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Commons Chamber
Bahraini Political Prisoners - Thu 13 Jan 2022
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

1: Brendan O'Hara (SNP - Argyll and Bute) day that one of Bahrain’s most prominent political prisoners, Dr Abduljalil al-Singace, has refused food - Speech Link
2: Jeremy Corbyn (IND - Islington North) which have not been mentioned so far, about the rights and living standards of the very large number of migrant - Speech Link

Lords Chamber
Farming Industry: Support - Tue 11 Jan 2022
No Department present

1: Lord Redesdale (LDEM - Life peer) In the UK, as with many developed countries, seasonal work has relied on migrant labour; that is not - Speech Link
2: Lord Whitty (LAB - Life peer) As the noble Lord, Lord Redesdale, said, we have relied for too long on immigrant and migrant labour - Speech Link
3: Lord Colgrain (CON - Excepted Hereditary) the point to say that English workers can fill the void. - Speech Link
4: Lord Hendy (LAB - Life peer) The resulting annual agreements were binding by law on all agricultural employers and workers. - Speech Link
5: Baroness Bloomfield of Hinton Waldrist (CON - Life peer) of the UK’s first Food Security Report. - Speech Link

Lords Chamber
Nationality and Borders Bill
2nd reading - Wed 05 Jan 2022
Home Office

1: Lord Paddick (LDEM - Life peer) In fact, currently there is a shortage of workers, not a shortage of jobs. - Speech Link
2: Baroness Jolly (LDEM - Life peer) When “reasonable force” is being used to remove a migrant vessel from territorial waters, what duty of - Speech Link
3: Lord Balfe (CON - Life peer) In short, there is a need for migrant labour.We also have to get over this “trafficked” business. - Speech Link
4: Lord Hodgson of Astley Abbotts (CON - Life peer) They include the impact on our economy, our national food and water security, our environment, our ecology - Speech Link
5: Lord Hylton (CB - Excepted Hereditary) UK, so that we now have serious shortages of HGV drivers, builders, and health, hospitality and care workers - Speech Link
6: Baroness Uddin (Non-affiliated - Life peer) The effect of deterrence by any means necessary will allow rescue workers to “push back” families to - Speech Link
7: Earl of Sandwich (CB - Excepted Hereditary) It is surely now plain to all that, as far as migrant health workers are concerned, Brexit was a mistake - Speech Link
8: Baroness Warsi (CON - Life peer) When the Windrush generation answered the call for workers and came to this country, they did so as citizens - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Christmas Adjournment - Thu 16 Dec 2021
No Department present

1: Margaret Ferrier (IND - Rutherglen and Hamilton West) Food banks, too, have become a necessity across the UK. - Speech Link
2: Paul Holmes (CON - Eastleigh) little black book in the Whips Office.I place on record my thanks and appreciation to all our health workers - Speech Link
3: Chris Stephens (SNP - Glasgow South West) We need to hear from the Government fairly soon that they will have to support business and, indeed, workers - Speech Link
4: Jessica Morden (LAB - Newport East) Member for Eastleigh (Paul Holmes) said about key workers and health workers. - Speech Link

Written Statements
Asylum Seekers: Right to Work Policy - Wed 08 Dec 2021
Home Office

1: Tom Pursglove (CON - Corby) likelihood of care responsibilities impacting access to the labour market)how employment rates for migrant - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Nationality and Borders Bill
Report stage - Tue 07 Dec 2021
Home Office

1: Anne McLaughlin (SNP - Glasgow North East) We support new clauses 4 and 5 on Hong Kong citizens, new clause 7 on health care workers—it seems a - Speech Link
2: Afzal Khan (LAB - Manchester, Gorton) It is people like me and those with migrant heritage who have the most to fear from this clause and this - Speech Link
3: Mohammad Yasin (LAB - Bedford) the citizenship of those like myself, many of my constituents and millions of others of minority and migrant - Speech Link
4: Stephen Timms (LAB - East Ham) Home Office of processing an application.”This is a hostile environment for hard-working, law-abiding migrant - Speech Link
5: Nigel Evans (CON - Ribble Valley) since December 2020.(2) The areas to be covered by the report must include but are not limited to—(a) food - Speech Link
6: Apsana Begum (LAB - Poplar and Limehouse) reasons we are seeing scenes of desperate people trying to cross the channel is the lazy but deadly anti-migrant - Speech Link
7: Natalie Elphicke (CON - Dover) With some 80 million displaced across the globe, we need a new global compact —a COP26 for the migrant - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Thu 02 Dec 2021
Department for International Trade

