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House of Commons Commission: Apprenticeship Programme (28 Oct 2021)

Eleanor Laing: I apologise to the hon. Member for Lichfield (Michael Fabricant) and to the Second Church Estates Commissioner, the hon. Member for South West Bedfordshire (Andrew Selous), because I have made a mistake. Having called the hon. Member for Lichfield to ask his question, I did not then give the hon. Member for South West Bedfordshire the opportunity to answer it. I do apologise. Perhaps the...

Church Commissioners: Church of England Payroll Budget Allocations (28 Oct 2021)

Eleanor Laing: I have now allowed the hon. Gentleman to answer an unanswered question and to give two answers to the hon. Member for Lichfield (Michael Fabricant). This is extraordinary and it will not happen again. I do not want to set a precedent, but I am grateful to the Second Church Estates Commissioner for all his thorough answers, and I am grateful to the hon. Member for Lancaster and Fleetwood...

Scottish Parliament: COP26 Global Ambitions (27 Oct 2021)

Michael Matheson: Will the member give way?

Environment Bill - Commons Reasons and Amendments: Motion H1 (as an amendment to Motion H) (26 Oct 2021)

Baroness McIntosh of Pickering: ...today. I pay a warm tribute to the Minister, who has managed to administer this Bill and be open to a number of amendments already. As he is aware, I am concerned when he refers to the regulations giving a mandatory scheme for new developments for the simple reason we debated at earlier stages of the Bill. I seek his reassurance yet again: will he please give us a timetable for the...

Environment Bill - Commons Reasons and Amendments: Motion E1 (as an amendment to Motion E) (26 Oct 2021)

Lord Cameron of Dillington: ...and again by noble Lords from all sides of the House with much more eloquence than I can muster, so I will not go on, but I urge Defra, which originally fired the arrow of an independent OEP when Michael Gove was Secretary of State, to now let it fly. This is the department’s chance to do that. This excellently crafted compromise amendment proposed by my noble friend Lord Krebs is, like...

Scottish Parliament: Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (26 Oct 2021)

Michael Matheson: ...UK, and it was mission critical to them in that regard. I am angry that we are in a situation in which the UK Government has let down a sector, despite significant work on the project and despite giving the impression that the project would get the green light. It has pulled the rug from under the sector’s feet at the very last moment, and the repercussions of that are significant. It is...

Scottish Parliament: Mental Health Needs and Substance Use (26 Oct 2021)

Carol Mochan: ...to hear about successful projects across Scotland, so I thank members for sharing those stories. We must also face up to the reality of what is happening. I think that members would agree that Michael Marra described very well the reality for people in Dundee. When we talk about problems with substance misuse and related mental health problems, we are really talking about people who have,...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Civil Servants (25 Oct 2021)

Michael Ellis: ...Programme for those from lower socio-economic backgrounds, ethnic minorities and those with a disability, offers a fast pass to the final stage of the Fast Stream for successful participants giving them a greater chance of success. The Going Forward into Employment scheme is run by the Civil Service Commission, which is hosted by the Cabinet Office. There are 28 accredited life chance...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland: Independent Evaluation (18 Oct 2021)

Gerry Kelly: ...deal with a number of significant challenges, including a chronic lack of funding that does not allow it to complete investigations quickly enough; the reluctance of former PSNI and RUC officers to give evidence and/or information; and its lack of powers to compel retired police officers to cooperate with its investigations, which, again, was mentioned by the Member. Why anyone disagrees...

Tributes: Sir David Amess MP - Tributes (18 Oct 2021)

Lord Newby: ...of my generation, the point at which Sir David first made an impression on us was general election polling day in 1992. I was with Paddy Ashdown in his cottage near Yeovil on polling night. Michael Buerk had a BBC camera in the street outside. The opinion polls were suggesting a hung Parliament and we were, naturally, extremely excited at this prospect—until the first result of the...

