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Jo Johnson

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Conservative MP, Altrincham and Sale West , 1 May 1997 –

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Former Labour MP, Hartlepool , 30 Sep 2004 – 3 May 2017

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Lord Knight of Weymouth

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Conservative MP, South Holland and The Deepings , 1 May 1997 –

Jacqui Smith

Former Labour MP, Redditch , 1 May 1997 – 12 Apr 2010

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Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (4 Jul 2018)

Impact on financial exclusion of (1) bank branch closures, and (2) moves to restrict the use of cash as a means of payment – Baroness Tyler of Enfield. Oral questions

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Accessibility Challenges: Invisible Disabilities (18 Jun 2018)

Martin Whitfield: ...to stand in Parliament tonight to raise the important matter of the accessibility challenges faced by those in society who have invisible disabilities. The World Health Organisation estimates that 1 billion people across the world carry a disability in some form, which is a telling statistic. We should consider the suggestion in an American survey that nearly 74% of people have...

NHS Long-Term Plan: Acquired Brain Injury (18 Jun 2018)

Sharon Hodgson: ...will have access to a service like Headway Wearside. If the Minister is to take away one thing from this debate, I urge him to recognise the need for services such as Headway Wearside and the other 126 across the country, so that the more than 1 million people living with a brain injury can access the support they need and deserve.

NHS Long-Term Plan: Sewel Convention (18 Jun 2018)

Luke Graham: This issue is relatively simple. The EU referendum was a UK-wide vote, and more than 1 million people in Scotland voted to leave the EU. In 2014, a referendum decided that Scotland should remain a part of the UK; the separatist argument lost by 10 percentage points—a significantly greater margin than in the EU referendum whose business currently preoccupies the House. Respecting the...

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill - Commons Reasons and Amendments (18 Jun 2018)

Moved by Baroness Goldie: That this House do not insist on its Amendment 43, to which the Commons have disagreed for their Reason 43A. 43A: Because it inappropriately restricts the power in Clause 17(1). Motion L agreed.

House of Lords: Abolition — [Mr Charles Walker in the Chair] (18 Jun 2018)

David Linden: ...under your Chairmanship, Mr Walker. I look forward to doing so again on Wednesday next week. I commend the hon. Member for Sutton and Cheam (Paul Scully) for opening the debate, and thank the 116 constituents of the centre of the universe that is Glasgow East who signed the petition. I left huge amounts of space in my notes for summing up the contributions made in the debate. Petitions...

NHS Long-Term Plan (18 Jun 2018)

Jon Ashworth: ...financial squeeze in its history and of privatisation have pushed the NHS to the brink. Is not the announcement of new potential legislation the clearest admission that the Health and Social Care Act 2012 has been a wasteful mess and should never have been introduced in the first place? With waiting lists at 4 million, with winters in our NHS so severe that they were branded a...

Medicinal Cannabis (18 Jun 2018)

Mike Penning: The Minister knows that I was at No. 10 with him and the Prime Minister, Alfie and his family. I cannot see why there should be a difference between the wonderful news that Billy has been given his drugs on clinical advice, and the advice in the cases of Alfie and others. The reason for the difference is that these medications come under schedule 1 of the Misuse of Drugs Regulations 2001....

Private Burial Grounds - Question (18 Jun 2018)

Lord Keen of Elie: My Lords, as regards private burial grounds, the removal of a body from a burial ground would be an offence pursuant to Section 25(1) of the Burial Act 1857, unless there was a statutory consent for such removal.

Housing, Communities and Local Government: High-rise Buildings: Cladding (18 Jun 2018)

James Brokenshire: I firmly recognise the right hon. Gentleman’s point about the urgency of the situation, which is why we have committed an additional £1 million to local authorities to identify the sites. In my time as Secretary of State, we have made an additional commitment of £400 million to the social sector to ensure that we get on with this remediation. I am intent on pursuing that level...

Housing, Communities and Local Government: Adult Social Care (18 Jun 2018)

Liz McInnes: Wow! I am shocked by that response. This year’s precept of 1% raises only 0.8% of our total adult social care budget in the Borough of Rochdale. With nursing home beds being converted into residential beds because of providers’ difficulties in recruiting and retaining nurses, how does the Minister suggest that my local authority provides the nursing home beds that my constituents...

Housing, Communities and Local Government: Property Rental Market (18 Jun 2018)

Emma Hardy: There are 22,000 properties in Hull with a housing, health and social care rating hazard category of 1, the highest hazard rating that there is, and all these properties are in the private rented sector. The cost of repairing and removing these hazards is £23.5 million. Who does the Minister think should pay for that? Does he think it should be councils or private landlords? If he thinks...

Housing, Communities and Local Government: Topical Questions (18 Jun 2018)

John Grogan: ...Secretary of State yet personally had the chance to consider the important matter of Yorkshire devolution, and will he agree to meet the Yorkshire leaders from all parties before Yorkshire Day on 1 August—the Secretary of State personally?

Animal Welfare (Service Animals) Bill: Stage Lighting: Efficiency Regulations (15 Jun 2018)

Sam Gyimah: ...to make informed purchasing decisions through the use of energy labels. The EU measures have been around for several years, and we estimate that those agreed to date will be saving household consumers about £100 on their annual energy bills in 2020, and will be leading to greenhouse gas emissions savings of 8 million tonnes of carbon dioxide. Minimum standards for lighting alone are...

Mental Health Units (Use of Force) Bill: Independent investigation of deaths (15 Jun 2018)

Steve Reed: ..., who have been extremely helpful all the way through. The driving force behind this Bill is something that the coroner said when we held the inquest into the death of Seni Lewis. Seni died in 2010 but we only got the coroner’s verdict in June 2017, while the general election was under way. She said that if things did not change to address the failings that led to Seni’s death,...

Mental Health Units (Use of Force) Bill: Information about use of force (15 Jun 2018)

...person to take whatever steps are reasonably practicable to ensure the patient understands. Amendment 3, page 3, line 33, leave out subsections (9) and (10).—(Jackie Doyle-Price.) Subsections (9)(a) and (10)(a) are superseded by Amendment 1. Subsections (9)(b) and (10)(b) are unnecessary as the information will not be of a nature that would cause distress. Clause 5

Mental Health Units (Use of Force) Bill: Interpretation (15 Jun 2018)

Amendment made: 7, page 8, line 32, leave out “has the meaning given by section 2” and insert “means a person appointed under section 2(1)”.—(Jackie Doyle-Price.) This improves the drafting of the definition of “responsible person. Ordered, That Clause 15 be transferred to the end of line 15 on page 9. —(Jackie Doyle-Price.) Title...

Mental Health Units (Use of Force) Bill (15 Jun 2018)

Consideration of Bill, as amended in the Public Bill Committee New Clause 1

Written Answers — Department for Transport: High Speed 2 Railway Line: Costs (15 Jun 2018)

Dame Cheryl Gillan: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what recent estimate he has made of the cost to the public purse of High Speed Two, Phase 1 at today's prices.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: High Speed 2 Railway Line: Property (15 Jun 2018)

Nusrat Ghani: As at 31 May, 923 properties have been acquired, 553 of which are let. 1 has been sold and the remainder are empty, i.e. either seeking letting or have been transferred to the works contractors for construction.


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