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Public Bill Committee: Health Service Medical Supplies (Costs) Bill: Voluntary schemes (15 Nov 2016)

Julie Cooper: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Pritchard. I will begin by outlining our overall priority for the Bill and, in particular, this clause. Our priority is to ensure that the Bill effectively controls the cost of medicines and medical supplies to the national health service while ensuring the best possible patient access to existing products and to new and innovative...

Public Bill Committee: Health Service Medical Supplies (Costs) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (8 Nov 2016)

Dr Ridge: I am absolutely delighted to do so. Just to emphasise some of the increases, I have brought with me the “Prescribing Costs in Hospitals and the Community” report from the Health and Social Care Information Centre, which is now part of NHS Digital. That organisation routinely publishes information on a range of things, including prescribing and drug expenditure. In the 2014-15...

Public Bill Committee: Digital Economy Bill: E-book lending (1 Nov 2016)

Matthew Hancock: I wholeheartedly support the hon. Member for Cardiff West in his analysis of the increasing range of digital services at libraries across the country and the importance of those digital services to the communities they serve. I also agree with what he said about the increasing range of e-books and the importance of e-book lending. I am touched by his care for our delivering on the...

Public Bill Committee: Digital Economy Bill: Disclosure of information to reduce debt owed to the public sector (27 Oct 2016)

Louise Haigh: That is exactly the kind of attitude that underpins these elements of the Bill: “Trust us. We’ll sort it out. Give us your data. No problem. We’re going to share them freely and fairly.” The Government may well do. The problem is that the public do not have that trust in them. As I said on Tuesday, this is not a party political point. The previous Labour Government were not up to...

Public Bill Committee: Digital Economy Bill: Disclosure of information to improve public service delivery (25 Oct 2016)

Louise Haigh: I am grateful for that intervention. I am very aware of the Concentrix case and will come on to it shortly. On the inclusion of non-public sector authorities and the Government’s intention to strictly define the circumstances and purposes under which data sharing with such organisations will be allowed, their statement of intent was clear. However, only one paragraph in the 101-page draft...

Public Bill Committee: Neighbourhood Planning Bill: Restrictions on power to impose planning conditions (25 Oct 2016)

Gavin Barwell: I have tried to answer that question already. Some of those things do not require legislation. There are problems in our house building system that require policy changes, and others that require legislative changes. We want to pursue a range of solutions encompassing both those options. I want to pick up on three specific examples that we were given of pre-commencement conditions, one of...

Public Bill Committee: Neighbourhood Planning Bill: Further provision about statement of community involvement (25 Oct 2016)

Roberta Blackman-Woods: I beg to move amendment 12, in clause 6, page 5, line 27, at end insert “in cases where the local authorities’ statement of community involvement was regarded as inadequate.” This amendment allows the Secretary of State only to require planning authorities to review their statement of community involvement if they have failed to produce one. It is a pleasure to serve under your...

Public Bill Committee: Digital Economy Bill: Universal service broadband obligations (18 Oct 2016)

Louise Haigh: New clause 10 would require the Secretary of State to ensure that there is a completely open procurement process, and an alternative dispute resolution role to arbitrate in instances of disagreement over the designation. We welcome the Minister’s clarification last Wednesday about the statement of intent in relation to the USO. However, we want to mention—I am sure it will not be the...

Public Bill Committee: Higher Education and Research Bill: United Kingdom Research and Innovation (18 Oct 2016)

Jo Johnson: I thank the hon. Gentleman for giving me the opportunity to explain further how the OFS and UKRI will work together on a range of issues relating to their respective remits. I appreciate the considered tone of his comments and observations. We understand that these matters are important and we have taken considerable care to try to address them when crafting the reforms and the Bill. I am...

Public Bill Committee: Finance Bill: Alcoholic liquor duties: rates (7 Jul 2016)

Damian Hinds: Clause 143 sets out changes to alcohol duty rates from 21 March this year. It was announced in the Budget that the duty on beer, spirits and most ciders would be frozen this year and that the duty on most wines and higher-strength sparkling cider would rise with inflation. With those changes, we continue to support the pub industry, which plays such an important part in British cultural...

