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Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Egypt: Prisoners (20 Feb 2020)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: ...human rights standards. During Egypt's Universal Periodic Review in the United Nations Human Rights Council in November 2019, we called upon the Egyptian government to ensure access to medical care and family visits in prisons, and to release all those detained for exercising the right to freedom of expression. The Foreign Secretary recently raised human rights issues with his Egyptian...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Suicide: Gambling (20 Feb 2020)

the Bishop of St Albans: To ask Her Majesty's Government what plans they have to amend the list of circumstances in which a registered medical professional has a duty to notify a relevant senior coroner of a death to include suicide as a result of problem gambling.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Diabetes: Medical Equipment (19 Feb 2020)

Paul Girvan: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what assessment he has made of the effect on people with diabetes of the slow-down in production and shipping of Freestyle Libre glucose monitoring sensors from Abbott; and if he will make statement.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: *No heading* (19 Feb 2020)

Bill Wiggin: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what plans he has include people with life-long debilitating medical conditions in the categories of people eligible for free medication.

Scottish Parliament: National Health Service (19 Feb 2020)

Monica Lennon: ...work with Opposition parties to address those fundamental concerns about working culture and the impact of resource pressures. Today, we have had many briefings—including those from the British Medical Association and the Royal College of Nursing—that are clear on the challenges and the solutions. There must be no more sticking plasters. We need to address immediate problems, such as...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: UN Mission in South Sudan (18 Feb 2020)

James Duddridge: ...supporting UNMISS. This includes the UK's commitment to funding peacekeeping missions globally through contributed funds of £51.45m (in FY 2018/19) and circa 300 UK peacekeepers who have provided medical and engineering support to UNMISS since 2016. Successes of the UK military contribution includes the building of a UN hospital in Bentiu, the upgrading of 15km of road used to deliver...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Prescription Drugs (18 Feb 2020)

Richard Holden: ...of State for Health and Social Care, what steps he is taking to (a) tackle the over-prescribing of medicines and (b) ensure reviews of prescriptions are carried out for people who have been on medication for prolonged periods of time.

Scottish Parliament: Social Prescribing (18 Feb 2020)

Lewis Macdonald: ...spent—indeed, it would be money being better spent than current health and care expenditure, which needs to shift from the acute sector to the community sector, from cure to prevention, and from medical prescriptions to social prescriptions. Social prescribing is, of course, about more than just physical activity. Many other areas of cultural, recreational and social activity bring...

Scottish Parliament: Gaelic-medium Education (Western Isles) (18 Feb 2020)

Angus MacDonald: ...self funding and volunteer run. Learners from the class have spoken of the benefits that they have gained, including its helping to keep their minds active, especially for learners who have medical conditions such as multiple sclerosis or early-onset dementia. Past learners have also used the classes as a stepping stone to a career in teaching in GME schools. Bilingual education and...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Personal Independence Payment: Medical Examinations (17 Feb 2020)

Marion Fellows: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, pursuant to the Answer of 6 February 2020 to Question 9726 on Personal Independence Payment: Medical Examinations, for what reasons information on the number of audited health assessment reports by audit grade carried out by Capita was not provided in that answer.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Personal Independence Payment: Medical Examinations (17 Feb 2020)

Emma Lewell-Buck: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, if she will make an assessment of the potential merits of requiring all personal independence payment assessments to be recorded.

February Adjournment (13 Feb 2020)

Bob Blackman: ...signed off at all sorts of levels, it is an outrage that we have to battle forever to get the money to put spades in the ground on site, and get the accommodation that our nursing staff, and other medical staff, desperately need to provide that service. The next phase will continue rebuilding more of the hospital, so that we get first-class conditions for the brilliant service that is...

February Adjournment (13 Feb 2020)

Bob Blackman: ...signed off at all sorts of levels, it is an outrage that we have to battle forever to get the money to put spades in the ground on site, and get the accommodation that our nursing staff, and other medical staff, desperately need to provide that service. The next phase will continue rebuilding more of the hospital, so that we get first-class conditions for the brilliant service that is...

Tree Pests and Diseases - Motion to Take Note (13 Feb 2020)

Lord Harries of Pentregarth: ...of global warming and climate change by absorbing and storing carbon. There is also the effect on human health. Trees are not only good to look at but are good for our health. Recent studies in medical journals show a correlation between the spread of ash dieback and the increase of respiratory diseases in a given area. In all, Defra has estimated that ash has a social and environmental...

Tree Pests and Diseases - Motion to Take Note (13 Feb 2020)

Lord Harries of Pentregarth: ...of global warming and climate change by absorbing and storing carbon. There is also the effect on human health. Trees are not only good to look at but are good for our health. Recent studies in medical journals show a correlation between the spread of ash dieback and the increase of respiratory diseases in a given area. In all, Defra has estimated that ash has a social and environmental...

Health: Maternity Care Provisions in East Kent - Statement (13 Feb 2020)

Lord Ribeiro: ..., about the role of the chief executive. I watched the news last night and was horrified to hear her say that she had no knowledge of the review until 2018, yet that review was requested by the medical director of the trust in 2015. If she is unaware of what is happening in her own trust, serious questions need to be asked. In view of what the noble Baroness just said about maternity...

Health: Maternity Care Provisions in East Kent - Statement (13 Feb 2020)

Lord Ribeiro: ..., about the role of the chief executive. I watched the news last night and was horrified to hear her say that she had no knowledge of the review until 2018, yet that review was requested by the medical director of the trust in 2015. If she is unaware of what is happening in her own trust, serious questions need to be asked. In view of what the noble Baroness just said about maternity...

Business of the House (13 Feb 2020)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: ...on Welsh Affairs. Friday 28 February—The House will not be sitting. The provisional business for the week commencing 2 March will include: Monday 2 March—Second Reading of the Medicines and Medical Devices Bill followed by: the House will be asked to agree all outstanding estimates.

Bill Presented: Medicines and Medical Devices Bill (13 Feb 2020)

Medicines and Medical Devices Bill

Business of the House (13 Feb 2020)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: ...on Welsh Affairs. Friday 28 February—The House will not be sitting. The provisional business for the week commencing 2 March will include: Monday 2 March—Second Reading of the Medicines and Medical Devices Bill followed by: the House will be asked to agree all outstanding estimates.


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