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Scottish Parliament: East Neuk First Responders (8 Feb 2018)

Aileen Campbell: ...are trained in a wide range of emergency skills, learning to use specialist equipment such as automatic external defibrillators and oxygen therapy to provide an early intervention in situations such as heart attacks or breathing problems before the ambulance crew arrives. By delivering these life-saving procedures, they are helping with patient survival and recovery. They also support...

Statutory PHSE Education — [Mr Laurence Robertson in the Chair] (6 Feb 2018)

Nick Gibb: ...not mind; I want to cover other people’s contributions. We also encourage teachers to draw upon high-quality resources in the classroom, including guidance on first aid and emergencies from the British Red Cross, St John Ambulance and the British Heart Foundation. The British Heart Foundation provides free teaching kits to secondary schools on CPR. The kits are reusable and no...

Scottish Parliament: World Cancer Day (1 Feb 2018)

Emma Harper: ...on a positive path. Richard’s motion mentions “positive actions”, such as “not smoking”. In Parliament, I convene the cross-party group on lung health. That involves working closely with the British Lung Foundation and Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland, which do important work in encouraging smoking cessation as part of the fight against lung cancer. Lung...

Written Answers — Department for Education: First Aid: Curriculum (30 Jan 2018)

Nick Gibb: ..., health and economic education compulsory. As part of this work, the Department has been in contact with teachers' representatives and parents’ bodies. The Department has also engaged with the British Heart Foundation, the British Red Cross and St John Ambulance. Discussions have considered whether first aid should be included. The evidence the Department gathers from these...

Scottish Parliament: St Andrew’s First Aid (30 Jan 2018)

Johann Lamont: I thank colleagues from across the chamber for their significant level of support for the motion, and for attending the debate. I also thank St Andrew’s First Aid, the British Heart Foundation and all those other organisations and volunteers who bring first aid to our communities day and daily, allowing events to take place and giving support to a range of groups across our communities....

Public Bill Committee: Taxation (Cross-border Trade) Bill: Preferential rates: arrangements with countries or territories outside UK (25 Jan 2018)

Peter Dowd: ...regulations a lower preferential rate of duty applying to goods originating from specific territories. It also covers a broad range of situations, including arrangements between the UK and a British overseas territory, free trade agreements negotiated with Britain and other countries, and a possible customs arrangement with a large economic regional organisation such as the European Union....

Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) (Amendment) Regulations 2018 - Motion to Approve (22 Jan 2018)

Lord Gardiner of Kimble: ...sulphur dioxide emissions reduction, 9% of the reduction for particulate matter and 22% of the nitrogen oxides emissions reduction needed to meet our 2030 targets. They are supported by organisations including the British Heart Foundation, the British Lung Foundation and the Royal College of Physicians. The regulations will encourage the use of cleaner plants and generators and will...

Scottish Parliament: Social Isolation and Loneliness (18 Jan 2018)

Monica Lennon: ...and Annie Wells for their recognition of our friends Jo and Brendan Cox. I also thank the many organisations that have provided helpful briefings for today’s debate, including the Mental Health Foundation, Age Scotland, the British Red Cross, the Co-operative Party—of which I should say that I am a member—Marie Curie and Voluntary Health Scotland. I hope that I have not...

Banks and Communities — [Mr Mike Gapes in the Chair] (11 Jan 2018)

Martin Whitfield: ...try to. As my hon. Friend says, we have high streets that have been hollowed out. We need to find a way to stop this hollowing out and fracturing. The banks form a crucial, fundamental part of the foundation of maintaining our high streets, which we need to maintain our community, and which we need to maintain our society. We have reached a tipping point now—a point of no...

Trade Bill (9 Jan 2018)

Liam Fox: ...for good future policy making. The time will come when we can begin to forge new trading relationships around the world, building a truly global, outward-facing Britain—a country at the very heart of international trade—but this Bill is not about those new relationships. Instead, it is about preserving and ensuring continuity. We want to protect the access to global markets...

