Canlyniadau 121–140 o 700 ar gyfer said speaker:Caroline Lucas

Bills Presented: Clause 6 — Commencement, duration, extent and short title (15 Gor 2014)

Caroline Lucas: ...and was not going to speak again until my colleague, the hon. Member for Islington North (Jeremy Corbyn), reminded us of how this debate looks to the public outside this place. As we have all said, this issue is of huge importance. Almost no issue that we deal with affects people as directly as their personal communications, and, therefore, is as sensitive. That is why it is so negative...

Business of the House: Trident Alternatives Review (17 Gor 2013)

Caroline Lucas: What I said was that Britain has so far not played a particularly constructive role in the process. I have described what happened in Oslo earlier this year. Irrespective of the firepower, the message that we are sending to other states is that the way to be secure is to get more nuclear weapons. That is likely to make us less safe, not more safe. I do not know how we will be able to argue...

Coronavirus Bill (23 Maw 2020)

Caroline Lucas: ...house to house, and we need them in different languages so that different communities can hear this. The hon. Gentleman’s point about a strict lockdown is well made, but I echo what others have said about the importance of guaranteeing economic security to make it much more possible for people to cope with that lockdown, particularly the self-employed who are now struggling so much....

Chilcot Inquiry and Parliamentary Accountability (30 Tach 2016)

Caroline Lucas: ...support for war. Hon. Members have covered a great deal of other evidence in the debate, including the gross misrepresentation of Iraq as a growing threat to the region and to this country. Blair said that Saddam’s weapons programme was “active, detailed and growing”, and that the intelligence behind that assertion was “extensive, detailed and authoritative”, yet the Joint...

[Mr Joe Benton in the Chair] — Wildlife Crime (10 Hyd 2013)

Caroline Lucas: ...it was encouraging that the UK supported the proposal for a UN special envoy on wildlife crime. During that meeting, the President of Gabon commented that illicit wildlife crime is, exactly as she said, not just an environmental problem but a serious threat to peace and security. Does she agree that that is yet another reason why the Government should now commit to funding our excellent...

Department of Energy and Climate Change: Government Levies on Energy Bills ( 3 Maw 2014)

Caroline Lucas: I am reluctant to interrupt the hon. Gentleman, because up until now I have agreed with everything he has said and I fear that my question might lead us to depart from that. Does he agree that if we compare the strike price for nuclear in 2023 with the price of offshore wind, onshore wind and even solar photovoltaics in 2023, we will see that nuclear is vastly more expensive, and that if we...

Parliamentary Scrutiny of Leaving the EU (12 Hyd 2016)

Caroline Lucas: The right hon. Gentleman said a moment ago that the great repeal Bill will give us some certainty, so may I ask him for certainty on environmental legislation in particular? Even when EU legislation has been enshrined in UK law, we need to know, first, the extent to which any future changes to environmental safeguards will be subject to parliamentary scrutiny and vote; and, secondly, what...

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Oil and Gas Sector (12 Gor 2022)

Caroline Lucas: ...will essentially incentivise yet more oil and gas exploration at a time when we know that we absolutely need to leave fossil fuels in the ground. Given that the Secretary of State himself has said that it will take up to a decade to extract sufficient volumes from fracking, will he undertake to speak to his Treasury colleagues and make sure that fracking at the very least is excluded from...

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Topical Questions (21 Med 2021)

Caroline Lucas: ...will still drive climate change. New research shows that 60% of existing oil and gas reserves must stay in the ground if we are to stay within 1.5° C, and the International Energy Agency has said that there must be no new oil and gas development of any kind. With COP26 in just six weeks, with the Secretary of State trying to have international diplomacy, what message does he think is...

Business without Debate: Sex and Relationship Education (23 Ion 2017)

Caroline Lucas: ...that her Committee has done in this area. Does she agree that it is significant that there is now such strong cross-party support for moving in this direction? Five Select Committee Chairs have now said that this is an important issue. Does she also agree that the statutory nature of her proposals is essential, because that will mean that children will get good sex and relationship...

