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Public Bill Committees
Nationality and Borders Bill (Fourth sitting) - Thu 23 Sep 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Robert Goodwill (CON - Scarborough and Whitby) That is the most expensive kind of irregular journey because it would mean purchasing a passport and a ticket - Speech Link
2: Holly Lynch (LAB - Halifax) will be detrimental to unaccompanied children, who we know are at particular risk of exploitation, abuse - Speech Link
3: Holly Lynch (LAB - Halifax) international—and also our domestic—law that children should not be punished for their own exploitation and abuse - Speech Link
4: Stuart C McDonald (SNP - Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East) There may also be children of Roma families or children affected by domestic abuse, trafficking or other - Speech Link
5: Stuart C McDonald (SNP - Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East) There is no data adduced to show that there is any abuse of the current provision in schedule 2 to the - Speech Link
6: Anne McLaughlin (SNP - Glasgow North East) When trailing the Bill, the Home Office talked about the widespread abuse of the system by child rapists - Speech Link


Public Bill Committees
Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill (Eleventh sitting) - Wed 22 Sep 2021
Department for Education

Mentions:
1: Matt Western (LAB - Warwick and Leamington) the right to lawful free speech will remain balanced by the important safeguards against harassment, abuse - Speech Link
2: Emma Hardy (LAB - Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle) pointed this out to me the other day, which made me chuckle—that we have more rights to appeal a parking ticket - Speech Link
3: John McDonnell (LAB - Hayes and Harlington) I use the example of a parking ticket, but even with a speeding fine—I admit nothing—there is - Speech Link
4: Matt Western (LAB - Warwick and Leamington) We do not see any checks or balances to ensure that this individual does not abuse the power and influence - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Legacy of Jo Cox - Thu 09 Sep 2021
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Mentions:
1: Abena Oppong-Asare (LAB - Erith and Thamesmead) We remind participants that Jo, too, hit set-backs and made mistakes, faced abuse and wavered. - Speech Link
2: Anne McLaughlin (SNP - Glasgow North East) : it is not just MPs and their teams; all elected members, including councillors, face unacceptable abuse - Speech Link
3: Rosie Duffield (LAB - Canterbury) It was my Charlie Bucket moment; I had found my golden ticket. - Speech Link
4: Matt Warman (CON - Boston and Skegness) We recognise that in the past several MPs have referenced abuse as a reason for standing down. - Speech Link


Public Bill Committees
Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill (Second sitting) - Tue 07 Sep 2021
Department for Education

