Former Conservative MP, Battersea , 6 May 2010 – 3 May 2017
Jane Ellison: ...negatived. Clause 108 accordingly disagreed to. Clauses 109 to 126 disagreed to. Clause 127 ordered to stand part of the Bill. Ordered, That clause 127 be transferred to the end of clause 69.—(Jane Ellison.) Clauses 128 to 133 disagreed to. Clause 134
Jane Ellison: ...) 1 March 2012 University Hospital Coventry The former Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Anna Soubry) 16 October 2012 Coventry City Council The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Jane Ellison) 16 September 2014 Warwick University 15 September 2015 Warwick University The former Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Dr Daniel Poulter) 24 January 2013 University Hospital...
Jane Ellison: ...momentum and continue to develop delivery through the voluntary partnership. Further details of this meeting are available on our website at: https://responsibilitydeal.dh.gov.uk/minister-jane-ellison-c hairs-plenary-group-meeting-on-18-november/ Asda also attended the alcohol network group meeting and an alcohol stocktake event on 5 November 2014. Details of both these...
Jane Ellison: This information is not collected centrally. We have written to Jane Stichbury, Chair of The Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust informing her of my hon. Friend’s enquiry. She will reply shortly and a copy of the letter will be placed in the Library.
Lord Alton of Liverpool: To ask Her Majesty’s Government, further to the Written Answer by the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Public Health, Jane Ellison, on 12 September (HC Deb, col 750W), what evidence would be required to predict the cohort of patients that may develop ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome; whether the incidence of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome would be part of any such evidence...
Stewart McDonald: Yes, I did. I sent a letter to the former HMRC Minister, Jane Ellison, who I think is now employed by the Government as a special adviser—[Interruption.] Forgive me, I may have got that wrong. Jane Ellison did deal with the case for me at the time. I had a conversation with her on one of the few occasions that we were in the same Lobby, and she assured me that my complaint was passed on...
Health: Impact of physical activity and diet on health.
Witnesses: Professor John Wass, Academic Vice-President, Royal College of Physicians, Dr Janet Atherton, President, Association of Directors of Public Health, Dr Jane Moore, Director of Public Health and Professor in Public Health at Coventry University, Dr Dagmar Zeuner, Director of Public Health, London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames and Kay Thomson, Health Lead, Sport England; Jane Ellison MP,...
Jane Ellison: ...; 11 April 2013 Anna Soubry Beating Bowel Cancer 12 September 2013 Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Earl Howe Cancer Research UK 12 November 2013 Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Public Health, Jane Ellison Macmillan Cancer Support: Cancer Voices In addition to meetings, Ministers have attended a large number of...
Gordon Prentice: The candidate whom I defeated last time was Jane Ellison, who is standing in Battersea this time. Does the Gentleman feel comfortable about taking barrel loads of money from the self-confessed tax exile, Lord Laidlaw?
Jane Ellison: Has the Secretary of State had a chance to meet people from the neighbourhood school campaign in my constituency, who have already made considerable progress towards the establishment of a new secondary school in Wandsworth-a campaign that I note that the shadow Secretary of State supported prior to the election?
Jane Ellison: If he will take steps to reduce the functions of the non-departmental public bodies for which his Department is responsible.
Jane Ellison: What plans he has to reduce the regulatory burden on the voluntary and community sectors.
Jane Ellison: To refer my right hon. Friend to earlier answers on rail franchising-
Jane Ellison: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what progress has been made on the Government's review of rail franchising; and if he will make a statement.
Jane Ellison: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what recent assessment he has made of the effect of the level of housing benefit payments on people's willingness to seek employment.
Jane Ellison: What his latest assessment is of the security situation in the Gulf region.
Jane Ellison: If she will make a statement on her departmental responsibilities.
Jane Ellison: It is unhelpful. The banking sector's mistakes and the problems with lending are well documented. They have been covered, rightly, in this debate, but they should not obscure the wider interest that we all have in a thriving financial services industry. More than 1 million people are employed in that industry, two thirds of whom are outside London.
Jane Ellison: I welcome my right hon. and learned Friend's statement. Further to his comments about Shaker Aamer, does he agree that if we are to achieve closure gradually over the next few years, it is important that Shaker Aamer is released to this country so that he can give evidence to the torture inquiry in person?
Jane Ellison: The Secretary of State recently visited the Nine Elms development area, which includes Battersea power station in my constituency. We talked about the importance of tax increment financing being available to councils involved in major regeneration projects. Will he press for TIFs to be brought in as soon as possible?