All 7 results for get zero speaker:Justin Tomlinson

National Grid Proposals: North East Lincolnshire (23 May 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: ...Secretary of State and I are clear that community voices must be heard in our transformation of the electricity system. The Prime Minister has made it clear that we are making the transition to net zero in a way that supports communities and families. That is true of new electricity infrastructure, and the organisations that plan and deliver it are working to ensure that. Members will be...

Floating Offshore Wind and Contracts for Difference — [Sir Philip Davies in the Chair] (23 May 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: ...of Southampton and the leader of the council, no less. Not only has he been elected since ’97, but—God loves a trier—he also ran in ’83, ’87 and ’92. For colleagues who do not quite get the result they feel they deserve, just keep going and you will get here. The shadow Minister has always conducted himself with a real passion for his areas of interest. His contributions are...

Statutory Sick Pay and Protection for Workers (18 Mar 2020)

Justin Tomlinson: ...mean that for people affected by coronavirus, statutory sick pay will be payable from day one, instead of day four, and currently it will be backdated to 13 March. We removed those waiting days to get support to people as quickly as possible. These are crucial measures to ensure that employees do not attend work when they should stay at home to help to keep themselves and others safe. The...

Poverty in Liverpool — [Mr Gary Streeter in the Chair] (24 Oct 2018)

Justin Tomlinson: about to say—but it is crystal clear that every one of them is driven by a passion to protect the most vulnerable people in society. We all want the same result; we just disagree about how to get from A to B. I am conscious that hon. Members mentioned lots of different issues. I am merely a junior Minister in the Department for Work and Pensions, so in the limited time I have got, I...

Soft Drinks Industry Levy: Funding for Sport in Schools — [Sir David Amess in the Chair] (10 Jan 2017)

Justin Tomlinson: ...the holidays. As it stands, there will be £285 million to extend the school day in secondary schools in relation to sport, £160 million to double the primary school physical education budget, and £10 million to expand breakfast clubs. That was welcomed by Emma Boggis, the chief executive of the Sport and Recreation Alliance, who said it will “deliver more opportunities to get children...

Social Mobility Index ( 9 Feb 2016)

Justin Tomlinson: I will be tough on time, but I may give way at the end of my speech. In that school, the teachers were able to get those children back up to the national average. That is a real transformation, which had to start in early years education as well as in the traditional school years. We have a clear focus on quality and our early years education system is underpinned by the early years...

Opposition Day — [14th Allotted Day] — Universal Credit Work Allowance ( 6 Jan 2016)

Justin Tomlinson: is a static analysis and that they are already in—will be cash protected as they are transferred to universal credit, so they will not be cash worse-off. We have rising wages and near zero inflation. We have had 13 months—[Interruption.] We have strong economic growth, delivering record jobs and creating opportunities for people to get into work and to increase their hours. We have...

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