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Fatalities in Childbirth: Statutory Leave and Pay ( 6 Dec 2023)

Theo Clarke: ...all its support for my birth trauma campaign, and for helping me to collate these stories. One mother wrote to me about her experiences at King’s College Hospital in London: “I had been told to lie as still as possible, so I got my husband’s attention, and he started shouting to get someone’s attention as our baby had gone blue. She was exhausted and had been placed face down on my...

Personal Statement ( 6 Dec 2023)

Suella Braverman: ...problem relates to so much more than just illegal arrivals. From my time as Home Secretary, I can say that the same human rights framework is producing insanities that the public would scarcely believe: foreign terrorists we cannot deport because of their human rights; terrorists we have to let back in because of their human rights; foreign rapists and paedophiles who should have been...

Scottish Parliament: Fiscal Framework Review ( 6 Dec 2023)

Alex Cole-Hamilton: ...for household budgets for years, particularly in relation to mortgages and the prices that people pay in the shops. However, they are not alone in being to blame. Much of the blame also lies at the door of St Andrew’s house, because the Scottish Government is principally to blame for the stagnant growth outlook for our economy. In her motion, the Deputy First Minister asks for the...

Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - Second Reading ( 5 Dec 2023)

Baroness Uddin: ...era is regarded as a miracle century of advancement. The Covid lockdown fastened us all to Zoom, which connected us with not just our loved ones but the worlds of work and business. The large monopolies arrived at our e-doors expanding every conceivable service, including health and well-being, education and internet shopping, on a scale beyond any predicted forecast. In zillions of homes...

Windsor Framework (Retail Movement Scheme: Public Health, Marketing and Organic Product Standards and Miscellaneous Provisions) Regulations 2023 - Motion to Regret ( 4 Dec 2023)

Lord Weir of Ballyholme: ...at present, but where it will take us in the future. While there are many aspects of this I have concerns about, which other noble Lords have touched on, there is a microcosm of three issues that lie at the heart of our difficulties. First, when the Government produced the Windsor Framework, they massively overhyped what they had achieved. All of us, particularly those of us from Northern...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Repairs and Maintenance ( 1 Dec 2023)

Damian Hinds: ..., safe school buildings are a priority for the department in order that they support a high-quality education for all children. 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 them by providing access to annual capital funding,...

3. Statement by the Minister for Economy: Economic Mission: Priorities for a Stronger Economy (28 Nov 2023)

Vaughan Gething: ...has provided uncertainty across the economy. It does matter that Welsh Ministers remain in post for longer periods than the chaotic current Westminster cycle. Consistency allows closer and more trusted relationships to form with businesses, trade unions and other partners. Consistency allows us to have a better understanding of the opportunities that Wales can win. Our 'Economic Mission:...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Asbestos (27 Nov 2023)

Damian Hinds: ...://www.gov.uk/government/publications/reinforced-autocl aved-aerated-concrete-raac-management-information. Asbestos ‘duty holders’ for schools, who usually include local authorities and academy trusts, must comply with the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012. Information on duty holders is available at: https://www.hse.gov.uk/asbestos/duty.htm#who. The Health and Safety Executive...

Business and Trade Committee: World Stroke Day (23 Nov 2023)

Rachael Maskell: .... If an individual is on a pathway to a care home, the care home should be properly trained in supporting people who have had a stroke. Everything matters: the person’s positioning, how they lie in bed, how they sit in a chair and how their hand rests can make a real difference to their function, and their hygiene and personal care. It is necessary to ensure that, if they are...

Autumn Statement (22 Nov 2023)

Rachel Reeves: ...short periods. But, once again, we see that that policy has been vetoed by the Prime Minister. The best way to get people back to work is to get our NHS working, but the reality is you can never trust the Tories with our NHS. The Chancellor has made great fanfare about public sector efficiency and value for money. That is from a Government who have blown £140 million on a discredited...

