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Windrush Children (Immigration Status) (16 Apr 2018)

Diane Abbott: ...must consider compensation. Is the Home Secretary aware that in 2014 the Government removed the immigration protection that existed for the Commonwealth citizens who had come here previously? Theresa May was the then Home Secretary, and there was no parliamentary debate or scrutiny at the time. Theresa May could simply—

Written Answers — Prime Minister: AggregateIQ (16 Apr 2018)

Theresa May: Officials and advisers have meetings with a wide range of individuals and organisations on a wide range of subjects.

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: Machinery of Government Changes (29 Mar 2018)

Theresa May: This written statement confirms that the data policy and governance functions of the Government Digital Service (GDS) will transfer from the Cabinet Office to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). The transfer includes responsibility for data sharing (including coordination of Part 5 of the Digital Economy Act 2017), data ethics, open data and data governance. At the...

Scottish Parliament: Economic Growth (29 Mar 2018)

...;s report, for next year and the year after, are actually higher for Scotland than the OBR’s are for the rest of the UK. I am not sure whether Ruth Davidson is prepared to lay the reasons for that at Theresa May’s door, but she wants to ignore the elephant in the room, which is Brexit, so let me remind her of some of the figures. It is simply not credible for a member to come...

Scottish Parliament: Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan 2018 to 2022 (29 Mar 2018)

Angela Constance: ...that the benefits freeze is the biggest driver of rising poverty in and out of work; and that, by 2020, welfare spend in this country will be down by £4 billion, I wonder why he has nothing to say about Theresa May and her lack of action on the burning injustices in this country. I very much expect to be held to account for our responsibilities and our decisions—I absolutely...

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: National Security Capability Review and Strategic Defence and Security Review Annual Report (28 Mar 2018)

Theresa May: I am pleased to announce the combined publication of the National Security Capability Review (NSCR) and the 2017 annual report of the National Security Strategy and Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR). I have placed a copy in the House of Commons Library. The 2015 National Security Strategy and SDSR set out our vision and three overarching National Security Objectives: Protect Our...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (28 Mar 2018)

Theresa May: May I start, Mr Speaker, by wishing you, all Members and everyone who works on the parliamentary estate a very happy Easter? 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.

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (27 Mar 2018)

Liaison: Evidence from the Prime Minister - 27 March 2018. 4:30 pm; The Grimond Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: The Rt Hon Theresa May MP, Prime Minister

EU Referendum: Electoral Law: National Security and Russia (26 Mar 2018)

Theresa May: ...the situation in Salisbury. Sergei and Yulia Skripal remain critically ill in hospital. Sadly, late last week doctors indicated that their condition is unlikely to change in the near future and that they may never recover fully. This shows the utterly barbaric nature of this act and the dangers that hundreds of innocent citizens in Salisbury could have faced. An investigation continues...

European Council (26 Mar 2018)

Theresa May: retained—and that all aspects of the Belfast agreement should be respected. We continue to do that. The right hon. Gentleman talked about the fact that the implementation period was a Labour party idea. May I remind him of two things? First, the concept of a smooth and orderly withdrawal from Brexit was first referenced in my Lancaster House speech in January 2017. Secondly, I...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (21 Mar 2018)

Theresa May: Tomorrow marks the one-year anniversary of the Westminster terrorist attack. It was a sick and depraved attack on the streets of our capital, but what I remember most is the exceptional bravery of our police and security services, who risked their lives to keep us safe. I know that Members will be attending events tomorrow and over the weekend to mark this tragic anniversary. I am sure the...

Fire Safety Information (20 Mar 2018)

Maria Miller: ...on the measures being taken to address any risks identified. In this way, progress on rectifying problems would be transparent to residents. An annual residents’ meeting would also be a useful forum for communicating about fire safety with residents, who may not necessarily be the owners or leaseholders of those flats. When Dame Judith published the interim report of the independent...

Scottish Parliament: Brexit Transition Agreement (Fishing Industry) (20 Mar 2018)

Gillian Martin: Does the cabinet secretary agree that, no matter how many meetings Scotland’s Tory MPs have with Theresa May, it is now clear that they have no influence whatsoever or any way in which they can protect or promote the interests of Scottish fishing? Fergus Ewing mentioned that this deal is the worst possible outcome for Scottish fishing—and at a crucial time. Will he expand on what...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Northern Ireland Government (16 Mar 2018)

Theresa May: As you would expect, Ministers and advisers spoke to a number of people from different parties in the run-up to the my visit, but no written advice was received from the DUP or any other party.

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill - Committee (7th Day) (Continued) (14 Mar 2018)

Lord Tunnicliffe: ...basis on which to form a judgment on the final outcomes. The Government have given the OBR short shrift, referring it to the Prime Minister’s Florence speech as definitive. In that speech, Theresa May said the UK would seek to achieve a deep and special partnership with the EU and that this should span a new economic relationship. Not surprisingly, the OBR did not consider that a...

Salisbury Incident - Statement (14 Mar 2018)

Lord Adonis: ...the statement that the Russian embassy has put out in response to the Prime Minister’s Statement this afternoon, and the statement by the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs? It says: “Theresa May in Parliament on measures to ‘punish’ Russia constitutes an unprecedented, flagrant provocation that undermines the foundations of normal dialogue between our...

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill - Committee (7th Day) (Continued) (14 Mar 2018)

Baroness Suttie: ...key area of debate is that somehow or other the issue of the border has been exaggerated; some have even used the word “weaponised”. However, just two days before the EU referendum the Prime Minister, Theresa May, said: “if we were out of the European Union with tariffs on exporting goods into the EU, there would have to be something to recognise that between Northern...

Salisbury Incident: Further Update (14 Mar 2018)

Theresa May: ...territory since NATO’s foundation, and allies agreed the attack was a clear breach of international norms and agreements. Donald Tusk, the President of the European Council, said: “I express my full solidarity with PM @theresa_may in the face of the brutal attack inspired, most likely, by Moscow. I’m ready to put the issue on next week’s #EUCO agenda.” We will...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (14 Mar 2018)

Theresa May: I am sure that Members across the House will wish to join me in offering our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Professor Stephen Hawking, who died earlier today. Professor Hawking’s exceptional contributions to science and our knowledge of the universe speak for themselves. As his children have said: “His courage and persistence with his brilliance and humour...

Children and Young Persons (13 Mar 2018)

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