Results 1–20 of 1660 for (in the 'Commons debates' OR in the 'Westminster Hall debates' OR in the 'Lords debates' OR in the 'Northern Ireland Assembly debates') speaker:Mark Pritchard

Princess Royal Hospital Telford (12 Sep 2017)

Mark Pritchard: On the clinical evidence points, there was a so-called independent review, which the two clinical commissioning groups—Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin—and the NHS hospital trust commissioned. KPMG undertook that review. How independent it was and how knowledgeable KPMG, headquartered here in London, is of Shropshire’s health system is questionable, but I will just ask the...

Princess Royal Hospital Telford (12 Sep 2017)

Mark Pritchard: I am grateful to the Minister for giving way again; she is being very generous. Does she agree, though, in terms of transparency and openness and the fact that the public purse will have paid for the KPMG report, and given the seriousness of the issues, that that report should be published in full, in its entirety, for the public to see, in particular the Shropshire Star, which has done an...

Princess Royal Hospital Telford (12 Sep 2017)

Mark Pritchard: I congratulate my hon. Friend on securing the debate. The women and children’s unit, which opened two years ago and cost the taxpayer £28 million, is very welcome in Telford and central and east Shropshire. Does she agree that the same arguments that prevented the women and children’s unit from relocating to Shrewsbury two years ago are even stronger today because of the...

Princess Royal Hospital Telford (12 Sep 2017)

Mark Pritchard: For many years people throughout the country were fed up with Whitehall and Westminster and successive Secretaries of State for Health interfering in local health decisions. The Government recognised that, and as part of the devolution agenda said that local health decisions should be made by local doctors, clinicians and medical practitioners. Does my hon. Friend accept that that is right?...

British Prisoners in Iran (18 Jul 2017)

Mark Pritchard: I apologise, Mr Hollobone, as I will have to leave this debate early for another engagement. I congratulate the hon. Lady on introducing this timely and important debate. Is it not the case that Nazanin Ratcliffe’s situation is symptomatic of a regime that is systematically abusing human rights? If the Supreme Leader and the re-elected President Rouhani want to learn anything, they...

Bill Presented: Scheduling of Parliamentary Business (17 Jul 2017)

Mark Pritchard: May I suggest that the facts contradict the hon. Gentleman’s opening remarks? Today we are having a debate about future debates, and that is democracy, whether he likes it or not. However, does he agree that we need a strong economy to pay for a strong NHS? Is the British model or the Venezuelan model the best way to pay for a strong NHS?

Bill Presented: Scheduling of Parliamentary Business (17 Jul 2017)

Mark Pritchard: On a point of order, Mr Speaker.

Bill Presented: Scheduling of Parliamentary Business (17 Jul 2017)

Mark Pritchard: Not to correct the hon. Member for Perth and North Perthshire (Pete Wishart), but may I confess that it was not the Whips chuntering? It was my good self, Sir.

Social Mobility — [Mark Pritchard in the Chair] (11 Jul 2017)

Mark Pritchard: Order. Just for the record, there is no guarantee that the hon. Lady will have time at the end. The Minister might wish to give her two minutes to wind up, but it is entirely in his gift.

Social Mobility — [Mark Pritchard in the Chair] (11 Jul 2017)

Mark Pritchard: Order. A phone just went off. Can people keep their phones on mute or vibrate?

Social Mobility — [Mark Pritchard in the Chair] (11 Jul 2017)

Mark Pritchard: Order. There are five speakers. I shall impose a time limit of three minutes because of the amount of interest in this debate, and because we have to allow time for the Front Benchers to wind up.

Social Mobility — [Mark Pritchard in the Chair] (11 Jul 2017)

Mark Pritchard: Not that the hon. Lady needs any time to prepare her answer to that question, but may I just say that I think the gentlemen might be suffering a little with the heat? It is very warm, so colleagues should please feel free to remove their jackets.

Yemen: Political and Humanitarian Situation (5 Jul 2017)

Mark Pritchard: I congratulate the hon. Gentleman on securing this important debate. On the issue of responsibility, yes of course the UK, the European Union and other countries in the UN should be pushing for a peaceful resolution to the conflict in Yemen as soon as possible. But does he agree that the Americans have a lead role as far as the World Food Programme is concerned, in particular in addressing...

Grenfell Rehousing (5 Jul 2017)

Mark Pritchard: In addition to ensuring discretionary funds, what discussions have Ministers had with the Association of British Insurers to ensure that life policies and household policies, where they were affordable and were in place, are paid as quickly as possible?

Exiting the European Union: Trade and Customs Agreement (27 Apr 2017)

Mark Pritchard: The Minister of State, as a near constituency neighbour, will know that car manufacturing is a vital part of the Shropshire economy. Will he give an undertaking to my constituents today that he will ensure that any free trade agreement will protect car manufacturing not only in Shropshire, but throughout the west midlands and the United Kingdom?

Business of the House (20 Apr 2017)

Mark Pritchard: May we have a debate on hospital services in Shropshire? Will the Leader of the House join me in welcoming the recent comments by Simon Wright, the chief executive of the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust, that the women’s and children’s unit—the paediatrics unit—at the Princess Royal hospital in Telford is now safe and that new services such as cancer care...

Business of the House (30 Mar 2017)

Mark Pritchard: May we have an urgent debate on Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust, which is illegally proposing to close its accident and emergency ward in the autumn, thus endangering up to 40 children a week? Does the Leader of the House agree that such moves should be subject to consultation with the public, local authorities and local Members of Parliament? There has been no such consultation,...

Rare Diseases Strategy (28 Mar 2017)

Mark Pritchard: If the Minister does not use all the time allocated—10 minutes is a guide, but clearly there is more time on the clock—it will allow me to call the hon. Member for Bath for a brief winding up, but that is entirely in the Minister’s gift.

Rare Diseases Strategy (28 Mar 2017)

Mark Pritchard: Before I call Margaret Ritchie, I will give some guidance. I am sure that hon. Members are aware that the spokesman for the Scottish National party will have five minutes, as will the shadow Minister. The Minister will have 10 minutes. This debate is due to finish at 5.30.

Hereditary Peers — [Mark Pritchard in the Chair] (28 Mar 2017)

Mark Pritchard: Telford.


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