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Written Answers — Department for Business and Trade: Department for Business and Trade: Motor Vehicles (22 May 2024)

Alan Mak: ...to logistical and operational reasons the type of vehicles deployed at each department can vary on a daily or weekly basis. The GCS fleet currently has 122 vehicles, 58 (48%) of which are vehicles made in Britain.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Junior Doctors’ Pay (21 May 2024)

Alan Chambers: ...have seen a degrading of their real pay terms from 2008; in fact, I struggle to think of any such group that has not. That is what a decade of austerity at a national level does, and it has been made worse by a regular absence of political and budgetary certainty in Northern Ireland. Do those who demand full pay restoration for junior doctors also want to see pay restored to our police...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Waiting Lists (21 May 2024)

Alan Chambers: I thank the Minister for his response. I find it, frankly, shocking that, despite all the commitments that were made before and after the restoration of the Assembly and the Executive, when push came to shove, not a penny extra was allocated to target waiting lists. Will the Minister provide a snapshot of the numbers that could have been achievable had his bid been fully allocated?

Media Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 16 (20 May 2024)

Viscount Colville of Culross: ...by how much it would increase its spend in the nations and regions. It is leaving it up to Ofcom to decide the appropriate quota. Once again, Parliament is leaving an important decision to be made by Ofcom. As Bills pass through this House giving Ofcom increasing power, it is beholden on us parliamentarians to give the regulator guidance. Parliament, not Ofcom, should decide the national...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Energy Supply (17 May 2024)

Alan Whitehead: ...for Energy Security and Net Zero, whether the report on multi-region loose volume coupling by transmission system operators following the March 2022 Specialised Committee on Energy meeting will be made publicly available.

Scottish Parliament: Aggregates Tax and Devolved Taxes Administration (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (16 May 2024)

Fergus Ewing: ...in Willie Rennie’s. Companies such as Breedon Aggregates perform a vital role in our economy, albeit one that is largely out of sight. As the minister kindly alluded to, I worked with Alan Mackenzie of Breedon Aggregates, formerly of BEAR Scotland, who has lifelong experience in the area, and I believe that he and others in the industry have engaged with the minister and have...

Women’s State Pension Age: Ombudsman Report (16 May 2024)

Alan Brown: ...of the Department and, by default, this Tory Government. I welcome the robust comments of the ombudsman’s chief executive, Rebecca Hilsenrath, who has stated: “The UK’s national Ombudsman has made a finding of failings by DWP in this case and has ruled that the women affected are owed compensation. DWP has clearly indicated that it will refuse to comply. This is unacceptable.” I...

Women’s State Pension Age: Ombudsman Report (16 May 2024)

Alan Brown: ...of the Department and, by default, this Tory Government. I welcome the robust comments of the ombudsman’s chief executive, Rebecca Hilsenrath, who has stated: “The UK’s national Ombudsman has made a finding of failings by DWP in this case and has ruled that the women affected are owed compensation. DWP has clearly indicated that it will refuse to comply. This is unacceptable.” I...

Business of the House (16 May 2024)

Alan Brown: ...her father’s funeral. My office put in an urgent inquiry, but got minimal interaction, and unfortunately my constituent had to attend the funeral online. It turns out that had the decision been made in time, the need for a biometric card would have prevented her from travelling anyway. Can the Leader of the House make sure that the urgent ILR application process is just that, and find...

Business of the House (16 May 2024)

Alan Brown: ...her father’s funeral. My office put in an urgent inquiry, but got minimal interaction, and unfortunately my constituent had to attend the funeral online. It turns out that had the decision been made in time, the need for a biometric card would have prevented her from travelling anyway. Can the Leader of the House make sure that the urgent ILR application process is just that, and find...

Transport: Bus Manufacturing (16 May 2024)

Mark Harper: ...commitments under the World Trade Organisation, to specify that people have to buy British buses. He will also know that British bus manufacturers are very competitive. The Government have made support available to businesses through our Advanced Propulsion Centre and UK Export Finance. As I said to the hon. Member for Kilmarnock and Loudoun (Alan Brown), if the shadow Minister thinks...

Transport: Bus Manufacturing (16 May 2024)

Mark Harper: ...commitments under the World Trade Organisation, to specify that people have to buy British buses. He will also know that British bus manufacturers are very competitive. The Government have made support available to businesses through our Advanced Propulsion Centre and UK Export Finance. As I said to the hon. Member for Kilmarnock and Loudoun (Alan Brown), if the shadow Minister thinks...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Primary Care: Extreme Pressures (14 May 2024)

Cara Hunter: ...thanks to the advancement of multidisciplinary teams. I welcome today as an opportunity to talk through some of the most difficult challenges facing general practice and how we must see changes made urgently. The healthcare system in Northern Ireland is overstretched, underfunded and utterly overwhelmed. Primary care, being the bedrock of our health service, provides 95% of the care that...

Justice: Employment Tribunal Panels (14 May 2024)

Alan Brown: What recent assessment he has made of the effectiveness of proposed reforms to employment tribunal panels.

Justice: Employment Tribunal Panels (14 May 2024)

Alan Brown: What recent assessment he has made of the effectiveness of proposed reforms to employment tribunal panels.

Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill - Second Reading (13 May 2024)

Lord Arbuthnot of Edrom: ...learned Lord, Lord Burnett. I am grateful for what he said and for the immense amount of work that he has put into this most terrible of problems. I want to comment on some of the points that he made during his remarks, but I am grateful to him. In the face of one of the most widespread injustices in this country—we all know the background—we needed to do something. This Bill is the...

BBC Mid-term Charter Review ( 9 May 2024)

Damian Collins: ...very differently in the past, and that David Attenborough commissioned the entire series without having to ask for the director-general’s opinion; he just did a 14-part epic of factual content. Alan Clark’s father, Kenneth Clark, opens the “Civilisation” series by asking, “What is civilisation?” He says, “I don’t think I can define it, but I think I recognise it when I see...

Miners and Mining Communities ( 9 May 2024)

Emma Lewell-Buck: ...mentally and physically: it is utterly soul-destroying. There is one heartbreaking story that all of us in South Shields are sadly familiar with: that of a lovely family man and colliery engineer made redundant who, after dropping his children off at school, put a chain across the front door, wrote a goodbye letter to his family, climbed up the stairs, went into his bathroom, poured petrol...

UK Trade Performance - Statement ( 7 May 2024)

Lord McNicol of West Kilbride: ...that the impact on the UK was minimally positive at best. If that is the most we can hope for from this Government, we really are in need of a new one. In her speech, the Secretary of State made no mention of the Government’s MoU—memorandums of understanding—programme with individual US states. Do the Government now consider them to be a success—I am sure that the Minister will...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Housing Crisis on the North Coast ( 7 May 2024)

Gordon Lyons: ...will allow it to consider the changes required to the regulatory environment in its totality to ensure sustainable growth. The Department for Infrastructure could look at the reforms that have been made in England. The Welsh Government have introduced powers for councils to charge a council tax premium of up to 300% on second homes. Obviously, that will require consideration by colleagues...


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