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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Support Measures (8 Oct 2020)

Jo Stevens: ...isolate system, much of the sector would be flourishing right now. We know that, because that is what is happening in other countries—just look at Germany, with its creative industries back on track, and Denmark’s sporting sectors. So that is what is holding us back. In arts and culture, experienced, skilled and talented live performers, and the people who create, produce and make...

No Recourse to Public Funds — [Caroline Nokes in the Chair] (8 Oct 2020)

Stephen Timms: to evaluate the policy. That is, as the Windrush lessons learned review pointed out, a large part of the problem of why the Windrush scandal occurred. Now, we are heading down exactly the same tracks with this. I will make two final points. Among 1.4 million or so people with leave to remain but no recourse to public funds is a large group of overseas students. Many among them were...

Planning and House Building (8 Oct 2020)

Caroline Nokes: My contribution to today’s debate is most certainly not about saying, “No more house building here”—we need more houses—but it is about saying, “Let local councillors who have a track record of delivery carry on delivering.” The Housing Minister and I were first elected in 2010 on a manifesto that committed to no more top-down housing targets, and this algorithm looks...

Iran: UN Arms Embargo - Question (8 Oct 2020)

Viscount Waverley: ...rightly so. Should that become a reality, will the Government call for an urgent gathering in Washington of JCPOA E3 participants—including, perhaps, Iran—to put the whole sorry mess back on track, and take that opportunity to press the importance of Israel recognition, and Saudi and Yemen processes?

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Gender: Equality (8 Oct 2020)

Wendy Morton: Gender equality is a core part of the FCDO's work as a force for good in the world. The UK has a proud track record in a number of areas. For example, the right of every girl around the world to receive 12 years of quality education remains a top priority. The Prime Minister appointed Baroness Sugg as the UK Special Envoy for Girls' Education in March 2020. Between 2015 and 2020, we supported...

Written Answers — Department for Education: National Skills Fund (8 Oct 2020)

Baroness Berridge: ...bootcamps, in 6 areas, to support local regions and employers to fill in-demand vacancies. The bootcamp training courses will provide valuable skills based on employer demand and will offer a fast track to a job interview on completion. The bootcamps will be available in specific local areas for adults aged 19 and above, while we trial the most impactful way to deliver them. Pending the...

Public Health (7 Oct 2020)

Liz Twist: ...and come out of further measures in as healthy an economic state as possible. The first ask was to have a test and trace system locally, run by local authorities. There was a call for a localised track and trace service, because our public health teams, our local NHS and our councils know our area and are best placed to follow through on that action, so it is really important that we...

Covid-19: Financial Implications for Schools — [Stewart Hosie in the Chair] (7 Oct 2020)

Nick Gibb: ...pupils during this very challenging period, and we know that we have the professional knowledge and expertise in our education system to ensure that pupils and students recover and get back on track. To help them do so, we are providing schools with the resources they need to get children back into the classroom safely and protect a generation of pupils from the disruption caused to their...

Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull) Regulations 2020 - Motion to Approve (7 Oct 2020)

Baroness Penn: ...and feedback in this House and from leaders in Birmingham, who made that case strongly, so action was taken. I reassure my noble friend Lord Vaizey that the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham are on track and on budget for delivery in 2022. I completely agree with the noble Lord, Lord Mann, about the morale-boosting prospects of allowing spectators at outdoor sports. I know that DCMS takes...

Pension Schemes Bill [Lords] (7 Oct 2020)

Rob Roberts: ...of the pensions dashboard, which will make it much easier for people to see information about their pensions online. By having all their savings in one place, people will be more likely to keep track of them and engage with their pension pot, allowing individuals to understand their pension savings and make better choices along the way. I remain cautious, however, because a little...

Health Protection (Coronavirus, Collection of Contact Details etc and Related Requirements) Regulations 2020 - Motion to Approve (7 Oct 2020)

Baroness Uddin: ..., as someone who is getting to be comfortable with these things, that is impressive. However, what evidence is available to the Government on the use of these apps and compliance with the test and track requirements? Are they being taken up by those in vulnerable communities where infection rates are the highest? Does the noble Lord accept that the messaging has some way to go to reach...

Areas with Additional Public Health Restrictions: Economic Support - Commons Urgent Question (7 Oct 2020)

Baroness Penn: ...the situation in the local area and, wherever possible, are made in agreement with local leaders. We are working each week to increase the capacity of our testing system so that it can support track and trace. Those areas affected by local lockdowns can access more money to support those who may need to self-isolate or businesses that need to close, and more money to support local test and...

Points of Order (7 Oct 2020)

Sarah Owen: on the number of people who are trying to get tested in Luton North; for the Health Secretary to give evidence for the 10 pm pub curfew; about targets for this year’s flu jabs; and about the track and trace app. These questions were all asked in good faith and I know that my constituents are keen to know the answers to them. It is our job as Members of Parliament to hold the...

Food Hygiene Rating Displays - Question (7 Oct 2020)

Baroness McIntosh of Pickering: ...officers. They are at the front line of keeping us all safe from food poisoning and food fraud. But does my noble friend share my concern that, while some individual councils have an excellent track record of testing, others do hardly any at all? Is he concerned at the lack of resources that cash-strapped councils might face at this time to prevent food fraud occurring?

Rule of Law (7 Oct 2020)

Neale Hanvey: ..., state bodies have awarded at least 177 contracts worth £1.1 billion to commercial firms. Of those contracts, 115— with a total value of more than £1 billion—were awarded under the fast-track rules, bypassing competitive tenders. Of course, that is nothing new from the UK Government. Last year, when the right hon. Member for Epsom and Ewell (Chris Grayling) handed a £13.8...

China: Labour Programme in Tibet — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] (7 Oct 2020)

Nigel Adams: ...out for two weeks. We are also working with other experts on Tibet and our international partners, so that we can get a clear and thorough understanding of the situation. As is evident from our track record, we pay very close attention to the human rights situation not only in Tibet but right across China. We have called on the Chinese authorities to lift the severe and unjustified...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Contact Tracing: Computer Software (7 Oct 2020)

Emma Hardy: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, whether covid-19 test results from testing facilities being set up and run by universities can be entered on the Government track and trace app.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Screening: Havering (7 Oct 2020)

Edward Argar: ...phlebotomy services in community settings and work is underway to reduce waiting times for patients who require non-urgent blood tests. We have also introduced online booking, implemented fast track priority booking system, introduced specialised phlebotomy general practitioner services and developed a new communication strategy for local residents.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Ethiopia: Violence (7 Oct 2020)

James Duddridge: support Ethiopia's electoral process, support engagement with citizens and support civil society organisations so that they can play an increasing role in monitoring human rights. We will track the situation, raise our concerns at the deaths of civilians and raise the importance of respect for human rights in meetings with the Government of Ethiopia and regional leaders.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Ethiopia: Politics and Government (7 Oct 2020)

James Duddridge: ...over £15 million of funding towards election preparations. We also support civil society organisations in Ethiopia so that they can play an increasing role in monitoring human rights. We will track the situation, raise our concerns at the deaths of civilians, and raise the importance of respect for human rights in meetings with the Government of Ethiopia and regional leaders.

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