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Scottish Parliament: Dumfries City Status (22 Dec 2021)

Colin Smyth: I thank Emma Harper for lodging her motion. It is nice to hear someone from the Cleyhole backing us Doonhamers—I apologise to those in the official report who, not for the first time, will be wondering what I am talking about. Dumfries is my home—it is where I was born, where I have always lived and where I am bringing up my family. Frankly, I would not have it any other way. It is a town...

Scottish Parliament: Health and Social Care (Winter Planning) (5 Oct 2021)

Fiona Hyslop: St Michael’s hospital for elderly nursing care and respite in my Linlithgow constituency has been subject to temporary closure since the summer due to wider healthcare staff shortages in Lothian resulting from staff illness and self-isolation. I note that West Lothian still has one of the highest rates of Covid infection. Can the cabinet secretary assure me that when the position is...

Public Bill Committee: Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill: New Clause 19 - Implementation of the Law Commission review of hate crime (22 Jun 2021)

Alex Cunningham: I thank my hon. Friend the Member for Walthamstow (Stella Creasy) for her tireless work in drafting the new clause, as well as her efforts to draw attention to this important issue. I met her in the corridor on the way back to the Committee this afternoon, and she was wishing us all well—“everybody,” she said—in the hope that we could move this matter on. She knows that the community...

His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (12 Apr 2021)

Bill Cash: On 9 April, when I heard the sad news, I walked to the small Norman church, St Michael’s, next to our home at Upton Cressett, and tolled the Hanover bell 99 times. The bell was hung in 1701 to commemorate the Hanoverian succession negotiated by the ambassador to Hanover, James Cressett, and the Act of Settlement, which took place that year. Directly below the bell stands the Norman font,...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Road Safety at Schools in Mid Ulster (23 Mar 2021)

Patsy McGlone: ...affected are Derrychrin and Ballylifford. Other schools include St Patrick's Primary School, Loup; St Patrick's Primary School, Moneymore, which I already mentioned; Lissan Primary School at St Michael's Church, where we have met DFI officials on a number of occasions; St Malachy's Primary School in Drummullan; Spires Integrated Primary School, Magherafelt; St Mary's Primary School,...

Work and Pensions: Kickstart: Employer Accessibility (8 Mar 2021)

Andrew Jones: In Harrogate and Knaresborough, we have seen great organisations such as St Michael’s Hospice with North Yorkshire Hospice Care offer 30 roles in support services, from retail to catering, care and communications. Not everywhere is fortunate enough to have such a progressive organisation, so the policy change is welcome. I was originally going to ask my right hon. Friend about the increase...

Church Commissioners: Restoration Grants: Churches (4 Mar 2021)

Munira Wilson: I thank the hon. Gentleman for his answer. St Michael’s church in Fulwell was closed and in a semi-derelict state when a new church was planted there in 2014. Since then, the committed team have been holding Sunday services and serving their community with no formal heating or lighting. In order to restore this listed building to achieve their vision of being community centred, they have...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Coronavirus (11 Jan 2021)

Nick Gibb: ...High School £1,510 Newfield School £18,661 Trinity St Peter's CofE Primary School £1,797 Formby High School £1,775 Maghull High School £4,930 Deyes High School £5,505 St Michael's Church of England High School £7,246 St Thomas Church of England Primary School, Lydiate £4,767 St Andrews Church of England Primary School, Maghull £1,809 Schools continue to...

Christmas Adjournment (17 Dec 2020)

Jonathan Gullis: I start by congratulating my hon. Friend the Member for Wantage (David Johnston) on his superb speech, and adding my cheers of “Merry Christmas!” to you, Mr Deputy Speaker, all Members across the House, and, most important, all the staff who work across the parliamentary estate. They go above and beyond, and I am grateful for all the support they have given me in my first year as a...

