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Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (22 October 2014)

Impact on NHS funds of the reforms introduced under the Health and Social Care Act 2012. Oral Questions

Upcoming Business – Lords: Select Committee (22 October 2014)

Home Affairs, Health and Education (EU Sub-Committee F): EU Alcohol Strategy 2016–2022. 10:30 am; Room 3A, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 10.45am) evidence will be heard from Crispin Acton, Programme Manager, Alcohol Misuse, Department of Health; Lindsay Wilkinson, Deputy Director, Department of Health; Sarah Godman, NHS European Office; and the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills.

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (21 October 2014)

Education: PSHE and SRE in schools. 9:30 am; The Wilson Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: ...; Janet Palmer, Her Majesty's Inspector and National lead for PSHE education, Ofsted, Lucy Emmerson, Coordinator, Sex Education Forum, Heather Robinson, School Health Team Leader, Barts Health NHS Trust and Carol Jones, Headteacher, Hornsey School for Girls

Criminal Justice and Courts Bill — Report (1st Day) (20 October 2014) See 1 other result from this debate

Baroness Barker: ...the matter in some detail with my friend in another place Paul Burstow, who was responsible for all the research work that went into this. He worked with the main investigators of Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust and Winterbourne View. I invite the Minister to look at Clause 20(1)(b), which refers to the duties and failures of care providers. I understand where the fears expressed by...

West Cumberland Hospital (20 October 2014) See 7 other results from this debate

Daniel Poulter: ...make the decisions about health care in Whitehaven and Cumbria. Before I move on to the specifics of the issues raised by the hon. Gentleman, it is worth noting the long-running issues at North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust and the progress that has been made towards addressing them. Because of a history of high mortality rates—which means that more people were dying at the...

Children: Obesity — Question (20 October 2014)

Baroness Benjamin: ...across the country. In some areas, 40% of children are overweight. Medical and dental experts are raising concerns about obesity and health issues in children and millions are being spent by the NHS because of this. Does my noble friend agree that this epidemic has to be called a national emergency and that someone at Cabinet level should be responsible for co-ordinating strategy across...

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (20 October 2014)

Public Accounts: Funding healthcare: making allocations to local areas. 3:15 pm; Room 15, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: Una O'Brien, Permanent Secretary, Department of Health, Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England, Richard Douglas, Director General of Finance and NHS, Department of Health and Paul Baumann, Chief Finance Officer, NHS England

Written Answers — House of Lords: Glen Parva Young Offender Institution (20 October 2014) See 1 other result from this answer

Lord Beecham: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what discussions they have had with NHS England regarding the design of the proposed secure college at HM Young Offender Institution Glen Parva, and with what outcome.

The Chairman of Ways and Means took the Chair as Deputy Speaker (Standing Order No. 3) — European Union (Referendum) Bill (17 October 2014)

Mike Gapes: ...8212;working or retired—in other EU countries. If we leave the EU, their livelihoods, and possibly their residence and legal status, will be jeopardised. We might see a huge increase in demand on our NHS from elderly people coming back to this country. Why should they not have the right to vote, as British citizens, on a decision that could greatly affect their position? Similarly,...

Cycling (16 October 2014) See 3 other results from this debate

Robert Goodwill: ...is also good for the economy. Cycling supports businesses through producing more motivated and productive staff who miss fewer days due to sickness and absence. Increased cycling and walking will save the NHS billions in the cost of treating diabetes, heart disease and mental ill health, as my hon. Friend the Member for Cambridge pointed out in his speech. Cycling in inner-city areas...

Business of the House (16 October 2014)

Angela Eagle: ...yesterday: “Those words will haunt him,” but is it not the truth that those words will haunt this Government until Lord Freud resigns? Senior Tories finally admitted this week that their toxic reorganisation of the NHS has been their biggest mistake in Government—and they are right. Patients are waiting longer in A and E; they are waiting longer to see their GP; and...

Women and Equalities: Public Institutions (16 October 2014)

Julian Smith: ...in public sector roles? Will she pay tribute to Ros Tolcher, who has become the chief executive of Harrogate hospital, which serves part of my constituency, taking to 100% the female leadership of NHS hospitals supporting Skipton and Ripon?

Written Ministerial Statements — House of Lords: Health: Triennial Review of NHS Litigation Authority (16 October 2014)

Earl Howe: ...Under Secretary of State (Dr Dan Poulter) has made the following written ministerial statement. I am today announcing that the Department of Health is commencing a Triennial Review of the NHS Litigation Authority. This review forms part of the first tranche of reviews to be announced this session. Triennial reviews of arms-length bodies are a key part of the Department’s stewardship...

Written Ministerial Statements — House of Lords: Immigration (16 October 2014)

Lord Bates: ...Commissioner to combat rogue immigration advisers. Finally, powers are being brought into force to enable us in due course to lay before Parliament the secondary legislation needed to implement the NHS health surcharge and to implement the changes to the process for giving notice of marriage or civil partnership to combat sham marriages and civil partnerships. Reforms are also being made...

Written Ministerial Statements — Health: NHS Litigation Authority (Triennial Review) (16 October 2014)

Daniel Poulter: I am today announcing that the Department of Health is commencing a triennial review of the NHS Litigation Authority. This review forms part of the first tranche of reviews to be announced this Session. Triennial reviews of arms-length bodies are a key part of the Department’s stewardship and assurance of the health and care system, they also contribute to the Government’s wider...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Department: Immigration Appeals System (16 October 2014)

James Brokenshire: ...Commissioner to combat rogue immigration advisers. Finally, powers are being brought into force to enable us in due course to lay before Parliament the secondary legislation needed to implement the NHS health surcharge and to implement the changes to the process for giving notice of marriage or civil partnership to combat sham marriages and civil partnerships. Reforms are also being made...

Written Ministerial Statements — Justice: Secure College Rules (16 October 2014)

Chris Grayling: ...range of subjects and vocational activities than is possible anywhere within the current youth estate. This is mirrored in the healthcare facilities which have been designed in collaboration with NHS England and are focused on provision of healthcare at least comparable to that offered in the community. In addition, the secure college pathfinder design will enable substantial access to...

Wales Bill — Committee (2nd Day) (Continued) (15 October 2014)

Lord Wigley: ...at that time that it was probably an underestimate. Since 1999 the aggregate shortfall in Wales arising from the Barnett underfunding of the necessary services amounts to more than 5 billion. That is why our NHS, education system and local government have been inadequately financed. Services vital to the people of Wales are being squeezed because successive Governments at Westminster...

Public Sector Executive Pay and Governance (15 October 2014) See 1 other result from this debate

Andrea Leadsom: ...are having to make difficult spending decisions themselves. My hon. Friend has raised a number of important points, including pay in the public sector and its link to performance, especially in the NHS, and the excessive use of middle-management jobs and consultants. I want to address each of those, but before I do so, I want to say that I am aware that my hon. Friend has raised with...

Opposition Day — [6th Allotted Day]: NHS Services (Access) (15 October 2014) See 67 other results from this debate

Daniel Poulter: It is a pleasure to conclude this debate and to speak to the contributions of hon. Friends and hon. Members. It is a pity that when we have NHS debates, they sometimes become unnecessarily tribal and partisan. Some Labour Members often seek to talk down the local NHS rather than to stand up for their hard-working NHS staff who deliver high-quality services on the ground. I want to talk about...

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