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Commons Chamber
Pedicabs (London) Bill - Fri 19 Nov 2021
Department for Transport

Mentions:
1: Nickie Aiken (CON - Cities of London and Westminster) An Uber fare for the same trip would cost £7—54 times more was charged by the pedicab driver. - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Pedicabs: Women’s Safety - Tue 16 Nov 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Nickie Aiken (CON - Cities of London and Westminster) The police, local councils and Transport for London need to be able to monitor these vehicles - Speech Link
2: Nickie Aiken (CON - Cities of London and Westminster) Unlike the situation when someone gets into an Uber, private hire vehicle or black cab, pedicab - Speech Link
3: Rachel Maclean (CON - Redditch) Although I am now in the Home Office and work with the police and other partners, women and girls often - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Nightclub Safety - Mon 08 Nov 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Tonia Antoniazzi (LAB - Gower) In Swansea, the police are investigating a number of incidents of drink spiking, and as of last week - Speech Link
2: Tonia Antoniazzi (LAB - Gower) The police need to investigate every incident. - Speech Link
3: Steve Baker (CON - Wycombe) Yet, as we heard earlier, the police do not always take it as seriously as they might. - Speech Link
4: Florence Eshalomi (LAB - Vauxhall) good enough for us to tell women to avoid going clubbing, not to be drunk when they go out and to be uber-vigilant - Speech Link
5: Florence Eshalomi (LAB - Vauxhall) , this is an issue right across our police forces. - Speech Link
6: Rachel Maclean (CON - Redditch) Over the same period, the police are aware of 250 drink spikings. - Speech Link
7: Rachel Maclean (CON - Redditch) extent and scale of the issue, and we are receiving regular updates from the police. - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Biometric Recognition Technologies in Schools - Thu 04 Nov 2021
No Department present

Mentions:
1: Lord Clement-Jones (LDEM - Life peer) The Court of Appeal, in Bridges v the Chief Constable of South Wales Police, the case brought - Speech Link
2: Lord Vaizey of Didcot (CON - Life peer) closely monitoring facial recognition technology trials, particularly those carried out by the British police - Speech Link
3: Baroness Falkner of Margravine (CB - Life peer) and technology, where it is alleged that facial recognition technology has failed—not least in the Uber - Speech Link
4: Lord Scriven (LDEM - Life peer) We have seen the unintended consequences in live facial recognition use by the police when the marketing - Speech Link
5: Lord Strasburger (LDEM - Life peer) The use of biometric systems to police something as trivial as payment for school meals is training our - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Government: Leadership Training - Thu 16 Sep 2021
Cabinet Office

Mentions:
1: Lord Judge (CB - Life peer) He then asked us, “And how many of you have been stopped by the police driving your car?” - Speech Link
2: Lord Wallace of Saltaire (LDEM - Life peer) education, the Church of England, the BBC—of course—and the leadership of the NHS and the Metropolitan Police - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Health and Social Care Levy Bill - Tue 14 Sep 2021
HM Treasury

Mentions:
1: Steve Barclay (CON - North East Cambridgeshire) decided on 3% and why the NHS was treated differently from other areas of the public sector such as the police - Speech Link
2: Taiwo Owatemi (LAB - Coventry North West) Friend agree that it is completely unfair that a graduate nurse who works a night shift as an Uber driver - Speech Link
3: Christine Jardine (LDEM - Edinburgh West) It is a tax on our teachers, police and care home workers—the very same people who have kept the country - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Environment Bill - Mon 13 Sep 2021
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Mentions:
1: Lord Blencathra (CON - Life peer) In the report that we publish today on the police and sentencing Bill, which the House will consider - Speech Link
2: Baroness Neville-Rolfe (CON - Life peer) is certainly a problem that particularly concerns—I do not know if I should name them specifically—Uber-type - Speech Link
3: Baroness Bloomfield of Hinton Waldrist (CON - Life peer) Higher fines of up to £1,000 on conviction may also be issued if the police carry out enforcement against - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Taxis and Private Hire Vehicles (Safeguarding and Road Safety) Bill - Fri 10 Sep 2021
Department for Transport

