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Health and Social Care: Topical Questions (23 Apr 2024)

Daisy Cooper: West Hertfordshire Hospital Trust is at the front of the queue for the new hospital programme. We have the land, planning permission, building design, political and staff support, and enabling works are under way. But, like many other trusts around the country, the hospital trust is being asked to submit business case after business case. Will the Secretary of State clarify whether those...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Act 2023 (23 Apr 2024)

Andrew Stephenson: ...2023 came into force on 8 December 2023. As we set out in in our consultation response on minimum service levels in the ambulance sector, in our engagement with representatives from ambulance trusts, they indicated that establishing a minimum service level at the level specified in the regulations would require approximately 80% of an ambulance service’s resources on a typical shift....

Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill: Clause 1 - Introduction (22 Apr 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: It was not just one refugee; many refugees are taken from Rwanda by this country, which begs the question how safe Rwanda can be. All that the amendment would do is trust but verify. It would put in place the kind of mechanism that is embedded in thousands of pieces of legislation that are on the statute book. I simply cannot understand why the Government cannot simply accept the amendment...

Hospice Funding (22 Apr 2024)

James Sunderland: ...facilities. Their speeches have come across amazingly, with real pathos and depth, and I commend all hon. Members who have spoken so personally about their journeys. Secondly, there are Members like me who have not had personal experience of hospices but recognise the importance of what they do. If I may, I will talk about two important hospices for my constituency. Thames hospice—it was...

Carer’s Allowance — [Julie Elliott in the Chair] (22 Apr 2024)

Mims Davies: ...after their loved ones: we are post-covid and we face cost of living pressures due to the invasion of Ukraine. It is a challenging time for all of us, but most particularly our carers. I want, like many, to begin by paying tribute to the millions of unpaid carers across this country. Very thoughtful and personal contributions have been made by hon. Members, and I duly note the queries and...

Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 16 (22 Apr 2024)

the Bishop of Derby: ...as is my diocese, of the Church Commissioners. I thank the Minister for her engagement with the charities affected by the legislation so far: the Church Commissioners, John Lyon’s Charity, Portal Trust, Campden Charities, Merchant Taylors’ Boone’s Charity, Dulwich Estate and the London Diocesan Fund. I hope she will continue to engage with my right reverend friend to find an amicable...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Relationships and Sexuality Education (22 Apr 2024)

Nuala McAllister: ...; that we need to get real; that we have to be careful not to be dangerous and immoral; that we need to make sure that the family unit is the best place; and that we need to ensure that we have the trust of parents in educating our young people. I turn to a number of his points in which he said that we cannot get involved and should not trump the rights of parents. He mentioned that we...

Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill - Committee (1st Day) (22 Apr 2024)

Baroness Scott of Bybrook: ...Taylor of Stevenage, in her opposition to Clause 7. I turn to Amendments 1 to 4. The effect of this group of amendments would be to remove certain exceptions from the ban on new leases of houses. Like the noble Baroness, the Government want to see new houses sold as freehold. That is why we committed to ban the sale of new leases of houses other than in a very narrow set of circumstances....

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Ramming of Police Vehicles: South Armagh (22 Apr 2024)

Jim Allister: ...about the upturn, which, by virtue of the sheer scale from 2022 to 2023, cannot be coincidental. That is a pretty inescapable inference from the rise in the number of incidents. Whether Mr McNulty likes it or not, the fact that south Armagh heads the league table with Londonderry and west Belfast speaks a message. Yet, there are some who want to hide away from that. It is a bit like hiding...

English Horticultural Sector (Horticultural Sector Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (19 Apr 2024)

Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle: ...his clear introduction, and join the almost universal tributes to the noble Baroness, Lady Fookes, for her long-term contribution to horticulture. I declare that I have an Industry and Parliament Trust fellowship with the Horticultural Trades Association. I start, as pretty well every noble Lord has, by reflecting on the extreme disappointment there has been in the Government’s response...

