Results 1–20 of 1193 for (in the 'Commons debates' OR in the 'Westminster Hall debates' OR in the 'Lords debates' OR in the 'Northern Ireland Assembly debates') speaker:Jamie Reed

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (19 Oct 2016)

Jamie Reed: Local clinicians are absolutely clear that the removal of 24-hour consultant-led maternity services from the West Cumberland hospital in Whitehaven will cost lives. Ultimately, it is a decision that the Government will have to make. Will the Prime Minister please commit today to visit my constituency to see what the effect of the decision will be on west Cumbrian families, women and children?

Baby Loss (13 Oct 2016)

Jamie Reed: In relation to the integrated bereavement care pathway, does the hon. Lady envisage the same level of service for parents who have suffered bereavement post-hospital discharge as the service that parents would receive following a bereavement in their own home?

NHS Sustainability and Transformation Plans (14 Sep 2016)

Jamie Reed: rose—

Paris Agreement on Climate Change (7 Sep 2016)

Jamie Reed: When I was on my way to the Chamber, one of the Whips told me that the debate had been rather serene and soporific. I do not think that that is the case, and, having listened to the debate so far, I am excited by the prospect of a heated agreement among all parties. I support the Labour motion, for a number of reasons. Climate change requires all political parties to take it seriously and, if...

Paris Agreement on Climate Change (7 Sep 2016)

Jamie Reed: Is my hon. Friend aware that the success of the Swansea project by the same developer would unlock the world’s largest tidal project in Workington in west Cumbria?

Sellafield (6 Sep 2016)

Jamie Reed: (Urgent Question): To ask the Secretary of State if he will make a statement on safety at Sellafield.

Sellafield (6 Sep 2016)

Jamie Reed: I thank the Minister for his response. The safety and security of Sellafield are the most important considerations for everyone working at the site. Safety is non-negotiable. As a former third-generation Sellafield worker, I know that the Sellafield workforce are acutely aware of its responsibilities towards the entire community and the country as a whole. As such, I welcome the interest of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (20 Jul 2016)

Jamie Reed: I welcome the Prime Minister to her place and I wish her well in healing the country in the months and years to come—after all, it is she and her colleagues who so bitterly divided it. I also thank her for her wholehearted support for and endorsement of official Labour party policy on Trident. It is such a refreshing change to hear that from the Dispatch Box.

Terrorist Attack: Nice: UK's Nuclear Deterrent (18 Jul 2016)

Jamie Reed: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Terrorist Attack: Nice: UK's Nuclear Deterrent (18 Jul 2016)

Jamie Reed: So it is that I, as a democratic socialist, support every word of the motion before us in the name of the Prime Minister, because the truth is that the preservation of our national security does not wear the colours of any political party. I begin by reaching out to all those in our country who do not support the retention and renewal of the UK’s nuclear deterrent. This is a frequently...

Terrorist Attack: Nice: UK's Nuclear Deterrent (18 Jul 2016)

Jamie Reed: That is a matter for my friends in the Scottish Parliament. It is the policy of the Labour party to retain and renew our nuclear deterrent. As a Labour Member of Parliament, steeped in my party’s traditions, proud of its achievements, and excited by its possibilities, I will support my party’s policy tonight. But for the first time ever, we have witnessed the leader of the Labour party...

Terrorist Attack: Nice: UK's Nuclear Deterrent (18 Jul 2016)

Jamie Reed: I commend the hon. Gentleman for that audacious and fundamentally incorrect intervention. I really do applaud his audacity. The logic is inescapable, and the leader of the Labour party knows it. So we are forced to accept that the refusal to support the established policy of the Labour party and to acknowledge the achievements of the greatest Labour Government is not just a knowing embrace of...

Terrorist Attack: Nice: UK's Nuclear Deterrent (18 Jul 2016)

Jamie Reed: As Leader of the Opposition, my right hon. Friend will be privy to briefings from the National Security Council. Will he explain when he last sought and received such a briefing and what is his assessment of the new Russian military nuclear protocols that permit first strike using nuclear weapons and that say that they can be used to de-escalate conventional military conflicts?

Terrorist Attack: Nice: UK's Nuclear Deterrent (18 Jul 2016)

Jamie Reed: On a point of order, Mr Speaker.

Terrorist Attack: Nice: UK's Nuclear Deterrent (18 Jul 2016)

Jamie Reed: I seek your guidance, Mr Speaker, on the accuracy of the language used by the Leader of the Opposition. We are not voting tonight on new nuclear warheads; we are voting simply on the submarines used to deploy those missiles. That is fundamentally different from new missiles.

EU Nationals in the Uk: NHS Spending (6 Jul 2016)

Jamie Reed: As I was saying, the removal of those consultant-led maternity services would actively undermine the principle of a truly national health service, and will never be accepted by me or by my community. I am therefore deeply concerned by a recent report, based on a leaked e-mail, which suggests that the Success Regime is indeed considering the removal of maternity services from Whitehaven as one...

EU Nationals in the Uk: NHS Spending (6 Jul 2016)

Jamie Reed: Before I begin, may I apologise to you, Madam Deputy Speaker, and the House authorities for posting a picture of this Chamber on the popular social media and networking site Twitter? Its purpose—it has now been removed—was purely to demonstrate that, at the point of taking the picture, only two Conservative MPs were in the Chamber and both were Ministers. The other point I would like to...

EU Nationals in the Uk: NHS Spending (6 Jul 2016)

Jamie Reed: That is greatly appreciated, Madam Deputy Speaker. Despite the dedicated and incredible efforts of local NHS staff in my constituency, I see health inequalities on a daily basis, and many of my constituents experience profound access challenges to health services in my constituency and elsewhere across Cumbria, caused in part by our inadequate transport infrastructure, but also by a clearly...

EU Nationals in the Uk: NHS Spending (6 Jul 2016)

Jamie Reed: Two of the prominent leave campaigners who endorsed the £350 million figure are now running to be leader of the Conservative party and our future Prime Minister. Does my right hon. Friend agree that those two people should be brought to this House and made to explain to the country just where they will get the £350 million from?

EU Nationals in the Uk: NHS Spending (6 Jul 2016)

Jamie Reed: I share the right hon. Gentleman’s concerns about—with your permission, Mr Speaker—the lie on the side of the bus. As Secretary of State for Health, will he now, on behalf of the whole country, and particularly on behalf of people who were deceived and let down by that claim, take up with the Electoral Commission why that lie was allowed to stand for so long?


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