MPs in constituencies matching ppe

Gordon Henderson

Conservative MP for Sittingbourne and Sheppey (6 May 2010 – current)

Carla Lockhart

DUP MP for Upper Bann (13 Dec 2019 – current)

Michelle Donelan

Conservative MP for Chippenham (8 May 2015 – current)

People matching ppe

John Heppell

Former Labour MP for Nottingham East (9 Apr 1992 – 12 Apr 2010)

David Lepper

Former Labour MP for Brighton, Pavilion (1 May 1997 – 12 Apr 2010)

Baroness Oppenheim-Barnes

Former Conservative Peer (30 Nov 1988 – 25 Feb 2019)

Mr Charles Capper

Former MP for Sandwich (8 May 1866 – 11 Nov 1868)

Mr James Cropper

Former MP for Kendal (31 Mar 1880 – 18 Nov 1885)

Hon. George Keppel

Former MP for Lymington (10 Dec 1832 – 0 1851)

Mrs Sally Oppenheim

Former MP for Gloucester (18 Jun 1970 – 18 May 1987)

Mr Philip Oppenheim

Former MP for Amber Valley (9 Jun 1983 – 8 Apr 1997)

Mr Ernest Shepperson

Former MP for Leominster (15 Nov 1922 – 15 Jun 1945)

Mr Augustus Keppel

Former MP for Arundel (8 Mar 1820 – 21 Feb 1823)

Julian Huppert

Former Liberal Democrat MP for Cambridge (6 May 2010 – 30 Mar 2015)

Guy Opperman

Conservative MP for Hexham (6 May 2010 – current)

James Heappey

Conservative MP for Wells (8 May 2015 – current)

Results 1–20 of 1800 for ppe

Standards of Behaviour and Honesty in Political Life - Motion to Take Note (23 Jun 2022)

Lord Wallace of Saltaire: “lefty lawyers”. BBC and Channel 4 public service broadcasters are regularly attacked; I am bored by the number of occasions every week that the Times runs anti-BBC stories. This also happens when the Bishops say anything which is deemed to be political. It seems to have escaped the new right-wing consensus, as it were, that the gospel is systemically left wing in a number of ways,...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Protective Clothing: Storage (23 Jun 2022)

Angela Rayner: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, if he will make an estimate of the cost of storing personal protective equipment (PPE) in shipping containers during the period from April 2021 to May 2022; and whether his Department has made an estimate of the (a) daily, (b) weekly or (c) monthly costs of storing PPE in shipping containers as of 15 June 2022.

Written Ministerial Statements — Department of Health and Social Care: Correction to PQ118520, PQ118521 and PQ118522 (22 Jun 2022)

Edward Argar: On 28 February 2022, the Department answered three Parliamentary Questions asked by Nick Smith MP. The single answer given to all three questions included an incorrect reference to a supplier of PPE. The questions were: “118520: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, whether his Department paid £600 million to Unispace Global Ltd for the purchase of personal protective...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Unispace Global: Protective Clothing (21 Jun 2022)

Dawn Butler: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what assessment his Department has made of the value for money of purchases of PPE from Unispace Global Ltd; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Protective Clothing: Safety (20 Jun 2022)

Edward Argar: NHS Supply Chain procure personal protective equipment (PPE) from suppliers where the products comply with the relevant standards, according to public contract regulations. Further quality assessment is conducted on the arrival of the product checks to minimise the risk of non-compliant or unsafe PPE entering the supply chain.

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Armed Forces: Protective Clothing (20 Jun 2022)

Jeremy Quin: ...Armoured Fighting Vehicle Headset Project is currently seeking approval following the Formal Change Request.The headsets, though part of the hearing protection system, are not classed formally as PPE.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prison Officers: Uniforms (20 Jun 2022)

Victoria Atkins: I can confirm that the Department does classify slip resistant footwear for prison officers as personal protective equipment (PPE). Slip resistant footwear was among a number of measures recommended by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to help reduce the number of slip accidents involving prison officers. The Uniform contract, which commenced in July 2020 and ends July 2024, has a...

