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Scottish Parliament: Scotland’s Climate Assembly (1 Mar 2022)

Michael Matheson: ...how we can explore and develop that further through our forthcoming land reform bill. I am sure that the member would also recognise that, at this stage, it would be inappropriate for me to give the details of a piece of legislation before it is introduced in Parliament, but she can be assured that we intend to take a very ambitious approach to land reform in that legislation.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Infected Blood Compensation Framework Study (25 Feb 2022)

Michael Ellis: The study will report to the Paymaster General no later than 14 March 2022. The Government will give full consideration to Sir Robert's study - which is separate from the independent public inquiry - and the Government's response and Sir Robert's study will be published.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Infected Blood Compensation Framework Study (24 Feb 2022)

Michael Ellis: The study will report to the Paymaster General no later than 14 March 2022. The Government will give full consideration to Sir Robert's study - which is separate from the independent public inquiry. The Government's response and Sir Robert's study will be published.

Scottish Parliament: Torness Nuclear Power Station (24 Feb 2022)

Michael Matheson: ...position, as ever—details of these matters. In relation to the 98 per cent, where exactly does he think that that figure comes from? It comes from the assessment through National Grid. Let me give some of the details. Scotland is currently a net electricity exporter. In 2020, Scotland exported 20.4TWh of electricity, which is the equivalent of powering every household in Scotland for 26...

Scottish Parliament: Local Government Funding Settlement (Dundee City Council) (23 Feb 2022)

Michael Marra: ...outlined to the committee their on-going concerns about short-term interventions due to the lack of security of Government funding, such as that in my home city of Dundee. Can the minister give assurances to those providers? Does it remain his Government’s policy that pupil equity funding should not be used to backfill any cuts that result from the lack of available local authority resource?

Scottish Parliament: Covid-19 (22 Feb 2022)

...that, yesterday, the UK Government would set out in detail the testing infrastructure that it intended to retain and the funding that would accompany that. Yesterday, I had two conversations with Michael Gove; between those conversations, a UK Cabinet meeting was postponed because its members were still having conflict among themselves. I deeply regret that, because it has a knock-on...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Adoption and Children Bill: Consideration Stage (14 Feb 2022)

Carál Ní Chuilín: ...my best wishes to you and your family. It is a worrying time. I, too, remember the legislation in 2010. Indeed, Michelle O'Neill, Sue Ramsey and I were on the Health Committee. You should talk to Michael McGimpsey about that some time. It is good that it has eventually come to the Assembly, albeit there have been many setbacks. Every member of our Health Committee has come to the...

Local Government Finance (England) (9 Feb 2022)

Michael Gove: ...those who are served by Newham Council has been very clearly outlined by the hon. Lady. Within the context of the settlement we are debating today, we will look at all the additional support we can give to those who are dealing with the consequences of covid.

Scottish Parliament: ScotRail (9 Feb 2022)

Jenny Gilruth: Almost a year ago, on 17 March 2021, the Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Michael Matheson, advised Parliament that, at the conclusion of the current franchise, ScotRail services would be provided within the public sector by the operator of last resort: an arm’s-length company owned and controlled by the Scottish Government. The current franchising system was clearly no longer fit for...

Prime Minister’s Chief of Staff Appointment (7 Feb 2022)

Michael Ellis: ...responsibilities. He remains a member of the Cabinet and is not a special adviser. The Prime Minister is expanding on the already cross-cutting role of the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and giving the chief of staff enhanced, ministerial authority to promote levelling up while also playing a senior co-ordinating role in No. 10 under the direction of the Prime Minister. There are...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: UK Relations with EU: AUKUS (7 Feb 2022)

Michael Ellis: Following our withdrawal from the European Union, the UK is able to pursue an independent foreign, trade and security policy. As set out in ‘The Benefits of Brexit’, this gives us greater flexibility to pursue the UK’s international objectives: to sit at the heart of a network of like-minded countries, defend human rights and uphold global norms. This new and agile approach is...

Building Safety Bill - Second Reading (2 Feb 2022)

Lord Blencathra: ...personal interest as a leaseholder of a flat near here, which will qualify for some fire remedial works and was built by one of the big four, who collectively raked in almost £4 billion in 2020. I give a warm welcome to the Bill, particularly the creation of a regulator. However, of particular interest to me are the parts on high-risk buildings and other safety measures. While I welcome...

Levelling Up (2 Feb 2022)

Michael Gove: ...Brabin, the Mayor of West Yorkshire, who said there is “lots to be pleased about” in it, and the Mayor of South Yorkshire, who said on Sunday that he warmly welcomed the support that we were giving to Sheffield and that it was “much needed recognition of the potential” of that great city. I am glad that the hon. Lady is in good Labour company in welcoming the White Paper. The hon....

Scottish Parliament: Nuclear Energy Sector (Meetings) (2 Feb 2022)

Michael Matheson: ...a wider engagement. If members of the nuclear energy sector wish to engage with us in helping to shape the just transition report that will go alongside our energy strategy, I am more than happy to give the reassurance that they will have an opportunity to feed into that particular process.

Tackling Fraud and Preventing Government Waste (1 Feb 2022)

Michael Ellis: ...to prevent rogue company directors from escaping liability for their bounce back loans. So far, that has been used in respect of almost 62,000 companies holding loans worth £2.1 billion. We are giving the Insolvency Service new powers to disqualify rogue company directors and we have already introduced regulations that allow for greater scrutiny of pre-pack administrations. Crucially,...

British Sign Language Bill (28 Jan 2022)

Rosie Cooper: ...the Cabinet Office’s disability unit, who worked tirelessly and kept me sane as the fine details were being worked out—I am not famed for my patience. I also wish to thank those in my office, Michael Rout in particular, for the hard work they have done in keeping this all going and making sure that we got to today, when we are actually going to move it forward. Finally, and probably...

Nationality and Borders Bill - Committee (1st Day) (Continued): Amendment 25 (27 Jan 2022)

Baroness McIntosh of Pickering: ...for the purposes of clarity, I am seeking to delete from the amendment to Clause 9 that was carried in Committee in the other place the proposed subsection (5A), which states that the notice to be given to a person to be deprived of citizenship, thereby notifying that their citizenship is to be withdrawn, “does not apply if ... the Secretary of State does not have the information needed...

Scottish Parliament: Breast Cancer Oncology (NHS Tayside) (27 Jan 2022)

Humza Yousaf: I will not rise to the political attack. It is important to engage with the issue in a non-partisan way and to put the women and patients who are affected very much at the heart of the situation. Michael Marra asks me to intervene, but I can give an absolute assurance that I and other ministerial colleagues have been deeply involved in the issue. There is no question of NHS Tayside not taking...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (6th Day) (Continued): Amendment 164 (26 Jan 2022)

Baroness Finlay of Llandaff: ...prescription-only medicines such as botulinum toxin, but these advertisements seem to bypass those. Among members of the public who have had cosmetic procedures, alarmingly, three-quarters were given no information about the product, volume, brand or batch number of whatever was being used and just under three-quarters were not asked anything at all about their psychosocial or mental...

Health Inequalities: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities — [Derek Twigg in the Chair] (26 Jan 2022)

Peter Dowd: .... I do not have time for more significant references to the organisations concerned, but it really was important for me to get down to the detail of the information that they provided. I will give the documents to the Minister for her perusal in due course. Before the pandemic, growth in life expectancy had stalled for the most deprived in England. Between 2014 and 2019, people in the...


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