Inequalities of Region and Place - Motion to Take Note (14 Oct 2021)

Lord Wallace of Saltaire: ...to reduce regional inequalities. That has to include the transformation of the funding and status of further education colleges to provide the technical skills and apprenticeship training that Michael Gove and others say they care about but have neglected so far. Others have talked about the gap in the funding and provision of transport infrastructure. Across much of the north, the buses...

Social Care in England - Motion to Take Note (14 Oct 2021)

Baroness Pitkeathley: ..., it will go to helping a small number of families be relieved of care costs and the need to sell their houses. How will this stop the 15-minute visits by overworked and underpaid care staff, or give them even slightly better pay? Indeed, those overworked and underpaid staff will be paying towards this levy in their wage packet, as will their employers, largely in the private sector, whose...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Members' Statements: Neurology Recall Scandal (4 Oct 2021)

Carál Ní Chuilín: ...scandal and the subsequent recall. The neurology recall patient support group made a statement to the neurology inquiry in which it thanked the team for the opportunity to submit questionnaires and give oral evidence. It has also requested a briefing from the inquiry team prior to the inquiry making a report public. Those people have suffered enough, and they continue to suffer....

Northern Ireland Assembly: Members' Statements: Omagh Bomb: Public Inquiry (4 Oct 2021)

Daniel McCrossan: ...for truth and justice. No one has yet been convicted of what was one of the most brutal atrocities of our lifetime. I thank the campaigners in Omagh, the families of victims, in particular Michael Gallagher, Stanley McComb, Kevin Skelton and many others, who have dedicated every fibre of their being to the search for truth and justice. I have met them many times and continue to do so....

Scottish Parliament: Universal Credit (28 Sep 2021)

Ben Macpherson: We are living through serious and historic times, and the Conservative Party is about to make a serious and historic mistake that Scotland and the rest of the UK will not forgive. We are still in a pandemic, trying, together, to get through this period, which is not over, as Michael Marra rightly emphasised. We have challenges ahead of us, economically, environmentally and in multiple other...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Clause 66 - The NHS payment scheme (23 Sep 2021)

...that the previous Prime Minister, Tony Blair, used in the early 2000s to make sure the money that he was investing in the NHS was driven through system and producing results. I hope I can give the hon. Lady some reassurance that among those I have worked with and talked with in recent months are Matthew Taylor and Michael Barber, both of whom were a key part of that Prime Minister’s...

Written Ministerial Statements — Cabinet Office: Update on Infected Blood Compensation Framework Study Terms of Reference (23 Sep 2021)

Lord Agnew of Oulton: My Rt. Hon. Friend, the Paymaster General (Michael Ellis QC MP), has today made the following written statement. On 20 May my predecessor, my Right Honourable friend, the member for Portsmouth North, announced the appointment of Sir Robert Francis QC to carry out an independent study to look at options for a framework for compensation for victims of infected blood. The study will make...

Written Ministerial Statements — Cabinet Office: Update on Infected Blood Compensation Framework Study Terms of Reference (23 Sep 2021)

Michael Ellis: ...it is not for the Study to pre-empt the determination by the Infected Blood Inquiry as to what, if any, rationale is supported by the evidence it has received; INDEPENDENT ADVICE TO GOVERNMENT ● Give independent advice to the Government regarding the design of a workable and fair framework for compensation for individuals infected and affected across the UK to achieve parity between...

Cabinet Office: EU Withdrawal: Opportunities for UK Businesses (23 Sep 2021)

Michael Ellis: ...wish to focus on negatives. The relentless negativity of the Scottish nationalists really is a wonder to behold. The fact of the matter is that the opportunity to think boldly about how we regulate gives us the freedom to conceive and implement rules that will put the United Kingdom—all constituent parts of the United Kingdom, including Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England—first.

Future of the National Health Service — [Hannah Bardell in the Chair] (22 Sep 2021)

Rachael Maskell: ...East (Richard Burgon) for opening the debate with so many facts that we need to reflect on. From before our first breath, to our very last, since 5 July 1948, the NHS has worked day and night to give us hope. The principle was that, no matter who we were—duke or dustman, as Bevan said—we knew that, when the hands of the NHS reached out to us, it neither judged nor differentiated. It...


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