Results 161–180 of 800 for vaccine damage

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Medicines and Medical Devices: Unfettered Access (17 May 2021)

Pam Cameron: ...to the threat to the supply and the choices available to local health and social care services. Access to clinical trials and accessing new developments in the production of medicines, including vaccine supplies, would be threatened and, at the very least, slowed down. Who among us feels that that is the best deal and the best for the health and well-being of those whom we represent? The...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (3rd Day) (13 May 2021)

Lord Stewart of Dirleton: ...change and the road to net zero, we can enjoy the fruits of our freedom and flexibility outside the European Union’s institutions, the single market and the customs union. The UK’s independent vaccine programme is leading us out of lockdown. Outside the common agricultural policy, we will reward sustainable farming practices so that, in England, farmers can produce healthy food at a...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (2nd Day) (12 May 2021)

Lord Dodds of Duncairn: ...The gracious Speech rightly began with reference to the national recovery from the terrible pandemic that we are still going through. It is right that we should recognise the immense success of the vaccine rollout and enormous amount of economic and financial support that has been poured in to sustain jobs in all parts of the United Kingdom. That has to be acknowledged and welcomed, and...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (11 May 2021)

Meg Hillier: ...but I absolutely agree with what he says; I used to use that as an example of how it can be done affordably and well. But we have a disconnect in government on this issue. We have discussions about vaccine passports and talk about ID, but not ID cards. We have talk about vaccine passports by an app, but without ID. If vaccine passports are ever going to work, we need some form of...

British Meat and Dairy Products: Online Scams: Consumer Protection (28 Apr 2021)

Victoria Atkins: ...tackle these crimes. We must ensure the private and public sectors prioritise preventing these types of frauds. That is critical to preventing the harms that we have heard about and the economic damage to our businesses, and disrupting the organised criminals who perpetrate these crimes. To do that, the Government are taking steps to ensure that fewer people fall foul of these scams. The...

Insolvency (28 Apr 2021)

Paul Scully: ...extension on the Floor of the House. It is now more than a year since the emergence of covid-19, and the Government have consistently taken the swift action needed to save lives and mitigate damage to the economy. The Government’s successful roll-out of the vaccine programme and the implementation of the Government’s four-step road map out of lockdown are both reasons for cautious...

Prime Minister: Engagements (28 Apr 2021)

Boris Johnson: ...bitter, very difficult decisions, as they would be for any Prime Minister, because no one wants to put this country into a lockdown, with all the consequences that means for loss of education, the damage to people’s life chances, and the huge medical backlog that it entails. But it was thanks to that lockdown—the tough decision that we took—and thanks to the heroic efforts of the...

National Security and Investment Bill: Clause 4 - Consultation and parliamentary procedure (26 Apr 2021)

Chi Onwurah: Let me start by welcoming the Minister to the National Security and Investment Bill, and I would like to wish his predecessor well in his work on the vaccine roll-out. I would also like to thank colleagues in the other place who have worked so hard to improve this Bill, and the Members of both Houses who scrutinised its important provisions. Labour is the party of national security, and has...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statements: British-Irish Council: Misuse of Substances (26 Apr 2021)

Colm Gildernew: ...the people who live there, who enjoy and like to visit that area of natural beauty feel a sense of deep regret for that loss. I ask everyone to be conscious of fire safety and the impact that the damage caused by carelessness or, indeed, the deliberate lighting of fires can have. I also welcome the fact that the vaccine programme is now rolling out fully to 35- to 39-year-olds and...

Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 92 - Extension of temporary 5% reduced rate for hospitality and tourism sectors (20 Apr 2021)

Pat McFadden: ...in the tourism and hospitality sectors. Today’s unemployment figures show that it is young people more than any others who have borne the brunt of the job loss impact over the past year. The vaccine programme of course gives us great hope and a platform for the cautious reopening of the economy, but only two in five hospitality businesses have outside space. Most of them are still not...

