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Public Bill Committee: Building Safety Bill: Clause 3 - The regulator: objectives and regulatory principles (16 Sep 2021)

Ruth Cadbury: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship again, Mr Davies. The Minister has said that this Bill will bring in a new era for building safety, but will it? I agree that it is better than nothing—it is definitely an improvement on the legislative framework that we have had until now—but I am concerned about all of the gaps where people are working in, living in and occupying the...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Schedule 2 - Integrated care boards: constitution etc (16 Sep 2021)

Karin Smyth: I agree, and we will probably all have examples through the primary care networks of practices that were not in old houses but that had perhaps had a LIFT scheme or another new development. In my constituency, the Bridge View Medical practice was able to have a flow through the building and move patients downstairs because it had a large, fairly new building. The pandemic has shown that in an...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Schedule 2 - Integrated care boards: constitution etc (14 Sep 2021)

Alex Norris: We have not had success with chairs, and we have not had success with who should be on the board, so we move on to who should not be on the board. Let us see whether this alternative tack might prize the Minister away from not giving us his support. The amendment would mean that representatives of GP practices with alternative provider medical services, or APMS, contracts were prohibited from...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Clause 13 - Establishment of integrated care boards (14 Sep 2021)

Karin Smyth: I rise to support the amendment, particularly in relation to outcomes. The Government do not accept having reducing health inequalities as an aim. In my round-up of 20 years of CCGs and all the rest of it, the driver over the past 15 years has been to put primary care at the centre of those organisations, recognising that 90% of patient contacts are within primary and community services. We...

Public Bill Committee: Building Safety Bill: Examination of Witnesses (14 Sep 2021)

James Dalton: As I said in an answer to a previous question, the insurance industry has long argued that it should be mandatory for new build buildings—in particular those that house vulnerable members of our community such as care homes and schools—to have sprinklers.

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Clause 4 - NHS England: wider effect of decisions (14 Sep 2021)

Philippa Whitford: I rise to support these measures. The longer those of us who work in the NHS spend on the frontline, in particular as a breast cancer surgeon in a specialist area, the more we realise that we are constantly catching someone who falls, instead of building a handrail to stop them falling in the first place. Anyone who works in health or social care recognises that health inequalities are a...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Clause 2 - Power to require commissioning of specialised services (14 Sep 2021)

Edward Argar: Amendments 36 and 37 and new clauses 20 and 21 are in the name of the shadow Minister and his colleagues. I do not believe that what is being proposed reflects the reality of the role of the Secretary of State or what it should be, which is a strategic oversight role with the ability to intervene when necessary to ensure accountability. The hon. Gentleman might correct me, but I think he...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (9 Sep 2021)

Stephen Chandler: It is a really good question. We see the importance of bringing that collective data together in one place at every level in the stratified system. If you take the integrated care system, at the macro level it is really important for population-based planning. My local integrated care system covers Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire—colloquially, BOB—and for...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (9 Sep 2021)

Andy Bell: Yes, sure. Again, “integrated care”—we like the words; they are good—but the difficulty in a way is, first of all, the fact that this is very much an NHS-dominated set of proposals. It was written by NHS England for NHS England. I think that if we have a genuinely integrated system, where people will get support across the whole range of services, we need this to be an...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (9 Sep 2021)

Dame Gill Morgan: It is about multi-layering of advice. We will have a primary care sub-committee partly because managing primary care, and all the things that come through GMS and the opportunities, is expert; we do not want it to be subsumed by a generalist groups. We want it to have proper focus, because if our vision of the future is right, we need better and more engaged primary care at...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (9 Sep 2021)

Richard Murray: I would really ensure that local government is part of this. It is an independent voice, and has already been a useful counterweight to some of those centralising forces, as local government comes closer to the NHS. Ensure that people from the voluntary sector are there. They do not follow the orders that come out of NHS England, so you are putting people directly into the...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (9 Sep 2021)

Professor Martin Marshall: We have pushed very hard for clinical representation on the board, and I think that the acknowledgement that a primary care representative is required is absolutely right. Of course, one representative is not going to change the world, but there is something symbolic about it, and there is something about having a primary care voice that is really important. The...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (7 Sep 2021)

Cllr James Jamieson: Looking at the current situation with health and wellbeing boards and so forth, that has worked well in some places and not so well in others. That is largely down to local factors, relationships and the willingness of the NHS to participate in a place-based approach. Our hope and expectation is that this formalises it, not in absolute terms, but in emphasising the role...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (7 Sep 2021)

Ian Trenholm: The Bill will add value to patients in a number of different ways. There are four areas that we have particular interest in. The first is around the work we expect the Government to ask us to do on oversight of the individual ICSs. Building on the comments that have just been made, our contributing to the assurance around ICSs will be an important part of how we can add value....

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (7 Sep 2021)

Matthew Taylor: I agree with Saffron. There have been some very good examples of local collaboration, such as the vaccination programme and reaching out to communities where initial take-up may not have been what we had hoped. There is some really impressive work there. That work presages the wider commitment within the health service to a strategy of population health, which addresses not...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (7 Sep 2021)

Amanda Pritchard: Thank you. If I start, Mark can come in and add. In the new proposals, the integrated care board carries the statutory responsibility, on behalf of the NHS, for the allocation of spending, performance management and the delivery of NHS services within the system. That, of course, has a delegated set of responsibilities, as per the current commissioning arrangements, down to...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Examination of Witnesses (7 Sep 2021)

Danny Mortimer: Navina captures really well the work that is already going on, not least, as she has said, through the pandemic. My members, who are the trusts and ICSs around the country, are already trying to find ways of developing joint approaches to developing their workforce, not least with their colleagues in social care, but also by thinking about different ways in which they can...

Public Bill Committee: Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill: New Clause 45 - Offence of assaulting etc. retail worker (24 Jun 2021)

Chris Philp: I think the sentencing guidelines are important. Addressing coughing, spitting and causing fear of infectious disease transmission is important, as is the recognition that public sector workers and people providing a service to the public get in the sentencing guidelines. The shadow Minister says that they are not important; I think they are, because they are what the judge looks at, day in,...

Public Bill Committee: Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill: New Clause 16 - Threshold for imposing discretionary custodial sentence (22 Jun 2021)

Chris Philp: Broadly speaking, the Government are keen to see alternatives to short custodial sentences. That is why we have been forward in promoting alternatives, such as community sentence treatment requirements to ensure that people get mental health, drug or alcohol addiction treatment as an alternative to short custodial sentences. As the Lord Chancellor has said, however—the shadow Minister also...

Public Bill Committee: Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill: Clause 139 - Serious violence reduction orders (17 Jun 2021)

Sarah Jones: Stop-and-search is an important tool; I would not argue with that. The key is to make sure that it is used effectively, in conjunction with good local intelligence about where crimes may have been committed. In some of our black communities in London, and some of those I visited in Glasgow, and in certain estates or postcodes, people are experiencing the same overuse of stop-and-search. Where...


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