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Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (Blackburn with Darwen and Bradford) Regulations 2020 - Motion to Approve (24 Sep 2020)

Lord Bethell: ...recommendations were brought in on ethnic lines. I know all about the challenges of housing and poverty in some of these communities, and the noble Baroness is entirely right that this disease tracks down people in poverty, people who live in multigenerational households and people who live cheek-by-jowl with each other. It is one of the unfortunate facts of this disease that it goes after...

Belarus: Presidential Elections (24 Sep 2020)

Dominic Raab: ...is why we have triggered the OSCE’s Moscow mechanism. We want to hold those responsible to account, and that is why we will, at speed, look at Magnitsky sanctions as well as supporting the EU track. We need to continue to shine a light on the abuses, which is why we are supporting journalists doing their job.

Emergency Services Network - Question (24 Sep 2020)

Viscount Waverley: ...altered their approach to Huawei to ensure being at one with the US, or is any effective high-level diplomacy being conducted, beyond megaphone diplomacy, to put the relationship with China on track? Do insurmountable red lines exist? If so, what are they?

Business of the House (24 Sep 2020)

Stephanie Peacock: ...-19 lockdown. Can we have a statement from the Government on their cancer recovery plan to clear the backlog, deal with spiralling waiting lists for diagnostic tests and get cancer services back on track?

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Personal Independence Payment (24 Sep 2020)

Justin Tomlinson: ..., many of which are degenerative or life limiting and the Department treats the death of any claimant sympathetically. New Claims made under Special Rules for Terminal Illness (SRTI) are fast tracked and were being cleared in 4 working days on average in April 2020. This is compared to an average of 16 weeks for New Claims cleared under Normal Rules in April 2020, down by 62% from their...

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Spectator Sports: Covid-19 (24 Sep 2020)

Alison McGovern: The Government’s failures on track and trace have consequences for football clubs, as we have heard from Conservative Members of Parliament this morning. We all want to know what the plan is to save the game we love. Suppose, as has been indicated in the media, that the premier league is not prepared to underwrite the rest of football, who then will be to blame when clubs collapse? Will it...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Sub-Saharan Africa: Water (24 Sep 2020)

James Duddridge: ...was not met in the sub-Saharan Africa region. The Millennium Development Goal targets were superseded by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The sub-Saharan Africa Region is currently not on track to reach the SDG access to water target by the target year of 2030. The most recent evidence on access to safe water suggests that only 61% of people in sub-Saharan Africa had access to at...

Written Answers — Treasury: Money (24 Sep 2020)

Charlotte Nichols: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, if he will make it his policy to give a public body the responsibility for tracking trends in the acceptance of cash by businesses.

Scottish Parliament: Universities (Covid-19 Testing) (24 Sep 2020)

Willie Rennie: .... I think that we had a duty of care towards them, and I regret the decision that was made not to test them. Following the recent outbreaks on campuses across the country, we need to do more to track down the virus. I feel for students who are away from home for the first time and who are being forced to self-isolate in halls of residence. I also think of their families, who are many miles...

Scottish Parliament: Social Housing (Waiting Lists) (24 Sep 2020)

The First Minister: Actually, the 50,000 target was absolutely on track to be delivered, and we will do everything that we can, notwithstanding Covid, to ensure that it is met as quickly as possible. As I said, we have already committed funding into the next financial year so that we can continue that commitment beyond the current parliamentary session. I absolutely take at face value and in...

Scottish Parliament: Fair Start Scotland Programme (24 Sep 2020)

...to it. The situation is disappointing for us all, but, when referrals and face-to-face interaction are suspended, it is unfortunately unavoidable. The challenge now is to get that back on track. Because I was on my way to the chamber, I did not have the chance to see all the detail of the chancellor’s announcements on the intended replacement for the furlough scheme, but I hope that it...

Scottish Parliament: Draft Infrastructure Investment Plan 2021-22 to 2025-26 (24 Sep 2020)

Colin Smyth: ...is vital if we are to kick start our recovery and deliver a just transition to a green economy at a time when Scotland faces the deepest recession on record. However, the Scottish Government’s track record on delivering major infrastructure projects has too often been woeful. Three quarters of the projects in the existing infrastructure plan, which was agreed in 2015, have suffered...

Overseas Operations (Service Personnel And Veterans) Bill (23 Sep 2020)

Stephen Morgan: ...-e to neglect others, such as low pay, 10 years of falling morale, a decade of falling numbers and a housing crisis across the tri-services. If the Ministers are serious about tackling the poor track record on defence, we need to see action on all those issues. The Bill presents an opportunity to turn the tide, to break the mould and to work with Labour to get it right. In this country, we...

Overseas Operations (Service Personnel And Veterans) Bill (23 Sep 2020)

Stephen Morgan: ...-e to neglect others, such as low pay, 10 years of falling morale, a decade of falling numbers and a housing crisis across the tri-services. If the Ministers are serious about tackling the poor track record on defence, we need to see action on all those issues. The Bill presents an opportunity to turn the tide, to break the mould and to work with Labour to get it right. In this country, we...

Covid-19 Update - Statement (23 Sep 2020)

Baroness Barker: ...run local public services and know what needs to be communicated to whom and how. All those are the fundamental reasons we find ourselves in this situation. We still lack an effective and timely track, test and isolate system. In its place and without any evidence base behind them, we have come up with messages which, quite frankly, do not make sense to the general public. The rule of six...

Immigration (Health Charge) (Amendment) Order 2020 - Motion to Approve (23 Sep 2020)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: .... These are people working in the NHS, for organisations commissioned by the NHS to provide essential services and in the adult social care sector. The visa was launched on 4 August. It is a fast-track visa, offered with reduced application fees. Until such time as a formal exemption is in place for this group, the Secretary of State has waived the requirement to pay the health charge. In...

Covid-19 - Statement (23 Sep 2020)

Lord Patel: ...that includes a rapid turnaround time. My question is about the ambition, mentioned by the Secretary of State and the Prime Minister, to use testing as a mass screening tool. The current test and track system has lots of problems but mass screening has even bigger problems, so I hope that before it is introduced, the Government will publish the plans and consult beforehand.

EU Exit: End of Transition Period (23 Sep 2020)

Rachel Reeves: ...some dismay that I later read that workmen had encountered a Saxon brick wall in their excavations. I hope this is not a metaphor, but can the Minister assure the House that progress there is on track? Another site apparently earmarked is in Ebbsfleet. It is currently a covid testing centre. With the test, trace and isolate system on its knees, this would be farcical if it were not so...

EU Exit: End of Transition Period (23 Sep 2020)

Rachel Reeves: ...some dismay that I later read that workmen had encountered a Saxon brick wall in their excavations. I hope this is not a metaphor, but can the Minister assure the House that progress there is on track? Another site apparently earmarked is in Ebbsfleet. It is currently a covid testing centre. With the test, trace and isolate system on its knees, this would be farcical if it were not so...

Interest Rates - Private Notice Question (23 Sep 2020)

Baroness Penn: .... The increase in the financing remit for NS&I has allowed it to offer those products to many more people without exceeding that remit. However, we have reached a difficult moment whereby it is on track to grossly exceed that remit if action is not taken. However, the Government want to encourage savings and that is why, over recent years, we have taken the vast majority of savers out of...


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