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers Bill: Relevant public authorities and designated senior officers (19 Apr 2016)

Keir Starmer: I beg to move amendment 135, in clause 61, page 49, line 32, leave out subsections (1) and (2) and insert— “(1) For the purposes of this Part, a relevant public authority is— (a) a police force maintained under section 2 of the Police Act 1996, (b) the Metropolitan police force, (c) the City of London police force, (d) the Police Service of Scotland, (e) the Police Service of...

Public Bill Committee: Policing and Crime Bill: Restrictions on places that may be used as places of safety (12 Apr 2016)

Karen Bradley: I know that it will seem odd to the shadow Minister for a Home Office Minister to refuse further powers, but I will at this stage. I will return to that point later. I will deal first with whether a health-based place of safety is the most suitable place of safety in every case, which goes to the nub of amendment 157. As the hon. Member for North Durham knows, a private home can already be...

Public Bill Committee: Policing and Crime Bill: Schedule 1 - Provision for police and crime commissioner to be fire and rescue authority (22 Mar 2016)

Lyn Brown: I am fairly certain that I read that right. Question 2 is almost worse. The consultation exercise sets out a process by which a PCC could assume control of a fire and rescue service and then asks consultees what they think of that process. If we were really interested in people’s views, we would ask what they think of giving PCCs those powers in the first place, but this Government are not...

Public Bill Committee: Policing and Crime Bill: Provision for police and crime commissioner to be fire and rescue authority (22 Mar 2016)

Lyn Brown: I am fairly certain that I read that right. Question 2 is almost worse. The consultation exercise sets out a process by which a PCC could assume control of a fire and rescue service and then asks consultees what they think of that process. If we were really interested in people’s views, we would ask what they think of giving PCCs those powers in the first place, but this Government are not...

Public Bill Committee: Policing and Crime Bill: Clause 2 - Duties in relation to collaboration agreements (22 Mar 2016)

Kevan Jones: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Howarth. Amendment 156 is a probing amendment; I will not divide the Committee on it. As I said on Second Reading, I welcome what the Government are doing through the Bill to amend the Mental Health Act 1983, in particular ensuring that people in mental health crisis do not end up in police cells. I have a little bit of sympathy for the...

Public Bill Committee: Policing and Crime Bill: Duties in relation to collaboration agreements (22 Mar 2016)

Kevan Jones: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Howarth. Amendment 156 is a probing amendment; I will not divide the Committee on it. As I said on Second Reading, I welcome what the Government are doing through the Bill to amend the Mental Health Act 1983, in particular ensuring that people in mental health crisis do not end up in police cells. I have a little bit of sympathy for the...

Public Bill Committee: Policing and Crime Bill: Clause 1 - Collaboration agreements (22 Mar 2016)

Lyn Brown: I am delighted to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Howarth. The amendments would place the duty to collaborate on all NHS and public health bodies, not just NHS ambulance trusts. They would increase the scope of collaboration agreements to include local authorities. We have tabled these amendments in recognition of the fact that much of the work undertaken by the fire service and, indeed,...

Public Bill Committee: Policing and Crime Bill: Collaboration agreements (22 Mar 2016)

Lyn Brown: I am delighted to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Howarth. The amendments would place the duty to collaborate on all NHS and public health bodies, not just NHS ambulance trusts. They would increase the scope of collaboration agreements to include local authorities. We have tabled these amendments in recognition of the fact that much of the work undertaken by the fire service and, indeed,...

Public Bill Committee: Policing and Crime Bill: Examination of Witnesses (15 Mar 2016)

Alan Wardle: The sharing of that information is key so that schools do have that. Cassie is right that on the one hand it is an issue that affects children from all sorts of communities, but we do know that children who are particularly vulnerable are often targeted, whether that is within the school and whether with adults and whether those are children in care or perhaps, as we often see...

Public Bill Committee: Policing and Crime Bill: Examination of Witnesses (15 Mar 2016)

Alan Wardle: The sharing of that information is key so that schools do have that. Cassie is right that on the one hand it is an issue that affects children from all sorts of communities, but we do know that it is often children who are particularly vulnerable who are often targeted, whether that is within the school and whether with adults and whether those are children in care or perhaps,...


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