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Leaving the EU: Infrastructure in Wales — [Robert Flello in the Chair] (17 Jan 2017)

Stephen Doughty: ...-European infrastructure projects based in the academic sector. The issue is not just what that valuable research and co-operation can engender in terms of knowledge and understanding of crucial issues, but the link to products and the frontline economy. Many businesses in my community, particularly in some of the business parks, have strong links with the high tech and biotech industries...

Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust — [Mr Gary Streeter in the Chair] (17 Jan 2017)

Philip Dunne: ...to work will be replicated across the whole hospital. That approach turns on its head the idea that people in senior management positions always know what is best for patients on a ward, and instead recognises that frontline staff have expertise in spades and supports them. It will help to develop the culture change that was called for in particular by the hon. Member for Oldham West and...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Electoral Register: Students (16 Jan 2017)

Lord Young of Cookham: ...and Electoral Registration Officers. Furthermore, smaller institutions would be less able to absorb the costs associated with implementing such a system, risking the withdrawal of money from the frontline, such as providing the most up-to-date ICT equipment. For these reasons – amongst others – we believe it is right that each institution and local authority is able to choose...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Business of the House (12 Jan 2017)

David Lidington: ...Transport are actively involved in the negotiations about the response to this, and I encourage my hon. Friend to make his representations in particular to Transport Ministers, who will be in the frontline of trying to make sure that judgment is implemented in a way that causes as few difficulties as possible for the users of those vehicles.

NHS and Social Care Funding (11 Jan 2017)

Barbara Keeley: ...and social care to be included in the Budget in March, so that we avoid this sort of crisis in future. Staff in emergency departments are at the sharp end of saving lives. Many other NHS staff save lives, too, but A&E staff are so directly on the frontline. Whether they are working in people’s homes or in care or nursing homes, care staff make a huge difference to the lives of...

Pharmacies and Integrated Healthcare: England — [Mr Adrian Bailey in the Chair] (11 Jan 2017)

David Mowat: ...funding model encourages clusters to develop. I note that the establishment payment in Scotland is 1,700 per annum—I think I heard that right—while ours is 25,000, which has encouraged clustering, so that NHS money is not being spent on frontline services. It is worth reminding the House that none of the efficiency changes that we announced before Christmas...

Public Bill Committee: Homelessness Reduction Bill: Codes of practice (11 Jan 2017)

Karen Buck: ...shopping in local authorities they found extraordinary variation in practice. We know there is very good practice and that local authorities are working under extraordinary stress, with staff on the frontline invariably seeking to do their best. At the same time, under the sheer scale of housing pressure, especially in high needs areas, hon. Members will know from their own experience with...

Public Bill Committee: Homelessness Reduction Bill: Duty of public authority to refer cases to local housing authority (11 Jan 2017)

Helen Hayes: ...serve under your chairmanship again, Mr Chope. May I extend my best wishes to you and to the rest of the Committee for 2017? I welcome the clause and the duty that it places on anyone working at the frontline in the public sector to take account of the risk of homelessness and to behave responsibly in order that people who are at risk of homelessness can get access to the support that they...

Policing and Crime Bill: Inquiry into complaints alleging corrupt relationships between police and newspaper organisations (10 Jan 2017)

Jess Phillips: ...before us —particularly on stalking—represent real legislative progress, but that will mean absolutely nothing if, in practice, the legislation is not realised. As somebody who has worked on the frontline, I am afraid to say that so often we make brilliant rules in this place—beautiful, fancy written rules, still on all the fancy goatskins—and it means absolutely...

Stormont House Agreement: Implementation (10 Jan 2017)

Jeffrey M. Donaldson: ...and searched. The veterans, sometimes just out of bed, are marched off to a police station, subjected to cross-examination and interrogation about crimes that occurred sometimes 20 or 30 years ago. Those are the men and women who served our country, who put themselves on the frontline and who were prepared to go out and face the terrorists; today, they are waiting again for the knock at...

