Results 81–100 of 406 for speaker:Caroline Ansell

Natural History GCSE (1 Dec 2021)

Caroline Ansell: The hon. Lady is right to highlight the significance of that component of the proposed new GCSE. I think we would all agree that learning through doing and being active within that learning is a hugely powerful experience. The content is, of course, very important, but it is the real-time, real-place study that will make this proposal a particularly attractive and meaningful learning...

Prime Minister: Engagements (17 Nov 2021)

Caroline Ansell: When I was in Greece with Save the Children, I learned that change at any border was quickly communicated down the line. If migrants and asylum seekers knew that they would be directly returned to France or taken to a third country pending application, would they risk a dangerous and illegal crossing and make their way to France in the first place? I ask my right hon. Friend: what further...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Kickstart Programme (15 Nov 2021)

Caroline Ansell: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, how many kickstart scheme placements have been (a) approved, (b) advertised and (c) started by young people by (i) nation (ii) region and (iii) sector, and if she will make a statement.

Justice: Topical Questions (9 Nov 2021)

Caroline Ansell: If he will make a statement on his departmental responsibilities.

Justice: Topical Questions (9 Nov 2021)

Caroline Ansell: I warmly welcome my right hon. Friend’s work to bring together employers in the offender employment summit, and the significant investment that is to come. One more key element to addressing reoffending is the third sector. Will he join me in paying tribute to Sussex Pathways, which does such tremendous work for offenders pre and post release, so that they can make good on some of the...

Treasury: Topical Questions (2 Nov 2021)

Caroline Ansell: I thank my right hon. Friend the Chancellor for £19.8 million from the levelling-up fund that will put Eastbourne on the map and really bill it as the gateway town to the South Downs national park. I also thank him for the investment that sits behind the kickstart scheme, which has so far delivered hundreds of new opportunities in my town. I promote the scheme everywhere I go, as I travel...

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Topical Questions (16 Sep 2021)

Caroline Ansell: May I also offer my congratulations to the new Secretary of State? In Eastbourne, the ambition for a mixed augmented reality studio is beginning to take shape. What would this mean? Skilled jobs, an injection into the hospitality sector and keeping us at the forefront of film-making. What support can the sector and MediaBite, the project lead, anticipate from the Government, and will the...

Church Commissioners: Public Worship and Singing in Church (22 Jul 2021)

Caroline Ansell: What guidance the Church of England is providing on (a) singing in church and (b) public worship following the move to step 4 of the covid-19 road map on 19 July 2021.

Church Commissioners: Public Worship and Singing in Church (22 Jul 2021)

Caroline Ansell: It has been nearly a year since people in churches could lift their voices in song, and this Sunday there will be joy. But for some church leaders, some concern seems to remain, despite the very well established and known physical and mental benefits associated with singing. Does my hon. Friend agree that those benefits should be very much in the hearts and minds of decision makers as they...

Northern Ireland: Economic Support: Covid-19 (21 Jul 2021)

Caroline Ansell: What assessment he has made of trends in the level of economic support for businesses in Northern Ireland during the covid-19 outbreak.

Northern Ireland: Economic Support: Covid-19 (21 Jul 2021)

Caroline Ansell: I thank my hon. Friend for his answer and for his support for the tourism sector. I am pleased to say that I have been to the Giant’s Causeway—and the most wonderful place it was. Of course, there is another way to support tourism in Northern Ireland. Treasury and Deloitte estimates show that over a 10-year period, VAT at 5% would deliver £4.6 billion in revenue to the Treasury. As my...

Racist Abuse on Social Media (14 Jul 2021)

Caroline Ansell: Since Sunday’s final, everyone I have spoken to in my constituency, everywhere I have been, has expressed nothing but pride in our England team. Racist abuse online has inspired an outpouring of support and solidary. By contrast, figures released by Twitter in 2020 show that the company responded to less than 50% of all requests for information from law enforcement in the UK. Alongside...

Business of the House (1 Jul 2021)

Caroline Ansell: Last week, I was at the excellent West Rise Junior School with Ms Somerville and year 6. They are super-motivated in their work on the environment, and I committed then to step up to the challenge of plastic-free July. Will my right hon. Friend publicise this initiative throughout the House, perhaps join me himself and, more importantly, allow time for a debate so that we can share our...

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Tourism Industry: Covid-19 (1 Jul 2021)

Caroline Ansell: What steps his Department is taking to support the recovery of the tourism industry from the covid-19 pandemic.

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Tourism Industry: Covid-19 (1 Jul 2021)

Caroline Ansell: I thank my hon. Friend for his answer and for his visit last week to my beautiful constituency of Eastbourne, where he will have seen no shortage of ambition or potential—only a shortage of new recruits to the hospitality workforce. What plans do he and the Department have to promote careers in hospitality and tourism, which is a vital sector in the UK and in Eastbourne? Would maintaining...

Attorney General: Criminal Justice System Recovery: Covid-19 (1 Jul 2021)

Caroline Ansell: What steps his Department is taking to support the recovery of the criminal justice system as covid-19 restrictions are eased.

Attorney General: Criminal Justice System Recovery: Covid-19 (1 Jul 2021)

Caroline Ansell: I thank my right hon. and learned Friend for his answer. In Sussex, we have a backlog of over 800 Crown court cases—one case is now approaching four years without coming to court—and a rising drop-out rate. The Nightingale court in Chichester is making a real difference, but we still need greater capacity and pace. Can he assure me that every avenue is being pursued to address this...

Palestinian School Textbooks: EU Review — [Dame Angela Eagle in the Chair] (30 Jun 2021)

Caroline Ansell: This has been an interesting debate. Many perspectives have been brought forward and there has been challenge. I thank the Minister for affirming that the UK taxpayer funds teachers, but teachers are delivering lessons and exercises based on the very textbooks that are of concern. To separate teachers from their teaching materials is to try to separate bone from marrow. The textbooks underpin...

Palestinian School Textbooks: EU Review — [Dame Angela Eagle in the Chair] (30 Jun 2021)

Caroline Ansell: I find the report conflicting. I find it difficult to reconcile. In the body of the report, and in the words of the esteemed institute, there is example after example of inciting hatred, as recognised by Members. It talks about how “Jews as a collective are dangerous and deceptive”. How can that be reconciled with a conclusion that says the curriculum meets standards? It clearly does not....


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