Coventry Blitz: 80th Anniversary (11 Nov 2020)

Colleen Fletcher: ...Deputy Speaker, for granting me this Adjournment debate to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the November 1940 bombing of Coventry. The Coventry blitz was, of course, a defining moment in the history of my city, bringing both great hardship and change to Coventry. It is also, I feel, an important event to recall during the current pandemic. In this year of great hardship, many have...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: School Estate: Upper Bann (29 Sep 2020)

Dolores Kelly: ...Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council. St Ronan's College, being an amalgamation of three former post-primary schools — St Mary's High School, St Paul's Junior High School and St Michael's Grammar School — is, of course, one of the largest post-primary schools. The school is quite an ambitious project, and it is important that we see the new build move forward at pace,...

Health Inequalities (4 Mar 2020)

Zarah Sultana: I thank my hon. Friend for giving way. Health inequalities between regions are stark, but there are also huge disparities across short distances. In my constituency, the life expectancy of men in St Michael’s is 13 years shorter than it is of men just 2.5 miles away in Stoneleigh, just south of Coventry. Does he agree that to reduce those shocking health differences, the Government need to...

Health: Learning Disability and Autism Training - Question for Short Debate (10 Feb 2020)

Baroness Hollins: My Lords, I declare a non-financial interest as founder and chair of the charity Books Beyond Words. The charity co-produces educational and therapeutic resources to empower people with learning disability and autism and to educate those who support them. Paula McGowan, mother of Oliver McGowan, wrote to me ahead of this debate to encourage Parliament to add some urgency to the work that is...

Persecution of Christians (6 Feb 2020)

Brendan O'Hara: ...murders were graphically shown to the world in a video released on Christmas day, of all days. Tragically, 2020 has started where 2019 left off. On Monday of this week, the body of 18-year-old Michael Nnadi was found by a roadside. Michael was a seminarian with the Good Shepherd seminary in Kaduna and had been missing since being taken hostage, along with three brother seminarians, by Boko...

The hon. Member for South West Bedfordshire, representing the Church Commissioners, was asked: Church Schools and Universities (6 Feb 2020)

Thangam Debbonaire: Will the hon. Gentleman update us on what strategic national work the Church might be doing with the Department for Education to support local schools that are experiencing changes to school rolls due to population changes? Otherwise excellent schools, such as St George’s and St Michael’s in my constituency, are having to experience differences in their local population. What strategic...

Beer and Pub Taxation — [James Gray in the Chair] (5 Feb 2020)

Daisy Cooper: ...hon. Member for Dudley South (Mike Wood) for securing this debate. As the newly elected vice-chair of the all-party parliamentary group for beer, I am pleased to be able to speak in this debate. In St Albans, there are a number of independent businesses that do not know if they will survive this financial year because of eye-watering increases in business rates. This Government have seven...

International Development: Plastic Use (29 Jan 2020)

Mark Jenkinson: I welcome my right hon. Friend’s commitment to tackling plastic use. In my constituency, Workington, people care about the future of our seas and oceans. Young students at Ashfield Infant and Nursery School, Holme St Cuthbert School and St Michael’s Nursery and Infant School have written a book about Driggsby, the young fin whale who sadly died on a Cumbrian beach, a victim of plastic...

Scottish Parliament: Robert Burns in the Scottish Economy (21 Jan 2020)

Colin Smyth: ...’s legacy and, in many ways, its untapped potential. Like Joan McAlpine, I have the privilege of representing South Scotland, where our national bard spent much of his life and penned his finest work. Before I was elected to this Parliament, I also had the honour of representing the Nith ward on Dumfries and Galloway Council. My ward included Burns house on stinking vennel in...

Scottish Parliament: Catholic Schools (26 Nov 2019)

Jackie Baillie: ...value of Catholic education from an informed viewpoint. As others have noted, the Education (Scotland) Act 1918 enshrined Catholic schools in the public sector, guaranteeing them funding from the state while allowing them to retain their distinct ethos, identity and culture. They have grown in number from 224 schools at the commencement of the 1918 act to 366 schools today. Let me take a...

Health Infrastructure Plan (30 Sep 2019)

Matt Western: I welcome the Minister to his new position and congratulate him. We have a mental health crisis, as everyone is well aware. I want to highlight the predicament in Warwickshire, where the suicide rate is significantly higher—25% higher —than the national average. St Michael’s Hospital in Warwick has a fantastic reputation but, despite that, it is losing all its acute mental health beds...


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