Canlyniadau 161–180 o 11925 ar gyfer speaker:Yvette Cooper

Illegal Migration Bill (13 Maw 2023)

Yvette Cooper: I do recognise that there are Members on the Government Benches who are deeply troubled by many of the measures in this Bill. I recognise that, and I think that reflects quite how far the Conservative party has fallen, and I am sorry that that has happened. This is an area where we should be able to build consensus, not division. In past eras, there has been consensus, for example on support...

Illegal Migration Bill (13 Maw 2023)

Yvette Cooper: The former Home Secretary, the right hon. Member for Witham (Priti Patel), said: “Anyone who arrives illegally will be deemed inadmissible and either returned to the country they arrived from or a safe third country.” As a result, 18,000 people were considered inadmissible to the UK asylum system and just 21 people were returned. That is just 0.1%. What has changed with this Bill, and...

Illegal Migration Bill (13 Maw 2023)

Yvette Cooper: The Home Secretary has just admitted that Rwanda does not have thousands of places. She will know that the Rwandan Government have talked about taking a few hundred people and that the Rwanda High Court agreement says that cases need to be individualised, yet she is expecting to find locations for tens of thousands of people expected to arrive this year. She has no returns agreement with...

Illegal Migration Bill ( 7 Maw 2023)

Yvette Cooper: A record 45,000 people crossed the channel on dangerous small boats last year, up from just 280 four years ago. In that short time, the Government have allowed criminal gangs to take hold along the channel and along our border. At the same time, convictions of people smugglers have halved; Home Office asylum decisions have collapsed, down 40%; the backlog and costly, inappropriate hotel use...

Manchester Arena Inquiry: Volume 3 Report ( 6 Maw 2023)

Yvette Cooper: On 22 May 2017, thousands of people, including children and their parents, went to watch a pop concert. Instead, they were faced with the most unimaginable horror, and 22 people lost their lives, including children, the youngest being just eight years old. Hundreds more were injured. Those families have endured the unimaginable. All our thoughts are with them today, and with the people of...

Knowsley Incident (20 Chw 2023)

Yvette Cooper: The scenes outside the Suites Hotel in Knowsley 10 days ago—violence, intimidation and a police van smashed up and set on fire—were appalling and shameful, and all of us should support Merseyside police in its response to keep people safe. It comes just a few months after the appalling terrorist attack at Dover, when someone who had been engaging with far-right and extremist groups online...

Written Answers — Home Office: National Crime Agency: Immigration (15 Chw 2023)

Yvette Cooper: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, with reference to Statement by the Prime on Illegal Immigration of 13tDecember 202, Official Report column 885, what the total budget of the National Crime Agency for organised immigration crime was in (a) November 2022 and (b) January 2023.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Albania ( 9 Chw 2023)

Yvette Cooper: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many asylum claims by Albanian nationals have been decided since 13 December 2022.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Albania ( 9 Chw 2023)

Yvette Cooper: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many returns there have been since 13 December 2022 arising from unsuccessful asylum claims made by Albanian nationals.

Prevent: Independent Review ( 8 Chw 2023)

Yvette Cooper: I thank the Home Secretary for advance sight of her statement. May I also say how much all of us welcome and pay tribute to the words of President Zelensky, who spoke in Westminster Hall earlier? This is a moment to pay tribute to the work of the security and intelligence services, the counter-terror police and all those who work on preventing and countering extremism and terror threats. The...

Home Department: Topical Questions ( 6 Chw 2023)

Yvette Cooper: The whole House’s thoughts will be with Turkey and Syria after the terrible earthquake. Sentencing is under way today for David Carrick’s truly appalling crimes. It is shocking that he was able to serve as an officer for so long, and we think of his victims. After Sarah Everard’s murder, Ministers said “Never again”, but barely anything changed. Can the Home Secretary confirm that,...

Home Department: Topical Questions ( 6 Chw 2023)

Yvette Cooper: But nothing has changed in two years. Everything the Home Secretary has said is too little and too late, and far, far too weak. I have been contacted by a woman whose police officer partner was actually charged by his force with domestic abuse, but he still was not suspended and he is still a serving officer. This kind of thing is too unfair on victims and on police officers working hard....

Hillsborough Families Report: National Police Response ( 1 Chw 2023)

Yvette Cooper: I thank my hon. Friend the Member for Liverpool, West Derby (Ian Byrne), and all the other Merseyside MPs, for pursuing this matter, and I thank my hon. Friend for securing this urgent question. Ninety-seven people lost their lives as a result of what happened at Hillsborough on that terrible day 34 years ago. We remember the football fans who never came home, and we must also never forget...

Crime and Neighbourhood Policing (31 Ion 2023)

Yvette Cooper: Can the Minister explain why there are 6,000 fewer neighbourhood police on our streets and 8,000 fewer PCSOs in neighbourhood teams? That is what communities can see, right across the country. That is why, compared with 13 years ago, twice as many people now say that they never see the police on patrol.

Crime and Neighbourhood Policing (31 Ion 2023)

Yvette Cooper: The Home Secretary is just sort of inventing things there. The police workforce statistics—her own workforce statistics—show that there are 6,000 fewer neighbourhood police officers, and 8,000 fewer PCSOs. Half the country say that they do not see police officers on patrol. How does she explain that shocking decimation of neighbourhood police?

Crime and Neighbourhood Policing (31 Ion 2023)

Yvette Cooper: On that point, in London, knife crime is down by 16% over the last four years, whereas on average over the rest of the country it has gone up. Will the Home Secretary withdraw the point she just made?

Crime and Neighbourhood Policing (31 Ion 2023)

Yvette Cooper: I thank the Home Secretary for giving way, but she has not answered the question that my hon. Friend the Member for Birmingham, Yardley (Jess Phillips) asked. We have been very clear: women are adult females, and when they are abused, and when they are raped, they are not getting justice. Hundreds of women every day are being denied justice and denied the protection of the courts because no...

Crime and Neighbourhood Policing (31 Ion 2023)

Yvette Cooper: I beg to move, That this House condemns the Government’s destruction of neighbourhood policing, noting a drop in the number of neighbourhood police officers by 6,000 and of Police Community Support Officers by 8,500; notes with concern the collapse in charges and prosecutions across all types of crime and an overall charge rate of just 5.5 per cent; is extremely concerned by the record...

Crime and Neighbourhood Policing (31 Ion 2023)

Yvette Cooper: I thank the Home Secretary and look forward to her response. She will know how important that is. I turn to neighbourhood policing. The number of people who say that they never see the police on patrol on the streets has almost doubled since the Conservatives took office, from around a quarter of the population to half. Half the country say that they never or hardly ever see a police officer...

Crime and Neighbourhood Policing (31 Ion 2023)

Yvette Cooper: Let me be very clear. I welcome the huge amount of work that police officers do every single day of the week to keep our communities safe—the police officers and police community support officers who are overstretched; and the detectives juggling huge caseloads, which they struggle to keep up with because of huge shortages of detectives, because there has been no workforce planning by the...


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