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Leaving the EU: Impact on the UK (17 Mar 2021)

Paul Holmes: ...disruption to UK services that she so complains about from the SNP Front Bench. The SNP extols the virtues of European Union ties, but the SNP and the Labour party were major proponents of the EU vaccine scheme. The Scottish National party’s Constitution Secretary—the very person responsible for devising the arrangements for Scottish separation—was promoting the EU scheme and...

Research and Development Funding — [Peter Dowd in the Chair] (17 Mar 2021)

Daniel Zeichner: ...there ever been a time when the public were so interested and indebted to the work of our researchers? Quite simply life-saving and life-changing, with huge social and economic consequences, the vaccine development is not the subject for today. The research and development, the research institutions and universities that support them are a cause for global celebration and thanks. That...

Scotland: General Election and Constitutional Future (17 Mar 2021)

David Duguid: ...day debate, not to discuss what more we can do to work constructively together and drive our recovery from covid-19, but instead to promote separation and the pursuit of another divisive and damaging referendum on independence. The motion does not focus on anything practical or suggest solutions to the real challenges facing people at the moment. It does not propose ideas for how we can...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Welfare Support (16 Mar 2021)

Alex Easton: ...mitigation measures for the next financial year and where we are with the review. We all know that the financial impact of the pandemic has been severe and that the ongoing restrictions are deeply damaging to our economy. Those points are well known and do not need to be repeated at length. However, there are several points that I wish to make about the depth of the economic crisis that we...

Covid-19: Impact on Education — [Mr Laurence Robertson in the Chair] (15 Mar 2021)

Jim Shannon: It is a pleasure to speak on this issue and to discuss education and covid-19. The long-term damage to our children’s education and social skills is something I have been incredibly concerned about. In February, I was able to highlight to the Minister, during the debate in the main Chamber on the roadmap to education, the work of the Northern Ireland Education Minister and the Northern...

National Carers Strategy (12 Mar 2021)

Barbara Keeley: ...strategy to give carers the support they need. There are a number of areas the Government should be considering as a priority in both the short and longer terms. The first is the issue of covid-19 vaccinations. This is a short-term priority, but many carers still have not been told when they can expect to receive their vaccinations. The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation has...

Backbench Business: [David Mundell in the Chair] (11 Mar 2021)

Jim Shannon: ...what it is like to live with a disease. In my case, it is high blood pressure and diabetes, not heart disease. At present, it is not possible to cure heart failure, as there is no way to repair damaged heart muscle, so people with that condition can live their lives dealing with severe fatigue and shortness of breath, among other symptoms. A young lady called Tara Loughlin from Ballyclare...

Income Tax (Charge) (3 Mar 2021)

Ian Blackford: ...moment—a moment when people right across these islands can have faith that the end of the pandemic is finally in sight. Just as millions of people are now being injected with the hope of the vaccine, this Budget should have injected the economy with the stimulus package that it desperately needs. The Institute for Public Policy Research advised the Government to “boost...like Biden”,...

Scottish Parliament: Scotland’s Recovery (3 Mar 2021)

Annie Wells: ..., as we come together as one to face the collective endeavour, there are signs that we are nearing the end of the crisis. Thanks to the dedication of our treasured NHS staff, the UK’s outstanding vaccine roll-out programme and the efforts of the public, we are the most confident that we have been in months that the sun will soon shine on us once again. Although we hope that the immediate...

Covid-19: Cultural and Entertainment Sectors (2 Mar 2021)

Julian Knight: ...covid-19 hit, this was the fastest expanding part of the UK economy and it should be protected. In my position as Chair of the Select Committee on Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, I have seen the damage that has been done to this industry by covid-19. As part of our current inquiry into the future of UK music festivals and live events, we have been examining not just how the industry can...

Social Security (2 Mar 2021)

Justin Tomlinson: ...by the serious and often fatal diseases resulting from exposure to asbestos or other listed agents. The individuals affected and their families may be unable to bring a successful claim for civil damages in relation to their disease. This is mainly due to the long latency period of their condition, but they can still claim compensation through these schemes. These schemes also aim, where...

Business of the House (25 Feb 2021)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: It is indeed reckless to subscribe to the anti-vaccine effort, but I point to the success of the roll-out of the vaccine in this country, with 18 million people now having received at least one dose. That has led to a decline in hospital admissions and a decline in deaths. It is an enormously successful roll-out, with extremely high take-up and no reports of any damaging side effects. It has...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (No. 2) (Amendment No. 2) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2021 (23 Feb 2021)

Pam Cameron: I thank my colleague for that intervention and agree wholeheartedly. There is much work to be done to catch up and to alleviate the damage that has been done in the past year. We should not underestimate the stress and mental health pressure that so many have been under, not least those who work in the care home sector, on COVID wards and in ICU. I do not know how we can ever repay all those...

Covid-19 (22 Feb 2021)

Christine Jardine: A year ago, covid-19 was a distant threat. Today, it has claimed more than 100,000 lives and damaged tens of thousands more in this country. In its wake, it has left us with the worst death rate in Europe and an ailing economy. We all, I am sure, welcome the terrific progress that has been made in vaccinating millions of people. It is that vaccination programme that will protect us all in the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Recovery and Investment Strategy (22 Feb 2021)

Diane Dodds: ...defeat. Northern Ireland is a great place in which to live, work and invest. I want to see us reach our full potential and grow our economy, but, to do so, we must recognise the frictions and damage created by the protocol. Unless we have full and unfettered access to our most important market in GB, we simply cannot maximise our opportunity for economic success. I listened with some...

Covid-19 - Statement (11 Feb 2021)

Baroness Brinton: ...as possible. We have known that this quarantine arrangement was coming in—leaks started in December. The BMA and other medical groups are concerned that those without GPs must have access to the vaccine. Last week, the Government announced that undocumented migrants can register with GPs for a Covid vaccine without fear of being prosecuted by the Home Office. This is good news, as we...

Covid-19 Vaccines Deployment - Statement (11 Feb 2021)

Lord Bethell: ..., the honest truth is that I cannot lay out a timetable for my noble friend. That will happen in the week of 22 February and the Prime Minister has made that clear. He is entirely right that the vaccine dramatically reduces hospitalisation and death. Target groups 1 to 4 account for nearly 90% of the deaths, so this is a dramatically improved situation. However, it does not remove the...

Scottish Parliament: Galloway National Park (11 Feb 2021)

Emma Harper: ...light at the end of the tunnel, and that light is shining on Galloway. With that in mind, I want to make it clear to the minister that I am not asking for immediate action. The Covid pandemic, the vaccine roll-out and repairing the damage from Boris’s Brexit are of primary importance. I am asking that we plan ahead for Galloway’s future and that the Government sets out its position on...

Policing (England and Wales) (10 Feb 2021)

Jessica Morden: ...pandemic, and police officers, who so often have to enter homes and non-socially distanced spaces, as well as dealing with disgraceful assaults, including spitting, are still waiting to receive a vaccine. The hon. Member for Kettering (Mr Hollobone) made an important point about the impact of assaults. Despite all this, that deeply ingrained, selfless commitment to keeping us all safe has...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Coronavirus: Research (5 Feb 2021)

Nadhim Zahawi: ...£6.5 million to investigate key questions, such as how long Covid-19 immunity lasts, why some people’s immune systems are better able to fight off the virus, and why some immune responses cause damage. The Humoral Immune Correlates of Covid-19 consortium, led by the University of Cambridge and Royal Papworth Hospital, will receive £1.5 million to study molecules produced by the...


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