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EU Justice Sub-Committee: Intellectual Property and the Unified Patent Court.
Witnesses: (at 10:45 AM) Mr Daniel Alexander, 8 New Square Chambers Ms Charlotte May, 8 New Square Chambers Mr Trevor Cook, WilmerHale
Nadhim Zahawi: ..., currently have plans for nursery provision. In addition to this, four voluntary-aided (VA) primary schools have opened, one of these includes nursery provision. Some, or all of the VA schools, may be as result of local reconfiguration of schools in an area. As local authorities are responsible for approving VA schools, we do not hold information on the number of VA schools approved in...
Jo Johnson: ...terms of reference that were announced by the Secretary of State for Transport on 11th October 2018. Members of the panel will agree with the Chair the necessary time commitment to do this; this may vary across Members and during different stages of the Review. None of the members will be remunerated for their work.
Jo Johnson: ...future pay deals. We have made a similar request of the trades unions, with the aim of ensuring that the railway is affordable for the fare paying and tax paying public for decades to come. It may be appropriate to have above inflation pay where there are productivity or similar improvements.
Kelly Tolhurst: My Rt hon Friend the Secretary of State wrote to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) about the case on 16th May. The letter and the CMA’s response are available on the CMA’s website.
Robert Buckland: ...an informed decision about allowing police access to their personal information. This will ensure that complainants are aware of both how their digital devices or records will be examined and the use that may be made of any data obtained through that examination, including informing the complainant if it is to be disclosed to the defendant.
Steve Brine: The Tobacco Products Directive was transposed into United Kingdom law through the Tobacco and Related Products Regulations 2016 (TRPR). The Department has committed to review the TRPR by May 2021. As announced in the Tobacco Control Plan, the Government will review where the UK’s exit from the European Union offers us opportunities to re-appraise current regulation to ensure this...
Theresa May: I visit all parts of the United Kingdom regularly. Details of my visits within the United Kingdom are published on the gov.uk website.
Sarah Newton: ...updated guidance for Personal Independence Payment (PIP) case managers which will ensure that those who receive the highest level of support under PIP, and whose needs are unlikely to change or may get worse, will now receive an ongoing award with a light touch review at the ten year point.
Alok Sharma: ...recognises that the move to a single monthly household payment is a significant change for some claimants and where it is identified that a claimant is finding it difficult to budget monthly, it may be possible to have their Universal Credit divided over the month so it is paid more frequently, for example: twice monthly or, in exceptional circumstance, four times a month. These More...
Therese Coffey: ...waste, further details of which will be set in our upcoming Resources and Waste Strategy The Government is aware of the interest in biodegradable and compostable materials. While such materials may be seen as a solution to reduce the impact of waste, they can also be more environmentally damaging than non-biodegradable materials if disposed of incorrectly. The Government published a...
Lord Black of Brentwood: ...depend on the supply of well-trained teachers and professionals. If the decline continues over time, they, too, will find that they do not have the people to plug the gap as they do now. There may be glimmers of light now, but there is a danger that they will be snuffed out. To use one final musical analogy, I hate to say it but I fear that the speech we heard from the Minister was the...
Jo Johnson: ...will acknowledge, since the introduction of an amended timetable on 15 July. Services on the Brighton main line were some of the worst hit following the introduction of the timetable on 20 May, and I am glad that things are now improving. In fact, we have seen a public performance measure above 80% on Thameslink services through his constituency. Of course there is always room for...
Ordered, That, in respect of the Northern Ireland (Executive Formation and Exercise of Functions) Bill, notices of Amendments, new Clauses and new Schedules to be moved in Committee may be accepted by the Clerks at the Table before the Bill has been read a second time.—(Andrea Leadsom.)
Nigel Adams: ...ways, to encourage women to discuss their symptoms and needs. Hormone replacement therapy can be an effective way of relieving many menopausal symptoms, as well as preventing osteoporosis. Usually, women may start HRT as soon as they begin experiencing menopausal symptoms, and their GP can advise on the different types of HRT that are available. However, HRT is not always the most suitable...
Karen Lee: May I ask the Minister to respond directly to my comment that according to the figures out this morning—I know, because I was given them and asked to comment on them—the numbers of people training to be a nurse have dropped by just over 30% since the bursaries were withdrawn? The Government talk and talk about associate nurses and apprentice nurses, but there is not the take-up...
Victoria Atkins: ...Markets Authority is investigating independently, but I am pleased to note that the Select Committees on Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and on Environment, Food and Rural Affairs wrote a joint letter in early May to the CMA raising concerns about the impact that the merger would have on the grocery supply chain and asking for details on the approach of any investigation. The...
Lord Fox: ...I look forward to the Minister encapsulating the debate in his response. For what it is worth, I would characterise its mood as a slightly uneasy sense that we have been doing the right things but may have to do a lot more. The degree of uneasiness has varied from noble Lord to noble Lord but I fear that I sit at the pessimistic end of that spectrum. As the noble Viscount set out, we sit...
Baroness Hamwee: My Lords, does UKVI see itself as a service? Also, large as these sums may be to the individual, as the noble Lord said, they are very small in the context of government. What is the cost of collecting such amounts? Can that be shown as a set-off against the income derived? Indeed, does UKVI successfully collect that income?
Baroness Finlay of Llandaff: ...the Government recognise that separating children from a woman who has had the courage to come forward could act as a disincentive to other women to come forward? It is a major step. These children may, as they grow up, become vulnerable to abuse because they have not had security. We may need to rethink the way we manage support for families—with, for example, proxy support...