Results 101–120 of 800 for vaccine damage

Opposition Day: Randox Covid Contracts (17 Nov 2021)

Alistair Carmichael: ...the Government; it reflects badly on all of us in public life. That is why the way in which the Government have approached this whole matter since that dreadful vote two weeks ago has done so much damage to the standing of public life. I know a bit about this issue because I spent the early years of my legal practice as a member of the civil service. I did my traineeship as a procurator...

Covid-19 Update (15 Nov 2021)

Jeremy Wright: My right hon. Friend will recognise that the take-up of the covid vaccine, or any vaccine, depends in part on the public’s confidence that, in the tiny number of cases where people are damaged by the taking of the vaccine, they will be properly and swiftly compensated for their injury. As he knows, the vaccine damage payments scheme is useful, but does not cover all the cases of which I...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Government Departments (15 Nov 2021)

Michael Ellis: ...for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities to embed levelling up priorities and to meet the changing needs of people across the country. In addition, responsibility for the operation of the Vaccine Damage Payments Scheme transferred from the Department for Work and Pensions to the Department of Health and Social Care. This change was announced on 21 September and the administrative...

Scottish Parliament: Covid-19 (9 Nov 2021)

Douglas Ross: It is welcome that we have reached a new milestone with the Covid booster jag. I encourage everyone who is able to do so to take it up as soon as possible. The vaccine has been immensely successful and should be our main weapon against the virus. Considering reintroducing restrictions at this stage in the pandemic, when we have a vaccine that 4.3 million Scots have received, is the wrong...

UK Vaccination Strategy (8 Nov 2021)

Paul Beresford: handled it. I wish to push the Government to jump on the opportunity that I believe now exists because of the attitude of the majority of the population towards the preventive nature of vaccination. Even detractors of the Government must give considerable credit for their willingness to invest in prospective vaccines and for the fact that there has been and still is a massive...

Covid-19 Vaccine Damage Bill (29 Oct 2021)

Covid-19 Vaccine Damage Bill

Scottish Parliament: Covid Recovery Strategy (28 Oct 2021)

Beatrice Wishart: ...of the pandemic and shaping the recovery, it is important that that work fully reflects the islands dimension. We must make the country unrecognisable from where we are. We need to repair the damage to our economy, communities and public services and focus on jobs, mental health, our NHS, schools and the climate crisis. We must create a liberal country where every individual is able to...

Overseas Development Aid: Budget - Question for Short Debate (27 Oct 2021)

Baroness Ritchie of Downpatrick: ...Minister, the noble Baroness, Lady Sugg, when there was a Department for International Development. It is worth noting that ICAI’s latest review of the UK’s pandemic response illustrates the damage done by the cuts to the UK’s response and therefore to the international response. I remind your Lordships’ House that the 0.7% commitment is enshrined in law. I can well recall, when I...

Income Tax (Charge) (27 Oct 2021)

John Redwood: I have declared my business interests in the Register of Members’ Financial Interests. Growth is the way that we need to proceed. Growth is the way to get us over the damage done by the pandemic policies. Growth is the way to deliver the optimism that the Prime Minister expresses so well about the economy. Growth is needed to level up. Growth is needed to help generate the more and...

GP Appointment Availability — [Mr Laurence Robertson in the Chair] (26 Oct 2021)

Joy Morrissey: .... I speak from experience: for days, my mother-in-law was misdiagnosed as having a urinary tract infection, when she had actually suffered a severe stroke. Precious time was lost, and terrible damage done, because she was not seen by a GP. For every 100 ailments that can be diagnosed safely without seeing a GP, there will be one that cannot—one that could prove to be fatal, which is not...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme: Coronavirus (25 Oct 2021)

Christopher Chope: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, how many applications her Department has received under the Vaccine Damage Payments Act 1979 in respect of covid-19 vaccines; how many applications have been (a) rejected and (b) accepted; and how many staff are engaged in processing those applications.

Covid-19 Vaccine Damage Bill (22 Oct 2021)

Covid-19 Vaccine Damage Bill

COP26: Limiting Global Temperature Rises (21 Oct 2021)

Caroline Lucas: ...I wholeheartedly agree. I particularly agree that if we look at the covid pandemic as an example of international co-operation, it does not augur well. If we cannot properly share technology and vaccines even when our own wellbeing depends so directly on that, it does not augur well for the climate crisis. We absolutely need the kind of technology transfer to which he refers. Let me say a...

Covid-19 Update (21 Oct 2021)

Christopher Chope: I thank my hon. Friend for seeing me on Monday to discuss my Covid-19 Vaccine Damage Bill. I thank her for telling me that responsibility for vaccine damage is being transferred from the Department for Work and Pensions to her Department with effect from 1 November and that there will be an eightfold increase in the staff dealing with those claims for vaccine damage payments, which shows...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme (18 Oct 2021)

Mary Foy: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, whether the Government has undertaken a review of the adequacy of the (a) eligibility criteria for and (b) financial payments under the Vaccine Damage Payments Scheme in the context of the covid-19 vaccination programme.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Students: Vaccination (15 Oct 2021)

Baroness Morgan of Huyton: To ask Her Majesty's Government what steps they are taking to resolve the differences between the COVID-19 self isolation rules applying to domestic and international students who are fully vaccinated with a vaccine approved for use in this country in order to avoid (1) reputational damage to English universities and the UK Government, and (2) negatively affecting the implementation of...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2021 (Amendment No. 15) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2021 (5 Oct 2021)

Paul Frew: ...last number of debates on the regulations have been about releasing lockdown measures, but there may come a time when the Minister is urged or advised to go the other way. Given the harm, pain and damage caused by lockdown measures and other aspects, which we cannot yet quantify, I simply ask the Minister to set a date for when he will come to the House to change the law in the...

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