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Gavin Barwell: ...alongside existing housing types from early 2017. We have also included provisions in the Housing and Planning Act 2016 for local planning authorities to report on starter homes delivery in their area and make this publicly available. This could be combined with their existing requirement to report on delivery of affordable housing through their Authority Monitoring Report. We have...
Gavin Barwell: The department publishes statistics on affordable housing supply in each English local authority area in Live Table 1008, which is available to download from https://www.gov.uk/government/statistical-data-sets/live-tab les-on-affordable-housing-supply
Stuart Andrew: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, how many adults were newly diagnosed with HIV in (a) England, (b) each parliamentary constituency and (c) each local authority area in the most recent year for which figures are available.
Lord Prior of Brampton: ...further advised that the research published in Nature is consistent with that guidance. The HFEA will continue to advise clinics to keep themselves up to date with the scientific research in this area.
Kate Green: ...Secretary of State for Justice, how many men supervised by community rehabilitation companies (CRC) following a prison sentence of less than 12 months have been recalled to prison in each (a) CRC area and (b) month since February 2015.
Derek Twigg: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, how many full-time equivalent GPs were employed in Halton Clinical Commissioning Group area in each year since 2012.
Lord Turnberg: To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether NHS England will seek advice from specialist gastrointestinal disease societies following the removal of the role of National Clinical Director for that area.
Paula Sherriff: I thank the Minister for his constructive tone in responding to the debate. Does he acknowledge that the significant increase in the tendencies is partly down to a crisis in primary care in the area? That sector is struggling to attract GPs and practice nurses, and people are therefore sometimes attending A&E inappropriately, instead of being seen in primary care.
Michael Ellis: ...(Steven Paterson) spoke about quarrying on Gillies hill. I wish him well with his lobbying on that. It is a devolved matter, but he will no doubt get the requisite attention from the local authority. The wooded area he described sounds very pleasant indeed. I thank my hon. Friend the Member for Stafford (Jeremy Lefroy) for welcoming the military regiments he spoke of which have come to...
Catherine West: .... I look forward to the Minister clarifying his position on that. I was also pleased to hear my hon. Friend the Member for Llanelli speaking in support of universities in Wales. We know what a crucial area of the economy education is as an export for Wales. There is a question mark over the position of EU nationals throughout Wales, be they teachers, students or in the workforce, where...
Therese Coffey: ...that the new code has been designed and owned by the sector, rather than Government—although we have, of course, brought people to this place and had conversations. By showing leadership in this area, the sector will undoubtedly have more success in promoting good practice with their members and changing behaviour than the Government could achieve on their own. I cannot announce...
David Amess: Will my right hon. Friend find time for a debate on the distribution of funds by local enterprise partnerships? The LEP in our area had Southend as No. 4 on its list and we have dropped off the radar dramatically. Something needs to be looked at there.
Robert Buckland: The hon. Gentleman is right to reiterate that community engagement and community involvement will be key in making more progress on this area. I am glad to see that, certainly in England, the Department for Education has £2.25 million of funding to invest in awareness and education about this issue, and I think that will also have a beneficial effect.
Jeremy Wright: ...is not just about money; it is also about the tools that the Serious Fraud Office and other investigators and prosecutors have at their disposal. That is one of the reasons why it is always worth keeping this area under review, which is what we are doing.
Maria Miller: ...also be looking at online hate crime, from which people often suffer the most? Does she believe, as I do, that platforms and social media outlets should do more to standardise reporting in this area and, frankly, to take more action against the perpetrators?
Justine Greening: This area is a real success story—we have more women on boards than ever before—but we know that we have got more to do. I fully endorse the business-led target of 33% of women on FTSE 350 boards by 2020. To achieve that, we have established the new independent Hampton Alexander review, which will have a particular focus on improving gender representation in the all-important...
Rupa Huq: ...on 2010, apparently? In this climate of post-Brexit racism and employment tribunal fee charges, it is needed more than ever, yet it is operating on less than the old Disability Rights Commission, which area comprises only one part of its multiple good works.
Rosie Cooper: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, whether the NHS requires organisations bidding for out of area contracts to have been inspected and rated by the Care Quality Commission before bidding.
Virendra Sharma: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what proportion of ambulance call-outs were for minor ailments in each (a) former strategic health authority area and (b) clinical commissioning group in each year since 2006.
David Mowat: ...framework which supersedes the assurance process. The new system is aligned to delivery of the Five Year Forward View, NHS Planning Guidance and Sustainability and Transformation Plans for each area.