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Schools: Indoctrination - Question (6 Feb 2018)

Lord Agnew of Oulton: ...education and religion is about tolerance and understanding it in the context of our own society. The recent provision for the promotion of fundamental British values builds on that. As noble Lords may be aware, we now have specialist Ofsted inspection officers who look specifically for any incidence of where religion is not taught in that context.

Health: Pelvic Mesh Implants - Question (6 Feb 2018)

Lord Patel: ...who suffer from complications, most of them had been treated for pelvic floor prolapse, not stress incontinence? Banning their use completely at this stage for women with certain conditions who may benefit from them would, without further evidence, be completely wrong.

Space Industry Bill [Lords]: Potential impact of leaving the European Union on the United Kingdom’s space industry (6 Feb 2018)

Layla Moran: ...with UK companies that are constructing the £10 billion Galileo satellite navigation system unless the UK negotiates a new security relationship with the EU. If no long-term agreement can be found, UK companies may only be able to retain their contracts by setting up EU subsidiaries. With them will go the tax take, the brains and the supporting jobs. Finally, I turn to the crucial...

Women’S Suffrage Centenary: Points of Order (6 Feb 2018)

Andrew Gwynne: ..., believing them to be correct. That is now creating a damaging lack of trust in the Ministry across local government. More seriously, however, the Secretary of State has not publicly apologised to the House, but both “Erskine May” and the ministerial code go further, stating that Ministers who knowingly mislead Parliament—that is now the case—must offer their...

Women’S Suffrage Centenary (6 Feb 2018)

Amber Rudd: May I start by thanking you, Mr Speaker, for the work that has been done throughout Parliament on the Vote 100 celebrations? I know that this is something that involves everybody, and I must say I am slightly disappointed at the tone of the hon. Lady’s approach. I think it is great to see so many women active in Parliament, and I wish she could perhaps be a little bit more celebratory...

Public Service Delivery: Northamptonshire (6 Feb 2018)

Philip Hollobone: Thank you, Mr Speaker, for granting this urgent question. May I declare an interest as a member of Kettering Borough Council, and may I welcome other Northamptonshire MPs who are also in the Chamber to ask questions? It gives me no pleasure to say that, with the issue of this section 114 notice, Northamptonshire County Council becomes the worst-run local authority in the country. There are...

Public Bill Committee: Financial Guidance and Claims Bill [Lords]: Cold calling about claims management services (6 Feb 2018)

Ellie Reeves: ...perception that obtaining compensation is easy, even where there is no injury. It can put pressure on people to pursue unmeritorious or, at the very worst, fraudulent claims, which they otherwise may not do. It may never have been the intention of someone to make a claim, but if they receive a text promising them thousands of pounds, it might seem very tempting. As my hon. Friend the...

Public Bill Committee: Financial Guidance and Claims Bill [Lords]: Provision of advice on consumer credit matters by legal advice clinics (6 Feb 2018)

...it must advice the Secretary of State to amend the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. (4) On receipt of advice from the single financial guidance body under subsection (4), the Secretary of State may by regulations made by statutory instrument amend Part XX of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. (5) A statutory instrument containing regulations under this section may not be...

Statutory PHSE Education — [Mr Laurence Robertson in the Chair] (6 Feb 2018)

Emma Lewell-Buck: ...8221;. Is he willing to rise to his own challenge, or has his thinking changed? Will the Minister advise us whether the Department has any dates at all in mind for implementing regulations for the roll-out of statutory PSHE? I understand that he may find that difficult, because for PSHE to be taught effectively, the Government must address the hash they have made of our education system...

Public Bill Committee: Financial Guidance and Claims Bill [Lords]: Personal pension schemes: requirements to recommend guidance etc (6 Feb 2018)

...i) they wish to wait until they have received such guidance or advice before deciding whether to proceed with the application, or (ii) they wish to proceed with the application without having received it. (1D) The rules may— (a) specify what constitutes appropriate pensions guidance and appropriate independent financial advice; (b) make further provision about how the trustees or...

