Results 161–180 of 250 for speaker:Suzanne Webb

Covid-19 Update (30 Dec 2020)

Suzanne Webb: There is no doubt that the news of the vaccine and the Brexit deal are a grand finale to what has been a difficult year, albeit one with mixed emotions, as constituencies such as mine go into tier 4. As a fitting way to end this statement, will my right hon. Friend join me in thanking everybody working in the NHS and social care, not just across my constituency but in all constituencies, for...

Immigration Rules: Supported Accommodation (16 Dec 2020)

Suzanne Webb: I welcome the immediate steps this Government have taken to overhaul our broken asylum system. What steps is my hon. Friend taking in the longer term to fix the system once and for all?

Wales: The Union (16 Dec 2020)

Suzanne Webb: What steps his Department is taking to strengthen the Union.

Wales: The Union (16 Dec 2020)

Suzanne Webb: Does my right hon. Friend agree that one of the strengths of our Union—our great and united Union—is that we can support and help each other in times of crisis? What support are the UK Government giving to the Welsh Government to help them to fight the pandemic, now that Wales has the second-highest death rate per 100,000 in Europe?

UN Mission in Mali: Armed Forces Deployment ( 9 Dec 2020)

Suzanne Webb: This is the latest in a long line of peacekeeping and humanitarian missions undertaken by our armed forces with the support of this Conservative Government. Does my hon. Friend agree that, thanks to this Government’s support of our armed forces, in words and in actions, they have been able to deliver an immeasurable impact on the lives of those most in need of security and stability across...

Covid-19 Vaccine Roll-out ( 8 Dec 2020)

Suzanne Webb: With the vaccine now being rolled out, I was thrilled to see this historic moment—in the world, no less—being administered in the west midlands. I urge my constituents of Stourbridge, when the call to arms comes, to please do take up the vaccine. This question has been asked already, but I do not think there is any harm in my right hon. Friend reiterating his answer. Does he agree with...

Business of the House ( 3 Dec 2020)

Suzanne Webb: Ryan Passey, a constituent of mine, sadly lost his life at the hands of a knife, and the perpetrator was acquitted in an absurd verdict that shocked the whole town. We sometimes hear young adults say that they carry a knife for self-defence. We know that it is illegal to do so, so could the Leader of the House make time for a debate on further tightening of the law in this area so that...

Transport: Topical Questions ( 3 Dec 2020)

Suzanne Webb: The Clockfields estate in my constituency has long suffered from poorly maintained roads, owing to a complicated legal situation. Will my right hon. Friend join me in encouraging all parties involved to work harder and faster to bring a conclusion to this matter, which has caused my constituents to live with such poor road surfaces for so many years?

Transport: Topical Questions ( 3 Dec 2020)

Suzanne Webb: indicated assent.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Roads: Repairs and Maintenance ( 3 Dec 2020)

Suzanne Webb: What steps his Department is taking to improve the condition of England’s roads.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Job Entry Targeted Support ( 3 Dec 2020)

Suzanne Webb: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, how many jobseekers have been referred to the Job Entry Targeted Support Programme since referrals began.

Arcadia and Debenhams: Business Support and Job Retention ( 2 Dec 2020)

Suzanne Webb: I am sure the thoughts of the whole House will be with employees of Debenhams and Arcadia, who face huge uncertainty this week, particularly in the run-up to Christmas. These are long-standing bastions of the high street. However, both organisations have been struggling for quite some time; indeed, Debenhams has been in administration since January. While no redundancies have yet been...

Covid-19 Update (26 Nov 2020)

Suzanne Webb: First, I want to thank residents in my constituency for their hard work and sacrifice; their borough has been hard hit by the virus. With my constituency being in one of the worst affected areas, will my right hon. Friend consider rolling out the vaccine as a priority when it is ready to the country’s worst affected areas, which have been not only blighted by this virus, but hard hit...

Northern Ireland Protocol: Implementation Proposals (18 Nov 2020)

Suzanne Webb: With over 25 years of working, living and breathing importing and exporting, I understand the importance of protecting the unfettered access between Great Britain and Northern Ireland. I thank the Minister for his guarantee that it will be protected. Does he agree that all the naysayers do is bring uncertainty to businesses and local economies, and that they need to get on board with the fact...

Health and Social Care: Covid-19: Adult Social Care (17 Nov 2020)

Suzanne Webb: What steps his Department is taking to support the adult social care sector during the covid-19 outbreak.

Health and Social Care: Covid-19: Adult Social Care (17 Nov 2020)

Suzanne Webb: The new megalabs will open in 2021, one of which will be just down the road in Leamington Spa. This is very welcome news for the care sector in Stourbridge, which needs fast access to testing to carry out its amazing work, and let us not forget that these megalabs will bring thousands of jobs to the midlands. The UK is already No. 1 in Europe for testing capacity. With these new labs on...

Covid-19 (11 Nov 2020)

Suzanne Webb: I am taking a slightly more optimistic approach in this debate—some may say I am a rational optimist by nature—and I am going to use the limited time I have to focus on our local jobcentres, which have played a crucial role in our response to coronavirus, working in the trenches on the economic frontline. Universal credit is standing up to the challenge of covid-19. The Department for...

Covid-19 Lockdown: Homelessness and Rough Sleepers (11 Nov 2020)

Suzanne Webb: I start by thanking this Government, who have supported 29,000 people who have been rough sleeping this year alone. I have only a handful of rough sleepers in my constituency—a handful too many—but I thank the Government for finding secure accommodation for them during the pandemic, helping to protect lives and prevent the spread of the virus. Will my hon. Friend join me in thanking local...

Home Department: Knife Crime ( 9 Nov 2020)

Suzanne Webb: What steps her Department is taking to reduce knife crime.

Home Department: Knife Crime ( 9 Nov 2020)

Suzanne Webb: In 2017, my constituent Ryan Passey was killed with a knife inside a nightclub in Stourbridge. Absurdly, the perpetrator was acquitted. I am grateful for the work done by the Government so far on sentencing, but does the Minister agree that we need to be tough not just on sentencing, but on all aspects that have thus far allowed the perpetrators of knife crime to go free?

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