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Western Jet Foil and Manston Asylum Processing Centres (31 Oct 2022)

Stella Creasy: There is nothing patriotic about making children suffer, but that is exactly what is happening as a direct result of this Home Secretary’s failure to get to grips with processing asylum. She talks as if the hotels are somehow a better option. In my constituency there is one with 150 children squeezed alongside another 350 adults, seven or eight to a room—no notice to the local authority...

Northern Ireland Protocol Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 4 (31 Oct 2022)

Lord Kerr of Kinlochard: I agree that external trade is a reserved matter, but here we are talking about trade inside the United Kingdom—as well as trade inside the single market of the European Union, of course. I do not think it follows at all that one can say there is no role for the Assembly because external trade is a reserved matter. I would love to support the amendment in the names of the two noble...

Royal Navy: Conduct towards Women (31 Oct 2022)

Andrew Murrison: ...for this particular urgent question, I have two daughters who are currently serving in the armed forces. I was concerned by the recent reports in the media that have prompted this UQ, little knowing that I would be answering it this afternoon. Allegations of bullying, harassment and sexual assault in the Submarine Service are and will be taken extremely seriously. Any activity that falls...

Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 (Amendment) Bill (28 Oct 2022)

Caroline Lucas: I beg to move, That the Bill be now read a Second time. It is a pleasure to follow the hon. Member for Hastings and Rye (Sally-Ann Hart) and the debate on her important Bill. It is a real delight to open the debate on this Bill, otherwise known as the right to roam Bill. It has backing from all sides of the House, including from Government Members, and has the potential to transform our...

Genocide Determination Bill [HL] - Second Reading (28 Oct 2022)

Baroness Sugg: My Lords, I support the Genocide Determination Bill and thank the noble Lord, Lord Alton, for bringing it forward and indeed for his continued and tireless work on genocide; as I learned from the House of Lords Library briefing, he has raised it over 300 times in this House. I was recently in France, where I visited Le Jardin des Rosiers in Paris and saw a memorial to the 101 infants of...

Employment Relations (Flexible Working) Bill (28 Oct 2022)

Fleur Anderson: ...practices throughout those years of being a mother and carer, I can assure the House that this subject is close to my heart. I would like to invite you, Madam Deputy Speaker, to my jobs fair on 11 November at the Roehampton leisure centre. I hope that plenty of people who want flexible-working jobs—and, indeed, many other jobs—will be able to come and find out more about employment...

Coroners (Determination of Suicide) Bill [HL] - Second Reading (28 Oct 2022)

the Bishop of Exeter: ...statistics but less good at reflecting on them. As TS Eliot lamented, where is the wisdom we have lost in information? When it comes to addressing the underlying causes and triggers of suicide, not having accurate information compounds the problem. The Bill seeks to address a lacuna in our processes. The available evidence shows that the Covid pandemic sheltered a second pandemic of poor...

Government of Wales (Devolved Powers) Bill [HL] - Second Reading (28 Oct 2022)

Baroness Bloomfield of Hinton Waldrist: Diolchaf i’r bonheddig Arglwydd Wigley am noddi’r Bil Aelod Preifat hwn, sydd wedi annog dadl mor eang ar ddatganoli yng Nghymru. I thank the noble Lord, Lord Wigley, for sponsoring this Private Member’s Bill, which has prompted such a wide-ranging debate on devolution in Wales. Given the Bill’s subject matter, it is only fitting that we have heard contributions from no less than...

Co-operatives, Mutuals and Friendly Societies Bill (28 Oct 2022)

Peter Gibson: ...congratulate the hon. Member for Preston (Sir Mark Hendrick) on moving the Second Reading of his Bill. Having had the pleasure of introducing my own private Member’s Bill in the last Session, I know only too well what a privilege it is to be drawn in the ballot. I thank the hon. Gentleman for taking the opportunity to raise the important issue of co-operatives, mutuals and friendly...

