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Lords Chamber
Rating (Coronavirus) and Directors Disqualification (Dissolved Companies) Bill - Wed 01 Dec 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: None how many checks, challenges or appeals in relation to a material changes of circumstances due to the coronavirus - Speech Link
2: Lord Greenhalgh (CON - Life peer) One of these is pace, and since Parliament is agreed on the principle of the Government’s approach, we - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
HIV and AIDS - Wed 01 Dec 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Lord Kamall (CON - Life peer) noble Lord for his question and pay tribute to his work during our many years together in the European Parliament - Speech Link
2: Lord Kamall (CON - Life peer) We will have donated 100 million coronavirus vaccine doses by next June. - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
National Insurance Contributions Bill - Wed 01 Dec 2021
No Department present

Mentions:
1: Viscount Younger of Leckie (CON - Excepted Hereditary) At every stage of the coronavirus crisis, this Government have done what it takes to support the people - Speech Link
2: Lord Davies of Brixton (LAB - Life peer) axiomatic that when changes are made to the contributions paid into or the benefits paid from the fund, Parliament - Speech Link
3: Lord Tunnicliffe (LAB - Life peer) Will Parliament be given information and, if so, at what frequency and in what form? - Speech Link
4: Viscount Younger of Leckie (CON - Excepted Hereditary) Tunnicliffe, asked how the ongoing balance of opportunity and risk can be reviewed and reported, and whether Parliament - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Health Protection (Coronavirus, Wearing of Face Coverings) (England) Regulations 2021 - Wed 01 Dec 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Baroness Thornton (LAB - Life peer) Turning to the regulations and starting with the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Wearing of Face - Speech Link
2: Baroness Brinton (LDEM - Life peer) The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Wearing of Face Coverings) (England) Regulations 2021 set - Speech Link
3: Baroness Noakes (CON - Life peer) In fact, I have tabled a Motion on a later coronavirus order regretting the lack of impact statements - Speech Link
4: Lord Cormack (CON - Life peer) Parliament should approve regulations before they are issued. - Speech Link
5: None Something must be done to ensure that the Government are more answerable to Parliament than they have - Speech Link
6: Lord Kamall (CON - Life peer) shows that we need to take a different approach that requires new regulations, the House will return to Parliament - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Finance (No. 2) Bill - Wed 01 Dec 2021
HM Treasury

Mentions:
1: None extension until the end of March 2023 reflects the pressing need to help the economy to recover from the coronavirus - Speech Link
2: James Murray (LAB - Ealing North) by just 1.8% a year, and now the Office for Budget Responsibility has said that by the end of this Parliament - Speech Link
3: None and indeed the Treasury Committee concluded in its report published in February this year, “Tax after coronavirus - Speech Link
4: Richard Burgon (LAB - Leeds East) Research calculations in 2019 estimated that this would raise £29 billion over the lifetime of this Parliament - Speech Link
5: Margaret Hodge (LAB - Barking) Minister agree on the issue of personal services companies, which are being used now in a way that Parliament - Speech Link
6: James Murray (LAB - Ealing North) The Government intend to introduce legislation to Parliament as soon as parliamentary time allows.” - Speech Link
7: Margaret Hodge (LAB - Barking) What I can say is that 24 Members of Parliament—all of them Conservative Members, many of them - Speech Link
8: None Since last updating Parliament in July 2020, the Government have published their response to the consultation - Speech Link
9: Lucy Frazer (CON - South East Cambridgeshire) In my six years in Parliament, I have found that colleagues across the House are committed to their work - Speech Link


Grand Committee
Coronavirus Act 2020 (Early Expiry) (No. 2) Regulations 2021 - Tue 30 Nov 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Lord Kamall (CON - Life peer) people and businesses, including provisions for statutory sick pay for Covid-19-related absences; the Coronavirus - Speech Link
2: Baroness McIntosh of Pickering (CON - Life peer) appointments as they would wish is that they have been constrained by the regulations passed by both Houses of Parliament - Speech Link
3: Baroness Brinton (LDEM - Life peer) reinforce it because, sadly, I suspect that not many people will have heard it in Grand Committee today in Parliament - Speech Link
4: Lord Kamall (CON - Life peer) The Coronavirus Act has been fundamental to facilitating the Government’s response to the pandemic, supporting - Speech Link
5: Lord Kamall (CON - Life peer) I thank noble Lords for their contributions to this debate and previous ones on the Coronavirus - Speech Link


General Committees
Draft Coronavirus Act 2020 (Early Expiry) (No.2) Regulations 2021 - Tue 30 Nov 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Maggie Throup (CON - Erewash) The Coronavirus Act 2020 has been crucial to the Government’s approach to maintaining public services - Speech Link
2: Alex Norris (LAB - Nottingham North) The Coronavirus Act 2020 was significant legislation. - Speech Link
3: Maggie Throup (CON - Erewash) The Coronavirus Act 2020, however, continues to be a critical part of our country’s response to the pandemic - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Conduct of the Right Hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip - Tue 30 Nov 2021
HM Treasury

