Canlyniadau 121–140 o 1978 ar gyfer speaker:Glenda Jackson

Opposition Day — [Un-allotted Day]: Living Standards (30 Tach 2011)

Glenda Jackson: I find it absolutely incomprehensible that the Secretary of State is able to discard the real pain that is now being suffered by children because of his Government’s bizarre choices based on the argument that they are going to become adults and will then have to pay further down the line. Is he really equating the possibility of a child losing its home, its school, its friends, its family,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: UK Border Force ( 7 Tach 2011)

Glenda Jackson: Was there a specific incident that caused Mr Vine to raise his concerns only last week with Mr Whiteman, or did he have concerns during the previous four months? Did he raise them with anyone? Did such individuals raise those issues with the Home Secretary or anyone in her office?

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: G20 ( 7 Tach 2011)

Glenda Jackson: Is it really in the best long-term interests of this country for the Government consistently to present the United Kingdom as the neighbour from hell with regard to the European Union—not least with regard to the Tobin tax? The issues on which the European Union wishes to spend money are the issues on which the Prime Minister’s constituents and mine, and citizens around the world, wish to...

Devolved Administrations (Armed Forces Covenant Reports): New Clause 4 — Status of Director and Lord Chancellor ( 2 Tach 2011)

Glenda Jackson: In our constituencies we all have equivalents of the organisation Christians Against Poverty, to which the right hon. Gentleman refers, and there is no question but that they do marvellous work, but the kind of cuts that the Government are talking about will impact either directly or indirectly and, most certainly, on the citizens advice bureaux in my constituency. The real...

Devolved Administrations (Armed Forces Covenant Reports): New Clause 4 — Status of Director and Lord Chancellor ( 2 Tach 2011)

Glenda Jackson: I am sure that in my right hon. Friend’s constituency, as in mine, there is also the increasing problem of absentee landlords in the private sector who hand over the management of their properties to a managing agent, when often there is no management at all. It is virtually impossible for the individual who is suffering to try to pin down those people’s legal responsibilities without...

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Gangs and Youth Violence ( 1 Tach 2011)

Glenda Jackson: My constituency is served by two boroughs: Brent and Camden. In both, the funding for the safer communities and youth offending teams has been slashed. In Brent, it has been slashed by almost 18%, and in Camden by more than 27%. I agree with the Home Secretary that we can tackle gangs only through a multi-agency approach, but every other agency to which she referred in her statement is...

Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill: Schedule 1 — Civil legal services (31 Hyd 2011)

Glenda Jackson: In the hon. Gentleman’s argument—and, more centrally, in the Government’s argument—no consideration is given to the possible consequence that what I regard as a crime may lose that classification of criminality, depending on whether the sufferer is or is not granted legal aid. Surely that is a very dangerous road for us to go down.

Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill: Schedule 1 — Civil legal services (31 Hyd 2011)

Glenda Jackson: With all due respect, I am having difficulty following the logic of the hon. Gentleman’s argument. He seems to be basing it on the belief that the Government’s desire to find fact is central and essential, yet he has already stated that many women who suffer severe domestic violence are in such a mentally discombobulated state that they find it impossible to speak to the authorities. We...

Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill: Schedule 1 — Civil legal services (31 Hyd 2011)

Glenda Jackson: There is another element in the situation to which the hon. Lady refers. Indeed, I have more than one constituency case where the individual being abused comes, as members of their family have told me, from a culture where such attacks are never reported to the police and these women are expected to suffer in silence. In many instances, these are elderly women.

Concessionary Bus Travel (Amendment): Clause 32 — Commencement (18 Hyd 2011)

Glenda Jackson: Regrettably, I was not here for the opening remarks of my hon. Friend the Member for Edinburgh East (Sheila Gilmore), but we are clearly of one mind. I share with her the total refusal to accept the Government’s interpretation of the situation in which we find ourselves. The Secretary of State made a passionate plea that the debt should not lay a burden on our children and grandchildren,...

Concessionary Bus Travel (Amendment): Clause 32 — Commencement (18 Hyd 2011)

Glenda Jackson: I trust that the hon. Lady would allow me to use my own adjectives—“measly” is not a word that would immediately spring to my mind to describe £1.1 billion. The fact is that the six-month “pause”, which might be a better word to use as far as the hon. Lady’s view of the economy is concerned, will apparently save the nation £1.1 billion. That saving will not come in until next...

