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Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust (3 May 2016)

Alistair Burt: ...of last week’s report from the Care Quality Commission. Our first duty to patients and their loved ones is to keep them safe. This applies to all of us with a role to play in the NHS, from the frontline to this House, and the Government are therefore clear that it is imperative to be open and transparent about what has gone wrong in order to minimise the risk of similar failings...

Ealing Hospital (3 May 2016)

Jane Ellison: ...who work in our national health service. Despite the debates that we have in this place about reconfigurations and the like, all of us are united in praise of the dedication of those working on the frontline to provide first-class services to all in their care. There is of course considerable ongoing interest in the changes in north-west London proposed under the “Shaping a healthier...

Written Answers — Home Office: Female Genital Mutilation (3 May 2016)

Karen Bradley: On 1 April the Government published updated multi-agency guidance on female genital mutilation (FGM), which we have placed on a statutory footing for the first time. The guidance applies to all frontline professionals in England and Wales, and includes steps police and social services should take when a girl is identified as being at risk of FGM. The guidance will help increase awareness of...

Hillsborough (27 Apr 2016)

Alec Shelbrooke: ...a huge amount of respect for the hon. Member for Sheffield South East (Mr Betts), who is no longer in his place—indeed, we have debated this. He is absolutely right to say that police officers on the frontline for South Yorkshire police do an outstanding job every day and deserve our respect. But the behaviour of South Yorkshire police during this inquiry, and the subsequent...

Policing and Crime Bill: Application of Firearms Act 1968 to the police: special constables and volunteers (26 Apr 2016)

Antoinette Sandbach: ...the impression that the leafy shires are better funded than metropolitan areas; that simply is not the case. The difference, particularly in Dyfed–Powys or indeed Cheshire, has been the way the PCC has allocated resources to frontline policing.

Policing and Crime Bill: statutory duty on flooding (26 Apr 2016)

Antoinette Sandbach: The hon. Member for Hornsey and Wood Green (Catherine West) spoke about cuts, but Cheshire’s PCC has been very successful at putting more officers on to the frontline. He is collaborating with his local fire and rescue service, and there will be co-location in the police headquarters in Winsford. That is an example of where co-operation is delivering more for less very effectively, and...

Immigration Bill: Unaccompanied Refugee Children: Relocation and Support (25 Apr 2016)

Jo Cox: ...parents for wanting to escape the horror that their families are experiencing? Children are being killed on their way to school, children as young as seven are being forcefully recruited to the frontline and one in three children have grown up knowing nothing but fear and war. Those children have been exposed to things no child should ever witness, and I know I would risk life and limb to...

BHS (25 Apr 2016)

Martin Docherty: Let me first express the concern that I feel for my own constituents who face the possibility of redundancy, having been on the frontline of retailing for 36 years in the branch of British Home Stores in Clydebank. The Minister mentioned future technologies. Thirty-six years ago, BHS, as a retailer, was the future, and I should like us to have a debate about that in the House. The real...

Junior Doctors Contracts (25 Apr 2016)

Jeremy Hunt: ...emergency cover, which creates particular risks for A&Es, maternity units and intensive care units. I understand the frustration that many junior doctors feel that, because of pressures on the NHS frontline, they are not always able to give patients the highest quality of care that they would like to. I understand that some doctors may disagree with the Government about our seven-day...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Accident and Emergency Departments (25 Apr 2016)

Jane Ellison: ...taking account of guidance issued by NHS England. This guidance includes Safer, faster better: good practice in delivering urgent and emergency care, which was published in August 2015, to support frontline providers and commissioners in re-designing urgent and emergency care services. The guidance states that urgent care centres co-located with emergency departments provide an opportunity...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Paramedical Staff: Mental Health Services (25 Apr 2016)

Jane Ellison: Management of the frontline workforce, including arrangements for any psychological support, is the responsibility of individual ambulance trusts. All ambulance trusts have internal debriefing support services and through occupational health, staff have access to professional counselling services. The Department commissions NHS Employers to support providers of NHS services in ensuring and...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Hospitals (25 Apr 2016)

Jane Ellison: ...and is on call and briefed on relevant events seven days a week, including public holidays. He routinely works on Departmental business at the weekends, which includes attending meetings, visiting frontline services and carrying out official engagements where relevant.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: School Standards (25 Apr 2016)

Nicky Morgan: ...more teachers coming back into teaching. In the White Paper we mentioned that we want to set up a website to save schools the high recruitment costs so that they can reward excellent teachers at the frontline. The most important thing from the recent TES global recruitment survey is that 31% of teachers said that talk of a recruitment crisis was doing their profession down. We want to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Education White Paper (25 Apr 2016)

Nicky Morgan: My hon. Friend is absolutely right to talk about the opportunities offered by schools becoming academies and by fairer funding, which will mean that more money gets to the frontline, that schools are in charge of their own destinies and that they can expand to take on more pupils. We also want local authorities to work with academies to secure more places, and also to secure more free...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Children’s Social Work Sector (25 Apr 2016)

Emma Lewell-Buck: mental health, child protection and adult social care, ensuring that I was able to fully grasp all the issues facing my clients. Will he therefore explain why his Government are investing in Frontline and Think Ahead to the detriment of traditional, more holistic university courses, and are creating specialisms in silos, which is bad for the profession and even worse for the clients?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Maintained Schools (25 Apr 2016)

Nicky Morgan: We know from the international evidence that the more autonomy those on the frontline have—heads, teachers and governors—the more they take responsibility for the results that are achieved. I want the good schools in the hon. Gentleman’s constituency to share their expertise with other schools that are not yet so good. That way we have a strong education system, which is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Academies (25 Apr 2016)

Nick Gibb: ...share his ambition to improve standards of education in Greater Manchester, but it is not a top-down reform; it is devolution in its purest form that gives control of schools to the professionals on the frontline. That is what this is about. He should be supporting the measures because they will raise academic standards right across our schools system.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Topical Questions (25 Apr 2016)

Nicky Morgan: ...conversations about academies and schools in his constituency. He can write to me with further details, but, yes, the pupil premium money has to be spent on those most in need and has to get to the frontline.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Offenders: Rehabilitation (22 Apr 2016)

Caroline Dinenage: ...of employers in prison through One3One Solutions and engagement by Prison Governors. But we want Governors to do more so we are putting the tools to drive this change in the hands of those at the frontline who best know what works. We are keen to increase the number of employers who can provide valuable vocational work for offenders while in prison and who are able to offer them support...

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