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Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Agriculture: Employment (16 Sep 2022)

Mark Spencer: ...s Points Based System, under which EU and non-EU citizens are treated equally. The Skilled Worker route is open to all nationals who wish to come to the UK for the purpose of working in a skilled job they have been offered; with people awarded points for a job offer at an appropriate skill level, meeting the appropriate salary threshold and if they speak English to an appropriate level.

Written Answers — Treasury: Taxpayer Protection Taskforce (16 Sep 2022)

Richard Fuller: ...Taskforce. This enabled HMRC to significantly extend work to tackle fraud and error in the COVID-19 support schemes that HMRC administered (Self Employment Income Support Scheme, Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and Eat Out to Help Out). These payments were grants rather than loans. HMRC does not administer or undertake compliance of other COVID-19 financial support packages, such as...

Written Answers — Treasury: Taxpayer Protection Taskforce: Staff (16 Sep 2022)

Richard Fuller: ...Taskforce. This enabled HMRC to significantly extend work to tackle fraud and error in the COVID-19 support schemes that HMRC administered (Self Employment Income Support Scheme, Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and Eat Out to Help Out). These payments are grants rather than loans. HMRC does not administer or undertake compliance of other COVID-19 financial support packages, such as Bounce...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Poverty: Children (15 Sep 2022)

David Rutley: ...) than children in a household where nobody works. In 2020/21, there were 200,000 fewer children in absolute poverty before housing costs than in 2009/10. To help parents into work, our Plan for Jobs continues to provide broad ranging support for all jobseekers with our Sector Based Work Academy Programmes (SWAP), Job Entry Targeted Support and Restart scheme. Through a staged roll-out,...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Inland Waterways: Bridges (15 Sep 2022)

Lord Palmer of Childs Hill: To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the job creation and recreational opportunities of repairing broken swing bridges to allow access to inland waterways; and whether they will direct Peel Ports to repair the swing bridge in Faversham.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Refugees: Ukraine (14 Sep 2022)

David Rutley: ...access appropriate training through our Sector based work academies and other provision, including English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) training, and support through the range of Plan for Jobs provision. A large number of employers have come forward in response to the situations in Afghanistan and Ukraine with job vacancies which are open to any potential applicant. These...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Driving Tests: Waiting Lists (13 Sep 2022)

Lucy Frazer: ...do this. These include offering a national recovery allowance and annual leave buy back to examiners, asking all those qualified to conduct tests, but who do not do so as part of their current day job, to return to conducting tests, conducting out of hours testing (such as on public holidays and weekends), and resuming the number of driving tests per day to seven for each full-time...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Defence: Employment (13 Sep 2022)

Damien Moore: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what steps his Department is taking to support defence jobs in (a) Merseyside and (b) Lancashire.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Government Departments: Birmingham (13 Sep 2022)

Julian Knight: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, how many jobs have been created in the West Midlands as a result of the establishment of the cross-Government hub at 23 Stephenson Street in Birmingham.

Written Answers — Women and Equalities: Equal Pay (13 Sep 2022)

Amanda Solloway: ...salary history particularly disadvantage women's confidence in pay negotiations. On International Women’s Day this year, we called on all employers to provide salary information in all of their job adverts, and to stop asking about previous salary during recruitment. We recognise that some employers may find it challenging to take these steps, due to historic pay decisions and lack of...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Spanish Practices (3): Spanish Practices (3) (13 Sep 2022)

Sadiq Khan: ...have access to the appropriate technology they join Microsoft Teams meetings. Most operational staff e.g., drivers, maintenance staff and station staff do not attend meetings as part of their day jobs and do not use Zoom. Transport for London’s default video platform is Microsoft Teams.

Tributes to Her Late Majesty the Queen (10 Sep 2022)

Paul Beresford: ...billion people who make up the Commonwealth. The Commonwealth is vital to our position and to some sanity on this Earth. We now look to our new King to continue the Queen’s success. It is a huge job. I wish him well because he is filling some huge shoes that were worn by a very small, but enormously successful, lady. I wish him well and pray that it works as well as it did with his mother.

Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - Tributes (Continued) (10 Sep 2022)

Lord Popat: ...to Zambia, alongside the Countess of Wessex, and attended his funeral. What I did was only a fraction of the work the Queen did day in, day out, and I got a slight insight into the pressure of the job. I was also honoured to receive a number of Heads of State on her behalf. The welcome she gave and the humility she showed to those Heads of State are to be admired. The 21,000 engagements...

Tributes to Her Late Majesty The Queen (9 Sep 2022)

Daisy Cooper: ...a year, for Commonwealth Heads Of Government meetings, Commonwealth youth meetings and the annual multi-faith, interfaith Commonwealth Day service and reception, she was literally part of the day job. The Queen and the Commonwealth—the only modern intergovernmental organisation like it—were inseparable. Each year, we Commonwealth Secretariat staffers loved celebrating the diversity of...

Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - Tributes (Continued) (9 Sep 2022)

Lord Sterling of Plaistow: ...to the Queen and the Queen was very much in favour. They had a ballot among all the people working for the palaces—the lot—but not at a high level. These were the people doing the down-to-earth jobs. Yesterday was the day they came on board to visit “Gloriana”, the Queen’s row barge, at Chelsea. We had a great turnout, and the Queen’s royal bargemaster and all her watermen rode...

Free School Meals and Child Poverty (8 Sep 2022)

Kelly Tolhurst: .... The Government are committed to a sustainable, long-term approach to tackling poverty—especially child poverty—and supporting people on lower incomes. There are currently about 1.27 million job vacancies across the UK, and we believe that the best and most sustainable way of tackling child poverty is to ensure that parents get the right sort of help and support to move into work. We...

Women and Equalities Committee: Coastal Communities (8 Sep 2022)

Lia Nici: Yes, I will write to the hon. Gentleman with those details. Thanks to the coastal communities fund, more than 7,000 jobs have been created, 2,000 existing jobs have been safeguarded, thousands of training places for local people have been produced and more than 3 million visitors were attracted to coastal areas. It is estimated that those visitors brought hundreds of millions of pounds of...

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill: New Clause 7 - Obtaining etc material benefits from a foreign intelligence service (8 Sep 2022)

Thomas Tugendhat: ...a long time ago on updating our Terrorism Acts. This debate is not about that, but there are various reasons why I took that seriously so many years ago and why I am very pleased to be doing this job. I accepted this job from the Prime Minister because this is a matter that I think is of enormous importance in the United Kingdom, particularly today. I will not go into the details of it,...

Social Security (Special Rules for End of Life) Bill [Lords]: Clause 1 - Rules to apply where death expected within 12 months (8 Sep 2022)

Patrick Grady: That is quite helpful. In the spirit of consensus, I think I would say that this is not job done. That is what I was trying to achieve with my amendment. The passing of the Bill is not where the Government tick a box and everyone pats themselves on the back and goes away. We will have to keep the impact of this under review. Yes, people both north and south of the border will have to look at...


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