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Information between 30th April 2024 - 10th May 2024

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Division Votes
30 Apr 2024 - Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - View Vote Context
Kirsty Blackman voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 35 Scottish National Party No votes vs 0 Scottish National Party Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 273 Noes - 163
30 Apr 2024 - Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - View Vote Context
Kirsty Blackman voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 34 Scottish National Party No votes vs 0 Scottish National Party Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 272 Noes - 162
30 Apr 2024 - Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - View Vote Context
Kirsty Blackman voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 35 Scottish National Party No votes vs 0 Scottish National Party Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 274 Noes - 162
30 Apr 2024 - Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - View Vote Context
Kirsty Blackman voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 34 Scottish National Party No votes vs 0 Scottish National Party Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 276 Noes - 161
30 Apr 2024 - Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - View Vote Context
Kirsty Blackman voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 34 Scottish National Party No votes vs 0 Scottish National Party Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 273 Noes - 159
8 May 2024 - Finance (No. 2) Bill - View Vote Context
Kirsty Blackman voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 34 Scottish National Party Aye votes vs 0 Scottish National Party No votes
Tally: Ayes - 211 Noes - 276
8 May 2024 - Finance (No. 2) Bill - View Vote Context
Kirsty Blackman voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 34 Scottish National Party Aye votes vs 0 Scottish National Party No votes
Tally: Ayes - 195 Noes - 266
8 May 2024 - Finance (No. 2) Bill - View Vote Context
Kirsty Blackman voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 34 Scottish National Party Aye votes vs 0 Scottish National Party No votes
Tally: Ayes - 212 Noes - 274
8 May 2024 - Finance (No. 2) Bill - View Vote Context
Kirsty Blackman voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 33 Scottish National Party Aye votes vs 0 Scottish National Party No votes
Tally: Ayes - 198 Noes - 269


Speeches
Kirsty Blackman speeches from: Global Intergenerational Week 2024
Kirsty Blackman contributed 3 speeches (2,001 words)
Thursday 9th May 2024 - Westminster Hall
Department for Business and Trade
Kirsty Blackman speeches from: Business of the House
Kirsty Blackman contributed 1 speech (117 words)
Thursday 2nd May 2024 - Commons Chamber
Leader of the House
Kirsty Blackman speeches from: Telegraph Media Group Ltd: Acquisition
Kirsty Blackman contributed 1 speech (241 words)
Tuesday 30th April 2024 - Commons Chamber
Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport
Kirsty Blackman speeches from: Preventable Sight Loss
Kirsty Blackman contributed 2 speeches (944 words)
Tuesday 30th April 2024 - Westminster Hall
Department of Health and Social Care


Written Answers
Asylum: Aberdeen
Asked by: Kirsty Blackman (Scottish National Party - Aberdeen North)
Tuesday 7th May 2024

Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many and what proportion of offers for dispersal accommodation for asylum seekers in Aberdeen have been made to asylum seekers staying in (a) contingency and (b) bridging hotel accommodation in Scotland in each of the last 12 months.

Answered by Tom Pursglove - Minister of State (Minister for Legal Migration and Delivery)

Bridging hotel accommodation was previously used to temporarily house Afghans resettling in the UK and has not been used to accommodate asylum seekers. As of 31 August 2023, we have successfully ended the use of bridging hotels for legally resettled Afghans.

Asylum accommodation is offered on a no choice basis. Asylum seekers receiving asylum support may be accommodated in any area of the UK where the Home Office has a supply of accommodation available and ready to use.

Data on the number of supported asylum seekers in accommodation (including in contingency hotels and other contingency accommodation) is published in table Asy_D11 here: Asylum and resettlement datasets - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk). Data is published on a quarterly basis.

Asylum: Aberdeen
Asked by: Kirsty Blackman (Scottish National Party - Aberdeen North)
Tuesday 7th May 2024

Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, if he will make an estimate of the number of asylum seekers that have been transferred from (a) contingency and (b) bridging hotel accommodation in England to similar accommodation in Aberdeen in each of the last 12 months.

Answered by Tom Pursglove - Minister of State (Minister for Legal Migration and Delivery)

Bridging hotel accommodation was previously used to temporarily house Afghans resettling in the UK and has not been used to accommodate asylum seekers. As of 31 August 2023, we have successfully ended the use of bridging hotels for legally resettled Afghans.

Asylum accommodation is offered on a no choice basis. Asylum seekers receiving asylum support may be accommodated in any area of the UK where the Home Office has a supply of accommodation available and ready to use.

Data on the number of supported asylum seekers in accommodation (including in contingency hotels and other contingency accommodation) is published in table Asy_D11 here: Asylum and resettlement datasets - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk). Data is published on a quarterly basis.

Asylum: Aberdeen
Asked by: Kirsty Blackman (Scottish National Party - Aberdeen North)
Tuesday 7th May 2024

Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many vacant places there are in asylum seeker (a) contingency and (b) bridging hotels in Aberdeen.

