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Foreign Affairs - Motion to Take Note ( 5 Maw 2024)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: My Lords, it is an immense honour to open this important debate on behalf of my noble friend Lord Cameron. I look forward to some insightful contributions. I must admit that, in preparing for this debate, I do not know if I should feel a sense of trepidation in having my boss watching my performance or, indeed, a degree of nostalgia, because it was of course my noble friend Lord Cameron who...

Iran: Freedom and Democracy ( 1 Chw 2024)

Jim Shannon: I congratulate the hon. Member for Harrow East (Bob Blackman) on setting the scene. His passion and interest in this subject is renowned. In my short time in the House, I cannot remember a time when he did not lead or sponsor such debates. It seems that for various reasons, others who wished to speak have not been able to. It is unfortunate that the input of others has been curtailed, but...

North Korea - Motion to Take Note (14 Rha 2023)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: ...brilliantly in providing us with an analytical and sharp analysis of the situation in North Korea. The whole House is indebted to him for initiating this important debate. I declare my role as co-chair, with Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP, of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on North Korea, and my non-financial interests in the register. It is 70 years since the Korean War armistice....

Backbench Business: Universal Declaration of Human Rights and UN Convention on Genocide — [Siobhain McDonagh in the Chair] ( 7 Rha 2023)

Fleur Anderson: ...it needs to go further, with internationalising through many other treaties that we are involved in and in many other streams of work. If we had an international strategy and embassies took it up consistently, we would be more enabled on the ground through different embassies working together, as they do in many countries. A national strategy must have four components; this has also been...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] ( 7 Tach 2023)

Stephen Doughty: It was indeed a special occasion to be there today for His Majesty’s first King’s Speech and particularly to see him continuing the remarkable tradition of service and duty of his late mother, our dearly missed Queen Elizabeth. I declare my interests in relation to the armed forces, Ukraine and my role as co-chair of the LGBT+ parliamentary Labour party, and the relevant APPGs. The...

Migration (15 Meh 2023)

Tim Loughton: As a co-sponsor of the debate, I thank the Backbench Business Committee, and I echo virtually everything said by the hon. Member for Liverpool, Walton (Dan Carden). We debate immigration quite a lot in this Chamber, but mostly the latest disaster or controversial piece of immigration legislation. Occasionally, it would be good to look at how we can fashion immigration policy that suits all...

Illegal Migration Bill: Clause 37 - Suspensive claims: interpretation (27 Maw 2023)

Wera Hobhouse: ...clauses 3, 4 and 6. I struggle to put into words my dismay about the Bill. I have been listening since the beginning of the debate and, apart from a few Members who have spoken with real insight, Conservative Members cannot hide their frustration that, three years on from Brexit, we still do not control our borders and that we are in fact further away than ever from doing so. That shows a...

North and East Syria: Autonomous Administration ( 2 Maw 2023)

Anne-Marie Trevelyan: I am grateful to the hon. Member for Brighton, Kemptown (Lloyd Russell-Moyle) for securing this debate. The Under-Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, my hon. Friend the Member for Macclesfield (David Rutley) is currently on ministerial duties abroad and sends his apologies, but it is my pleasure to be able to respond on the Government’s behalf to the...

Senedd yr Alban: Marking One Year of War against Ukraine (23 Chw 2023)

Alex Cole-Hamilton: I rise to offer the full-throated support of Scottish Liberal Democrats for the Government’s motion, and I offer our welcome and thanks to the consul of Ukraine. I remind members of my entry in the register of members’ interests, which shows that I am a host under the homes for Ukraine scheme. It is on that point that I commence my remarks. Six months ago, my family opened our home to a...

Business of the House ( 9 Chw 2023)

Thangam Debbonaire: I thank the Leader of the House for giving us the forthcoming business. This week the news has been dominated by tragic scenes from the devastating earthquakes in Turkey and Syria. It is impossible to put into words the scale of human suffering, with people left out in the cold without food, shelter or medical supplies, and digging through the rubble with their bare hands to search for...

