Canlyniadau 161–180 o 2300 ar gyfer lgbt

Written Answers — Attorney General: Hate Crime (22 Tach 2023)

Lord Stewart of Dirleton: ...Service (CPS) community newsletter published in June 2023 relates to a Pride month hate crime roundtable event. The roundtable was a local community engagement event held with members of the LGBT community affected by homophobic and transphobic hate crime. The quote represents reportage of discussion amongst external attendees at the event and was not intended to reflect organisational...

Business of the House (16 Tach 2023)

Penny Mordaunt: ...perhaps describe as “woke” this Government have a proud record, because we recognise that compassion and care for everyone in our society is very important. That is why we did the largest ever LGBT action plan, from which we wanted practical measures that would make a difference to people’s lives. Conservatism, to me, has always been about the practical impact that we have on...

Church Commissioners: Same-sex Relationships (16 Tach 2023)

Ben Bradshaw: ..., and I thank the hon. Member for the role he played in conveying Parliament’s views to Synod. It was very clear during the debate that there are a small number who will never, ever accept LGBT people as equals in their churches. As he knows, some parishes have stopped paying their diocesan share—effectively going on strike. Why should they continue to enjoy the benefits and privileges...

King’s Speech - Debate (6th Day) (15 Tach 2023)

the Earl of Minto: ...our people freedom to move around between public and private sector to enhance their skills. We have also begun the painful process of addressing the MoD’s past misdeeds. I know that for many LGBT veterans the publication of the Etherton review revived painful memories of the shameful ban. We have apologised for those historic wrongs so that LGBT veterans can once again take pride in...

Illegal Immigration (15 Tach 2023)

James Cleverly: ...That is a fallacy. I thank him for his kind words about my time as Foreign Secretary; he will know, since he clearly has a mole inside my old organisation, how passionately I pursued the rights of LGBT people around the world, including having some very difficult conversations where necessary. I absolutely want to make sure that those people are protected, but we should also recognise that...

Prime Minister: Engagements (15 Tach 2023)

Rishi Sunak: Actually, this Government and previous Governments have a proud record in championing LGBT rights. It was this Government who introduced same-sex marriage. We will continue to ensure that everyone in our society can live with tolerance and compassion, and have every opportunity available to them. That is what we have delivered, and that is what we will continue to deliver.

Written Answers — Women and Equalities: Conversion Therapy (14 Tach 2023)

Peter Gibson: To ask the Minister for Women and Equalities, when she plans to bring forward legislative proposals to tackle conversion practices affecting LGBT people.

Building an NHS Fit for the Future (13 Tach 2023)

Jeff Smith: .... I am pleased that we are finally getting a Bill to protect public service broadcasting, but I am disappointed that a ban on conversion therapy has not been introduced. That is a betrayal of LGBT people who have been promised it by countless Tories, including Ministers, for a long time, yet that broken promise puts people at risk. I will close by mentioning the future. We knew the Prime...

Making Britain a Clean Energy Superpower ( 9 Tach 2023)

Charlotte Nichols: ...their own party, they can be assured that Labour Members will help to ensure that a Bill passes on to the statute book, thus securing the protection of some of the most vulnerable members of the LGBT community. There was also nothing in the King’s Speech about a review leading to reform of personal independence payments, despite the fact that, 10 years since its introduction, the flaws...

Metropolitan Police: Operational Independence ( 9 Tach 2023)

Florence Eshalomi: ...the operational day-to-day decisions of the police. We have to call that out; the police have to be independent. I have lost count of the number of people our Home Secretary has demonised, be they LGBT people, homeless people or minorities. Why? Why is there so much hate spewing from her? The organisers of the march have said that it does not coincide with Remembrance Day. Will the...

Written Ministerial Statements — Cabinet Office: Supporting Our Veterans: A Consultation (26 Hyd 2023)

Johnny Mercer: ...has demonstrated its dedication to this goal. For example, Op FORTITUDE - a new referral pathway to tackle veteran homelessness - has been created; an independent review of the experience of LGBT veterans impacted by the pre-2000 ban on serving has concluded; and I am proud to say that we have delivered on our promise to deliver the HM Armed Forces Veteran Card by the end of 2023. If we...

Asylum Seekers: Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity - Question (25 Hyd 2023)

Lord Lexden: My Lords, is it not the case that many LGBT people seeking asylum do not have access to legal advice to help them prepare for interviews in which they must explain convincingly why they fear persecution in their own countries? Has the Home Office made any assessment of the impact that speeding up asylum processing will have on those who lack legal advice as they prepare for their interviews?

Written Answers — Women and Equalities: Conversion Therapy (25 Hyd 2023)

Michael Fabricant: To ask the Minister for Women and Equalities, what assessment she has made of the potential impact of the Domestic Abuse Act 2021 on the use of conversion practices with LGBT people.

Written Answers — Women and Equalities: Gender Based Violence (25 Hyd 2023)

Maria Caulfield: ...safer; Launching a fund for VAWG ‘by and for’ services over two years to a total of up to £6 million, from 2023/24 – 2024/25. The fund is for services across England and Wales, supporting LGBT people, people with a disability, or ethnic minorities affected by VAWG; Launching the ‘Enough’ behaviour change campaign in March 2022, which has reached millions of individuals across...

Women and Equalities: LGBT People (25 Hyd 2023)

LGBT People

IVF Provision — [Mr Laurence Robertson in the Chair] (24 Hyd 2023)

Hannah Bardell: ...and Wales. I was struck by the briefing, which led through the different levels of care, all the different boards across England and Wales and how challenging that must be for people—not just LGBT people but anyone seeking fertility treatment. The hon. Member for Jarrow also spoke about the outdated BMI criteria and how those can vary. That is particularly challenging as well. Women’s...

Written Answers — Home Office: Hate Crime: Transgender People (23 Hyd 2023)

Sarah Champion: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, if she will have discussions with LGBT (a) community organisations and (b) charities on steps to help prevent homophobic and transphobic hate crimes.

Business of the House (19 Hyd 2023)

Penny Mordaunt: ...who are most vulnerable and most misunderstood as a group, are protected and supported and feel safe. That is part of the reason why the Government undertook the largest survey in the world of LGBT people and their experiences of day-to-day life, and from that survey produced an action plan many of whose elements have already been delivered. This is a priority for the Government. We have a...

Hate Crime Against the LGBT+ Community (18 Hyd 2023)

Sarah Dines: ...and, like those of other Members who have contributed to the debate, they were thought-provoking and I thank him for them. Although the debate is specifically about hate crimes that target the LGBT community, I want to echo the remarks that the Prime Minister made on Monday. He mentioned that hate crime takes various forms and that we must look at the antisemitism of the past few days. We...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: LGBT Veterans Independent Review (18 Hyd 2023)

Stewart McDonald: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, when he plans to publish his Department's response to the LGBT Veterans Independent Review Final Report, published in May 2023.

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