Canlyniadau 1–20 o 40 ar gyfer priti panel

Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill: New Clause 26 - LTA 1985: Crown application (27 Chw 2024)

Vicky Ford: ...The Minister needs to go further on this issue. Another group of leaseholders are struggling live in Kings Tower, a 12-storey building with a small amount of combustible insulation on the spandrel panels on the outside of the building. It might need remedial work to remove and replace it. I think it is shocking that seven years after Grenfell Tower, a huge company—Barratt—and the...

Safety of School Buildings ( 6 Med 2023)

Nick Gibb: ...one of which was outside England—in which RAAC that had been graded as non-critical collapsed or failed. It had become clear that visual assessment alone would not definitively identify a cracked panel that was on the verge of failure. Given that evidence, I say this to every Member of the House: “How would your decision differ from that of the Secretary of State and Ministers at the...

Finance (No. 2) Bill: New Clause 4 - Domestic top-up tax to apply from 31 December 2023 (20 Meh 2023)

Priti Patel: ...flexibility, we risk blindly signing up to a package where foreign officials could overrule decisions and interpretations in our own jurisdiction and in on our own Government. The peer review panels, being set up to review implementation, could be made up of representatives from China or other hostile states—for example, Russia—all countries which are involved in the process and states...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: Government Response to the report of the Daniel Morgan Independent Panel (15 Meh 2023)

Suella Braverman: The former Home Secretary, Rt Hon member for Maidenhead (Theresa May), on 10 May 2013 announced the formation of the Daniel Morgan Independent Panel. Two years ago, on 15 June 2021, the Report of the Daniel Morgan Independent was published. Today I report on the progress made against the recommendations made in that report. The Panel made 23 recommendations as a consequence of the failings...

Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery — [Mr Clive Betts in the Chair] (29 Maw 2023)

Sarah Dines: ...the chair of the Human Trafficking Foundation. I thank them and all others who have contributed to our efforts in this space. The former Home Secretary, my right hon. Friend the Member for Witham (Priti Patel), worked very hard on this issue for three and a half years. I recall that in one of the first meetings I had with her when I was a new MP, she talked about upstream work and about...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: Update on Part Two of the Police and Crime Commissioner Review ( 7 Maw 2022)

Priti Patel: ...changes to the Policing Protocol Order. This is a document that sets out the roles and responsibilities of various people involved in policing, such as PCCs, chief constables and police and crime panels. I am therefore launching a targeted, stakeholder consultation to seek views from our policing partners on how we can refresh this document to provide a ‘brighter-line’ on the...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse’s report on ‘Child Sexual Exploitation by Organised Networks’ ( 1 Chw 2022)

Priti Patel: ...to ensure the Inquiry can deliver its vital work. Government will review this report and consider how to respond to its content in due course. I would like to thank Professor Jay and her Panel for their continued work to uncover the truth, identify what went wrong in the past and to learn the lessons for the future. I have today laid this report before the House and it will also be...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse’s (IICSA) Investigation reports on: ‘Children in the Care of Lambeth Council’; ‘Child Protection in Religious Organisations and Settings’ and ‘Institutional responses to allegations of child sexual abuse involving the late Lord Janner of Braunstone QC’ (19 Hyd 2021)

Priti Patel: ...ensure the Inquiry can deliver its vital work. Government will review these reports and consider how to respond to their content in due course. I would like to thank Professor Alexis Jay and her Panel for their continued work to uncover the truth, identify what went wrong in the past and to learn the lessons for the future. I have today laid these reports before the House and they will...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: Police Leadership (10 Med 2021)

Priti Patel: ...violent crime, boosting the confidence of women, girls and ethnic minorities in law enforcement and responding to the concerns that have emerged from the Report of the Daniel Morgan Independent Panel. I will continue working closely with the Commissioner and the Mayor to ensure that the Met tackles these key challenges and serves the public well.

Daniel Morgan Independent Panel Report (15 Meh 2021)

Priti Patel: ..., effectively—to bring the updates to this House so that he and all Members of this House are kept fully informed of the next stages and our collective response to the recommendations that the panel have made.

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: Concluding Part One of the Police and Crime Commissioner Review (16 Maw 2021)

Priti Patel: ...sets out how the policing governance relationships should work, including that of the Home Secretary, and clarifies the roles and responsibilities of PCCs, Chief Constables and Police and Crime Panels.The Home Office will also legislate to amend Section 38 of the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011, to make the Chief Constable dismissal process more rigorous and transparent,...

Written Answers — Home Office: Windrush Lessons Learned Review (23 Tach 2020)

Priti Patel: .... The evaluation includes a call for evidence to tenants, landlords and letting agents; a large mystery shopping exercise; and surveys of landlords. Members of the right to rent consultative panel provided input into the design of the evaluation. COVID-19 has impacted the field work and delivery of the final implementation report is now scheduled for spring 2021.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Interviews (23 Tach 2020)

Priti Patel: All interpreters are subject to qualification checks when joining the Home Office interpreter panel and performance is regularly monitored and assessed. Interpreters are also governed by a Code of Conduct that clearly sets out requirements and expectations. Any breaches of standards are rigorously investigated, assessed and appropriate action taken. A revised version of the Code of Conduct...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse’s report on the extent of any institutional failures to protect children from sexual abuse within the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales (10 Tach 2020)

Priti Patel: ...to ensure the Inquiry can deliver its vital work. Government will review this report and consider how to respond to its content in due course. I would like to thank Professor Jay and her Panel for their continued work to uncover the truth, identify what went wrong in the past and to learn the lessons for the future.

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse’s report on the Anglican Church ( 6 Hyd 2020)

Priti Patel: ...to ensure the Inquiry can deliver its vital work. Government will review this report and consider how to respond to its content in due course. I would like to thank Professor Jay and her Panel for their continued work to uncover the truth, expose what went wrong in the past and to learn the lessons for the future.

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse’s report on the Internet (12 Maw 2020)

Priti Patel: ...to ensure the Inquiry can deliver its vital work. Government will review this report and consider how to respond to its content in due course. I would like to thank Professor Jay and her Panel for their continued work to uncover the truth, expose what went wrong in the past and to learn the lessons for the future. This statement has also been made in...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse’s report on Westminster (25 Chw 2020)

Priti Patel: ...to ensure the Inquiry can deliver its vital work. Government will review this report and consider how to respond to its content in due course. I would like to thank Professor Jay and her Panel for their continued work to uncover the truth, expose what went wrong in the past and to learn the lessons for the future. This statement has also been made in...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse’s report on Children Outside the UK ( 9 Ion 2020)

Priti Patel: ...to ensure the Inquiry can deliver its vital work. Government will review this report and consider how to respond to its content in due course. I would like to thank Professor Jay and her Panel for their continued work to uncover the truth, expose what went wrong in the past and to learn the lessons for the future. This statement has also been made in...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse’s Report on the Ealing Abbey and St Benedict’s School Case Study (24 Hyd 2019)

Priti Patel: ...to ensure the Inquiry can deliver its vital work. Government will review this report and consider how to respond to its content in due course. I would like to thank Professor Jay and her Panel for their continued work to uncover the truth, expose what went wrong in the past and to learn the lessons for the future. This statement has also been made in the...

Written Answers — Department for International Development: International Assistance: Young People (13 Med 2017)

Priti Patel: .... We aim to provide young people with a genuine say in shaping a positive future for their countries. This was illustrated most recently at the 2017 Family Planning summit, which had a Youth Panel that played a key role in setting the agenda and outcomes of the event. We are also working directly with 5-18 year olds in the UK through our Development Education programme. Through this...


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