Mentions:
1: Matt Western (LAB - Warwick and Leamington) there have been serious threats to a conference or event that I have been organising, I have made it ticket - Speech Link
2: Emma Hardy (LAB - Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle) in balancing free speech with the existing legislation in the Equality Act 2010 against harassment, abuse - Speech Link
3: Matt Western (LAB - Warwick and Leamington) At what point do we say we see here abuse of bureaucratic procedure, essentially to enforce a monoculture - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Nationality and Borders Bill - Tue 20 Jul 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Chris Stephens (SNP - Glasgow South West) Centres in Australia saw cases of sexual abuse and the rape of refugees leading to some falling pregnant - Speech Link
2: Stella Creasy (LAB - Walthamstow) Locking them up in detention centres reinforces, not removes, the abuse they face. - Speech Link
3: Margaret Greenwood (LAB - Wirral West) They may also be victims of coercion, warned not to disclose the extent of their abuse and fearful of - Speech Link
4: Matt Vickers (CON - Stockton South) Many of them have travelled across several safe countries; some have paid as much as £5,000 for a ticket - Speech Link
5: Paul Bristow (CON - Peterborough) We need to prioritise those in need of protection while stopping the abuse of the system. - Speech Link
6: Dehenna Davison (CON - Bishop Auckland) exploited by sophisticated criminal gangs of people smugglers who charge thousands upon thousands for a ticket - Speech Link
7: Chris Philp (CON - Croydon South) The Bill is fair but firm: fair to those in genuine need, but firm towards those seeking to abuse the - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Nationality and Borders Bill - Mon 19 Jul 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Priti Patel (CON - Witham) ahead of those who play by the rules; enough of foreign criminals, including murderers and rapists, who abuse - Speech Link
2: Priti Patel (CON - Witham) not allow dangerous foreign criminals, who are effectively pushing aside real victims, to go on to abuse - Speech Link
3: Anna McMorrin (LAB - Cardiff North) women and girls forced into arranged marriages as young children who have fled a life of violence and abuse - Speech Link
4: Iain Duncan Smith (CON - Chingford and Woodford Green) Home Secretary is seeking to meet varying objectives through the Bill and that she wants to reduce abuse - Speech Link
5: Kate Osamor (LAB - Edmonton) report into their offshoring facility in Nauru revealed horrifying conditions, including the sexual abuse - Speech Link
6: Caroline Johnson (CON - Sleaford and North Hykeham) those people are genuinely fleeing persecution and need our support, but others are not, and they may abuse - Speech Link
7: Patrick Grady (SNP - Glasgow North) course they had to struggle to get here—their oppressive regime did not give them a passport and a ticket - Speech Link
8: Rachael Maskell (LAB - York Central) From centuries of imperial abuse to withdrawing from reparation today, the Government are now - Speech Link
9: Kim Johnson (LAB - Liverpool, Riverside) They are the victims of war, persecution, humanitarian crisis, modern slavery, torture and sexual abuse - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Thu 01 Jul 2021
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Mentions:
1: Sharon Hodgson (LAB - Washington and Sunderland West) £175, yet tickets are on sale on Viagogo at a 577% mark-up, at £1,185 per ticket. - Speech Link
2: Michael Ellis (CON - Northampton North) For example, domestic abuse cases in particular have been prioritised in the magistrates courts, so there - Speech Link


Grand Committee
Birmingham Commonwealth Games (Compensation for Enforcement Action) Regulations 2021 - Wed 30 Jun 2021
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Mentions:
1: Lord Hunt of Kings Heath (LAB - Life peer) will be raised by the organising committee and the Commonwealth Games Federation partnership through ticket - Speech Link
2: Lord Moynihan (CON - Excepted Hereditary) As she knows, I am co-chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Ticket Abuse, which works hard in - Speech Link
3: Lord McNally (LDEM - Life peer) The right to protect, as it does, the organisers from fake products and ticket touting is very important - Speech Link
4: Lord Bassam of Brighton (LAB - Life peer) As with any sporting competition, there are rules on ticket touting, and in his contribution the - Speech Link
5: Baroness Barran (CON - Life peer) On the wider issues of ticket touting, raised by the noble Lord, Lord Bassam, and my noble friend - Speech Link


Public Bill Committees
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill (Sixteenth sitting) - Thu 17 Jun 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Victoria Atkins (CON - Louth and Horncastle) Lady has highlighted about, for example, victims of domestic abuse having to publish their addresses - Speech Link
2: Sarah Champion (LAB - Rotherham) ) a list of countries and territories considered to be at high risk of child sexual exploitation or abuse - Speech Link
3: Sarah Champion (LAB - Rotherham) They give effect to a recommendation made by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. - Speech Link
4: Alex Cunningham (LAB - Stockton North) As Sam Doohan said in an evidence session:“People end up having to disclose, say, a speeding ticket - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Children and Young People’s Mental Health - Wed 16 Jun 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Munira Wilson (LDEM - Twickenham) I heard from the adoptive father of a seven-year-old who suffered significant trauma and abuse within - Speech Link
2: James Sunderland (CON - Bracknell) This cannot be a golden ticket for the lucky few, but a rightful passport for every child to get what - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
National Insurance Contributions Bill - Mon 14 Jun 2021
HM Treasury

