Canlyniadau 1–20 o 5327 ar gyfer speaker:Iain Duncan Smith

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 86 - Creating purported sexual image of adult (15 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: I assume that my hon. Friend meant that she will accept the amendment when I move it.

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 86 - Creating purported sexual image of adult (15 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: I assume that my hon. Friend meant that she will accept the amendment when I move it.

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 86 - Creating purported sexual image of adult (15 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: I could not agree more. That is why I was insistent that the Government are clear in the guidance that coercion and other acts negate the idea that, superficially, the individual is declared to have given their permission. That needs to be investigated more deeply by the police before they say, “It’s all right, they gave their say so, it is fine.” It is not fine. That vulnerability...

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 86 - Creating purported sexual image of adult (15 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: I will, but very briefly, in view of your strictures, Madam Deputy Speaker.

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 86 - Creating purported sexual image of adult (15 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: I hope my hon. Friend will forgive me if I do not go down that road at this particular point, because I am dealing with a very focused new clause, but I think that, as a minimum, we need to bring matters back into balance and allow ordinary pedestrians and others to recognise that there is a problem that needs to be rectified. I hope the Government will do that. There has been an explosion in...

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 86 - Creating purported sexual image of adult (15 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: I could not agree more. That is why I was insistent that the Government are clear in the guidance that coercion and other acts negate the idea that, superficially, the individual is declared to have given their permission. That needs to be investigated more deeply by the police before they say, “It’s all right, they gave their say so, it is fine.” It is not fine. That vulnerability...

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 86 - Creating purported sexual image of adult (15 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: I will, but very briefly, in view of your strictures, Madam Deputy Speaker.

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 86 - Creating purported sexual image of adult (15 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: I hope my hon. Friend will forgive me if I do not go down that road at this particular point, because I am dealing with a very focused new clause, but I think that, as a minimum, we need to bring matters back into balance and allow ordinary pedestrians and others to recognise that there is a problem that needs to be rectified. I hope the Government will do that. There has been an explosion in...

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 86 - Creating purported sexual image of adult (15 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: The hon. Lady is making an important point. All of this comes back to how we view vulnerability, because it displays itself in very different ways. In almost all these cases, there is some base vulnerability, and a drug addict or a person who has been accused of various things realises that, on balance, they had better do what they are told or coerced into. That is the real point, is it not?

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 86 - Creating purported sexual image of adult (15 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: I rise to speak in favour of new clause 57 and what was new clause 7 which has been copied by the Government in new clauses 94 and 95 on cuckooing. Having discussed the matter, I very much welcome the fact that the Government have essentially adopted my original new clause. Some modifications have taken place, and I agree with all of those. It is critical that cuckooing is an offence in...

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 86 - Creating purported sexual image of adult (15 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: The hon. Lady is making an important point. All of this comes back to how we view vulnerability, because it displays itself in very different ways. In almost all these cases, there is some base vulnerability, and a drug addict or a person who has been accused of various things realises that, on balance, they had better do what they are told or coerced into. That is the real point, is it not?

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 86 - Creating purported sexual image of adult (15 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: I rise to speak in favour of new clause 57 and what was new clause 7 which has been copied by the Government in new clauses 94 and 95 on cuckooing. Having discussed the matter, I very much welcome the fact that the Government have essentially adopted my original new clause. Some modifications have taken place, and I agree with all of those. It is critical that cuckooing is an offence in...

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 86 - Creating purported sexual image of adult (15 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: I am grateful for that. The key bit about cuckooing is that the police have never been able to arrest somebody because they have taken over a house; they have to prove that there are criminal activities inside. This new offence will therefore break new ground and protect people. There is an important point about coercion. Will the Minister guarantee that in the guidance notes attached to the...

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 86 - Creating purported sexual image of adult (15 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: I am grateful for that. The key bit about cuckooing is that the police have never been able to arrest somebody because they have taken over a house; they have to prove that there are criminal activities inside. This new offence will therefore break new ground and protect people. There is an important point about coercion. Will the Minister guarantee that in the guidance notes attached to the...

Countering Iran’s Hostile Activities — [Gordon Henderson in the Chair] ( 8 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: I apologise for interrupting my hon. Friend in her flow, but I want to check something. As I understand it, Iran is not specified as a threat in the integrated review; I think it is described as a “persistent destabilising” influence in the middle east. Does she agree with that?

Countering Iran’s Hostile Activities — [Gordon Henderson in the Chair] ( 8 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: It is always a privilege to speak with you in the Chair, Mr Henderson. I start by congratulating the right hon. Member for Barking (Dame Margaret Hodge) —my right hon. Friend, in this particular case—on her powerful and important speech. Today is about trying to recognise that there is a moment when attempts to be reasonable and engage in a normal, diplomatic and democratic way finally...

Countering Iran’s Hostile Activities — [Gordon Henderson in the Chair] ( 8 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: I agree with the hon. Gentleman about that, but I have to tell him that this is going on all the time. All the points he made are correct, but the reality is that the oil is still going there, and I do not see any action at all being taken by the western powers to stop it. Perhaps they are fearful of upsetting China, but that is another issue altogether, by which I will not be sidetracked;...

Countering Iran’s Hostile Activities — [Gordon Henderson in the Chair] ( 8 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: The right hon. Lady is making an excellent speech to which I am listening carefully. I would press slightly on one other issue. It is quite clear, through links that I will set out later, that the Hamas attacks were organised by the IRGC. That came at a time when Russia had been under pressure in Ukraine. Iran has links to the Russians and this has taken the pressure off them, as most of the...

Defence Personnel Data Breach ( 7 Mai 2024)

Iain Duncan Smith: I welcome my right hon. Friend to the Dispatch Box. We know now that the British Government were warned by the American security services nearly two years ago that the Electoral Commission’s system had been hacked and that a number of MPs had been hacked. In the two-year period since, the Government have said nothing about China’s role—it was China, and they were warned at the time. In...


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