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Written Answers — Scotland Office: Royal Fleet Auxiliary (24 May 2018)

David Mundell: Holding answer received on 23 May 2018 I have regular discussions with the Defence Secretary and other Cabinet colleagues on a number of matters. The National Shipbuilding Strategy stated that all non-warships, including the Fleet Solid Support ships (FSS) will be competed internationally, confirming the pre-existing procurement strategy for the FSS. The Strategy had collective...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Bus Services (24 May 2018)

John Bercow: I can only imagine that it was a noise of approval. Who knows? It may be a divisible proposition, but there we go.

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Heathrow: Third Runway (24 May 2018)

Kelvin Hopkins: May I suggest to the Secretary of State that a much cheaper and more practicable alternative to the Heathrow third runway would be to use the considerable spare capacity and long runway at Birmingham airport by electrifying and upgrading the Chiltern railway line and linking it to Crossrail? This would provide for a fast, direct, non-stop shuttle service between central London and Birmingham...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Train Timetable: Hitchin and Harpenden (24 May 2018)

Jo Johnson: The May 2018 timetable change will see about 90% of our services change. It is perhaps the single biggest timetable change in the country’s history and it will bring an extra 1,300 train services across our network. This is a very significant operational challenge. We recognise the disruption that is temporarily occurring in various places, and we are working carefully with train...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: South Eastern Rail Franchise (24 May 2018)

Jo Johnson: .... Gentleman will be aware that Lewisham is already a fully accessible station. In terms of the total numbers of passengers required to interchange, analysis by Department officials suggests that it may decrease in the next franchise.

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Topical Questions (24 May 2018)

Andy McDonald: Northern Rail issues may be the Secretary of State’s top priority, but what about the long-suffering passengers on Thameslink and Southern? This is the fault not of 400 hard-working timetablers, but of train companies that do not have enough drivers with the right knowledge in the right places at the right time. Is it not the case that these train companies have had years to prepare for...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: East Coast Railway Line (24 May 2018)

Jo Johnson: The change of operator is not expected to have any impact on this issue. We expect to provide additional services between London and Lincoln from May 2019.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Cycleways (24 May 2018)

Jesse Norman: The Government’s statutory Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy, published in April 2017, outlines £1.2 billion of funding that may be invested in cycling and walking in England over the period to 2021. Funding for cycling infrastructure in the rest of the UK is a matter for the devolved administrations. Since the Strategy’s publication, the Government has made further...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Motor Vehicles (24 May 2018)

Jesse Norman: The Government has taken a number of recent steps to reduce the use of illegal vehicle modifications, including illegal exhausts. As of 20 May 2018, vehicles will fail their MOT where evidence is found that emissions control systems have been tampered with. As announced in the Clear Air Strategy, new legislation will make tampering with an emissions control system an offence. DVSA has also...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Middle East: Peace Negotiations (24 May 2018)

Alistair Burt: ...regularly press both parties to resume direct negotiations towards a two-state solution. The Foreign Secretary spoke to Palestinian Authority President Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu on 16 May and reiterated the need for progress.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Noura Hussein (24 May 2018)

Harriett Baldwin: The UK Ambassador to Sudan raised our deep concern about Noura Hussein's case at a senior level with the Government of Sudan on 15 May, making clear our strong opposition to the use of the death penalty and to forced marriage. We released a statement on the same day in partnership with EU member states and others confirming our firm opposition to the death penalty and calling on all States to...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Peking University: Oxfordshire (24 May 2018)

Mark Field: Holding answer received on 24 May 2018 The British Council has discussed plans for the proposed campus at Foxcombe Hall with Peking University. This has included talks with the Communist Party’s Secretary for the University, Dr Hao Ping, as part of a wider dialogue on the future of UK-China Higher Education co-operation. Officials in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office have...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Israel: Palestinians (24 May 2018)

Alistair Burt: ...and discussed the importance of bringing forward proposals to adrress the situation in Gaza. The Foreign Secretary discussed the situation in Gaza with Jared Kushner in Washington DC on 7 May. Our Embassy in Washington DC also regularly discusses the situation in Gaza with US Government officials.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: USA: Foreign Relations (24 May 2018)

Alan Duncan: The Foreign Secretary spoke to his US counterpart about the President’s upcoming visit to London during his visit to Washington on 7 May. The Foreign Secretary made clear that we looked forward to welcoming President Trump in July.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Mental Health: Nurses (24 May 2018)

Jackie Doyle-Price: ...funding system for nursing, midwifery and allied health professional students, meaning that courses in these professions are no longer centrally commissioned. Further to the announcement of 9 May, the Government is considering the most effective way to implement the ‘golden hello’ incentive scheme for postgraduate nursing students. The current intention is that these...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Mental Health Services: Children and Young People (24 May 2018)

Jackie Doyle-Price: Data setting out estimated number of referrals to child and adolescent mental health services in the south east of England for 2016 (May to December), 2017 and 2018 (January and February) is included in the following table. 2016 (May-December) 2017 (January-December) 2018 (January – February) 4,415 15,315 4,570 It should be noted that this is a count of referrals and not of...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Learning Disability: Nurses (24 May 2018)

Stephen Barclay: ...sector to ensure students continue to apply for nursing courses, including learning disability nursing courses, up to the end of clearing in September 2018. Further to the announcement of 9 May, the Government is considering the most effective way to implement the ‘golden hello’ incentive scheme for postgraduate nursing students. The current intention is that these payment...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Brain Cancer (24 May 2018)

Lisa Nandy: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what plans he has to increase funding for research into brain cancer beyond those set out in his Department's press release of 14 May 2018 entitled Government announces £40 million for brain cancer research in honour of Tessa Jowell; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Department for International Development: Yemen: Cholera (24 May 2018)

Alistair Burt: In May 2018, the first phase of the first-ever cholera vaccination campaign was completed in the south of Yemen. More than 450,000 doses of oral cholera vaccine were supplied to protect vulnerable Yemenis from cholera. The UK paid for 25% of these doses. A further 860,000 doses of the vaccine have been made available to Houthi-held areas in the north of Yemen. However, the Houthis are yet to...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Academies (24 May 2018)

Nadhim Zahawi: Where a trust has failed to improve a school that was underperforming, Regional Schools Commissioners (RSCs) have intervened, and that may have led to the academy being transferred to a new trust. An academy may also apply to change trust arrangements voluntarily. For example, a single academy may want to join a multi-academy trust (MAT) because it wants to benefit from the greater capacity...


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