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ME: Treatment and Research — [Mr Andrew Rosindell in the Chair] (21 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: On that point, one of my constituents is a 15-year-old who finds the graded exercises very debilitating; actually, they make her condition worse, which has been echoed by ME charities and the ME community. Does the hon. Member agree that we need to look at graded exercise again in the new NICE guidelines?

ME: Treatment and Research — [Mr Andrew Rosindell in the Chair] (21 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: Does the hon. Gentleman agree that this is about awareness not only among doctors but among teachers, employers and the wider community? The lack of knowledge in those sectors exacerbates the conditions that those with ME suffer from, and that causes great distress.

ME: Treatment and Research — [Mr Andrew Rosindell in the Chair] (21 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: I am co-chair of the all-party group on Lyme disease. Does the hon. Lady agree that there are many similarities between Lyme disease and ME, in that patients may be misdiagnosed and may not know where to turn, and that we need to invest in research in both those important areas?

EU Settlement Scheme (21 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: I welcome today’s announcement, which will give clarity, reassurance and peace of mind to my constituents and their friends who are affected. I also reiterate the point that some colleagues have made: we need to push for a reciprocal agreement, so that UK citizens living in the EU also get the benefit of this announcement.

Universal Credit and Welfare Changes (21 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: I entered politics to enable people to get on in life and to open doors to opportunities. Does my right hon. Friend agree that universal credit is a fantastic example of doing that, given that it makes work pay and it is forecast to help 200,000 more people into work than jobseeker’s allowance did?

Business of the House (21 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: Everyone should have a roof over their head, and the Government are tackling homelessness with a range of measures. Last week Wiltshire was awarded an additional £312,000 to tackle the issue. May we have a statement in the House to summarise the range of measures that this Government are taking to tackle homelessness?

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Problem Gambling (21 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: What steps his Department is taking to reduce problem gambling.

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Problem Gambling (21 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: As the Secretary of State knows, I am strongly supportive of the decision taken on FOBTs, but problem gambling is an issue in my constituency, especially among the vulnerable. What more can the Department do to push gambling companies to better support addicts?

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Northern Ireland Economy (20 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: What recent assessment she has made of the strength of the Northern Ireland economy.

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Northern Ireland Economy (20 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: Companies such as Siemens in my constituency show an interest in and have an important stake in Northern Ireland. Has my right hon. Friend made any recent assessments of the economic impact of their remaining in the UK?

Health and Social Care: Topical Questions (19 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: I am delighted that our NHS will be getting an extra £20 billion. This has long been at the top of my agenda, and the agenda of my constituents. Does my right hon. Friend agree that, to ensure that that money is always spent on the NHS, we need to consider a hypothecated tax as part of the funding plan?

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Medical Equipment (19 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what guidance the NHS provides to (a) patients and (b) the families of deceased patients on the return of medical equipment that is no longer required.

NHS Long-Term Plan: Acquired Brain Injury (18 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: I welcome this opportunity to speak briefly on such an important topic that affects a number of my constituents, either personally or through their family and friends. I echo the sentiment that has already been expressed about the great work that is done by charities such as Headway that focus on acquired brain injuries. As we have heard, every year 1.5 million people attend A&E with a...

Mental Health Units (Use of Force) Bill: Independent investigation of deaths (15 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: Does my hon. Friend agree that this Bill is vital and it is a testament to the work of Seni Lewis’s family? Is she as concerned as I am about jeopardising this Bill, because it is so important, not least to my constituents, that we tackle this important area?

Parking Charges: Chippenham (13 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: I beg to move, That this House has considered Chippenham parking charges. This week in Parliament, we are discussing the two issues that I would argue are the most important to Chippenham residents: Brexit and, believe it or not, parking. I should say that those are the two issues on which I receive the most correspondence. Parking is an issue across the constituency, but today I shall focus...

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Topical Questions (12 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: Each year, I organise the Wiltshire Festival of Engineering, and this October’s event is set to reach thousands of young children. What will the Department be organising for this year’s Year of Engineering?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Topical Questions (11 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: Chippenham constituency and wider Wiltshire have a large population of military veterans who sometimes feel isolated and suffer from mental health problems. In addition to the recent and welcome announcements in this area, what more can the Department do to reassure my constituents?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (6 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: Some people holding taxpayer-funded jobs in the UK are paid disproportionate amounts relative to their roles. Some town council clerks earn up to £90,000 a year; chief executives of councils earn up to £250,000 a year; and we still have too many managers in the NHS earning up to £200,000 a year. Does the Prime Minister agree that it is important that we always ensure...

Us Steel and Aluminium Tariffs (4 Jun 2018)

Michelle Donelan: The UK produces some very high-value steels, some of which cannot be sourced in the US. What more can we do to promote British manufacturing overseas?


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