Concessionary Bus Travel (Amendment): Clause 32 — Commencement (18 Hyd 2011)

Glenda Jackson: The hon. Lady is plucking fantasies out of the air—fantasies that the Government have been running for months. The money is certainly not paying to ensure that every child in my constituency has a school place, or that every elderly person in my constituency has secure meals on wheels, or that day centres for the elderly remain open. The Government have done nothing to encourage young...

Concessionary Bus Travel (Amendment): Clause 32 — Commencement (18 Hyd 2011)

Glenda Jackson: Perhaps the Secretary of State would like to hear what some of the women in my constituency think about the Government’s changes regarding their pension age. Their view is that the Government have made this very small change—it is a very small movement—which has nothing whatever to do with a concern for those women in their old age, because they are losing the women’s vote––and my...

Concessionary Bus Travel (Amendment): New Clause 2 — Qualifying schemes: administration charges (18 Hyd 2011)

Glenda Jackson: I rise to speak in support of the new clause of the hon. Member for West Worcestershire (Harriett Baldwin). I also strongly endorse everything my hon. Friend the Member for Erith and Thamesmead (Teresa Pearce) has just said. I, too, strongly support auto-enrolment. It offers a genuine breakthrough in attracting those people who presume that saving has nothing to offer them, which is not...

Concessionary Bus Travel (Amendment): New Clause 2 — Qualifying schemes: administration charges (18 Hyd 2011)

Glenda Jackson: The Minister has referred to the transparency of the current charges in the pensions industry, yet in his evidence to the Work and Pensions Committee, the gentleman who advised the Government on the matter—I regret that I have forgotten his name—made the point, which I am sure everybody in the House would endorse, that existing pensions provision is extremely cloudy. It is extremely...

Concessionary Bus Travel (Amendment): New Clause 2 — Qualifying schemes: administration charges (18 Hyd 2011)

Glenda Jackson: I am extremely grateful that the Minister welcomes new clause 1, but with all due respect, he spoke earlier of pensions being not bought, but sold. He is now talking about the buyer being in the driving seat, but as we know full well, and as we see in the papers every day in relation to energy prices, people do not seem to have the capacity to shop around in their best interests. I do not...


<< < 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 > >>

Creu hysbysiad

Chwilio uwch

Dod o hyd i'r union air neu ymadrodd hwn

Gallwch hefyd wneud hyn o'r prif flwch chwilio drwy roi’r union eiriau mewn dyfyniadau: megis "seiclo" neu "adroddiad Hutton"

Rydyn ni'n dangos geiriau sy'n gysylltiedig â'ch term chwilio, megis “beic” a “beicio” wrth chwilio am seiclo yn ddiofyn. Er mwyn atal hyn, rhowch y gair mewn dyfyniadau, fel "seiclo"

Heb gynnwys y geiriau hyn

Gallwch hefyd wneud hyn o'r prif flwch chwilio trwy roi arwydd minws cyn geiriau nad ydych eisiau: fel hela -llwynog

Rydym hefyd yn cefnogi nifer o addasiadau chwilio Booleaidd, megis AND a NEAR, ar gyfer chwilio manwl.

Ystod o ddyddiadau

i

Gallwch roi dyddiad dechrau, dyddiad gorffen, neu'r ddau er mwyn cyfyngu canlyniadau i ystod o ddyddiadau penodol. Mae dyddiad gorffen coll yn awgrymu'r dyddiad presennol, ac mae dyddiad cychwyn coll yn awgrymu'r dyddiad hynaf sydd gennym yn y system. Gellir nodi'r dyddiadau ar unrhyw fformat y dymunwch, e.e. 3ydd Mawrth 2007 neu 17/10/1989

Person

Rhowch enw fan hyn i gyfyngu canlyniadau i gyfraniadau gan y person hwnnw yn unig.

Adran

Cyfyngu canlyniadau i senedd neu gynulliad penodol yr ydym yn cynnwys (e.e. Senedd yr Alban), neu fath arbennig o ddata o fewn sefydliad, megis Atebion Ysgrifenedig Tŷ'r Cyffredin.

Colofn

Pe baech yn gwybod y rhif colofn Hansard cywir o'r wybodaeth y mae gennych ddiddordeb ynddo (efallai eich bod yn edrych ar gyfeiriad papur), gallwch gyfyngu canlyniadau i hynny ; Gallwch hefyd ddefnyddio column:123 yn y prif flwch chwilio.