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Public Bill Committee: School Attendance (Duties of Local Authorities and Proprietors of Schools) Bill: Clause 1 - School attendance: general duties on local authorities ( 1 May 2024)

Damian Hinds: ...under the Bill. That guidance, as my right hon. Friend the Member for Chelmsford said, is the piece entitled, “Working together to improve school attendance”. It is widely supported by schools, trusts and local authorities, and both the Select Committee—I am pleased to welcome its Chair here today—and the Children’s Commissioner for England have previously called for it to be...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Integrated Care Systems: Labour Turnover ( 1 May 2024)

Andrew Stephenson: ...Health Service over the next 15 years. Key to this is the National Retention Programme. The programme builds on the NHS People Promise, and supports integrated care systems (ICSs), regions, NHS trusts, and organisations to improve employee experience to retain their people, and therefore reduce NHS staff leaver rates. The National Retention Programme provides a suite of evidence-based,...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Education: Faith School designation reforms ( 1 May 2024)

Gillian Keegan: ...which has put schools in the hands of education experts. Today, over half of state-funded schools are now academies, totalling 10,839 compared to just 203 in 2010. High quality multi-academy trusts are key to driving up education standards for pupils, teachers and leaders. The best trusts enable the most effective leaders to support a greater number of schools and deliver school...

Victims and Prisoners Bill - Report (3rd Day): Amendment 119BA (as an amendment to Amendment 119B) (30 Apr 2024)

Baroness Finlay of Llandaff: ...is long overdue. I remind the House that it was in May 1975, nearly 50 years ago, that the WHO expressed serious concern at the international plasma trade. There has been an enormous erosion of trust, grief and anguish. I even worry when people talk about rebuilding trust, because I think we have to stop it being eroded. From the explanations that I have heard outside this Chamber from the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Bangor and Newtownards Minor Injury Units: Closure (30 Apr 2024)

Colin McGrath: ...that you can never work out where it is going to go in the politics and messages that were previously relayed. Obviously, I am not from the North Down and Ards area. I am part of the South Eastern Trust area, and I am just surprised that I am not here talking about closures to Downe Hospital, which has been the norm over the past 20 years when it comes to discussions about the South...

Victims and Prisoners Bill - Report (3rd Day): Amendment 119B (30 Apr 2024)

Earl Howe: ...infected blood compensation authority board and, in doing so, perhaps I may address Amendments 121B to 121H tabled by the noble Baronesses, Lady Brinton, Lady Featherstone and Lady Meacher. I would like to be clear with the House today that it is the Government’s intention that the process of recruiting a chair of the infected blood compensation authority will begin immediately. In the...

Victims and Prisoners Bill - Report (3rd Day): Amendment 118 (30 Apr 2024)

Lord Wills: ...to understand the need for this amendment is to hear in Jenni Hicks’s own words what happened. This is how she described it in an email sent on 5 November 2022: “I was asked if I would like to see 7 post, post mortem photographs of Vicki and 5 post, post mortem photographs of Sarah. I was warned they were both graphic and not pleasant. However, because of the 33yrs of lies,...

Preventable Sight Loss (30 Apr 2024)

Margaret Greenwood: ...in the range of treatments that it provides. The Centre for Health and the Public Interest warns that the increase in the percentage of the NHS budget being spent on cataract operations is likely to mean that there are fewer resources available to treat other eye care conditions, such as glaucoma and macular degeneration, which are generally considered more serious and lead to irreversible...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Autism (Amendment) Act (Northern Ireland) 2022 (30 Apr 2024)

Cheryl Brownlee: ...diagnosis. As an MLA for East Antrim, I know only too well the importance of the new autism strategy and how it can improve the lives of autistic people in Northern Ireland and their families. Like many Members, I am inundated with requests for support. Many families do not know what to do or where to go after a diagnosis, and it is often left to the voluntary sector to help support those...

Group 3: Disqualification from being a Member of the Senedd or a candidate: persons convicted of the offence of deception within the previous four years (Amendment 43) (30 Apr 2024)

Darren Millar: ...world. One of them is the challenge of politicians, sometimes unwittingly, picking up inaccurate, untruthful statements and running with them, and those things proliferating themselves in things like social media. That, then, undermines the trust in democracy and plays into the hands of our international enemies, frankly, in terms of those authoritarian regimes that want to do a disservice...