Mentions:
1: Richard Thomson (SNP - Gordon) That may be a small step towards closing another area of potential abuse in the tax code, but it is necessary - Speech Link
2: Sarah Olney (LDEM - Richmond Park) risk factor in becoming homeless and how the two groups most at risk are survivors of childhood sexual abuse - Speech Link
3: Chris Bryant (LAB - Rhondda) It is actually quite difficult to get a rail ticket from Wales to London because of covid restrictions - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Football Governance - Mon 14 Jun 2021
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Mentions:
1: Jim Shannon (DUP - Strangford) They care about more than the price of a ticket. - Speech Link
2: Jonathan Gullis (CON - Stoke-on-Trent North) Stoke-on-Trent’s second team, Stoke City; obviously I was being sarcastic there, before I get a deluge of abuse - Speech Link
3: Jane Hunt (CON - Loughborough) responsibility for club heritage who is elected by fans’ groups via a vote of key stakeholders, such as season ticket - Speech Link
4: Claudia Webbe (IND - Leicester East) The appalling racist abuse of footballers online and in stadiums remains endemic. - Speech Link
5: Zarah Sultana (LAB - Coventry South) rule would do, as it does in Germany, where no teams were part of the super league plans and where ticket - Speech Link
6: John McDonnell (LAB - Hayes and Harlington) I am also a season ticket holder at my local club, Hayes & Yeading United. - Speech Link
7: Kate Osborne (LAB - Jarrow) the law to force Premier League and English Football League clubs to give their long-standing season ticket - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Thu 20 May 2021
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Mentions:
1: Zarah Sultana (LAB - Coventry South) ground or forming a new league, they could require clubs to secure a 50% plus 1 majority of season-ticket - Speech Link
2: Michael Ellis (CON - Northampton North) The CPS has also taken steps to increase domestic abuse prosecutions at a local level. - Speech Link
3: Michael Ellis (CON - Northampton North) Lady for her question, which focuses on an extremely important issue of domestic abuse, which is one - Speech Link
4: Rachel Hopkins (LAB - Luton South) Does the Attorney General think that the current level of resourcing to tackle domestic abuse - Speech Link
5: Michael Ellis (CON - Northampton North) , including funding to deal with the effects of the covid-19 crisis as it relates to domestic abuse. - Speech Link
6: Michael Ellis (CON - Northampton North) It is this Government who have put the Domestic Abuse Act 2021 on the statute book. - Speech Link
7: Michael Ellis (CON - Northampton North) Those are high-harm cases, including rape and domestic abuse. I am proud of the CPS’s response. - Speech Link


Public Bill Committees
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill (Third sitting) - Thu 20 May 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Sarah Champion (LAB - Rotherham) People end up having to disclose, say, a speeding ticket for five years, which is longer than if they - Speech Link
2: Sarah Champion (LAB - Rotherham) Non-penetrative child abuse offences are not seen as serious crime; therefore, they do not fall under - Speech Link
3: Sarah Jones (LAB - Croydon Central) Other than sexual assaults, rapes and trafficking, and occasionally domestic abuse, I do not know - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
House of Lords: Remote Participation and Hybrid Sittings - Thu 20 May 2021
Leader of the House

Mentions:
1: Lord Hain (LAB - Life peer) House in 2019 to force the Government to complete the remaining stages of the Historical Institutional Abuse - Speech Link
2: Baroness Brinton (LDEM - Life peer) Things may not have been perfect, but the contributions, scrutiny and challenge during the Domestic Abuse - Speech Link
3: Lord Kerr of Kinlochard (CB - Life peer) That is, as the chair of the Procedure Committee in the other place delicately put it, “open to abuse - Speech Link
4: Lord Dobbs (CON - Life peer) Virtual participation and voting have become largely meaningless and they have left us open to lots of abuse - Speech Link
5: Lord Anderson of Ipswich (CB - Life peer) made recently to Bills on subjects as diverse as the internal market, overseas operations and domestic abuse - Speech Link
6: Lord Lucas (CON - Excepted Hereditary) I also like lists for Questions, but I think that it might be an idea to add a golden ticket so that, - Speech Link