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Upcoming Business – Commons: Main Chamber (22 Mar 2019)

Smoking Prohibition (National Health Service Premises) Bill: Second Reading – Tracy Brabin. Private Members' Bills

Health Inequalities (20 Mar 2019)

Sharon Hodgson: .... Also, children living in poverty are more likely to die before the age of one, become overweight, have tooth decay or even die in an accident. Parents living in poverty are also more likely to smoke, experience mental health difficulties, be a young parent, be a lone parent, experience domestic violence and other negative outcomes, all of which also increase adverse childhood experience...

Scottish Parliament: Free Bus Travel (Under-25s) (20 Mar 2019)

Stewart Stevenson: the outset—as I have said before—that I do not criticise everything that Labour and the Liberal Democrats did in their period in office from 1999 to 2007. The work that Jack McConnell led on smoking was visionary, successful and to be applauded, and I applaud it again. Equally, the bus pass scheme was a great achievement of that period. I, too, am a bus pass holder. I just looked up...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Electronic Cigarettes (19 Mar 2019)

Gareth Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what plans he has to promote vaping products as an effective way for smokers to quit smoking.

Integrated Care Regulations (18 Mar 2019)

Lyn Brown: constituents—barely more than half—receive the breast cancer screenings they need. We have lower rates of physical activity than the national and London averages, as well as higher rates of smoking, and 44% of local children leave primary school obese. If the legislation we are talking about were just about joining up care for patients, creating genuine efficiency by avoiding...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Wood-burning Stoves (18 Mar 2019)

Thangam Debbonaire: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, what criteria his Department uses to classify wood-burning stoves as a smoke exempt appliance.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Smoking: Health Services (15 Mar 2019)

Ben Bradley: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, with reference to the NHS rollout of lung cancer scanning programmes, what assessment he has made of the effectiveness of smoking cessation methods.

Business of the House (Today): UK’s Withdrawal from the European Union (14 Mar 2019)

Kate Hoey: ...of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs said yesterday about more power being given to the Irish Government? People sometimes say, particularly in Northern Ireland, that there is no smoke without fire.

Point of Order: Business of the House (14 Mar 2019)

Christine Jardine: ...roads in my constituency, I am acutely aware of the public health implications of breathing in toxic air. Yesterday, a study in The Times showed that air pollution now causes more deaths than smoking; smoking is avoidable but breathing in toxic air is not. In the light of that, can we please have a debate in the House on how all areas of Government across the UK can get to grips with this...

Leaving the Eu: Fishing (13 Mar 2019)

Philippa Whitford: right in close to our waters, land fish and send it through southern Ireland at 0% tariff, whereas the more that was processed, the higher the tariff would be. Scottish salmon dominates the smoked salmon market in Europe. It is one of the biggest food exports of the UK. It beats Norwegian salmon, which carries a 13% tariff. We will lose our aquaculture advantage, and Scottish smoked...

Online Gambling Protection (12 Mar 2019)

Richard Graham: ...Hedges knockout matches when I was a boy cricketer. It never occurred to me at the time that there was something odd about tobacco companies sponsoring sports games while encouraging spectators to smoke, but we later learned the high risk of smokers severely damaging their lives through lung cancer and creating a huge burden for the NHS. Gradually, we all came to understand that tobacco...

Business of the House (Today): European Union (Withdrawal) Act (12 Mar 2019)

Ian Blackford: ..., quite simply, people do not want to come to Brexit Britain. That is the reality, Prime Minister, and it is this Government who are responsible for that. The Prime Minister is playing a game of smoke and mirrors to save her own skin— not the future interests of people across the United Kingdom. She has renegotiated nothing. She promised legal changes to the withdrawal agreement. Nothing...

Depersonalisation Disorder: NHS Treatment (12 Mar 2019)

Lyn Brown: understanding it, living with it and eventually learning ways of dealing with it. The onset of DPD was triggered for Jane by cannabis use. She was just 18, on holiday with a boyfriend, and had smoked cannabis only once before. Her boyfriend prepared her some cannabis resin and mixed it into a yoghurt. Jane tried a little—no impact; so she tried a bit more. She describes what happened...

Fire Safety and Sprinkler Systems — [James Gray in the Chair] (12 Mar 2019)

Alison Thewliss: ...The ministerial working group on building and fire safety did not hang around; it got on with the job, looked comprehensively at everything and came forward very quickly with minimum standards for smoke alarms across all kinds of property. The minimum requirements will be that at least one smoke alarm will be installed in the room most frequently used, such as the living room; at least...

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