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Written Answers — Home Office: Junior Doctors: Migrant Workers (20 Feb 2018)

Emma Reynolds: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many applications for Tier 2 visas for junior doctors were declined in the past 12 months.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Personal Independence Payment: Appeals (20 Feb 2018)

Emma Reynolds: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, (a) how many and (b) what proportion of Personal Independence Payment appeals from people resident in (i) England and (ii) Wolverhampton North East have been successful.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Universal Credit: Wolverhampton North East (8 Feb 2018)

Emma Reynolds: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, how many people in Wolverhampton North East constituency have applied for advance payments of universal credit.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Universal Credit: Wolverhampton North East (6 Feb 2018)

Emma Reynolds: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, what progress has been made on the roll out of universal credit in Wolverhampton North East.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Poverty: Children (5 Feb 2018)

Emma Reynolds: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, what recent assessment her Department has made of the level of child poverty in Wolverhampton North East constituency using the four measures of poverty under the Welfare Reform and Work Act 2016.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Capita (5 Feb 2018)

Emma Reynolds: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, whether a crown representative has been appointed to cover Capita.

Baby Leave for Members of Parliament (1 Feb 2018)

Emma Reynolds: Thank you, Madam Deputy Speaker. I will keep to exactly eight minutes. I thank the right hon. Member for Basingstoke (Mrs Miller) for her contribution, which I found incredibly thoughtful; I agreed with every word she said. I pay particular, special tribute to my right hon. and learned Friend the Member for Camberwell and Peckham (Ms Harman), not only for bringing forward these proposals...

Baby Leave for Members of Parliament (1 Feb 2018)

Emma Reynolds: I thank the right hon. Gentleman, and I urge him to do that quickly, because as we have discussed, various colleagues have a very tight deadline, which the Committee should work to. I want to put on record my thanks to my husband’s employer. As Members of this House will know, new dads have a right to shared parental leave, but they have to give several weeks’ notice of their...

Baby Leave for Members of Parliament (1 Feb 2018)

Emma Reynolds: I admit that I broke the law, and I should not have. The motion before us today would not have helped me, and other Members present were in the same situation—three of us, in fact, were new mums when the election was called. I suspect that nothing can be done when that happens. We were very unlucky with the timing, but something can be done afterwards, which is what I will come to next....

Baby Leave for Members of Parliament (1 Feb 2018)

Emma Reynolds: Does my right hon. and learned Friend agree that it is a crying shame that, even though the last Labour Government introduced shared parental leave, only around 5% of fathers take it? I do not think there is really any provision in this House for new dads to do that.

Baby Leave for Members of Parliament (1 Feb 2018)

Emma Reynolds: I apologise for intervening again, but I think I am responsible for the latest addition to the 17 babies. He was born on Good Friday last year. I was criticised by a Sunday newspaper. I will not name it, because although I should not have had to ask, when I got in touch with the political editor, he kindly took my name off a story that rated me as the second worst MP in this Parliament,...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Government Departments: Contracts (1 Feb 2018)

Emma Reynolds: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, what the Government's policy is on awarding contracts to companies which have issued profit warnings.

Opposition Day: Government’s EU Exit Analysis (31 Jan 2018)

Emma Reynolds: As ever, Mr Deputy Speaker, it is a pleasure and a privilege to serve under your chairmanship. It is also a pleasure to follow the right hon. and learned Member for Rushcliffe (Mr Clarke). In the referendum, people were asked to decide whether or not we should leave the European Union. They were not asked about the form that Brexit should take; that was not on the ballot paper. However, as...

Opposition Day: Government’s EU Exit Analysis (31 Jan 2018)

Emma Reynolds: I agree with my hon. Friend. As the right hon. Member for Broxtowe (Anna Soubry) said earlier, those options were taken off the table soon after the referendum result. They were not debated very much in the House. There were no impact assessments, or economic analyses, whatever the difference between those may be. There was no discussion about the impact of leaving the customs union and...

Opposition Day: Government’s EU Exit Analysis (31 Jan 2018)

Emma Reynolds: Does my right hon. and learned Friend agree that if the Government had at their disposal any economic evidence or forecast that backed up their chosen approach, it would already be in the public domain; it would not be called a leak?

Leaving the Eu: Economic Analysis (30 Jan 2018)

Emma Reynolds: We have learned today that the Government’s own analysis suggests that the economy will grow by less than 5% in the case of a UK-EU trade deal. That is people’s jobs and livelihoods. Will the Minister confirm that the Government’s negotiating position has been decided not on the basis of the economic evidence but on ideology alone?

Leaving the Eu: Implementation (29 Jan 2018)

Emma Reynolds: The Select Committee on Exiting the European Union visited Dublin last week, and every Minister and indeed politician we met stressed the need to avoid a hard border on the island of Ireland. Last Wednesday, the Secretary of State told our Committee that regulatory alignment, as agreed last year, applies to only six areas. On Thursday, the Irish Government told us that it would apply to 142...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Topical Questions (29 Jan 2018)

Emma Reynolds: If he will make a statement on his departmental responsibilities.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Topical Questions (29 Jan 2018)

Emma Reynolds: I recently visited Ashmore Park Nursery School in my constituency, which provides outstanding education, as do 60% of nursery schools across the country. Unfortunately, the future of their funding is now in doubt. Will the Secretary of State guarantee their sustainable funding beyond 2020?

Carillion and Public Sector Outsourcing (24 Jan 2018)

Emma Reynolds: When the news broke last week that Carillion was going into liquidation, it was a dark day for the company’s 20,000 employees across the UK, including the 450 people at the company’s headquarters in Wolverhampton. Many others are affected across the west midlands region, including those who were working on the Midland Metropolitan hospital site, the many small businesses in the...


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