John Glen: To ask the Secretary of State for Health for what reasons staff health and well-being was not included in the NHS Commissioning Board's document, Everyone Counts: Planning for Patients 2013-14.
John Glen: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what representations his Department has received on access and provision of physiotherapy services for NHS staff.
John Glen: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) what plans his Department has to reduce staff sickness absence rates in the NHS; (2) what plans his Department has to review the implementation of the recommendations of the NHS Health and Well-being Final Report, published in November 2009.
John Glen: To ask the Secretary of State for Education pursuant to the answer of 20 March 2013, Official Report, column 724W, on teacher training, if he will require initial teacher training providers to report to his Department the number of non-UK students who (a) are eligible for and (b) take up a training bursary award.
John Glen: To ask the Secretary of State for Education pursuant to the answer of 20 March 2013, Official Report, column 724W, on teacher training, what data initial teacher training providers are required to report to his Department about students eligible for a training bursary award.
John Glen: I should like to talk about the Maldives. People often ask why the Member of Parliament for Salisbury is so concerned about the smallest Asian country. I am concerned because the ousted President of the Maldives has a strong association with my constituency. He was educated just outside it and has spent a lot of time in exile there. Since I came to the House, I have taken a great interest in...
John Glen: My constituent Sarah McKerlie told me just a few days ago that the sale of her property has fallen through three times because of the ambiguous risk. The current uncertainty is leading to irrational behaviour that does not necessarily relate to insurability. This uncertainty needs to end, so that people can sell their properties. It is a real blight and is causing major distress to many people.
John Glen: What most people want when they use the NHS is a reliable, accessible service, and to know that when something goes wrong somebody will be held to account and brought to book. Clearly, that has not happened. What can the Secretary of State say to reassure our constituents that people will be held accountable on an individual level, and that we will not see this happen again?
John Glen: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development with reference to her Department's report, Faith Partnership Principles, published in 2012, what work her Department is (a) funding and (b) undertaking to develop dialogue with national and local faith-based actors at her Department's country office level to promote common understandings and collaborative platforms for action.
John Glen: The purpose of this debate is to challenge the decision made by the Ministry of Justice to merge magistrate benches in the Wiltshire and Swindon local justice areas, and to reallocate cases to the three courts of Swindon, Chippenham and Salisbury. Under proposed changes to the magistrates court matrix in Wiltshire, custody remand cases will be transferred to Swindon and, in all but...
John Glen: As a result of the necessary cuts to the Ministry of Defence budget, 80 MOD police officers are due to leave Wiltshire. In the light of the recent basing review, will the Leader of the House arrange for a statement from a Defence Minister on reviewing that decision because, with 4,000 soldiers returning to Wiltshire, clearly it would be appropriate to have sufficient MOD police to look after them?
John Glen: What steps his Department is taking to encourage growth in the social market in the UK.
John Glen: Does the Minister agree that the Cinnamon Network community franchising model is proving an excellent stimulus that is enabling the big society to flourish? Will he commend the work of Simon Redmill and Salisbury city church, who are using a grant from the Cinnamon Network to launch a job club in Salisbury next Monday?
John Glen: To ask the Secretary of State for Education how many people in receipt of PGCE training bursaries in 2012-13 are (a) UK students and (b) non-UK students.
John Glen: My constituent Harald Hamley has recently contacted me to express his support for the Defamation Bill. I am sure that many across the country are anxious to see it become law to reduce the possibility of vexatious libel claims and to uphold freedom of expression. When does the Leader of the House expect the Defamation Bill to return to this House for further consideration?
John Glen: Large employers, such as QinetiQ in my constituency, do very well, with large numbers of apprentices every year going into jobs after four years. My concerns relate to smaller employers. Will the Minister reassure the House that the needs and relatively limited capacity of small employers to engage with changes to apprenticeships can be accommodated in his plans?
John Glen: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what steps have been taken to ensure that PAYE in real time has been tested on (a) businesses with fewer than 10 employees and (b) businesses with one employee.
John Glen: To ask the Secretary of State for Health pursuant to the answer of 26 February 2013, Official Report, column 445W, on palliative care, when he plans to (a) begin and (b) evaluate the progress made in implementing the end-of-life care strategy.
John Glen: May we have a statement from the Minister responsible for the Defence Infrastructure Organisation? I remain very concerned that, in making the decision about the disposal of Wilton barracks, an optimistic assessment is being made of the local authority’s likely attitude towards excessive housing on the site when a locally supported bid has already met the needs of the local plan. It is...