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Upcoming Business – Commons: Main Chamber (11 Nov 2019)

Education (including Topical Questions). Oral questions; 2:30 pm

Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (22 Oct 2019)

Health, social care, education, culture, welfare and pensions - Baroness Barran, Baroness Blackwood of North Oxford. Debate on the Address; 2:30 pm

Upcoming Business – Lords: Select Committee (22 Oct 2019)

Science and Technology Committee (Lords): Ageing: Science, Technology and Healthy Living. 10:15 am; Room 1, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: ...Newcastle Biomedical Research Centre Professor Richard Faragher, Professor of Biogerontology, Brighton University Professor David Melzer, Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health at the Medical School, University of Exeter Dr Jordana Bell, Senior Lecturer Head of Epigenomics Research Group, King's College London (at 11:25 AM) Dr Riccardo Marioni, Centre for Genomic and Experimental...

Upcoming Business – Commons: Main Chamber (21 Oct 2019)

Further education provision in St Austell – Steve Double. Adjournment debate

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (14 Oct 2019)

Bill Wiggin: ...beds are about to arrive, as the wards built by the Canadian army in the second world war are finally dismantled and replaced with a 21st-century building. The same is true for the funding of our schools. I am sure that all colleagues have, like me, visited their local schools and heard the plea for more money. The bit that has always been incredibly difficult is to explain why, if someone...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (1st Day): Motion to Adjourn (14 Oct 2019)

Baroness Evans of Bowes Park: ..., we aim to unleash everyone’s potential no matter who they are or where they live: measures to support and strengthen our National Health Service, its people and buildings; new money for our schools, so that every child gets a world-class education no matter where they grow up; investment in transport and technology, so that prosperity reaches all corners of the country; and measures to...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (1st Day): Motion for an Humble Address (14 Oct 2019)

Baroness Anelay of St Johns: ...will: strengthen public services such as our National Health Service, with a welcome reference to mental health; reform adult social care; ensure that all young people have access to an excellent education; improve infrastructure and connectivity across the country; implement new regimes for fisheries, agriculture and trade; reform the immigration system; tackle crime while also enhancing...

Queen’S Speech (14 Oct 2019)

John Bercow: ...to develop proposals to improve internet safety, and will bring forward laws to implement new building safety standards. My Ministers will ensure that all young people have access to an excellent education, unlocking their full potential and preparing them for the world of work. My Government will take steps to make work fairer, introducing measures that will support those working hard. To...

Queen’s Speech (14 Oct 2019)

...to develop proposals to improve internet safety, and will bring forward laws to implement new building safety standards. My Ministers will ensure that all young people have access to an excellent education, unlocking their full potential and preparing them for the world of work. My Government will take steps to make work fairer, introducing measures that will support those working hard....

Prorogation: Her Majesty’s Speech (8 Oct 2019)

.... It has been an enduring focus of my Government to strengthen the economy to support the creation of jobs and to generate the tax revenues needed to invest in the National Health Service, schools and other public services. Improving public finances, while keeping taxes low, has been a priority for my Government. Legislation passed this session has provided one hundred percent relief from...

Royal Assent: Her Majesty’s Most Gracious Speech (8 Oct 2019)

John Bercow: .... It has been an enduring focus of my Government to strengthen the economy to support the creation of jobs and to generate the tax revenues needed to invest in the National Health Service, schools and other public services. Improving public finances, while keeping taxes low, has been a priority for my Government. Legislation passed this session has provided one hundred per cent relief from...

Royal Assent: Her Majesty’s Most Gracious Speech (8 Oct 2019)

John Bercow: .... It has been an enduring focus of my Government to strengthen the economy to support the creation of jobs and to generate the tax revenues needed to invest in the National Health Service, schools and other public services. Improving public finances, while keeping taxes low, has been a priority for my Government. Legislation passed this session has provided one hundred per cent relief from...

Rural Economy (Rural Economy Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (8 Oct 2019)

Lord Gardiner of Kimble: ...too familiar to those who live there. Digital connectivity and public transport are poorer. Affordable housing is in short supply. People have to travel further to access essential services such as schools, colleges and hospitals. Distance makes many public services more costly to deliver. There is a higher proportion of older people, which places pressure on health and social services. As...

Business of the House (Prorogation): Baby Loss Awareness Week (8 Oct 2019)

Jim Cunningham: ..., is what we learn about the heartbreak and, in some instances, the lack of support. In general terms, it has been very good to have these debates—even if we do have them annually—because they educate the public about an issue that has too often been shoved under the carpet, for want of a better term. It is better that people now understand what other people go through in life, so I do...

Business of the House (Prorogation): Baby Loss Awareness Week (8 Oct 2019)

Jim Cunningham: ..., is what we learn about the heartbreak and, in some instances, the lack of support. In general terms, it has been very good to have these debates—even if we do have them annually—because they educate the public about an issue that has too often been shoved under the carpet, for want of a better term. It is better that people now understand what other people go through in life, so I do...

Exiting the European Union (Environmental Protection) (8 Oct 2019)

John McNally: I, too, welcome the Minister to his position and acknowledge his understanding of the subject. It has just occurred to me that the Environmental Audit Committee has been a magnificent educator of MPs. The hon. Member for Wakefield (Mary Creagh), who is not in her place, is to be congratulated on her drive. Maybe I will assume a similar role some time in an independent Scotland. We in the...

Exiting the European Union (Environmental Protection) (8 Oct 2019)

John McNally: I, too, welcome the Minister to his position and acknowledge his understanding of the subject. It has just occurred to me that the Environmental Audit Committee has been a magnificent educator of MPs. The hon. Member for Wakefield (Mary Creagh), who is not in her place, is to be congratulated on her drive. Maybe I will assume a similar role some time in an independent Scotland. We in the...

Prison Officers: Pension Age (8 Oct 2019)

Gordon Henderson: ...any new prisons be run by the public sector. Do not get me wrong—I am a free-market Tory who believes that there is a place for the private sector in the prison service, for instance in catering, education, training and rehabilitation. I have a couple of examples of the positive involvement of the private sector in the latter of those fields. A private construction company has set up a...


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