Freedom of Expression (Communications and Digital Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (27 Oct 2022)

Lord Kamall: My Lords, I begin by thanking my noble friend Lord Gilbert for moving this debate on the committee’s report. I also thank noble Lords who are members of that committee for having the foresight to place digital regulation at the centre of public debate, especially in their report. Let me also thank all noble Lords, whether or not they are on the committee, for their contributions. Before I...

Backbench Business: World Menopause Day — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] (27 Oct 2022)

Will Quince: ...celebrate companies that are doing the right thing by their employees. Somebody said that the hon. Member for Swansea East—I will call her my hon. Friend—has a lot to answer for. There is no more effective campaigner in the House of Commons. I recognise the incredible work that she has done in raising awareness of the menopause, which affects millions of women across our United...

National Food Strategy and Food Security (27 Oct 2022)

Mark Spencer: ...for it. We are fortunate in the United Kingdom to have a highly resilient food supply chain that is built on strong domestic production and imports via sustainable trade routes, but it is worth acknowledging that food security has become a very hot topic politically. When I was elected in 2010, I highlighted food security as a very important topic in my maiden speech. It is not new to me;...

National Food Strategy and Food Security (27 Oct 2022)

Mark Spencer: ...for it. We are fortunate in the United Kingdom to have a highly resilient food supply chain that is built on strong domestic production and imports via sustainable trade routes, but it is worth acknowledging that food security has become a very hot topic politically. When I was elected in 2010, I highlighted food security as a very important topic in my maiden speech. It is not new to me;...

Backbench Business: Colleges Week 2022 — [Mrs Sheryll Murray in the Chair] (27 Oct 2022)

Andrea Jenkyns: .... My BTEC experience—I studied for a BTEC national in business and finance—helped me on my way; importantly, I gained transferable skills. I fully recognise that others like me—and indeed not like me, which is a real beauty of the FE sector—will benefit from the provision that colleges deliver, as they offer so much in our communities, to our students and to our economy. With the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Assembly Business: Election of Speaker and Deputy Speakers (27 Oct 2022)

David Brooks: No, thank you. Our party wants to see the institutions restored in full. We have operated them for 15 years, and our commitment to devolution is not in question. It is viable, however, only with the confidence of both communities, not just one. It remains the situation that not one unionist in this place supports the protocol, just as it was before the last election: not one. Those I talked...

Public Bill Committee: Financial Services and Markets Bill: Clause 27 - Review of rules (27 Oct 2022)

Andrew Griffith: ...reviews improve ongoing policy development by providing the evidence to make better decisions and helping to develop a better understanding of what works, for whom and when. There is currently no formal requirement for the PRA or the FCA to conduct reviews of their existing rules. Proposed new section 3RA will introduce a requirement for the two regulators to keep their rules under review....

Public Bill Committee: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Examination of Witnesses (27 Oct 2022)

...gateways that we have in place currently, I particularly point to section 7 of the Crime and Courts Act, which, although being used for JMLIT purposes—this public-private partnership—they were not designed for that purpose. There was an opportunity within the context of the Bill to push for something that really is fit for purpose and gives the regulated sector the confidence to share...

Home Secretary: Resignation and Reappointment - Commons Urgent Question (27 Oct 2022)

The following Answer to an Urgent Question was given in the House of Commons on Wednesday 26 October. “I was disappointed, on leaving my previous Department last night, that I would no longer be seeing the right honourable Lady across the Dispatch Box, and I am so glad that she has put that right for me today. She has a good memory, and I know she will recall that last week the...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Covid-19 Inquiry Chair (27 Oct 2022)

John Swinney: In this statement, I will update Parliament on matters relating to the Scottish Covid-19 inquiry. In particular, I will announce a new chair and an amendment that will be made to the inquiry’s terms of reference. I begin by repeating my condolences to those bereaved during the pandemic and repeat my conviction that the Scottish Covid-19 inquiry must help to provide the answers for which...

Scottish Parliament: Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (27 Oct 2022)

Shona Robison: The Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill reforms the process that has been in place for the past 18 years for trans men and women to obtain a gender recognition certificate, or GRC. We know from extensive consultation, as well as from evidence heard by the Equalities, Human Rights and Civil Justice Committee, that many trans people find the current system overly medicalised, complex,...


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