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

Alan Johnson: We could have a seminar for hours on other European countries and their much better abilities to detain, and to detain for many years, as we have seen with suspects in France. The hon. Gentleman’s Government reviewed this and decided that they needed an element that they could call a control order. The “T” in TPIMs did not stand for temporary; it stood for terrorism. Having concluded...

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

Alan Johnson: That does not answer the central point. In January 2011, when introducing TPIMs, the Home Secretary said: “there is likely to be a small number of people who pose a real threat to our security, but who cannot currently be successfully prosecuted or deported...no responsible Government could allow those individuals to go freely about their terrorist activities.”—[ Official Report , 26...

Oral Answers to Questions — Attorney-General: Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust (19 Nov 2013)

Alan Johnson: We need total candour with regard to avoidable deaths. The only way to determine that is through an independent review of medical case notes by neutral clinicians. That exercise took place at Stafford. Will the Secretary of State remind us of the result?

Written Answers — Health: Mental Health Services: Young People (12 Nov 2013)

Alan Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many days (a) under-16 year olds and (b) under-18 year olds spent on adult mental health wards in each region in each of the last five years.

In-Patient Mental Health Services (Children and Adolescents) (23 Oct 2013)

Alan Johnson: Will the Minister give way?

In-Patient Mental Health Services (Children and Adolescents) (23 Oct 2013)

Alan Johnson: I thank the Minister, and I am pleased that he is going to meet me and my constituent. Will he confirm the consultation process set out in the 2006 Act? Will he also say something about the tariff, which I am told by the clinical commissioning group in the East Riding would prevent the provider from accepting in-patient care, even if it were restored, because it means that it loses money?

In-Patient Mental Health Services (Children and Adolescents) (23 Oct 2013)

Alan Johnson: I have just heard in the last 10 minutes that the staff of the West End unit have been told that its day services will close on 20 December. There has been no consultation and it is the first I have heard of it. Will the Minister look into that immediately? This is no longer about in-patient mental health services; it is about all mental services in Hull and the East Riding.

In-Patient Mental Health Services (Children and Adolescents) (23 Oct 2013)

Alan Johnson: Last week, Dr Martin Baggaley, medical director of the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, said that mental health services in England are unsafe and in crisis. At the same time, BBC News and Community Care magazine printed the results of a freedom of information request to mental health trusts around the country, which revealed that 1,500 mental health beds had closed since 2011....

In-Patient Mental Health Services (Children and Adolescents) (23 Oct 2013)

Alan Johnson: This debate is about services in England, but I confirm that part of the problem is the fact that there is a rising need for adolescent and child mental health services and a decreasing capacity to deal with that need. I asked the Minister in a parliamentary question which other areas had been affected and which units had ceased to operate. I was told by the Minister that no units had ceased...

In-Patient Mental Health Services (Children and Adolescents) (23 Oct 2013)

Alan Johnson: I am aware that that has happened. I feel sure that, as the debate gathers momentum, Members from other parts of the country will have similar experiences. Let me be clear. I fully accept that for the majority of young people, a community-based approach to mental health problems will give them the best treatment, but for a number of children and their families, intensive in-patient care is...

In-Patient Mental Health Services (Children and Adolescents) (23 Oct 2013)

Alan Johnson: My hon. Friend makes an important point. YoungMinds, the charity that deals specifically with child and adolescent mental health, makes exactly the same point. We need early intervention, and if we are cutting back on tier 3 there will be a bigger problem with tier 4. If the problems are not addressed anyway, we are stacking up a host of problems, and costs, never mind the tragedy to the...

In-Patient Mental Health Services (Children and Adolescents) (23 Oct 2013)

Alan Johnson: The hon. Gentleman makes an important point. He is talking about the closure of adult in-patient services, which had to move from Goole to Hull. The irony is that in-patient mental health facilities for adults exist in Hull. Providing care close to home is important for adults, but surely it is even more important for six, seven and eight-year-old children. The further away they are from...

In-Patient Mental Health Services (Children and Adolescents) (23 Oct 2013)

Alan Johnson: My hon. Friend is absolutely right. She has been fighting a battle about the West End unit. It started with one constituent, but we now know that up to 13 have been affected in that way, one of whom she has mentioned. In medical care we often talk of the need to concentrate operations in fewer locations in order to maximise expertise, but that is not a relevant argument for child and...

Written Answers — Health: Mental Health Services: Young People (4 Sep 2013)

Alan Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many adolescent in-patient mental health units have ceased to operate as a result of the change in Tier 4 specification introduced by NHS England.

Written Answers — Health: NHS: Innovation (2 Sep 2013)

Alan Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health when Commissioning through Evaluation will be introduced by NHS England.

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Hospital Mortality Rates (16 Jul 2013)

Alan Johnson: Thankfully, the quality of Sir Bruce Keogh’s report is vastly superior to that of the statement that we heard from the Secretary of State. Is it not the case that Sir Bruce Keogh—[Interruption.]

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Hospital Mortality Rates (16 Jul 2013)

Alan Johnson: Is it not the case that Sir Bruce may have given us a blueprint for better regulation, provided that the Secretary of State faces up to his responsibility and ends the tawdry and squalid attempts by his party to denigrate his predecessors?

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Local Enterprise Partnerships: EU Grants and Loans (15 Jul 2013)

Alan Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what criteria were used to determine the allocation of the European regional development fund and the European social fund monies to local enterprise partnerships in England.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Royal Mail (10 Jul 2013)

Alan Johnson: The Postal Services Act 2011 insisted that the universal postal service must be financially sustainable. Given the huge loss of rural services in privatised Post Offices across the world, particularly in New Zealand, what magic wand will the right hon. Gentleman give to Ofcom to turn rural services from loss-making to profit-making?


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