Canlyniadau 1–20 o 9913 ar gyfer speaker:Edward Davey

Prime Minister: Engagements (22 Mai 2024)

Edward Davey: I join others in welcoming back to the House the hon. Member for South Thanet (Craig Mackinlay). We admire his courage, and send our best wishes to him and his family. I also join others in remembering all the victims of the bombing at the Manchester Arena. Amanda claimed carer’s allowance when caring for her mother, but the Department for Work and Pensions is now hounding her to pay back...

Infected Blood Inquiry Report (20 Mai 2024)

Edward Davey: Today is about the tens of thousands of people whose lives have been torn apart by this disaster. Many of them have fought and waited for decades to see this day, and, tragically—as the Prime Minister reminded us—thousands have died waiting. I pay tribute to the survivors, the families, the campaigners and the journalists who have fought so long and so hard for justice. Having listened to...

Prime Minister: Engagements ( 8 Mai 2024)

Edward Davey: The abuse suffered by 88-year-old Ann King at the hands of staff in her care home was captured on a hidden camera. The footage is stomach churning. Ann died in October 2022, and it took nearly a year for the Care Quality Commission to launch a criminal investigation. Ann’s children are working to protect other care home residents from being subjected to such appalling abuse. Her son came...

Carer’s Allowance — [Julie Elliott in the Chair] (22 Ebr 2024)

Edward Davey: When the Minister talks about legislating for five days’ leave for carers, will she mention my hon. Friend the Member for North East Fife (Wendy Chamberlain), who piloted that legislation with cross-party support?

Carer’s Allowance — [Julie Elliott in the Chair] (22 Ebr 2024)

Edward Davey: I congratulate the hon. Member for Neath (Christina Rees) on bringing the e-petition to the House and on her excellent speech. I agree with everything she said. We should begin by looking at the big-picture issues that the carer’s allowance helps us to address—currently very inadequately. The first is the issue of social justice. Carers often work long hours in very difficult, trying...

Iran-Israel Update (15 Ebr 2024)

Edward Davey: Mr Speaker, I send you and your family our deepest condolences on the loss of your father, and associate myself and my colleagues with the comments of others about the appalling murders in Sydney and the death of the aid workers in Gaza. I thank the Prime Minister for his statement. The Liberal Democrats join him in condemning Iran’s attack on Israel: this is an alarming escalation in a...

Child Trust Funds (19 Maw 2024)

Edward Davey: Before the Minister talks about reforms that have been made, can I bring him back to the point of principle that he outlined at the beginning of his remarks? I do not think anyone disagrees that there is an important principle, but there is equally a principle of proportionality that I mentioned in my speech. Can the Minister address that point? Where does proportionality arise in his...

Child Trust Funds (19 Maw 2024)

Edward Davey: I am grateful to the Minister for that answer. It was direct and to the point, and he has given way again, which is generous. When we look at the risk, we have evidence from the industry, which has looked at the case and many firms and funders have said that they are prepared to take on the risk themselves. Even though the Government are behind it, because the risk and the amount of money are...

Child Trust Funds (19 Maw 2024)

Edward Davey: The hon. Gentleman has made a powerful speech, and I thank him for his kind comments. We all hope that the Minister will take the opportunity to tell us that the Government will look at the issue again and will make changes, but does the hon. Gentleman agree that if this Government fail to make changes, at the next election and in the next Parliament, it is vital that his party, working with...

Child Trust Funds (19 Maw 2024)

Edward Davey: I pay tribute to the right hon. Member for Horsham (Sir Jeremy Quin) for securing this debate. I agree with everything he said. I hope there can be cross-party agreement today that we need to move forward at long last. I also pay tribute to Andrew Turner and his family—particularly his son, Mikey—for the work they have done, but I am sure Mr Turner will agree that others have played a...

Child Trust Funds (19 Maw 2024)

Edward Davey: I strongly agree with the right hon. Gentleman. He might be interested to know that, while I am not an expert, I am told that principle 5 of the 2005 Act talks about the least restrictive option to achieve the best interests of the vulnerable adult. Can the MCA apply itself to itself, please? I wonder whether there is another reason why the Ministry of Justice is sticking to the principle...

Duty Solicitor Scheme: Children’s Cancer Care: South-East (13 Maw 2024)

Edward Davey: I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Twickenham (Munira Wilson) on securing the debate. I should declare an interest of sorts, because my disabled son, John, has been treated at both these hospitals. A few years ago, he had a very successful operation at St George’s, and for most of the last two years he has been attending a weekly clinic at the Evelina. My wife and I are grateful...

Prime Minister: Engagements (13 Maw 2024)

Edward Davey: The future of children’s cancer services in my constituency, and across south-west London, Surrey, Sussex and beyond, will be decided by NHS England tomorrow. The existing service is world leading and has saved the lives of countless children. Many of us who have engaged with the consultation process feel that the wrong decision is about to be made, ignoring risks to children’s cancer...

Income Tax (Charge) ( 6 Maw 2024)

Edward Davey: What we heard from the Chancellor was a Budget that reeks of desperation and deceit from a Government who know that they have lost the trust of the British people. It is a bottom-of-the-barrel Budget, with nothing to make families truly better off after the catastrophic fall in living standards under the Conservatives, and no plan for long-term economic growth, no real extra support for the...

Income Tax (Charge) ( 6 Maw 2024)

Edward Davey: First, I say quite gently to the right hon. Gentleman that the spending plans proposed by the Labour party going into the 2010 election were worse than what actually happened. Moreover, when in government, we fought the Conservatives on maintaining education spending, which we did maintain. They then cut it after 2015. Let us look now at the economy. Perhaps the most out-of-touch claim by the...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Cancer: Research (27 Chw 2024)

Edward Davey: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, how much funding her Department has provided for research into (a) prevention and (b) the treatment of cancer in each of the last 12 years.

Prime Minister: Engagements (31 Ion 2024)

Edward Davey: Mr Speaker—[Interruption.]

Prime Minister: Engagements (31 Ion 2024)

Edward Davey: My constituent Millie, a wheelchair user, had a serious accident at a sporting event. Millie was left waiting on the floor in pain for over two hours before an ambulance arrived. During her months in hospital since then, she has been dropped, badly, multiple times; left stuck in her bed for days on end; and even told to soil herself when there is no one to take her to the toilet. Before all...

Miscellaneous (23 Ion 2024)

Edward Davey: Will the hon. Member give way?

Miscellaneous (23 Ion 2024)

Edward Davey: I am grateful to the hon. Lady for giving way. It is important that she has brought this critical issue to the House. Many groups of young children, as we have heard, are not in school for many reasons. One group that is particularly close to my heart is young carers. I am sure that she will know from all the evidence and analysis that, on average, young carers miss 27 days of school a year....

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