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Covid-19: PPE Procurement (24 Nov 2022)

Jon Trickett: Is it not clear that slack management in the Department led to get-rich elements of the British ruling establishment taking money from the NHS at a time of national crisis? Their watchword was “greed” rather than “public service”. Where is the right hon. Member for West Suffolk (Matt Hancock)—I have notified him of my intention to mention him—who was in charge of the NHS when all...

NHS Prescriptions (Drug Tariff Labelling) (25 Oct 2022)

Craig Mackinlay: I beg to move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to require community pharmacies and other providers of NHS-funded prescriptions to show, on the patient label, the prevailing Drug Tariff value of the items dispensed; and for connected purposes. I would like to declare that my wife is a community pharmacist and, as would be expected, she has offered me some assistance in considering this...

Unavoidably Small Hospitals — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] (6 Sep 2022)

Rishi Sunak: ...the north. When I was first elected in 2015 and when I was campaigning before that, I told my constituents that the hospital would be my No.1 priority. The reason for that is simple. Of course the NHS is the country’s most prized public service but, as we have heard in all the contributions from hon. Members today, the accessibility of healthcare in rural areas specifically is an issue...

Women’s Health Strategy for England - Statement (21 Jul 2022)

...Lesley Regan, one of the country’s foremost experts in women’s health, as the first ever women’s health ambassador for England. On top of this, we are investing an extra £127 million in the NHS maternity workforce and neonatal care over the next year, and we are creating a network of family hubs in local authorities in England. Today we are announcing the next step. We are...

Women’s Health Strategy for England (20 Jul 2022)

Steve Barclay: ...Lesley Regan, one of the country’s foremost experts in women’s health, as the first ever women’s health ambassador for England. On top of this, we are investing an extra £127 million in the NHS maternity workforce and neonatal care over the next year, and we are creating a network of family hubs in local authorities in England. Today we are announcing the next step. We are...

Scottish Affairs Committee: NHS PPE Supply Chains: Forced Labour (14 Jul 2022)

Steven Bonnar: ...remaining morals were unfortunately diminished. With the desire to sustain a harsh Brexiteer stance, the then Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, the right hon. Member for West Suffolk (Matt Hancock), refused to take part in an EU-wide scheme to obtain necessary PPE and ventilators in a legitimate manner, choosing instead to favour companies responsible for committing some of...

Assisted Dying — [Sir Roger Gale in the Chair] (4 Jul 2022)

James Cartlidge: ...is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr McCabe. I congratulate the Petitions Committee and the hon. Member for Gower (Tonia Antoniazzi) on securing the debate. Introducing a debate on a matter like this means speaking at a very pressured moment. I thought she spoke with bravery and set the tone for what has been a very moving, powerful debate with high-quality contributions on...

Health and Social Care Leadership Review - Statement (9 Jun 2022)

Baroness Brinton: My Lords, from these Benches we also thank all the staff in the NHS and social care sectors, and specific thanks go to General Sir Gordon Messenger and Dame Linda Pollard for this excellent report. We too support the recommendations in the report. The Liberal Democrats believe our NHS is in desperate need of support. We need to remember that there are well over 100,000 NHS staff...

Standards in Public Life (7 Jun 2022)

Michael Ellis: Not at all. There is a constitutional imperative that the Prime Minister of the day, no matter what party he or she is from, must have the right to select their Ministers and must have confidence in their Ministers. That is a constitutional imperative and it is not inconsistent with the code and the independent adviser’s wishes. Let me rest for a moment on the change that has been made in...

Procurement Bill [HL] - Second Reading (25 May 2022)

Lord Strasburger: ...VIP lane companies run by friends and associates of Conservative politicians. For example, the noble Lord, Lord Feldman of Elstree, recommended four successful companies; the then Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, recommended four as well, including his local pub landlord; while Michael Gove referred Meller Designs, a firm run by David Meller, who has donated £60,000 to the Conservative...

