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Conor McGinn: ...for the Cabinet Office, with reference to the news release entitled Thousands of voters turned away from polling stations in mandatory ID trials, published by the Electoral Reform Society on 4 May 2018, what assessment he has made of the accuracy of the estimate by the Electoral Reform Society that 3,981 people were turned away from polling stations across the five pilot areas; and if he...
Greg Hands: Holding answer received on 24 May 2018 I have been in regular contact with EU Trade Commissioner Malmström and my EU counterparts on this issue, most recently at the Trade Foreign Affairs Council on 22 May. We are working closely with the US and our EU partners to secure a permanent EU exemption to these tariffs. The UK continues to raise at the highest levels with the US...
Greg Hands: Holding answer received on 24 May 2018 We are committed to scrutiny and engagement that is inclusive, meaningful and transparent, whilst ensuring that we do not undermine or prejudice our negotiating position. In line with diplomatic practices, it would not be appropriate to take unilateral decisions on disclosing information on engagements with our trading partners. Individual...
Alex Burghart: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, pursuant to the oral contribution of the Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Transport of 14 May 2018, Official Report, column 99, if he will make an assessment of the compatibility of the 1968 Vienna Convention on Road Traffic with the (a) testing and (b) use of fully autonomous vehicles.
Gerard Killen: ...implications for the Government's policies of the conclusions of the the paper, Northern Ireland and the UK’s Exit from the EU, What do people think, published by Queen’s University Belfast in May 2018.
Stephen Barclay: ... 3,776 September 2015 3,577 September 2016 3,442 September 2017 3,305 January 2018 3,350 Source: NHS Digital Monthly Hospital and Community Health Services workforce statistics On 9 May we announced £10 million funding for incentives for postgraduate students who go on to work in mental health and learning disability fields, as well as those postgraduates who go on to work...
Jackie Doyle-Price: The Independent Review of the Mental Health Act published an interim report on Tuesday 1 May 2018 which is available at the following link: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/independent-revie w-of-the-mental-health-act-interim-report The Government commissioned this review with the objective of ensuring that the Mental Health Act works better for patients and their families, in...
Angela Rayner: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, pursuant to the Oral Answer of the Minister for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation to the hon. Member for Battersea of 14 May 2018, Official Report, column 15, what the evidential basis is for his statement that students spend on average £250 on computers.
Angela Rayner: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, pursuant to the Oral Answer of the Minister for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation to the hon. Member for Battersea of 14 May 2018, Official Report, column 15, what costs Disabled Students' Allowances are planned to cover.
Nadhim Zahawi: ...authority-and-school-fina nce and https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/section-251-materi als. Other government funding, including that for public health, adult skills training and troubled families may also be used locally to support services delivered wholly, or in part, through children’s centres. In 2006-07 and 2007-08 funding for Childcare and Nursery Education...
Emma Lewell-Buck: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, pursuant to the Answer of 14 May 2018 to Question 142462, how many schools have refused to admit looked-after or previously looked after children and were subsequently directed by his Department to do so in the last three years.
Anne Milton: ...and Rainham. Levy-paying employers are now able to transfer up to 10 per cent of funds to other employers, including smaller employers in their supply chain. This means that smaller organisations who may have previously felt that employing an apprentice was beyond their reach, will now have the opportunity to do so.
Rosie Duffield: To ask the Prime Minister, what discussions she has had with President Erdogan of Turkey on the violence at the Gaza Border of 14 May 2018.
David Rutley: ...will be more detail in our Resources and Waste Strategy which will be published later this year. A call for evidence on how taxes or charges could reduce waste from single use plastics closed on 18 May. The Treasury is reviewing the responses and we are working with them on future policy options.
Caroline Nokes: ...members in the Middle East and North Africa region. As part of their identification and referrals process, UNHCR will establish whether registered refugees have family members overseas. Family connections in the UK may be taken into account by UNHCR but will not necessarily determine whether a person is referred the UK for resettlement - this is just one of many factors UNHCR considers...
James Brokenshire: ...powers to ensure residents are safe. To support the identification of private sector residential buildings over 18 metres with potentially unsafe Aluminium Composite Material (ACM) cladding, on 17 May, I issued a direction to all Local Housing Authorities to pay particular regard to cladding-related issues when reviewing housing in their areas.
James Brokenshire: ...) to support them to ensure that former residents of Grenfell Tower and Grenfell Walk are be provided with a new permanent home within a year of the fire. The latest figures from RBKC, as of 21 May states that 203 (97 per cent of 210 households) from Grenfell Tower or Walk have accepted an offer of either temporary or permanent accommodation, and 76 households have moved into permanent...
James Brokenshire: The latest figures from Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC), as of 21 May states that the number of households from (a) Barandon Walk, (b) Testerton Walk, (c) Hurstway Walk, (d) Treadgold House and (e) Bramley House who currently require permanent rehousing as a result of the Grenfell Fire within the Wider Grenfell Rehousing Policy is as follows: (a) Barandon Walk: 38 (b) Testerton...
Andrew Gwynne: To ask the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, pursuant to the Answer of 2 May 2018 to Question 140664 on Local Government Finance, for what reason the information is not held centrally; and who within his Department made the decision not to hold that information centrally.
James Brokenshire: The Government’s consultation on restricting or banning desktop studies from being used to assess the fire performance of cladding systems closes on 25 May. Inappropriate use of desktop studies is unacceptable and we will not hesitate to ban them, subject to consideration of the consultation responses. We have committed to publishing a clarified version of Approved Document B (building...