Written Answers — Department for Culture, Media and Sport: Armed Conflict: Gaza (22 Nov 2023)

John Whittingdale: ...provide accurate and impartial news and information. That is particularly important when it comes to coverage of highly sensitive events. The BBC’s accuracy and impartiality is critical to viewer trust. The events in Israel since 7 October are terrorist acts committed by a terrorist organisation, proscribed in the United Kingdom since 2021 and designated as such by many other governments...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Medical Treatments (22 Nov 2023)

Lord Markham: ...for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommendations. Stocks are distributed in England in response to orders received from community pharmacies and National Health Service secondary care trusts who operate under arrangements put in place by the relevant NHS Commissioning Boards. Proportionate allocations have been made to the Devolved Nations and detailed distribution arrangements lie...

Media Bill (21 Nov 2023)

Rob Butler: ...feel that the current model is not sustainable in the medium to long term. It is not just me who has raised concerns about the BBC. According to the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, trust in BBC News has plummeted from 75% in 2018 to 55% in 2022. That trend clearly cannot continue. I have focused my remarks principally on broadcasters, as that is where the majority of my...

Floating Offshore Wind — [Dame Angela Eagle in the Chair] (16 Nov 2023)

Andrew Bowie: ...opportunity for floating offshore wind is significant. The Global Wind Energy Council has said: “The market is nascent, but could be huge: 80% of the world’s offshore wind resource potential lies in waters deeper than 60m.” That is too deep for fixed-bottom wind. The UK’s Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult’s Floating Offshore Wind Centre of Excellence has estimated that floating...

Written Answers — Department for Culture, Media and Sport: BBC: Political Impartiality (16 Nov 2023)

John Whittingdale: ...provide accurate and impartial news and information. That is particularly important when it comes to coverage of highly sensitive events. The BBC’s accuracy and impartiality is critical to viewer trust. The events in Israel since 7 October are terrorist acts committed by a terrorist organisation, proscribed in the United Kingdom since 2021 and designated as such by many other governments...

King’s Speech - Debate (6th Day) (15 Nov 2023)

Lord Winston: ..., is the corruption of truth. An old Talmudic saying of falsehood, is lashon hara, the evil tongue. The noble Lord, Lord Dobbs, is not in his place, but as he mentioned, the focus of falsehood is lie. As the Talmud says, it is like murder. It is not the murder just of one person, the person who is being lied about, but also of the person who promotes that lie and the people who listen to...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Ministerial Code (First Minister and Deputy First Minister) (15 Nov 2023)

Alex Cole-Hamilton: ...that might show how she weighed science against politics—in consideration of those decisions, she, too, undermines the work of the inquiry. A particular tragedy of Scotland's pandemic story lies in the decision that was taken in April 2020 to move untested and Covid-positive patients from our hospitals to our nation’s care homes. However, we will forever be denied a comprehensive...

Economic Growth (14 Nov 2023)

Cat Smith: ...one-way system in Lancaster city centre, I know that we need to encourage active travel but in a way that is safe for public health as well. I had the pleasure of visiting, with the Canal & River Trust, a stretch of the Lancaster canal that is desperately in need of renovation, and the Government’s cuts to the trust will have a hugely detrimental impact not only in my constituency but...

King’s Speech - Debate (4th Day) (13 Nov 2023)

Viscount Waverley: ...governmental intervention, with some decrying unhelpful meddling. To succeed internationally we must actively engage with the priorities of others, recognising the significance of cultivating trust and giving due regard to an emphasis on local context. I was uncomfortable, therefore, when a PM’s trade envoy at a recent pan-Africa conference that I attended could muster only a narrative...

Building an NHS Fit for the Future (13 Nov 2023)

Rosena Allin-Khan: ...people last month alone. In 2010, when Labour left office, doctors like me were not having to perform intimate exams in cupboards and patients were not having to line the halls waiting to be seen, lying on the floor. With yet another Health Secretary coming into post, nothing will change and Tooting people will continue to be let down by the Government. This was a King’s Speech lacking...


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