Canlyniadau 181–200 o 700 ar gyfer said speaker:Caroline Lucas

Syria and the Use of Chemical Weapons (29 Aws 2013)

Caroline Lucas: ...mean. I remain to be convinced that a military attack would deter, rather than escalate, conflict in the region, which is why I agree with what the hon. Member for Cheltenham (Martin Horwood) just said. I have yet to hear what the strategy would be for Syria and the wider region in the event of an attack. I listened carefully to the Deputy Prime Minister on the radio this morning. It was...

Occupied Palestinian Territories: Humanitarian Situation ( 8 Tach 2023)

Caroline Lucas: ...medicine into Gaza, not least because critical infrastructure, such as roads and hospitals, needs to be mended first and that cannot happen if there are only humanitarian pauses. I know that he has said a lot this afternoon about the difference between pauses and a ceasefire, but he has not addressed explicitly the advice that we are hearing from humanitarian experts on the ground who say...

Economic Update (17 Hyd 2022)

Caroline Lucas: ...I was hoping that it would be incinerated as well, not least because it is designed to undermine environmental regulation, to avoid fair taxation and to bypass local democracy. In the past, he has said that he is a green Tory. I have to put it to him that that is sadly an endangered species right now, but if he is serious about being a green Tory, will he now take steps to demonstrate it...

Backbench Business: Sale of Puppies and Kittens ( 4 Med 2014)

Caroline Lucas: ...my congratulations to the hon. Member for Stoke-on-Trent South (Robert Flello) on his persistent campaigning for stronger regulation of the sale of puppies and kittens. As many hon. Members have said, puppy farming is a horrendous business. Dogs are kept for their whole lives in often small, dark and filthy kennels, and they are used essentially as breeding machines. They have no chance...

Proportional Representation — [James Gray in the Chair] (30 Hyd 2017)

Caroline Lucas: The hon. Gentleman will forgive me if I do not agree that that felt like a relatively short time; it felt like a very long time. As I said, under PR, 1 million votes would have given the Greens more than 20 MPs in 2015. That is the bottom line. Yes, we occasionally find a way of bucking the system, but that does not give confidence to our constituents up and down the country, who simply want...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Clause 1 — Up-rating of certain social security benefits for tax years 2014-15 and 2015-16 (21 Ion 2013)

Caroline Lucas: I thank the hon. Gentleman, who has encapsulated what I said in my earlier intervention and what I am saying now. Yes, it is strange, and disappointing. Let me say a few words about RPI and earnings. The right hon. Member for Ross, Skye and Lochaber (Mr Kennedy) and the hon. Member for St Ives (Andrew George) have tabled amendments on earnings that would improve the Bill, and I support...

Relationships and Sex Education — [Mrs Madeleine Moon in the Chair] (25 Chw 2019)

Caroline Lucas: .... As the hon. Lady says, this is about a basic right to education that should be available to all children. Alarming numbers of children are watching online pornography, as other hon. Members have said, and shocking numbers of teenaged boys and girls think that aggression by boyfriends is normal and okay. Teaching RSE in schools on a compulsory basis is the only way to ensure that all...

Oral Answers to Questions — Attorney-General: Weightman Report (Fukushima) (11 Hyd 2011)

Caroline Lucas: ...concludes: “Flooding risks are unlikely to prevent construction of new nuclear power stations”. How can the Minister be so sure that there is no risk from flooding, given that the ONR has said that it has not had the ability to check that?

Powering Up Britain (30 Maw 2023)

Caroline Lucas: Just a week ago, the UN Secretary-General said we needed a “quantum leap” when it comes to climate action. This Government have laboured and, frankly, brought forth a mouse. There is no new funding, no street-by-street home insulation plan, no mandatory rooftop solar and no unblocking of onshore wind. Instead, Ministers are gambling with technologies that are slow and costly at best, and...

Nuclear Power ( 4 Meh 2018)

Caroline Lucas: .... I want to ask the Secretary of State again how he can justify this multimillion deal to prop up an outdated and hugely costly technology. The chief executive of National Grid himself has said that baseload is an outdated concept because the cost of batteries will come down far more quickly and will be much cheaper than new nuclear by the time it comes on board. Renewables are much...

Medical Cannabis (20 Chw 2018)

Caroline Lucas: We seem to be in some kind of Alice in Wonderland world where words mean the opposite of what we imagine. The Minister said that he is being fleet of foot, yet we have established that we are dragging our feet behind 15 EU member states and 29 US states. I have lost count of the number of times that he has talked about the importance of evidence, yet will he not accept the overwhelming...

Environmental Audit Committee (25 Chw 2021)

Caroline Lucas: I thank the Chair of our Committee and agree with all that he has said. Does he agree that there is real urgency for the carbon intensity of the Bank of England’s corporate bond portfolio to be cut and aligned with the Paris agreement? Analysis by the Bank itself shows that the portfolio is in step with a catastrophic 3.5° temperature rise, and this is clearly untenable, particularly if...

Bills Presented: Clause 21 — General duty on specified authorities (16 Rha 2014)

Caroline Lucas: ...of those extraordinary community engagement processes. The drama in particular has a huge role to play. I come back now to the wider context. I am simply reporting to her what young people have said to me, which is that when they hear the Prevent programme being talked about and the kind of language and rhetoric that gets used when we are talking in the abstract it feels to them as if this...