Social Cohesion and Democratic Resilience: Khan Review — [Sir Mark Hendrick in the Chair] (30 Apr 2024)

Jonathan Gullis: ...understand that it would have been completely inappropriate to refer to people in that way. It is important to understand that there was a groundswell of anger among the public, including people like myself, who voted to leave and who campaigned to leave the European Union. We felt that this place was, sadly, not hearing or representing those views and that others in this place—not the...

Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill: Clause 19 - Power to impose conduct requirements (30 Apr 2024)

Lyn Brown: .... We have tried to nip this in the bud by bringing it to the public’s attention, putting pressure on individuals and encouraging action to be taken, but we need legislation to stamp it out. I like the fact that in Labour’s proposed legislation there will be an upper limit on the number of tickets that an individual can resell, in order to make organised ticket touting an unprofitable...

Public Bill Committee: Tobacco and Vapes Bill: Examination of Witness (30 Apr 2024)

...so addictive. It is really important that we remember the 6.4 million remaining smokers in the UK and the fact that 350 18 to 24-year-olds will get hooked on lethal tobacco smoking today. I would like the Committee to imagine that cigarettes did not exist. It is 2024, and here we are discussing a product that is designed to hook, kill, maim, and be completely addictive. This discussion...

Scottish Parliament: Business Motion (30 Apr 2024)

George Adam: ...that in the chamber, two hours after the meeting; it is to be done there, in the bureau. Douglas Ross is quite right that our meetings do not take place in smoke-filled rooms or anything like that; they are perfectly open for everyone to see. The disappointing part, and the misunderstanding, relates to this: during today’s debate and discussion, I said, “I have just received...

Sport Horse Industry: Import and Export Controls (30 Apr 2024)

Helen Morgan: ... and show-jumping horses are important and thriving in North Shropshire. DEFRA is moving in the right direction on some of these issues, but the process so far has been more chaotic than we would like. We want the Department for Business and Trade to be involved as well, because horses move backwards and forwards and we do not want to disadvantage our own breeders. Before I finish, I would...

Public Bill Committee: Tobacco and Vapes Bill: Examination of Witnesses (30 Apr 2024)

...products are available to pupils is that they are masquerading as hard drives, as highlighter sticks or as other things that it would be legitimate for a pupil to bring into school. This is not like a situation in which you catch a pupil with a packet of cigarettes and you confiscate it; first, you have to identify what on earth it is that that pupil has. At the end of the day, good order...

Post-16 Education: Isles of Scilly (29 Apr 2024)

Derek Thomas: ...weather scuppering travel plans. And this weather disruption is not limited to the winter. Everyone in the Chamber will appreciate the difficulty of finding accommodation in a wonderful destination like Penzance at the peak of the tourist season. There are obvious safeguarding issues with young people staying on their own when their journey is disrupted. Many parents are understandably...

Child Poverty - Question for Short Debate (29 Apr 2024)

Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle: ...from poverty and a lack of access to resources but from a lack of access to power. That poverty is defining the shape of those children’s bodies and of their lives. As the head of an education trust in east Yorkshire, Jonny Uttley of the Education Alliance, reported, what does child poverty mean? It means regularly going to school hungry. It means not having the money for lunch. It means...

Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 85 (29 Apr 2024)

Baroness Fox of Buckley: ...taxpayer grants via Homes England towards the cost of building new retirement flats. There have been some egregious abuses in terms of blocking staircasing and so on. I assume that the Government, like many of us, are broadly enthusiastic about specifically built retirement homes. These retirement homes, on paper at least, are an ideal situation to downsizing, allowing valuable housing...

Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 84 (29 Apr 2024)

Baroness Fox of Buckley: ...ownership. I thought about that particularly when watching an excellent lecture entitled “Making our homes our own” by Professor Nicholas Hopkins, a Law Commissioner for property, family and trust law. When you are renting somewhere to live, there is a sense of dependence on a landlord. You have no conception that you own the property, and it is all very clear. I remember my father...


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