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Written Answers — Home Office: Slavery (30 Jan 2023)

Jess Phillips: ...payments for people awaiting a conclusive grounds decision in the National Referral Mechanism for Modern Slavery in financial years (a) 2019-20, (b) 2020-21, (c) 2021-22 and (d) 2022-23 to date.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Applications (30 Jan 2023)

Robert Jenrick: ...detailed datasets’. Information on how to use the datasets can be found in the ‘Notes’ page of the workbooks. Please note the Home Office does not publish this data by application date. It shows a snapshot of the last day of the quarter. The latest data relates to applications awaiting a decision as at 30 September 2022. Data as at 31 December 2022 will be published on 23 February...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Death: Statistics (30 Jan 2023)

Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, for what reason the Office for National Statistics stopped issuing mortality by vaccination status date statistics on 31 May 2022.

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Community Relations (30 Jan 2023)

Stuart Andrew: The Community Life Survey 2021-2022 is due to be published in February 2023. Further details on the exact publication date will be released by the end of January at nity-life-survey

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Public Libraries (30 Jan 2023)

Stuart Andrew: chairman of a new advisory panel to help develop a new strategy to make sure public libraries are providing the best possible service for their communities. More detail can be found here. To date she has had numerous meetings with organisations with an interest in public libraries’ work, and has led two roundtable sessions. The first on 13 January in Nottinghamshire focused on the...

Defence: AUKUS Submarines (30 Jan 2023)

Ben Wallace: ...and what is the right fit for its ambition: Britain or the United States’ existing fleet. I suspect that will come some time in March, if not in February, and I am happy to keep him up to date. We have put in a good proposition, and I am delighted he is meeting his counterpart, because our relationships matter.

Defence: AUKUS Submarines (30 Jan 2023)

Ben Wallace: ...and what is the right fit for its ambition: Britain or the United States’ existing fleet. I suspect that will come some time in March, if not in February, and I am happy to keep him up to date. We have put in a good proposition, and I am delighted he is meeting his counterpart, because our relationships matter.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Aircraft: Safety (27 Jan 2023)

Baroness Vere of Norbiton: ...legislative framework. The powers provided by section 60 of the Civil Aviation Act 1982, the revoke and restatement powers contained in the Bill, combined with the power to extend the sunsetting date for Retained EU Legislation to 2026, will allow us to maintain a comprehensive set of aviation regulations. The Government is committed to engaging with stakeholders to ensure policy...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: NHS: Drugs (27 Jan 2023)

Lord Markham: Medicines frequently go in and out of stock. The latest up to date information about medicine supply issues being managed by the Department is available in an online only format, on the Specialist Pharmacy Services website, which also hosts comprehensive management advice for NHS healthcare professionals.

Planning (26 Jan 2023)

Matthew Pennycook: ...the need to bring forward more. We absolutely agree. It is an indictment of this Government’s performance that after a decade of plan making, 59% of the country still does not have an up-to-date local plan. Although the proposed changes to the NPPF may well increase local planning coverage across England, they will almost certainly do so on the basis of numerous development plans that...

Holocaust Memorial Day (26 Jan 2023)

Stephen Crabb: ...delivered in the very best traditions of the House. We wish him all the very best for his time serving his constituents. It is a privilege to speak in this debate to mark Holocaust Memorial Day, a date that has become hugely important in our national life and in our parliamentary calendar. I congratulate my right hon. Friend the Member for Bromsgrove (Sajid Javid) on leading the debate...

Backbench Business: International Day of Education — [Mr Virendra Sharma in the Chair] (26 Jan 2023)

Patricia Gibson: I am very happy to participate in this debate, as an English teacher of 23 years before I was elected to this House. The International Day of Education is an important date in our calendar, and the theme this year is: “To invest in people, prioritise education”. I pay tribute to the hard work of the teachers in my constituency. I am currently undertaking my annual visit to my local...

Armed Forces: Resilience - Motion to Take Note (26 Jan 2023)

Lord Houghton of Richmond: ...depend on a brutal test of national resilience. We are a part of that resilience, if only by proxy, and it seems, if the words of the current CGS are to be believed, that our contributions to date have already undermined and prejudiced our national liability to NATO. The second example I offer is that, in pursuit of efficiency, we have created a defence industrial base in the UK which...

Joint Committee on the Draft Mental Health Bill (26 Jan 2023)

Daniel Poulter: ...on the Draft Mental Health Bill was formed on 4 July 2022 to scrutinise this important and urgently needed reform of mental health legislation. Our Committee has been working hard since that date. We held 21 meetings in just over 12 sitting weeks, spoke with more than 50 witnesses, received more than 100 submissions of written evidence, and engaged with affected communities through...

Wagner Group: Sanctions Regime - Commons Urgent Question (26 Jan 2023)

Lord Scriven: ...months ago. Once it was raised, did any government department do an assessment on this organisation? What was the outcome of that particular assessment, which stopped the organisation to date being banned?

Afghanistan: Women - Question (26 Jan 2023)

Lord Singh of Wimbledon: My Lords, the Taliban rely on a very extreme interpretation of dated Middle Eastern culture. Does the Minister agree that, if religion is to be a force for peace rather than the main cause of conflict, all religions must embrace the equality and dignity of women, and remove all attempts at propagating the superiority of some and negative attitudes to others?

Business of the House (26 Jan 2023)

Penny Mordaunt: ...a message to all those affected. This is an important issue for him as their constituency MP, and for many Members in this House. He will know the action that the Secretary of State has taken to date. I will make sure that the Secretary of State is aware of the concerns that Members have expressed and keeps all Members of this House apprised of what is going on to ensure that it is addressed.

Written Answers — Northern Ireland Office: Terrorism: Northern Ireland (26 Jan 2023)

Peter Kyle: ...United Nations Special Rapporteurs on the promotion of truth, justice, reparation and guarantees of non-recurrence and on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, reference OL GBR 10/2022, dated 12 July 2022, on the Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy: Temporary Accommodation (26 Jan 2023)

Stephen Farry: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, what recent steps he has taken to help ensure that the provision of energy support is not hampered by out of date names In (a) temporary and (b) accommodation.

Written Answers — Department for Education: Training: East of England (26 Jan 2023)

Robert Halfon: ...year to enable it to address the skills needs of the area. As set out in the Levelling Up White Paper, devolution of adult education funding has been a core part of all MCA devolution deals to date. The department has committed to devolving adult education functions and the associated core AEB to new areas from 2025/26, as part of new devolution deals. Over recent months, the department...

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