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Windrush Compensation Scheme (23 Jun 2020)

Tim Loughton: ...on board Wendy Williams’s 30 recommendations; her report was honest and robust. I note one comment from it, in which she said: “What will make this review different is if, in 12 to 24 months’ time, we can see evidence of deep cultural reform, with changes in behaviour at all levels and functions throughout the organisation”— the Home Office. What does the Home Secretary think...

Public Bill Committee: Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill: Children in care and children entitled to care leaving support: Entitlement to remain (18 Jun 2020)

Diana R. Johnson: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Sir Edward. New clause 41 is a cross-party amendment tabled by the hon. Member for East Worthing and Shoreham (Tim Loughton), who is respected particularly for his knowledge and expertise on children in care, having formerly been the Minister for Children. The Chair of the Home Affairs Committee has also added her name to the new clause, so...

Public Bill Committee: Domestic Abuse Bill: Domestic Abuse: immigration and nationality legal aid (17 Jun 2020)

Jess Phillips: .... It is not only my hobby-horse; it is a hobby-horse that I share with a number of hon. Members. On Second Reading, the right hon. Member for Romsey and Southampton North (Caroline Nokes), a one-time Immigration Minister, spoke up in favour of extending the domestic violence destitution funding that currently exists within the Home Office. The hon. Member for Brecon and Radnorshire, who...

Children and Young Persons (10 Jun 2020)

Vicky Ford: ...lead to the most vulnerable children being put at risk if services struggle to cope with the requirements of legislation. Some of the changes provide for the ability to diverge from established timescales for a limited number of activities or to cater for situations where there may be staff absences or a need to reduce personal contact. For example, it may not be appropriate for a social...

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Covid:19: Tourism Sector ( 4 Jun 2020)

Tim Loughton: ...and will he ensure that our great British seaside towns can start to recover by making staycations a practical option? He is very welcome to visit the delights of Worthing for a staycation at any time.

Parliamentary Constituencies Bill ( 2 Jun 2020)

Peter Bottomley: ...the Labour leader to bring in the worst possible ones, so there was a major boundary change that allowed the hon. Member for Eltham (Clive Efford) to be elected, having not succeeded the previous time—although there is a rumour that in the previous election he held a victory party at 10 o’clock and then had to come and hear my victory speech. The self-interest when people consider...

Domestic Abuse Bill (28 Apr 2020)

Victoria Atkins: ...and every one of the 87 Members who put their names forward. The harrowing stories that we have heard today underline the horror of domestic abuse and the devastation that it leaves in its wake. Time after time—not just today, but in debating previous iterations of the Bill—we have heard stories of families shattered and of lives torn apart or even ended by this terrible crime. One of...

Covid-19 Update (24 Mar 2020)

Tim Loughton: One of the glimmers of light in these troubling times are the amazing community volunteer projects that have sprung up in all our constituencies. The Secretary of State will be pleased to learn that on Sunday, we set up a “shopital” outside Worthing hospital, and I spent several hours selling rice, spuds and, crucially, loo paper to more than 100 ambulancemen, nurses and doctors. Should...

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Tree Planting (19 Mar 2020)

Tim Loughton: It is absolutely right that we vastly ramp up tree planting to help with carbon capture, but may I ask the Minister not to overlook kelp? It absorbs more than six times the amount of carbon as trees. We have vast tracts of seabed available, not least off Sussex. It helps with marine conservation, and it is also a food source. Please could we look at that more closely, and at how we can...

Church Commissioners: Marriage and Relationship Support (19 Mar 2020)

Tim Loughton: ..., Marriages and Deaths (Registration Etc.) Act 2019, which became law a year ago now and will overhaul marriage registration and allow mothers’ names to go on marriage certificates for the first time since 1832? Can he give us a progress report on whether this is at last going to happen?

Children (Access to Treatment) (18 Mar 2020)

Bambos Charalambous: now breathing unaided. In another case in 2014, Ashya King, a young boy with a brain tumour, was taken abroad, contrary to the wishes of the local trust, for proton beam therapy, which at the time was not available in the UK. Ashya’s parents were arrested in Spain for not acting in his best interests, but the High Court later ruled that he could receive the proton beam therapy in...

Economic Update (17 Mar 2020)

Tim Loughton: the banks and make sure that the grants from central Government are immediate so that people do not have to wait for them, which could make the difference to their being there in a few weeks’ time or not?

Income Tax (Charge) (11 Mar 2020)

Peter Bottomley: them to a group of infrastructure holders who would actually treat leaseholders and shared ownership people fairly and properly. I want to move on to a number of other issues, because of the time limits we are left with. In 2002, the Government gave up the Crown preference whereby a failing business had to find how to allocate the money that could be gathered in, especially where...

Personal Statement ( 4 Mar 2020)

Andrea Leadsom: .... Since 2010, we have lived through three general elections and three referendums, and I have worked for three different Prime Ministers and even had two tilts at the top job myself. During that time, we have learned a lot. First, there is the value of a punchy catchphrase, from “long-term economic plan”—remember that?—to “take back control” and “get Brexit done”, or as we...

Elgin Marbles ( 2 Mar 2020)

Caroline Dinenage: ...they are seen by a wide and diverse audience for free. Four of our national museums are in the top 10 most visited in the world. As my hon. Friend the Member for East Worthing and Shoreham (Tim Loughton) mentioned, the British Museum alone welcomes over 6 million visitors a year. Those 6 million people see the Parthenon sculptures in an unparalleled world history context. The public also...

Ministerial Code ( 2 Mar 2020)

Tim Loughton: Does my right hon Friend, like me, find it extraordinary that, at a time when uppermost in our constituents’ minds are an international virus that will cause chaos, our many homes that are under water and the important trade negotiations that are about to start, the priority of the Opposition is to raise the resignation of a public servant of whom most of our constituents have never heard?...

Historical Stillbirth Burials and Cremations ( 6 Feb 2020)

Justin Madders: ...parents’ experiences now and the experiences they would have had in previous decades. That contrast is stark and, in many ways, heartbreaking. The hon. Member for East Worthing and Shoreham (Tim Loughton) spoke about the importance of the personal experiences of Members in this place and how, over recent years, that has helped to bring about change. We have heard again today personal...

Operation Augusta — [Sir Christopher Chope in the Chair] ( 5 Feb 2020)

Nick Thomas-Symonds: ...grooming. I hope the Minister will take that on board and consider it when he makes his remarks. I am also grateful for the contributions by the hon. Member for East Worthing and Shoreham (Tim Loughton), who drew on his well-known expertise from his period as the Minister for Children, and from my hon. Friend the Member for Rotherham (Sarah Champion), the hon. Member for Bolton West...

Business of the House (30 Jan 2020)

Tim Loughton: Is it not about time that we had a debate on the Church of England and sex? No sooner had my Civil Partnerships, Marriages and Deaths (Registration etc) Act 2019 become effective, and many happy couples have got hitched since new year’s eve, than the Church of England issued an edict to say that it does not approve of sex within civil partnerships—same-sex or opposite-sex. Not only is...

European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill: Main power in connection with other separation issues ( 8 Jan 2020)

Robin Walker: I have answered that question many times. I am very happy to talk about many of the aspects of the political declaration that reflect some of the concerns raised in “Scotland’s Place in Europe”, but that is not a matter for this debate. On the important question of child refugees, which the hon. Member for Bristol West spoke about at length and with commendable passion, this Government...

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