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Written Answers — Department of Health: General Practitioners (25 Feb 2016)

Nick Clegg: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what measures NHS England uses to assess GP service provision to an area.

Written Answers — Department of Health: General Practitioners (25 Feb 2016)

Nick Clegg: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what guidelines have been issued to GP practices on the safe ratio of patients to doctors in GP practices.

Written Answers — Department of Health: General Practitioners (25 Feb 2016)

Nick Clegg: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, how many GP surgeries have closed in (a) Sheffield, (b) Yorkshire and the Humber and (c) England in the last three years.

Department for Business, Innovation and Skills Office: Sheffield — [Mr George Howarth in the Chair] (24 Feb 2016)

Nick Clegg: I have a really friendly suggestion for how the Minister can honour the stirring rhetoric about the Government’s commitment to the northern powerhouse and to the long-term vibrancy of the Sheffield economy in particular. Will he undertake to all of us here now that he will personally make representations to the Secretary of State for Transport, the Chancellor and, if necessary, the Prime...

Department for Business, Innovation and Skills Office: Sheffield — [Mr George Howarth in the Chair] (24 Feb 2016)

Nick Clegg: —no, not in Meadowhall, but in Sheffield city centre? The northern powerhouse is built around the vibrancy of city centres. Ignore the cacophony of different voices from the Labour party in South Yorkshire and locate the station there and, not all, but quite a lot will be forgiven.

Department for Business, Innovation and Skills Office: Sheffield — [Mr George Howarth in the Chair] (24 Feb 2016)

Nick Clegg: I am grateful for the opportunity to voice my dismay at this decision. I thank the right hon. Member for Rother Valley (Kevin Barron) for securing this debate. As the Minister knows very well, I am the last person to object automatically to decisions relating to savings in public spending. In fact, I spent half a decade defending decisions for which many hon. Members developed a political...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Mental Health Services (23 Feb 2016)

Nick Clegg: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, what proportion of (a) primary and (b) secondary school budgets have been spent on tackling mental health problems in each of the last five years; and if the Government will take steps to protect such spending in future.

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Mental Health Services (23 Feb 2016)

Nick Clegg: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, whether she has allocated funding for primary and secondary schools to employ a dedicated mental health practitioner to provide services to pupils on site.

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Mental Health Services (23 Feb 2016)

Nick Clegg: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, what estimate her Department has made of the rates of mental illness among school-age children.

European Council (22 Feb 2016)

Nick Clegg: Despite assurances, it is worth remembering that this referendum is about the future of our country, not the future of a divided Conservative party. Does the Prime Minister agree that it is not just about Britain’s place in the European Union but about Britain’s place in the world? President Obama has made it crystal clear that if Britain left the European Union that would weaken, not...

Previous Business – Lords: Select Committee (11 Feb 2016)

Trade Union Political Funds and Political Party Funding Committee: Trade Union Political Funds and Political Party Funding. 10:00 am; Room 2, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 10:15 AM) Ms Nicola Smith, Head of Economic and Social Affairs Department, Trades Union Congress Ms Helen Pearce, Head of Campaigns and Communications, Trade Union and Labour Party Liaison Organisation Professor Keith Ewing, Trade Union and Labour Party Liaison Organisation (at 11:00 AM) Mr Tony Dale, Deputy Head of Research and Economics, Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers...

Housing: Long-Term Plan (9 Feb 2016)

Nick Clegg: We are indeed proud of that record, and I thank the Minister for extolling it so beautifully. Does he agree that it is a radical departure from that record to move from Help to Buy, which the coalition Government used to spread the opportunity to buy a home to many people across the county, to right to buy, which will help only a tiny fraction of people and do nothing for those facing very...

Housing: Long-Term Plan (9 Feb 2016)

Nick Clegg: The Minister is generous in giving way. On the point about extra supply, he said—I do not quite know which schemes he was referring to—that in some London schemes there is evidence of a 2:1 replacement, rather than the wider picture of a 1:10 under-replacement. Will he tell me a little more about that scheme, and does he believe that when the right to buy is extended from the five pilot...

Housing: Long-Term Plan (9 Feb 2016)

Nick Clegg: My hon. Friend is making a compelling argument. Does he agree that there is an ideological irony in the right-to-buy scheme in that what are, in effect, charitable organisations are being, in some sense of the word, renationalised by this Government?

Housing: Long-Term Plan (9 Feb 2016)

Nick Clegg: On my hon. Friend’s point about giving councils greater borrowing powers—this also relates to his earlier point about borrowing powers for housing associations—does he agree that any entity, whether it is a housing association or a council, can be given the right to borrow money only if it has a reliable income stream? That is why when the previous coalition Government cut social rents,...

NHS and Social Care Commission (28 Jan 2016)

Nick Clegg: The right hon. Gentleman is being a little over-sensitive. I bent over backwards to say that it is entirely understandable that there is always a lag of time between rhetoric and delivery. All I will say, in the most consensual, cross-party, non-finger-pointing way, is that there is a real delay now between the pilots that were started back in 2012 and the paucity of the number of mental...

NHS and Social Care Commission (28 Jan 2016)

Nick Clegg: A majority.

NHS and Social Care Commission (28 Jan 2016)

Nick Clegg: I join all those who have spoken so far in congratulating my right hon. Friend the Member for North Norfolk (Norman Lamb) on securing the debate. It concerns what is undoubtedly one of the biggest questions that we face as a country, as a Parliament, and as a political class: the question of how we can square the circle of an ageing population, and how we can put the NHS on to a sustainable...

NHS and Social Care Commission (28 Jan 2016)

Nick Clegg: I stand corrected. Anyway, it was not £250 million. There may be perfectly explicable teething problems. The announcement was made in the spring of last year, and it will have been necessary for all the mental health trusts to shift gear. However, I hope that the Minister—or, if not him, the commission—will ensure that not only future mental health reforms but previous commitments are...

NHS and Social Care Commission (28 Jan 2016)

Nick Clegg: The issue here is about moving from a block or lump of money to an outcome-based formula. One can then decide from an infinite number of ways how to administer the outcome-based funding formula, but the principle that mental health trusts are rewarded and financed for the outcomes they produce, rather than having some random, and often arbitrary and unjust, lump of money, is the fundamental...


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