Mentions:
1: Peter Gibson (CON - Darlington) However, these incidents might not result in the involvement of the police, let alone a prosecution or - Speech Link
2: Robbie Moore (CON - Keighley) I provided this video evidence to West Yorkshire police, which I hope it picks up with Bradford Council - Speech Link
3: Craig Williams (CON - Montgomeryshire) I have done my own stakeholder engagement: Elwyn the Taxi—for the uninitiated, he is the Uber of Llanfair - Speech Link
4: Sally-Ann Hart (CON - Hastings and Rye) I understand that the police are not under a duty to—or cannot—inform the licensing authority because - Speech Link


Grand Committee
Sub-Saharan Africa (Report from the International Relations and Defence Committee) - Wed 08 Sep 2021
No Department present

Mentions:
1: Earl of Sandwich (CB - Excepted Hereditary) I will end with a comment from my Ghanaian Uber driver this morning. - Speech Link
2: Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay (CON - Life peer) In Kenya, for instance, we have supported the reform of the police and strengthened independent institutions - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
A Plan for the NHS and Social Care - Wed 19 May 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Chris Bryant (LAB - Rhondda) Finally, the Act would require that all public bodies, including schools, the police, Department - Speech Link
2: Craig Whittaker (CON - Calder Valley) and Domino’s, got 90% of their sales of pizza online and from apps such as Just Eat, Deliveroo and Uber - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Queen’s Speech - Wed 12 May 2021
Department for Education

Mentions:
1: Baroness Brinton (LDEM - Life peer) silent—silent on the consequences of the explosion of the use of zero-hours contracts and of companies such as Uber - Speech Link
2: Baroness Blake of Leeds (LAB - Life peer) I pay tribute to Black Rod and her team, the Clerk of the Parliaments, doorkeepers, attendants and police - Speech Link
3: Lord Bradley (LAB - Life peer) mental health services, health-based places of safety and ambulances should allow for the removal of police - Speech Link
4: Lord Callanan (CON - Life peer) Other operators in the gig economy will undoubtedly be looking at the Uber Supreme Court judgment, and - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Covid-19: Workplace Protection - Tue 09 Mar 2021
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Mentions:
1: Justin Madders (LAB - Ellesmere Port and Neston) to workers, but there are still too many people who are not classed as workers, or, in the case of Uber - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation - Wed 03 Mar 2021
Cabinet Office

Mentions:
1: Liam Byrne (LAB - Birmingham, Hodge Hill) , we saw today £66 billion-worth of tax rises—tax rises that will also fall on teachers, nurses and police - Speech Link
2: Damian Collins (CON - Folkestone and Hythe) the future to reform workers’ rights, particularly following the ruling by the Supreme Court about Uber - Speech Link
3: John Spellar (LAB - Warley) The Business Secretary is holding talks with Vauxhall, but the local police forces do not buy its cars - Speech Link
4: Richard Holden (CON - North West Durham) The cash is there for the police and the NHS. - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
National Security and Investment Bill - Tue 17 Nov 2020
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Mentions:
1: Mark Logan (CON - Bolton North East) We do not want the Bill to herald in uber-protectionism by stealth; otherwise I would have great difficulty - Speech Link
2: Stephen Kinnock (LAB - Aberavon) That does not augur well for its ability to police the effective implementation of the Bill. - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill - Mon 14 Sep 2020
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Baroness Hamwee (LDEM - Life peer) We have turned citizens, our public services and the police into border guards. - Speech Link
2: None Studies have shown evidence of discrimination in the use of traffic stops by police, with disproportionate - Speech Link
3: None For example, take the case in 2017 when a woman who was five months’ pregnant reported to the police - Speech Link
4: Lord Dholakia (LDEM - Life peer) was not satisfied when I asked why some of the agencies can share the information collected but the police - Speech Link
5: Baroness Williams of Trafford (CON - Life peer) Picking up on the point made by the noble Lord, Lord Dholakia, the police do not have access to the EU - Speech Link
6: Baroness Ludford (LDEM - Life peer) Not getting that will seriously prejudices the chances of the cross-border police co-operation that is - Speech Link
7: Lord Greaves (LDEM - Deceased - 23 March 2021) Lots of it is highly organised and computerised, and will easily be able to cope—driving for Uber, running - Speech Link