Scottish Parliament: National Health Service (Winter Pressures) (9 Jan 2018)

Shona Robison: The staff of the NHS are the beating heart of the service. They have been nothing short of exemplary in the care that they have provided in the face of exceptional winter pressures. They have gone more than the extra mile, they have worked across and beyond boundaries, and above all they have continued to deliver safe and effective patient care in the most challenging of circumstances. I am...

Industrial Strategy - Motion to Take Note (Continued) (8 Jan 2018)

Viscount Chandos: ...churlishly that a Conservative industrial strategy is like the dog walking on its hind legs: it is not done well but you are surprised to find it done at all. As the co-founder 30 years ago this year of the Social Market Foundation, I was heartened by the advocacy of the social market by the noble Lord, Lord Howell. Indeed, the noble Lord, Lord Wrigglesworth, invoked the Social Democratic...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Health: Males (8 Jan 2018)

Jackie Doyle-Price: ...attitudes towards mental health. Time to Change launched the ‘In your corner’ campaign this year which is specifically aimed at encouraging men to talk about mental health. Another example is heart disease: the British Heart Foundation states that men are more likely to develop cardiovascular disease at an earlier age than women. In 2016 NHS RightCare launched the...

Climate Change: Health - Motion to Take Note (21 Dec 2017)

Baroness Walmsley: ...change can bring about dividends for public health, a notion which empowers the health and climate community to capture these co-benefits. More recently, the Lancet has pioneered the concept of planetary health. The foundation of this concept is the growing body of evidence that the health of humanity is intrinsically linked to the health of the environment. But by its actions, humanity...

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (19 Dec 2017)

Health: Brexit: the regulation of medicines, medical devices and substances of human origin. 2:30 pm; The Grimond Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: ...Boyd, President of Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine, Academy of Medical Royal Colleges Emma Greenwood, Director of Policy, Cancer Research UK John Maingay, Director of Policy and Public Affairs, British Heart Foundation Sir Hugh Taylor, Co-Chair, Brexit Health Alliance Hugo Fry, UK General Manager, Sanofi Warwick Smith, Director General, British Generic Manufacturers Association Phil...

Quality in the Built Environment (13 Dec 2017)

Jo Churchill: ...speed, but I ask the Minister what build standards are being driven into this new area of house building from the start. Organisations such as the Federation of Master Builders, the Royal Institute of British Architects, the Chartered Institute of Building, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the Construction Industry Training Board and others have an important role to play in...

Brexit: Human Rights - Question for Short Debate (12 Dec 2017)

Lord Keen of Elie: ...of human rights remains a priority for this Government. The principles that underpin our legal and justice framework have developed over many centuries, with the evolution of human rights at its heart. As the noble Lord, Lord Cashman, pointed out, history is important because it has taken time for these rights to develop, emerge, be recognised and upheld without qualification. We look back...

Education and Society - Motion to Take Note (8 Dec 2017)

Lord Taylor of Warwick: My Lords, I, too, thank the most reverend Primate for this timely debate. It was Aristotle who said: “Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all”. Education should be about understanding, not just memory. The whole-person view of education is clear from the Bible. Christ is spoken of as a teacher many times in the Gospels, and one of the most important...

Scottish Parliament: Air Quality (Low-emission Zones) (7 Dec 2017)

David Stewart: I thank the minister for advance sight of his statement. Labour welcomes the lowering of emissions as a strategy for improving air quality in Scotland. As the British Heart Foundation evidence makes clear, 80 per cent of deaths related to outdoor air pollution are due to heart disease or stroke. In Scotland, that deadly air pollution is most likely to come from traffic, and from older,...

Backbench Business: Deafness and Hearing Loss — [Steve McCabe in the Chair] (30 Nov 2017)

Steve Brine: ...the quality of services across the country. The framework has been developed with a range of stakeholders, including voluntary sector groups and professional representative groups, such as Action on Hearing Loss, which has been mentioned today, and the British Tinnitus Association—ditto—which are members of the Hearing Loss and Deafness Alliance. The guidance is crucial in...


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