Results 41–60 of 273 for speaker:Tom Randall

Scotland: Government’s Energy Security Strategy (18 May 2022)

Tom Randall: Putin’s illegal war in Ukraine has highlighted Europe’s dependence on Russian hydrocarbons. Does my hon. Friend agree that Scotland and her access to North sea oil and gas will play a crucial role in safeguarding the United Kingdom’s energy security as we transition to a greener future?

Prime Minister: Engagements (18 May 2022)

Tom Randall: I know that I am not alone in dealing with many constituents facing delays to renewing their passports and driving licences. In Gedling, there have been cases of family reunions in jeopardy and drivers nearly having job offers withdrawn because of delays to renewals. Can my right hon. Friend assure me that everything possible is being done in Government to address this problem so that we can...

Fairness at Work and Power in Communities (12 May 2022)

Tom Randall: I welcome the measures in the Queen’s Speech. Given that it contains more than 30 proposed Bills, there is much to talk about, but this afternoon I will confine my remarks to three points about housing. The term “property-owning democracy” is well known, but perhaps less well known is the name of Noel Skelton, the Conservative MP who coined the phrase and the underlying concept in...

Elections Bill (27 Apr 2022)

Tom Randall: I enjoy serving with the right hon. Gentleman on PACAC. As a footnote to what he is saying, one of the concerns I have, which is shared by many—I know we divided on this in the Committee, and I found myself in a minority of one—is that allegations of offences are not properly investigated by the police. He might consider that to be a separate issue. As another footnote, he mentioned Tower...

Elections Bill (27 Apr 2022)

Tom Randall: I thought that we also learned in Committee that the voter ID proposals would actually make us a more European country, in that they introduce things that we see in European voting systems. I am surprised that the hon. Gentleman disagrees with this divergence, and would have thought he would welcome it if he wants Scotland to be at the heart of Europe.

International Trade: UK Sanctions on Russia (21 Apr 2022)

Tom Randall: What assessment she had made with Cabinet colleagues of the effectiveness of UK sanctions on Russia in reducing international trade with that country.

International Trade: UK Sanctions on Russia (21 Apr 2022)

Tom Randall: I am grateful to my right hon. Friend for that answer. Last week I visited Poland with Conservative colleagues as part of Project Maja, the Conservative social action project. It included a visit to the Russian border, and what is usually a very busy border crossing with lots of commerce on both sides was, obviously, eerily quiet. The economic impact of this war is going to be long lasting...

Covid-19 Pandemic: Royal Mail Services — [Rushanara Ali in the Chair] (19 Apr 2022)

Tom Randall: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Ms Ali. I congratulate the hon. Member for Dulwich and West Norwood (Helen Hayes) on securing this important debate. I would like to associate myself with the appreciative comments she made about postal workers. My experience of postal deliveries came with my first opportunity to visit sorting offices in my constituency last Christmas, after...

Women and Equalities: People with Down Syndrome (30 Mar 2022)

Tom Randall: What steps the Government are taking to help ensure equality and freedom from discrimination for people with Down Syndrome.

Women and Equalities: People with Down Syndrome (30 Mar 2022)

Tom Randall: I welcome the passage of the Down Syndrome Bill through Parliament. Will my hon. Friend commit herself to consulting people living with Down syndrome and other disabilities during the development of the guidance to ensure that their voices are heard?

Business of the House (24 Mar 2022)

Tom Randall: Gedling borough residents are opening their council tax bills to find enclosed a letter signed by the council’s leader and deputy leader criticising the Government, including a statement that the borough had not received levelling-up funding. However, at a meeting I had with officials in the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities this week, I learned that Gedling’s...

Transport: Train Service Frequency: Netherfield, Burton Joyce and Carlton (17 Mar 2022)

Tom Randall: What steps his Department is taking to help ensure that the frequency of train services in Netherfield, Burton Joyce and Carlton returns to pre-covid-19 outbreak levels.

Transport: Train Service Frequency: Netherfield, Burton Joyce and Carlton (17 Mar 2022)

Tom Randall: There is a widespread view in Gedling that rail services could be improved. For example, Carlton recently lost its direct service to Matlock and many trains pass through Burton Joyce without stopping. I continue to have discussions with East Midlands Railway about how it might reach the maximum amount of services in its agreement with the Department. I would welcome the opportunity to meet my...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Medical Treatments: Life Sciences (15 Mar 2022)

Tom Randall: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what assessment he has made for the implications of his policy on the commitment in the Life Sciences Vision to have an ambitious National Institute for Health and Care Excellence Methods Review.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Rare Diseases (15 Mar 2022)

Tom Randall: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what assessment he has made of the potential impact of proposed changes to NICE’s Methods and Process on patients with very rare diseases.

Refugees from Ukraine (10 Mar 2022)

Tom Randall: I welcome today’s announcement, which I am sure will also be welcomed by the many Gedling residents who also want a generous approach. My right hon. Friend has spoken about the processing centres in Poland, but will she update us on the processing of visas for those Ukrainian refugees currently in northern France?

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Topical Questions (10 Mar 2022)

Tom Randall: Breathing clean air is an essential ingredient in living a long and healthy life. Does my hon. Friend agree that it is important that residents, particularly in our urban areas, are breathing as clear air as possible? What support are the Government offering local authorities to tackle air quality?

Social Care: Nottinghamshire (21 Feb 2022)

Tom Randall: I congratulate my hon. Friend on securing this Adjournment debate; it is on a very important subject. I am sure that most Nottinghamshire MPs have spoken to people such as Terry Galloway who has some very interesting ideas on this subject. I am talking in particular about people who are of working age but who are leaving the care system—reintegrating into life as it were. They face...

Business of the House (10 Feb 2022)

Tom Randall: I welcome my right hon. Friend to his new position. There is understandable public interest in the allegation of gatherings at Downing Street, but does he share my concern about how this subject has recently been taught at Welbeck Primary School in Nottingham? According to the school’s tweet about the lesson, children appear to have been taught allegations as fact—Mr Speaker, they also...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Palliative Care (10 Feb 2022)

Tom Randall: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what assessment he has made of the potential impact on end of life patients of NICE’s proposed severity modifier being introduced in a opportunity cost neutral package.


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