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EU Exit: Negotiations and the Joint Committee (19 Oct 2020)

Rachel Reeves: ...many of these “inland border facilities”, as the Minister likes to call them, have had work started on them, and how many are now completed? Can he list how many of the IT systems needed are on track and whether the crucial goods vehicle movement system has been tested with all haulage businesses? He mentioned business preparedness. What is happening in terms of security and data...

EU Exit: Negotiations and the Joint Committee (19 Oct 2020)

Rachel Reeves: ...many of these “inland border facilities”, as the Minister likes to call them, have had work started on them, and how many are now completed? Can he list how many of the IT systems needed are on track and whether the crucial goods vehicle movement system has been tested with all haulage businesses? He mentioned business preparedness. What is happening in terms of security and data...

EU Exit: Negotiations and the Joint Committee (19 Oct 2020)

Rachel Reeves: ...many of these “inland border facilities”, as the Minister likes to call them, have had work started on them, and how many are now completed? Can he list how many of the IT systems needed are on track and whether the crucial goods vehicle movement system has been tested with all haulage businesses? He mentioned business preparedness. What is happening in terms of security and data...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Supply Resolution for the Northern Ireland Main Estimates 2020-21 and Supply Resolution for the Northern Ireland Estimates 2016-17 Statement of Excesses (19 Oct 2020)

Chris Lyttle: .... Instead, due to the COVID crisis, the Executive sought and secured an additional and larger Vote on Account in May. Those changes were necessary, but they make it difficult for Committees to track the financial progress of their respective Departments. The extra-large Vote on Account for Education was deemed necessary to cover a significant number of additional pressures, including the...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Health Services: Coronavirus (19 Oct 2020)

Nadine Dorries: ...impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak, and plan for how to support mental health and wellbeing throughout the ‘recovery’ phase. Public Health England has published an online monitoring tool to track behavioural changes, including alcohol consumption. The findings on alcohol consumption throughout the COVID-19 pandemic are that intake across the population as a whole remained about the same...

Work and Pensions: Supporting People into Work (19 Oct 2020)

Mims Davies: In September 2020, we started the implementation of our new DWP youth offer for all 18 to 24-year-olds making a claim for universal credit who are in the intensive work search group. We are on track in our ambitious plan for young people to open around 100 DWP-led youth hubs nationally, and many are already in place, supporting our young people to progress.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Railways: Coronavirus (19 Oct 2020)

Chris Heaton-Harris: ...measures, including the Covid Corporate Financing Facility, have also been put in place. Government also provided support for more bespoke measures, such as applications for extensions to track access contracts and deferrals of payments to the British Transport Police. We will continue to engage closely with Open Access Operators as they respond to the current situation, including...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Mental Health Services: Internet (19 Oct 2020)

Nadine Dorries: Public Health England and NHS England follow the Information Commissioner’s Office’s guidance whereby website visitors are opted out from being tracked unless they accept the analytics cookie set on the NHS.UK domain which delivers the Better Health-Every Mind Matters website. In the absence of a clear picture from web analytics data, the number of website visits can be estimated based on...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Wildlife: Nature Conservation (19 Oct 2020)

Lord Goldsmith of Richmond Park: ...published policy paper on environmental targets. The Government will also be required to set interim targets that set out the trajectory for progress and help to ensure the Government stays on track to achieve long-term targets. For biodiversity, the objectives under consideration for targets include the populations of species in the wider countryside, alongside the condition of our...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Pupils: Coronavirus (19 Oct 2020)

Baroness Berridge: Keeping close track of suspected or confirmed COVID-19 cases in schools is a priority for the government. Public Health England (PHE) leads in holding data on infection, incidence and COVID-19 cases overall. PHE have published data on COVID-19 incidents by institution, including educational settings. This data can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/national-covid-19...

Work and Pensions: Supporting People into Work (19 Oct 2020)

Mims Davies: In September 2020, we started the implementation of our new DWP youth offer for all 18 to 24-year-olds making a claim for universal credit who are in the intensive work search group. We are on track in our ambitious plan for young people to open around 100 DWP-led youth hubs nationally, and many are already in place, supporting our young people to progress.

Work and Pensions: Supporting People into Work (19 Oct 2020)

Mims Davies: In September 2020, we started the implementation of our new DWP youth offer for all 18 to 24-year-olds making a claim for universal credit who are in the intensive work search group. We are on track in our ambitious plan for young people to open around 100 DWP-led youth hubs nationally, and many are already in place, supporting our young people to progress.

Prisons (Substance Testing) Bill (16 Oct 2020)

Jane Stevenson: ...has fallen into a life of crime and feels that they have little prospect of a decent job or a secure future, a spell in prison can be a reset button or a circuit breaker to get their lives back on track. That is especially important in young offenders institutes. It is important that time in an institution is used constructively, to learn new skills and build the self-confidence that...

Prisons (Substance Testing) Bill (16 Oct 2020)

Jane Stevenson: ...has fallen into a life of crime and feels that they have little prospect of a decent job or a secure future, a spell in prison can be a reset button or a circuit breaker to get their lives back on track. That is especially important in young offenders institutes. It is important that time in an institution is used constructively, to learn new skills and build the self-confidence that...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Mental Health Services: Children and Young People (16 Oct 2020)

Jim Shannon: ...State for Health and Social Care, what progress he has made on implementing the proposals of the Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health Green Paper; and what plans he has to fast-track that implementation in response to the covid-19 outbreak.

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Aircraft Carriers: Deployment (16 Oct 2020)

Jeremy Quin: The NAO report, Carrier Strike - Preparing for Deployment, highlighted progress made and the Department remains on track to achieve a successful Carrier Strike Deployment in 2021.

Written Answers — Treasury: Apprentices: Taxation (16 Oct 2020)

Jesse Norman: The Government does not consider that a deferral of the apprenticeship levy for businesses is necessary. HMRC have an excellent track record in supporting viable businesses with genuine short-term financial difficulties, including through the use of Time to Pay arrangements. HMRC will always work with all taxpayers, including businesses that are liable for Apprenticeship Levy, to find the...

Sudan (15 Oct 2020)

James Duddridge: ...history in Sudan. There is a specific opportunity to help the transitional Government to get back on their feet and a specific opportunity, which will not exist forever, to get the economy back on track. That is why I announced in June that we would support Sudan with £150 million overall, an uplift of what we were doing at the time. As has quite rightly been said, we have had to reduce...

Trade Bill - Committee (6th Day): Amendment 84 (15 Oct 2020)

Baroness Bowles of Berkhamsted: ...that can then be used beyond what might be called their proper limit, or exercised by individuals at relatively junior level without appropriate training. We have seen that before. HMRC also has a track record of being rather heavy-handed on innocent or easy victims—as with the loan charge—and missing the big fish. Against that background, Clause 7 is drawn too wide. Clause 7(1), which...

Trade Bill - Committee (6th Day): Amendment 81 (15 Oct 2020)

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara: ...established, and the engagement with civic society and the wider group of people who are interested and want to support them, is important and will be the sustaining point as we go further down the track. With that, I beg leave to withdraw the amendment. Amendment 81 withdrawn. Amendments 82 to 83A not moved.


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