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Antisemitism and Other Racism in Football (22 Jun 2022)

Gavin Newlands: .... I start by congratulating the right hon. Member for Chipping Barnet (Theresa Villiers) on securing today’s important debate, which comes on the 36th anniversary of one of the best moments in Scottish football history—the Diego Maradona ‘Hand of God’ goal in the Mexico 1986 World Cup. [Laughter.] I have lost the room before I have even started. The hon. Member for Blackpool...

British Sign Language Bill - Third Reading: Motion (27 Apr 2022)

Lord Holmes of Richmond: ..., perhaps the most personal interaction we have with the state. As a result of this Bill, BSL signers will be able to have such appointments and/or communications with the state in an inclusive manner, rather than having to rely on parents, spouses, siblings or children to communicate such news. I pay particular thanks to Rosie Cooper MP, who perfectly piloted this Bill through the...

Elections Bill - Report (1st Day): Amendment 19 (6 Apr 2022)

Lord Hayward: My Lords, I first welcome my noble friend the Minister back to his place. He has dealt, as manfully as he possibly could in the circumstances of his ill health, with queries that many of us have had, although I just wish that when he was referring to the noble Lord, Lord Rennard, he had not referred to his greatest victories, since that was a dagger fairly close to my heart—but that is...

Elections Bill - Committee (6th Day): Amendment 160A (28 Mar 2022)

Lord Hayward: My Lords, the noble Baroness, Lady Hayman, referred to my Amendment 171 in this group, to which I would like to speak. Before I do, and with the indulgence of the House, I refer to some comments made by the noble Baroness, Lady Scott, in Committee last week: “However, given the important concerns that have been raised on the secrecy of voting, Minister Badenoch will be writing to the...

Pension Schemes (Conversion of Guaranteed Minimum Pensions) Bill - Second Reading (25 Mar 2022)

Baroness Stedman-Scott: ...are subtly different for women and men. For example, women can start receiving their GMP at age 60, while men have to wait until 65. This has resulted in complex differences in the amount of GMP a man and a woman can receive. So complicated are these differences, indeed, that overall, both men and women can in fact lose out, depending on individual circumstances. The key issue being...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Defamation Bill: Final Stage (22 Mar 2022)

Maolíosa McHugh: ...to analyse those reforms and to see what has worked and what has not. Thirdly, two reports have been published that are relevant to the discussion. The first one is from Professor Andrew Scott, and the second is from the Irish Government and was released a number of weeks ago. The Minister indicated his intention to introduce a Bill once he had carried out a proper analysis to review all...

Blackpool Airport and Levelling Up (15 Mar 2022)

Scott Benton: I beg to move, That this House has considered Blackpool airport and the role of commercial passenger flights in levelling up. It is a pleasure to speak under your chairmanship, Mr Davies. The recent levelling-up White Paper rightly identified the areas that need to be addressed if we are to transform the UK and bring prosperity to left-behind regions. The UK Government have set themselves 12...

Sir Richard Shepherd (10 Mar 2022)

Bill Cash: ...drawing room opposite a painting of Clumber park, where in my youth I often played cricket, or on the telephone recalling our great parliamentary battles and our friendships with other patriots, so many of whom have sadly died. I am glad to say that Chris Gill still lives near us in Shropshire. I strongly recommend that hon. Members read Richard’s speech of 21 February 1992 on his...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Defamation Bill: Consideration Stage (2 Mar 2022)

Mike Nesbitt: ...all-party group on press freedom and media sustainability. It probably does not need saying, but I declare that, for a large part of my adult life, I earned a living as a journalist, working for many of the print and broadcast media outlets that operate in this jurisdiction. That might explain my interest in the laws of defamation, but it does not explain my motivation. As Mr McHugh put...

Downing Street Parties: Police Investigation (25 Jan 2022)

Brendan O'Hara: On Burns Day, it is probably appropriate to start with the line: “The best laid schemes o’ Mice an’ Men Gang aft agley”. Or perhaps it should be a line from that other great Scottish writer, Sir Walter Scott: “O what a tangled web we weave, When first we practise to deceive!” Now that the police are finally involved, I do wonder how much more personal humiliation and indignity the...

