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Scottish Parliament: Transplantation (Authorisation of Removal of Organs etc) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (9 Feb 2016)

Anne McTaggart: ...It has been a huge privilege to hear the personal stories of those whose lives have been affected by waiting on an organ transplant and those who have been given the gift of life. From the bottom of my heart, I sincerely thank them for sharing their experiences. I know that it has not been easy for them. The bill is for them. Members should be in no doubt that people want us to introduce a...

Cycling: Government Investment (3 Feb 2016)

Julian Knight: ...in my fourth road bicycle this weekend, much to my wife’s chagrin— [ Interruption. ] Only my fourth. Will he reflect on the health benefits of cycling for a moment, considering that the British Heart Foundation has found that cyclists live an average of three years longer than those who take no exercise whatsoever? Admittedly, those extra three years are spent clad in...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Strategic Oversight Board (1 Feb 2016)

Lord Prior of Brampton: ...Davies Department of Health Dawn Monaghan Information Commissioner's Office Dr Aisling Burnand Association of Medical Research Charities Dr Ben Goldacre Bad Science Dr Grant Ingrams British Medical Association Dr Janet Valentine Clinical Practice Research Datalink Dr Mike Knapton British Heart Foundation Eve Roodhouse Health and Social Care Information Centre Gary...

Welfare Reform and Work Bill: Report (2nd Day) (27 Jan 2016)

Baroness Sherlock: ...in relation to universal credit. First, the incentives to enter and progress in work have been severely damaged by a succession of changes made by the Government. As the director of the Resolution Foundation observed, universal credit was set to be 2.3 billion more expensive than the six benefits it replaced. Indeed, versions of the policy early in the last Parliament were even more...

[Mr George Howarth in the Chair] — Onshore Oil and Gas (26 Jan 2016)

Angela Smith: ...gas industry offers one of those rare opportunities to create new demand for steel—something we badly need at the moment—and a new sense of hope that there is a positive future for one of our foundation industries. As United Kingdom Onshore Oil and Gas points out, the crisis that the industry faces will not be solved just by dealing with issues relating to energy and business...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (26 Jan 2016)

Lord Nash: ...necessary skills to leave school prepared for life in modern Britain. Personal Social Health and Economic (PSHE) education has a vital role to play in this and we want all schools to put it at the heart of their curriculum. This includes developing character traits like self-confidence, motivation and resilience. These traits support academic attainment, are valued by employers, and...

NHS (Charitable Trusts Etc) Bill: Clause 1 — Removal of Secretary of State’s powers to appoint trustees (22 Jan 2016)

Jane Ellison: ...his local charity for its work on this important undertaking. I am glad that, as has been mentioned, the Chancellor was able to give 1 million to this important cause, which is working with the British Heart Foundation to bring far more defibrillators into public places in North East Somerset and far beyond. I thank my hon. Friend for his question about the use of the NHS logo. I...

[Mr Charles Walker in the Chair] — Backbench Business — UK Steel Industry (21 Jan 2016)

Kevin Brennan: ...their disposal, including their influence and every Government Department, including the Treasury, and using their imaginations in working with industry to bring about the saving of the capacity of this country to produce steel. That is what is at the heart of this debate. There is a question that the Minister will have to answer about the Government’s view on the minimum strategic...

Backbench Business — Childhood Obesity Strategy (21 Jan 2016)

Nigel Huddleston: ...reason, given the evidence. The latest Ofcom figures show that two thirds of children watch television during what is considered adult airtime, with peak viewing for children between 7 pm and 8 pm. The British Heart Foundation found last year that during just one episode of “The X Factor”, a programme that is quite popular with children, there were no fewer than 13 junk food...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (20 Jan 2016)

Lord Nash: ...necessary skills to leave school prepared for life in modern Britain. Personal Social Health and Economic (PSHE) education has a vital role to play in this and we want all schools to put it at the heart of their curriculum. This includes developing character traits like self-confidence, motivation and resilience. These traits support academic attainment, are valued by employers, and...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Education: CPR Training in Schools (19 Jan 2016)

John O'Dowd: As the Member will be aware, within the curriculum, it is perfectly feasible and possible for schools to teach first aid and CPR. Many of our schools avail themselves of the services of the British Heart Foundation, St John Ambulance and other organisations to carry out training in CPR and basic training in first aid etc. There is a wealth of opportunities for schools to avail themselves...

National Health Service — Motion to Take Note (14 Jan 2016)

Lord Turnberg: ...of light relief provided by the Chancellor in the recent spending review, even though that was partly achieved by robbing the budgets for public health, education and NICE. It is hard not to feel, as do the Health Foundation and the Nuffield Council, that this is just another emergency bailout—a temporary fix—when the basic underfunding continues apace as the NHS tries to cope...

Opposition Day — [15th Allotted Day] — Trade, Exports, Innovation and Productivity (13 Jan 2016)

Jeremy Quin: ...the Secretary of State on his paper, “Fixing the foundations”, which back in July tackled head on many of the issues raised in this debate. We have heard today that the paper was too short, but I do not think that British businesses want “War and Peace”; they want simple, workmanlike solutions, and that is what they are getting from the Government. I welcome the...

Airport Expansion: East Anglia — [Mark Pritchard in the Chair] (12 Jan 2016)

Robert Goodwill: ...Cambridge was kind in recognising the high level of agreement on aviation issues, and I am pleased that we will be scrutinised in that spirit. He talked about the sustainability of aviation, which is a subject close to my heart. This year will give us a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to secure a global market-based mechanism at the International Civil Aviation Organisation meeting, so that...

Trade Union Bill: Second Reading (11 Jan 2016)

Lord Livermore: ...and ensuring everyone can reach their full potential can be achieved by government alone. For 10 years I worked in the Treasury as special adviser to the Chancellor of the Exchequer in the last Labour Government. Improving life chances was at the heart of what we sought to achieve. We took action on employment and on child poverty, and the life chances of the poorest improved dramatically....

Immigration Bill — Second Reading (22 Dec 2015)

Lord Paddick: ...Liberal Democrats support proper immigration control. The big question is: is the Bill the way to do it? In his opening remarks, the Minister talked about the Bill having the interests of the country as a whole at heart, but what interests are they? The right reverend Prelate the Bishop of Southwark talked about the fact that there has been no White Paper since 2002, so what is the...

Written Answers — Department of Health: care.data Advisory Group (21 Dec 2015)

Lord Prior of Brampton: ...director of NHS England, and included representatives from the following organisations: - Academy of Medical Royal Colleges; - Association of Medical Research Charities; - Big Brother Watch; - British Heart Foundation; - British Medical Association; - HealthWatch England; - Hurley Group; - Kings College London; - Kings Fund; - medConfidential; - MIND; - National Institute for Health...

National Lottery — Motion to Take Note (17 Dec 2015)

Lord Holmes of Richmond: ...by thanking noble Lords who will be speaking in this debate for the expertise and wisdom that they will bring, not least my noble friends Lord True and Lady Bottomley: the former ensconced at the very heart of Downing Street at the time that the National Lottery came about; the latter one of the first Secretaries of State for Culture Media and Sport, seeing fundamentally and at first hand...

[Mr Clive Betts in the Chair] — Backbench Business — Tobacco Control Strategy (17 Dec 2015)

Kevin Barron: ...smoke in Rotherham, which is about the same as the national average. That amounts to some 37,391 people. Nearly 500 people in Rotherham die from smoke-related diseases every year—primarily cancer, heart disease and respiratory diseases. An estimated 900 children in Rotherham start smoking every year, and it is important to remember that two thirds of smokers start before the age of...


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