Canlyniadau 1–20 o 655 ar gyfer speaker:Lee Anderson

Mineworkers’ Pension Scheme (16 Mai 2024)

Lee Anderson: The Minister said that it was a fair deal at the time. I was working down the pit at the time. I assure him that nobody I worked with thought that it was a fair deal; we thought that it was forced upon the trustees. It was, “Take it or leave it.” It has proved not to have been a fair deal. As I said, when the last miner dies, billions of pounds will go to the Treasury. We have received a...

Mineworkers’ Pension Scheme (16 Mai 2024)

Lee Anderson: The Minister said that it was a fair deal at the time. I was working down the pit at the time. I assure him that nobody I worked with thought that it was a fair deal; we thought that it was forced upon the trustees. It was, “Take it or leave it.” It has proved not to have been a fair deal. As I said, when the last miner dies, billions of pounds will go to the Treasury. We have received a...

Mineworkers’ Pension Scheme (16 Mai 2024)

Lee Anderson: The hon. Gentleman makes some reasonable points. To be fair, the guarantee scheme has worked in that the Government have been able to take more risks with the pension fund and it has created a higher yield. The problem that I have faced as a Member of Parliament dealing with certain groups is that I cannot get the groups to agree on the best solution or the best way forward. That is...

Mineworkers’ Pension Scheme (16 Mai 2024)

Lee Anderson: The hon. Gentleman makes some reasonable points. To be fair, the guarantee scheme has worked in that the Government have been able to take more risks with the pension fund and it has created a higher yield. The problem that I have faced as a Member of Parliament dealing with certain groups is that I cannot get the groups to agree on the best solution or the best way forward. That is...

Mineworkers’ Pension Scheme (16 Mai 2024)

Lee Anderson: We have seen many injustices debated in this House. Just today, we have seen the injustice of the WASPI women. In recent weeks, we have spoken about the infected blood scandal and, more recently, the Post Office scandal. Tonight, we are going to debate another scandal: the mineworkers’ pension scheme scandal. Some 25% of the United Kingdom is on top of old coalmines, so I had hoped that 25%...

Mineworkers’ Pension Scheme (16 Mai 2024)

Lee Anderson: When I was deputy chairman of the Conservative party, and even before that, I spoke to the current Prime Minister, who was then Chancellor of the Exchequer, and, to be fair, he looked into the scheme and the surplus arrangement. One discussion at the time was that perhaps the whole pension scheme could be given back to the miners, with the Government not acting as a guarantor at all. I...

Mineworkers’ Pension Scheme (16 Mai 2024)

Lee Anderson: We have seen many injustices debated in this House. Just today, we have seen the injustice of the WASPI women. In recent weeks, we have spoken about the infected blood scandal and, more recently, the Post Office scandal. Tonight, we are going to debate another scandal: the mineworkers’ pension scheme scandal. Some 25% of the United Kingdom is on top of old coalmines, so I had hoped that 25%...

Mineworkers’ Pension Scheme (16 Mai 2024)

Lee Anderson: When I was deputy chairman of the Conservative party, and even before that, I spoke to the current Prime Minister, who was then Chancellor of the Exchequer, and, to be fair, he looked into the scheme and the surplus arrangement. One discussion at the time was that perhaps the whole pension scheme could be given back to the miners, with the Government not acting as a guarantor at all. I...

Northern Ireland: Union of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (24 Ebr 2024)

Lee Anderson: What steps he is taking with Cabinet colleagues to safeguard Northern Ireland’s place in the Union.

Northern Ireland: Union of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (24 Ebr 2024)

Lee Anderson: I voted for the Windsor framework because the Prime Minister said it removed the Irish sea border, yet £192 million is budgeted to be spent on installing border posts for the non-existent Irish border. Will the Secretary of State please advise the House on the number of checks on people and goods travelling through Great Britain and Northern Ireland? Have those checks increased or decreased...

Health and Social Care: Type 2 Diabetes: Medicine Shortages (23 Ebr 2024)

Lee Anderson: What steps she is taking to tackle medicine shortages for type 2 diabetes.

Health and Social Care: Type 2 Diabetes: Medicine Shortages (23 Ebr 2024)

Lee Anderson: We know that obesity in this country is costing the NHS about £20 billion a year, and it is a major contributory factor to type 2 diabetes, which is preventable in a lot of cases by having a healthy lifestyle. What more can we do encourage people to eat healthily and therefore save costs in the NHS?

Health and Social Care: Topical Questions (23 Ebr 2024)

Lee Anderson: I was disappointed to see the chair of my local hospital trust and the east midlands Labour mayoral candidate use my hospital as a political campaign prop by inviting the shadow Health and Social Care Secretary and the Leader of the Opposition to canvass patients and staff. Can the Minister please explain to me how we can rein in this type of gutter politics and prevent my local hospital...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Convictions: Foreign Nationals (22 Ebr 2024)

Lee Anderson: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, if he will make it his policy to publish statistics on the (a) nationality and (b) visa status of offenders convicted in England and Wales every 12 months.

Energy Security and Net Zero: Topical Questions (16 Ebr 2024)

Lee Anderson: Energy Security and Net Zero questions has once again proved to me how out of touch this place is with the rest of the country. The poorest 40% of UK households will be made much worse off by net zero policies, according to a report from York University. The poor in Ashfield will get poorer, and rich eco-fanatics like Dale Vince will get richer and pass on some of his millions to that lot in...

Prevention of Future Deaths Report: Terance Radford (20 Maw 2024)

Lee Anderson: Obviously, the family will be very disappointed with the outcome of the debate. I know that. Although I was encouraged by some of the things the Minister said about strengthening the framework—that is good news—we have governors who cannot carry out the most basic of tasks. Anybody in this room today would know that Mr Collins should not have been released on that day. Strengthening...

Prevention of Future Deaths Report: Terance Radford (20 Maw 2024)

Lee Anderson: I completely understand that the Minister would be breaking the law to tell us what sort of disciplinary measures were taken on the three governors. However, can the Minister confirm whether the three governors are still working in the Prison Service?

Prevention of Future Deaths Report: Terance Radford (20 Maw 2024)

Lee Anderson: I beg to move, That this House has considered lessons learned from the Terance Radford Prevention of Future Deaths Report. It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Dame Maria. Today, I want to tell the story of two men. One of them, Terance Radford, was born on 11 August 1931 and died on 19 April 2019, aged 87. Terance was an upstanding citizen, a gentleman who made an outstanding...

Prevention of Future Deaths Report: Terance Radford (20 Maw 2024)

Lee Anderson: Sorry—the MP there is the hon. Member for Mansfield (Ben Bradley). I apologise, Dame Maria. Terry was born in Mansfield Woodhouse and lived there all his life. He was proud of his village, and he cared deeply about his community. He went to the national school and had a traditional upbringing. His dad was a miner and his mum was a housewife who created a loving home for Terry and his three...


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