Results 161–180 of 807 for speaker:Stephen Lloyd

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: National Insurance Contributions (24 Oct 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how much was paid in employers' national insurance contributions for employees aged (a) under 20, (b) between 20 and 25, (c) between 25 and 55, (d) between 55 and 60, (e) between 60 and 65, (f) between 65 and 70 and (g) over 70 years old in the latest year for which figures are available.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Public Service Pensions (2 Nov 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: I welcome the statement. As the Chief Secretary knows, I broadly support the direction of travel that the Government have been taking, but I had some concerns. I think that tremendous progress has been made and I am grateful for that. I have a technical question that is important to a lot of my constituents: what is the current split between employer and employee contributions for teachers...

Devolved Administrations (Armed Forces Covenant Reports): New Clause 4 — Status of Director and Lord Chancellor (2 Nov 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: I rise to speak on new clause 17. I pay tribute to the hon. Member for Makerfield (Yvonne Fovargue), who was the chair of the all-party parliamentary group on Citizens Advice before I took over. I endorse what my right hon. Friend the Member for Carshalton and Wallington (Tom Brake) said. Originally we wanted to speak to amendment 149 under the social welfare grouping on Monday night and it...

Devolved Administrations (Armed Forces Covenant Reports): New Clause 4 — Status of Director and Lord Chancellor (2 Nov 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: I agree with the hon. Lady. It is good to see her taking part in the debate, because she sat on the Work and Pensions Committee with me before she was promoted to her very high place. She makes a strong point that emphasises that the solution is not to take welfare advice out of the scope of legal aid altogether, but to make appropriate distinctions, as it states in new clause 17, over...

Devolved Administrations (Armed Forces Covenant Reports): New Clause 4 — Status of Director and Lord Chancellor (2 Nov 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: My right hon. Friend mentioned the good work that many lawyers do in this area—not the commercial fat cats—and touched briefly on Citizens Advice. Does he agree that the good work done by hundreds, if not thousands, of CAB legal advisers, who are not even lawyers but provide excellent advice, is absolutely unparalleled and that it would be a tragedy if any of the Government’s proposals...

Devolved Administrations (Armed Forces Covenant Reports): New Clause 4 — Status of Director and Lord Chancellor (2 Nov 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: Does the hon. Gentleman agree that what is proposed by those of us in Parliament who work closely with Citizens Advice would still lead to a reduction in cost from the current £25.5 million to £16.5 million, which as I said earlier is a 40% reduction? Citizens advice bureaux are trying to be productive to ensure that they can retain their funding.

Written Answers — Attorney-General: Bona Vacantia (2 Nov 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: To ask the Attorney-General how many calls the telephone inquiry line operated by the Bona Vacantia Division of the Treasury Solicitor's Department received in each of the last five years.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Departmental Telephone Services (2 Nov 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office how much funding his Department allocated to each telephone helpline funded by his Department in 2011-12; what the purpose is of each such helpline; and how many calls each helpline received in each of the last five years.

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Multiple Sclerosis Sufferers (24 Oct 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: A recent report by the Work Foundation found that up to 44% of people in the UK with MS retire early due to their condition, a higher percentage than the European average of just 35%. What plans does the Minister have to support individuals with MS to stay in the work force once they are in employment?

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: Stadiums (Disabled Access) (3 Nov 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: What discussions he has had with the Football Association on ensuring that all Football League stadiums have adequate access and facilities for disabled spectators.

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: Stadiums (Disabled Access) (3 Nov 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: I thank the Minister for his answer. The Liberal Democrats and, in particular, my right hon. Friend the Member for Bath (Mr Foster), have been campaigning on this issue tirelessly. A large proportion of the 30,000 disabled supporters who regularly attend matches in England still encounter a range of problems related to access, so I would be grateful if the Minister could outline what...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Departmental Telephone Services (7 Nov 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs how much her Department has allocated to each telephone helpline funded by her Department in 2011-12; what the purpose is of each such helpline; and how many calls each helpline received in each of the last five years.

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Work Capability Assessment (7 Nov 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (1) what assessment he has made of the effect of reducing the time allowed to return an ESA50 form on the ability of claimants to gather and submit additional medical evidence to support their claim; (2) what assessment he has made of the effect of reducing the time allowed to return an ESA50 form on the ability of (a) claimants with...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Departmental Telephone Services (7 Nov 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs how much funding his Department allocated to each telephone helpline funded by his Department in 2011-12; what the purpose is of each such helpline; and how many calls each helpline received in each of the last five years.

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Departmental Telephone Services (9 Nov 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change how much his Department has allocated to each telephone helpline funded by his Department in 2011-12; what the purpose is of each such helpline; and how many calls each helpline received in each of the last five years.

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Topical Questions (1 Nov 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: Does the Minister agree that new plans for the Government to lend directly to small businesses and start-ups through credit easing will be beneficial to the economy and will create more jobs? Will the Minister also give me examples of how that will be put into practice?

Justice (24 May 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: Will my hon. Friend give way?

Justice (24 May 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: Does my hon. Friend agree that the coalition has a responsibility to deliver on the last Government’s commitment to pay compensation? British citizens who were victims of attacks from Bali to Sharm el Sheikh have yet to receive a penny, and I hope that the Under-Secretary of State for Justice, the hon. Member for Reigate (Mr Blunt), will soon put that dreadful injustice right.

Suppmentary Estimates 2010-11 — Department for Education: Sure Start Children’s Centres (2 Mar 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: I concur with much of what my hon. Friend and other hon. Members on both sides have said about Sure Start being a tremendous success. It is now bedding down and although I have some anxieties about local authority flexibility, I think it is broadly going in the right direction. One thing I am particularly pleased about is the increased entitlement to 15 hours a week for all three and...

Suppmentary Estimates 2010-11 — Department for Education: Sure Start Children’s Centres (2 Mar 2011)

Stephen Lloyd: That is an important and well-made point, but does the hon. Gentleman not agree that the additional investment for increasing the number of health visitors to 4,200 is surely a good thing for a number of reasons, not least the important issue that he has addressed?


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