Public Bill Committee: Children and Social Work Bill [Lords]: Power to test different ways of working (10 Jan 2017)

Edward Timpson: ...as something that is intended to take away support from children or even enable privatisation is to misrepresent our ambition and undermine the integrity and professionalism of staff who work with children on the frontline. The new clauses being debated by the Committee today are significantly different from those debated in the other place, and I hope the Committee recognises that the...

Public Bill Committee: Children and Social Work Bill [Lords]: Improvement standards (10 Jan 2017)

Edward Timpson: ...children and families, Isabelle Trowler, has published three statements on the knowledge and skills needed to operate at three levels of practice for child and family social workers. That includes frontline practice, supervisory roles and practice leaders. One of the Department’s priorities is supporting the workforce in consistently meeting these aspirations. The knowledge and...

HMRC Estate (10 Jan 2017)

Jane Ellison: ...put in place to help them either make the choice about moving or move to other jobs. I have had the chance to speak not just to managers managing this programme, but people affected by it on the frontline, when some of them attended an event in London a few months ago. The HMRC human resources department is working closely with the DWP because there are some opportunities for people to...

Public Bill Committee: Children and Social Work Bill [Lords]: Power to test different ways of working (10 Jan 2017)

Simon Hoare: ...if the hon. Lady looks at local government she will see shared services and joint chief executives and joint directors of this, that and the other, and councils coming together in order to safeguard frontline services, often across geographical boundaries. I was a councillor in Oxfordshire, where we hooked up with three councils in Gloucestershire to do all sorts of things. The order of...

Children’s Wellbeing and Mental Health: Schools — [Mr David Nuttall in the Chair] (10 Jan 2017)

Barbara Keeley: ...ambassadors for peer support. We are doing a review of transitions from primary to secondary school. We have developed an emotional health directory of services for children and young people, which sets out the services available and resources on websites. We are establishing a rapid response advice line for frontline professionals in schools to give them advice and guidance in times of...

Mental Health and NHS Performance (9 Jan 2017)

Jeremy Hunt: ...not the Conservatives who said that funding the five-year forward view was impossible—it was his party. Labour said that the cheque would bounce. Well, it has not bounced, and we are putting in that money. In conclusion, it is tough on the NHS frontline. The hon. Gentleman was right to raise this issue in this House, but wrong to raise it in the way that he did. Under this...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Hindley Prison (23 Dec 2016)

Lord Keen of Elie: ...in Spring 2017 on the Inspectorate’s web site. As set out in the Prison Safety and Reform White Paper, this Government will be investing over 100 million to recruit an additional 2,500 frontline staff across the prison estate by the end of 2018. This phased approach is to ensure officers are successfully inducted and can learn from experienced officers. From April 2017, we are...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons: Drugs (22 Dec 2016)

Lord Keen of Elie: ...levels of safety in prisons. The Justice Secretary has been clear that levels of violence in prisons are unacceptable and has announced a major overhaul of the prison system including 2,500 extra frontline prison officers. These extra officers and new safety measures will help us crack down on the toxic cocktail of drugs, drones and mobile phones that are in our prisons. Our measures will...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prison Service (22 Dec 2016)

Lord Henley: ...in the table below. We are committed to transforming prisons into places of safety and reform, and we have announced a major overhaul of the prison system including the recruitment of 2,500 extra frontline officers. As an immediate action we have already invested 14 million to provide more than 400 extra staff in ten of the most challenging prisons. We are also introducing a...

Universal Credit - Question for Short Debate (21 Dec 2016)

Baroness Jenkin of Kennington: ..., with other noble Lords, including the noble Lord, Lord Kirkwood, accompanied by my noble friend Lord Freud for a briefing on universal credit and to see the new system for ourselves. We spoke with frontline UC advisers, most of whom had previously been jobseeker’s allowance advisers, to find out more about their experiences of the new system. We were all impressed by what we saw...


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