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Results 1–20 of 6950 for jeremy hunt speaker:Jeremy Hunt

Maternity Services: East Kent (13 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: I thank my right hon. Friend the Member for North Thanet (Sir Roger Gale) for tabling this urgent question and for speaking so powerfully. I also thank the Minister for her work to respond to this. I, for one, hope that she continues in her role after the reshuffle because of her incredible commitment to patient safety. What worries members of the public is that the NHS appears to be much...

Wuhan Coronavirus (11 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: I thank the Health Secretary for the way he has handled this crisis. We are all very aware that appearances before this House are only a tiny fraction of the huge amount of work going on behind the scenes. I also thank the shadow Health Secretary for the non-partisan way his party is approaching this public health crisis. One of the most distressing things we see on TV in relation to what is...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Hospitals: Standards (11 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, how many hospitals were rated (a) outstanding, (b) good, (c) requires improvement and (d) inadequate after the first cycle of CQC inspections completed in 2015.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Hospitals: Standards (11 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, how many GP practices were rated (a) outstanding, (b) good, (c) requires improvement and (d) inadequate after the first cycle of Care Quality Commission inspections completed in 2015.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Hospitals: Standards (11 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, how many hospitals are rated (a) outstanding, (b) good, (c) requires improvement and (d) inadequate by the CQC.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Hospitals: Standards (11 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, how many GP practices are rated (a) outstanding, (b) good, (c) requires improvement and (d) inadequate by the CQC.

Written Answers — Home Office: Radicalism (11 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what progress her Department has made on implementing the 2015 counter-extremism strategy; and if she will make a statement.

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Armed Forces (6 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what progress his Department has made on the development of Joint Force 2025; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Ministry of Defence: Property Transfer (6 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, how much and what proportion of his Department's built estate has been released to the public sector for development; what the reduction to the size of that estate has been as a result of the release; and how many properties have been built on land previously owned by his Department in each of the last three years.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Cybercrime (6 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, how much additional funding has been allocated to protect the UK from cyber attacks.

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: It was always the final point, and it is very much the final point. The other area that is essential for capacity is the social care system. My hon. Friend the Member for Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner (David Simmonds) talked about how money can be wasted. One of the biggest wastes of money is that we pay for people to be in hospital beds, which cost three times as much as care home beds,...

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: My hon. Friend has huge experience of this in local government, and he is absolutely right. The big surprise for me when we were conceiving of the children and young people’s Green Paper was the willingness of NHS professionals to accept that the people who know the kids best are their teachers, rather than GPs, because the teachers see them every day and are probably going to be better at...

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: They are both interesting ideas. The plan at the moment is that resource will be given to schools for a teacher to volunteer to devote a proportion of their time to this, and that there will be funding for them to do so, similar to the way in which schools have a special educational needs co-ordinator who is a teacher devoted to the special needs of the pupils in that school. I personally...

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: My hon. Friend makes an important suggestion. We considered such a thing when I was at the Department of Health and Social Care, but we decided that it would be very expensive. One of the tragedies is that many people who suffer actually make no legal claim because they are so committed to the NHS, so we have a system that gives huge amounts of money to one group of people and nothing at all...

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: I do, because this Bill about the NHS in England. It would be nice if we occasionally had a word of thanks, because the Bill will result in a lot more money being made available for the NHS in Scotland. The hon. Gentleman should, if I may say so, welcome that, because I think that will be as welcomed among the Scots as it will be welcomed by the English. My point about capital to revenue...

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: I can be honest with the hon. Gentleman and say that I regret not being able to build lots of hospitals around the country in that period, because funding was short. Now, however, we are in a different situation. It is important that we build these extra hospitals, but there will be some big challenges in ensuring that we do so.

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: I agree with the hon. Lady. Maintenance is a big issue in many hospitals. A number of hospitals are still essentially prefab buildings that should have been torn down a long time ago, and there are others where maintenance can solve the problem. I think we have to attack all of that, and I welcome the fact that there is a real commitment from the Government to do so. Finally, I want to talk...

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: My hon. Friend neatly makes the point that I was hoping to make next. I will elaborate on the brilliance of his insight and simply say that when we think about waiting times it is very important that it is not just a debate about money. I appreciate that the Bill is about money, and that is why amendments have been tabled about money, but I want to give the example of the annual cycle of...

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: It is a great pleasure to follow the hon. Member for Ellesmere Port and Neston (Justin Madders). We were on opposite Front Benches for many years, but I always had great respect for his detailed understanding of healthcare issues and the integrity of his approach. He once wrote me a private letter. I will not divulge its contents; suffice it to say that it demonstrated his recognition that...

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Jeremy Hunt: I am well aware of the fantastic work done by Combat Stress, and I think it is important for it to receive the funds that it needs. However, when we look at the root cause of the problems in mental health funding, we see that on both sides of the Committee there is some culpability, and that on both sides it was completely unintentional. I hope that the shadow Secretary of State, the hon....


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