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Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Buildings (25 Mar 2024)

Damian Hinds: Responsibility for keeping buildings safe and well-maintained lies with schools and their responsible bodies, such as local authorities, academy trusts and voluntary-aided bodies. The department supports these bodies by providing capital funding, delivering major rebuilding programmes, and offering guidance and support. Ministers have regular conversations with schools and their responsible...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Pupils: Per Capita Costs (25 Mar 2024)

Damian Hinds: Responsibility for keeping buildings safe and well-maintained lies with schools and their responsible bodies, such as local authorities, academy trusts and voluntary-aided bodies. The department supports these bodies by providing capital funding, delivering major rebuilding programmes, and offering guidance and support. The department has allocated over £15 billion since 2015 for keeping...

Artificial Intelligence (Regulation) Bill [HL] - Second Reading (22 Mar 2024)

Baroness Twycross: ...noble Lord, Lord Holmes, seeks to address these shortcomings and, as he said in his opening remarks: if not now, when? Until such time as an independent AI regulator is established, the challenge lies in ensuring its effective implementation across various regulatory domains. This includes data protection, competition, communications and financial services. A number of noble Lords...

Access to Migraine Treatment — [David Mundell in the Chair] (20 Mar 2024)

Caroline Nokes: ...from the Dispatch Box when he was Chief Whip—in fact, quite the opposite. Migraine treatment is a serious subject. In November last year, I was privileged to host an event for the Migraine Trust. My hon. Friend the Member for Bishop Auckland did an incredible job of setting out the history of migraine and explaining in detail the challenges that sufferers face. When I agreed to host an...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Teachers: Labour Turnover and Recruitment (20 Mar 2024)

Damian Hinds: ...address teacher workload and wellbeing and support schools to introduce flexible working practices. The department has convened a workload reduction taskforce to explore how it can further support trust and school leaders to minimise workload for teachers. Well-maintained, safe school buildings are a priority for the department. Responsibility for keeping buildings safe and well-maintained...

United Kingdom: Union - Motion to Take Note (14 Mar 2024)

Lord Udny-Lister: ...good. This union has endured domestic trials and tribulations and international wars and conflicts. It has endured, as it is a union that is built on the shoulders and sacrifices of an ever-resilient people who have adapted and evolved to the changing tides of time. Today, we face immense global insecurity. We have wars waging in Europe, instability in the Middle East and global economic...

Scottish Parliament: Young Carers Action Day 2024 (14 Mar 2024)

Christine Grahame: ...of their own. Some begin giving care at a very young age, while others can become carers overnight. I was once a teacher and the role of the class teacher is important. I looked at the Carers Trust toolkit for young carers in education, which is a resource for identifying and supporting young carers. They can be distracted by, for example, checking their phone, not for trivial reasons but...

Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 104 (13 Mar 2024)

Lord Moynihan: ...recommendations made by the Competition and Markets Authority and to provide important safeguards for consumers. As evidenced by the security team at the O2, there are daily stories of families travelling to London to go to sold-out events finding on arrival that the tickets they had bought in good faith were fraudulently sold and unsuitable for admission. They have no recourse available...

Income Tax (Charge) (12 Mar 2024)

Kate Hollern: ...spend is up by £2.5 billion, or 12.8%, in 2023-24. If such services cannot be delivered effectively locally, pressure inevitably falls on the NHS. I recently met the East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust to discuss the most prescient issues after being contacted by constituents who had waited for hours on trolleys and in rooms without receiving attention. In recent months, the trust has...

Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - Report (1st Day): Amendment 61 (11 Mar 2024)

Lord Tyrie: ...whistleblowing provisions pretty thoroughly and as soon as possible. They are manifestly inadequate. Four points stand out. First, I think most people are agreed that they are defective in the anti-trust field. I have discussed that at considerable length in Committee, which I will not trouble the House with again. Secondly, the problems with the UK’s whistleblowing provisions are only...

