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Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Obesity: Children (24 Jul 2018)

Michelle Donelan: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what steps he is taking to reduce rates of childhood obesity.

Exiting the European Union: Support for Farmers (19 Jul 2018)

Michelle Donelan: What recent discussions he has had with the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs on support for farmers after the UK leaves the EU.

Exiting the European Union: Support for Farmers (19 Jul 2018)

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Exiting the European Union: Support for Farmers (19 Jul 2018)

Michelle Donelan: Thank you for your patience, Mr Speaker. Leaving the EU provides opportunities for Wiltshire farmers; hence why they voted to leave. Does my right hon. Friend agree that making our own decisions for farmers to suit farmers will ensure that their interests are better protected?

Space Policy (18 Jul 2018)

Michelle Donelan: I welcome today’s statement. This really is an exciting time for the UK’s space sector. Will my hon. Friend tell me what else the Government are doing to benefit the space industry, as this will be of particular interest to my constituents who work at the Corsham Airbus site?

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Industrial Strategy (17 Jul 2018)

Michelle Donelan: What steps his Department has taken to tackle the challenges set out in the industrial strategy.

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Industrial Strategy (17 Jul 2018)

Michelle Donelan: One of the biggest challenges we face is the STEM skills gap, something that I repeatedly mention in this place, given that Wiltshire is a hub of engineering design and technology. What work is my right hon. Friend doing with the Department for Education to ensure that we are developing the skills needed by businesses?

Nato Summit (16 Jul 2018)

Michelle Donelan: Does my right hon. Friend agree that it is only right that we not only meet our NATO target but increase it in real terms, and that it is about time that all NATO members committed to the 2% target?

The Secretary of State’S Handling of Universal Credit (11 Jul 2018)

Michelle Donelan: The hon. Gentleman talks about facts, but is it not a fact that 83% of claimants are happier on universal credit, and they are more likely to be in a job within the first six months? Is it not a fact that universal credit is an opportunity for people to get back into work?

Amesbury Update (9 Jul 2018)

Michelle Donelan: I echo my right hon. Friend’s gratitude to Wiltshire’s emergency services and staff at Salisbury District Hospital. Will he ensure that they have available all the information, support and resources they need to continue to do their job?

Leaving the EU (9 Jul 2018)

Michelle Donelan: Will the Prime Minister confirm that the mobility framework will be part of an immigration system that we control and we deliver for our economic needs, while ending the free movement of labour?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Threat Environment (9 Jul 2018)

Michelle Donelan: What recent discussions he has had with the National Security Adviser on the existing and changing intensity of the threat environment.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Threat Environment (9 Jul 2018)

Michelle Donelan: Will my right hon. Friend update the House about the threat to British citizens from the Russian state following the tragic announcement of the death of Dawn Sturgess in Wiltshire?

Amesbury Incident (5 Jul 2018)

Michelle Donelan: The Amesbury incident is shocking, and I wish the pair affected a swift recovery. I am deeply concerned for Salisbury’s local economy and community. Will my right hon. Friend commit to the necessary support for Wiltshire to get through this? Will he also stress again that the Government’s priority is the safety of residents and that the risk to Wiltshire residents remains low?

Construction Sector Deal (5 Jul 2018)

Michelle Donelan: I strongly welcome the construction sector deal. With productivity in the construction sector on average 21% lower than in the rest of the economy, it is vital that we tackle that to increase our housing stock. Does the Minister agree that investing in digital and off-site manufacturing technologies will also boost our STEM sector? That is vital for constituencies such as mine, which is a hub...

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?


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