Archived from the original on 5 September I find myself in agreement with the concerns expressed by the Chair of the Women and Equalities Committee about the far-reaching implications of new clause 10, which relates to abortion law changes in Northern Ireland but has implications for England and Wales, too.
Retrieved 21 May Retrieved 10 February The process we are undertaking this afternoon does not assist the talks process—quite the opposite.
I can add little to the speeches made by my hon. UK Politics. I understand that, if it was not for the fact that we do not have an Assembly, this would absolutely not be the right way forward, but we do not have an Assembly and we will not have one any time soon. In this context, it is clearly appropriate to mention the sad passing this morning of Sir Anthony Hart, the chair of the inquiry which did such fantastic work in relation to victims of historical institutional abuse.
January I rise to address new clause 10 with great reluctance, because none of us wanted the governance of Northern Ireland to be in this position today. Previous relationships Three quarters of civil partnerships in the UK were to couples where both partners were single.
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May I draw the right hon. I will take one intervention , given that I have made so many myself. From an early age I developed those beliefs, going to church without the support of my family. At the minute, however, the Assembly and the Executive exist in the ether, or as a concept, not in reality, so if they cannot make this law, we will make it here, because, as I have said often, rights delayed are rights denied.
The actions include appointing a national LGBT health adviser in the National Health Service to tackle health inequalities, an extension of the anti-homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying programme and a commitment to end the practice of conversion therapy in the United Kingdom.