Backbench Business: International Human Rights Day — [Dame Maria Miller in the Chair] ( 8 Rha 2022)

Diana R. Johnson: It is a pleasure to serve with you in the Chair, Dame Maria. I am pleased to be called in this debate to mark Human Rights Day 2022. I congratulate the hon. Member for Rutherglen and Hamilton West (Margaret Ferrier) on her excellent opening speech, and I thank other Members for their very powerful speeches. I am a co-chair of the all-party parliamentary human rights group, and I want to...

Iran’s Nuclear Programme (30 Meh 2022)

Steve McCabe: I thank the right hon. Member for Newark (Robert Jenrick) for securing the debate and congratulate him on an excellent speech. In the interest of transparency, I am the chair of Labour Friends of Israel and a member of the British Committee for Iran Freedom. I suspect that the outcome of the talks in Vienna will be crucial in shaping the future of the international community’s relations...

Migration and Economic Development Partnership with Rwanda - Statement (15 Meh 2022)

Lord Coaker: My Lords, I thank the Minister for repeating the Statement. However, I am afraid that the Statement, and the words of the Home Secretary in the House of Commons earlier today, failed to answer any of the serious questions about this shocking policy. The Home Secretary refused to give any transparency at all to the taxpayer or Parliament around how much taxpayers’ money is being spent. She...

Debate on the Address: [1st day] (10 Mai 2022)

Jeremy Corbyn: I will try to keep within the 10-minute limit that you have requested, Madam Deputy Speaker. The day of the state opening of Parliament is quite surreal. We have all the pomp, the gold coaches and the ancient Rolls-Royces out on the streets, and a Prime Minister who comes into the Chamber and tells us that he has got right all the big calls on covid and all the big calls on finance and then...

Global Migration Challenge (19 Ebr 2022)

Priti Patel: ...statement on the United Kingdom’s approach to the global migration challenge. The United Kingdom has a long and proud history of offering sanctuary to refugees. In recent years alone, we have welcomed more than 185,000 people through safe and legal routes, including from Syria, Hong Kong, Afghanistan and, more recently, Ukraine. In addition, we have welcomed more than 40,000 people in...

Ukraine Sponsorship Scheme - Statement (16 Maw 2022)

Lord Harrington of Watford: I thank the noble Baroness and the noble Lord for their comments. I should point out that this is technically not my maiden speech; I am told that it is my first speech but not my maiden speech. I leave it to noble Lords to work out what that means, because I am not sure. As many might know, I was offered this job because of my experience from the programme that we did for Syria. At the time,...

UK Foreign Aid Programme - Motion to Take Note ( 1 Gor 2021)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: My Lords, I congratulate the noble Lord, Lord Fowler, on securing this debate and on the powerful and important choice of subject for his first debate from the Cross Benches. He has, of course, a long-standing personal interest and a strong track record in this area, but even if he did not have that personal experience, he would have heard many times from the Woolsack the strength of feeling...

World Press Freedom Day — [Ms Nusrat Ghani in the Chair] (27 Mai 2021)

John Whittingdale: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Ms Ghani. I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Folkestone and Hythe (Damian Collins) on securing the debate and on his work to promote media freedom. I am particularly grateful to him for taking over as chair of the all-party parliamentary group on media freedom, which I chaired until February 2020. A lot of Members have focused on...

Senedd yr Alban: Legal Advice (Publication) (25 Tach 2020)

Annie Wells: As members have said, here we are again. I had thought that the SNP would, after it lost the crucial vote in the chamber three weeks ago on a motion that had cross-party backing, surely reconsider its approach, and release the legal advice that it was given on the Salmond judicial review. The Scottish people deserve nothing less. After all, £500,000 of taxpayers’ cash has been wasted on...

Pothole and Highway Repairs: Syria: Humanitarian Situation ( 3 Tach 2020)

Jim Shannon: I thank the hon. Member for Wirral South (Alison McGovern) for making her point so well, as she does. She always has great compassion for her subject matter, and it is always a pleasure to hear her speaking up for those who are persecuted, those who are disadvantaged, and those who are second-class citizens in their own land. As I have mentioned previously in Westminster Hall, we have Syrian...


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