1: Gareth Thomas (LAB - Harrow West) lift tariffs on many EU steel products, if we are to get a level playing field for our firms and our workers - Speech Link
2: Jason McCartney (CON - Colne Valley) I am particularly proud of some world-class textile, engineering, sheet metal fabricators and food and - Speech Link
3: Ranil Jayawardena (CON - North East Hampshire) The temporary visa scheme for poultry workers has now closed and only nine people applied to join the - Speech Link
4: Munira Wilson (LDEM - Twickenham) My residents in Twickenham are deeply concerned about both the ethics and the quality of the food that - Speech Link
5: Peter Grant (SNP - Glenrothes) Exports of food and drink from the United Kingdom to Europe have halved. - Speech Link
6: Penny Mordaunt (CON - Portsmouth North) I also work closely with my counterparts in the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to - Speech Link
7: Jim Shannon (DUP - Strangford) constituency of Strangford, and across the agrifood sector in Northern Ireland, which is in need of migrant - Speech Link

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

1: Kirsten Oswald (SNP - East Renfrewshire) stuffing the House of Lords with unelected donors and cronies, but worrying how they are going to put food - Speech Link
2: Anneliese Dodds (LAB - Oxford East) Those contracts so often failed to deliver while our nurses and care workers struggled and while many - Speech Link
3: Anneliese Dodds (LAB - Oxford East) they stand for themselves.I have to say that at a time when our national health service and our care workers - Speech Link
4: Andrew Bowie (CON - West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine) North sea oil workers have been told that they have no future by the SNP’s partner in government. - Speech Link
5: Steven Bonnar (SNP - Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill) We have thousands relying on food banks, with wages pitifully low and the cost of living extremely high - Speech Link
6: Marco Longhi (CON - Dudley North) It was the UK Government who supported 175,000 self-employed workers in Scotland, with a total claim - Speech Link
7: Joy Morrissey (CON - Beaconsfield) has the misfortune to stumble across the debate will be appalled that, at the time of a pandemic, a migrant - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Tue 30 Nov 2021
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

1: Vicky Ford (CON - Chelmsford) The action by Lukashenko to engineer a migrant crisis is an attempt to undermine Poland and others in - Speech Link
2: Vicky Ford (CON - Chelmsford) planned humanitarian aid to Cameroon this year will be £5 million, which will help to support the World Food - Speech Link
3: Vicky Ford (CON - Chelmsford) That support has gone into Tigray, Afar, Amhara and eastern Sudan; it includes critical food aid, safe - Speech Link
4: Vicky Ford (CON - Chelmsford) emergency medical teams to 11 African countries, where they are providing training and advice for health workers - Speech Link
5: Amanda Milling (CON - Cannock Chase) Minister announced an allocation of a further £50 million to provide more than 2.5 million Afghans with food - Speech Link
6: Preet Kaur Gill (LAB - Birmingham, Edgbaston) seen the harrowing report from John Simpson and the powerful words of David Beasley, from the World Food - Speech Link
7: Amanda Milling (CON - Cannock Chase) Afghanistan faces one of the largest food security crises in the world. - Speech Link

Lords Chamber
China: Genocide - Thu 25 Nov 2021
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

1: Baroness Kennedy of Shaws (LAB - Life peer) small amount of money they might receive on the basis that they have to pay for their own transport and food - Speech Link
2: Baroness Smith of Newnham (LDEM - Life peer) wrote to me and said that the Government do not require the origins of goods to be named, except for food - Speech Link
3: Lord Hastings of Scarisbrick (CB - Life peer) diplomatically but through real, concerted action; not running away from the fact that people who seek migrant - Speech Link
4: Lord Collins of Highbury (LAB - Life peer) Alton, said.We should be supporting UK businesses to ensure that their supply chains do not include workers - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Thu 25 Nov 2021
Cabinet Office