Impact of Environmental Regulations on Development (Built Environment Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (19 Apr 2024)

Lord Mawson: My Lords, I will not rehearse in this speech the points made in the committee’s report. They are now in the public domain and are clear and have been set out in this debate. I would, however, like to share a few reflections on the process that we have been through and the lessons learned. I thank the committee clerks and Kelvin, our special adviser, for the support they gave us and the...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Carers (19 Apr 2024)

David Johnston: ...’s data on young carers across the school system. The government has published information on how and where young carers can get help and support, encouraging them to speak to someone they trust at their school or college, like a teacher or school nurse, about their caring responsibilities and how this might affect them. As set out in ‘Keeping children safe in education’, the...

Covid-19: Response and Excess Deaths (18 Apr 2024)

Neale Hanvey: ...ifs or buts any longer. All mRNA vaccines must be halted and banned now.” Will the Minister answer the following question? Is big pharma being exempted from liability, and if so, why? The loss of trust in big pharma is substantial and, worryingly, because of that the value of vaccination itself has been deeply damaged. Personally—I say this frankly—I will never accept another mRNA...

NHS: Long-term Sustainability - Motion to Take Note (18 Apr 2024)

Baroness Merron: ...and secondary care. There are at least 21 different types of electronic patient records in hospitals and 34 apps to book an appointment. No company would be able to survive with productivity like this, as the noble Baroness, Lady Tyler, said. Let me ask the Minister: how has the Government allowed the NHS to develop like this? NHS England’s digital lead, Joe Harrison, estimates that...

Access to Redress Schemes (18 Apr 2024)

Kevan Jones: ...(Richard Foord) for opening the debate, which is very timely. I agree with the hon. Member for Christchurch (Sir Christopher Chope) that it is disappointing that there are not more Members here. Like him, I remember when Thursdays were full days, but now they seem to be optional extras for Members of Parliament—that is showing both my age and his. I declare an interest as a member of...

Business of the House (18 Apr 2024)

Anne McLaughlin: Springburn Winter Gardens Trust has submitted a bid to the community ownership fund to stop our winter gardens—once the largest glass house in Scotland—collapsing. Could we have a debate in Government time on the need to protect our built heritage? Watching and listening from the Public Gallery today was my four-year-old constituent Callie Lang—until she got bored for some reason. I am...

Cass Review - Statement (17 Apr 2024)

The following Statement was made in the House of Commons on Monday 15 April. “With your permission, Madam Deputy Speaker, I would like to make a Statement on the Cass review of gender identity services for children and young people. May I say how pleased I am that we are joined by parents of children who have been affected by some of the issues raised in this review? I hope all of us will...

Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill - Commons Reasons: Motion A (17 Apr 2024)

Lord Coaker: ...unsafe, by letting the Government know—or the Government themselves could act. Why on earth would the Government oppose that amendment? It is completely unbelievable that a sensible amendment like that has not been accepted. I say to the Government—to those on the Front Bench both here and in the other place—that they should reflect properly on what the noble and learned Lord is...

7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Public Services Ombudsman for Wales (17 Apr 2024)

Llyr Gruffydd: ...motion, and I was with you part of the way, but I lost you then in the second part, I have to say, because—. I'll say 'thank you' for bringing this motion forward. I think, in an age of declining trust in these kinds of institutions, it's more important than ever that we uphold the highest possible standards, particularly in those bodies that are meant to scrutinise conduct in public...

Scottish Parliament: Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Act 2021 (17 Apr 2024)

Christine Grahame: ...number of hate crimes—I emphasise the word “crimes”—that have been recorded each year in Scotland has been between 6,300 and 7,000, so hate crime is not new, although perhaps the public, like many of us, were not aware of the extent of it. Fact: just under a third of hate crimes in Scotland involved a victim who experienced the incident at their place of work or while...


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