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South West Water ( 5 Maw 2024)

Simon Jupp: ...plant. If further development east of Exeter is to go ahead, I strongly urge South West Water to draw up plans for a new plant, with urgency. Councillors on East Devon District Council very much jumped the gun to sign off a further new town of 8,000 homes in our district—just weeks before the new national planning policy framework was announced, which provides the tools to challenge such...

Shared Parental Leave and Pay (Bereavement) Bill (26 Ion 2024)

Chris Elmore: ...a lot about the stats and figures  behind this issue, but it is important to name and understand the lived experiences behind those figures. I want to read, in his own words, what happened to Simon Thorpe. His lived experience means that now, as an employer himself, he supports this change in the law: “My wife and I had our first child in August 2020 and 6 months later my wife was...

Mid Devon Council: Financial Settlement (19 Rha 2023)

Ian Liddell-Grainger: ...government. Across the United Kingdom, they reached out and grabbed it with both hands. In fact, the enthusiasm for spending public money was, at times, quite unseemly: chief executives started jumping in with both feet, and their pockets were laden with taxpayers’ money—our money. They bought office blocks, shopping centres, business parks and hotels in the mistaken belief that there...

Northern Ireland (Interim Arrangements) Bill (10 Mai 2023)

Simon Hoare: The hon. Lady digs the most elegant of tiger traps, hoping I will jump into it, but I will swerve around it. She makes a point that most people in their heart of hearts would agree with, which is that if a greater bang for the public sector buck can be achieved, which then has a direct benefit for outcomes in health, economic development, education and so on, that should be explored. Part of...

Family Businesses: Contribution to Local Communities — [Mr Laurence Robertson in the Chair] (20 Rha 2022)

Kevin Foster: ...with the large national chains on both price and quality. Family business is not just about retail and tourism—we have heard some examples today. In that context, one company that particularly jumps to my mind is Casting Support Systems, or CSS as it is commonly known. It is a family business that was established by Ted Head, and produces a range of products for the distribution,...

Tackling Fraud and Preventing Government Waste ( 1 Chw 2022)

Simon Fell: ...I made in that debate, if the House will indulge me. We would be right to be dismayed by some of the unrecovered sums from the various covid support measures, but we should not be quite so quick to jump down the Government’s throat. The recovery of such moneys, as the Minister said, takes time, and we must be realistic that the headline figure will look very different in six months’...

Throwline Stations — [Ms Nusrat Ghani in the Chair] (24 Ion 2022)

Afzal Khan: ...to her beloved son. Mark was well known and well liked in Gorton, where he lived with his dad. He had taken his GCSEs at Wright Robinson College in my constituency, and was studying drama at Shena Simon College. He had big dreams of becoming a professional actor. When we spoke, Leeanne shared stories of the joy and laughter that Mark brought to a family holiday in Paris, his love of...

Charter for Budget Responsibility and Welfare Cap (10 Ion 2022)

Simon Clarke: ...control. Combined, these rules will guide responsible decision making. The International Monetary Fund has noted that “Countries that have followed a debt rule have typically managed to reverse a jump in debt...significantly faster than other countries”, and it recently assessed that the “new fiscal rules have anchored fiscal policy well”. Thanks to our support for the economy and...

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Private Members' Business: Defamation Bill: Second Stage (14 Med 2021)

Mike Nesbitt: Thank you very much indeed, Mr Speaker. I can well imagine that there are those not only in the House but further afield who will jump to conclusions about my motivation for bringing forward this Bill. They will say, "It's jobs for the boys. Here is a man looking after his erstwhile colleagues and chums in the media". I assure the House that that is not the case. My interest in defamation was...

Covid-19: Household Debt — [Mr Peter Bone in the Chair] ( 8 Gor 2021)

Simon Fell: ...at the support schemes that are working and how we can support them. Christians Against Poverty is a great example, as is StepChange. Yet the fact remains that not everyone will be able to make the jump into a job, or to make it as quickly as others. A robust safety net has to be in place to support them, otherwise we are derelict and failing in our duty. The Kickstart and Restart schemes...

