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Written Answers — Department of Health: Pathology (18 Sep 2017)

Justin Madders: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what recent assessment he has made of trends on waiting times in cellular pathology.

Children: Gambling Advertisements - Motion to Take Note (14 Sep 2017)

Lord Trevethin and Oaksey: ...increasingly important and troubling as the gambling industry develops. I was prompted to speak partly by the fact that I have received instructions recently to act in a number of cases brought by pathological or problem—ie, addicted—gamblers in respect of massive losses sustained after they attempted to limit the damage done to themselves by that addiction by...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Pathology (14 Sep 2017)

Justin Madders: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what steps he is taking to ensure adequate levels of cellular pathology staff in the NHS.

Points of Order: Drugs Policy (18 Jul 2017)

Crispin Blunt: ...usage rates—in fact, in numerous categories, Portuguese usage rates are now among the lowest in the EU, particularly in comparison with states with stringent criminalisation regimes. Drug-related pathologies, such as sexually transmitted diseases and deaths due to misuse, have decreased dramatically as the Government are able to offer treatment programmes without having to drag users...

Scottish Parliament: Commission on Parliamentary Reform (Report) (29 Jun 2017)

Ruth Davidson: ...’s ability to answer the questions, but is merely to acknowledge the limit of the level of detail that anyone can be expected to know. If the First Minister does not know whether the question will be on forestry or forensic pathology, what sort of chance would he or she have of being able to give out the facts that the member who asks the question seeks? It is an issue that requires...

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Economic Growth Outside London/South-East (18 Apr 2017)

Peter Dowd: ...crossing is welcome, how does such imbalanced infrastructure spending help to close the economic gap of regions outside London and the south-east? Does not that simply reaffirm the Government’s pathological incapacity to see much beyond the M25? I will be happy to buy the Chancellor a satnav if he wants to take the opportunity to use it.

Animal Welfare: Easter Adjournment (30 Mar 2017)

Michael Ellis: ...100,000 people. Although there is always more that can be done, £130 million has gone into modernising, for example, radiotherapy equipment across England, and more than £5.5 billion a year has been spent on other cancer drugs and treatments, and £2.5 billion on pathology services. Those are large numbers. Cancer affects us all in this House and this country in one way or...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Pathology (24 Mar 2017)

Justin Madders: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, if he will make an estimate of (a) how many and (b) what proportion of consultant cellular pathologists will retire in the next five years.

Written Answers — Department of Health: Pathology: Staff (24 Mar 2017)

Justin Madders: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what assessment he has made of the adequacy of staffing levels in cellular pathology.

Written Answers — Department of Health: Pathology: Staff (17 Mar 2017)

Sarah Wollaston: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what assessment he has made of the adequacy of the number of pathologists.

Written Answers — Home Office: Forensic Pathology in England and Wales Review (15 Mar 2017)

Sarah Wollaston: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, if she will publish the Government's response to the Hutton review of forensic pathology in England and Wales.

Workplace Dress Codes (High Heels) — [Mr David Hanson in the Chair] (6 Mar 2017)

Gill Furniss: ...high heels for prolonged periods. However, in some professions, standing in high heels for the duration of an eight-hour shift is the norm. Wearing heels in that way often causes foot pain, bunions, skin lesions, lower limb pathologies and other related discomfort. In fact, my own daughter suffered a metatarsal fracture, which is more commonly associated with sports injuries, when she was...

LGBT History Month — [Nadine Dorries in the Chair] (28 Feb 2017)

Angela Crawley: ..., life and leisure. The clinical routes and the psychological diagnosis of gender dysphoria are no longer relevant. Even the medical community agrees that such changes are easily made and could allow for self-declaration instead of the previous pathological route. The Equality Act also uses outdated terminology such as “gender reassignment” or “transsexual” in a way...

NHS Shared Business Services (27 Feb 2017)

Liz McInnes: I used to work in a pathology lab, and it absolutely pains me to think of those results generated by the hard work of pathology staff languishing in a warehouse somewhere, unseen by anybody. If GPs do not get lab results, they will ring the laboratory and ask for them, so has the Secretary of State made any estimate of the time wasted in phone calls from GP surgeries to pathology labs?

Smart Metering: Electricity and Gas — [Mr Andrew Turner in the Chair] (9 Feb 2017)

Graham Stringer: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Turner. I think there is something in the pathology of Government in this country—civil servants and Ministers —that means that we do not seem to learn from every new IT or technology project that goes wrong; we just wait for the next one to come along and that goes wrong. I think it was as long ago as 2000 that the then...

Immigration Rules: Spouses and Partners — [Joan Ryan in the Chair] (31 Jan 2017)

Stuart McDonald: ...students as an example, but I think that an even clearer example is the drastic changes to the immigration rules for non-EU spouses and partners that were introduced in July 2012. The real reason for the rules is the Prime Minister’s near-pathological obsession with her bogus net migration target, and it seems that it does not matter to her who is hurt as a result. Too many UK...

Backbench Business: Leaving the EU: Animal Welfare Standards in Farming (24 Jan 2017)

Lisa Cameron: .... I was somewhat incredulous, as it seems wholly unnatural for a dairy cow to want to be cooped up all year round. I am aware of research that shows pasture-based cows have lower levels of lameness, hoof pathologies, hock lesions, mastitis, uterine disease and mortality than zero-grazed cows. We must adopt a pragmatic approach, as has been said, but I ask that those issues are taken into...

Backbench Business: Midlands Engine — [Mr George Howarth in the Chair] (24 Jan 2017)

Peter Dowd: ...of local government? I raise these issues simply for context. If the dead hand of Westminster continues to stifle innovation, imagination and entrepreneurship in the regions, and in the midlands in particular, because of a pathological ability to let things go, things will not change. The Government set out their aims for the midlands machine in February 2015, which include raising the...

Leaving the Eu: the Rural Economy: DWP Policies and Low-income Households (17 Jan 2017)

Debbie Abrahams: ...;have lost proportionately more of their income than any other group, as the net result of tax and social security changes. The Government have glossed over this problem with divisive rhetoric. Repeatedly, they have said that poverty and inequality are a pathology of the individual rather than the result of the structural flaws of their economic and public policies—particularly their...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Pathology (11 Jan 2017)

Ian Paisley Jnr: ...for Health, what assessment he has made of the implications for (a) his and (b) the NHS's policies of the findings of Cancer Research UK's report entitled, Testing times to come: an evaluation of pathology capacity in the UK, published in November 2016.

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