Results 161–180 of 800 for vaccine damage

Official Development Assistance and the British Council (30 Jun 2021)

Stephen Doughty: is not tonight, despite what the Prime Minister and the Leader of the House tried to suggest the other day. The hon. Member for Mid Derbyshire (Mrs Latham) spoke about the powerful and damaging impact that the cuts will have on women, family planning, water and sanitation, and my hon. Friend the Member for Bristol East (Kerry McCarthy) said that the cuts were morally reprehensible....

Covid-19 Update - Statement (29 Jun 2021)

Baroness Altmann: public endorsement of the integrity of my noble friend the Minister. I echo the words of this Statement that we must learn to live with Covid, so that our country benefits from the fantastic vaccine success. I fear we have lost perspective on real life. Zero Covid and stopping people being ill with just one disease among the myriad diseases around us all our lives are wholly...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Vaccination (29 Jun 2021)

Christopher Chope: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, how many applications have been made under the Vaccine Damage Payments Act 1979 for compensation arising from disability caused by covid-19 vaccinations; and how many of those applications have (a) been successful, (b) been rejected and (c) are under consideration.

UK Defence Spending (24 Jun 2021)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...goodness knows where and goodness knows what source. It will not be dealt with by military means; it will only be dealt with by healthcare and health means. When Prime Minister talks of sharing our vaccine surplus, I hope it happens. I hope he is right in doing that and I hope those vaccines get to all the people and all the countries that need them. I want to say something more on the...

UK Military Personnel Serving Overseas: Vaccination (23 Jun 2021)

Jamie Stone: Clearly we must make sure that there is availability of vaccinations, and we must do everything we can to build public trust right across society, including our armed forces, in the effectiveness of the vaccinations. There has recently been some press comment about what the Government might do with those in the armed forces who refuse to accept the vaccine. I seek two reassurances from the...

Bills Presented: Covid-19 Vaccine Damage (21 Jun 2021)

Covid-19 Vaccine Damage

G7 and NATO Summits - Statement (17 Jun 2021)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: ...disappeared as the Prime Minister’s strained relationships with world leaders took centre stage. Not for the first time, the Government overpromised and underdelivered. There is no global vaccination plan and no action agreed on the climate crisis. At every step, Boris Johnson’s broken promises have cost us friends—but they also cost us our influence. Bringing the pandemic to an end...

Coronavirus (16 Jun 2021)

Richard Drax: ...much that was predicted has not come to pass, and the so-called third wave is not killing or hospitalising anywhere near the numbers affected in waves 1 or 2. Why? Well, it is due to the remarkable vaccine rollout, for which the Government Front-Bench team and the NHS must take huge credit. From the initial promise of regaining our freedom when the vulnerable had been inoculated, I can...

Covid-Secure Borders (15 Jun 2021)

Jerome Mayhew: We have a number of weapons with which to fight covid. The key one is the vaccine programme, on which even Labour is struggling to criticise the Government’s performance. There is an additional weapon, which is the control of our borders, to minimise the importation of additional infection and new variants from elsewhere. What is the right policy to apply to international travel in the...

Covid-19 Update - Statement (15 Jun 2021)

Lord Campbell-Savours: My Lords, following the comments of the noble Baroness, Lady Sugg, when Gordon Brown called the G7 summit an “unforgivable moral failure”, was he not right? With potentially billions to vaccinate, the West has miserably abandoned the moral high ground on vaccine supply, leaving it to the Chinese and Russians to win new friends and secure influence worldwide. Has not Prime Minister...

Scottish Parliament: Covid-19 (15 Jun 2021)

Douglas Ross: ...might continue for weeks or even months. We had all hoped for a summer of freedom, but the stubborn virus is determined to keep us scunnered instead. We are all thoroughly fed up with Covid and the damaging consequence that it is having on jobs, businesses and people’s mental and physical health. The vaccine remains our best hope of beating Covid. Our national health service, volunteers...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Vaccination (10 Jun 2021)

Stephen Morgan: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what recent assessment he has made of the appropriateness of the Vaccine Damage Payment’s severe disablement eligibility criteria in the context of the very rare blood clots reported in association with the AstraZeneca covid-19 vaccine.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Supply Resolution for the Northern Ireland Main Estimates 2021-22 (7 Jun 2021)

Maolíosa McHugh: ...Budget 2021-22 document that has been endorsed by all the parties in the Executive and again here in the Chamber only two weeks ago. This has been an extraordinary year for us all. The scale of the damage that the pandemic has inflicted on society, in both human and economic terms, has been catastrophic. Thousands of jobs have been lost since the outbreak of the pandemic, bringing down...

Health Partnership Schemes: Funding - Question (7 Jun 2021)

Lord Collins of Highbury: My Lords, as I said last week, it is the speed and scale of the cuts that are having such a damaging effect. The noble Lord, Lord Crisp, made the point that the cuts impact the most vulnerable countries with fragile health systems: Myanmar, Uganda, Zambia, Ethiopia, Somalia, and, of course, Ghana and Sierra Leone—places where we know the impact of failing health systems on global health....

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Vaccination (2 Jun 2021)

Nadhim Zahawi: No specific assessment has been made. Where individuals believe they have come to avoidable harm in relation to a vaccine, they could pursue a compensation claim against the producers of the vaccine. While not constituting legal protection, the Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme (VDPS) was established in 1979, to help ease the burden on those individuals where, on very rare occasions, vaccination...

Scottish Parliament: Economic Recovery (2 Jun 2021)

Tess White: these, we pull together by recognising that we have far more in common with one another than things that divide us. Without the UK Government’s interventions, we would not have a comprehensive vaccine programme, our employees would not be protected by the furlough scheme and businesses would not be protected with safety nets. It is harmful for Scotland not to work as part of a team....

Scottish Parliament: Covid-19 (1 Jun 2021)

Anas Sarwar: the hotspot areas. It is paramount that we learn from the Glasgow experience and design proper protocols for what happens in current and future hotspots. Those protocols must include walk-in vaccination centres for everyone aged 18 and over, the mass roll-out of polymerase chain reaction tests, increased support for local businesses and greater access to isolation support grants. That...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Bovine TB (27 May 2021)

George Eustice: .... In the last year, over 27,000 cattle in England were compulsorily slaughtered to tackle the disease. This causes devastation and distress for hard-working farmers and rural communities and is damaging our reputation as world leaders in high standards of animal health and welfare. Tackling bTB in England is costing taxpayers over £100 million each year. The bTB eradication strategy,...

Cyber-Fraud in the UK (25 May 2021)

Kit Malthouse: ..., running phishing campaigns and impersonating Government Departments and the NHS, as hon. Members have pointed out. We are also aware that fraudsters are using the roll-out of the covid-19 vaccine to target and scam elderly and vulnerable people. The NHS will never asked for payment or bank details; if someone is asked to provide financial details or pay for the vaccine, that is a fraud....

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Budget 2021-22 (25 May 2021)

Maolíosa McHugh: contribute to the debate on the Budget for 2021-22. I commend the Minister of Finance for bringing forward the Budget in the most challenging of circumstances. We all know the scale of the damage that the pandemic has inflicted on our society in both human and economic terms. Thousands of jobs have been lost in the last year, with many more workers uncertain if their jobs will survive...

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