National Security and Investment Bill - Report: Amendment 2 (15 Apr 2021)

Baroness Neville-Rolfe: ...the fact that it is not only jobs but both R&D spend and cultural support that tend to go with the head office of a company or group. Decades of such highly leveraged deals have contributed to damage in this respect. Think of aerospace pioneer Cobham and satellite service provider Inmarsat. As an aside, how lucky those of us who have benefited from its vaccine are that AstraZeneca held out...

Strength of the UK’s Armed Forces (14 Apr 2021)

Marie Rimmer: The British military are currently engaged in their biggest ever homeland military operation in peacetime: the battle against covid-19. For the past 12 months, they have set up testing sites and vaccine centres and even administered the jabs themselves. Our armed forces have proven once again that they are our ultimate emergency service. I do not wish to pre-empt the inquiry into the covid-19...

Finance (No. 2) Bill (13 Apr 2021)

George Freeman: ...and to follow the hon. Member for Glasgow Central (Alison Thewliss), principally because I can say how wonderful it is that the Scottish people have enjoyed the benefits of this great British vaccine success. It has been enjoyed by the entire United Kingdom, and funded by our deep commitment to UK life science, which comes from the United Kingdom Government. The great Scottish cluster...

Covid-19: One Year Report - Motion to Take Note (25 Mar 2021)

Lord Davies of Brixton: ...with the pandemic. This is against not just the number of deaths we have experienced but the long-term effects we will suffer, including both the effects of the illness itself and the collateral damage that it has inflicted on so many families and other human relationships more generally. My sympathy goes to those who have been directly affected; they make it all the more imperative that...

Coronavirus (25 Mar 2021)

Greg Clark: ...First, the road map was set based on an assessment based on evidence that is more than six weeks old. It did not have the advantage that we now have of the experience of what has happened since the vaccination programme returned results. What we know, very happily, is that the assumptions made were much more pessimistic on vaccine take-up and vaccine effectiveness than have come to be...

Online Anonymity and Anonymous Abuse (24 Mar 2021)

Siobhan Baillie: ...…yet people voted for the ass licking vile piece of slime.” Lovely—and I could go on and on. I do not have enough time to properly address other reports of dangerous antisemitism, fake news, vaccine misinformation, deliberate reputation ruining and online fraud. That is on top of the daily legal but harmful harassing-type behaviour, plus posts that have the veneer of a justified...

Scottish Independence Referendum — [Caroline Nokes in the Chair] (22 Mar 2021)

Iain Stewart: ...had their full educational development this year, or how to clear the backlog of some 40,000 criminal and civil legal cases. There are so many issues they could have talked about, including the vaccination programme—of course, the SNP wanted the UK to be part of the EU’s vaccination programme and procurement, so perhaps that is why they did not want to talk about that. But no, they...

World Water Day (18 Mar 2021)

Anna McMorrin: ...home, that the necessary equipment is built for new wells closer to home, and that there is money in place for preventive measures. We know, however, that this Government have announced severe and damaging cuts, which will have a direct impact on Rosemary. As well as scarcity, there is the increasing weaponisation of water. Naza, a young Syrian woman, told me, “It is always the innocent...

Backbench business: Social Care Reform — [Dr Rupa Huq in the Chair] (18 Mar 2021)

Philippa Whitford: ...and that co-payments are, therefore, growing markedly. Taxation still provides the greatest solidarity and security. The Secretary of State has announced plans to reverse some of the most damaging aspects of the Health and Social Care Act 2012 and promote integration of health and social care. Of course, the devil is in the detail, and there was very little of that about social care in the...

Business of the House (18 Mar 2021)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: ...gone on because it was urgent and it was fairly done. Contracts were awarded, broadly, so that we went from 1% of PPE being produced domestically to 70%, as well as the phenomenal success of the vaccine roll-out. Governments have to be fleet of foot, and bureaucracy is not always the antidote to corruption. Indeed, bureaucracy itself can sometimes be the cause of corruption. I share the...


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