Fossil Fuels: Lobbying (30 Ion 2024)

Caroline Lucas: ..., of course, why he would want to make it. I would simply say that there is concern around perceived influence as well as direct influence. I have no reason to doubt for a second what he has just said—I am sure that it is absolutely true—but at the same time, when people outside this place look at the facts that I have been laying out this evening, in a dispassionate way I hope, alarm...

Cop27 (21 Tach 2022)

Caroline Lucas: ...UK’s presidency is ending and nobody in Cabinet appears to be leading? Do we not need a special prime ministerial envoy? Lastly, in his statement on 9 November about COP27, the Prime Minister said: “With the Egyptian President, I raised the case of the British-Egyptian citizen Alaa Abd el-Fattah.”—[Official Report, 9 November 2022; Vol. 722, c. 260.] Alaa has faced intimidation,...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Energy Bill [Lords]: New Clause 1 - Carbon emissions in local authority areas (21 Meh 2011)

Caroline Lucas: ...councils will say, “This green deal is all very well, but how much of it do we have to do and when do we have do it?” It does not help them very much. In 2007, the Local Government Association said: “Our unanimous view at present is that a statutory duty should be imposed on those councils that, within the next two years, do not respond to climate change.” That was back in 2007....

Protecting and Restoring Nature: COP15 and Beyond (14 Gor 2022)

Caroline Lucas: ...hon. Member for Leeds Central (Hilary Benn) talked about how it is central to our souls—nothing less. That, to me, is hugely important. I am struck by the words of the US writer Richard Louv, who said: “We cannot protect something we do not love, we cannot love what we do not know”. Therefore, getting more access for young people and all of us to nature, the kind of young people the...

Integrated Review (16 Maw 2021)

Caroline Lucas: Given that the Prime Minister said the climate crisis is his No. 1 international priority, it is disappointing that there is a climate-shaped hole at the heart of the Prime Minister’s review, with resources dangerously diverted to nuclear weapons. Earlier today, the Foreign Secretary justified breaking our nuclear non-proliferation treaty obligations on the grounds that nuclear weapons are...

Prime Minister: Engagements (24 Tach 2021)

Caroline Lucas: I rarely agree with the Prime Minister, but last week, when he said that COP26 showed that we could end our reliance on fossil fuels, I did agree with him. That, however, prompts the question of why his Government are pressing ahead not just with the Cambo oilfield, but with 39 other oil, gas and coal developments, which would amount to three times the UK’s current annual climate emissions....

Prime Minister: Engagements (23 Chw 2022)

Caroline Lucas: ...seen of unsuccessful interference? Has he actually read the Russia report, which is very clear that there is credible evidence of interference? [Interruption.] Given that, as his Defence Secretary said earlier this week, information is as powerful as any tank, can he explain why he is turning a blind eye to allegations of Russian disruption—


<< < 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 > >>

Creu hysbysiad

Chwilio uwch

Dod o hyd i'r union air neu ymadrodd hwn

Gallwch hefyd wneud hyn o'r prif flwch chwilio drwy roi’r union eiriau mewn dyfyniadau: megis "seiclo" neu "adroddiad Hutton"

Rydyn ni'n dangos geiriau sy'n gysylltiedig â'ch term chwilio, megis “beic” a “beicio” wrth chwilio am seiclo yn ddiofyn. Er mwyn atal hyn, rhowch y gair mewn dyfyniadau, fel "seiclo"

Heb gynnwys y geiriau hyn

Gallwch hefyd wneud hyn o'r prif flwch chwilio trwy roi arwydd minws cyn geiriau nad ydych eisiau: fel hela -llwynog

Rydym hefyd yn cefnogi nifer o addasiadau chwilio Booleaidd, megis AND a NEAR, ar gyfer chwilio manwl.

Ystod o ddyddiadau

i

Gallwch roi dyddiad dechrau, dyddiad gorffen, neu'r ddau er mwyn cyfyngu canlyniadau i ystod o ddyddiadau penodol. Mae dyddiad gorffen coll yn awgrymu'r dyddiad presennol, ac mae dyddiad cychwyn coll yn awgrymu'r dyddiad hynaf sydd gennym yn y system. Gellir nodi'r dyddiadau ar unrhyw fformat y dymunwch, e.e. 3ydd Mawrth 2007 neu 17/10/1989

Person

Rhowch enw fan hyn i gyfyngu canlyniadau i gyfraniadau gan y person hwnnw yn unig.

Adran

Cyfyngu canlyniadau i senedd neu gynulliad penodol yr ydym yn cynnwys (e.e. Senedd yr Alban), neu fath arbennig o ddata o fewn sefydliad, megis Atebion Ysgrifenedig Tŷ'r Cyffredin.

Colofn

Pe baech yn gwybod y rhif colofn Hansard cywir o'r wybodaeth y mae gennych ddiddordeb ynddo (efallai eich bod yn edrych ar gyfeiriad papur), gallwch gyfyngu canlyniadau i hynny ; Gallwch hefyd ddefnyddio column:123 yn y prif flwch chwilio.