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Pudsey MP Stuart Andrew – Parliamentary votes and debates 17-23 October 2022

Here is a weekly update on how Pudsey Conservative MP Stuart Andrew has voted in recent parliamentary sessions and also any debates he’s taken part in.

As part of the service offered by TheyWorkForYou, we receive daily summaries of voting and debate participation for the MP. These are catalogued and this weekly summary is produced in chronological order.

We’re publishing the information about the votes, as well as a link to the debate. Click on the links in the headlines for further information.

Commons votes

Ban on Fracking for Shale Gas Bill

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19 Oct 2022

Voted no (division #66; result was 229 aye, 323 no)

Lawfare and Investigative Journalism

18 Oct 2022

Voted no (division #60; result was 186 aye, 309 no)

Lawfare and Investigative Journalism

18 Oct 2022

Voted no (division #61; result was 184 aye, 307 no)

Lawfare and Investigative Journalism

18 Oct 2022

Voted aye (division #62; result was 295 aye, 110 no)

Public Order Bill – Clause 16 – Serious disruption prevention order made on conviction

18 Oct 2022

Voted no (division #63; result was 234 aye, 291 no)

Public Order Bill – New Schedule 1 – Injunctions in Secretary of State proceedings: powers to remand

18 Oct 2022

Voted aye (division #64; result was 277 aye, 231 no)

Commons debates

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Topical Questions (20 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: The hon. Lady is right to highlight the importance of museums. Our Department is aware of the situation that she has raised and the Arts Council has been in direct contact, but I will keep a close eye on this and will keep her updated on any progress.

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Topical Questions (20 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: I understand the importance of and the attachment that many fans have for the fan-led review and recognise that this is a very important sport nationally. Obviously, as a new Minister, I want to take the time to look at it in detail, which is what I am doing at the moment. I am pleased to say that my first meeting was actually with the fans’ groups to hear their views first.

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Topical Questions (20 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: It seems, following the earlier question from the hon. Member for Bradford East (Imran Hussain), that I am going to have a day trip to Bradford, which I am more than happy to do, considering that it is right next door to my constituency. I was pleased to be at the launch of the men’s tournament; it is fantastic that we are hosting the rugby league world cup, and the hon. Lady rightly…

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Topical Questions (20 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: Sadly, my hon. Friend’s example demonstrates the need for reform within football. I can tell him that I am taking this matter incredibly seriously, which is why I want to take the time to review and ensure that we are getting this right. We want to give confidence to all the fans who enjoy this great sport.

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Topical Questions (20 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: The hon. Gentleman is very good at pushing me on points, but I am sure he would accept that it is only right that I check all the details before making commitments. I assure him, though, that we will be publishing the White Paper very soon.

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Topical Questions (20 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: My right hon. Friend the Secretary of State has met both organisations; as I say, my first engagement was with the Football Supporters’ Association. It is right to listen to all those views, and we are aware of discussions that are happening across the various groups, but I recognise that reform is needed. That is the firmest commitment I can give at this stage.

Written answers

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Sports: Schools (21 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: Sport and physical activity provide important physical and mental health benefits and also help to develop vital social connections and leadership skills that will set young people up for life. The Government is committed to ensuring that children and young people can be physically active and to increase the chances for children to take part in competitive sport. The School Games form a key…

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Cricket: Racial Discrimination (20 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: The Government is clear that racism has no place in cricket, sport, or society at large.We were extremely concerned by the reports of racism at Yorkshire County Cricket Club and in the sport generally that emerged last year. We welcome the steps taken so far by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and the chair of the Yorkshire County Cricket Club, Lord Patel, to address these issues….

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Football Governance Fan-led Review (20 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: The Government published its response to the recommendations of the Fan Led Review of Football Governance in April 2022 and we recognise the need for football to be reformed to ensure the game’s sustainability in the long term. We are now taking the time to consider the policy. We remain committed to publishing a White Paper setting out our detailed response to the Fan Led Review in due course.

