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Commons Chamber
Making Britain the Best Place to Grow Up and Grow Old - Mon 16 May 2022
Department for Education

Mentions:
1: Nadhim Zahawi (CON - Stratford-on-Avon) I also thank Prince Charles and Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, for opening Parliament on her - Speech Link
2: Carol Monaghan (SNP - Glasgow North West) British Pregnancy Advisory Service said that over half the women it surveyed who had an abortion in the coronavirus - Speech Link
3: Paulette Hamilton (LAB - Birmingham, Erdington) Being elected to Parliament is not a right, it is an honour, and it is an even greater honour knowing - Speech Link
4: James Davies (CON - Vale of Clwyd) I look forward to helping to shape the legislation as it progresses through Parliament. - Speech Link
5: Lisa Cameron (SNP - East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow) What are we doing in Parliament? - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
UK Diagnostics Industry and Covid-19 Recovery - Tue 10 May 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Mentions:
1: Neale Hanvey (Alba - Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath) that we can play a part in supporting the UK Government’s national effort to control the spread of the Coronavirus - Speech Link
2: Neale Hanvey (Alba - Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath) that we do not see a return to ad hoc regulations such as those on emergency use authorisation and coronavirus - Speech Link
3: George Freeman (CON - Mid Norfolk) the life sciences industry—I say this as someone who spent 15 years in the sector before coming to Parliament—diagnostics - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Queen’s Speech - Tue 10 May 2022
Leader of the House

Mentions:
1: Lord McFall of Alcluith (Lord Speaker - Life peer) in their capacity as Counsellors of State, gave Her Majesty’s most gracious Speech to both Houses of Parliament - Speech Link
2: Lord Sherbourne of Didsbury (CON - Life peer) beg leave to thank Your Majesty for the most gracious Speech which was addressed to both Houses of Parliament - Speech Link
3: Lord Sherbourne of Didsbury (CON - Life peer) along with many other noble Baronesses, has long encouraged and campaigned for more women to enter Parliament - Speech Link
4: Baroness Smith of Basildon (LAB - Life peer) We had several very well-informed debates on the Bill that was rushed through Parliament at the start - Speech Link
5: Lord Newby (LDEM - Life peer) , and quite a sight it is.At the time of the last Queen’s Speech we were still in the depths of the coronavirus - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Smokefree 2030 - Tue 26 Apr 2022
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Mary Kelly Foy (LAB - City of Durham) said he would report back on 22 April, so we were very disappointed that the Secretary of State told Parliament - Speech Link
2: Liz Twist (LAB - Blaydon) wellbeing for tens of thousands of people.In March, I was pleased to be able to attend the event in Parliament - Speech Link
3: Andrew Gwynne (LAB - Denton and Reddish) We know that during the first year of the coronavirus crisis, the number of 18 to 34-year-olds who classed - Speech Link
4: Andrew Gwynne (LAB - Denton and Reddish) We will give her the backing she needs to drive through the necessary reforms in Parliament. - Speech Link


Grand Committee
Coronavirus Act 2020 (Delay in Expiry: Inquests, Courts and Tribunals, and Statutory Sick Pay) (England and Wales and Northern Ireland) Regulations 2022 - Mon 25 Apr 2022
Scotland Office

Mentions:
1: Lord Stewart of Dirleton (CON - Life peer) My Lords, last month, 25 March marked two years since the Coronavirus Act gained Royal Assent. - Speech Link
2: Lord Ponsonby of Shulbrede (LAB - Life peer) to hear from the Minister whether that is still the case.The Minister talked about Section 43 of the Coronavirus - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Foster Carers - Thu 21 Apr 2022
Department for Education

Mentions:
1: Kate Osborne (LAB - Jarrow) authorities have been forced to adapt their operations through cuts to local expenditure, exacerbated by the coronavirus - Speech Link
2: Helen Hayes (LAB - Dulwich and West Norwood) for all it does to support foster carers, and for bringing a group of experienced foster carers to Parliament - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Covid-19 Pandemic: Royal Mail Services - Tue 19 Apr 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Mentions:
1: Beth Winter (LAB - Cynon Valley) Mail deliveries have been a lifeline and kept people supplied, including with the special delivery of coronavirus - Speech Link
2: Seema Malhotra (LAB - Feltham and Heston) We need better communication with Parliament. - Speech Link
3: Paul Scully (CON - Sutton and Cheam) heard today that the postal service has played a critical role in helping to mitigate the impact of coronavirus - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Online Safety Bill
2nd reading - Tue 19 Apr 2022
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Mentions:
1: Darren Jones (LAB - Bristol North West) Parliament must see that detail before the Bill becomes an Act. - Speech Link
2: Damian Collins (CON - Folkestone and Hythe) The algorithms are within scope, and part of Parliament job’s will be to ensure on an ongoing basis that - Speech Link
3: Alex Davies-Jones (LAB - Pontypridd) Colleagues will be aware of the sheer amount of coronavirus vaccine disinformation so easily accessed - Speech Link
4: Deidre Brock (SNP - Edinburgh North and Leith) A rash of very aggressive campaign groups emerged before the last Scottish Parliament elections, for - Speech Link
5: Chris Philp (CON - Croydon South) When it comes to the provisions on “legal but harmful”, neither the Government nor Parliament are saying - Speech Link


Grand Committee
Tax Gaps 2019-20 - Thu 07 Apr 2022
No Department present

Mentions:
1: Lord Leigh of Hurley (CON - Life peer) Eventually, an exposé by “Panorama”, numerous debates in Parliament and the involvement of the National - Speech Link
2: Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle (GRN - Life peer) establish Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs as an independent agency of government, answerable to Parliament - Speech Link
3: Lord Tunnicliffe (LAB - Life peer) That follows his previous decisions not to build safeguards into his coronavirus support schemes, allowing - Speech Link


Grand Committee
Economy: Spring Statement - Thu 31 Mar 2022
No Department present

Mentions:
1: Baroness Penn (CON - Life peer) to crises and help our friends in their times of need.The economy is recovering well following the coronavirus - Speech Link
2: Lord Bird (CB - Life peer) We have to find a way for it to do things beyond the life of one Parliament. - Speech Link
3: Lord Tunnicliffe (LAB - Life peer) His coronavirus support schemes were full of holes, allowing criminals to claim billions while hard-working - Speech Link
4: Baroness Penn (CON - Life peer) The Government are providing £3 billion of funding over this Parliament through schemes such as the social - Speech Link