Monday, 15 October 2018
The Secretary of State was asked—
What estimate the Government have made of the number of jobs created in the UK since 2010.
What recent assessment she has made of the (a) accuracy and (b) efficiency of contracted-out health assessments for employment and support allowance and personal independence payment.
What assessment she has made of the effect on the public purse of the five-week wait to transition to universal credit.
What steps her Department has taken to ensure that claiming universal credit online is accessible to blind and partially sighted people.
What assessment she has made of the effectiveness of the advice and support offered to recipients of universal credit in Scotland.
What assessment her Department has made of recent trends in the average level of household debt for people in receipt of universal credit.
What steps the Government have taken to improve universal credit since autumn 2017.
What steps the Government are taking to ensure that the benefits system is able to meet the changing needs of claimants.
What steps the Government are taking to help people with disabilities into work.
What steps the Government have taken to enable industry to deliver the pensions dashboard.
What progress she has made on the roll-out of universal credit throughout the UK.
We now come to topical questions. Brevity is of the essence.
With permission, Mr Speaker, I would like to update the House ahead of this week’s European Council. We are entering the final stages of these negotiations. This is the time for cool, calm...
With permission, Mr Speaker, I will make a statement to this House. As the Prime Minister said earlier this year, the international determination to address climate change and deliver a cleaner...
Before I call the Under-Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, the hon. Member for Chatham and Aylesford (Tracey Crouch), to make the next statement, let me say that I know...
On a point of order, Mr Speaker. Last Tuesday, in the urgent question on clinical waste, the Minister of State explicitly denied that the scandal was a result of a lack of incinerator capacity....
Bill to be considered tomorrow.
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—(Wendy Morton.)
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