Tracy Brabin: rose—
Tracy Brabin: rose—
Tracy Brabin: I thank my hon. Friend for giving way. He mentioned that violent crime is on the rise and that people in some properties are being flagged up as potentially violent to the police. I have been lobbied by constituents who are PCSOs and find themselves increasingly going into potentially violent situations with no handcuffs, pepper spray or any of that. Will they also be included in the Bill, so...
Tracy Brabin: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, with reference to her Department's response to Freedom of Information request 45757, for what reason her Department does not hold information on family income in relation to validation of 30 hours of free childcare codes.
Tracy Brabin: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, whether there is a deadline on using childcare eligibility codes issued by HM Revenue and Customs to secure 30 hours of free childcare from childcare providers.
Tracy Brabin: More than 900 of my constituents are being placed on universal credit from 1 November, so will the Leader of the House explain how I can reassure them, given that we have no date in the diary for the Department for Work and Pensions to come and talk to us, that they are not being used as guinea pigs?
Tracy Brabin: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, pursuant to the oral contribution of the Minister of State for Children and Families of 12 October 2017, Official Report, column 212WH, in how many instances parents are using 30 hours of free childcare with (a) one provider, (b) two providers and (c) more that two providers.
Tracy Brabin: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, pursuant to the oral contribution of the Minister of State for Children and Families of 12 October 2017, Official Report, column 210WH, how many times a validation code has been generated on the basis of a job offer.
Tracy Brabin: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how many registered (a) childminders, (b) nurseries and (c) maintained nurseries rated as good or outstanding by Ofsted have closed in each of the last six months.
Tracy Brabin: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, whether her Department plans to monitor the level of additional charges placed on parents by childcare providers accessing government-funded free childcare.
Tracy Brabin: Time dictates that I should speak about one section of the community for whom universal credit will have a particularly devastating impact: the self-employed, and specifically actors and creatives. Most entertainers are self-employed. It has been established by case law and accepted by HMRC that entertainers should usually be classed as self-employed for tax purposes, but universal credit...
Tracy Brabin: I commend my hon. Friend the Member for Bethnal Green and Bow (Rushanara Ali), who is no longer in her place, for enabling us as parliamentarians to bear witness to this atrocity and to hear extremely powerful speeches from Members on both sides of the House; but sadly, speeches are not enough. Anyone who heard the testimony a few days ago of the mum whose young daughter’s hand slipped...
Tracy Brabin: I will keep going. The EU had also placed an embargo on weapons and equipment. That is all good, but it is not enough. We need to ban new investment in and business relationships with military-owned companies and members of the military and their families. We need to reinstate the annual General Assembly resolution on human rights in Myanmar. The international community, including the...
Tracy Brabin: What assessment she has made of the adequacy of the 2015 funding settlement for police authorities.
Tracy Brabin: “With officer numbers at 1985 levels, crime up 10% in the last year and police work becoming ever more complex, this additional pressure is not sustainable. The current flat cash settlement for forces announced in 2015 is no longer enough.” Those were the words of Britain’s most senior police chief. Which part of that does the Minister disagree with?
Tracy Brabin: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many children have tax-free childcare accounts set up in their name.
Tracy Brabin: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, what recent estimate his Department has made of the cost to the public purse of tax-free childcare in 2017-18.
Tracy Brabin: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, what estimate his Department has made of the average income of (a) two parent and (b) one parent families who use tax-free childcare.
Tracy Brabin: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many parents cannot currently access the money in their tax-free childcare account.