Answered by Tom Pursglove - Minister of State (Minister for Legal Migration and Delivery)

Bridging hotel accommodation was previously used to temporarily house Afghans resettling in the UK and has not been used to accommodate asylum seekers. As of 31 August 2023, we have successfully ended the use of bridging hotels for legally resettled Afghans.

Asylum accommodation is offered on a no choice basis. Asylum seekers receiving asylum support may be accommodated in any area of the UK where the Home Office has a supply of accommodation available and ready to use.

Data on the number of supported asylum seekers in accommodation (including in contingency hotels and other contingency accommodation) is published in table Asy_D11 here: Asylum and resettlement datasets - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk). Data is published on a quarterly basis.

Asylum: Aberdeen
Asked by: Kirsty Blackman (Scottish National Party - Aberdeen North)
Tuesday 7th May 2024

Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, if he will make an estimate of the number of asylum seekers that have been transferred from (a) contingency and (b) bridging hotel accommodation in Aberdeen to similar accommodation in England in each of the last 12 months.

Answered by Tom Pursglove - Minister of State (Minister for Legal Migration and Delivery)

Bridging hotel accommodation was previously used to temporarily house Afghans resettling in the UK and has not been used to accommodate asylum seekers. As of 31 August 2023, we have successfully ended the use of bridging hotels for legally resettled Afghans.

Asylum accommodation is offered on a no choice basis. Asylum seekers receiving asylum support may be accommodated in any area of the UK where the Home Office has a supply of accommodation available and ready to use.

Data on the number of supported asylum seekers in accommodation (including in contingency hotels and other contingency accommodation) is published in table Asy_D11 here: Asylum and resettlement datasets - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk). Data is published on a quarterly basis.

Asylum: Scotland
Asked by: Kirsty Blackman (Scottish National Party - Aberdeen North)
Tuesday 7th May 2024

Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, if he will make an estimate of the cost to the public purse of transporting asylum seekers in taxis to (a) contingency and (b) bridging hotels from (i) Aberdeen to (ii) Glasgow in each of the last 12 months.

Answered by Tom Pursglove - Minister of State (Minister for Legal Migration and Delivery)

Bridging hotel accommodation was previously used to temporarily house Afghans resettling in the UK and has not been used to accommodate asylum seekers. As of 31 August 2023, we have successfully ended the use of bridging hotels for legally resettled Afghans.

Costs are considered to be commercially confidential, therefore the Home Office does not publish this information. The total expenditure on asylum is published in the Home Office Annual Report and Accounts, available at HO annual reports and accounts - GOV.UK.

The AASC Requirements below gives a detailed breakdown of all of the services to be undertaken by our accommodation providers and to the standards we expect. Full details of our polices:

http://data.parliament.uk/DepositedPapers/Files/DEP2018-1112/AASC_-_Schedule_2_-_Statement_of_Requirements.pdf.

Asylum: Scotland
Asked by: Kirsty Blackman (Scottish National Party - Aberdeen North)
Tuesday 7th May 2024

Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, if he will make an estimate of the cost to the public purse of transporting asylum seekers in taxis to (a) contingency and (b) bridging hotels from (i) Glasgow to (ii) Aberdeen in each of the last 12 months.

Answered by Tom Pursglove - Minister of State (Minister for Legal Migration and Delivery)

Bridging hotel accommodation was previously used to temporarily house Afghans resettling in the UK and has not been used to accommodate asylum seekers. As of 31 August 2023, we have successfully ended the use of bridging hotels for legally resettled Afghans.

Costs are considered to be commercially confidential, therefore the Home Office does not publish this information. The total expenditure on asylum is published in the Home Office Annual Report and Accounts, available at HO annual reports and accounts - GOV.UK.

The AASC Requirements below gives a detailed breakdown of all of the services to be undertaken by our accommodation providers and to the standards we expect. Full details of our polices:

http://data.parliament.uk/DepositedPapers/Files/DEP2018-1112/AASC_-_Schedule_2_-_Statement_of_Requirements.pdf.

Asylum: Scotland
Asked by: Kirsty Blackman (Scottish National Party - Aberdeen North)
Tuesday 7th May 2024

Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, if he will make an estimate of the number of taxis that have taken asylum seekers between (a) contingency and (b) bridging hotel accommodation from (i) Aberdeen to (ii) Glasgow in each of the last 12 months.

Answered by Tom Pursglove - Minister of State (Minister for Legal Migration and Delivery)

Bridging hotel accommodation was previously used to temporarily house Afghans resettling in the UK and has not been used to accommodate asylum seekers. As of 31 August 2023, we have successfully ended the use of bridging hotels for legally resettled Afghans.

Costs are considered to be commercially confidential, therefore the Home Office does not publish this information. The total expenditure on asylum is published in the Home Office Annual Report and Accounts, available at HO annual reports and accounts - GOV.UK.

