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Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (9 Sep 2021)

Andy Bell: Yes, sure. Again, “integrated care”—we like the words; they are good—but the difficulty in a way is, first of all, the fact that this is very much an NHS-dominated set of proposals. It was written by NHS England for NHS England. I think that if we have a genuinely integrated system, where people will get support across the whole range of services, we need this to be an...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (9 Sep 2021)

Dame Gill Morgan: I am Dame Gill Morgan. I am chair-designate of Gloucestershire ICS, but I have been involved there for over two years, so I have seen the development of this movement. I am now the elected chair of the terribly titled NHS Confederation advisorate. What is important about that is that it includes all the ICS chairs that have been and all the ICS people who have been acting...

Public Bill Committee: Building Safety Bill: Examination of witnesses (9 Sep 2021)

Kate Henderson: Good afternoon. I am Kate Henderson, chief executive of the National Housing Federation. We represent housing associations in England, which are not-for-profit providers of more than 2.5 million homes to around 6 million people. Our members reinvest all their surpluses back into building more affordable homes and supporting residents. By way of introduction, housing...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (9 Sep 2021)

Richard Murray: On the flow of money, we are expecting revenue allocation to ICSs based on the current formula, trying to reflect need, inequalities, deprivation and age. The uncertainty is then how much those ICBs will allocate down to place level on a local government footprint. The expectation is that quite a large proportion of that funding—general practice, community services, quite a...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (9 Sep 2021)

Professor Martin Marshall: We have pushed very hard for clinical representation on the board, and I think that the acknowledgement that a primary care representative is required is absolutely right. Of course, one representative is not going to change the world, but there is something symbolic about it, and there is something about having a primary care voice that is really important. The...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (9 Sep 2021)

Dr Chaand Nagpaul: Can I come back on that? At the moment, we are seeing foundation trusts thinking about their budgets, community providers thinking about theirs, and general practice as well. There is not even collaboration between the community and the hospital. No foundation trust currently has the ability to say, for example, “We will go beyond our budget and invest in the...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (7 Sep 2021)

Cllr James Jamieson: I am going to agree with Maggie. I think that that is a general point we would make. Better healthcare does not start in a hospital; it starts in the community and it starts before you are born. It is about prevention, early intervention, public health, good food and all those things. We welcome measures to support that. On the point about obesity, I would particularly...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (7 Sep 2021)

Ian Trenholm: The Bill will add value to patients in a number of different ways. There are four areas that we have particular interest in. The first is around the work we expect the Government to ask us to do on oversight of the individual ICSs. Building on the comments that have just been made, our contributing to the assurance around ICSs will be an important part of how we can add value....

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (7 Sep 2021)

Matthew Taylor: I agree with Saffron. There have been some very good examples of local collaboration, such as the vaccination programme and reaching out to communities where initial take-up may not have been what we had hoped. There is some really impressive work there. That work presages the wider commitment within the health service to a strategy of population health, which addresses not...

Public Bill Committee: Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill: Examination of Witness (7 Sep 2021)

Professor Whittle: It is important to state from the beginning that I am totally for people having the opportunity to speak and voice their opinions on campus— particularly academics, as long as they base their presentations on their research, work, experience and knowledge. I have absolutely no hesitation about acknowledging that right. My main concern about the legislation is not so much...

Public Bill Committee: Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (7 Sep 2021)

Trevor Phillips: Some of these are public. There is the case of the Cambridge porter who said something that was regarded as disobliging on the issue of gender and trans. Eventually, he had to step down from his role. There is the case, again, of Noah Carl at Cambridge. I suspect that Professor Biggar will probably have more examples to offer you, but if you would like I can certainly follow...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (7 Sep 2021)

Karin Smyth: So how do we, in the system, ensure the development of primary and community estate? Are we in the queue with the Treasury, behind the 40 or whatever hospitals? Is there any way in which we can develop primary and community estate within the scope of the Bill? If we cannot do that through the Bill, how do we do it?Q

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (7 Sep 2021)

Danny Mortimer: Navina captures really well the work that is already going on, not least, as she has said, through the pandemic. My members, who are the trusts and ICSs around the country, are already trying to find ways of developing joint approaches to developing their workforce, not least with their colleagues in social care, but also by thinking about different ways in which they can...

Public Bill Committee: Rating (Coronavirus) and Directors Disqualification (Dissolved Companies) Bill: Clause 2 - Unfit directors of dissolved companies: Great Britain (8 Jul 2021)

Luke Hall: I am grateful to the Committee for its useful input in the discussion so far. I welcome the opportunity to talk further about our insolvency regime, which is an international leader on speed and efficiency, returns to creditors and cost. A strong insolvency regime must be backed up by efficient and robust enforcement to tackle wrongdoing, and the UK has a first-class regime to deal with...

Public Bill Committee: Rating (Coronavirus) and Directors Disqualification (Dissolved Companies) Bill: Examination of Witness (6 Jul 2021)

Kate Nicholls: The key point that we would make is that we have had a high degree of support from the hospitality sector and the supply chain that goes alongside it throughout the course of the pandemic. We have a challenge in the supply chain in so far as the discretionary grants made available to our businesses within the supply chain have been allocated by local authorities, and by and...

Public Bill Committee: Rating (Coronavirus) and Directors Disqualification (Dissolved Companies) Bill: Examination of Witness (6 Jul 2021)

Andrew Agathangelou: I cannot answer your question directly, forgive me—I do not have that data and have not done that research. Let us think of it like this: roughly four or five years ago, a man called Roberto Saviano, an investigative journalist, became quite famous for a period because he did some investigative journalism on the mafia, and as a consequence of that investigative...

Public Bill Committee: Rating (Coronavirus) and Directors Disqualification (Dissolved Companies) Bill: Examination of witnesses (6 Jul 2021)

Adrian Blaylock: That is probably aimed at Mr Magor, rather than me. It is really hard to know whether the size of the pot—the £1.5 billion—is large enough or not. The way I expect this scheme to work is for the Government to release guidance on the types of business they expect local government to support. In the announcement on 25 March, they gave a couple of examples of types of...

Public Bill Committee: Northern Ireland (Ministers, Elections and Petitions of Concern) Bill: New Clause 2 - Appointment of First Minister and Deputy First Minister (6 Jul 2021)

Claire Hanna: The previous amendments to the Bill tabled by SDLP Members were probably probing amendments, but we believe that new clause 3 is fundamental and fairly existential for the Assembly. It is worth saying that for the last 20 years the SDLP has advocated adherence to the Good Friday agreement and the mechanisms and safeguards designed in good faith during that process. The reason why we have...

Public Bill Committee: Rating (Coronavirus) and Directors Disqualification (Dissolved Companies) Bill: Examination of witness (6 Jul 2021)

Your second question was on dissolution problems. I think you might be driving at the process of dissolution and how the registrar at Companies House deals with dissolution. After the directors have signed their form, made their declaration, paid the £10 and noted that there is going to be a striking off and that is published in the London Gazette, there is a period of two months where all...

Public Bill Committee: Northern Ireland (Ministers, Elections and Petitions of Concern) Bill: Clause 5 - Petitions of concern (6 Jul 2021)

Robin Walker: I thank the Committee for the detail in which it has scrutinised this measure. As I said before, the purpose of this clause is to reform petitions of concern and return them to their intended purpose. The UK Government are not seeking to legislate beyond what was agreed in the NDNA deal. That is exemplified by the amendments I have introduced today, which correct a technical error relating to...


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