Budget Resolutions - Income Tax (Charge) (11 Mar 2024)

John Baron: ...a marked shift in the tax burden in not just this Budget, but the previous Budget, away from workers to most other forms of income, including savings and pensions, and that is where its radicalism lies. Previously, Governments of both sides have used national insurance increases to help fund public services, including the NHS. I personally very much welcome this shift. Unemployment is a...

Local Regeneration: Industrial Areas - Motion to Take Note ( 7 Mar 2024)

Baroness Chapman of Darlington: ...have happened. Our airport is secure, for the time being at least, and our university is thriving. But many are wondering, after six years, where the money has gone and when they and their families will begin to feel the benefit. After decades of industrial decline, unemployment rates on Teesside are among the highest in the country at 4.2%, compared with the national average of 3.7%....

Scottish Parliament: Emma Caldwell Case ( 7 Mar 2024)

Russell Findlay: ..., and her husband, William, also taken by cancer. Margaret’s agony has been compounded by what appears to be corruption at the heart of Scotland’s criminal justice system. She was deceived and lied to by those in positions of power and trust in the police and the Crown Office. I have just met Margaret and her family, and their strength and dignity are truly humbling. Her campaign for...

Scottish Parliament: Ending Violence in Schools ( 6 Mar 2024)

Liam Kerr: ...will articulate those solutions and, no doubt, their own. However, I will set out my overall thoughts. The SNP Government must take responsibility—this is a devolved matter and the responsibility lies four square at this Government’s door. There must be proper national data collation by the Government, which will stem from trusted consistent reporting by teachers who have been given...

Foreign Affairs - Motion to Take Note (Continued) ( 5 Mar 2024)

Lord Purvis of Tweed: ...Lord Carrington as Foreign Secretary in the Thatcher Government—the last time we had a Foreign Secretary in this House—he discussed the Middle East and said that “the Palestinian problem lies at the very heart of the issue. The objective here must be full and genuine autonomy for these areas as a step towards determining their final status. Nothing would do more to help these...

Foreign Affairs - Motion to Take Note ( 5 Mar 2024)

Baroness Prashar: ...new alliances, including engaging with countries not necessarily within the current conflict areas, a number of which noble Lords have mentioned today, in order to build long-term relationships, trust and influence. In the current context it may seem naive to talk about these issues but, in an increasingly complex and unstable world, winning hearts and minds is more important than ever...

Automated Vehicles Bill [Lords] ( 5 Mar 2024)

Wera Hobhouse: The Liberal Democrats welcome the Bill because it takes the first step towards the creation of a framework within which automated vehicles can operate safely. The future of sustainable travel lies in such vehicles, and the UK now has a good opportunity to join the growing number of countries that are embracing this new technology. The tech sector in the UK is particularly strong, and the Bill...

Senior Civil Service (Accountability and Appointment) ( 5 Mar 2024)

Giles Watling: ...produce startling results, which have beaten fascists, built the NHS, and won the Olympic bid. When the conduct between us becomes strained, when confidence is undermined and when accountability, trust or respect are lacking, we get cast-iron assurances regarding matters such as weapons of mass destruction and sub-par personal protective equipment contracts. As a result, perfectly sound...

Farming ( 4 Mar 2024)

George Eustice: I draw the attention of the House to my entry in the Register of Members’ Financial Interests. I am a trustee of a family trust that owns shares in Trevaskis farm—our family farming business—and I am a director of Penbroath, a consultancy in the sector. I want to start by addressing the current year, because the current year is always at the top of farmers’ minds. As the shadow...

Prayers - [Mr Speaker in the Chair] : Conversion Practices (Prohibition) Bill — [Mr Speaker in the Chair] ( 1 Mar 2024)

Neale Hanvey: ...and refers back to the points made in the previous intervention. I have a very busy constituency office and I meet church leaders and different faith groups to talk about these issues. They are relieved that they have a Member of Parliament who is prepared to stand up on their behalf and ask the difficult questions. I have parents with children who are contemplating transition or who are...


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