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Covid-19: Child Maintenance Service (21 Jan 2021)

Kim Johnson: ...this situation urgently and ensure that parents who owe child maintenance pay their fair share. We must remember that these families are already among some of the worst off. They are now forced to deal with cuts to this vital lifeline, often alongside further loss of income due to the coronavirus. In my own constituency of Liverpool Riverside, a massive 40% of CMS cases in the collect and...

Equitable Life (21 Jan 2021)

Stephen Flynn: ...from constituents who had been impacted by this appalling scandal. I will be honest and say that I was not fully clued up on all the specifics; after all, I had barely started secondary school in the year 2000, when this issue really took hold. However, having trawled through the record books, it quickly became apparent to me just how much effort Members on all sides of the House have put...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Supply Teachers: Coronavirus (21 Jan 2021)

Nick Gibb: A key principle behind the Government's education reforms is to give teachers and school leaders the freedom to use their professional judgement to decide the structure of their workforce to best meet the needs of their pupils. This autonomy extends to employment arrangements with temporary staff, including supply teachers. Schools will continue to receive their budgets for the coming year...

Scottish Parliament: Health and Care Workforce (20 Jan 2021)

Michelle Ballantyne: .... If the vaccines deliver successfully, they will have set new standards of expectation. Jamie Greene encapsulated that very well in his comments. Given that the Government’s strategy for dealing with the coronavirus is predicated on the vaccination of the population, that has become essential to getting us out of the devastating cycle of restrictions and lockdowns. Having spent 25 years...

Trade Bill: After Clause 2 - Parliamentary approval of trade agreements (19 Jan 2021)

Kim Johnson: ...Saudi-led coalition in Yemen, according to the Ministry of Defence. That is more than one a week for the entire duration of the conflict. These breaches include strikes in residential areas—on schools, hospitals and family homes. Civil rights organisations such as the Campaign Against Arms Trade and Amnesty International have repeatedly and consistently called for the UK Government to...

Domestic Abuse and Hidden Harms during Lockdown - Statement (19 Jan 2021)

Lord Kennedy of Southwark: ..., male or disabled? Children are often the hidden victims of domestic and sexual abuse in the home. What work is the Minister’s department doing to ensure that vulnerable children who are out of school are kept safe? There are huge issues about how children are faring generally in the pandemic, and considerable justifiable concern over the significant failures of the Department for...

Health: Eating Disorders - Question (19 Jan 2021)

Baroness Fall: My Lords, this autumn, charities such as Place2Be have recorded a notable increase in issues of self-harm, suicidal thoughts and eating disorders. The impact of shutting schools has been huge, and we will not know the legacy of that for a long time to come. I am reassured to hear the Minister say that he is as concerned as I am to look at ways to deal with this, but will he and others...

Scottish Parliament: Covid-19 (19 Jan 2021)

...I thank Annabelle Ewing for raising a question that I think everyone agrees is of fundamental importance. It is such a regret to all of us that children are having another period of learning out of school and at home, and I know that family and parents are struggling considerably with that. In the past week or so, I have had a great deal of feedback to the effect that the provision of...

Scottish Parliament: United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (Incorporation) (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (19 Jan 2021)

Jamie Greene: ...Here in Scotland, we know that Covid is exacerbating challenges that children face in our most disadvantaged communities and in households with less income. They have invariably suffered through school closures, household job losses, exposure to substance abuses in their houses, domestic violence, and that lack of physical daily interaction and intervention from teachers who are trying...

Remote Education and Free School Meals (18 Jan 2021)

Wes Streeting: It is a pleasure to follow my hon. Friend the Member for City of Chester (Christian Matheson) in what has been a heavily over-subscribed debate. I regret the fact that we will not be able to deal with every single speech individually. In closing the debate, let me return us to some fundamentals. First and foremost, this place matters, resolutions of this House matter and this vote matters....

Non-Domestic Rating (Lists) (No. 2) Bill - Second Reading (18 Jan 2021)

Lord Greenhalgh: ...I credit the noble Earl, Lord Lytton, who gave a tour d’horizon of local government finance reform, starting with the Layfield review, which took place over 40 years ago—I was still at primary school at the time—and moving on to the Lyons review. This helped explain the long history of local government finance and how the reform of business rates has been approached since their...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statement: Public Expenditure: Draft Budget 2021-22 (18 Jan 2021)

Conor Murphy: ...Park. More widely, the draft Budget will also help to deliver key capital projects that will encourage investment and drive our economy: for example, investment in water infrastructure and in the school estate. The level of funding provided also delivers on the NDNA priority to increase investment in social housing. That investment will help to address high levels of housing need and...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Domestic Abuse and Civil Proceedings Bill: Final Stage (18 Jan 2021)

Rachel Woods: ...story. Some of their experiences have been heard on the Floor; their stories are harrowing. They have reduced and will reduce the toughest of readers to tears. Theirs is the reality that we are dealing with. That is the whole point of the legislation. The Bill is needed for so many reasons, as we know, but, crucially, for the protection of victims of domestic abuse. PSNI figures from...

Mental Health Act Reform - Statement (18 Jan 2021)

Lord Bethell: ...people across the country. I will move on to the mental health effects of the pandemic in a second. We have invested £8 million in the Wellbeing for Education Return programme, which will provide schools and colleges all over England with the knowledge and resources to support children and young people, teachers and parents. We have announced more than £400 million over the next four...

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: Working Parents and School Closures - Private Notice Question (18 Jan 2021)

Lord Mackay of Clashfern: My Lords, since these difficulties for parents are caused by the inability of the local authority to perform its responsibility under the statutory duty of the parents to send their child to school and the local authority’s duty to receive the child, is there a legal responsibility on the local authority to deal with these difficulties?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Domestic Abuse and Civil Proceedings Bill: Final Stage (18 Jan 2021)

Paul Givan: ...of the Assembly in making such provision in the legislation. There is now certainty that such a scheme will be introduced in Northern Ireland within a specific period. Clause 26 provides for schools to be notified where a domestic abuse incident has occurred the night before in which police have been called out. That approach has been adopted successfully in England and Wales, putting...

Vitamin D: Covid-19 (14 Jan 2021)

David Davis: ...get a more than 75% absolute risk-of-death reduction and reduction in mortality when treating patients with a cocktail of treatments including vitamin D. Researchers at Eastern Virginia Medical School who designed the protocol estimate that if their approach, including vitamin D-to-patient management, had been widely implemented at the start of the pandemic, it could have saved many, many...

Free School Meals: Food Parcels - Private Notice Question (14 Jan 2021)

Baroness Berridge: ...Lords, I join the Prime Minister in paying tribute to the work of Marcus Rashford, which was recognised in the latest honours that he was given. In relation to the flexibility that we have given to schools here, it is important to remember that schools know their children best; they know whether food parcels are best. Obviously, receipt of a food parcel can be vital if the parent at home...

Scottish Parliament: Employment Opportunities (BAME Women) (14 Jan 2021)

Pauline McNeill: ...and development policies and practices. One of the report’s recommendations was that local authorities should promote BAME-identifying individuals to senior positions in primary and secondary schools. Representation at the top of organisations as early as possible is key to improving the systems that are in place. It is vital that school leaders hire more diverse teachers. Many BAME...

Online Anonymity — [Esther McVey in the Chair] (13 Jan 2021)

Caroline Dinenage: I am grateful to the hon. Lady for giving me the opportunity to do so. We absolutely stand by our commitment on online harms, and are completely dedicated to it, so nothing in any trade deal—particularly the US trade deal, given that so many of these big social media companies originate there—will impact that. We will continue to promote appropriate protections for consumers online and...


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