Offences Against the Person Act 1861 ( 5 Meh 2018)

Caroline Lucas: ...way and pay tribute to all her work in securing this important debate and much more besides. She will know that the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women has said that the situation in Northern Ireland constitutes “grave and systematic violations” of human rights. Does she agree that it is essential that we send a message from the Chamber today to...

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

Caroline Lucas: ..., when he knows that that oil and gas is sold on international markets to the highest bidder. He pretends that it will get people’s bills down, yet his own Secretary of State for Energy has said that it will not. When will he stop governing by gimmick, and when will he start actually rolling out the home insulation programme that will get people’s bills down?

Israel and Gaza (23 Hyd 2023)

Caroline Lucas: I was pleased to hear the Prime Minister talk of the need to get fuel into Gaza, but as the hon. Member for Arfon (Hywel Williams) said, that was not referenced in yesterday’s joint statement, even though fuel is due to run out in the next few days and without it there will be no water, no functioning hospitals, no bakeries and so on. Can I press the Prime Minister on a question that he...

Bill Presented: Paris Climate Change Conference (19 Tach 2015)

Caroline Lucas: ...who think that we need nuclear for baseload power are peddling myths based on last-century thinking on energy systems. None other than Steve Holliday, the chief executive officer of National Grid, said recently that the idea that we need large power stations for baseload power was “outdated”. He also said: “From a consumer’s point of view, the solar on the rooftop is going to be...

Business of the House: Badger Cull (25 Hyd 2012)

Caroline Lucas: I have seen that briefing, but I would say that the emotion is coming from those on the Government Benches. The science is with the Opposition, and I refer the hon. Gentleman to what Lord Krebs said in the House of Lords just a few days ago, which makes it absolutely clear that quite a lot of misinformation is unfortunately being spread by the NFU and others about the seriousness of the issue...

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

Caroline Lucas: ...link. I wish we could get rid of that argument, because it is not relevant. Secondly, as the hon. Gentleman is talking about Churchill again, I will use this occasion to let him know that Churchill said that if we are to choose between AV, second ballot and PR, “I have no doubt whatever that the last is incomparably the fairest …and…best in the public interest.”—[Official Report,...

China (20 Gor 2020)

Caroline Lucas: I welcome the Government’s new measures on Hong Kong, but I want to press the Foreign Secretary on the gross human rights abuses in Xinjiang. We said that never again would the world stand by while a state set out to eliminate an entire culture, yet it is happening again. As well as accelerating the Magnitsky sanctions on Chinese officials, will he accept that giving out investment...

Autumn Statement (17 Tach 2022)

Caroline Lucas: The Chancellor said that he would be honest about the challenges we face, so it is frankly extraordinary that he could speak for almost an hour without once acknowledging the economic catastrophe of Brexit. According to the OBR, it will slash productivity by 4%; it has delivered a 15% drop in trade; there will be a 14% drop in investment; it will increase food prices by 6%; and it will...

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Topical Questions ( 1 Maw 2012)

Caroline Lucas: At the previous DEFRA Question Time the Minister, the right hon. Member for South East Cambridgeshire (Mr Paice), said that “there never was any intention to dispose of the whole public forest estate.”—[ Official Report, 19 January 2012; Vol. 538, c. 870.] Yet in evidence to the Lords Committee inquiry in 2010 he stated that “we wish to proceed with…very substantial disposal of...

Us Immigration Policy (30 Ion 2017)

Caroline Lucas: It seems that fake news has come to the House of Commons with a vengeance, because the Foreign Secretary has just said that our Prime Minister was one of the first out of the blocks to condemn the words of President Trump. She certainly was not; we have heard that it took 38 hours. Her failure shames this whole country. I am proud that more people in my constituency of Brighton, Pavilion,...


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