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Scottish Parliament: Ending Violence in Schools (24 May 2023)

Stephen Kerr: ...from classrooms is a vital first step, but that cannot be the end of the story, because exclusions must lead to something else. The offenders need help, too, and returning them straight back into the classroom is not a workable solution. There needs to be somewhere for those disruptive and damaged pupils to go. They need help, not isolation. We also have a crisis in attendance. Alongside...

Scottish Parliament: Vaping Products (Restriction of Marketing and Advertising) (18 May 2023)

Jenni Minto: I recognise that issue, which the World Health Organization has described as a “major concern”. I have asked Public Health Scotland to look into that and will be working on the issue along with my colleague Elena Whitham.

Scottish Parliament: Ministerial Code (18 May 2023)

The First Minister: Such timetable changes happen regularly. When Jenny Gilruth was Minister for Transport, they happened for the correct reasons, according to the investigation that I did this morning, when the story that Douglas Ross talked about came into the public’s consciousness. We have invested heavily and significantly in railway services. We are proud to have taken ScotRail back...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Infant Mortality: Research (17 May 2023)

Maria Caulfield: ...ambition to halve maternal deaths, stillbirths and neonatal deaths and brain injury by 2025. Since 2011, NIHR Research Programmes have invested £21.5 million on 27 awards conducting research into miscarriage and stillbirth. Additionally, the NIHR Policy Research Programme funds a Policy Research Unit dedicated to Maternal & Neonatal Health & Care research which is based at the National...

Scottish Parliament: Covid-19 Vaccination Programme (16 May 2023)

Jenni Minto: three years ago we are now free to do, and the principal reason for that is the success of the vaccination programme. However, the discovery of a vaccine was just the start. Getting the vaccine into the arms of those who were at greatest risk of serious ill health and doing so as early as possible was a herculean task. Arguably, it was the most logistically challenging national...

5. Member Debate under Standing Order 11.21(iv): Incontinence (10 May 2023)

Gareth Davies: It is a pleasure to take part in this debate this afternoon. I thank Jenny Rathbone for tabling this motion, and I will be voting for it later on this afternoon or this evening. I think it's such an important issue, and I just wanted to share a bit of my background and the reasons why I've decided to speak on this debate today. I worked for the NHS for 11 years: I supported clients with...

Scottish Parliament: Patient Safety Commissioner for Scotland Bill: Stage 1 (10 May 2023)

Paul O'Kane: I am pleased to have the opportunity to close the debate on behalf of Scottish Labour. I begin by welcoming Jenni Minto to her place as minister. This is the first occasion on which I have been across from her in the chamber in this context and, quite possibly, it is the last as, obviously, I am speaking as the former deputy convener of the Health, Social Care and Sport Committee—of course,...

6. Debate on the Climate Change, Environment, and Infrastructure Committee Report — 'Decarbonising the private housing sector' ( 3 May 2023)

Julie James: So, just very briefly on that, Jenny, we're absolutely looking at the permitted development rights, but they won't be for any air-source heat pump; we will have to say that there's a decibel level that's permissible, and that's actually slightly more complicated than what you're asking. I don't want to just reduce it and then, actually, our soundscape Bill will make it impossible for you to...

1. Questions to the Minister for Climate Change: The Warm Homes Programme ( 3 May 2023)

Julie James: ...about their energy performance certificate E rating for the PRS. We're very concerned that, without a grant programme to go with it, we might drive some landlords from the market, particularly, Jenny, in your constituency, where there are larger homes with multigenerational families living in them, and they tend to not meet the EPC E rating. So, it's important that we cover off the...

2. Questions to the Minister for Health and Social Services: Misuse of Botox (26 Apr 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: ..., headaches, swelling, bruising, partial facial paralysis, and even disfigurement, so safe prescribing practice is an essential component of public protection. We do not know what we are walking into in terms of the way it can come back to hit us in the NHS. So, it would be very useful to know why we cannot pay more attention to this abuse of prescribed medicines at this point being used...

