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Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Disease Control (23 Jul 2021)

William Wragg: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, for what reasons his Department has not made an assessment of the potential benefits of professional air purification systems in indoor settings, such as hospitals where adequate ventilation, such as opening windows is not always possible or does not provide the required amount of ventilation.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Disease Control (23 Jul 2021)

William Wragg: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, with reference to the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies research and analysis, Potential application of Air Cleaning devices and personal decontamination to manage transmission of COVID-19, 4 November 2020, whether he has made an assessment of the potential merits of the deployment of professional air purification systems.

Deferred Divisions (13 Jul 2021)

William Wragg: It is a pleasure to follow my hon. Friend the Member for Runnymede and Weybridge (Dr Spencer), and indeed the speaker before him, my hon. Friend the Member for Bosworth (Dr Evans). They are two learned medical practitioners who, with the underlying qualities that seem to attract to those positions, state their arguments in the finest tradition of the empirical method. As ever, I hope I can...

National Health Service (13 Jul 2021)

William Wragg: Will the Minister give way?

National Health Service (13 Jul 2021)

William Wragg: On a point of order, Mr Deputy Speaker. It states in the explanatory notes: “A full Impact Assessment has been prepared”. If it has been prepared, it cannot currently be in preparation. So where is it?

National Health Service (13 Jul 2021)

William Wragg: Will the Minister give way?

National Health Service (13 Jul 2021)

William Wragg: On a point of order, Mr Deputy Speaker. To assist the debate, there is a discrepancy between the explanatory memorandum and the explanatory note on the back of the statutory instrument. The note states: “A full impact assessment of the costs and benefits of this instrument is available from the Department of Health”. It gives the Department’s address and indeed the website on which the...

National Health Service (13 Jul 2021)

William Wragg: The Minister mentions feedback, but the draft explanatory memorandum states that “a majority (57%) of respondents did not support the proposal”. How, therefore, does the feedback show that there is support for it?

International Aid: Treasury Update (13 Jul 2021)

William Wragg: Further to that point of order, Madam Deputy Speaker. I have recently been on a four-colleague call with the Care Minister where she confirmed to us that the said impact assessment would not be made available until after the debate. That strikes me as a rather back-to-front approach. I just provide that clarity to the House.

Cabinet Office: Topical Questions (8 Jul 2021)

William Wragg: In the inquiry by the Select Committee on Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs into the collapse of Greensill Capital, many of our witnesses so far have prayed in aid the advice given to them by Sue Gray, who at the time was director general for propriety and ethics at the Cabinet Office. She was invited to attend our Committee on Tuesday; her office initially accepted that...

Dissolution and Calling of Parliament Bill (6 Jul 2021)

William Wragg: I was being enigmatic.

Dissolution and Calling of Parliament Bill (6 Jul 2021)

William Wragg: I welcome the Minister for the Constitution and Devolution, my hon. Friend the Member for Norwich North (Chloe Smith) back to her rightful place on the Treasury Bench. May I say how appreciative I have been of her attendance at the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee, which I chair, over recent months to discuss this subject and others? I thank my right hon. Friend...

Dissolution and Calling of Parliament Bill (6 Jul 2021)

William Wragg: Of course, this is all my view. The House will have a chance to listen to the utterances of the hon. Member for Rhondda (Chris Bryant) later on, and we look forward to that immensely. He will teach us a thing or two. I support the Bill, but I fear that clause 3, the so-called ouster clause, may be superfluous. Its inclusion could be seen by those of a cynical bent as being a hangover from...

Dissolution and Calling of Parliament Bill (6 Jul 2021)

William Wragg: What if the courts sought to test the ouster clause?

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Disease Control (6 Jul 2021)

William Wragg: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, with reference to the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies research and analysis, Potential application of Air Cleaning devices and personal decontamination to manage transmission of COVID-19, 4 November 2020, whether he has made an assessment of the potential merits of the deployment of professional air purification systems.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Disease Control (6 Jul 2021)

William Wragg: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, for what reasons his Department has not made an assessment of the potential benefits of professional air purification systems in indoor settings, such as hospitals where adequate ventilation, such as opening windows is not always possible or does not provide the required amount of ventilation.

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Court Bill: New Clause 1 - Harassment in a public place (5 Jul 2021)

William Wragg: Does my hon. Friend agree that much of what we sadly saw at the vigil at Clapham common was a consequence of sloppily drafted covid regulations, which were given so little scrutiny by this House, let alone being understood by the police, whom we compel to enforce them?

Official Development Assistance and the British Council (30 Jun 2021)

William Wragg: Will my hon. Friend give way?

Security of Ministers’ Offices and Communications (28 Jun 2021)

William Wragg: I thank my hon. Friend for coming to the Dispatch Box to answer the urgent question from my hon. Friend the Member for Wellingborough (Mr Bone). As she will know, the Wilson doctrine covers deliberate surveillance, so what safeguards are there for whistleblowers who may inadvertently discover material that is in the public interest?


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