Results 21–40 of 900 for (in the 'Commons debates' OR in the 'Westminster Hall debates' OR in the 'Lords debates' OR in the 'Northern Ireland Assembly debates') speaker:Kevin Hollinrake

Early Parliamentary General Election (No. 2) (9 Sep 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: It is very confusing. I, too, regret that we will not be here on Wednesday to complete the final election process for the Treasury Committee. Nevertheless, now is the perfect time for a general election. If Opposition Members are right and the public do not want deal or no deal, the public will vote in their favour. They will return a coalition Government or another Government who can take...

Suicide Risk Assessment Tools in the NHS — [Sir Christopher Chope in the Chair] (4 Sep 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: I am sure that the work that the Minister has already done to raise the issue with trusts is very positive news for the family. On the basis that people do not do what is expected but what is inspected, it is good to hear that some processes are already in place in the CQC. Will new processes be added? Presumably checks were happening when the situation occurred, so we need something else to...

Suicide Risk Assessment Tools in the NHS — [Sir Christopher Chope in the Chair] (4 Sep 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: I beg to move, That this House has considered the use of suicide risk assessment tools in the NHS. It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Sir Christopher. According to a detailed study carried out by Manchester University, in one year alone 636 people who were deemed by clinicians to be at low or no immediate risk of suicide went on to take their lives within the next three...

Suicide Risk Assessment Tools in the NHS — [Sir Christopher Chope in the Chair] (4 Sep 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: The hon. Gentleman is absolutely right. That is one key component of three: training nurses; using a proper, validated tool; and taking into account the past behaviour of the individual and the context of the situation. None of those three things was in place for Andrew. As a consequence, 48 hours after being admitted to hospital in an ambulance, Andrew took his own life.

Suicide Risk Assessment Tools in the NHS — [Sir Christopher Chope in the Chair] (4 Sep 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: I am happy to give way to the chair of the all-party parliamentary group on suicide and self-harm prevention.

Suicide Risk Assessment Tools in the NHS — [Sir Christopher Chope in the Chair] (4 Sep 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: I entirely agree with the hon. Lady. I know that the Bellerby family would very much like to meet the Minister here today—the Under-Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, my hon. Friend the Member for Mid Bedfordshire (Ms Dorries)—to see what can be done to make sure these situations do not happen again, and I think they would be very pleased to meet the hon. Lady, too, because I...

Suicide Risk Assessment Tools in the NHS — [Sir Christopher Chope in the Chair] (4 Sep 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: I am happy to give way again and then I will make some progress.

Suicide Risk Assessment Tools in the NHS — [Sir Christopher Chope in the Chair] (4 Sep 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: The hon. Gentleman is absolutely right and I am grateful to him for his very kind contribution. I know that Andrew’s family will also be grateful to him. The fact is that the Sheffield trust had been treating Andrew for many years; it knew him well and knew that he was a serious suicide risk, yet none of this was taken into account when he was admitted to hospital for that fateful final...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Topical Questions (3 Sep 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: Corruption that impoverishes nations is facilitated by financial devices hiding ownership that are created in the UK and other western nations. Will my right hon. Friend do all he can to build an international consensus to end the inappropriate use of these devices?

Health and Social Care: Topical Questions (23 Jul 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: Has the Secretary of State given further consideration to providing extra funds to meet the challenges of running unavoidably small hospitals, such as Scarborough and the Friarage in Northallerton?

Housing, Communities and Local Government: Homelessness (22 Jul 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: First, may I declare my interest? There are real fears that the proposed abolition of section 21 in the private rented sector will lead to rent controls and a significant reduction in investment and supply, which may well exacerbate homelessness. Will my hon. Friend consider these fears before pressing ahead with the proposals?

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Consumer Protection (16 Jul 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: What recent steps his Department has taken to protect consumers.

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Consumer Protection (16 Jul 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: Mr Speaker, when you stay at the Woolacombe Bay Hotel, you may be paying 20% too much, because online agencies such as Booking.com use brandjacking clauses to colonise search results, and rate parity clauses, which mean that even if you go direct, you still pay 20% more than you need to. Other EU nations have banned this. Will we?

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Economic Crime (15 Jul 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: I welcome the economic crime plan, but I do not see any mention of extending the “failure to prevent” offence to include economic crime. Is the Minister still keen to do that?

Backbench Business - Whistleblowingbackbench Business (3 Jul 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: The Minister heard some of my comments about the Financial Conduct Authority and its, at best, quite tepid approach to whistleblowers. What are we to do when, effectively, an agency that is commissioned by the Government does not follow through on its whistleblower obligations?

Backbench Business - Whistleblowingbackbench Business (3 Jul 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: It is a pleasure and an honour to follow the right hon. Member for North Norfolk (Norman Lamb), who has done such incredible work in this area and on the all-party parliamentary group on fair business banking, on which most of my remarks will focus. Many points in his speech resonated with me, particularly when he mentioned a whistleblower who said, “If I knew then what I know now, I never...

Backbench Business - Whistleblowingbackbench Business (3 Jul 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: I support that principle and many other recommendations mentioned by the right hon. Member for North Norfolk. I will be interested to hear from my hon. Friend the Member for Stirling (Stephen Kerr), who chairs the all-party parliamentary group on whistleblowing, when he speaks about his group’s recommendations. I just know that this is something that we have got to get right that we have...

Backbench Business - Whistleblowingbackbench Business (3 Jul 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: I could not agree more. My right hon. Friend highlights the importance of some of these cases. We have to ask why an organisation would not want to know about this. My role before coming to this place four years ago was as managing director of my own business. We were quite a large business at that point. I dealt with all the complaints in the organisation because I wanted to know what was...

Backbench Business - Whistleblowingbackbench Business (3 Jul 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: Yes. I ask myself all the time, “Why is it like this?” and that is one of the reasons—the revolving door. Those people are part of a wider group or club—the old boys’ tie kind of stuff. This cannot be allowed to be the case. As I said, the right hon. Gentleman highlighted a case that was heavily reported where the FCA told RBS who the whistleblower was. That seems absolutely...

Backbench Business - Whistleblowingbackbench Business (3 Jul 2019)

Kevin Hollinrake: My hon. Friend is absolutely right. We need to improve how we deal with whistleblowers and the legislation around them. We must also insist that regulators, which already have access to sanctions, deal with these issues robustly. There is a cultural problem in the FCA in dealing with this. That must be addressed, and it can only be dealt with by the leadership of the FCA. The most egregious...


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