The following Member made and subscribed the Affirmation required by law: Sarah Green, for Chesham and Amersham.
Sarah Green: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, if she will publish an impact assessment on the closure of the police counter in Amersham.
Sarah Green: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what estimate he has made of the level of support provided by the Government to local authorities for road surfacing in each of the last five years.
Rosie Winterton: Order. To make her maiden speech, I call Sarah Green.
Sarah Olney: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, whether he plans to match steps the EU is taking on support for green hydrogen.
Sarah Green: What steps she is taking with the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care to improve healthcare for women.
Sarah Green: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, how many and what proportion of Schedule 17 applications submitted by High Speed 2 Limited have been (a) refused or (b) modified by the relevant planning authority.
Sarah Green: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, how much financial support he has provided to GP practices in Buckinghamshire to help meet their core service demand.
Sarah Green: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what steps his Department has taken to facilitate access to (a) financial redress and (b) ongoing treatment and care for patients adversely affected by surgical mesh.
Sarah Green: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, whether the forthcoming Women’s Health Strategy will include provision to support women experiencing ongoing harm due to the use of surgical mesh.
Sarah Green: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what steps he has taken to ensure that HS2 Limited is adhering to its Environmental Statement.
Sarah Green: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what steps he has taken to help prevent (a) decline and (b) extinction of the Barbastelle Bat at (i) Leather Lane, (ii) Bowood Lane and (iii) Jones Hill Wood.
Sarah Wollaston: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, with reference to the statement entitled Health and harmony: the future for food, farming and the environment in a green Brexit, published in September 2018, what steps his Department is taking to limit the costs for small land owners of the future environmental land management scheme.
Sarah Teather: ...across Government. We are determined to raise the achievement and wellbeing of children with special educational needs (SEN) and disabled children. We are aiming to publish a SEN and Disability Green Paper. The Green Paper will consider how we can achieve better educational outcomes and life chances for disabled children and young people and those with SEN-from the early years through to...
Sarah McCarthy-Fry: ...why we still have the sixth largest manufacturing industry in the world. We are supporting manufacturing industry; we need to support manufacturing industry. In particular, we need to support the green industries and the new industries that are coming through, which we want the UK to be at the forefront of.
Sarah Teather: In our Green Paper, ‘Support and aspiration: A new approach to special educational needs and disability’, and the follow up document, ‘Progress and next steps’, we set out our ambitious plans to reform radically provision for children with special educational needs (SEN) and disabled children. These reforms will benefit all children with SEN, including those in rural schools.
Robin Harper: ...is that Scotland has 80 acres of golf course but only 1 acre of free amenity open space for every child. Something needs to be done about that. I will be brief. It was a pleasure to listen to Sarah Boyack, Margo MacDonald and Susan Deacon, who all gave excellent speeches that were up to the highest standards, which is what the Parliament should expect of all of us. Finally, I thank Alex...
Sarah Teather: Parental choice is absolutely at the heart of the themes of the Green Paper. It is essential that we try to come to decisions about a child's future based not only on their disability but on understanding the particular needs of the child. Two children with the same disability may have very different circumstances and need different educational provision.
Sarah Olney: ...to make further progress towards delivering the government’s commitment to invest in the energy efficiency and heat decarbonisation of schools, hospitals and homes will be allocated to the Green Homes Grant scheme.
Sarah Teather: The vision set out in the Green Paper on Special Educational Needs and Disability is to create a system which improves the life chances of the most vulnerable children in society. The proposed reform of statements of special educational needs will be tested in pathfinder areas. The protections of the current system will remain in place during the testing phase.