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Crispin Blunt

Former Ceidwadwyr MP am Reigate ( 1 Mai 1997 – 30 Mai 2024)

Hilary Benn

Llafur MP am Leeds South (10 Meh 1999 – Cyfredol)

Lord Bradley

Llafur Peer (18 Gor 2006 – Cyfredol)


Canlyniadau 1–20 o 70000 ar gyfer prisons

Oeddech chi'n golygu prison?

King’s Speech - Debate (3rd Day) (19 Gor 2024)

Lord Bird: ...work on the basis of responding to the crisis. There is a crisis around children. We know that many children are in poverty and are inheriting poverty from their family. There is the crisis of our prisons. On Monday this week the Guardian announced this enormous crisis in prisons, and the new Government did not know it was going to be so bad. I do not blame them, but that crisis in the...

Israel and Gaza (19 Gor 2024)

David Lammy: ...week and the conversations I have had with Arab partners, and all of us want to see the deal done. I sincerely hope that we get to that point by the end of the month. There is a sticking point with prisoner release as well as with hostage release: what happens on the day after? Israel’s security is paramount. Hamas cannot remain in charge of Gaza. But equally, the Israel Defence Forces...

Covid-19 Inquiry (19 Gor 2024)

Pat McFadden: ...to go above and beyond. A nation can only be as resilient as the foundational strength of its infrastructure and public services. As I stand here today with 8 million people on NHS waiting lists, prisons overflowing, councils pushed to the brink and public services in a worse position than they were even in 2020, we must ensure that we are prepared. Baroness Hallett says that it is not a...

Debate on the Address: Foreign Affairs and Defence (18 Gor 2024)

Kirsty McNeill: ..., as if dead, having fainted. The Midlothian campaign is also remembered as a moment when choices were made about the obligations of international solidarity. In Penicuik, we have a memorial to the prisoners of war who died there during the Napoleonic wars, bearing the inscription “All men are brethren”—something that I hope we can hold on to as we seek to make the UK a force for...

King’s Speech - Debate (2nd Day) (18 Gor 2024)

Lord Colgrain: ...appointment at Cabinet level for horticulture should be revived if there is any hope that this pledge will be fulfilled. I also suggest that the Government should consider resurrecting farms at prisons. There used to be many of them, which, when they were present, were beneficial to inmates’ mental and physical well-being, as testified by many prison governors, as well as helping to...

Points of Order (18 Gor 2024)

Kieran Mullan: On a point of order, Madam Deputy Speaker. In the statement on prison capacity, the issue of the Friday release of prisoners was raised. I recognise it was raised by hon. Members sincerely and with good intentions. However, private Members’ Bills are an incredibly important part of the work of this House, something we all recognise and value, and during the previous Parliament the former...

Prison Capacity (18 Gor 2024)

Edward Argar: ...to holding her and the Government to account. She is of course a decent, courteous, and incredibly able person, and I wish her well in her role. We recognise the challenges and pressures facing the prison and criminal justice system, and the need to ensure that our prisons function effectively. Of course, the Government were well aware of those things when they were in opposition, as I...

Business of the House (18 Gor 2024)

Lucy Powell: ...the national wealth fund, resetting relations with junior doctors and dentists, launching the border security command, ending the ban on new onshore wind, taking immediate action on the prisons crisis, restoring house building targets and starting to tackle the water crisis—the list goes on. The shadow Leader of the House asks about the economic record, house building and the Rwanda...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (17 Gor 2024)

Liz Saville-Roberts: ...the devolution of justice and policing to Wales. That has already been considered, because it is the policy of the Labour party in Wales, but it has not been brought forward. Given the state of our prisons as bequeathed to us by the previous Government, with their policy of 14 years of austerity, we need radical ideas to tackle that blight and the question of how we rehabilitate people and...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (17 Gor 2024)

Liz Saville-Roberts: ...the devolution of justice and policing to Wales. That has already been considered, because it is the policy of the Labour party in Wales, but it has not been brought forward. Given the state of our prisons as bequeathed to us by the previous Government, with their policy of 14 years of austerity, we need radical ideas to tackle that blight and the question of how we rehabilitate people and...

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Executive Committee Business: Budget (No. 2) Bill: Second Stage ( 2 Gor 2024)

Joanne Bunting: ...of concern, especially because, as I said in previous financial debates and as is evident from the Bill, the vast majority of the Department's budget is demand-led. It is taken up by the PSNI, the Prison Service, the Courts and Tribunals Service and through legal aid spend. As a result, there is little, if any, scope to reduce spend without impacting severely on the delivery of vital...

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Oral Answers to Questions — Finance: Police Pensions: Overpayment ( 2 Gor 2024)

Joanne Bunting: Thank you, Minister. This follows a similar debacle involving prison officers' pensions, which is rumbling on. Clearly, something is going badly awry if those pensions are being miscalculated to that extent and errors have not been noticed for as long as 16 years. I am aware that there is also DOJ involvement. Will the Minister undertake a review to establish what is going on, which has led...

Senedd yr Alban: First Minister’s Question Time: Cabinet (Meetings) (27 Meh 2024)

John Swinney: No, because we have exceeded our commitment to recruit 800 additional mental health workers to accident and emergency departments, GP practices, police station custody suites and prisons. We have also invested in mental health support in our schools and the appointment of mental health counsellors in order try to provide early intervention to reduce the crystallisation of demand for child and...

Senedd yr Alban: Circular Economy (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (25 Meh 2024)

Edward Mountain: ...—the minister said this at a committee meeting—that that is too much money. I remind everyone that in the previous parliamentary session we agreed that, for killing mountain hares, the maximum prison sentence should be five years and an unlimited fine. Yet it appears that £5,000 for fly-tipping, which could kill more wildlife than anything else, is completely unacceptable. We ought to...

Senedd yr Alban: First Minister’s Question Time: Parole System (20 Meh 2024)

Liam Kerr: Last week, The Courier reported: “A new parole hearing date has been confirmed for Angus killer Tasmin Glass as she seeks release from prison after serving only half her ten-year sentence ... Her case will now be considered by the Parole Board ... for a third time on July 26 ... the day before a memorial motorbike ride in honour of her victim Steven...

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: PSNI: Pensions and Injury Benefits (17 Meh 2024)

Naomi Long: ...consideration on it. In March 2020, the Northern Ireland Audit Office concluded its report on injury-on-duty schemes for officers and looked at injury-on-duty awards made to former police and prison officers for injuries sustained while they were on duty. One recommendation of the report was to set up a steering group comprised of key representatives from DOJ, DOF, the Police Service, the...

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Terrorism-related Offenders (17 Meh 2024)

Naomi Long: .... In discharging that function, MARA brings together the Department of Justice and supervising officers appointed on the Department’s behalf, along with representatives from the Northern Ireland Prison Service and the Police Service of Northern Ireland. Terrorist risk offenders are managed under MARA from the point of conviction through to the expiry of their licence period. Under the...


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