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Public Bill Committee: Overseas Electors Bill (17 Oct 2018)

Laurence Robertson: three working days. Amendments should therefore be tabled by the rise of the House on Friday for consideration on the following Wednesday. For those who are relatively new to the process, it may be useful if I give a brief explanation of the arrangements. The selection list for today’s sitting, which is available in the Committee Room and on the Bill website, shows how selected...

Collective Defined Contribution Pension Schemes (17 Oct 2018)

John Bercow: ..., is responsible for the accuracy of what he or she says in this place. If it is thought that an error has been made, it is the responsibility of the erring Member to put the record straight. May I politely suggest that the right hon. Lady seeks to engage with the Minister today? She may well find that that provides some satisfaction. If that turns out not to be the case, I know of no...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Point of Order (17 Oct 2018)

Marsha de Cordova: ...claimed were initially affected. I would be grateful for your guidance on how Members might have the opportunity to question the Secretary of State on these figures, as just under 200,000 disabled people may be affected.

GP Extended Access Services: Privatisation (17 Oct 2018)

Steve Brine: ...this year, of course—whether care is provided by NHS organisations, as the vast majority is, or by the private, voluntary or social enterprise sectors. That guiding principle remains absolutely the case today. The mechanisms for deciding who provides what service may vary, but the basic structure of our NHS remains exactly the same. The key question is, and will remain, the...

Public Bill Committee: Parliamentary Constituencies (Amendment) Bill (17 Oct 2018)

Chloe Smith: ...rightly be discussed in another Committee. I am none the less happy to account to Parliament for the progress of the order. I can confirm that the legislation requires it to be prepared as soon as may be; that is the legal position, as set out in legislation. There need be no further secret advice of any kind; it is there for all to see. Therefore, the order is being prepared and the House...

Local Government Reform: Greater London — [Stewart Hosie in the Chair] (17 Oct 2018)

Jake Berry: Perhaps I should have stuck to history, which may be a slightly safer subject for me to talk about. My hon. Friend may think that it should have been called the Essex Olympics, but I am not sure that that would have had the same international cut-through as the London Olympics. It was a significant event, not just for London—and Essex, where it took place in the traditional Essex town...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Personal Independence Payment (17 Oct 2018)

Sarah Newton: ...compared to 10 per cent under DLA. Regular reviews of PIP, which can be paid at one of eight rates, are a key feature of the benefit and ensure that not only do awards remain correct where needs may change, including where needs become greater, but that we also maintain contact with the claimant.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Leaving the EU: Devolution (17 Oct 2018)

David Mundell: Thank you, Mr Speaker. As you may be aware, on Monday, Nicola Sturgeon made it clear that she will order SNP MPs in this Parliament to vote for a no-deal Brexit. What they have to decide between now and then is whether they will blindly follow her through the Lobby or truly stand up for Scotland.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: PIP Reassessment Cost (17 Oct 2018)

Hugh Gaffney: If he will meet the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions to discuss the potential cost to the public purse of the Government’s reassessment of people who may be eligible for personal independence payments in Scotland.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (17 Oct 2018)

Theresa May: This morning, I had meetings with ministerial colleagues and others. In addition to my duties in this House, I shall have further such meetings later today.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Govia Thameslink Railway: Compensation (17 Oct 2018)

Caroline Lucas: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, if he will amend the GTR additional industry compensation scheme established following the timetable failure in May 2018 so that anyone whose shortest journey involves changing at a Level 1 station is compensated on a Level 1 basis; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy: Housing (17 Oct 2018)

Claire Perry: ...) Wales (2008) Band D or higher (thousands) 18,290 2,031 643 558 Band E or lower (thousands) 4,707 422 99 711 Total number of homes (thousands) 22,996 2,452 742 1,268 Figures may not sum to totals due to rounding Please note, these figures should not be summed to give a UK total, or compared between nations due to the following differences: (1) The latest data...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Cancer: Children and Young People (17 Oct 2018)

Steve Brine: There is work underway to review the service specifications for children and young people with cancer. This will provide an opportunity to consider how some aspects of the patient pathway may be provided more locally to reduce the travel burden for patients and their families. Currently the Healthcare Travel Costs Scheme which is part of the NHS Low Income Scheme allows for patients (and in...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Mental Health Services: Children and Young People (17 Oct 2018)

Stephen Barclay: ...and targeted health services, such as health visiting, school nursing or child and adolescent mental health services. There are mechanisms available within health services to flag such issues. This may depend on the individual case and the significance of the appointment due to be attended, for example, a child not attending for chemotherapy or dialysis may be deemed to be at significant...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Neuroblastoma (17 Oct 2018)

Caroline Dinenage: ...present. The following table provides an annual breakdown: 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 £342,769 £424,732 £643,040 £890,394 £942,990 £1,264,231 £523,260 In May the Government announced £40 million over the next five years for brain tumour research as part of the Tessa Jowell Brain Cancer Mission....

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Fibromyalgia (17 Oct 2018)

Steve Brine: ...Diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue’ in the category ‘Other soft tissue disorders, not elsewhere classified’. ICD-11, which will be presented at the World Health Assembly in May 2019 for adoption by member states, includes fibromyalgia under ‘General symptoms, signs or clinical findings’ in the category of ‘chronic widespread...

Written Answers — Department for International Development: Department for International Development: Staff (17 Oct 2018)

Harriett Baldwin: ... Numbers June 2022 January 2120 January 2495 July 2022 February 2158 February 2513 August 2046 March 2181 March 2526 September 2062 April 2190 April 2545 October 2071 May 2217 May 2551 November 2090 June 2256 June 2569 December 2099 July 2299 July 2605 August 2329 August 2632 September 2351 October 2389 ...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Ministry of Justice: Agency Workers (17 Oct 2018)

Richard Burgon: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what the longest amount of time as of May 2018 is that an individual agency worker with at least one shift per month has been working continuously in each area within his Department.

Written Answers — Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government: Councillors: Somerset (17 Oct 2018)

Wera Hobhouse: ...of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, if he will publish the (a) dates on which Ministers in his Department had meetings with any elected Somerset County Councillors since 7 May 2015 and (b) the agendas and minutes of the matters discussed for each of those meetings.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Universal Credit (17 Oct 2018)

Alok Sharma: ...there is flexibility for a longer period to be given and to extend any given deadline, if it is identified that certain claimants require longer timescales to make a claim. Similarly, a claimant may request an extension for completing their Universal Credit claim, as long as they have a good reason for doing so. There is no limit on the number of times that a claimant may ask to extend...

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