23 Feb 2021
Liz Saville Roberts signed this EDM as a sponsor on Tuesday 23rd February 2021
Investment in prison education technologyTabled by: Zarah Sultana (Labour - Coventry South)
That this House notes that the covid-19 outbreak has highlighted the importance of access to remote learning, especially in prisons; further notes that almost 90% of respondents to a survey of University and College Union members working in prisons reported that IT resources were not sufficient for the needs of …
(Most recent: 24 Feb 2021)
Signatures by party:
Plaid Cymru: 1
Democratic Unionist Party: 1
Green Party: 1
10 Feb 2021
Liz Saville Roberts signed this EDM on Monday 22nd February 2021
Seafarers' hours of work and restTabled by: Ian Mearns (Labour - Gateshead)
That this House notes the World Maritime University’s (WMU) EVREST report evaluating the regulation of seafarers’ hours of rest and work; notes that the report, based on interviews with seafarers, maritime safety and port state regulators, flag states and seafarer organisations, finds an ingrained culture of under-reporting and falsification of …
(Most recent: 25 Feb 2021)
Signatures by party:
Scottish National Party: 4
Plaid Cymru: 3
Liberal Democrat: 1
Liz Saville Roberts has not been granted any Urgent Questions in the current sitting
Liz Saville Roberts has not been granted any Adjournment Debates in the current sitting
The Bill failed to complete its passage through Parliament before the end of the session. This means the Bill will make no further progress. A Bill to prevent abuse of process in civil and family courts; to make provision about cooperation between court jurisdictions; to create offences when certain civil and family court orders are breached; to amend the rights and duties of certain parties to prevent abuse of process in civil and family court; and for connected purposes.
To make provision for the circumstances in which the sexual history of a victim of rape or attempted rape may be introduced at a trial; to prohibit in certain circumstances the disclosure by the police of a victim’s identity to an alleged perpetrator of a serious sexual crime; to extend the range of serious offences which may be referred to the Court of Appeal on the grounds of undue leniency of the sentence; to amend the requirements for ground rules hearings; to make provision for the issuing in certain circumstances of guidance on safeguarding to schools; to make provision for training about serious sexual offences; to place a duty on the Secretary of State to provide guidelines for the courts in dealing with cases of serious sexual offences; to require the Secretary of State to report annually on the operation of the Act; and for connected purposes.
A Bill to consolidate offences relating to the misuse of digital devices, technologies, systemsand services for the purposes of committing or preparing to commit or aiding, abetting, facilitating or concealing the commission of a crime or disposal of theproceeds of a crime; to make provision reflecting technological advancements, including the training of criminal justice personnel; to establish a duty for theSecretary of State to provide advice and guidance to the digital andtelecommunications services industry aimed at reducing the misuse of digitaltechnologies for criminal purposes; and for connected purposes.