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Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Mental Health Services: Standards (8 Feb 2018)

Lord O'Shaughnessy: The Care Quality Commission (CQC) report The Rise in the use of the MHA to detain people in England, published on 22 January 2018, identified a number of issues which may have contributed to the rise in detentions under the Mental Health Act 1983. These issues include changes in mental health service provision and bed management, and the fact that patients may be admitted more frequently than...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Mental Illness: Financial Services (8 Feb 2018)

Lord O'Shaughnessy: The Government recognises the impact that debt may have on mental health and wellbeing and the difficulties that may be experienced by people with mental health problems in managing their debt. We know that mental health services, including Improving Access to Psychological Therapy services, can signpost patients to debt advice services as part of their care. General practitioner (GP)...

Written Ministerial Statements — Cabinet Office: Infected Blood Inquiry (8 Feb 2018)

Lord Young of Cookham: ...Brian Langstaff: a highly respected and hugely experienced High Court judge. I have accepted the Lord Chief Justice’s recommendation. Sir Brian will be the full time Chair of the Inquiry from 1 May following his retirement from the High Court. However, in order that those who have been affected by this tragedy face no further undue delay, he will use the intervening period to conduct...

Written Ministerial Statements — Ministry of Defence: National Memorial to British Victims of Overseas Terrorism (8 Feb 2018)

Tobias Ellwood: ...with the Memorial sensitively, and by the most appropriate part of Government at the time. The new, cross-Government Victims of Terrorism Unit is well-placed to consider this work. On 17 May 2018, on behalf of Her Majesty’s Government, I will be hosting a Dedication Ceremony at the site of the Memorial for families that have successfully applied online to attend. Further...

Written Ministerial Statements — Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government: Local Government improvement in Suffolk (8 Feb 2018)

Sajid Javid: ...to give effect to my decisions. My intention is that if Parliament approves this legislation the new councils will be established on 1 April 2019 with the first elections to the councils held on 2 May 2019. This statement has also been made in the House of Lords: HLWS447

Written Ministerial Statements — Cabinet Office: Infected Blood Inquiry (8 Feb 2018)

David Lidington: ...Brian Langstaff: a highly respected and hugely experienced High Court judge. I have accepted the Lord Chief Justice’s recommendation. Sir Brian will be the full time Chair of the Inquiry from 1 May following his retirement from the High Court. However, in order that those who have been affected by this tragedy face no further undue delay, he will use the intervening period to conduct...

Scottish Parliament: Broadband Connectivity (8 Feb 2018)

Bruce Crawford: ...in the Stirling area has been as a result of investment from digital Scotland superfast broadband compared with what it would have been without that investment? While the cabinet secretary may not be in a position to make any specific commitments today regarding faster broadband speeds for rural communities such as Kinlochard, Stronachlachar, Brig o’ Turk and Strathfillan in the...

Scottish Parliament: Victim Rights (Court Procedures) (8 Feb 2018)

Michael Matheson: ...the disposal is under challenge, in a subsequent report to the appeal court. The sentencing of convicted persons is usually announced orally in court and, in certain cases, a sentencing statement may also be published thereafter. The decision on whether to publish a sentencing statement is at the discretion of the independent judge in the performance of their judicial function; the...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Police Authority (Process for Appointment of Chair) (8 Feb 2018)

...take part in the process. Therefore, in that intervening period, the change that was made was one that could be made within the law that we are, frankly, bound by in making the appointment. Ruth Davidson may think—she may well be right—that there are in place for other bodies different processes that would be preferable. The point is that the process that we have to abide by...

Scottish Parliament: Police Scotland (8 Feb 2018)

...Richard Leonard, it has usually been the Scottish Conservatives, but some members of the Scottish Labour Party have done this, too—come to the chamber criticising the justice secretary, erroneously I may add, for inappropriately interfering in the work of the Scottish Police Authority. Today, they come here and stand up to demand that I, as First Minister, and the justice secretary...

Scottish Parliament: Regional Performance Centre (Dundee) (8 Feb 2018)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...review of business rates. Recommendations were made in that regard. Of course we do not want to put burdens on community sports facilities, as Derek Mackay has made clear. I understand that there may have been—or may be about to be—discussions between the finance secretary and Dundee City Council in respect of the Dundee regional performance centre, and I will ask Derek Mackay...

Scottish Parliament: Islands (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (8 Feb 2018)

Colin Smyth: ...clear that they have different meanings. Impact assessing something does not immediately guarantee that action will be taken to resolve any issues that the assessment raises, and there is a danger that describing the process as “island proofing” may raise expectations beyond what the bill will deliver. As Liam McArthur said, there is a case to be made for retrospective impact...

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Broadband and Mobile Phone Coverage: Rural Areas (8 Feb 2018)

Chris Bryant: May I urge the Minister to be much more sceptical about the figures given out by mobile phone companies and operators? In all honesty, looking at their maps on the ground, they have nowhere near the figures of which they boast.

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Tourism (8 Feb 2018)

Patrick McLoughlin: Bearing in mind what my hon. Friend has just said about Dorset, may I say that tourism is also incredibly important for the Peak district? We get more than 20 million visitors each year. What is Visit England doing to support tourist attractions in those areas and to show what is available?

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Leaving the EU: Film Industry Funding (8 Feb 2018)

Jamie Stone: Amid this tour of the UK, Derbyshire and Dorset, may I remind the Minister that the county of Sutherland in my vast and remote constituency offers huge potential for the UK film industry? We have some of the most majestic scenery and Dunrobin castle. What “Downton Abbey” did for Highclere, a new show could do for Dunrobin castle.

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Museums (8 Feb 2018)

Michael Ellis: Before I do just that, may I take this opportunity to congratulate my hon. Friend, because I understand that she has just got engaged? I also understand that it was her birthday in the last few days, so double congratulations.

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Digital Infrastructure (8 Feb 2018)

Martin Whitfield: ...directly with local authorities in Scotland in the near future on digital infrastructure, would the Minister agree to meet me, the local authority and, more importantly, disruptive local providers who may be able to give answers to some of the problems that we face?

Woodlands Hospice, Aintree (7 Feb 2018)

Jackie Doyle-Price: ...mean money. I pay tribute to all those involved in volunteering in hospices. That is a fantastic example of how communities come together to bring out the best in people, so I thank everyone involved in that work. Members may be reassured to hear that, to improve commissioning arrangements, NHS England is making a new palliative care pricing system available in April. That should help...

Local Government Finance (7 Feb 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: I may be called Lindsay, but—[Laughter.]

Nuclear Safeguards Bill - Second Reading (7 Feb 2018)

Lord Henley: ...inspectors. It already has 11 safeguards officers in post who are all in training to become safeguards inspectors by 29 March 2019. The ONR estimates that, to be able to deliver its functions to a standard broadly equivalent to Euratom standards, it may require a team of around 30 to 35 staff, which would include around 20 safeguards inspectors. It is actively recruiting and interviewing...


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