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GCSE and A-level Results: Attainment Gap - Question for Short Debate (8 Sep 2022)

Baroness Wilcox of Newport: ...in these unprecedented times are difficult for those who have to make decisions, but burdens are never shared equally and children will suffer unequally. After two years struggling to cope with job losses, the pandemic, pay cuts and rising costs, families with children have been hit the hardest once again by the worst inflation seen in four decades. I will leave the final thought to Imran...

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill: Clause 61 - Damages at risk of being used for the purposes of terrorism (8 Sep 2022)

Kevan Jones: ...Bill, I would back him 100%. However, I think that the measure is clumsy, that it will never be used, and that it will damage the reputation of this Bill, which some people have done a good enough job of doing as it is. The Minister certainly will not accept the amendment, but this is another issue that he might want to cogitate on, and decide whether it is worth the candle.

Women and Equalities Committee: Support for Local Food Infrastructure (8 Sep 2022)

Daniel Zeichner: ...initiatives. On food security for local economies, there have been a number of reports showing that money spent on local food produce results in money staying in the local area and creates more jobs per pound than if that money were spent in the supermarket. The Sustain report in July 2021 found that for every £10 spend with a local food box scheme resulted in total spending of £25 in...

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill: Clause 57 - National security proceedings (8 Sep 2022)

Kevan Jones: ...do so in this House rather than allow it to go to the House of Lords. It will not survive that process, and we need to be honest about that. It is far better that we do it, and actually do our job, which is scrutinising legislation. I said the other day, when the Minister was not here, that there is something that has built up over the last 21 years that I have been in the House: Ministers...

Public Bill Committee: Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: Clause 116 - Power to specify environmental outcomes (8 Sep 2022)

Paul Scully: ...more effective decision making and make reports more accessible to the public. The outcomes will be fairly high level and user-friendly, simply setting out environmental priorities. It will be the job of indicators underpinning those outcomes to measure the delivery towards the outcomes. Indicators will be created and outlined in guidance for the different types of plans and projects and...

Primary and Community Care: Improving Patient Outcomes - Motion to Take Note (8 Sep 2022)

Baroness Brinton: ...is one reason we have the problem that we do. The noble Baroness, Lady Masham, raised the issue of sick notes, and perhaps reforms are needed there. I make the point that that is one of those admin jobs that has increased and grown. It may be that we have to review how sick notes are dealt with. The noble Viscount, Lord Eccles, talked about his experience of community care and said he was...

UK Energy Costs (8 Sep 2022)

Dean Russell: ...world. We heard an important point about the fact that, by 2040, we want to be a net energy exporter. That means many things, including not just, importantly, our fuel security, but investment in jobs, investment in education, investment in skills and investment in business to make sure that we look ahead to the long term, so that we are not in this situation again—we do not want to...

Women and Equalities Committee (8 Sep 2022)

Caroline Nokes: ...we launched the inquiry, we discovered that, although things have improved, this is no time to be complacent. In 2019, Bupa published research showing that almost 1 million women had left their jobs due to menopause symptoms, and that many women are still facing stigma in society and at work and are struggling to get diagnosis and treatment. We launched the inquiry because menopause is an...

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill: Clause 52 - Fingerprints and samples (8 Sep 2022)

Stewart Hosie: .... That is not enough. Provisions on the ability to retain material indefinitely on whatever grounds must be justified in their own terms in this legislation. I know that the Minister is new to the job, so if he cannot do that now, he can write with that explanation, as the hon. Member for Halifax said. Notwithstanding the fact that we all want the maximum powers necessary to tackle the...

Public Bill Committee: Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: Schedule 11 - Infrastructure Levy (8 Sep 2022)

Rachael Maskell: ...opportunity presented by wind, solar and in other areas, this could be part of the solution, not only in relation to local energy prices and the costs that people are having to pay now, but also job opportunities on those sites and for future energy supplies. The fact is that other countries are ahead of us. We often focus on what is happening here in the UK, trying to get those plasters...

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill: Clause 48 - Reports on exercise of powers under this part (8 Sep 2022)

Kevan Jones: ...Bill. Knowing Sir Brian Leveson, the Investigatory Powers Commissioner, I know that system works well in terms of warrantry and so on. If we are going to give powers to our agencies to do their job rightly, we have to ensure that they are robust and reviewed as things change. I know the Minister is only a day or a bit into his job, so he might not be able to accept an amendment today, but...

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill: Clause 45 - Appeals (8 Sep 2022)

Kevan Jones: ...dangers he faces is being appointed to a position that he knows a lot about. That is always a downer for any Minister and strikes fear into the civil service. I wish him well, and he will do a good job. Throughout the entire Bill, there should be an ability for the individual to have recourse to appeal. That is not because I am somehow soft on terrorism or on the individuals we are dealing...

Horizon Europe - Question (8 Sep 2022)

Lord Callanan: There are some negative impacts: the current uncertainty is damaging for scientific co-operation. There are many researchers who want to get on with the job, and we have put in place transitional arrangements to help them in the meantime. We want all that co-operation to continue. The noble Baroness cites some good examples, and this is exactly why we want to associate to Horizon Europe. We...

Business of the House (8 Sep 2022)

Thangam Debbonaire: I thank the Leader of the House for the forthcoming business, and I join her tribute to the former member of staff. It is a pleasure to welcome the Leader of the House. As she dives into her new job, I hope it is not too cheesy to wish her all the best in making a splash. I also thank the right hon. Member for Sherwood (Mark Spencer) for his service. The Leader of the House’s brief is...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Infrastructure: North Wales (8 Sep 2022)

Robert Courts: By improving regional connectivity, the Integrated Rail Plan will unify labour markets so that people can access a much wider range of jobs; bring businesses closer together; and improve access to key international gateways and markets so that they become even more attractive locations for business investment. The Crewe Northern Connection would improve connections from North Wales to the HS2...

Written Answers — Wales Office: UK Shared Prosperity Fund: Newport West (8 Sep 2022)

Robert Buckland: ...up to March 2025. Communities in Newport will benefit from a share of the £278 million in UKSPF which has been allocated to the Cardiff Capital Region. This investment will boost productivity, jobs and living standards whilst empowering local leaders to restore local pride and a sense of community.

Written Answers — Wales Office: Railways: Wales (8 Sep 2022)

Robert Buckland: ...Severn Tunnel and improvements to Cardiff Central Station. By improving regional connectivity, the Integrated Rail Plan will unify labour markets, so that people can access a much wider range of jobs; bring businesses closer together; and improve access to key international gateways and markets so they become even more attractive locations for business investment. Crewe Northern...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: HM Courts and Tribunals Service: Sick Leave (8 Sep 2022)

Sarah Dines: The MoJ does not hold the information in the scope of the question. The data held in the HR database does not fully reflect the job titles specified and as such the sickness absence information in respect of the specified roles cannot be extracted.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: HM Courts and Tribunals Service: Sick Leave (8 Sep 2022)

Sarah Dines: The MoJ does not hold the information in the scope of the question. The data held in the HR database does not fully reflect the specified job titles, and as such the information in respect of sickness absence for the specified roles at Common Platform sites cannot be extracted.

Scottish Parliament: Ferries Procurement (8 Sep 2022)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...public services and public sector workers. Lastly, no, I do not regret the actions that the Government took to save Ferguson’s shipyard and ensure that those who were working there still have a job. That is important. We will continue to take action to ensure that the two ferries are completed. That work continues.


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