Public Bill Committee: Financial Guidance and Claims Bill [Lords]: Occupational pension schemes: requirements to recommend guidance etc (6 Feb 2018)

...they wish to wait until they have received such guidance or advice before deciding whether to proceed with the application, or (ii) they wish to proceed with the application without having received it. (4) The regulations may— (a) specify what constitutes appropriate pensions guidance and appropriate independent financial advice; (b) make further provision about how the trustees or...

Public Bill Committee: Financial Guidance and Claims Bill [Lords]: Legal services regulators’ rules: charges for claims management services (6 Feb 2018)

“(1) The Law Society of England and Wales, the General Council of the Bar and the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives may make rules prohibiting regulated persons from— (a) entering into a specified relevant claims management agreement that provides for the payment by a person of specified charges, and (b) imposing specified charges on a person in connection with the provision...

Public Bill Committee: Financial Guidance and Claims Bill [Lords]: Extension of power of the Law Society of Scotland to make rules (6 Feb 2018)

“(1) The Treasury may by regulations amend section ( (a) all relevant claims management agreements; (b) all relevant claims management activity; (c) any description of relevant claims management agreement; (d) any description of relevant claims management activity. (2) The Treasury must obtain the consent of the Scottish Ministers before making regulations under subsection (1). (3)...

Public Bill Committee: Financial Guidance and Claims Bill [Lords]: Commencement (6 Feb 2018)

...) to (9) of section (Occupational pension schemes: requirements to recommend guidance etc) come into force on a day appointed by order made by the Department for Communities in Northern Ireland. (1B) An order under subsection (1A) may make— (a) transitional, transitory and saving provision in connection with the coming into force of any provision in section (Occupational pension...

Public Bill Committee: Financial Guidance and Claims Bill [Lords]: PPI claims: interim restriction on charges before transfer of regulation to FCA (6 Feb 2018)

Jack Dromey: ...in connection with the PPI claim. (4C) A relevant regulator— (a) must ensure that it has appropriate arrangements for monitoring and enforcing compliance with subsections (1) and (3) as they apply to the regulated persons for whom it is the relevant regulator; (b) may make rules for the purpose of doing so (which may include provision applying, in relation to breaches of subsections...

Public Bill Committee: Financial Guidance and Claims Bill [Lords]: Transfer to FCA of regulation of claims management services (6 Feb 2018)

Huw Merriman: ..., but that is probably better left to one side. What I will say is that when this House is prescriptive in legislation, rather than letting organisations deal with issues in the manner that they may be best equipped to do, it does not always work out as intended.

Health and Social Care: Health and Social Care Services (6 Feb 2018)

Stephen Lloyd: With reference to the integration of health and social care, the Minister may be aware that I have two outstanding respite and rehab homes in Eastbourne called Milton Grange and Firwood House. They are both under threat of closure by the county council, which says that central Government are not giving it enough money. Those homes serve a crucial purpose in supporting the local hospital. Will...

Health and Social Care: Children’s Health (6 Feb 2018)

Sharon Hodgson: Following the question from my hon. Friend the Member for Blaenau Gwent (Nick Smith) and the Minister’s answer, may I revisit the issue of energy drinks? She might know that a 500 ml can of energy drink contains 12 teaspoons of sugar and the same amount of caffeine as a double espresso, yet energy drinks are being sold for as little as 25p to children as young as 10, and around one in...

Health and Social Care: National Food Crime Unit (6 Feb 2018)

Barry Sheerman: May I send a brief message of congratulation to the Secretary of State for his rapid response to President Trump’s remarks about the values of the NHS? As chair of the Westminster Commission on Autism, let me now ask the Secretary of State a serious question. We are about to produce a report on the fake medicine that is sold to families with an autistic child. When the report is...

Health and Social Care: Topical Questions (6 Feb 2018)

Jeremy Hunt: On the day that we mark the 100th anniversary of giving a voice to women, I want to update the House on concerns in the medical profession that we may not be giving a voice to doctors and other clinicians who want the freedom to be able to learn from mistakes. The House will know that, as a Government Minister, I cannot comment on a court ruling, but it is fair to say that the recent Dr...


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