North East Ambulance Service - Commons Urgent Question (23 May 2022)

Lord Shipley: My Lords, in 2019, Matt Hancock MP, the then Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, vowed to end non-disclosure agreements in the NHS, yet earlier this year bosses at the North East Ambulance Service used non-disclosure agreements for the brave whistleblowers in return for settlement. What action will the Minister take with the North East Ambulance Service for flouting the very clear...

UK Diagnostics Industry and Covid-19 Recovery (10 May 2022)

Neale Hanvey: ...we are presently as well as look to the future with the Government’s strategic plan and the opportunities that it could miss, to our shared peril. My interest in the area is underscored by an NHS career spanning a quarter of a century in which infection control and management was a staple part of my responsibility. I understand the important elements of genomic and epidemiological...

Health and Care Bill: Clause 35 - Report on assessing and meeting workforce needs (25 Apr 2022)

Matt Warman: ...try to demonstrate some of what is happening. That brings me to my second point—I will try to stick to the original time limit—which is that these issues are about trust. We need trust with the NHS workforce. As my right hon. Friend the Member for West Suffolk (Matt Hancock) said, with reconfiguration it is very often the case, as it is in my constituency, that even though the data...

Referral of Prime Minister to Committee of Privileges (21 Apr 2022)

Angela Rayner: ...for Hazel Grove (Mr Wragg). They made powerful and moving speeches stating that, as parliamentarians, we all have a responsibility to uphold the democratic principles of trust and integrity, no matter what party we are from. As the right hon. Member for Kingston and Surbiton (Ed Davey) said, this is not about cake at all; it is about trust. The hon. Member for Brighton, Pavilion...

NHS Capital Spend and Health Inequalities (22 Mar 2022)

Edward Argar: ...day for the Adjournment with you in the Chair, Madam Deputy Speaker—I may jest slightly, but these Adjournment debates are hugely important, as you know, because they give an opportunity to raise matters of genuine local importance to Members of this House, as my hon. Friend the Member for Telford (Lucy Allan) has done. With that in mind, I congratulate my hon. Friend on securing this...

Organ Donation and Transplantation Strategy (23 Feb 2022)

Anthony Mangnall: ...he was a pioneer in leading his party and getting them to where they needed to be to see the changes in Northern Ireland. I am grateful for his question. As I was saying, the Government and the NHS should be proud of the campaign that they have run to date, and the undeniable progress that it has delivered. That brings me to my second point: the organ donor register. I am sure that all...

Covid-19: Purchasing Effort (3 Feb 2022)

Edward Argar: ...here. He knows that this is about stock that has been written down in value, not written off. He knows that the vast bulk of that remaining is fit for use. We set very high standards in the NHS, but it is fit for use in other settings, and we are ensuring that we explore those other avenues, so that it can be used. The hon. Gentleman talked about pub landlords. He will have heard my right...

Cystic Fibrosis: Prescription Charge Exemption — [Mr Virendra Sharma in the Chair] (2 Feb 2022)

Kerry McCarthy: ...and I congratulate all those who have been involved in developing these drugs—Kalydeco, Orkambi and its version for children, Symkevi, and Trikafta—and in making them freely available on the NHS. The former Health Secretary, the right hon. Member for West Suffolk (Matt Hancock), was obviously instrumental in that process and I thank him for it. Of course, I also thank the Cystic...

Social Prescribing: England (1 Feb 2022)

Maggie Throup: ...why, as our manifesto highlighted, we are committed to extending social prescribing and expanding the new National Academy for Social Prescribing. Social prescribing is now an integral part of the NHS. The NHS long-term plan committed to having 1,000 additional social prescribing link workers in place by 2020-21—a target that was exceeded—with significantly more in the future. At least...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (6th Day) (Continued): Amendment 165 (26 Jan 2022)

Lord Lansley: ...-based work. Secondly, the noble Lord, Lord Hunt of Kings Heath, referred to what I said about provider collaboratives. I still think it. Where are we going to end up with this? It will be with NHS England having within it, as each integrated care board has within it, the provider interest and the commissioner interest. The Government purport to be abolishing the purchaser/provider split....


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