Lawfare and UK Court System (20 Jan 2022)

Bob Seely: ..., the firms that offer and sell—dare I say it?—legal intimidation services to the corrupt, to organised crime or to the Russian state or its proxies include, so we are told, some of the many names that have been mentioned thus far: CMS, Mishcon de Reya, Skadden, Carter-Ruck, Schillings and Harbottle & Lewis, which services Mr Abramovich’s needs. What do the tactics look like? The...

International Men’s Day — [Mr Virendra Sharma in the Chair] (25 Nov 2021)

Kemi Badenoch: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Sharma. I thank my hon. Friend the Member for Don Valley (Nick Fletcher) for securing this debate and for his ongoing work to ensure that the issues faced by men and boys are not neglected. As chair of the all-party parliamentary group on issues affecting men and boys, he headed up the publication of the report “A Boy Today”, which is...

Gender Pay Gap - Question (23 Nov 2021)

Baroness Stedman-Scott: .... I will go out and find that book, and I will read it. As for changing bias and the distortions in salaries between men and women, no one needs to push our door on that—we are there. As the good man Sir Winston said, those people who can change their mind can change anything.

Creative Sector - Motion to Take Note (4 Nov 2021)

Baroness Bonham-Carter of Yarnbury: My Lords, I add my thanks to my noble friend Lady Featherstone. Many superlatives have been sprinkled on her speech; I add “passionate”. I have also heard passion from around the House on this incredibly important topic. I also welcome the fine maiden speech of the noble Lord, Lord Spencer. I am so pleased that he chose this debate to make his maiden speech, because it was not necessarily...

Reopening Local Police Stations — [Yvonne Fovargue in the Chair] (27 Oct 2021)

Richard Drax: ...sadly the police took the brunt of the cuts. My aim today is to emphasise how important it is that we reopen police stations and get policemen and women back on the streets as fast as we can. Too many of my constituents and too many of the people I speak to do not see police officers unless they whizz past in a car. That is no good—that is hopeless. It is a necessary back-up, of course,...

Social Security (Up-rating of Benefits) Bill - Committee: Amendment 9 (26 Oct 2021)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: ...debate; it is about our role as a House that scrutinises and about the democratic deficit the noble Baroness, Lady Stroud, referred to earlier. I begin by thanking the noble Baroness, Lady Stedman-Scott, and indeed the noble Baroness, Lady Sherlock, for coming to the Cross-Bench Peers meeting last week and setting out the arguments about scope, but also about the Bill in general. I think...

COP26: Limiting Global Temperature Rises (21 Oct 2021)

Barry Gardiner: “Code red for humanity”: that is what the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has called this crisis. It says that we need to mobilise on a warlike footing if we are to prevent the human tragedy and conflict that would result from a failure to meet the 1.5° target. The hon. Member for Blackpool South (Scott Benton) and others have argued about money. What does it profit a man if...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Defamation Bill: Second Stage (14 Sep 2021)

Conor Murphy: ...it easier for public figures, by virtue of their public profile and reputation, to demonstrate serious harm; in other words, the rich and the powerful are better protected than perhaps the ordinary man or woman on the street. As the Bill sponsor suggested, it is, indeed, about the money when it comes to that outcome from the legislation. Some of the most enthusiastic supporters of the Bill...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Defamation Bill: Second Stage (14 Sep 2021)

Mike Nesbitt: ...of journalists to conduct responsible and necessary investigations; • Protect the work of Non-Governmental Organisations; • Take better account of the impact of the Internet; • Require claimants to show that they have suffered serious harm before suing ... ; • Remove the current presumption in favour of a jury trial; • Introduce a defence of 'responsible publication on...

Scottish Parliament: Tokyo Olympic Games (Team GB Success) (8 Sep 2021)

Brian Whittle: ...have now concluded just after the Olympic games in Tokyo, and what a veritable feast it has been of all things sporty. We got to witness the prowess of the very best physical specimens that the human race has to offer. What can we say about the Great Britain and Northern Ireland team? It won 65 medals in the Olympics, finishing fourth in the medal table and, in the Paralympics, it won 124...


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