Mentions:
1: Ian Blackford (SNP - Ross, Skye and Lochaber) This whole sorry episode showed this Parliament at its very worst—and, trust me, that is saying something - Speech Link
2: Ian Blackford (SNP - Ross, Skye and Lochaber) In the four elections that we have fought in the Scottish Parliament that we have won, we have increased - Speech Link
3: Michael Ellis (CON - Northampton North) talk about the businesses—with over £4 billion in loans through the bounce back loan scheme and the coronavirus - Speech Link
4: Anneliese Dodds (LAB - Oxford East) Parliament decided that that must happen two weeks ago, and the Deputy Speaker reminded Ministers to - Speech Link
5: Claire Coutinho (CON - East Surrey) All those issues are devolved to the Scottish Parliament and have been under the SNP’s stewardship for - Speech Link
6: Alexander Stafford (CON - Rother Valley) The area has received much coronavirus support throughout, including from bounce back loans and the like - Speech Link
7: Alan Brown (SNP - Kilmarnock and Loudoun) This is a Prime Minister who gave us an illegal prorogation of Parliament, and was willing to - Speech Link
8: Alison Thewliss (SNP - Glasgow Central) They see a Parliament led by a Prime Minister for whom rules do not apply and consequences do not exist - Speech Link
9: Iain Stewart (CON - Milton Keynes South) businesses in Scotland, with more than £4 billion of loans through the bounce back loan scheme and the coronavirus - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Public Health - Tue 30 Nov 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Alex Norris (LAB - Nottingham North) Parliament in 2003 and would smite me down if I were to dismiss the right hon. - Speech Link
2: Alex Norris (LAB - Nottingham North) will tell us when she thinks she is likely to have enough information about the variant to return to Parliament - Speech Link
3: Steve Brine (CON - Winchester) It was bad enough when the extension of the Coronavirus Act 2020 was nodded through without a - Speech Link
4: Steve Baker (CON - Wycombe) management of our lives by edict, with nothing that we can do about it and not even a say in advance in Parliament—and - Speech Link
5: Ben Spencer (CON - Runnymede and Weybridge) Parliament must be able to debate this, being recalled if necessary or, better yet, not going into recess - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Dissolution and Calling of Parliament Bill - Tue 30 Nov 2021
Cabinet Office

Mentions:
1: Lord True (CON - Life peer) and the calling of a new Parliament. - Speech Link
2: Earl of Leicester (CON - Excepted Hereditary) and the calling of a new Parliament. - Speech Link
3: Lord Newby (LDEM - Life peer) Parliament is the servant of the people, and Parliament, not the Executive, should have the decisive - Speech Link
4: Lord Beith (LDEM - Life peer) We might see more of that in this Parliament. - Speech Link
5: Lord Butler of Brockwell (CB - Life peer) by the Executive to Parliament. - Speech Link
6: Lord Sikka (LAB - Life peer) Possibly, it is all about enabling the Government to make a dash for an election before the glow of the coronavirus - Speech Link
7: Lord Lansley (CON - Life peer) We have to defend the sovereignty of Parliament. - Speech Link
8: Lord Cormack (CON - Life peer) No Parliament can ever bind its successor. - Speech Link
9: Baroness Pidding (CON - Life peer) The process of dissolving Parliament and calling a new Parliament was changed in 2011 to help - Speech Link
10: Baroness Taylor of Bolton (LAB - Life peer) and that Parliament can have some influence there. - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Bill [Lords] - Mon 29 Nov 2021
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities

Mentions:
1: Catherine West (LAB - Hornsey and Wood Green) It has done very well, including throughout coronavirus, given all the leg-ups that it has had from the - Speech Link
2: Eddie Hughes (CON - Walsall North) Further legislation will follow later in this Parliament to continue to address the historic imbalances - Speech Link
3: Robert Jenrick (CON - Newark) Its lobbyists approached Members of Parliament and my Department and threatened judicial review of our - Speech Link
4: Robert Jenrick (CON - Newark) move on to the much more complex piece of legislation that will inevitably take the Department and Parliament - Speech Link
5: Theresa Villiers (CON - Chipping Barnet) As the Bill proceeds through Parliament, we need—as I said in my intervention earlier—to consider - Speech Link
6: Christopher Pincher (CON - Tamworth) Reform (Ground Rent) Bill [Lords], it is expedient to authorise the payment out of money provided by Parliament - Speech Link
7: Nigel Evans (CON - Ribble Valley) no indication that there is to be a statement today on the matter, but you are a seasoned Member of Parliament - Speech Link


General Committees
Airport and Ground Operations Support Scheme - Mon 29 Nov 2021
Department for Transport

Mentions:
1: Robert Courts (CON - Witney) That Act requires Parliament to provide its consent to use those powers where a project will exceed £30 - Speech Link
2: Mike Kane (LAB - Wythenshawe and Sale East) With the fast-evolving changes in the nature of the coronavirus pandemic, we cannot predict a - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Civil Service Pay - Mon 29 Nov 2021
HM Treasury

Mentions:
1: Michael Ellis (CON - Northampton North) speech that he has just given to the House, but for his service to his constituents as a Member of Parliament - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Business of the House - Mon 29 Nov 2021
Leader of the House

Mentions:
1: Jacob Rees-Mogg (CON - North East Somerset) Tomorrow’s business will now be: a debate to approve the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Wearing - Speech Link
2: Mark Harper (CON - Forest of Dean) Giving a clear commitment to treat Parliament seriously would help to heal that rift. - Speech Link
3: Jacob Rees-Mogg (CON - North East Somerset) As I said, the three-hour debate will cover the wearing of face coverings and the Health Protection (Coronavirus - Speech Link
4: Jacob Rees-Mogg (CON - North East Somerset) I will always do my best to facilitate Parliament, but in a way that recognises how Parliament actually - Speech Link


General Committees
Draft Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions Act 2008 (Amendment to Schedule 3) (England) Order 2021 - Mon 29 Nov 2021
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Mentions:
1: None That can be done either at the testing centre in Parliament or at home. - Speech Link
2: Paul Scully (CON - Sutton and Cheam) around 46,000 businesses with an existing primary authority partnership received informal advice on coronavirus - Speech Link