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National Security Bill - Order of Consideration Motion (6 Dec 2022)

...26 to 37, Schedule 7, Clauses 38 to 41, Schedule 8, Clauses 42 to 49 Schedule 9, Clauses 50 to 52, Schedule 10, Clauses 53 to 56, Schedule 11, Clause 57, Schedule 12, Clauses 58 to 63, Schedule 13, Clauses 64 to 71, Schedule 14, Clause 72 to 86, Schedule 15, Clauses 87 to 90, Schedule 16, Clauses 91 to 98, Title. Motion agreed.

Government PPE Contracts (6 Dec 2022)

Fleur Anderson: ...money is not spent wrongly. I will tell the House about two types of company. The first is Arco, and Members have talked about others. Arco is a Hull-based market leader in PPE production. It has 135 years’ experience, works with 110,000 customers and holds key framework agreements, including with NHS Supply Chain. It is very experienced in providing expert advice and appropriate and...

National Security Bill - Second Reading (6 Dec 2022)

Lord Carlile of Berriew: ...acts of a member of the UK intelligence community which would otherwise be an offence under the Serious Crime Act are necessary to fulfil statutory functions. It is similar in wording to Section 13(2) of the Bribery Act. That could include a new document which would bear close similarity to the July 2019 document entitled The Principles relating to the Detention and Interviewing of...

NHS Workforce (6 Dec 2022)

Victoria Atkins: ...will quite add up. Interestingly, it was a Conservative Government who reformed non-dom laws to end the ability to claim this status permanently, and I note that the non-dom status survived during 13 years of Labour government. In any event, the Chancellor said very frankly in evidence to the Treasury Committee last week that he has asked officials to look at it. We have the workforce...

NHS Workforce (6 Dec 2022)

Holly Lynch: ...fell to its lowest ever level in October. The report shows that, across the month, 169,000 hours of ambulance crew time were lost due to delays. That meant that paramedics could not answer over 135,000 calls for help. That number represented 23% of ambulance services’ total potential capacity to respond to 999 calls. All three of these metrics are the worst in the NHS’s history. Staff...

Prison Capacity - Statement (6 Dec 2022)

Lord Ponsonby of Shulbrede: ...recognise that one solution to the crisis is for probation to be properly resourced and for workloads to be reduced? Does he agree that probation can take the pressure off prisons? There has been a 13% rise in licence recalls in the last year. This should have indicated to the Government that prison places were not sufficient to meet the current demand. The Prison Governors Association has...

Draft Mental Health Bill - Motion to Agree (6 Dec 2022)

Lord True: Moved by Lord True That, notwithstanding the resolution of this House of 4 July, it be an instruction to the Joint Committee on the draft Mental Health Bill that it should report by 13 January 2023 instead of 16 December 2022. Motion agreed.

Sustainable Energy Generation: Burning Trees — [James Gray in the Chair] (6 Dec 2022)

Sammy Wilson: ...why we did not see their environmental impact. I know it is not the subject of our debate today, but if we look at the environmental damage done, for example, to provide windmills in Scotland, some 13 million trees have been torn down already to provide the sites and peatlands have been dug up and huge concrete bases and roads have been put in those upland areas, destroying many of the...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Social Security Benefits: Uprating (6 Dec 2022)

Guy Opperman: ...is a carefully managed process across all the Department’s IT systems to ensure around 400 new rates are implemented on time and correctly for approximately 20 million recipients, of whom 13 million are pensioners. The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions is required by law to undertake an annual review of State pensions and benefits. CPI has been the default inflation measure for...

Health and Social Care: New Hospitals Programme: King’s Lynn (6 Dec 2022)

Steve Barclay: I had the question down as No.13, but given who is asking the question I can guess that it is related to the build of the King’s Lynn hospital. I visited the site and looked at the scheme over the summer. I made it clear in a speech that I gave to NHS Providers that addressing the concerns of the RAAC—the rebar autoclaved aerated concrete——hospitals is my No. 1 priority. Obviously, I...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Farms: Tenants (6 Dec 2022)

Daniel Zeichner: ...hold discussions with the Chancellor of the Exchequer on taking steps to implement the recommendations on taxation in the report by the Tenancy Working Group entitled The Rock Review, published on 13 October 2022.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Public Duty Costs Allowance (6 Dec 2022)

Baroness Neville-Rolfe: ...Duty Costs Allowance (PDCA) going back to 1991 when the allowance was established. The table above provides information from 2009/10 collated from government data. From the financial year 2013/14, the annual amount of PDCA claimed by each former Prime Minister has been included in the Cabinet Office Annual Reports and Accounts which is published on GOV.UK. The years that have been...

Draft Mental Health Bill (Joint Committee): Instruction (5 Dec 2022)

Ordered, That, notwithstanding the Resolution of this House of 11 July, it be an instruction to the Joint Committee on the Draft Mental Health Bill that it should report by 13 January 2023.—(Penny Mordaunt.)

Draft Mental Health Bill (Joint Committee): Instruction (5 Dec 2022)

Ordered, That, notwithstanding the Resolution of this House of 11 July, it be an instruction to the Joint Committee on the Draft Mental Health Bill that it should report by 13 January 2023.—(Penny Mordaunt.)

Consideration following re-committal and Third Reading (5 Dec 2022)

Michelle Donelan: ...harmful content, including pornography, violent content and so on. However, they will also face new duties on age limits. No longer will social media companies be able to claim to ban users under 13 while quietly turning a blind eye to the estimated 1.6 million children who use their sites under age. They will also need to publish summaries of their risk assessments relating to illegal...

Consideration following re-committal and Third Reading (5 Dec 2022)

Michelle Donelan: ...harmful content, including pornography, violent content and so on. However, they will also face new duties on age limits. No longer will social media companies be able to claim to ban users under 13 while quietly turning a blind eye to the estimated 1.6 million children who use their sites under age. They will also need to publish summaries of their risk assessments relating to illegal...

Online Safety Bill: New Schedule 3 - Video-sharing platform services: transitional provision etc (5 Dec 2022)

...on some later date within the transitional period. (2) Part 4B of the Communications Act does not start applying again in relation to the service on the date mentioned in sub-paragraph (1)(b). 13 Paragraphs 11 and 12 apply regardless of whether, or when, a provider of a service has notified the appropriate regulatory authority in accordance with section 368V of the Communications Act. Part...

Online Safety Bill: Schedule 13 - Penalties imposed By OFCOM under Chapter 6 of Part 7 (5 Dec 2022)

Schedule 13 - Penalties imposed By OFCOM under Chapter 6 of Part 7

Online Safety Bill: New Schedule 3 - Video-sharing platform services: transitional provision etc (5 Dec 2022)

...on some later date within the transitional period. (2) Part 4B of the Communications Act does not start applying again in relation to the service on the date mentioned in sub-paragraph (1)(b). 13 Paragraphs 11 and 12 apply regardless of whether, or when, a provider of a service has notified the appropriate regulatory authority in accordance with section 368V of the Communications Act. Part...

Online Safety Bill: Schedule 13 - Penalties imposed By OFCOM under Chapter 6 of Part 7 (5 Dec 2022)

Schedule 13 - Penalties imposed By OFCOM under Chapter 6 of Part 7


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