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Education: School Attendance (28 Nov 2022)

Mark Pawsey: What assessment her Department has made of trends in the level of school attendance.

Education: School Attendance (28 Nov 2022)

Mark Pawsey: I thank the Minister for his answer. We know that following the pandemic there was an increase in persistently absent pupils, but there has also been a recent increase in the number of children being home educated. I know from meeting constituents in Rugby that that can often arise as a consequence of a breakdown between parents and the school, and it also disproportionately affects children...

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: SMEs: Recruitment Support (29 Nov 2022)

Mark Pawsey: There are many SMEs in the retail and hospital sector. It is a sector that does well in the run-up to Christmas, which gives those businesses the opportunity to make some money. What impact does the Minister think the rail strikes that are planned for next week will have on their ability to recruit more staff?

Prime Minister: Engagements (30 Nov 2022)

Mark Pawsey: Manufacturing remains a key part of the UK economy, and for the west midlands that means automotive, which is important to my Rugby constituency as we have firms in the supply chain and workers at Jaguar Land Rover. The move to all new cars sold in the UK being electric by 2030 means it is critical that we have a battery manufacturing site. Assembly is already taking place elsewhere in the...

Work and Pensions: Universal Credit Taper Rate (5 Dec 2022)

Mark Pawsey: What assessment he has made of the potential merits of reducing the universal credit taper rate on the levels of people’s incomes.

Work and Pensions: Universal Credit Taper Rate (5 Dec 2022)

Mark Pawsey: The claimant rate in Rugby is just 2.8%, and I hear regularly from employers about the workforce challenges that they face. The low rate in Rugby has arisen in part because of the cut to the taper rate that the Minister referred to, which was extremely welcome to working people on universal credit. Will he set out what further steps his Department can take to encourage claimants—those who...

International Trade: Trade Barriers (15 Dec 2022)

Mark Pawsey: What steps her Department is taking to reduce barriers to global trade for British businesses.

International Trade: Trade Barriers (15 Dec 2022)

Mark Pawsey: ...some clarity on the Government’s approach to trade with businesses in China and give some indication of the steps that UK exporters need to take to compete with international competitors in that market and to gain full advantage of the opportunities that are available there?

Business of the House (15 Dec 2022)

Mark Pawsey: Town centres are at the heart of our communities, and yesterday evening Conservative-controlled Rugby Borough Council adopted an ambitious long-term strategy for the regeneration of Rugby town centre, bringing together private and public sector investment to create a vibrant destination for leisure and retail as well as increasing amounts of residential accommodation. Might we have a debate...

Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Residential Developments: Infrastructure Provision (9 Jan 2023)

Mark Pawsey: What steps his Department is taking to encourage the early provision of infrastructure for residential developments.

Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Residential Developments: Infrastructure Provision (9 Jan 2023)

Mark Pawsey: There is no better example of providing infrastructure early than Houlton in my Rugby constituency, where 6,000 new homes are being provided. The Minister will be able to see that on her forthcoming visit. The access road went in after just 272 homes. On education, the primary school went in after 79 homes, and the secondary school after just 776. With 1,000 new homes already on the site, the...

Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Residential Developments: Infrastructure Provision (9 Jan 2023)

Mark Pawsey: What steps his Department is taking to encourage the early provision of infrastructure for residential developments.

Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Residential Developments: Infrastructure Provision (9 Jan 2023)

Mark Pawsey: There is no better example of providing infrastructure early than Houlton in my Rugby constituency, where 6,000 new homes are being provided. The Minister will be able to see that on her forthcoming visit. The access road went in after just 272 homes. On education, the primary school went in after 79 homes, and the secondary school after just 776. With 1,000 new homes already on the site, the...

NHS Winter Pressures (9 Jan 2023)

Mark Pawsey: Does the Secretary of State agree that many of those who will need to be admitted to hospital in the coming weeks will have reason to welcome the fact that this Government, unlike the Labour party, do not have a prejudice against making use of facilities from within the independent sector?

NHS Winter Pressures (9 Jan 2023)

Mark Pawsey: Does the Secretary of State agree that many of those who will need to be admitted to hospital in the coming weeks will have reason to welcome the fact that this Government, unlike the Labour party, do not have a prejudice against making use of facilities from within the independent sector?

Non-domestic Energy Support (9 Jan 2023)

Mark Pawsey: Businesses have certainly appreciated the support that they have had over the past six months through the energy bill relief scheme, but businesses like and want certainty. The Minister will know that his announcement today has therefore been eagerly awaited. The 12 months of support that he is providing will go a long way, and I welcome the additional support for energy-intensive businesses....

Non-domestic Energy Support (9 Jan 2023)

Mark Pawsey: Businesses have certainly appreciated the support that they have had over the past six months through the energy bill relief scheme, but businesses like and want certainty. The Minister will know that his announcement today has therefore been eagerly awaited. The 12 months of support that he is providing will go a long way, and I welcome the additional support for energy-intensive businesses....

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Motor Vehicles: Carbon Emissions (10 Jan 2023)

Mark Pawsey: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what assessment he has made of the impact of his proposals to phase out new non-zero-emission vehicles by 2035 on UK (a) manufacturers and (b) importers of L-Category vehicles.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Motor Vehicles: Carbon Emissions (10 Jan 2023)

Mark Pawsey: ...of State for Transport, what assessment he has of whether his proposal to phase out non-zero emission L-Category vehicle sales by 2035 will encourage manufacturers of those vehicles to leave the UK market.

Written Answers — Treasury: Electricity Generation: Taxation (16 Jan 2023)

Mark Pawsey: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, whether organisations which generate energy for their own use will be included in the Electricity Generator Levy.


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