Canlyniadau 61–80 o 9870 ar gyfer speaker:Cathy Jamieson

Living Wage (Reporting): Clause 21 — Provision consequential on Part 2 ( 3 Chw 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: I, too, thank everyone who has worked on this important Bill, including the Law Commission and the Scottish Law Commission. It has been interesting to follow the special procedure. There is no doubt that the Bill was rigorously scrutinised in the other place, and a number of amendments were tabled. That perhaps makes our task in Committee and on Third Reading somewhat easier, and will help to...

Living Wage (Reporting): Clause 21 — Provision consequential on Part 2 ( 3 Chw 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: As the Minister has said, clause 21 makes provisions consequential on part 2 and amends or repeals various sections of the Marine Insurance Act 1906, the Road Traffic Act 1988 and the Road Traffic (Northern Ireland) Order 1981, as well as the Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Act 2012. She has also confirmed that clause 22 ensures that those provisions relating to fair...

Living Wage (Reporting): Clause 9 — Warranties and representations ( 3 Chw 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: Again, it has been helpful to hear the Minister’s comments. We have no difficulty with these clauses. On clause 9, under the current law, an insurer may add a declaration to a non- consumer insurance proposal form or policy, stating that the insured warrants the accuracy of all the answers given or that such answers form the “basis of the contract”. That has the legal effect of...

Living Wage (Reporting): Clause 12 — Remedies for fraudulent claims ( 3 Chw 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: The Minister has again clearly outlined what the clauses do. As she said, clause 12 sets out the insurer’s remedies where the insured makes a fraudulent claim. It puts the common law rule of forfeiture on a statutory footing. Where the insured commits a fraud against the insurer, the insurer is not liable to pay the insurance claim to which the fraud relates. Where the insurer has already...

Living Wage (Reporting): Clause 14 — Good Faith ( 3 Chw 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: Under the Marine Insurance Act 1906, insurance contracts are ones of “utmost good faith”. Clause 14 removes avoidance of the contract as a remedy for breach of that duty of good faith, both from the 1906 Act and at common law. The intention of clause 14 is that good faith will remain an interpretative principle, with section 17 of the 1906 Act and the common law continuing to provide that...

Living Wage (Reporting): Clause 19 — Power to change meaning of “relevant person” for purposes of 2010 Act ( 3 Chw 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: In the Second Reading Committee, I welcomed the fact that part 6 gives mesothelioma sufferers the opportunity to be dealt with in a timely fashion and to receive the justice they deserve. It is a terrible condition that many people have suffered as a work-related illness. We should do everything possible to support them. Clause 19 inserts a new section into the 2010 Act. It enables the...

Living Wage (Reporting): Clause 1 — Insurance contracts: main definitions ( 3 Chw 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: As the Minister has outlined, this is a non-controversial Bill overall, and we did indeed debate and discuss it last week. I have no issue with clause 1 and think that it is important to get on to the other areas of the Bill on which the Minister might wish to answer some questions. Question put and agreed to. Clause 1 accordingly ordered to stand part of the Bill.

Living Wage (Reporting): Clause 2 — Application and interpretation ( 3 Chw 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: There is nothing particularly controversial in clause 2, or indeed in clauses 3 to 8 and schedule 1. As the Minister said, the clause provides that the duty of fair presentation, which is set out in the remainder of the part, applies in the event of a variation to a non-consumer insurance contract as well as upon the initial agreement or the contract. Clause 3 introduces a requirement on the...

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Pensions: Advisory Services ( 3 Chw 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many trained staff delivering (a) face-to-face and (b) telephone guidance through the Government's Pension Wise scheme will be based in (i) England, (ii) Wales and (iii) Scotland.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Pensions: Advisory Services ( 3 Chw 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many Citizens Advice Scotland offices in Scotland will deliver pension guidance through the Government's Pension Wise scheme.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Scotland ( 2 Chw 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what assessment she has made of the effect on asylum seekers in Scotland of the recent changes to rules which provide that evidence related to asylum claims must be submitted in Liverpool.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Liverpool ( 2 Chw 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what representations she has received about the rule change which means that asylum seekers must submit claims in Liverpool.

Human Rights in Mexico (28 Ion 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: That information is helpful and welcome, but does the Minister agree that simply making those structural changes will not necessarily have the required effect, unless those new police forces have a different culture and different training? Does he have any information on who will assist in trying to make that happen?

Human Rights in Mexico (28 Ion 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: Before the Division, I was speaking about the situation of Miriam Lopez and the treatment she received. When she was eventually released without charge, she was brave enough to file a formal complaint, but four years have passed and none of her torturers has been brought to justice. Sadly, her ordeal is not unique. Between 2003 and 2013, there was a 600% rise in the number of torture cases...

Human Rights in Mexico (28 Ion 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: The hon. Gentleman makes an important point. In very recent developments within the past day or so, the parents of the students have refused to accept a claim from Mexico’s Attorney-General that the students are dead and have demanded that the search continue. Amnesty believes that the Attorney-General of Mexico has failed properly to investigate allegations of complicity by the armed...

Human Rights in Mexico (28 Ion 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: I am pleased to have secured the debate, which allows me to raise the issue of human rights in Mexico. I begin by saying that I do not claim any particular expertise in the matter—certainly not as much as my hon. Friend the Member for Islington North (Jeremy Corbyn), who chairs the all-party group for Mexico and will speak briefly later. I am also grateful to my constituent, James Graham,...

SportsDirect (USC Dundonald) (27 Ion 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: Will the Minister say something about the position of those who are on zero-hours contracts and the particular difficulties that they will face?

SportsDirect (USC Dundonald) (27 Ion 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: I thank my hon. Friend for securing the debate; people in my constituency are, as he mentioned, also affected. Does he agree that it is particularly disgraceful that everything he described was happening over Christmas and the new year, when it was almost impossible for employees to get the advice and support they needed, which they might have been able to get in other circumstances?

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Oil Prices (27 Ion 2015)

Cathy Jamieson: Industry and economic experts say that thousands of jobs in the North sea oil sector are at risk, yet both the UK and the Scottish Governments seem to be passing the buck, rather than taking the urgent action that is needed. Will the Chancellor give a commitment to bring forward tax measures immediately to support the industry, as we have called for, rather than delaying for another seven...


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