Andrea Jenkyns: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what progress his Department has made on implementing his Department's policy to publish a hand hygiene indicator for NHS Trusts; and whether he plans to include publication of such an indicator in the forthcoming draft Patient Safety Bill.
Andrea Jenkyns: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, with reference to the blood contamination scandal, what the distinction is between (a) compassionate ex-gratia payments and (b) compensation.
Andrea Jenkyns: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, what steps his Department is taking to support communities that wish to create a Business Improvement District; and what (a) financial support and (b) advice is available to such communities on initial start-up costs.
Andrea Jenkyns: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what progress has been made in introducing Pothole Spotter systems.
Andrea Jenkyns: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what the evidential basis was for the elimination in the uplift of annual payments in 2018-19 for patients suffering from stage 2 hepatitis C who were contaminated with infected blood.
Andrea Jenkyns: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, what assessment her Department has made of the (a) effectiveness and (b) competitiveness of the division of usable mobile spectrum between telephone operators in the UK.
Andrea Jenkyns: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, what steps her Department is taking to increase the reliability and affordability of mobile coverage in Morley and Outwood.
Andrea Jenkyns: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what the process is for NHS England to determine its funding annually for the prioritisation of specialised services.
Andrea Jenkyns: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what funds were available to NHS England to finance the annual prioritisation process for specialised services in 2016.
Andrea Jenkyns: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what funds NHS England will provide for the annual prioritisation process for specialised services in 2017.
Andrea Jenkyns: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, how many policies are being considered by NHS England's Commissioning department for the annual prioritisation process for specialised services.
Andrea Jenkyns: As the Health Secretary is aware, my constituent Abi Longfellow is suffering with a rare kidney condition—dense deposit disease. What plans do the Government have to increase access to specialist drugs for those such as Abi with ultra-rare diseases?
Andrea Jenkyns: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what funds were available to NHS England to finance the annual prioritisation process for specialised services in 2015.
Andrea Jenkyns: Since September, the Exiting the European Union Committee has been established, there have been 26 debates and seven statements relating to the EU and our exit from it. Does my hon. Friend agree that those statistics highlight the many hours of debate available to all Members, contrary to what some might suggest, and that it is time we respect the majority of the public and support the...
Andrea Jenkyns: Will my right hon. Friend join me in congratulating Morley Academy on its recently awarded World Class Schools quality mark and say how such awards drive pupil excellence?
Andrea Jenkyns: I begin by objecting to the exaggerated language used over the weekend by Mike Adamson, the chief executive of the British Red Cross. What he said does a huge disservice to our hard-working healthcare professionals in the NHS. Such language was ill-thought-out, sloppy and irresponsible. The Red Cross does some fantastic work, as I am sure both sides of the House agree, but as a registered...
Andrea Jenkyns: Thank you, Mr Speaker. First, I echo some of the points made by the Secretary of State regarding mental health support for expectant mothers. As one myself, I have to say that the midwives have been fantastic. Right from the very first appointments at grassroots level, they mention mental health, so we are feeling the support on the ground. I welcome today’s statement, which shows the...
Andrea Jenkyns: The Secretary of State has answered my point, but I would like to say, as chair of the all-party parliamentary group on patient safety, that the publication of avoidable death figures is really welcome news. I support what he said about creating a just culture where clinicians and other staff feel safe. That is important so that they can speak up about failure, and vital in delivering the...
Andrea Jenkyns: Although business rates are set by the Valuation Office Agency, rather than by the Government, it is right the Government then try to soften the blow for those most affected. Will the Minister expand on what is being done to protect the businesses using solar panels that have been adversely impacted by high business rates?
Andrea Jenkyns: I actually did not work for Woolworths, just for the record. I was just saying how they—