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Royal Assent: NHS Outsourcing and Privatisation (23 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: rose—

Royal Assent: NHS Outsourcing and Privatisation (23 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: Will the hon. Gentleman confirm that five GP surgeries in Broxtowe have been rated outstanding, and that we yet again have a 2% increase in CCG spending? Why is he always talking down the NHS?

Royal Assent: NHS Outsourcing and Privatisation (23 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: Would the hon. Gentleman like to speak to Nottingham City Council, which is run by Labour? It has repeatedly refused to unblock beds at NUHT, unlike Conservative-run Nottinghamshire County Council, which always ensures that it has social care available so that there is no bed-blocking in Nottinghamshire. The problem is Labour in the city—

Royal Assent: NHS Outsourcing and Privatisation (23 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: rose—

Royal Assent: NHS Outsourcing and Privatisation (23 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: On a point of order, Mr Deputy Speaker. Could the record please record that indeed the leader of Nottingham City Council does not run NUHT, but he is responsible for social care in the city? That was the point I was making.

Royal Assent: NHS Outsourcing and Privatisation (23 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: I am happy to take that up. My understanding is that Nottinghamshire County Council is looking responsibly at the provision of—[Interruption.] Well, the hon. Gentleman invites me to give him information; I am trying to assist him. In my constituency, the county council is making sure that the money that it spends on social care goes to the very many care homes in my constituency that...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Points of Order (23 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: Further to that point of order, Mr Speaker. I am sorry not to have given you notice of this, but it flows so naturally from what was said by my right hon. Friend; sorry, by my hon. Friend.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Points of Order (23 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: No doubt in time. Mr Speaker, it has come to my attention that some constituents are unable to email me. I believe this is a common problem from which all hon. Members are suffering. Obviously, we will not know because the emails do not even get into the spam filters. For some peculiar reason, which I will not trouble you with, I found out that one constituent—she had a very serious...

Leaving the Eu: Customs (16 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: But this motion is the ultimate procedural motion. Why have the Opposition not done their job and tabled a motion about the customs union or custom arrangement instead of this— I have to say it—Mickey Mouse motion that does not deserve any support?

Data Protection Bill [Lords]: Information Orders (9 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: Will the Minister give way?

Data Protection Bill [Lords]: Information Orders (9 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: I thank my hon. Friend for that information, but it was mainly complete news to me, as I suspect it was to my right hon. Friend the Member for Hemel Hempstead too. We have a really serious problem here. I just cannot underestimate the amount of concern among small businesses. Medium-sized businesses with more than 250 employees have the benefit of a team of people, but this is a real crisis...

Data Protection Bill [Lords]: Guidance about how to seek redress against media organisations (9 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: The right hon. Gentleman is making a powerful case, and he is right about morality and the promises made, most importantly, to victims. I am struggling to support him, however, because while those are powerful arguments, I am actually more interested in the outcome. Is there a genuine purpose that can be achieved other than—and it is a strong argument—keeping a promise to victims?...

Data Protection Bill [Lords]: Guidance about how to seek redress against media organisations (9 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: I am grateful to the Secretary of State for giving way; it is very generous of him. Some years ago, I put forward a private Member’s Bill calling for anyone who was accused to keep their anonymity until they were charged. It is all there—it is effectively good to go. I too would very much like to meet the Secretary of State, because this is the right thing to do. People should not...

Windrush (2 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: It should be put on the record that many of us who were elected in 2010, with the change of government, noticed that under the previous Government there had also been big problems in the Home Office in getting on and doing the right thing in relation to all manner of things—visas, applications and so on. This was nothing new under the Conservative Government.

Windrush (2 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: It is an absolute pleasure to follow the right hon. Member for Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford (Yvette Cooper). I agreed with everything she said. I will not be voting for the motion, for what I suggest to the House is a very good reason. Under the stewardship and chairmanship of the right hon. Lady, we can be absolutely certain that there will be exactly the sort of full inquiry that...

Windrush (2 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: Absolutely, and it is imperative that we remember that, with very few, if any, exceptions, civil servants are some of the most outstanding workers in our country. It is too easy to slag them off but we should remember not only their quality, but the fact that often they cannot speak out and defend themselves. Therefore, I agree with my right hon. Friend the Member for Putney (Justine...

Windrush (2 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: In a moment; I always give way to the hon. Lady. I remember standing proudly with members of all political parties, every shade of Trotskyist, communist, broad left, far left, liberals and other Tories. The huge change that has happened in our society is that members of the hard left who shout from sedentary positions have forgotten all that and engage at the level of tribalism on issues that...

Windrush (2 May 2018)

Anna Soubry: And now I will take the extra minute.


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