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Scottish Parliament: Paris Climate Accord (7 Jun 2017)

Clare Haughey: ...have expressed condemnation of the US withdrawal from the accord. Does the First Minister share my view that the United Kingdom Government should have been far more robust in its response, and that Theresa May should have shown leadership on the issue, rather than lacking the backbone to stand up to President Trump?

Scottish Parliament: People with Dementia (1 Jun 2017)

...’ benefits. The triple lock for pensions is to go, the winter fuel allowance is to go and there is a dementia tax. It is very clear for pensioners across Scotland that, if they want to make sure that Theresa May does not have the power to take away their benefits and protections, they should make sure that they have strong MPs standing up for them. Like other countries, Scotland has...

Scottish Parliament: Protecting Workers’ Rights (31 May 2017)

Neil Findlay: ...assistants and others see the end of years of pay cuts and freezes. The greatest pro-worker policy of all will see the end of austerity as a UK and Scottish Government economic policy. We have not seen Theresa May much in this election—I think that she has been locked in a cupboard in Tory HQ to prevent her from meeting the voters. However, in a rare sighting, she claimed that the...

Scottish Parliament: Brexit Negotiations (Fishing Industry) (18 May 2017)

Mairi Evans: The minister will be aware that, in Theresa May’s plans for Brexit, the Tories say: “Given the heavy reliance on UK water of the EU fishing industry and the importance of EU waters to the UK, it is in both our interests to reach a mutually beneficial deal that works for the UK and the EU’s fishing communities”. Does the minister agree that the UK Government’s...

Scottish Parliament: Engagements (18 May 2017)

Nicola Sturgeon: Later today, I will have engagements to take forward the Government’s programme for Scotland. This evening, I will take part in the ITV leaders’ debate, which, of course, Theresa May is ducking.

Scottish Parliament: Cabinet (Meetings) (18 May 2017)

The First Minister: Before I come on to the Scottish Government’s position, I say first that it says a lot about the priorities of Theresa May and the Tories when they go out of their way to deny Parliament any say over the hugely important issues that are associated with Brexit and yet they are committed to giving Parliament a free vote on reintroducing fox hunting. If ever something...

Scottish Parliament: Snaring (18 May 2017)

Ruth Maguire: .... In the section on “Dealing with Injured Non-target Animals Accidentally Caught in Snares” it is advised that “Wild animals are often capable of surviving significant injuries, although they may suffer prolonged pain in the process.” Elsewhere, snare users are given chillingly dispassionate instructions on how to dispatch, or kill, various species—target and...

Scottish Parliament: Partnership Action for Continuing Employment (18 May 2017)

Gordon Lindhurst: ...paid employment. Recently, I was disappointed to hear news of the potential loss of up to 260 jobs at the Jabil manufacturing plant in Livingston. That is but one example of recent announcements that may require urgent action to be taken. Although it remains to be seen how many people will be affected following consultations and natural turnover, it is clear that PACE may have a role to...

Scottish Parliament: Fisheries (17 May 2017)

Maree Todd: ...again. The Secretary of State for Scotland, David Mundell, said last year before the EU vote that Brexit would not lead to an end of UK involvement in or with the CFP. In her first major Brexit speech, in Lancaster house, Theresa May said: “I do not believe that the EU’s leaders will seriously tell German exporters, French farmers, Spanish fishermen, the young unemployed of the...

Scottish Parliament: Veterans (Homelessness) (11 May 2017)

Kevin Stewart: ...homelessness services and food provision across the United Kingdom. However, with the Scottish Tories being apologists for the rape clause, people should not hold their breath waiting for them to stand up to Theresa May or anyone else, even when it means that veterans, families and pensioners are being pushed into poverty and crisis due to their policies.

Scottish Parliament: Food Banks (9 May 2017)

Pauline McNeill: ...enough to prevent them from needing to rely on a food bank to feed themselves and their family. Recently, we have heard about nurses and veterans having to visit food banks. When asked about that issue this week, Ruth Davidson repeated Theresa May’s response that the reasons for food bank use are “complex”. The reason for food banks is that people are hungry and cannot...

Scottish Parliament: School Leavers (North Ayrshire) (3 May 2017)

Ruth Maguire: ...rate in the United Kingdom, planned Tory cuts will hurt young people further. Does the minister agree with me that voting SNP in the upcoming local and general elections is the only way to keep Theresa May in check and make the voice of Scotland’s young people heard?

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Military Intervention: Yemen (27 Apr 2017)

Theresa May: I refer the hon. Member to the statement issued on 5 April following my meeting with King Salman of Saudi Arabia and which is available on the website: an-of-saudi-arabia-5-april-2017. I also refer the hon. Member to the answer given by my noble Friend, the Minister of State, the right hon. Baroness Anelay of St Johns to the...

Scottish Parliament: Engagements (27 Apr 2017)

...;s position, but the problem for Ruth Davidson is that that used to be her position as well—we remember her screaming it from Wembley. Now, of course, her position is different; she has fallen into line with Theresa May and now Brexit is the greatest thing since sliced bread. On this issue, Ruth Davidson flip-flops more than a fish being landed—flip-flop, flip-flop on Brexit....

The Prime Minister Was Asked: West Midlands: Economy and Public Services (26 Apr 2017)

Theresa May: The economy in the west midlands is performing well. Businesses are continuing to invest, and since 2010 employment in the west midlands has risen by 180,000. That is because the Conservatives in government have safeguarded the economy. As a result—my hon. Friend asks about public services—there are more doctors and more nurses in his hospitals, because you can only have strong...

The Prime Minister Was Asked: Engagements (26 Apr 2017)

Theresa May: This morning I had meetings with ministerial colleagues and others. In addition to my duties in this House, I shall have further such meetings later today.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: South Korea: Security (25 Apr 2017)

Alok Sharma: The Prime Minister, my Rt. Hon Friend the Member for Maidenhead (Theresa May) spoke to Acting President Hwang Kyo-Ahn on 24 March and the Foreign Secretary, my Rt. Hon Friend the Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (Boris Johnson) spoke to Foreign Minister Yun Byung-Se on 30 March, as well as hosting him for annual strategic level dialogue on 22 February. The British Ambassador in Seoul is...

Scottish Parliament: Child Tax Credit Cuts (25 Apr 2017)

Alex Cole-Hamilton: ...the Scottish Government on lodging the motion. I assure it of the support of the Liberal Democrats. We will support Kez Dugdale’s and Alison Johnstone’s amendments, as well. Who can forget Theresa May’s inaugural words in her tenure as Prime Minister? In her Francis of Assisi moment on the steps of number 10, she said of families that rely on tax credits in particular:...

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