Independent Adviser on Ministers’ Interests Resignation (16 Jun 2022)

Brendan O'Hara: ...into the public domain. We need to know what critical signal he was sending out last night. As yet, we do not have details of his resignation letter. We could speculate—could it be lawbreaking? PPE contracts? Breach of international law? I am pleased that the Minister is publishing the correspondence in full, but will he define “shortly”, as opposed to immediately, and will he...

Personal Protective Equipment: Waste - Question (14 Jun 2022)

Baroness Merron: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the expenditure on unusable and excess Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), and the reasons for the waste.

HM Passport Office Backlog (14 Jun 2022)

Stephen Kinnock: ...on China for everything from personal protective equipment to lateral flow tests, and culminating in the disgraceful spectacle of the Government wasting £8.7 billion of taxpayers’ money on PPE that did not even meet the required safety standards. A toxic Tory decade of incompetence and indifference left us in early 2020 with a high-tax, high-inflation, low-wage and low-resilience...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Ajax Vehicles: Protective Clothing (14 Jun 2022)

John Healey: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, whether his Department will be seeking PPE standard ear protective equipment for the use with Ajax vehicles.

Health and Social Care: Topical Questions (14 Jun 2022)

Patricia Gibson: On Friday, the cross-party Public Accounts Committee described the UK Government’s procurement of £4 billion of unusable PPE during the pandemic, which is now to be burned, as the result of a “haphazard purchasing strategy”. Who does the Secretary of State believe should be held responsible for this unacceptable squandering of taxpayers’ money through awarding multiple deals to...

Health and Social Care Leadership Review - Statement (9 Jun 2022)

Baroness Brinton: ...the report focuses only on the NHS and not on the department, because it is important that we remember that two areas over which the Secretary of State’s predecessor, Matt Hancock, had power were PPE and test and trace, both of which were extremely badly handled in leadership terms. Does the Minister agree that leadership starts with Ministers? In an exchange between the Secretary of...

Cabinet Office: Fraud Reduction (9 Jun 2022)

Angela Rayner: The Leader of the House talks about socialists, but let us talk about the Conservatives. He will be aware that a Conservative peer is under investigation by the National Crime Agency over fraud. PPE Medpro, a company linked to Baroness Mone, was handed hundreds of millions of pounds in Government contracts during the pandemic. It is now reported to have been raided by the police, as has her...

Cabinet Office: Government Procurement Policy (9 Jun 2022)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: ...and centre of the Bill. The other bits around procurement may be good to do, but if we do not achieve value for money, taxpayers’ money will not be well spent. I go back to the procurement of PPE two years ago. Had we followed the normal procurement rules, it would have taken three to six months before we ordered a single extra glove. That cannot have been the right thing to do when...

Children’s Education Recovery and Childcare Costs (7 Jun 2022)

Matt Rodda: ...sadly are not. To make matters worse, it is appalling when we contrast and compare the Government’s spending on education with their spending on other things, such as the poor-quality spending on PPE, which was often not procured effectively or in line with Government procurement rules, or the Chancellor’s recent failure to focus money where it is most needed to fully address to cost...

Standards in Public Life (7 Jun 2022)

Brendan O'Hara: ...ministerial code last week were made to protect the Prime Minister’s personal position, and to change the rules governing behaviour ahead of the upcoming inquiry by the Privileges Committee. He appears to have viewed the recommendations of the Committee on Standards in Public Life as a smörgåsbord of suggested reforms, from which he could choose those that suited him and leave out...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Carers (6 Jun 2022)

Gillian Keegan: ...the services provided to unpaid carers, which could include respite, breaks, peer group and wellbeing support. Local authorities are required to undertake a Carer’s Assessment for any carer who appears to have a need for support. If a carer is assessed as having eligible needs, the local authority has a legal duty to meet these needs on request from the carer. Since February 2021, free...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Protective Clothing: Contracts (6 Jun 2022)

Edward Argar: In 2021/22, the costs of external legal advice to support the personal protective equipment (PPE) programme was £2.5 million, which includes advice relating to the resolution of disputed contracts. This excludes the cost of advice provided by the Government Legal Department. The cost of consultants employed in the PPE programme was £15.2 million, including the costs associated with the...

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