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Arts and Charities: Government Assistance (20 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: Charities are seeing increased demand for services, and both Civil Society and cultural organisations are facing higher energy prices. That is why the government took action to support such organisations with their bills over the winter, as part of our Energy Bill Relief Scheme. The department will continue to engage constructively across the cultural and charitable sectors to monitor the…

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Natural History Museum: Zimbabwe (19 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: Decisions relating to museum collections are a matter for the trustees of each museum, who operate independently of the government. This includes the institutions’ responses to requests for repatriation of human remains. The Natural History Museum will consider any request for the return of human remains, and we understand they are working with Zimbabwe on this matter.

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Football Governance Fan-led Review (18 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: The Government published its response to the recommendations made by the Independent Fan Led Review of Football Governance in April 2022. We absolutely recognise the need for football to be reformed to ensure the game’s sustainability in the long term. We are now taking the time to consider the policy, and are continuing to engage with the Football Authorities and fan groups as this policy…

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Future of Women’s Football Review: Finance (18 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: The Independent Review of the Future of Women’s Football will be supported by a Secretariat of officials from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and the Football Association, with use of additional resources as appropriate.

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Future of Women’s Football Review: Civil Servants (18 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: The Independent Chair of the Women’s Football Review will be supported by a Secretariat of officials from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and the Football Association. A full report is expected to be published early next year, with the government formally responding shortly afterwards.

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Future of Women’s Football Review (18 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: The themes of the Future of Women’s Football Review explore a range of opportunities within the women’s game. These were developed and informed by the findings of the Fan Led Review, conversations with industry experts, and in consultation with the Review Chair. Women’s football has developed at pace in recent years, and the success of the Lionesses at the Euros highlighted that. As we…

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Football: Czechia (18 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: The safety of fans at the 2023 UEFA Europa Conference League Final will be the responsibility of the stadium owners and UEFA. All relevant UK bodies (including the Sports Ground Safety Authority and the UK Football Policing Unit) will engage with the appropriate organisations to assist with security planning if a UK team is involved.

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Charities: Political Activities (18 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: For many years, the Charity Commission has published clear guidance on political and campaigning activity by charities. The Charity Commission also recently published a shorter and more accessible version of this guidance (a ‘5-minute guide’), to help communicate its key principles to charity trustees. If an individual has concerns that a charity’s political or campaigning activity goes…

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Cultural Heritage: Havering (18 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: DCMS has had no recent discussions with Havering Council or other groups in the London Borough of Havering about these matters.

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Historic Buildings: Havering (18 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: DCMS is not aware of any Building Preservation Notices having been served in the London Borough of Havering within the last five years.

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Listed Buildings: Havering (18 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: The current number of Listed Buildings in Romford, and in the London Borough of Havering, is detailed in the table below: Romford London Borough of Havering Number of Grade I Listed Buildings 0* 6 Number of Grade II* Listed Buildings 1* 15 Number of Grade II Listed Buildings 10* 126 Total 11* 147 * These figures represent a subset of those for the London Borough of…

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Economic Growth (18 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: The Government strongly supports the social enterprise sector’s contribution to society and the economy. Social enterprises create jobs for those excluded from the labour market, directly address social challenges and build social capital within communities. Policy relating to social enterprise is devolved. In England the government will continue to support the sector through access to…

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Civil Society: Cost of Living (18 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: As households and communities face rising energy prices over the winter, charities are seeing higher demand for their services while contending with the same price increases themselves. That is why the government announced the Energy Bill Relief Scheme, supporting all charities, public sector organisations and businesses with their energy costs this winter by offering an energy price…

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Health Hazards: Rubber (18 Oct 2022)

Stuart Andrew: Artificial grass pitches are recognised as a durable, safe, year-round playing surfaces, able to withstand intensive use and all kinds of weather. They mean more people can benefit from the social and health benefits of physical activity. We recognise the concerns that have been raised about the safety and environmental impact associated with these pitches, and take them very seriously. Sport…

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