Brixton. If the noble Baroness will forgive me, I will come on to some actions taken after the 2018 stress test shortly. The noble Lord, Lord Tunnicliffe, asked what the forthcoming Bill will do to promote financial stability. Allowing us to...

Smokefree 2030 (3 Nov 2022)

Bob Blackman: ...His Majesty’s Government to publish a new Tobacco Control Plan by the end of 2022, in order to deliver the smokefree 2030 ambition. I thank the Backbench Business Committee, on which I have the honour to serve, for enabling us to have the debate this afternoon. On behalf of the all-party parliamentary group on smoking and health, which I chair, I welcome the Under-Secretary of State for...

Public Bill Committee: Financial Services and Markets Bill: New Clause 4 - Local community access to essential in-person banking services (3 Nov 2022)

Siobhain McDonagh: I rise to support new clauses 4 and 5, which we know are supported by our constituents. No matter what kind of constituency we represent, whether it is wealthy, rural or urban, people are desperate for face-to-face services. Recently, in Mitcham town centre, Barclays and Halifax have closed. I stood outside both branches for a week during their opening hours, asking customers why they wanted...

Public Bill Committee: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Clause 32 - Disqualification of persons designated under sanctions legislation: GB (3 Nov 2022)

Stephen Kinnock: I thank the Minister; I think he has just provided clarification that he is confident that there is now a ban on the use of nominee directors as a front to obscure true beneficial ownership. We are grateful for that absolute reassurance. There was perhaps a misunderstanding on our side of some of the technicalities in the Bill that I am seeking to probe, so I am grateful to the Minister for...

Abuse and Deaths in Secure Mental Health Units (3 Nov 2022)

Maria Caulfield: I thank my hon. Friend for his comprehensive question about the issues we face. He is absolutely right to say that systemic failings were identified, and as I have said, at this stage I have not said no to a public inquiry. We need urgently to address these issues, and ensure that, nationally, the same failings are not happening across the board. My concern about a public inquiry is the time...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Mental Health Services: Pupils (3 Nov 2022)

Maria Caulfield: The Department has made no such assessment. However, the Department for Education undertakes and publishes pupil, parent, and teacher omnibus surveys which include a range of questions on their perception of mental health and wellbeing support and promotion in school. This supports our understanding of, amongst other areas, education staff’s perceived confidence in identifying and...

Scottish Parliament: Junior Minister (3 Nov 2022)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...the future. I turn to today’s appointment. It gives me great pleasure to seek Parliament’s agreement to the appointment of Elena Whitham. Although she is relatively new to Parliament, I have no doubt that she brings significant experience to the wide-ranging role of community safety minister. Elena has spoken of how her political convictions have been shaped by her own life experiences...

Northern Ireland Protocol Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 22 (2 Nov 2022)

Baroness Chapman of Darlington: My Lords, many of us are worried about the powers to regulate, but it is not just about democracy. I have time for the concerns expressed in the email that was just read out—of course I do. I just point out, however, that the situation that we are in that is so objectionable to the noble Lord’s colleague in Northern Ireland came about because of the actions, decisions and agreements made...

Merchant Shipping (Safety Standards for Passenger Ships on Domestic Voyages) (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2022 - Motion to Approve: Amendment to the Motion (2 Nov 2022)

Lord Berkeley: My Lords, I am very grateful to the Minister for her response. She has given me a lot of confidence that in her new role, on which I congratulate her, she will be robust in ensuring that there is no backsliding on these new regulations. As she has alluded to, collision is of course one of the greatest risks, and it happens on the Thames and on other major rivers, but there are probably more...


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