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Students’ Return to Universities (29 Sep 2020)

Lucy Powell: ...over the summer and no foresight, even though it was obvious that halls of residence would be the main area of risk; confused messages that even the Secretary of State’s own Ministers cannot keep track of, let alone 18-year-olds arriving in our city from different parts of the country; and a woeful lack of quick testing, which could have helped us to avoid this situation. When will his...

Hong Kong: Political Situation - Question (29 Sep 2020)

Lord McKenzie of Luton: law by China has rightly been described as a watershed moment for human rights and academic and press freedoms. One part of the Government’s response that we have heard about is the fast-track UK citizenship proposal, but I ask the Minister to say more about how this pathway is to be implemented, how many he expects to tread this route and whether there will be a transparent...

Covid-19: Child Trafficking - Question (29 Sep 2020)

Baroness Coussins: My Lords, access to EU police databases and co-operation with multilingual officers has been crucial in helping to track and prevent transnational crime, such as child trafficking. What assessment has been made of how the pandemic could compound the impact of our leaving the EU on access to these resources and personnel?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statement: COVID-19: Restrictions on the Hospitality Industry (29 Sep 2020)

Martina Anderson: a single epidemiological unit, particularly for animal health, but I want to talk about human health. The Public Health Agency (PHA) has said that there is a cross-border protocol in place for tracking. As you know, the rate in Derry, Strabane and Donegal is alarming, yet doctors have said that they do not know about the protocol and are not using it. Are the Executive planning to...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy: Buildings and Housing (29 Sep 2020)

Kwasi Kwarteng: ...also planning to publish a Heat and Buildings Strategy in due course, which will set out the immediate actions we will take for reducing emissions from all homes and buildings and set buildings on track for net zero.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Climate Change (29 Sep 2020)

Amanda Solloway: ...growth. This year, the government has set out over £5 billion for our low-carbon economy. We will be bringing forward sectoral decarbonisation plans, including an Energy White Paper, to stay on track as we lead global climate action through our COP26 and G7 Presidencies.

Written Answers — Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government: Question (29 Sep 2020)

Christopher Pincher: ...contribution that the energy efficiency of buildings has to make in meeting it. We must ensure that the energy efficiency standards we set through the Building Regulations for new homes put us on track to meet the 2050 target. A full response to the Future Homes Standard consultation will be published in the autumn, and we intend to review the roadmap to ensure that implementation of the...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Performing Arts: Social Distancing (29 Sep 2020)

Caroline Dinenage: ...will need to ensure that groups are kept separate from one another to ensure they do not mix and do not exceed the new legal limits. They will also need to adhere to new legal requirements around track and trace.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Coronavirus (29 Sep 2020)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: ...a minimum distance between beds of at least 2 metres. This will be complemented by a range of additional safety measures including increased cleaning of surfaces, availability of hand sanitisers, a track and trace system and extensive communications with residents around covid-19 control measures.

Scottish Parliament: Social Security Administration and Tribunal Membership (Scotland) Bill (29 Sep 2020)

Rachael Hamilton: ...claimants deserve dignity and respect. Section 7 of the bill, on terminal illness, will enable a wider range of healthcare professionals to certify that a person is terminally ill, in order to fast-track a claim for Scottish disability benefits. Under the 2018 act, whether someone is terminally ill is a matter for the clinical judgment of a registered medical practitioner based on guidance...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Budget repurposing: Budget repurposing (29 Sep 2020)

Sadiq Khan: ...we prudently built up before the pandemic hit. However, the Government has a clear choice: invest in London’s economic recovery to avoid cuts and to help families and communities get back on track, or introduce a new era of austerity that will choke our growth and hit our vital public services, including the public, at the worst possible time.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Public health after Public Health England: Public health after Public Health England (29 Sep 2020)

Sadiq Khan: ...Baroness Harding, Chair of the new National Institute for Health Protection. I am seeking urgent clarity on how support for health improvement in London will continue. I am proud of the strong track record of close working between City Hall and PHE from our shared determination to tackle London’s health inequalities to our work on School Superzones, mental health, child obesity and...

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Support for Businesses: Covid-19 (29 Sep 2020)

Craig Williams: I thank the Secretary of State for that answer and for the support to date. When we emerge from the current crisis, we must build back in an environmentally sustainable way and ensure that we are on track to meet our net zero target. What is he doing to deliver carbon capture and storage across the UK, to ensure that manufacturing and agricultural businesses have certainty, with net zero in mind?

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Support for Manufacturing (29 Sep 2020)

Amanda Solloway: The hon. Lady will know that the Government are absolutely committed to making sure that businesses are the future of the economy and that we need to get the economy back on track. We have invested billions of pounds making sure that we have all the schemes in place that will enable this economy to thrive.

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Businesses and Covid-19 (29 Sep 2020)

Lucy Powell: ...—businesses that were very much viable and will be so again when the restrictions are lifted. They have taken the loans. They will not qualify for the job support scheme. They were promised that track and trace would allow them to reopen, yet the Government have now turned their back on them. The Conservatives are no longer the party of business. As a very small measure, will the...

Fracking: Rother Valley (28 Sep 2020)

Alexander Stafford: ...potential. Fracking sites are hives of industrial activity and, as such, the traffic movement associated with fracking will peak at up to 60 HGV movements per day. This is unthinkable on narrow track lanes around Harthill and Woodsetts, which are frequented by dog walkers, ramblers, horse riders and cyclists. In some parts of the lanes they are approximately only 3 metres wide. These rural...

Covid-19 (28 Sep 2020)

Ben Spencer: ...continues. The community response to support the NHS has been incredible. The lockdown gave us time to learn, to research, to understand the virus better and to find possible treatments, to set up track and trace and the covid app and to pivot the NHS. We also started from scratch a monumental testing service. Yes, there have been challenges and setbacks, but we are coming through them. I...

Coronavirus Act 2020: Temporary Provisions - Motion to Take Note (28 Sep 2020)

Lord Vaizey of Didcot: ...and can live with, as the noble Viscount, Lord Astor, pointed out, in relation to cancer treatment and the impact on our economy. My second screamingly obvious point is about getting test, track and trace right. On Friday, my wife managed to find a test for herself and our children. It worked brilliantly; she got a test and had the results back in 28 hours. The Minister has the public on...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Helen's Law: Introduction of Equivalent Legislation (28 Sep 2020)

Jemma Dolan: ...and the identity of the child is unknown, it is continued abuse, which may continue to have a serious and long-lasting impact on the child, including in later life. Everything must be done to track down the victims of these crimes to ensure that appropriate support can be provided to them, and also to ensure that the abuse is not continuing. Innocent families who are suffering immensely...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Children with Hearing Difficulties and Deafness (28 Sep 2020)

Sinéad Bradley: ...lonely place. They may not know or fully understand that they have a hearing impairment. Their family, parents or caregivers will be in deep distress until they can put their child on the right track to find the tools to equip them to deal with their deafness or hearing loss. When that confidence is knocked, it can present in the classroom or formal caregiving setting as a child who...

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