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Commons Chamber
Nationality and Borders Bill
Consideration of Lords amendments - Wed 20 Apr 2022
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Tom Pursglove (CON - Corby) I make it absolutely clear that we cannot allow that unnecessary security risk to happen. - Speech Link
2: None We would of course legislate to prevent people smugglers from using social media to advertise their services - Speech Link
3: Iain Duncan Smith (CON - Chingford and Woodford Green) As a result, we will both save money and provide some serious security for these victims. - Speech Link
4: Kate Osamor (LAB - Edmonton) The Bill would further expand the number of people without access to public funds such as welfare benefits - Speech Link
5: Eleanor Laing (CON - Epping Forest) their forbearance—that is, if we have any further Divisions.Clause 62Identified potential victims etc: disqualification - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Nationality and Borders Bill
Consideration of Commons amendments - Mon 04 Apr 2022
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Baroness Williams of Trafford (CON - Life peer) The cost is likely to be very small for travellers, relative to the cost of travel and the benefits of - Speech Link
2: Lord Rosser (LAB - Life peer) Government have always argued in other situations that people should be in employment rather than requiring benefits - Speech Link
3: None as adults, should be exempted from disqualification automatically. - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Business of the House - Thu 31 Mar 2022
Leader of the House

Mentions:
1: Liam Fox (CON - North Somerset) Friend find time for a debate on security in the Gulf and particularly on the role of Iran in destabilising - Speech Link
2: Mark Spencer (CON - Sherwood) right to draw attention to the fact that Ukraine is not the only area in which our armed forces and security - Speech Link
3: Zarah Sultana (LAB - Coventry South) Grainger, Victoria Seaton and the rest of the team, and will he give Government time to discuss the benefits - Speech Link
4: Mark Spencer (CON - Sherwood) I encourage all Members from across the House to highlight it on their social media platforms, and I - Speech Link
5: Diana Johnson (LAB - Kingston upon Hull North) I know that the Secretary of State for Transport has written to the Insolvency Service seeking the disqualification - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Elections Bill
Lords Hansard - Part 2 - Wed 23 Mar 2022
Cabinet Office

Mentions:
1: None It is a relic of Locke’s heavily criticised 1689 theory of the social contract. - Speech Link
2: Baroness Whitaker (LAB - Life peer) Nor did their voter ID pilots establish this basic national social evidence. - Speech Link
3: None a) lessons to be learnt from similar systems in other countries,(b) the accessibility and inclusion benefits - Speech Link
4: Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle (GRN - Life peer) It is a case of instant disqualification. - Speech Link
5: None This amendment would break the cycle and therefore lose the benefits that I have just described. - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Nationality and Borders Bill
Consideration of Lords amendments - Tue 22 Mar 2022
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Tom Pursglove (CON - Corby) will be no limit on arrivals and, again, those who come here will have access to public services and benefits - Speech Link
2: Andrew Mitchell (CON - Sutton Coldfield) Friend the Member for Ashford (Damian Green) has already made clear the huge benefits that would come - Speech Link
3: Danny Kruger (CON - Devizes) for borders that looks after visas, asylum and security. - Speech Link
4: Simon Hoare (CON - North Dorset) It is an opportunity to remind ourselves of the benefits of immigration and not to see it always through - Speech Link
5: John McDonnell (LAB - Hayes and Harlington) have to be honest—Home Office social workers have been found lacking. - Speech Link


Grand Committee
International Women’s Day and Protecting the Equality of Women in the UK and Internationally - Thu 17 Mar 2022
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

Mentions:
1: Baroness Hodgson of Abinger (CON - Life peer) UN Security Council Resolution 1325 was adopted in 2000. - Speech Link
2: Baroness Bryan of Partick (LAB - Life peer) The benefits are such that it cannot be disputed that this is a change which must be made as soon as - Speech Link
3: Lord Sandhurst (CON - Excepted Hereditary) At much the same time, in 1921, we had the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act. - Speech Link
4: Lord Sikka (LAB - Life peer) The Government can help by reversing the damaging welfare cuts and increasing all benefits, at least - Speech Link
5: Lord Desai (Non-affiliated - Life peer) unpaid social care workers. - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Nationality and Borders Bill - Tue 08 Mar 2022
Home Office

Mentions:
1: None But let me be clear: the public order disqualification applies to individuals who have been convicted - Speech Link
2: None This amendment also protects child victims of modern slavery from disqualification from protection. - Speech Link
3: Baroness Ritchie of Downpatrick (LAB - Life peer) There are also social and health implications. - Speech Link
4: Lord Sandhurst (CON - Excepted Hereditary) They will have comfort and security. - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Elections Bill
2nd reading - Wed 23 Feb 2022
Cabinet Office

Mentions:
1: Lord True (CON - Life peer) law on notional expenditure included in the Bill that candidates and agents should only be liable for benefits - Speech Link
2: Baroness Hayman of Ullock (LAB - Life peer) and Constitutional Affairs Committee is also correct on this that, regardless of arguments over the benefits - Speech Link
3: Lord Grocott (LAB - Life peer) What is known about the demography of this group: their gender, age, social class, income and housing - Speech Link
4: Baroness Gale (LAB - Life peer) is the Welsh Government’s view that every legislature should have the freedom to determine its own disqualification - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Nationality and Borders Bill
Lords Hansard - Part 1 - Thu 10 Feb 2022
Scotland Office

Mentions:
1: Lord Dubs (LAB - Life peer) One is public safety and security. - Speech Link
2: None page 66, line 10, leave out from “their” to end of line 12 and insert “physical, psychological and social - Speech Link
3: Lord McColl of Dulwich (CON - Life peer) , requires states to provide various support to assist victims in their physical, psychological and social - Speech Link
4: Baroness Ludford (LDEM - Life peer) is important for victims who are vulnerable to destitution and further exploitation without welfare benefits - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Nationality and Borders Bill
Committee stage - Thu 27 Jan 2022
No Department present

Mentions:
1: Baroness Hamwee (LDEM - Life peer) have so recently finished but of course we have not, when we debated an amendment about candidates’ disqualification - Speech Link
2: Baroness Lister of Burtersett (LAB - Life peer) On our last outing, during debate on the then Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal - Speech Link
3: Lord Sharpe of Epsom (CON - Life peer) This ensures that children in local authority care can access leave to remain, and the benefits of living - Speech Link