Mark Tami: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, pursuant to the Answer of 27 March to Question 134482 on the Clinical Priorities Advisory Group, when NHS England plans to communicate the results of the Specialised Services Commissioning Committee meeting held on 19 June 2018.
Mark Tami: My hon. Friend made the most important point—nobody died. At so many other festivals, many young people are losing their lives.
Mark Tami: The fact that the risk of people with learning disabilities dying before the age of 50 is 58 times higher than the rest of the population is scandalous in itself.
Mark Tami: Does the hon. Gentleman agree that we have to address the demand particularly in countries that on the surface adhere to the rules but allow trading below that to carry on and in some cases encourage it?
Mark Tami: That is right.
Mark Tami: To ask the Prime Minister, with reference to paragraph 4.10 of the ministerial code, on what date she approved the arrangements for superintending the work of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in the absence of the Foreign Secretary due to his visit to Afghanistan on 25 June 2018.
Mark Tami: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, when his most recent visit to Afghanistan was confirmed.
Mark Tami: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, what the cost was of his most recent visit to Afghanistan.
Mark Tami: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, when he withdrew from the European Union Foreign Affairs Council meeting in Brussels on 25 June 2018.
Mark Tami: I am very pleased that my hon. Friend has secured this important debate. I should declare that I am chair of the all-party parliamentary group on stem cell transplantation. My hon. Friend makes a point that is particularly relevant for the BAME community—often the donor will come from outside the UK. There have been a number of cases where there have been difficulties with visas. Time...
Mark Tami: My hon. Friend is making a powerful case, but as someone who has recently renewed their shotgun licence, I should say that that is a very thorough process. I would not want the wrong impression to be given of people who shoot for sport—I shoot only clays; I do not shoot animals—because it is a very responsible sport.
Mark Tami: (Urgent Question): To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to make a statement following the publication on Friday of the Airbus Brexit risk assessment report and its implications for future investment and job security in the UK.
Mark Tami: I thank you, Mr Speaker, for granting this important urgent question and I thank the Secretary of State for his response. Does the Secretary of State agree that the continued operation of Airbus in the UK is vital to the UK economy and that we need to take seriously its worries and concerns? Alternatively, does he support the comments of the International Trade Secretary, who said that we...
Mark Tami: It is particularly difficult for those who attend benefits assessments on a day when the symptoms are not as bad, because there is no acceptance that the illness can be very bad on some days, but not quite as bad on other days. Does she agree the benefits system must look at the longer term picture, rather than the short term?
Mark Tami: What recent discussions he has had with the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on the steel industry in Wales.
Mark Tami: US steel tariffs represent a major threat to the Welsh steel industry, so what are the Government doing not only to get the US to see sense, but to limit the threat of displaced steel being dumped in the UK and further undermining our steel industry?
Mark Tami: Does the right hon. Gentleman agree that the problem with the blockade is that those very workers were probably the first to suffer from it?
Mark Tami: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, pursuant to the Answer of 4 April 2018 to Question 134482 on Clinical Priorities Advisory Group, what budget forecasting assumptions were used to determine that £25m per year would be an appropriate level of investment for funding products through the relative prioritisation process.
Mark Tami: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, pursuant to the Answer of 4 April 2018 to Question 134482 on Clinical Priorities Advisory Group, on what basis £25m per year is assumed to be an appropriate level of funding when actual spending is not separately monitored.