5. Statement by the Minister for Health and Social Services: The National Diagnostic Strategy (25 Apr 2023)

Baroness Mair Eluned Morgan: Thanks very much, Jenny. I think one of the most exciting things about this programme is actually the ability for us to look to the future, where things may change pretty rapidly in this area. One of the things I've been really concerned about—. As you mentioned, this kit is really expensive, so the last thing I want to do is to invest in a whole lot of capital equipment that we find will...

1. Questions to the First Minister: Prepayment Meters (25 Apr 2023)

Mark Drakeford: Well, Llywydd, I regret the fact that the Welsh Government has no powers to require the action that Jenny Rathbone has set out, because energy policy is a reserved matter and those actions can only lie with UK Ministers. The cases that Jenny Rathbone has outlined demonstrate the continued unsatisfactory nature of the proposals that Ofgem have published. Now, Jonathan Brearley, the chief...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Qualifications Authority (Examinations Preparation) (25 Apr 2023)

Jenny Gilruth: It is worth putting on the record that the modifications to the 2022 national qualifications continued into this year’s exam diet in recognition of the on-going impacts of the pandemic, which Bill Kidd mentioned. The modifications vary by subject and by level, but they include removing or reducing elements of exams or course work, giving more choice or time during assessments and removing...

Scottish Parliament: Patient Travel Schemes (Review) (19 Apr 2023)

Jenni Minto: ...and authorised escorts, according to eligibility criteria and medical requirements. Boards are expected to support patients to identify and access the support that is available, while taking into account individual circumstances and ensuring that patient care is at the centre of all decisions.

Business of the House (30 Mar 2023)

Peter Bone: Yesterday, Jennie in my Wellingborough office had a telephone call from a lady whose son, very unfortunately, was killed in a car crash in South Africa on Monday and is being buried tomorrow. Unfortunately, she had a problem with her visa, having applied for indefinite leave to remain. Jennie rang Izzy in my office, and they started to talk to the Home Office. They had me intervene; I spoke...

Scottish Parliament: Ministers and Junior Ministers (30 Mar 2023)

Humza Yousaf: ...transition at home and for climate justice overseas, and I know that she will be a huge asset to the Government in her new role. I am also seeking Parliament’s approval for the appointment of Jenny Gilruth as a cabinet secretary. Being Minister for Transport is a tough brief—I know that only too well—but Jenny has overseen the taking into public ownership of ScotRail and has driven...

2. Questions to the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution: Race-hate Messaging (29 Mar 2023)

Jenny Rathbone:, have loudly proclaimed that they support Wales as a nation of sanctuary. But disinformation is the stock-in-trade of the far-right groupuscule involved in persuading other people to come into Wales and protest about anything to do with refugees. They've had serious form up in the north of England in disinformation to ordinary people who had thought that in some way this was...

1. Questions to the Minister for Social Justice: Refugees from Ukraine (29 Mar 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: I just wanted to ask you about the plight of Afghan refugees. We've just been told that they're going to be forced to leave hotels and move into a single offer of accommodation, or they'll just be on the street. Given they've been here for 18 months since the Afghan withdrawal, there's clearly concern that people will be in jobs, they'll have children in school. So, how is the Welsh...

11. & 12. Legislative Consent Motion on the Procurement Bill: Motion 1, and Legislative Consent Motion on the Procurement Bill: Motion 2 (28 Mar 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: In the absence of any controls on food imported into Britain, we will continue to attract criminals intent on presenting food that is not what it says on the label, whether it's imported meat, reared to lower animal welfare standards or avoidable carbon emissions, or whether it's honey adulterated with water or cheap sugar syrups. Exiting the EU has left us naked to fraud by criminals, and...

4. Statement by the Minister for Health and Social Services: Access to Primary Care Services (28 Mar 2023)

Jenny Rathbone: ...well. But I think excellent work is obviously being done, Minister, and the better use of pharmacists and optometrists on the high street. And the 111 service—wasn't it great that we didn't rush into trying to replicate what they were doing England?

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