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Yemen Peace Process — [Geraint Davies in the Chair] (3 Nov 2022)

Bambos Charalambous: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Davies, I believe for the first time. I welcome the Minister to his place, and I look forward to working with him on this and many other issues. I thank the hon. Member for Meon Valley (Mrs Drummond) and my right hon. Friend the Member for Walsall South (Valerie Vaz) for securing this timely and important debate on the peace process in...

Smokefree 2030 (3 Nov 2022)

Neil O'Brien: anti-smoking marketing campaigns. It was heartening to see the number of people who joined the annual Stoptober campaign last month. This well-known initiative encourages smokers to abstain for 28 days each October, as we know that smokers who manage to quit for 28 days are five times more likely to quit permanently. In England, the Stoptober campaign has now helped more than 2.1...

Financial Markets: Stability - Motion to Take Note (3 Nov 2022)

Lord Sharkey: My Lords, I start, as is now traditional, by welcoming the return of the Minister, and by thanking the Library for the outstanding note it has produced for this debate. The Motion before us seems simple: financial stability sounds like a common-sense kind of thing and obviously desirable. However, the reality is significantly more complex. There are at least two readings of the phrase...

Business of the House (3 Nov 2022)

Andrew Gwynne: The Government profess that their priorities are to improve education and to level up. I certainly agree that the best way to level up is to improve education. May I impress on the Leader of the House the plight of Russell Scott Primary School in Denton, which was the subject of a £2.7 million refurbishment by Carillion that went wrong? Since then, £700,000 has been spent by Tameside...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Radiology: North East (3 Nov 2022)

Will Quince: ...has been an increase of 63% in entries in clinical radiology specialty training places in England, with all places taken in 2021. The Government has funded an additional 1,500 undergraduate medical school places each year for domestic students in England, with the first graduates entering foundation training in August 2022. We have delivered five new medical schools in England, including...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Dental Services: Somerset (3 Nov 2022)

Neil O'Brien: The Government continues to monitor the number of dental school places in England to ensure that the NHS has the necessary dental workforce to meet future demand. The Department worked with NHSE and negotiated with the BDA on a package of improvements to the NHS dental systems which was announced on 19 July 2022. These improvements, which are supported by the sector will mean dentists are...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Allied Health Professions and Educational Psychology: Children (3 Nov 2022)

Munira Wilson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what steps he is taking to help increase the number of (a) educational psychologists, (b) speech and language therapists and (c) occupational therapists working with school-age children in England.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Mental Health Services: Pupils (3 Nov 2022)

Maria Caulfield: The Department has made no such assessment. However, the Department for Education undertakes and publishes pupil, parent, and teacher omnibus surveys which include a range of questions on their perception of mental health and wellbeing support and promotion in school. This supports our understanding of, amongst other areas, education staff’s perceived confidence in identifying and...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Russell Scott Primary School: Repairs and Maintenance (3 Nov 2022)

Andrew Gwynne: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, if she will meet with the Rt. hon. Member for Denton and Reddish to discuss building conditions at Russell Scott Primary School.

Written Answers — Department for Education: Childcare: Derby North (3 Nov 2022)

Claire Coutinho: The department does not hold the data requested. However, the most recent parents survey of childcare and early years provides some data on parental spend on childcare. For example, the survey shows the average cost of childcare per week for parents of 0-14-year-olds by region. It also shows the cost by day for school-aged children during holiday periods. This data is not available at local...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Childcare: South Swindon (3 Nov 2022)

Helen Hayes: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how many nurseries have closed in the City of Chester constituency since 2010; and of these how many are (a) maintained nursery schools (b) not-for-profit nurseries (c) for-profit nurseries.

Written Answers — Department for Education: School Choice (3 Nov 2022)

Janet Daby: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, whether he has made an assessment of the impact of the changes to the publication of secondary school and college results data on parents ability to choose a school place for their children.

Written Answers — Department for Education: English Language and Mathematics: GCSE (3 Nov 2022)

Nick Gibb: The Schools White Paper includes a vision for a school system that helps every child to fulfil their potential by ensuring that they have the right support, in the right place, at the right time, founded on achieving world class literacy and numeracy. This includes increasing the national GCSE average grade in both English language and in mathematics from 4.5 in 2019 to 5 by 2030, backed up...

Written Answers — Women and Equalities: Working Mothers: Childcare (3 Nov 2022)

Maria Caulfield: ...provision in the world, but we recognise that it is also one of the biggest costs facing working families today. Improving the cost, choice and availability of high-quality childcare and early education remains a key priority for this government. That is why we have spent over £3.5bn in each of the past three years on our early education entitlements to support families with their...

Scottish Parliament: Social Security Benefits (3 Nov 2022)

Kaukab Stewart: ...are supported at all stages, and they can request extra support. The application process includes the innovative local delivery service in every council area, which means that anyone who applies for Scottish benefits can access direct support from an adviser. At the end of last year, more than 90 per cent of those who responded to the Scottish Government’s survey described their...

Scottish Independence and the Scottish Economy (2 Nov 2022)

Stewart Hosie: Several very interesting things have been said today. I have never taken a single vote for the SNP in Dundee East for granted. However, I heard the hon. Member for Edinburgh West (Christine Jardine)—she is no longer in her place—talk about Orkney and Shetland, and if I lived on one of those island groups, I would be very cross indeed that the Liberal Democrats took them so much for...

International Students: Contribution to the UK (2 Nov 2022)

Robert Halfon: It is a pleasure to serve under you, Mr Stringer. I congratulate the hon. Member for Stirling (Alyn Smith) on a very thoughtful speech. I love what he said about science and technology. I have a picture of President Kennedy on my wall in the Department for Education, because he put a man on the moon, and moved the whole engine of government, universities and science to achieve that purpose....

Schools: Resources - Question (2 Nov 2022)

Lord Austin of Dudley: My Lords, education ought to be the country’s number one priority, so school budgets should be the very last place the Government look to make savings, particularly after children had such a terrible time during the pandemic. I do not know a single state school that continued to provide a full timetable during lockdown. Children from poor or overcrowded homes, or those with special needs,...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Governing Bodies (2 Nov 2022)

Ruth Cadbury: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, what steps she is taking to improve communications from her Department to (a) secondary schools and (b) boards of governors on changes to governors boards regulations.

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Charities (2 Nov 2022)

Lee Anderson: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, what steps her Department is taking to ensure that materials provided by (a) Mermaids and (b) other advocacy organisations for use in schools are appropriate for use by (i) vulnerable and (ii) other children.

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