Results 41–60 of 807 for speaker:Stephen Lloyd

Royal Commission on Police Funding (26 Mar 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: I thank the hon. Gentleman for his excellent intervention on that specific point. I have a lot of respect for the Select Committee. However, he identifies, as did the hon. Member for Henley (John Howell), that there are many different issues around funding, resources and what we want our police to look like over the next 40 or 50 years. That is why, in my campaign to get the police royal...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Universal Credit: Telephone Services (26 Mar 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, what the average duration of a phone call to the universal credit helpline was in (a) each of the last three months and (b) 2018.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Access to Work Programme (19 Mar 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, what deadline is to implement the new online system to submit Access to Work signed claim forms with invoices.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions (12 Mar 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: Means- tested criminal legal aid can be granted only where there is a realistic prospect of custody. Consequently, has a detailed impact assessment been undertaken to show how many people will no longer qualify for legal aid in the event of the reduction or abolition of prison sentences of six months or less?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Topical Questions (11 Mar 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: East Sussex College is an excellent FE college in my constituency. A deplorable situation has developed over the past two years whereby teachers teaching A-level at that college earn, like many others across the sector, nearly 20% less than teachers in the school just down the road. That is not sustainable. What will the Secretary of State do to ensure that enough money is ring-fenced for...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Topical Questions (11 Mar 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: Thank you, Mr Speaker. In the past few years, the salaries of FE teachers teaching A-levels and vocational education have ended up almost 20% lower than those of the teachers at the school down the road. What will the Secretary of State or the Minister do to address that?

Department for Work and Pensions (26 Feb 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: Like others, I pay tribute to our colleague the hon. Member for High Peak (Ruth George) for securing this important debate. In the limited time available, I want to concentrate on a couple of elements of universal credit in which technical failings still cause real difficulty for individuals who receive it. I am aware that the new Secretary of State has been in listening mode, has taken on...

Department for Work and Pensions (26 Feb 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: People do not get any of that additional money during the months that they have to wait for an appeal. The Government say, “Yes, but if you do win the appeal, you get the money back,” but for people who are short of money and on the breadline, this can mean many months of lost income.

Exiting the European Union (Agriculture): Antisemitism in Modern Society (20 Feb 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: It is a privilege to follow the right hon. Member for Enfield North (Joan Ryan). In my limited time, I would like to concentrate on just a couple of points. I am not Jewish, but I was talking to a constituent of mine a few months ago, a perfectly ordinary, normal middle-aged lady who is a Brit. I did not even know that she was Jewish, but during the conversation, it became clear that she...

Health and Social Care: Dementia Care (19 Feb 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: On dementia in the community, many people with low-onset or mid-onset dementia can, with the right social care, stay in their home. The crucial part is to have the funding necessary to allow people to get social care support. Will the Minister, in the Green Paper, commit specific sums for social care to keep people with dementia in their homes?

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Funding (12 Feb 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: I thank my right hon. Friend for securing this important debate. He will be aware that one of the successes during the coalition was our insistence that disabled children need to be educated up to the age of 18. That has been a real game-changer; however, the Government did not make it clear that transport for those children should be paid for; they left it discretionary—some county...

Pensions Dashboard (6 Feb 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: I thank the hon. Gentleman for giving way and for securing this important debate. I have been supporting and pressing for the pensions dashboard for many years, since the time of the coalition. Does he agree that it is crucial that in the next pensions Act, the Government make it a legal requirement for all pension providers to go into the pensions dashboard and provide all the necessary...

Local Government Finance (5 Feb 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: The Secretary of State talks about the additional cash for local authorities. I spoke to a colleague who was at East Sussex County Council’s budget meeting today, and I can tell the right hon. Gentleman that the situation is a catastrophe. The situation with core funding means that meals on wheels are being cut. Unless additional money comes next year, services for vulnerable children will...

Police Grant Report (5 Feb 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: The Home Secretary has already alluded to how policing has changed considerably over the past x number of years. Does he support the national campaign, which has over a quarter of a million supporters, demanding a police royal commission? We have not had one for almost 60 years and policing has changed considerably during the intervening period. We hear so many different stories about...

Children with Life-limiting Conditions — [Ms Nadine Dorries in the Chair] (29 Jan 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Ms Dorries. I congratulate the hon. Member for Strangford (Jim Shannon) on securing this important debate. Given that we are reduced to four minutes each, I will ensure that I keep to that. Like other hon. Members, I want to bring attention to two outstanding children’s hospices that serve my constituency: Chestnut Tree House and Demelza....

College Funding — [Mr Charles Walker in the Chair] (21 Jan 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: It is a privilege to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Walker. The number of people here today shows how much value we put on the FE sector across the parties. I certainly feel that very strongly. The right hon. Member for Harlow (Robert Halfon) reminded us that funding has been going down in real terms for the past 10 years. That is one of the reasons why today’s debate is so well...

Cancer Workforce and Early Diagnosis — [Mr George Howarth in the Chair] (8 Jan 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: It is a privilege to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Howarth. I thank the hon. Member for Poplar and Limehouse (Jim Fitzpatrick) for securing this important debate. I will keep my remarks brief because quite a lot of people want to speak, so I will focus on one area of early diagnosis—that of bowel cancer. There are two reasons for that: bowel cancer is the fourth most common cancer, and...

Cancer Workforce and Early Diagnosis — [Mr George Howarth in the Chair] (8 Jan 2019)

Stephen Lloyd: The hon. Gentleman is right. The introduction of the new faecal immunochemical test kits will make a huge difference. I am speaking in this debate because, as the Minister will know and one or two people have alluded to, in yesterday’s announcement there was no clear announcement about additional staff and capacity to ensure that the bowel screening age is brought down from 60 to 50. I...

Deaths of Homeless People: Business of the House (20 Dec 2018)

Stephen Lloyd: There are many people in the House, across the parties, and outside who have real concerns around some elements of policing across the United Kingdom, which has seen crime going up, including burglary, knife crime and much more. I have tabled early-day motion 1656, signed by 47 cross-party Members, demanding that the Government implement a police royal commission, the first one for 50 years,...


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