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Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Employment (26 Sep 2023)

Lord Murray of Blidworth: There are no plans to change the existing policy, which allows asylum seekers to work if their claim has been outstanding for 12 months or more, through no fault of their own. It is important that our approach distinguishes between those who need protection and those seeking to work here who should apply for a work visa under the Immigration Rules. Asylum seekers do not need to make perilous...

Written Answers — Home Office: Refugees: Housing and Universal Credit (26 Sep 2023)

Lord Murray of Blidworth: The Home Office only has a legal obligation to support someone until the end of the prescribed move-on period. Where someone is given notice that their asylum claim has been granted, their appeal has been allowed or their asylum claim has been refused but they have been given leave to enter or remain, the prescribed period is 28 days. We are engaging the Department for Work and Pensions and...

Written Answers — Department for Business and Trade: Post Offices: Closures (26 Sep 2023)

the Earl of Minto: ...and is providing a further £335 million for the Post Office between 2022 and 2025. The Post Office network is not in decline. As CEO Nick Read confirmed recently, the network is as large as it has been for about five years with over 11,600 branches. Government continues to monitor Post Office's network numbers and performance, and Post Office publishes an annual network report.

Written Answers — Department for Science, Innovation and Technology: Research: Scientists (26 Sep 2023)

Viscount Camrose: ...’s Horizon Europe Guarantee scheme maintained a lifeline for UK researchers and businesses by guaranteeing the funding of bids into the Horizon Europe programme, meaning no UK researchers have been left out of pocket, nor needed to leave the UK. The Guarantee scheme has issued over 2,500 grant offers worth £1.35 billion to the end of August 2023.

Scottish Parliament: Ovarian Cancer Treatment (26 Sep 2023)

Carol Mochan: It has been two years since the women’s health plan was announced in an effort to tackle health inequality, but I put it to the minister that there has rarely been a time since the foundation of the NHS when it has been so dangerous to be a woman who is not well off in Scotland. Depending on where people live, the situation could be even worse. What immediate and urgent action will the...

Scottish Parliament: Degree Classifications (26 Sep 2023)

Graeme Dey: ...marking and assessment boycott at universities across the United Kingdom, effective from 6 September. The impact of the boycott has varied across and within institutions. Now that the boycott has been withdrawn, it is my clear expectation that Scottish universities with backlogs work at pace to complete outstanding marking assessments in order to provide affected students with their final...

Scottish Parliament: Climate Emergency (26 Sep 2023)

Màiri McAllan: The First Minister, representing Scotland to an international audience at New York climate week last week, set out very clearly how events at home and around the world this summer have been a stark reminder that climate change is not a far-off threat. The twin crises of climate change and the degradation of our natural world are affecting lives right now, and people are losing everything, up...

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (26 Sep 2023)

The Presiding Officer: Thank you. I have just been asked to do this at a pace that enables recording.

1. Questions to the First Minister: Voter Registration (26 Sep 2023)

Rhys ab Owen: 6. What progress has been made on the development of automatic voter registration pilots in Wales? OQ59957

Written Answers — Department for Education: Pupils: Autism (25 Sep 2023)

David Johnston: ...Needs (SEN) gets the support they need. This includes autistic children and young people. This support should be put in place at the earliest opportunity when a child or young person with SEN has been identified. There is no need to wait for a medical assessment or diagnosis. The Code states that, where it has been identified that a child or young person needs SEN support, the early years...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Universal Credit: Cost of Living (25 Sep 2023)

Guy Opperman: ...all rents in all areas. However, in 2020 the Government spent almost £1 billion increasing Local Housing Allowance rates to the 30th percentile of market rents. This significant investment has been maintained, ensuring that everyone who benefited continues to do so. The Government understands the pressures people are facing with the cost of living and has announced support to households...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Libya: Floods (25 Sep 2023)

David Rutley: Our representatives to the African Union have been briefed on the humanitarian response to the floods in Libya. The Africa Centres for Disease control (CDC) briefed the UK alongside other countries on their planned response , in line with their statement over the weekend.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Interviews (25 Sep 2023)

Robert Jenrick: Once a claimant has been interviewed, asylum decision-makers carefully consider their protection needs by assessing all the evidence provided, in light of published country information guidance. We have taken immediate action to speed up asylum processing whilst maintaining the integrity of the system. This includes simplifying guidance and streamlining processes. We have also introduced...

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Applications (25 Sep 2023)

Robert Jenrick: An early version of a portal has been tested. The initial release focusses on the download element of document exchange, with future releases allowing for document upload. In time the portal will enable asylum seekers to access real time updates on their case.

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Water: Pollution (25 Sep 2023)

Matthew Offord: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, for what length of time warnings are required to be displayed at bathing water sites where there has been an indication of high faecal organisms in the water.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Primodos: Compensation (25 Sep 2023)

Maria Caulfield: ...safer, and the Government is pursuing a wide range of activity to further this aim. The 2021 response, and the Government’s December 2022 update to the response, explains the changes that have been put in place since the IMMDS Review report’s publication, and the further action the Government will take to implement the recommendations accepted and to improve patient safety. In the...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Baby Care Units: Safety (25 Sep 2023)

Maria Caulfield: ...rate for England (for births at 24 weeks gestation and over), has fallen by 30.4% since 2010 to 1.37 per 1,000 live births in 2021, the year for which the most recent data is held. There would have been 355 more neonatal deaths in 2021 if the neonatal mortality rate had been the same as in 2010. This autumn, the new Patient Safety Incident Response Framework will be implemented across the...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Care Quality Commission: Standards (25 Sep 2023)

Charlotte Nichols: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what proportion of service level agreements relating to processing (a) safeguarding (i) alerts and (ii) concerns and (b) whistleblowing have been reached at the Care Quality Commission in the last two months.

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Air Force (25 Sep 2023)

Lord West of Spithead: ...that 617 Squadron "was under strength, morale was low, there were insufficient Quality Assurance checks being conducted at Marham and general readiness for FORTIS was lower than COMUKCSG had been led to believe".

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Refugees: Afghanistan (25 Sep 2023)

Lord Evans of Weardale: To ask His Majesty's Government how many former members of the Afghan Special Police Commando Force 333 have applied to the Afghan Relocation and Assistance Policy; and how many have been rejected.

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