Results 81–100 of 6739 for speaker:Alan Johnson

Autism: Diagnosis of Children, Hull (5 Jan 2015)

Alan Johnson: My hon. Friend is making a very powerful case. Does she remember that we were told that the review of CAMHS services in Hull in 2013 that led to the closure of the tier 4 unit—the in-patient facility at West End—was designed so that more resources could be put into early assessment and early diagnosis? Does she believe that we now have the worst of all worlds, with no in-patient CAMHS...

Written Answers — Department of Health: NHS: Negligence (10 Nov 2014)

Alan Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, how many families have received compensation and of what value in cases where a deaf child has received an incorrect diagnosis from NHS audiology services in the last five years.

Written Answers — Department for Education: Foster Care (4 Nov 2014)

Alan Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how many looked-after children in each local authority were in a foster care placement on 31 March (a) 2008, (b) 2010, (c) 2013 and (d) 2014; how many such children in each local authority were in a foster care placement with a relative or friend (i) inside and (ii) outside the authority boundary on each of those dates; how many such children in...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Children in Care (30 Oct 2014)

Alan Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how many looked-after children in England also have a sibling in care; and how many looked-after children in England are (a) living with at least one of their siblings and (b) not living with any of their siblings.

Vince Morgan (17 Jul 2014)

Alan Johnson: That, of course, raises a question for the parents. Vince was 28 coming up to 29, so he was an adult, but everyone knew that his severe, chronic mental health problems meant that, in effect, he was acting like a child. Why would the prison service not consult his parents—his mother being his registered carer—about the need to transfer him from one prison to another? How could the transfer...

Vince Morgan (17 Jul 2014)

Alan Johnson: The Minister is a decent man, and I appreciate that he has come to the Chamber with a brief. It was kind of him to offer to write me a letter, but there is no need for that if he will give me a meeting. We need to discuss these matters in more detail. I have read all that stuff about wraparound care and all such really good stuff. We said the same thing in government, so this is not a party...

Vince Morgan (17 Jul 2014)

Alan Johnson: Vincent Morgan died on the night of 28 December 2012. He was found hanging in his prison cell in A wing of Northallerton prison. He had also swallowed a plastic knife that was found in his oesophagus. Vincent Morgan had committed suicide at 29 years of age. There has since been an investigation by North Yorkshire police, a report by the prisons and probation ombudsman, a verdict of death by...

Bills Presented: Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill (15 Jul 2014)

Alan Johnson: It is a pleasure to follow the right hon. and learned Member for Kensington (Sir Malcolm Rifkind). I am not sure whether he and I are the best people to support the Home Secretary. It seems to be de rigueur in some quarters to believe that members of the Intelligence and Security Committee and former Home Secretaries lose any sense of the need to support the noble causes of protection of...

Bills Presented: Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill (15 Jul 2014)

Alan Johnson: Of course. The right hon. Member for Berwick-upon-Tweed (Sir Alan Beith) made a very important point earlier about the need for a blanket provision. We need to keep blanket information. How will we resolve the cases that the shadow Home Secretary set out so effectively without that provision? I admit before this House that I believe these laws ought to go further. I have made that clear...

Business of the House: Communications Data and Interception (10 Jul 2014)

Alan Johnson: I support the Home Secretary’s statement and the legislation. Does she agree that restoring the status quo is necessary but not sufficient? She has told us that this information has been vital to uncovering every single terrorist plot against this country over the past 14 years, and she has told us that there are gaps in that information. Is it not a paradox that we are rushing through...

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Redundancy (8 Jul 2014)

Alan Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills in light of the collapse of Comet and the recent industrial tribunal ruling on employee compensation, what plans he has to issue guidance on the law relating to the role of administrators in consulting employees regarding redundancy.

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Comet Group (7 Jul 2014)

Alan Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills when he expects the report from the Insolvency Service into the collapse of Comet to be published.

[Sir Roger Gale in the Chair] — Humber Flood Risk Management Strategy (1 Jul 2014)

Alan Johnson: On that point, the hon. Gentleman might like to know that some of the people affected in Hull in 2007 have only recently moved back into their houses. Flooding was followed by secondary flooding. I am sure that that also applies to people on Hessle foreshore in my constituency and in areas all around the patch. Such misery is almost unimaginable.

[Sir Roger Gale in the Chair] — Humber Flood Risk Management Strategy (1 Jul 2014)

Alan Johnson: It is a pleasure to serve under your distinguished chairmanship, Sir Roger, and a pleasure to follow the right hon. Member for Haltemprice and Howden (Mr Davis). Floods do not recognise constituency boundaries. We Members of Parliament from across Hull, the East Riding and north and north-east Lincolnshire have come together because we are united with the local authorities, the local...

Opposition Day — [18th Allotted Day] — Pub Companies: Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures (21 Jan 2014)

Alan Johnson: I am grateful; the hon. Gentleman has a couple of minutes to tell Parliament what it needs to know. In the judgment of the Home Secretary, which of the six people who will be released from their TPIMs, and who were considered so dangerous that they needed to have those restrictive measures, still pose a security threat?

Opposition Day — [18th Allotted Day] — Pub Companies: Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures (21 Jan 2014)

Alan Johnson: Will the hon. Gentleman confirm that the report from his Government, led by the very man whom he has just been quoting, Lord Macdonald, found no evidence that control orders had the kind of effects that he is talking about?

Opposition Day — [18th Allotted Day] — Pub Companies: Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures (21 Jan 2014)

Alan Johnson: It is a pleasure to follow the hon. Member for Gainsborough (Sir Edward Leigh), who spoke for the public. It was the kind of speech that should have been made by someone on the Treasury Bench. To join in the debate with the national union of current and former Home Secretaries, it is important to stress that nobody wants control orders or TPIMs. In our free society, no one has ever issued a...

Opposition Day — [18th Allotted Day] — Pub Companies: Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures (21 Jan 2014)

Alan Johnson: Relocation does not have to be part of an order—it would be within the Home Secretary’s box of tools. There would be no argument whatsoever if there was an agreement that that might be counterproductive. I do not think we are over those kinds of threats yet—I take issue with that—but I take the general thrust of the hon. Gentleman’s point. It would be a different matter if...


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