Labour MP for Ashton-under-Lyne (8 May 2015 – current)
Angela Rayner: There are now 11 million people living in the private rented sector, and many of them want more stability and security. Will the Secretary of State explain why there was no mention of private renters in the Queen’s Speech and no proposals to improve private renting?
Angela Rayner: The Government recently boasted of being the workers’ party, which many of my constituents find absolutely laughable. If they really are the workers’ party, why are they planning to punish hard-working, low-income families with a £5 billion cut to child tax credits? When can we have an urgent debate on these proposals?
Rebecca Long-Bailey: Thank you for that guidance, Ms Dorries. Does my hon. Friend the Member for Ashton-under-Lyne (Angela Rayner) agree that we need a fairer funding settlement for the whole of Greater Manchester, based on the real needs of localities?
Angela Rayner: On a point of order, Mr Speaker.
Angela Rayner: What progress the Government have made on achieving parity of esteem for physical and mental health services.
Angela Rayner: What discussions she has had with the Secretary of State for Justice on reviewing the eligibility test that victims of domestic violence must pass to obtain legal aid.
Angela Rayner: rose—
Angela Rayner: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what his Department's policy is on inspections by the Care Quality Commission of local authorities' commissioning of care services.
That Bob Blackman, Jo Cox, Helen Hayes, Kevin Hollinrake, Julian Knight, David Mackintosh, Mr Mark Prisk, Angela Rayner, Mary Robinson and Alison Thewliss be members of the Communities and Local Government Committee.
Angela Rayner: rose—
Angela Rayner: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, on how many occasions since the 2015 General Election an hon. Member has not been notified of an official visit to their constituency made by (a) him and (b) a Minister in his Department.
Angela Rayner: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what changes have been made to the NHS Constitution in each of the last three years.
Angela Rayner: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, whether doctors will be able to make applications for cancer drugs for their patients from the Cancer Drugs Fund after May 2016.
Angela Rayner: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what additional funding has been allocated to clinical commissioning groups to tackle pressures in A&E departments in winter 2015-16; and on what date that funding was announced.
Angela Rayner: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, when he expects that the NHS will next meet the target for 85 per cent of cancer patients to start treatment within 62 days.
Angela Rayner: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what meetings his Department has had with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) on inspections by CQC of local authorities' commissioning of care services.
Angela Rayner: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, on what dates his Department held discussions with NICE on the decision by that body to publish guidance on A&E staffing levels.
Angela Rayner: It is.