Results 21–40 of 458 for speaker:Craig Tracey

Tributes to Her Late Majesty the Queen (10 Sep 2022)

Craig Tracey: It is with great sadness and some pride that I rise today to pay tribute to Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on behalf of my family and my constituents across North Warwickshire and Bedworth, and to send our condolences to the royal family. Thursday was the day we always knew, at the back of our mind, was inevitable. Most wished it would never arrive, but I think that few of us considered...

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Village Halls (23 Jun 2022)

Craig Tracey: What steps he is taking to support village halls.

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Village Halls (23 Jun 2022)

Craig Tracey: I thank the Minister for not sharing that song with us. As a former chair of my local village hall, I know how important village halls can be in connecting people of all ages. That was particularly evident during the pandemic. Village halls are generally run by small dedicated teams of volunteers who, unfortunately, are continually scraping around for the cash to keep them open. What more can...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Baltic States (21 Jun 2022)

Craig Tracey: What diplomatic steps her Department is taking to help strengthen the UK’s security and economic relationship with the Baltic states.

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Topical Questions (21 Jun 2022)

Craig Tracey: I recently took over as chair of the all-party parliamentary group for Latvia, and it was a pleasure to meet my opposite number from the Latvian Parliament, Rihards Kols, last week to discuss the importance of our future work together. Does the Minister agree that, now more than ever, it is important that we strengthen even further our long-standing relationship with countries such as Latvia...

Written Answers — Home Office: Undocumented Migrants: English Channel (20 Jun 2022)

Craig Tracey: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what steps her Department is taking to reduce the number of small boat crossings in the English Channel.

Home Department: Topical Questions (20 Jun 2022)

Craig Tracey: When we delivered Brexit, we made a promise to take back control of our borders. That was about not just ending freedom of movement but cracking down on small boat crossings of the channel. The Secretary of State and her team have done an awful lot of work to try to clamp down on such crossings. Does she agree that our partnership with Rwanda is critical to breaking the economic model of the...

International Trade: USA: Tariffs on Imports from UK (16 Jun 2022)

Craig Tracey: What steps her Department is taking to encourage the US Administration to lift tariffs on imports from the UK.

International Trade: USA: Tariffs on Imports from UK (16 Jun 2022)

Craig Tracey: The Minister is doing excellent work to help pave the way for UK businesses to do more trade in the US, and lifting tariffs is just one of the ways we can do that. Will she set out what more the Government can do to support our leading service sectors, as well as help our small and medium-sized enterprises to get their foot in the door?

Prime Minister: Engagements (15 Jun 2022)

Craig Tracey: I was honoured to share part of the jubilee celebrations with Cohort 4, an inspirational mentoring and support group that provides life-changing support to a wide range of women, such as those who have, tragically, been victims of domestic violence or sexual abuse, or who suffer from mental health difficulties. Sadly, as a result of the pandemic, the need for those services has only grown, so...

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Leaving the EU: Benefit for Businesses (7 Jun 2022)

Craig Tracey: What steps he is taking to ensure that UK businesses benefit from the UK leaving the EU.

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Leaving the EU: Benefit for Businesses (7 Jun 2022)

Craig Tracey: Our insurance and financial services sector is a great British success story, and it helps to fund our local public services. The majority of employment in the sector is outside London and spread across many of our constituencies. Does the Minister agree that it is vital that we continue to support the growth of this industry, and that there must be a strong competitiveness duty on the...

Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Topical Questions (16 May 2022)

Craig Tracey: North Warwickshire Borough Council does a fantastic job of serving our local community, despite operating on a budget of only £9.5 million, which is certainly the lowest in Warwickshire and must be one of the lowest in the country. Will the Minister agree to come to my constituency to meet the council and to see for himself the excellent work it does, and to see how it could put the...

Home Department: Illegal Immigration (25 Apr 2022)

Craig Tracey: What steps her Department is taking to prevent small boat crossings in the Channel.

Home Department: Illegal Immigration (25 Apr 2022)

Craig Tracey: I have raised small boat crossings with the Department on a number of occasions, and I am grateful for the continued efforts to bring the crossings to an end and to ensure that we control illegal immigration. Does the Minister agree that it is important that we use every single power we have to prevent these illegal crossings, which continually put lives in danger; to clamp down on the gangs...

Health and Care Bill: Clause 14 - Establishment of integrated care boards (30 Mar 2022)

Craig Tracey: I really welcome Lords amendment 12 on palliative care. Can the Minister give us any more information about whether statutory guidance will be given to the ICBs? It is important that they get proper guidance on what is expected of them. Can he also reassure us that palliative care will be a priority objective for the trusts?

Prime Minister: Engagements (26 Jan 2022)

Craig Tracey: My local hospital, the George Eliot, has recently issued all of its staff, helpers and volunteers with a medal in recognition of the work that they have done and continue to do throughout the covid pandemic. Will the Prime Minister join me in thanking them all for the incredible work they have done, including the specialist teams such as palliative care, who have had to act as surrogate...

Health and Social Care: NHS Capacity and Resilience: Covid-19 (18 Jan 2022)

Craig Tracey: What steps his Department is taking to help (a) maximise NHS capacity and (b) increase the NHS’s resilience during the covid-19 outbreak.

Health and Social Care: NHS Capacity and Resilience: Covid-19 (18 Jan 2022)

Craig Tracey: I thank the Minister for that answer. As he knows, one of the main challenges facing hospitals is delays in the transfer of patients back to care homes due to historic restrictions, particularly where there has been an outbreak, although there may have been only one case. As we move to treating covid as more of an endemic condition, what steps can be taken to stop restricting admissions to...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Lebanon: Palestinians (11 Jan 2022)

Craig Tracey: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, what discussions she has had with the Lebanese Government on reports that labour restrictions on Palestinian refugees are to be eased in that country.


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