Canlyniadau 1–20 o 469 ar gyfer speaker:Mhairi Black

Prime Minister: Engagements (24 Ebr 2024)

Mhairi Black: I join in wishing the Jewish community a happy Passover and sending my condolences to the family and loved ones of Frank Field. Two years ago, when mass graves were discovered in Ukraine, this House united in condemnation and rightly treated those graves as evidence of war crimes, which Russia must be made to answer for. Yesterday, Palestinian officials uncovered two mass graves outside the...

Prime Minister: Engagements (24 Ebr 2024)

Mhairi Black: Three hundred bodies, including of the elderly and the injured, some of which had been stripped naked and mutilated, with their hands tied behind their backs. The UK’s own arms policy states that if there is even a risk that war crimes may be taking place, that is reason enough to halt the sale of arms. Given all that we know, why is the Prime Minister yet to do so?

Iran-Israel Update (15 Ebr 2024)

Mhairi Black: I echo the Prime Minister in passing on our thoughts not only to you, Mr Speaker, but to the families of the aid workers who have been killed in Gaza. I condemn the acts of violence by the Iranian regime. They are no more than a cynical attempt to exploit the suffering, pain and turmoil being experienced by people in Palestine right now. While we rightly condemn the violent acts of Iran, so...

Asylum and Migration (14 Maw 2024)

Mhairi Black: Is it not also concerning that the Government’s travel advice for Rwanda states that they cannot guarantee the safety of LGBT people?

Ceasefire in Gaza (21 Chw 2024)

Mhairi Black: I want begin with something that Frankie Boyle said. He pointed out that it makes no sense to say that the situation in Gaza is too complex for a ceasefire, because ceasefire is one of the oldest and simplest terms to understand. It means stop firing. In fact, it is so simple that it is designed to be heard and understood in the middle of a literal battle. So there is no middle ground when it...

Ceasefire in Gaza (21 Chw 2024)

Mhairi Black: The shadow Minister has talked about how the SNP’s motion does not contain any plan for a long-lasting peace after an immediate ceasefire. I therefore want to know why the Labour motion includes a caveat that notes that “Israel cannot be expected to cease fighting if Hamas continues with violence”. Hamas is not the people of Palestine, so why is that line in the Labour amendment?

Prime Minister: Engagements (25 Hyd 2023)

Mhairi Black: Yesterday, the UN warned that hospitals in Gaza had just 48 hours of fuel left to keep their electricity going. That was 28 hours ago; the electricity runs out tonight. We have a human responsibility to all the people in Gaza, but we have a particular responsibility for UK citizens, some of whom are in those hospitals, with no food, no water, no medicine and no way out. How much worse does...

Prime Minister: Engagements (25 Hyd 2023)

Mhairi Black: The growing calls for a ceasefire are also about calming the situation in the broader region, especially the west bank. UNICEF has reported over 2,000 fatalities and over 5,000 injured children since the conflict began, due to unrelenting attacks. If we ignore that, we risk pouring petrol on a fire in a place that only requires a spark to ignite. Can the Prime Minister understand that joining...

Prime Minister: Engagements (12 Gor 2023)

Mhairi Black: Last month, the Deputy Prime Minister dismissed warnings from the SNP Benches that mortgage rates were nearly back to where they were after the disastrous mini-Budget. This week, mortgage rates have surpassed those levels. How high do they need to go before he and his Government take this seriously?

Prime Minister: Engagements (12 Gor 2023)

Mhairi Black: The Bank of England predicts that mortgage payments will rise by at least £500 for a million households. The Prime Minister says that people need to “hold their nerve”; the Chancellor said just last night that mortgage holders should just “shop around”. Speaking of his own party, the hon. Member for South West Devon (Sir Gary Streeter) said: “If the circus doesn’t stop by...

Prime Minister: Engagements ( 5 Gor 2023)

Mhairi Black: I begin by thanking all the staff in our health services across these isles. As we celebrate the 75th anniversary of the health services in the UK, I want to reflect on two quotes from two people. The first is: “it’s about using the private sector more…something that we, actually, should be very comfortable with.” The second is: “A number of people do go as NHS patients to the...

Prime Minister: Engagements ( 5 Gor 2023)

Mhairi Black: indicated dissent.

Prime Minister: Engagements ( 5 Gor 2023)

Mhairi Black: I thank the Deputy Prime Minister for his kind words. We did join this place at the same time; I am pretty sure we will be leaving at the same time, too. [Laughter.] The No. 1 problem that faces the health service across these isles is workforce, and research shows that Brexit has worsened the UK’s shortage of doctors. European nurses registering to work in the UK fell by 90% after the...

Cost of Living Committee (14 Meh 2023)

Mhairi Black: Does my hon. Friend agree that it is shocking, and an indictment of this Minister, that for the first time we have a generation who do not believe that they will be better off than their parents and the generation before them, regardless of who is in charge?

Cost of Living Committee (14 Meh 2023)

Mhairi Black: Does my hon. Friend agree that it is also an absolute scandal that during a cost of living crisis, when we are seeing prices such as those she described, we have produce going to waste in Scotland because we do not have enough people to actually pick the fruit and veg?

Prime Minister: Engagements ( 7 Meh 2023)

Mhairi Black: When the Prime Minister took office, he said that he would put economic stability and confidence at the heart of the Government. Today, UK interest rates are among the highest in the G20, and mortgage rates are rising back to nearly where they were after the former Prime Minister crashed the economy. Is it not the case that the Government’s biggest achievement is that they are trashing the...

Prime Minister: Engagements ( 7 Meh 2023)

Mhairi Black: I do not know what question the Deputy Prime Minister was answering, but let me try another one. This Government plan to cut taxes for the richest and spend £6 billion imprisoning people fleeing war and persecution, and have lost £21 billion to Government fraud throughout this pandemic. Is the view from the Prime Minister’s luxury helicopter so skewed that during a cost of living crisis,...

Prime Minister: Engagements (17 Mai 2023)

Mhairi Black: In 2016, the Deputy Prime Minister told his constituents in a blog that it was his duty to furnish them “with all the facts that are available” with regards to Brexit. Today, Brexit Britain faces higher food prices, a lack of workers, a shrinking economy and a decline in living standards. Why is he happy to ignore those facts?

Prime Minister: Engagements (17 Mai 2023)

Mhairi Black: The only thing more deluded than that defence of Brexit is the Labour party’s supporting of it. Just today, the world’s fourth largest car manufacturer said that Brexit was a “threat to our export business and the sustainability of our UK manufacturing operations”. Even Nigel Farage can admit that Brexit has failed, so why can’t the Deputy Prime Minister?

Public Order Act 2023 (16 Mai 2023)

Mhairi Black: I want to check that I heard the Minister correctly a few minutes ago when he talked about people walking slowly down streets being covered by this Act. This building is filled with long and narrow corridors, so if I am stuck behind somebody should I phone the police?

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