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Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (23 Feb 2023)

Chartered Society of Physiotherapy survey regarding rehabilitation services shortage, physiotherapy care following the COVID-19 pandemic and that stroke survivors were being “imprisoned at home with a bed and commode” – Baroness Wheeler. Oral questions

Upcoming Business – Commons: Main Chamber (3 Feb 2023)

Covid-19 Vaccine Damage Payments Bill: Second Reading – Christopher Chope. Private Members' Bills

Upcoming Business – Commons: Main Chamber (3 Feb 2023)

Covid-19 Vaccine Diagnosis and Treatment Bill: Second Reading – Christopher Chope. Private Members' Bills

Upcoming Business – Commons: Main Chamber (3 Feb 2023)

Covid-19 Vaccine Damage Bill: Second Reading – Christopher Chope. Private Members' Bills

Non-domicile Tax Status (31 Jan 2023)

Aaron Bell: ...more tax if that low-hanging fruit, that £3.2 billion, was really out there, because of the present fiscal situation as a result of the money we have spent protecting people’s livelihoods during covid, through the furlough scheme, and on supporting people with high energy bills this winter. We could do with raising more tax easily, if it was really there. The hon. Member for St Helens...

Council Tax and Revenue Support Grant (31 Jan 2023)

Chris Loder: ...his as well—he might be younger than me, so I do not know. The point is that we in West Dorset are below where we started. I mentioned the situation with our businesses; we lost 20% of them over covid. Our economy has already shrunk. As I said, our children who want to go to sixth form are having to pay £600 or £700 to get a bus to the nearest school, which can be 10 or 15 miles away,...

Crime and Neighbourhood Policing (31 Jan 2023)

Sarah Jones: I thank the hon. Member for that intervention. When he talked about crime, he was actually talking about knife crime. Knife crime was up across the whole country in the last year, because during covid the whole country had a drop in knife crime. In London, over the last four years, knife crime is down—unlike in the rest of the country, where it is up. [Interruption.] I will leave...

IMF Economic Outlook - Commons Urgent Question (31 Jan 2023)

Lord Tunnicliffe: ...the chaos of the September mini-Budget may be shorter and shallower than previously thought. Britain has huge potential but, under the Conservatives, ours is the only G7 economy still below its pre-Covid level. If growth is the Government’s number one priority, why is the UK forecast to be outgrown by sanction-hit Russia? If, as Ministers like to claim, this is all the result of global...

Public Bill Committee: Procurement Bill [Lords]: Clause 13 - The national procurement policy statement (31 Jan 2023)

Kirsty Blackman: ...b) at some length—again, I agreed with that. Paragraph (d) covers: “minimising the incidence of fraud, waste or abuse of public money.” That is very important. We saw the issues caused by the covid PPE contracts and the resultant massive waste of public money. It is totally inconceivable for the Government to open themselves to getting into that mess again, or for us to end up with...

NHS Hysteroscopy Treatment — [Sir Mark Hendrick in the Chair] (31 Jan 2023)

Maria Caulfield: ...want that to happen this year so that women have more power when making decisions about their healthcare needs. Waiting times for gynae procedures have not come up much today, but we know that the covid pandemic has had an impact on them. Gynae procedures are part of the elective recovery plan, which is why we are investing in community diagnostic centres to get those waiting lists down as...

Public Bill Committee: Procurement Bill [Lords]: Clause 12 - Covered procurement: objectives (31 Jan 2023)

Florence Eshalomi: financial institutions such as credit unions and building societies. Indeed, many will be SMEs and already covered by the clause. Historically—and as evidenced by experiences during covid—co-ops are a more resilient form of business, in large part due to the commitment and support of their members and their ability to make democratic decisions for the long term, rather...

Clean Air (31 Jan 2023)

Geraint Davies: ...We have 5.4 million people with asthma. We know that air pollution provokes childhood asthma and sometimes, tragically, death. According to Harvard and the Max Planck Institute, the death rate from covid in more polluted areas is 8% to 12% higher than otherwise. That is particularly the case for poorer and more diverse polluted areas, which accounts a great deal for such discrepancies in...

IMF Economic Outlook (31 Jan 2023)

Rushanara Ali: The Minister talks about covid as if we were the only country to experience the pandemic. He talks about the Ukraine crisis as if the fuel costs are affecting only this country, but he fails to mention that the former Prime Minister and her Chancellor crashed the economy, and that that came on top of the uncertainties of the previous years, including the failure to get a decent deal after...

Levelling-up Missions: East of England — [Geraint Davies in the Chair] (31 Jan 2023)

Dehenna Davison: ...Waveney mentioned. AstraZeneca’s R&D facility is rightly cited in the APPG’s report as an exemplar of the region’s booming sector, not least for its leading role in producing the life-saving covid-19 vaccine, for which we are all incredibly grateful. For all those brilliant strengths, the report also highlights how the east of England faces its own challenges, too. As my hon. Friend...

Public Bill Committee: Procurement Bill [Lords]: Clause 3 - Public contracts (31 Jan 2023)

Alex Burghart: ..., and we have obligations internationally. The hon. Lady is right that the high rate of inflation—which we are experiencing as a result of Putin’s dreadful war in Ukraine and the end of covid, and which is common to many western democracies at the moment—will make some previously below-threshold contracts into above-threshold contracts. There are pros and cons to that. It means that...

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Topical Questions (31 Jan 2023)

Taiwo Owatemi: Foreign Governments are requiring British workers to certify their covid status before taking employment in their countries. That leaves people who are medically exempt from vaccination, like my constituent Mr Hussain-Khan, in limbo. Without any formal documentation, their employment is at risk. Will the Foreign Secretary explain exactly what is being done to ensure that medically exempt...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Death: Weather (31 Jan 2023)

Graham Stuart: It is likely that a combination of factors has contributed to excess deaths over winter 2022/23, including high flu prevalence, cold weather, the ongoing challenges of COVID-19 and health conditions including heart disease and diabetes. However, the Government recognises the difficulty many households, especially vulnerable households, are experiencing this winter. Energy efficiency...

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