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Nationality and Borders Bill - Committee (1st Day) (Continued): Amendment 25 (27 Jan 2022)

Baroness McIntosh of Pickering: ...for the purposes of clarity, I am seeking to delete from the amendment to Clause 9 that was carried in Committee in the other place the proposed subsection (5A), which states that the notice to be given to a person to be deprived of citizenship, thereby notifying that their citizenship is to be withdrawn, “does not apply if ... the Secretary of State does not have the information needed...

Scottish Parliament: Breast Cancer Oncology (NHS Tayside) (27 Jan 2022)

Humza Yousaf: I will not rise to the political attack. It is important to engage with the issue in a non-partisan way and to put the women and patients who are affected very much at the heart of the situation. Michael Marra asks me to intervene, but I can give an absolute assurance that I and other ministerial colleagues have been deeply involved in the issue. There is no question of NHS Tayside not taking...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (6th Day) (Continued): Amendment 164 (26 Jan 2022)

Baroness Finlay of Llandaff: ...prescription-only medicines such as botulinum toxin, but these advertisements seem to bypass those. Among members of the public who have had cosmetic procedures, alarmingly, three-quarters were given no information about the product, volume, brand or batch number of whatever was being used and just under three-quarters were not asked anything at all about their psychosocial or mental...

Health Inequalities: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities — [Derek Twigg in the Chair] (26 Jan 2022)

Peter Dowd: .... I do not have time for more significant references to the organisations concerned, but it really was important for me to get down to the detail of the information that they provided. I will give the documents to the Minister for her perusal in due course. Before the pandemic, growth in life expectancy had stalled for the most deprived in England. Between 2014 and 2019, people in the...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (6th Day): Amendment 154 (26 Jan 2022)

Lord Farmer: ...everything. Other government departments are joining up, integrating their policy goals with those of health, by actively citing the delivery of their priorities in and through family hubs. I could give many examples but, for the sake of time, I will limit myself to a couple. The Department for Work and Pensions is keen to run its reducing parental conflict programme in family hubs, making...

Scottish Parliament: Electric Vehicle Charging Network (26 Jan 2022)

Michael Matheson: I offer my humble apologies to Mr McArthur and Ms Wishart for giving the wrong constituency—although I noticed that Ms Wishart was nodding in agreement when I made that point. I recognise Mr McArthur’s long-standing interest in that particular issue on behalf of his constituents. Mr Mason makes a good point. We need to recognise that not all domestic premises will be able to have a...

Scottish Parliament: Budget 2022-23 (Committees’ Pre-budget Scrutiny) (26 Jan 2022)

Kenneth Gibson: ...-budget scrutiny. The debate is an important part of the full-year budget process, and it is intended to enable conveners to set out how their committees have sought to influence the budget and to give the Government an opportunity to respond. Having greater influence in the formulation of the Scottish Government budget proposals is one of the four core objectives of the budget process, as...

Downing Street Parties: Police Investigation (25 Jan 2022)

Michael Ellis: ...that in their liaison with the Metropolitan police, the Cabinet Office has, according to the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, satisfied her that an investigation should take place. That should give comfort, to those who might otherwise doubt the investigation, that it is a proper and due-process investigation. As in all cases where due process should be followed in the interests of...

Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Levelling Up: Active Travel (24 Jan 2022)

Michael Gove: ...ensuring that cultural and sporting activities can be supported. I should remark that just over a week ago I had the pleasure of visiting Bury where, through the community ownership fund, we could give the fan-led consortium the resources needed to take Gigg Lane back into its ownership. Only a few days later, the hon. Member for Bury South (Christian Wakeford) defected to the Labour...

Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Topical Questions (24 Jan 2022)

Michael Gove: I am grateful to the hon. Gentleman for giving me an opportunity to update the House on the conversations we had with developers last Thursday. Those conversations were cordial and constructive, but we were also clear about the obligation developers have. I am confident that they will meet it.

Health and Care Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 59 (20 Jan 2022)

Lord Best: ..., as revealed in the Covid statistics, for example. Cold and damp conditions lead directly to hospital admissions and excess winter deaths. In his analysis of health inequalities, I note that Sir Michael Marmot has given housing a very high priority. For later living, homes that are in bad condition and/or have unmanageable steps and stairs mean not only hospital admissions for older...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 50 (20 Jan 2022)

Lord Kamall: ...social care, the NHS as it is at the moment is not sharing data well across the system. There are still a number of inefficiencies. I really believe in the digital transformation agenda and will give a quick example of that. Just before Christmas, at a time when the NHS was under extreme pressure, I had my annual check-up in two parts. One part was an ECG at a local community centre; the...

Scottish Parliament: Strategic Transport Projects Review 2 (20 Jan 2022)

Michael Matheson: ...all the local authorities in the region. We work with a range of local authorities and other partners on how we can take forward that strategic investment programme over a number of years. I cannot give a specific timescale, other than to say that it will happen within the STPR2 period. That is because a detailed work plan for the whole proposal must be developed. I assure Pauline McNeill...

Scottish Parliament: Prestwick Airport (20 Jan 2022)

Brian Whittle: ...information into account, they were so frustrated at the lack of any response from the Scottish Government that they had no option available to them but to approach me and ask me to personally give a hard copy of their bid to the Scottish Government. I gave it to the Cabinet Secretary for Net Zero, Energy and Transport, Michael Matheson, who said that he would pass it on to Kate Forbes....

Ethiopia: Humanitarian and Political Situation — [Mr Peter Bone in the Chair] (19 Jan 2022)

Stephen Doughty: ...since the start of the crisis, through questions and in debates, alongside many other Members. However, it has not received the attention it deserves, either in this country or globally, not least given the level of atrocities, suffering and chaos, and the wider implications for the region and the world. The crisis is very much human-made, just as we saw in the 1980s, and that gives it...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Ministers: Leave (19 Jan 2022)

Michael Ellis: Policy development in these areas is ongoing. These are complex policy matters and the Government is giving them careful and thorough consideration. It remains the Government's intention to lay a report before Parliament in due course.

Scottish Parliament: Unsafe Cladding (Help for Residents) (19 Jan 2022)

Shona Robison: As I said, I am happy to keep Parliament apprised of any response that we get from Michael Gove and the UK Government, but it is important that we can give certainty for the remediation programme beyond the £97 million that we have already committed. We are determined to progress with the single building assessment and to get the works under way and done, but we need the UK Government to...

Scottish Parliament: Education and the 2022 Examination Diet (19 Jan 2022)

Michael Marra: ...to the next steps of education. The national system has been vital for social progress in Scotland, both material and cultural, for women, for Catholics and for black and minority ethnic Scots. It gives people a piece of paper that says, “I am as able as any other, and your prejudice is that alone.” The whole process gives validity to the very idea of social progress, even if the...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 41A (18 Jan 2022)

Baroness Thornton: ...Mawson, for his amendment, and I look forward to further development of the thought process that he has put before the Committee. Of course, it is not new. I started my working life working for Michael Young, the great sociologist in Bethnal Green, and we talked about ethnographic research in our neighbourhoods and places. It was about giving people who lived in those places power and...

Education (Careers Guidance in Schools) Bill: Clause 1 - Extension of duty to provide careers guidance in schools (14 Jan 2022)

Toby Perkins: ...of compulsory work experience to connect young people with local employers and build the skills needed for work, ensuring that every child has access to quality careers advice in their school by giving every school access to a professional careers adviser once a week. One crucial point made earlier is that careers guidance is a profession. It is not an add-on to the deputy headteacher’s...


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