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Written Answers — Department for Transport: Railways: Electrification (1 Oct 2020)

Chris Heaton-Harris: 9569 Single Track Miles of Great Britain’s railway network is currently unelectrified.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Train Operating Companies: Coronavirus (1 Oct 2020)

Chris Heaton-Harris: ...that Government has made available across the economy, including the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. Government has supported applications by Hull Trains and Grand Central for extensions to their track access contracts, in order to allow them to seek more favourable terms from lenders and suppliers. The British Transport Police Authority has allowed Hull Trains and Grand Central to defer...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Emergency Recovery Measures Agreements (1 Oct 2020)

Chris Heaton-Harris: ...Government has made available across the economy, including the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. 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. The independent regulatory system, overseen by the Office of Rail and Road, ensures fair treatment for all...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Contact Tracing (1 Oct 2020)

Grahame Morris: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, whether he made an assessment of the potential merits of awarding covid-19 test, track and trace contracts to local authorities before he awarded them to private sector companies.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Influenza: Vaccination (1 Oct 2020)

Kate Osamor: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, whether the timetables for the (a) manufacture and (b) delivery of the Winter 2020-21 influenza vaccine remain on track.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Courts: Coronavirus (1 Oct 2020)

Alex Chalk: ...and respond to victim related issues that might arise. In response to COVID-19, HMCTS has also accelerated the rollout of the Section 28 (pre-recorded cross examination) service and is now on track to complete national roll out of this service to all Crown Courts by the end of November.

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: Overseas Students (1 Oct 2020)

Kevin Foster: ...assessed part of the course and must account for less than 33 percent of the total length of the course (or 50 percent if the student is undertaking a course at a Higher Education Provider with a track record of compliance). Students undertaking study at an Overseas Higher Education Institution can come to the UK on a Student visa to undertake a short-term study abroad programme as part of...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Pupils: Coronavirus (1 Oct 2020)

Nick Gibb: 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...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Education: Disadvantaged (1 Oct 2020)

Nick Gibb: ..., the Department has been clear that no child should fall behind as a result of COVID-19. Now children are back in school, teachers are assessing what support their pupils need to get back on track, and head teachers have the flexibility to spend their allocation from our £1 billion COVID-19 catch up fund in the way they decide is best for their pupils, using approaches that are known to...

Cabinet Office: Government Contracts: Covid-19 (1 Oct 2020)

Ruth Cadbury: Track and trace services, when led by experienced public health teams, have been more effective, and at lower cost, than the outsourced system in NHS England. In Wales, the contact rate for track and trace is over 90%, whereas in England, it hovers at a little over 70%. When will the Government recognise the importance of value for money and redirect their multimillion-pound procurement...

Cabinet Office: Topical Questions (1 Oct 2020)

Michael Gove: ...we have without the involvement of the private sector, and it is central Government, local government and the private sector working effectively together that ensures that we can both test, and track and trace, in the way that is best guaranteed to keep our respective constituents safe. So we look at the evidence, but we also ensure that we do everything we can to have the innovation of...

Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill - Report (1st Day): Amendment 14 (30 Sep 2020)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: ...in local authority care need secure status just as much as any other EU citizen needs secure status. On that, we are absolutely as one, I think. However, the amendment does not provide for the fast-tracking of children through the EU settlement scheme because subsection (1) of the proposed new clause says that a relevant child “is deemed”— that is the word used; we assume that it is...

Coronavirus Act 2020 (Review of Temporary Provisions) (30 Sep 2020)

Clive Efford: ...as they go along. They make snap announcements; then they need not worry about the implications because they can make another announcement and move on, and tomorrow’s headlines will cover their tracks. It is small wonder the Prime Minister does not know whether he can come and go, with how many people, or whether it is indoors or outdoors. But one “gotcha” moment for the Prime...

Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill - Report (1st Day): Amendment 1 (30 Sep 2020)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: ...of the bilateral relationship with the country concerned. These will vary globally, but often include security, compliance, returns and prosperity. On his point about restoring the detained fast-track system for some asylum claims, unfortunately this process had to be suspended following a finding by the courts that the fast-track procedure rules were unlawful. However, we continue to...

Covid-19: Tracking - Question (30 Sep 2020)

Covid-19: Tracking - Question

Prime Minister: Engagements (30 Sep 2020)

Debbie Abrahams: ...in Oldham, will the Prime Minister tell my constituents what he thinks his biggest mistake has been to date? Is it locking down too late, or lifting the lockdown without a fully operational test, track and isolate system? Is it the billions wasted in backroom deals with the private sector on personal protective equipment that does not fit, on test and trace that does not work, and more? Or...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Contact Tracing (30 Sep 2020)

Rachel Reeves: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, who the Senior Responsible Owner is for the NHS Track and Trace programme.

Written Answers — Treasury: Life Sciences (30 Sep 2020)

Kemi Badenoch: ...and ensure the UK remains a world-leader in life sciences innovation. The Budget promised that the Life Sciences Investment Programme would launch within a year, and the Government remains on track to honour that commitment. The programme will support large-scale venture growth funds investing in the life sciences, and is an important step in making the UK the best place for businesses...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill: New Clause 4 - Objectives and general functions (29 Sep 2020)

Alan Brown: ...-up money when it is not. It is a con trick. The first sentence of clause 46 includes the provision: “A Minister of the Crown may….provide financial assistance to any person”. Given the Tory track record—as we have heard, they have awarded a ferry contract to a company with no ferries, awarded PPE contracts to their cronies and outsourced the track and trace scheme, for...

Air Quality (Domestic Solid Fuels Standards) (England) Regulations 2020 - Motion to Approve (29 Sep 2020)

Lord Mann: ...sign on the dotted line, while others will openly embrace it. When it came to solar panels, I found that nothing was easier. If it went on the green arguments, we might get into something of a side-tracked debate but if we went into the economic arguments, it was very straightforward: “We’ll stick them on your roof and you’ll get some free energy. How much, we don’t know.” I...


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