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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...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 11 (13 Jan 2022)

Baroness Walmsley: ...of life, life expectancy and, in particular, healthy life expectancy, which has now stalled across certain demographic groups. As we have heard, it has been analysed brilliantly by Professor Sir Michael Marmot. It affects the well-being of the patient and their family. The really sad thing is that much of it is preventable. These things are particularly rife in the poorer parts of the...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Report (5th Day): Amendment 104G (12 Jan 2022)

Lord Blencathra: ...told them in advance that I would rebel. The College of Policing employs more than 700 people, and last year spent more than £47 million. The Bill, like others before it over the last seven years, gives the college the right to prepare guidelines to be implemented by the police, which will affect the public. In this case, it is pre-trial bail. Your Lordships may have assumed that a body...

Scottish Parliament: Net Zero Targets (Internal Market Act 2020) (12 Jan 2022)

Michael Matheson: ...making. The act has sweeping implications for a wide range of decisions that are made by the Scottish Parliament. The act not only reserved state aid, which was previously a devolved matter, but gives the UK Government powers to decide how public money is spent in wholly devolved policy areas, as well as imposing new market access principles that could force us to accept standards that are...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (Day 1): Amendment 3 (to Amendment 2) (11 Jan 2022)

Lord Howarth of Newport: ...demonstrating that non-clinical approaches can be highly beneficial to health and well-being. Engagement of the creative imagination and with the arts, culture and nature has profound health-giving benefits, as well as leading to improved well-being. Other non-clinical approaches, such as engagement with sport or volunteering, are likewise beneficial. Moreover, they offer significant...

Downing Street Garden Event (11 Jan 2022)

Michael Ellis: Those people who have served the people of this country and the national health service deserve everything we can give them. To answer the hon. Gentleman’s question, of course they deserve everything we can do to support them, and they get that—[Hon. Members: “No, they don’t!”] They do get that support from this Government. The reality is that we would be wrong to prejudge and to...

Building Safety (10 Jan 2022)

Michael Gove: The right hon. Gentleman is absolutely right: such people are not responsible for these problems and in many cases they cannot afford the bills. I would not want to give advice precipitately to any individual at the moment about their particular circumstances without knowing every aspect of their particular circumstances, but it is vital that we move as quickly as possible. What I will want...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Honours: Newport West (10 Jan 2022)

Michael Ellis: The Government publishes honours transparency data broken down by both town/city and county. Data is collected using the county the recipient gives as their correspondence address. This is usually their home address rather than their place of origin. This data relates only to the main Prime Minister’s List and does not include data from the Defence List or the Overseas and International...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Infected Blood Inquiry (7 Jan 2022)

Michael Ellis: ...The study will report to the Paymaster General with its recommendations before the Infected Blood Inquiry reports. Sir Robert will deliver his study no later than 14 March 2022. The Government will give full consideration to Sir Robert's study - which is separate from the independent public inquiry.

Education: Return in January - Statement (6 Jan 2022)

Baroness Barran: ...of supply agencies for those returning to the classroom, that of course does not prevent retired teachers contacting a local school. I am sure the noble Baroness heard the same interview with Sir Michael Wilshaw that I heard, when he talked about going back to his local school, but it is fair to say that supply agencies will know where needs are greatest. We have extended the time for the...

Russia’s Grand Strategy (6 Jan 2022)

John Whittingdale: ...worked with Margaret Thatcher, I saw the establishment of her relationship with Mikhail Gorbachev. He saw that the system over which he presided was flawed and would ultimately fail. History should give him credit for the fact that when the Soviet Union began to break up and Lithuania became the first Soviet country to declare independence, Gorbachev decided not to release the troops from...

Covid-19: Award of Contracts (5 Jan 2022)

Michael Ellis: I am conscious of the time. The hon. Gentleman had quite some time for his contribution, but I will give way to him a second time.

Nationality and Borders Bill - Second Reading (5 Jan 2022)

Lord Horam: My Lords, my noble friend Lord Hodgson of Astley Abbotts raised the issue of the UK population. The House may have seen the recent article by Michael Palin, the actor and global traveller, in the Spectator, where he pointed out that when he was born, in 1943, there were 2.3 billion people in the world and now there are nearly 8 billion—an almost fourfold increase. That tells you a lot, he...

Scottish Parliament: First Minister’s Question Time (16 Dec 2021)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...matters most to us—this is strongly my view—is protecting children’s education. By acting to reduce community transmission, we will also be helping to keep schools open—and open safely. Given what I am being advised about the risk that omicron poses to health and the economy, if I failed to give that advice, I would not be fulfilling my duty or acting in good conscience. I am...

Scottish Parliament: Economy (North-east Scotland) (15 Dec 2021)

Liam Kerr: ...Harvie. What a contrast that is with the leadership that has been shown in Norway. As Deirdre Michie of Oil & Gas UK said: “Look at the statements of support from their Prime Minister. That gives people and companies confidence that that’s an area where you can go and invest, where you want to do your oil and gas operations, where the people and the skills will then underpin the energy...

Scottish Parliament: Ending the Not Proven Verdict (15 Dec 2021)

Martin Whitfield: I give this speech on behalf of my colleague, Claire Baker MSP, who is unable to contribute because of technical difficulties. I also take this opportunity to thank the Presiding Officer and members for their indulgence. I am pleased to contribute to this afternoon’s debate. The motion is focused on the removal of the not proven verdict—a position that I previously supported when my...

Scottish Parliament: Schools and Early Learning (Recovery and Improvement) (14 Dec 2021)

Michael Marra: ...the past 14 years, but surely we can agree that today’s figures tell us that more of the same cannot be tolerated. It would be insufficient just to ameliorate or undo the Government’s cuts, given the unprecedented scale of the challenge that we now face. Unless we see the necessary reaction and a resolve that young people of Scotland will not now bear the scars of the pandemic,...

Subsidy Control Bill: Schedule 1 - The subsidy control principles (13 Dec 2021)

Jonathan Reynolds: ..., mainly because they do not seem to know what they want to do. For any industrial policy to be successful, its focus must be the long term and its fundamental objectives should be cross party to give industry and firms the reassurance that they need to invest for the future. This Government cannot even agree with what former Conservative Governments proposed and adopted as policy just a...

Freedom of Speech - Motion to Take Note (10 Dec 2021)

Lord Cormack: ...and democracy. I remember sitting in the gallery of another place in 1965, I think it would have been. I was a young Conservative candidate for Grimsby, having bloodied myself in Bolsover in 1964. Michael Foot held the floor. He later became a close and dear friend, much as I disagreed with most of what he said, although we bonded over Bosnia and addressed a rally together in Trafalgar...

Scotland: Economic Recovery and Renewal - Motion to Take Note (9 Dec 2021)

Lord Dunlop: ...in this country. When significant powers were devolved to Scotland, the mistake was not to think harder about the continuing need for joint working where devolved and reserved powers intersect. Michael Gove, the first formally titled Minister for Intergovernmental Relations, is working hard to rectify that omission, and he needs to. Covid has highlighted just how much the UK and devolved...


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