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Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme: Covid-19 (6 Sep 2022)

Philippa Whitford: ...the vaccines. It is a neurological condition that has caused him to have partial facial paralysis and problems with balance. That may sound minor, but he worked at heights in a majorly physical job and has not been able to work since spring 2020. He, and people like him, are terrified of the 60% disablement. He imagines that when he walks into a room, regardless of his facial appearance or...

Employee Share Ownership Schemes (6 Sep 2022)

George Howarth: ...changed in all that time and no longer reflect the modern workplace. The period that employees typically spend at a company has markedly reduced. Indeed, young people are often encouraged to move jobs more frequently to secure career advancement.

Employment Law: Devolution to Scotland — [Sir Edward Leigh in the Chair] (6 Sep 2022)

Jane Hunt: ...disadvantage workers by suppressing the free flow of labour between England and Scotland. Having this valuable free flow of labour is essential, as it increases the chances of workers finding the jobs that will make the most of their skills and employers finding the best employees for their businesses. Office for National Statistics data from 2019 estimates that around 68,000 people work...

Repatriation of Cultural Objects - Question (6 Sep 2022)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: My Lords, many museums do that; it is the job of museums to explain the context of items. In my experience, museums are very keen to continue filling in that, in all its complexity. In the case of the Benin bronzes, which were taken in a raid in February 1897, it points out the role of the British Empire at the time. I should also point out that that raid brought about the end of slavery in...

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill (6 Sep 2022)

Kevan Jones: ...on the Bill. We—me and my hon. Friends on the Opposition Front Bench—want to get the Bill into statute and provide our security services with the best weapons and ammunition for the difficult job that they do on our behalf. That has not been helped by the rather messy and squalid way in which the Committee has been dealt with today. Will the Whip consider giving the Committee an extra...

Sewage Pollution (6 Sep 2022)

Tim Farron: ...shareholder dividend and the executives giving themselves 20% pay rises, 60% in the form of bonuses. I do not know about you, Mr Speaker, but I thought bonuses were what you got when you do a good job. And all this is done legally, on the sanction of this Government. When will they make these discharges illegal and ensure that the water companies pump their profits into ensuring that they...

Peterborough Station Quarter: Redevelopment (6 Sep 2022)

Wendy Morton: Anglia Ruskin University campus and really put Peterborough on the university map—I can see my hon. Friend is nodding, and rightly so. It will also boost the economy and create more than 500 jobs. The local community and 1,700 students will benefit from a new interactive science lab and education space, called the Living Lab. Regeneration of the city centre brownfield site forms the...

Unavoidably Small Hospitals — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] (6 Sep 2022)

Rishi Sunak: ...I do not believe they always do as well as they could. Secondly, I echo my hon. Friend’s recommendation about booking appointments. That is a simple, practical thing and trusts can do a good job of it when members of the public have the option to travel to smaller hospitals nearby or to others further away and to get the timing of those appointments right. That has an enormous impact on...

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill (6 Sep 2022)

Maria Eagle: ...only that, but we started Committee stage in chaos, when a former Minister suddenly resigned. The poor old Whip, to whom I extend my greatest sympathies —it is not his fault; he is just doing his job—has now been placed in an utterly invidious position on two occasions in one Bill Committee. We started out with a Minister resigning, and now this Minister has indicated his intention to...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Small Businesses: Staff (6 Sep 2022)

Rosena Allin-Khan: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, what estimate he has made of the number of job vacancies in the hospitality sector; and what steps his Department is taking to help fill those vacancies.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Vacancies: Hitchin and Harpenden (6 Sep 2022)

Bim Afolami: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, if her Department will make an estimate of the number of job vacancies in Hitchin and Harpenden constituency as on 2 September 2022.

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Employment (6 Sep 2022)

Boris Johnson: I am proud of this Government’s record in protecting jobs and supporting employment across the country. As I leave Office, latest labour market statistics speak to the resilience of the UK economy: I am happy to clarify that we have a record number of employees on payrolls, unemployment close to its lowest point since 1974, and youth unemployment at a record low. This resilience is, in no...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for International Trade: Trade Policy Update (6 Sep 2022)

Anne-Marie Trevelyan: ...engagement within the Indo-Pacific region in support in increased security and prosperity. CPTPP will help the whole of the UK capture the benefits of global trade opportunities – by supporting jobs, wage growth and the levelling up agenda. The Department’s preliminary analysis from the CPTPP scoping assessment suggests that every nation and region of the UK could be set to benefit...

Scottish Parliament: Ferries (6 Sep 2022)

Ivan McKee: ...have already indicated, and the work continues to make the yard more competitive so that it can bid for and win more work on the open market. That is what this Government is focused on—saving the jobs, saving the shipyard and making sure that commercial shipbuilding on the Clyde has a future. If we had listened to others, we would not be in that position today, and we would not have...

Scottish Parliament: Programme for Government 2022-23 (6 Sep 2022)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...inflation, easing the wider cost crisis. Secondly, the freeze must be applied to businesses and to the public and third sectors. That is essential to stop an avalanche of business bankruptcies and job losses, and to prevent essential services being squeezed by the cost of heating schools, hospitals and other public and community buildings. Although a freeze in energy bills is absolutely...

Scottish Parliament: Programme for Government 2022-23 (6 Sep 2022)

Douglas Ross: ...generation of nuclear power stations, despite energy supply being a key driver behind the cost of living crisis. The SNP and the Greens would rather import American gas and Russian oil than support jobs and communities in Scotland. The First Minister got to her plans for a second independence referendum, which she intends to hold in October next year. At a time when Scots will be...

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Global Britain (6 Sep 2022)

Peter Dowd: The job interviews have taken a long time today. I cannot believe I am actually having to ask this question, but over the summer thousands of UK pensioners living in Canada had their pensions stopped as a result of proof of life forms not being sent to them and therefore not being able to be returned, pushing many of them into debt and having to borrow for basic bills. To reinstate their...

Ukraine Update - Statement (5 Sep 2022)

Viscount Stansgate: ...or accidentally into the territory of Russia itself? Secondly, in respect of the International Atomic Energy Agency visit, I am sure the Minister will agree that it has an extremely important job of work to do, but can the United Kingdom use its position as a permanent member of the Security Council to ensure that a report on the situation at that nuclear plant is available and discussed...

Telford Child Sexual Exploitation: Inquiry (5 Sep 2022)

Lucy Allan: ...,” he says, “Well, I was only three years old at the time.” I am heartened that all stakeholders have committed to implementing all the findings of this important report, and it is my job as Telford’s MP, as the representative of victims and their families and all young people in Telford, to ensure that the recommendations are implemented, and to seek updates on their progress. We...

Energy Bill [HL] - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 17 (5 Sep 2022)

Lord Callanan: ...the noble Baroness is wrong to provide the parallel with the existing water companies. I do not think that anybody is arguing that people who hold those licences are not fit and proper to do the job. There is a legitimate argument about levels of investment and how that money is being spent, et cetera. However, no one is arguing about their competence; the noble Baroness is trying to draw...

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