Rosie Duffield: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what steps he is taking to ensure the availability of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for people with HIV in areas of high HIV prevalence after the places on the PrEP impact trial are fully subscribed.
Rosie Duffield: As the First Secretary of State will know, being my near neighbour in Kent, as a result of underfunding the Conservative county council has run out of cash and is cutting the funding of buses in Kent by 70%. Four hospital buses, 14 school buses and over 100 other routes are to be cut. Thousands of pensioners, especially in rural areas, are to be trapped at home. Does the right hon. Gentleman,...
Rosie Duffield: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, what plans he has to publish his Department's response to the consultation on Houses in multiple occupation and residential property licensing reforms, which closed on 12 December 2016.
Rosie Duffield: Economic partnership agreements have faced intense criticism both from the very countries that they are intended to help and from experts and academics across Europe. Will the Minister consider introducing a sunset clause into the rolled-over EPAs so that new and better agreements can eventually be negotiated?
Rosie Duffield: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what assessment she has made of the effectiveness of security of open spaces in cities against terrorist attacks using vehicles.
Rosie Duffield: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, how many live quarry have been killed during a trial hunt on Ministry of Defence land in each of the last five years.
Rosie Duffield: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, how many licences for trail hunts have been issued for Ministry of Defence land in each of the last five years.
Rosie Duffield: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, when he plans to publish the results of October to December 2016 consultation on homes in multiple occupation and residential licensing reform.
Rosie Duffield: What steps she is taking to support children with special educational needs.
Rosie Duffield: In my area, there is a chronic shortage of special needs school places. In Kent, nearly 7% of students with statements or EHCPs are not educated in the school setting, which is well above the national average. Does the Minister agree that every child in the UK is entitled to a school education, and will he instruct the Department for Education to support local authorities who are struggling...
Rosie Duffield: Q You talked about getting drivers behind this because they know it is the right thing to do, and that drivers are frightened. We are also trying to meet the environmental targets that the Government have set. Knowing car enthusiasts as you do, do you think that people will ever feel as enthusiastic and fanatical about electric vehicles as they do about Ferraris or other exciting cars?
Rosie Duffield: If there was one aspect of the Bill that members of the panel could change, what would it be?Q
Rosie Duffield: Does the hon. Lady agree that women such as Janet and Emma are ideally placed to get compensation, should the Government agree to a system similar to the €10 million French compensation scheme for Depakine?
Rosie Duffield: I am exceptionally worried about the impact of universal credit roll-out on my constituents following today’s debate. The fact that the Government continue to plough on with a failing initiative despite protests from some Conservative Members shows that they are driven more by political pride than considered policy. As we have heard, Citizens Advice says that half the people it has...
Rosie Duffield: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, which local funding authority is responsible for financial support for high needs students aged 16 to 25 when they study in a different area to that in which they reside.
Rosie Duffield: My hon. Friend the Member for Batley and Spen (Tracy Brabin), the shadow Minister with responsibility for early years, has just chaired a panel with childcare providers and I have taken down some of the quotes from that meeting: “The system is complex, long-winded and many parents give up”; “It’s not free, so let’s stop calling it free”; “We are...
Rosie Duffield: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, whether his Department accepts health visitors as suitable professionals to complete and sign the letter Response from health professional to request for evidence of injuries/condition consistent with domestic violence in pursuit of the granting of legal aid.
Rosie Duffield: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, where Government responsibility lies for the funding of high needs support for students aged 16 to 25 who are studying outside the UK.
Rosie Duffield: I thank my hon. Friend for bringing up such an important and relevant topic as the racism and anti-Semitism that are going on. I would like to highlight the unacceptable level of vitriol and aggression directed towards female candidates, in particular, during the election. Does she agree that the Government need to do more to ensure that women are not unjustly dissuaded from campaigning,...
Rosie Duffield: It is a great privilege to make my maiden speech as part of this special and important debate. Many people—especially me—were completely stunned on the morning of 9 June to wake up and find that a new red dot had appeared on the previously entirely blue political map of Kent. I am still recovering from the shock, but am also determined to bring as much positive difference as I...