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Business of the House (17 Oct 2019)

Mark Pawsey: Many parents in Rugby have expressed concern about a sex and relationships education programme for primary schools, provided by Warwickshire County Council—it is called “All About Me”—that goes well beyond statutory guidance and involves sex education for children as young as nine years old, and potentially younger. It is important that parents are reassured that what their children...

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Universal Credit: Identity Verification (7 Oct 2019)

Mark Pawsey: The Secretary of State has referred to the valuable role of citizens advice bureaux, and the Rugby CAB does fantastic work. It has told me about the challenges that clients face when they transition from employment and support allowance to universal credit. Will the Minister assure me that that transition is being sensitively and effectively managed?

Girls’ Education: Business of the House (5 Sep 2019)

Mark Pawsey: Later this month the world’s third largest sporting event will take place in Japan: the rugby world cup. It would not be taking place without the exploits of a certain William Webb Ellis in my constituency back in 1823. The town will be celebrating, so may we take the opportunity to have a debate on the economic benefits of sporting events?

HS2 (5 Sep 2019)

Mark Pawsey: What will be the effect of a delay or cancellation of HS2 on the west coast main line, which is of concern to my constituents in Rugby?

Leaving the Eu: Preparations (3 Sep 2019)

Mark Pawsey: Last week I visited a logistics business in my constituency that sends parcels to the Republic of Ireland, and I heard about the concerns of its customers about the need for paperwork. The business has offered to do it and charge for the time spent—about 20 minutes per form—but I understand that many businesses simply will not bother, which will lead to a loss of valuable export sales....

Business of the House (18 Jul 2019)

Mark Pawsey: ...and spent three and a half years in captivity, during which time he worked on the Burma railway. Next year is the 75th anniversary of VJ-Day, and Mr Mockford has called for a national day to mark it. Can we have a statement from the Government on their response to this very reasonable and sensible appeal?

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Economic Crime (15 Jul 2019)

Mark Pawsey: How will the forthcoming legislation requiring the registration of overseas entities prevent money generated through crime and corruption overseas from being invested in the London property market?

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Prisoners: Access to Work (9 Jul 2019)

Mark Pawsey: What steps the Government are taking to increase opportunities for prisoners to access work before they are released.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Prisoners: Access to Work (9 Jul 2019)

Mark Pawsey: Futures Unlocked is a charity in my constituency with a community café supported by Warwickshire police and crime commissioner Philip Seccombe. It gives work experience to people who have just completed a prison term and has just been awarded the Queen’s award for voluntary service. That is a great example of opportunities that can be offered after release, but what can be done beforehand?

Written Answers — Home Office: Migrant Workers: EU Nationals (9 Jul 2019)

Mark Pawsey: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what steps his Department is taking to ensure that the UK (a) retains and (b) attracts highly skilled contractors from the EU after the UK leaves the EU.

Written Answers — Home Office: Migrant Workers: EU Nationals (9 Jul 2019)

Mark Pawsey: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how the future skills-based immigration system will enable highly skilled contractors from overseas to fill temporary roles on a (a) self-employed and (b) employed basis after the UK leaves the EU.

Written Answers — Home Office: Migrant Workers: EU Nationals (9 Jul 2019)

Mark Pawsey: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what visa routes will be introduced in the future skills-based immigration system to enable highly skilled contractors from overseas to continue to provide temporary and specialist services in the UK after the UK leaves the EU.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Defence Procurement: Jobs (8 Jul 2019)

Mark Pawsey: What recent estimate she has made of the number of jobs that defence procurement supports in the UK.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Defence Procurement: Jobs (8 Jul 2019)

Mark Pawsey: I thank the Minister for his work to ensure that the propulsion systems for the Navy’s Type 26 frigates will continue to be built in Rugby and for the security and future opportunities that that will give much of the workforce. What steps are the Government taking to ensure that we train up the next generation of skilled engineers to continue that vital work?

Sale of New Petrol and Diesel Cars and Vans (4 Jul 2019)

Mark Pawsey: Will the Minister comment on the fact that a new motorway service area is going to open with just two charge points? What can we do to accelerate the provision of charge points?

Sale of New Petrol and Diesel Cars and Vans (4 Jul 2019)

Mark Pawsey: .... Member for Hove (Peter Kyle), who during our inquiry became the most vociferous advocate for electric vehicles, drawing attention to the difference in the driving experience. I shall focus my remarks on the impact on my constituency and some of the business opportunities that arise as we run down the sale of vehicles powered by internal combustion engines. I was an enthusiastic...

Business of the House (4 Jul 2019)

Mark Pawsey: It is not often that an MP receives emails from constituents praising their local council for not doing something, but that is exactly what has happened in respect of Rugby Borough Council’s urban meadows policy, whereby it is letting grass and wildflowers grow on areas that were previously mown. That encourages insects and a diversity of flora and fauna, and it looks very attractive,...

Genetic Haemochromatosis (3 Jul 2019)

Mark Pawsey: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Sharma. It is a great privilege to secure this important debate on genetic haemochromatosis. I chair the all-party parliamentary group for genetic haemochromatosis (iron overload). I want to raise awareness of the condition, within Westminster and beyond. I will explain what genetic haemochromatosis is and its prevalence within the UK. I...

Genetic Haemochromatosis (3 Jul 2019)

Mark Pawsey: This is a genetic condition that becomes apparent in some people who possess the gene. People are affected to a variable degree. I will come on to some of the debilitating consequences of genetic haemochromatosis, which include arthritis, joint pain, diabetes, fatigue, psychological or cognitive difficulties, skin conditions, menstrual problems in women, impotence, breathing and heart...

Genetic Haemochromatosis (3 Jul 2019)

Mark Pawsey: My hon. Friend is exactly right. That charity, which serves to raise awareness, has done a fantastic job, and that includes her constituent. I should point out that this is a condition rather than a disease, because a disease may be considered to be contagious. I mentioned that the prevalence is higher in Ireland. According to the Irish Haemochromatosis Association, in Northern Ireland one in...


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