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Scottish Parliament: Equalities and Social Security (United Kingdom Government Proposals) (28 Jun 2017)

Colin Beattie: What we learned from last week’s Queen’s speech is that, to quote Theresa May, “nothing has changed”. Does the cabinet secretary think that it is right that the Tories’ obsession with austerity and cuts will continue despite the volume of evidence against that approach and their failed general election gamble?

The Prime Minister Was Asked--: Engagements (28 Jun 2017)

Theresa May: The House will be aware that today the Crown Prosecution Service announced charging decisions in relation to Hillsborough. I know from working closely with the families when I was Home Secretary that this will be a day of mixed emotions for them. The House will understand that I cannot say anything further on matters that are now subject to criminal prosecution. This morning I had meetings...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (4th Day) (27 Jun 2017)

Lord Scriven: sends a very strong signal to many LGBT people in Northern Ireland that this Government believe that the right of thousands of people in Northern Ireland can be sidelined or ignored so that the right of Theresa May to hold the key to No. 10 is upheld. That sends a very worrying signal. This is guilt by association and the Government need to understand that. They need to understand...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Grenfell Tower: Fires (27 Jun 2017)

Theresa May: The independent inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire will be set up under the Inquiries Act 2005 and will be publicly funded. This will include funding for legal representation for the victims and families of those affected the devastating fire. It will have the power to compel witnesses. As I said in my oral statement on 22 June, all those with an interest—including survivors and...

Scottish Parliament: Treasury Funding (Devolved Administrations) (27 Jun 2017)

Lewis Macdonald: ...any reasonable means to improve the position of our public services. It is right to test the basis for that £1 billion bung and its implications for the Scottish budget. It would appear that Theresa May has agreed to bring an end to austerity in Northern Ireland, but only in order to continue imposing it on the rest of the United Kingdom. Does the cabinet secretary agree that the deal...

Scottish Parliament: European Union Negotiations and Scotland’s Future (27 Jun 2017)

...should simply be told what to do by majority opinion across the whole UK. On Neil Findlay’s second point about a future Labour Government, as far as I can tell right now—I hope that this changes—just as Theresa May does, Jeremy Corbyn wants us to leave the single market, thereby putting tens of thousands of Scottish jobs on the line. I know that there are more sensible...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (3rd Day) (Continued) (26 Jun 2017)

Lord Davies of Oldham: ..., the Government sold off the green bank. We are on course to miss key climate change targets, and we have to add to this the ending of the Department of Energy and Climate Change by the Prime Minister, Theresa May. As my noble friend Lady Jones mentioned in her opening statement, the amazing fact we have to adjust to is the appointment of Michael Gove as Secretary of State in the...

Northern Ireland (26 Jun 2017)

Matt Warman: ...2017 than did so at the previous opportunity. No one else will blow that trumpet, so I thought I should. Many of them did so because they were inspired by the vision for Brexit that was laid out by Theresa May. Can the First Secretary reassure me that this deal will strengthen Theresa May’s hand when it comes to Brexit and ensure that we can deliver control of our borders and our...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (3rd Day) (26 Jun 2017)

Lord Low of Dalston: ..., to the obvious approbation of the House. He described the widespread criticism of the Prime Minister as “vile attacks”. Really? By Matthew Parris, Michael Portillo and the noble Lord, Lord Patten? If I was Theresa May, I would think that the moment I received ringing endorsements such as that from the Tory grandees was the time I really needed to start worrying. If one...

European Council (26 Jun 2017)

Theresa May: The right hon. Gentleman talked about a variety of issues. He talked about Parliament and transparency. We have been very clear that there will be a vote in this Parliament on the deal that has been negotiated with the European Union, and we expect that to take place before the European Parliament has an opportunity to vote on it. There will be many opportunities—in legislation and in...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (2nd Day) (22 Jun 2017)

Lord Bilimoria: an EU-Canada free trade agreement. In a BBC radio programme, the lead negotiator for Canada said he does not think that Brexit will happen. During the visit in November, Prime Minister Narendra Modi brought up with Prime Minister Theresa May that movement of people is important for India. We talk about trade deals, but there can be no trade deal without looking at the movement of...

Grenfell Tower (22 Jun 2017)

Theresa May: May I first join the Leader of the Opposition in commending the work of his new hon. Friend, the hon. Member for Kensington (Emma Dent Coad)? I am sure we all remember getting to grips with our first few days as a Member of Parliament, and having to deal with a disaster and tragedy of this sort in her constituency so early on must have been very difficult. I commend her for the work that she...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (21 Jun 2017)

Heidi Alexander: constituents and people who live in London. On the day on which the election was called, I was stopped by a constituent at Lewisham station. He simply said to me, “We have to stop the damage Theresa May is doing to our country.” I put that statement on every one of my election leaflets. His concern was about Brexit, about his job in central London, and about his ability in...

Scottish Parliament: Engagements (15 Jun 2017)

...the single market? Is her position that we should be in or out of the customs union? Alternatively, is her position exactly what her position has been over the past year, which is that she will do exactly what Theresa May tells her to do, regardless of what is in the best interests of the country? I will give Ruth Davidson a chance to prove that she has some ability to think independently...

Scottish Parliament: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Rights (15 Jun 2017)

...deep-seated concern and, I believe, the deep-seated concern of many people not just in Scotland but across the UK at the prospect of some kind of grubby deal between the Tories and the DUP to allow Theresa May to cling to office. I have just listened to Ruth Davidson talking about the national interest, but that kind of deal is not in the national interest in any way, shape or form,...

Scottish Parliament: Second Independence Referendum (15 Jun 2017)

Lewis Macdonald: That was Theresa May last week, but this week Nicola Sturgeon seems to be equally in denial. Given that the First Minister has said that she wants to be involved in negotiating Brexit on behalf of the UK, will she now recognise that she cannot possibly be sitting at the top table and heading for the exit at one and the same time?

Scottish Parliament: Stink Pits (15 Jun 2017)

Ruth Maguire: ...animal welfare I will stand with those who protect animals, not those who profit from their suffering. If recent weeks have shown us anything, it is that we cannot rest on our laurels when it comes to animal welfare. If Theresa May had had her way last week, we would now be seeing moves towards the reintroduction of fox-hunting in England and Wales. Thankfully she did not, but that near...

Scottish Parliament: Scotland’s Economy (Opportunities for Growth) (14 Jun 2017)

Willie Rennie: .... We should seek to grow exports to the rest of the UK and exports to the rest of Europe. We must break down barriers, not build them up. There is an opportunity to turn away from a damaging hard Brexit. Theresa May called the general election to get an overwhelming mandate for her Brexit plan, but she failed. That is why I support calls for a cross-party Cabinet committee to prepare a new...

Members Sworn (14 Jun 2017)

John Bercow: ...Offices. I propose to call first the Father of the House, then members of the Cabinet, then members of the shadow Cabinet, then all Privy Counsellors not included in those two groups, wherever they may be sitting, and then other Ministers. Thereafter, I shall call other hon. Members according to the Parliament of their first entry, or, for those with broken service, that of most recent...

Election of Speaker (13 Jun 2017)

Theresa May: ...-Elect, to all those who are new Members, that you can be in the House for 20 years and still not always know what the protocol is going to be. Mr Speaker-Elect, on behalf of the whole House, may I congratulate you on your re-election? At least someone got a landslide. May I also congratulate you on becoming the first Speaker since the second world war to be re-elected three times? In your...

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