1: Nick Smith (LAB - Blaenau Gwent) After inflation, NHS workers got no pay rise, yet Deloitte’s partners got 14%. - Speech Link
2: Steve Barclay (CON - North East Cambridgeshire) available boot camps to train up to 5,000 HGV drivers, and making available temporary visas for poultry workers - Speech Link
3: Steve Barclay (CON - North East Cambridgeshire) For example, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs is also considering placing 190 roles - Speech Link
4: Philip Hollobone (CON - Kettering) Lancaster to his new role in co-ordinating efforts across the Government to tackle the cross-channel migrant - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Health and Care Bill
Report stage - Mon 22 Nov 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

1: Lindsay Hoyle (Speaker - Chorley) tobacco products to 21.New clause 14—Implementation of Restrictions on advertising of less healthy food - Speech Link
2: Mary Kelly Foy (LAB - City of Durham) The Food and Drug Administration administers the user fee in the United States, and the Department of - Speech Link
3: Geraint Davies (LAB - Swansea West) Henry Dimbleby put forward a national food strategy, which is worth a read. - Speech Link
4: Rosie Winterton (LAB - Doncaster Central) section, integrated care boards must have particular regard to the need to reduce inequalities between migrant - Speech Link
5: Philippa Whitford (SNP - Central Ayrshire) Government’s plan to increase national insurance contributions will disproportionately hit low-paid workers - Speech Link
6: Apsana Begum (LAB - Poplar and Limehouse) My amendment 99 seeks to put in provisions to reduce inequalities between non-migrant and migrant users - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Mon 22 Nov 2021
Home Office

1: Philip Davies (CON - Shipley) somewhere to live while their application is being processed, along with £39.63 per person to pay for food - Speech Link
2: David Davis (CON - Haltemprice and Howden) What steps her Department is taking to attract international workers with science, technology, maths - Speech Link
3: Edward Leigh (CON - Gainsborough) What progress her Department has made on tackling illegal migrant channel crossings. - Speech Link
4: Sheryll Murray (CON - South East Cornwall) They need agricultural workers and simply cannot fill vacancies from the domestic market. - Speech Link
5: Priti Patel (CON - Witham) Gentleman will be well aware that crossings do not happen automatically; they happen through migrant - Speech Link

Public Bill Committees
Nationality and Borders Bill (Fifteenth sitting) - Thu 04 Nov 2021
Home Office

1: None I have the usual announcements: electronic devices off, please, and no food or drink. - Speech Link
2: Tom Pursglove (CON - Corby) setting an income requirement for family migration that prevents burdens on the taxpayer and ensures migrant - Speech Link

Public Bill Committees
Nationality and Borders Bill (Sixteenth sitting) - Thu 04 Nov 2021
Home Office

1: Stuart C McDonald (SNP - Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East) I am grateful to Amnesty International, Migrant Voice, Bail for Immigration Detainees, the Scottish Refugee - Speech Link
2: Tom Pursglove (CON - Corby) In relation to the approach taken for health and social workers, the view widely felt across the House - Speech Link
3: Tom Pursglove (CON - Corby) on the permit, which speeds up the process of deciding a universal credit application.We also fund Migrant - Speech Link
4: Neil Coyle (LAB - Bermondsey and Old Southwark) hostel accommodation in Bermondsey and Old Southwark was open for three months before the first visit of Migrant - Speech Link
5: Holly Lynch (LAB - Halifax) For clarity, I point out that when I refer to “separated children”, I am referring to migrant children - Speech Link
6: Bambos Charalambous (LAB - Enfield, Southgate) low asylum support payments of £5.66 a day, and people must often choose between essential items of food - Speech Link
7: Bambos Charalambous (LAB - Enfield, Southgate) A five-year LLR path to settlement would be fairer and give them parity with other migrant groups, which - Speech Link
8: Holly Lynch (LAB - Halifax) knowledge within local authorities and partner services.”The report identified the placement of non-EEA migrant - Speech Link