The AASC Requirements below gives a detailed breakdown of all of the services to be undertaken by our accommodation providers and to the standards we expect. Full details of our polices:

http://data.parliament.uk/DepositedPapers/Files/DEP2018-1112/AASC_-_Schedule_2_-_Statement_of_Requirements.pdf.

Asylum: Scotland
Asked by: Kirsty Blackman (Scottish National Party - Aberdeen North)
Tuesday 7th May 2024

Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, if he will make an estimate of the number of taxis that have taken asylum seekers between (a) contingency and (b) bridging hotel accommodation from (i) Glasgow to (ii) Aberdeen in each of the last 12 months.

Answered by Tom Pursglove - Minister of State (Minister for Legal Migration and Delivery)

Bridging hotel accommodation was previously used to temporarily house Afghans resettling in the UK and has not been used to accommodate asylum seekers. As of 31 August 2023, we have successfully ended the use of bridging hotels for legally resettled Afghans.

Costs are considered to be commercially confidential, therefore the Home Office does not publish this information. The total expenditure on asylum is published in the Home Office Annual Report and Accounts, available at HO annual reports and accounts - GOV.UK.

The AASC Requirements below gives a detailed breakdown of all of the services to be undertaken by our accommodation providers and to the standards we expect. Full details of our polices:

http://data.parliament.uk/DepositedPapers/Files/DEP2018-1112/AASC_-_Schedule_2_-_Statement_of_Requirements.pdf.

Asylum: Hotels
Asked by: Kirsty Blackman (Scottish National Party - Aberdeen North)
Tuesday 7th May 2024

Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, if he will make an estimate of the cost to the public purse of transporting asylum seekers in taxis between (a) contingency and (b) bridging hotels in each of the last 12 months.

Answered by Tom Pursglove - Minister of State (Minister for Legal Migration and Delivery)

Bridging hotel accommodation was previously used to temporarily house Afghans resettling in the UK and has not been used to accommodate asylum seekers. As of 31 August 2023, we have successfully ended the use of bridging hotels for legally resettled Afghans.

Costs are considered to be commercially confidential, therefore the Home Office does not publish this information. The total expenditure on asylum is published in the Home Office Annual Report and Accounts, available at HO annual reports and accounts - GOV.UK.

The AASC Requirements below gives a detailed breakdown of all of the services to be undertaken by our accommodation providers and to the standards we expect. Full details of our polices:

http://data.parliament.uk/DepositedPapers/Files/DEP2018-1112/AASC_-_Schedule_2_-_Statement_of_Requirements.pdf.




Kirsty Blackman mentioned

Parliamentary Debates
Global Intergenerational Week 2024
17 speeches (8,329 words)
Thursday 9th May 2024 - Westminster Hall
Department for Business and Trade
Mentions:
1: Anneliese Dodds (LAB - Oxford East) Member for Aberdeen North (Kirsty Blackman) talked about children being brought into residential homes - Link to Speech
2: Stuart Andrew (Con - Pudsey) Member for Aberdeen North (Kirsty Blackman) mentioned, if young people are disengaged from school—I say - Link to Speech
3: Marion Fellows (SNP - Motherwell and Wishaw) Friend the Member for Aberdeen North (Kirsty Blackman) is very fortunate, to have had five generations - Link to Speech

Preventable Sight Loss
23 speeches (7,997 words)
Tuesday 30th April 2024 - Westminster Hall
Department of Health and Social Care
Mentions:
1: Andrew Stephenson (Con - Pendle) Member for Aberdeen North (Kirsty Blackman) and the shadow Minister, the hon. - Link to Speech




Kirsty Blackman - Select Committee Information

Calendar
Monday 13th May 2024 3:30 p.m.
Procedure Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: The procedure of the House of Commons and the territorial constitution
At 4:00pm: Oral evidence
Rt Hon Penny Mordaunt MP, Leader of the House - Leader at House of Commons
View calendar
Wednesday 22nd May 2024 2:30 p.m.
Procedure Committee - Private Meeting
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Select Committee Documents
Monday 13th May 2024
Report - Second Report - Written Parliamentary Questions: Departmental Performance in Session 2022–23

Procedure Committee
Wednesday 22nd May 2024
Correspondence - Correspondence from the Parliamentary Secretary, HM Treasury relating to the quality of responses to Written Parliamentary Questions, dated 13 May 2024

Procedure Committee
Wednesday 22nd May 2024
Correspondence - Correspondence from the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Sentencing relating to the quality of responses to Written Parliamentary Questions, dated 9 May 2024

Procedure Committee
Wednesday 22nd May 2024
Correspondence - Correspondence from the Secretary of State for Business and Trade relating to the quality of responses to Written Parliamentary Questions, dated 20 May 2024

Procedure Committee
Thursday 23rd May 2024
Correspondence - Correspondence from the Chair to the Leader of the House of Commons regarding extending proxy voting arrangements into the next Parliament, dated 23 May 2024

Procedure Committee