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Written Answers — Department for Education: Pupils: Social Services (25 Sep 2023)

Baroness Barran: Our analysis for reporting year ending March 2022 for children in social care shows:At Key Stage 2, the percentage of all pupils meeting the expected standard in reading, writing and maths in 2022 was 59%, compared to 29% for children in social care, also called children in need (CIN), which includes looked-after children.At Key Stage 4, the percentage of all pupils achieving grade 5-9 in...

Birmingham City Council (19 Sep 2023)

Michael Gove: ..., I would like to make a statement about Birmingham City Council. Birmingham is a great city with a wonderful, diverse, creative and enterprising population. It has real economic, cultural and educational strengths. But Birmingham City Council has not served the citizens of that great city as it should have. For years now, the city has suffered as the council has failed to grip...

Backbench Business: Support for Kinship Carers — [Martin Vickers in the Chair] (14 Sep 2023)

Munira Wilson: Absolutely, and that is why we need a consistent system applied across the board that is not dependent on the political persuasion of a local authority or what means it has to support kinship carers. I have come across many grandparents who are using up their life savings and people who might be about to retire and are having to quit the workforce sooner than they wanted. Kinship carers come...

Football and Dementia (14 Sep 2023)

Grahame Morris: It is a pleasure to follow the hon. Member for Southend United West, and I wish her well in her efforts to secure the future of her team. I would like to express my gratitude to the Backbench Business Committee—to my dear friend the hon. Member for Gateshead (Ian Mearns) and his colleagues—for giving us the opportunity to participate in this crucial debate in the House of Commons. I also...

Veterans: Handforth ( 6 Sep 2023)

Andrew Murrison: ...that I will not be able to show very much ankle on this occasion, but in my remarks I will certainly touch on where we are with the two commissioned reviews, which will improve matters as part of the process I described. In the meantime, we have invested £40 million to digitally transform veterans’ services and phase out paper, which is so much impeding the quality of the service we...

Financial Education in Schools — [Dame Angela Eagle in the Chair] ( 6 Sep 2023)

Miriam Cates: hon. Friend the Member for Broadland (Jerome Mayhew) securing a very important debate and on his compelling speech; he has made some brilliant arguments, which I will try not to repeat too often. I used to be a secondary school science teacher, and I distinctly remember that one summer, when I had bottom-set year 10 for biology, only half the pupils turned up to the lesson. I remember...

Non-disclosure Agreements in the Workplace — [Rushanara Ali in the Chair] ( 5 Sep 2023)

Kevin Hollinrake: Of course I will meet my right hon. Friend, and I am very happy to meet the campaigning organisation as well. The consultation found some support for NDAs when they helped victims to make a clean break and move on—I think that point was also raised by the shadow Minister, the hon. Member for Ellesmere Port and Neston (Justin Madders). We feel that an outright ban across all organisations...

Scottish Parliament: Programme for Government 2023-24 ( 5 Sep 2023)

...? In proposing the case for independence, we will set out a positive vision for Scotland’s future, and there is much to be positive about. Scotland’s economy already performs better than that of most parts of the UK. We have world-class universities and colleges and significant strengths and potential in many of the key economic sectors of the future. Today’s programme sets out how...

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill - Report (5th Day): Amendment 191A ( 4 Sep 2023)

Lord Stunell: My Lords, I rise because every one of these amendments merits serious consideration by the Government. I hope very much that the Minister, the noble Earl, Lord Howe, will be able to stretch his brief somewhat in responding to them. It is a particular pleasure to support the noble Lord, Lord Crisp, in his advocacy for healthy homes in Amendment 191A. He has rightly argued that having healthy...

Teaching Assistant Pay — [Sir Mark Hendrick in the Chair] (17 Jul 2023)

Nick Gibb: ...she mentioned will see that in Hansard. We want those examples to be more consistent right across the country, so the Department already provides support for teaching assistants through a number of programmes, including training to improve maths for teaching assistants through the maths hubs, and to support them to identify and meet the needs of children and young people with special...

Higher Education Reform (17 Jul 2023)

Tim Farron: Of course students deserve high-quality education at university. They also deserve to be cared for during what is, for most of them, their first time away from home. Does the Secretary of State agree with me, and with the families of young people who have tragically taken their own lives at university, that higher education institutions should do more to look out for and protect those...

Pensions (Extension of Automatic Enrolment) (No. 2) Bill - Second Reading (14 Jul 2023)

Viscount Younger of Leckie: ...pensions more younger people, women and those in part-time work, including workers not already benefiting from an employer pension contribution. My noble friend eloquently set out further detail of the Bill, its benefits and its beneficiaries. The Government are committed to building on the success of automatic enrolment to date with a stronger, more inclusive savings culture for younger...

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: Publication of the Intelligence and Security Committee's report on China (13 Jul 2023)

Rishi Sunak: The Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament (ISC) has today laid before Parliament a report examining the threat posed by the Chinese authorities and the United Kingdom’s response. I welcome the report and thank the committee for its efforts. China poses an epoch-defining challenge to the international order. Under the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) it is becoming more...

Public Bill Committee: Victims and Prisoners Bill: Clause 1 - Meaning of “victim” (27 Jun 2023)

Edward Argar: ...for Basingstoke (Dame Maria Miller)—to be debated in Committee. The amendments recognise that non-disclosure agreements are misused if they prevent someone from speaking about an experience of crime, for example, to relevant professionals. Amendment 1, though not selected for debate, is intended to include those who have signed NDAs that prevent them from speaking about criminal conduct...

Bill Presented: Higher Education (Duty of Care) Bill (21 Jun 2023)

Higher Education (Duty of Care) Bill

Written Answers — Department for Education: Students: Care Leavers ( 9 Jun 2023)

Baroness Barran: The department gave a commitment in ‘Stable Homes Built on Love’ to work with the sector to develop a gold standard accreditation scheme for further education (FE) and higher education (HE) institutions. This covers all aspects of support for care experienced young people, including access to affordable year-round accommodation. Furthermore, local authorities are under a legal duty to...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Higher Education: Liability ( 8 Jun 2023)

Tobias Ellwood: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, if she will make it her policy to legislate for an additional statutory duty of care for students in higher education.

Higher Education Students: Statutory Duty of Care — [Sir Robert Syms in the Chair] ( 5 Jun 2023)

Nicholas Fletcher: ...who have come to the debate, and I thank the Minister for his letter and his comments. I thank all the petitioners who have come to the debate. I know that they were hoping for the statutory duty to be put in place. That was never going to happen today—this is a Westminster Hall debate, and that does not happen here—but they have heard the Minister’s comments. He has written to all...

6. Debate on the Equality and Social Justice Committee Report — 'Women’s experiences in the criminal justice system' (24 May 2023)

Altaf Hussain: ...along. Our inquiry looked at the support given by the Welsh Government to women in the criminal justice system, and in gathering evidence we heard about some truly shocking experiences. The lack of adequate support has led to startlingly high reoffending rates. Criminal justice might not be devolved, but the Welsh Government is wholly responsible for health and social care, education and...

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