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Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (28 Feb 2023)

Progress on the Heat and Buildings Strategy and plans to change the date of 2025 for banning the installation of gas boilers in new-build homes – the Bishop of Oxford. Oral questions

Building Safety - Statement (2 Feb 2023)

Baroness Taylor of Stevenage: ...out? In spite of so many promises over the last five years, millions of people are still living in buildings with dangerous cladding, and only 7% of flats at risk of fire have been fixed. Will a date be set by which remediation works must be completed? Is the contract with builders and developers sufficiently robust to ensure that it covers all the work necessary, and how do we ensure that...

Common Frameworks (Common Frameworks Scrutiny Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (2 Feb 2023)

Baroness Taylor of Stevenage: ..., I assume it is not in place already. Unfortunately, three recommendations have been rejected outright by the Government, including the suggestion that the frameworks analysis report should be updated. On this specific issue, can the Minister confirm whether the Government are refusing to update the report in any form, or whether they are just rejecting the specific recommendation to...

EU: Trade in Goods (European Affairs Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (2 Feb 2023)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: ...and specific issues that have been raised by noble Lords today. I shall share some of the other formal structures that have operated within the implementation of the TCA. We have seen exchange updates on major legislative developments, such as the discussion at the goods and trade specialised committee on the EU’s Chips Act and the carbon border adjustment mechanism. We have seen...

LGBT History Month (2 Feb 2023)

Stuart Andrew: ...—at times very moving—and funny, but it has been the House at its best. ve-line3The tone that all hon. Members have set in their contributions today has been a fitting tribute to an important date in our calendar. As we have heard, LGBT people have existed throughout history, long before the first Pride march wound its way through the streets of London in 1972. I put on record my...

Backbench Business: High Income Child Benefit Charge — [Graham Stringer in the Chair] (2 Feb 2023)

Martyn Day: ...”, and suggested that indexing the base threshold of £50,000 “would be a simple but effective solution to hundreds of thousands of households.” I am aware of a letter from the Treasury, dated 26 January 2023, that dismisses the suggestion to index the threshold of the charge as it “only affects a minority of Child Benefit claimants whilst helping to ensure the fiscal position...

Backbench Business: Cystic Fibrosis: Living Costs — [Carolyn Harris in the Chair] (2 Feb 2023)

Andrew Gwynne: ...I am really concerned that, although energy bills are predicted to rise to an average of £3,000 from April, the Government have still not yet set out their plans to support households beyond that date. Will they explain what is likely to happen, particularly for people with additional costs that they cannot do anything about because of the need for medical assistance? Extra support would...

Central Bank Digital Currencies (Economic Affairs Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (2 Feb 2023)

Baroness Penn: ...in-depth testing of the optimal design for, and feasibility of, a UK CBDC. Following this, a decision would be taken on whether to move into a subsequent build and testing phase, with the earliest date for any launch in the second half of the decade. We believe that this is an ambitious, yet feasible, timeline towards delivery and, as I have said, extensive stakeholder engagement and...

Omagh Bombing (2 Feb 2023)

Peter Kyle: ...by the absence of information or justice. They simply cannot see the logic in treating the crimes that shattered their lives as undeserving of the treatment announced today simply because of a date that appears to them suited to the needs of Ministers but not respectful of their needs as victims. I believe the Secretary of State to be a decent man. If he proceeds with the legacy approach...

Urgent and Emergency Care Recovery Plan - Statement (2 Feb 2023)

Baroness Blower: ...a full response on this. However, there is clearly an absolute urgency about the workforce plan, and noble Lords would have been very pleased to have heard something rather more specific about the date on which it would come before us. If it is in draft, perhaps he could go back and say, “Can we speed up the final drafting of it?” The Minister also used the word “realistic” on a...

Hillsborough Families Report: National Police Response - Commons Urgent Question (2 Feb 2023)

Lord Addington: ...but when it comes to a response in the spring, is there anybody in this Chamber who does not know that spring usually means autumn, at best? Can we not do a little better than that and give a firm date for this to occur, or at least a maximum deadline so that we can actually have some closure on this, which all those involved deserve?

CCTV - Question (2 Feb 2023)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: I cannot provide an update on dates by which those things will be commenced, but the noble Lord is right to point to the legislation that we have taken through, which grapples with this important topic, the scrutiny given in Parliament and the change that it will make to the regulation of these sensitive technologies.

Business of the House (2 Feb 2023)

Holly Lynch: ...would probably still be in the Committee corridor. Turning to my question, the Leader of the House will be aware that Shell announced record profits of £32 billion, which is the highest profits to date in its 115-year history. She will understand that that is utterly galling for so many of our constituents who are really struggling to pay their energy bills. Will she make time for a...

British Steel: Negotiations (2 Feb 2023)

Nusrat Ghani: ...that I deliver the best package for the steel sector that I can. My hon. Friend the Member for Gloucester (Richard Graham) talked about ministerial engagement with Jingye; I do not have all the dates in front of me, but there is engagement from the Secretary of State downwards, and of course I have meetings as well. Officials will be holding meetings with British Steel and others, too, so...

Cabinet Office: Public Procurement: UK-made Steel (2 Feb 2023)

Jessica Morden: ...Ms Ghani), said “there is huge scope for more procurement to take place in the UK.”—[Official Report, 25 January 2023; Vol. 726, c. 331WH.] Will the Cabinet Office commit to publishing up-to-date data on the Government’s record in using UK steel, because it has not been good enough so far, and to adopting ambitious targets across Departments on the use of domestic steel in public...

Cabinet Office: Topical Questions (2 Feb 2023)

Jonathan Gullis: Stoke-on-Trent is proud to still be the largest recipient of the levelling-up funding announced to date, and the second-largest recipient of the Places for Growth programme, through which we now have 500 Home Office jobs coming to our great city, with 100 jobs recruited, another 160 being advertised and the office due to open in March at Two Smithfield, a regeneration site led by Councillor...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy: Meters (2 Feb 2023)

Graham Stuart: Equality impact assessments are generally required when a new or revised policy or practice is being considered. The installation of prepayment meters is a long-standing practice dating back several decades and undertaken by privately-owned supply businesses. However, suppliers are required by Ofgem to assess whether installing a prepayment meter, including force-fitting one on customers in...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Dental Services (2 Feb 2023)

Neil O'Brien: ...dental care, including routine care. These will improve access to National Health Service dentistry whilst making the NHS dental contract more attractive to dental practices. Through regulations updates that came into effect on 25 November 2022, NHS dentists are required to update their NHS.uk profiles at least every 90 days to ensure patients have up-to-date information on where they can...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Probation Service (2 Feb 2023)

Damian Hinds: ...Probation Service (NPS) in June 2014. Table 1 – Probation Officers in England and Wales cumulative length of service1,2, as at 31 December each year from 2014 to 2021 and September 20223,4 Date Cumulative length of service of all probation officers 31/12/2014 1,969 31/12/2015 5,537 31/12/2016 9,801 31/12/2017 12,727 31/12/2018 15,522 31/12/2019 19,195 31/12/2020...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Employment Tribunals Service (2 Feb 2023)

Mike Freer: ...clarified in the course of proceedings but will be counted only once. Data from published statistics. The data may differ slightly to that of the published stats as this data was run on a different date, specifically for this request. Data is taken from a live management information system and can change over time. Although care is taken when processing and analysing the data, the details...


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