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Written Answers — Home Office: Home Office: Contracts (23 Feb 2018)

Caroline Nokes: used on those contracts where the additional cost is justified by the level of benefits and risk. Standard clauses are published as part of the government’s Model Services Contract. Details may be found on the following links: y-note-0516-open-book-contact-management...

Written Answers — Home Office: Undocumented Migrants (23 Feb 2018)

Caroline Nokes: ...the ethnicity, race or religion of people who make immigration applications by type of application subsequent to being encountered on immigration enforcement operations and detained. Any data that may be captured is not held centrally and could only be obtained at disproportionate cost.

Written Answers — Home Office: Undocumented Migrants (23 Feb 2018)

Caroline Nokes: The Department does not routinely collect data on the ethnicity, race or religion of people who are encountered on immigration enforcement operations and subsequently detained. Any data that may be captured is not held centrally and could only be obtained at disproportionate cost.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Offenders: Insurance (23 Feb 2018)

John Glen: a rating factor. The respective capabilities of insurers to assess risk is a key element on which they compete. We do not prescribe the terms, conditions or price that insurance companies may set when offering insurance. This competition is important and should lead to better products and lower prices for consumers overall. However, when a conviction has been spent, it need not be...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Commercial Broadcasting: Radio (23 Feb 2018)

Margot James: The commercial radio deregulation consultation closed on 8 May 2017 and the government response was published on 18 December 2017. The next phase is for DCMS to begin the detailed work to develop the new legislative structure and to bring forward legislation prior to analogue licenses coming up for renewal in 2022. Legislation will be brought forward when Parliamentary time allows. We...

Written Answers — Women and Equalities: Equal Pay (23 Feb 2018)

Victoria Atkins: ...that this number has changed and it will continue to do so. Employers change in size, often as a result of mergers and restructuring. Many businesses also have a number of subsidiaries, some of which may be in scope. We work closely with employers to ascertain who is required to report in light of this. Over 1,000 employers have already reported and more employers report every day. The...

Disabled People and Economic Growth: City of London Corporation: Pensions (22 Feb 2018)

Rishi Sunak: on record my concern that the regulations do not seem to have been followed in this case. My clear view is that on the facts available to me at this time an IRMP ought to have been engaged in 2002. If the hon. Lady believes it may serve some purpose, I would be very happy to write formally to the corporation and ask it to justify this omission to me. On the hon. Lady’s other...

Nuclear Safeguards Bill - Committee (1st Day) (Continued) (22 Feb 2018)

Lord Fox: My Lords, this may be an opportunity for the Minister to play an uncharacteristic square drive. I support the amendment and, with the authority of the Delegated Powers Committee behind it, I should have thought this is an opportunity to send us away with a song in our heart before the next helping. I cannot speak for the noble Lord, but I guess that if the actual definition of civil nuclear...

Disabled People and Economic Growth: Cancer Strategy (22 Feb 2018)

Steve Brine: ...for this subject, both upstairs in the APPGs and here in the Chamber. Looking at how many people are in the Public Gallery and around the Chamber, this is about quality more than quantity. I say to those watching today who may say, “This is a debate on the cancer strategy. This is so important. Why isn’t the House as full as it is for PMQs?”—this is not all about...

Backbench Business: Child Poverty: London (22 Feb 2018)

Kit Malthouse: ...of the housing committee on Westminster City Council, dealing with the heavy investment that we made in the Mozart estate in Queen’s Park at the end of the 1990s, as the hon. Member for Westminster North may remember. This issue has been of importance to me in the past and remains so. I emphasise from the outset that the Government are committed—the hon. Member for Mitcham and...

Backbench Business: Refugee Children: Family Reunion in the UK — [Dame Cheryl Gillan in the Chair] (22 Feb 2018)

Caroline Nokes: ...enables those recognised by the UNHCR as refugees to join close family members here in the UK. I have noted the concerns raised today that so-called family reunification under the Dublin regulations may no longer be available post-Brexit. However, Dublin does not confer immigration status simply because an individual has a family member in the UK. It is a mechanism for deciding the member...

Disabled People and Economic Growth (22 Feb 2018)

Eleanor Laing: ...Members significantly exceeded the time they ought to have taken. I was hoping that in a good-natured debate we might have some self-regulation, but that did not happen. In the next debate, therefore, I may have to impose time limits. Members in the next debate will have less time to speak because their colleagues in the last debate took longer than they ought to have. I will leave it to...

DfID Projects: Women and Girls - Question for Short Debate (22 Feb 2018)

Lord Smith of Hindhead: ...important role in changing the trajectory of female representation in all levels of society, by encouraging more girls to think about their possible life options and making sure they understand that they may have careers and that their lives are more than biological—more than simply marrying and having children? I believe that teachers have tremendous power and influence in this...

Nuclear Safeguards Bill - Committee (1st Day) (22 Feb 2018)

Lord Henley: ..., and to maintain close and effective co-operation with Euratom on nuclear safety. The Committee will be fully aware that the nature of our future relationship with Euratom is part of the next stage of negotiations, which is yet to begin. An implementation period may well be agreed and we hope that it is, but there are no guarantees. In any case, without such a period the United Kingdom...

Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review - Statement (22 Feb 2018)

Lord O'Shaughnessy: ...their agenda at any one time. That is not good enough. We need a consistent and compassionate approach to listening to concerns, scrutinising them properly and dealing with the consequences, which may entail no further action or could be anything up to a full public inquiry. That is what my noble friend will be dealing with and that will be a huge step forward. It will be precisely that...

Foreign Affairs Committee (22 Feb 2018)

Jim Shannon: involved.” Political events in Kurdistan-controlled areas and Turkey’s interactions have clearly cast a spell over the whole area. Did the Committee consider that Kurdish regional autonomy may be obstructed by Turkey, which is very obvious? However, is it possible that Iraq and Syria may consider it an option? Is it too late to give the Kurdish people the hope, vision and...

Business of the House: Point of Order (22 Feb 2018)

John Bercow: ...Committee statement. The Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee, who is poised and perched like a panther ready to pounce, will speak on his subject for up to 10 minutes, during which no interventions may be taken. At the conclusion of his statement, the Chair will call Members to put questions on the subject of the statement, and the hon. Gentleman will respond to those in turn. Members...

Syria: Eastern Ghouta - Private Notice Question (22 Feb 2018)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: The right reverend Prelate is right to raise this. I think that all of us have been shocked by the images that we continue to see. If I may digress, I will pay brief tribute to the White Helmets in particular, who are working in intolerable conditions, often helping their own family members. As regards the right reverend Prelate’s two questions, of course we hope that we will reach a...

Northern Ireland: Devolved Government - Question (22 Feb 2018)

Lord Duncan of Springbank: ...are not satisfactory, particularly against the issues which will face the people of Northern Ireland in coming months. We believe that the parties need to get together once again. I appreciate that noble Lords may be experiencing an element of déjà vu. That is not my intention, but the same ambition and the same need are there. They have not changed. Those two main parties and...

NHS: Charitable Donations - Question (22 Feb 2018)

Lord Brooke of Alverthorpe: ...contribution to the giver? Why will the Government not reveal the cost of treatment to people—after they have had it, not before, and only to those people who request it—so that in turn they may make a voluntary contribution, either in full or in part, towards the cost of that treatment? Why is there such difficulty in encouraging people to play a greater part, to give more and...

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