Walley’s Quarry: Response of the Environment Agency (19 Mai 2021)

Aaron Bell: ...20 days on from that deadline, we have no idea of the action that it intends to take to punish the operator for its many failings. I think that, in advance of that enforcement notice, the operator jumped before it was pushed by voluntarily suspending tipping, but it has now gone back to tipping without any explanation as to why we have so much odour. Why will the Environment Agency not...

Online Anonymity and Anonymous Abuse (24 Maw 2021)

Laura Trott: ...for the police to track down perpetrators. Tackling anonymity is important, because it not just shields criminals, but encourages lawlessness. My hon. Friend the Member for Barrow and Furness (Simon Fell) talked earlier about the Law Commission’s finding that anonymity facilitates and encourages abusive behaviours. My hon. Friend the Member for Stroud was absolutely right when she said...

Clerk of the Parliaments - Announcement of Successor (22 Chw 2021)

Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town: My Lords, it is a particular pleasure to welcome in due course and to congratulate Simon Burton on his appointment as Clerk of the Parliaments, which, as the current incumbent knows, is a demanding job. All of us who have worked with Simon over the years know of his calm sense, tolerance of our foibles, expertise in the ways and means of this unique Chamber, knowledge of legislation and...

Pectus Deformity Treatment: NHS Funding (24 Tach 2020)

Simon Clarke: ...the following: “For as long as I remember I have had pectus excavatum. When I was younger I embraced it as it made me unique. It didn’t affect me massively. I loved sports, I ran and did long jump for the County competitively, I surfed, climbed mountains, played football with friends, went to scouts and much more. I spent free time caring for animals in a pet rescue. However as the...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill: Clause 1 - Purpose of Part 1 (22 Med 2020)

Claire Hanna: ...existing recruitment problems. We would prefer an arrangement that covers everybody within the common travel area. I am aware that those negotiations are very complicated with a number of fences to jump, but we are trying to deal with this very specific problem. I am also very pleased to have added our support to a number of other amendments, including amendment 9, from our friends in...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Wild Animals in Circuses (No. 2) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (21 Mai 2019)

Simon Hoare: ...or conservational in the photograph at the bottom of page 14, where a man who does not look like you—he may be a second cousin once removed—is sitting on the back of a lion that seems to be jumping from one rather large hamster wheel on to another.

Venezuela: Political Situation — [Graham Stringer in the Chair] ( 5 Med 2017)

Simon Clarke: ...the population, and there are shortages of basic medicines. According to the Venezuelan Government’s own data, infant mortality rose by 30% last year, maternal mortality rose by 65% and malaria jumped by 76%. The people, understandably, are desperate for change, but they face naked political oppression. The utterly illegitimate Constituent Assembly has sidelined the opposition-led...

Budget Resolutions - Amendment of the Law ( 9 Maw 2017)

Jane Ellison: ...the way services are provided to patients. By putting more money into social care and those specific parts of the NHS—triage and capital for A&E—we are addressing some of the very issues that Simon Stevens has talked about recently as immediate challenges of dealing with pressures in the system. My hon. Friend the Member for Harrow East (Bob Blackman) asked about STPs. The investment...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Children and Social Work Bill [Lords]: Safeguarding: provision of personal, social and health education (10 Ion 2017)

Simon Hoare: ...about is absolutely right, and germane to the whole of the Bill. However, if we are to command support from the religious as much as the secular, the sensitivities and anxieties that people often jump to—“This is all about promotion and trying to convince children at six that they should be gay, and if they are not there is something wrong with them, etc.”—need to be clearly and...

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Private Members' Business: Energy Affordability and Security (22 Tach 2016)

Simon Hamilton: I will come to that later. I thank the Member for his acknowledgement of the success so far, which is highlighted by that jump from 3% to over 25% in a very short period. I am also confident that, when all the renewable projects with offers for connection or those that will receive offers are eventually connected, Northern Ireland will have the capacity to meet 100% of peak electricity...


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