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“Industry and Parliament Trust”

The IPT is a registered charity based in Whitehall that arranges placement of Peers,MPs,MEPs and Officers of both Houses of Parliament in industry for short periods in order to gain understanding of problems and challenges affecting wealth creators in the UK economy. The Trust also runs programmes in Parliament and in Brussels for those in business to better understand the legislative process. The Speaker and Lord Speaker are Joint Presidents of the Trust and the IPT is supported by the leaders of the main political parties. The Trust is non-political and non-lobbying.

“Industry and Parliament Trust”

Established in 1977, The Industry and Parliament Trust is dedicated to enabling a better understanding between, and better informed policy judgements in, business, government and Parliament. The Trust is built on a two-way exchange of information, knowledge and experience between all nature of industry and the UK and EU Parliaments. It encourages the concept of "practitioner learning from practitioner". The Trust places MPs, Peers, Officers of both Houses, MEPs and officials of the European Parliament in educational-exchange Fellowships and topic-based programmes within a range of participating companies from all sectors and of all sizes. The Trust also gives business personnel, at all levels within participating companies, the opportunity to understand the workings of Parliament and the EU institutions better, through a choice of study programmes, courses, workshops and seminars. The Trust publishes a quarterly magazine called The Bridge, distributed to all members of both Houses.

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Scottish Parliament: Post Office (Horizon System) Offences (Scotland) Bill: Stage 2 (23 May 2024)

Russell Findlay: ...Post Office. Fergus Ewing was quick to intervene to point out that the Post Office is an organisation that, to say the least, has got form. It is the reason why we are here. It cannot be trusted. It has withheld information, has covered up evidence and has behaved in the most disgraceful, and possibly criminal, way. I ask Maggie Chapman to reconsider, because what is...

Media Bill - Report and Third Reading: Amendment 1 (23 May 2024)

Baroness Benjamin: ...Despite the Online Safety Act addressing some of the most outrageous harms in these online spaces, nothing is being done to regulate the spaces for good content, which parents need to feel they can trust. Parents are looking to the Government to reassure them that this is happening. That is what public service media is about: it is there to regulate the broadcasters, to ensure that those...

Finance (No.2) Bill (23 May 2024)

James Murray: ...Conservative Finance Bills, because the country needs change. We finally have the chance to ask the British people what Government they want for the next five years. I hope that they will put their trust in our changed Labour party to change our country for the better.

Business of the House (23 May 2024)

Charles Walker: ...a great friend, full of advice and support. We are here not to build a legacy, but to get stuff done. In that spirit, I ask the Leader of the House to lend me her support. I chair the Country Food Trust, which works with over 1,000 food banks to bring prepacked venison to hungry people. We have been working tirelessly with fantastic officials and Ministers in the Department for...

Business of the House - Motion on Standing Orders (23 May 2024)

Lord True: lead your Lordships’ House, which I love with a deep passion. Maybe on another occasion I can express fully the personal feelings I have on this matter, but now I thank your Lordships for the trust and kindness that they have displayed. It is appreciated tremendously. This is also the occasion to briefly give thanks to so many others. Having started in this House well below the salt,...

NHS (23 May 2024)

Victoria Atkins: ...Dorset and seeing for myself not just a wonderful community hospital in Shaftesbury, but the brand new A&E unit that is being built in Dorchester. It is thanks to the hard work of the local trust, but also to Government investment, that that important hospital—alongside those that my right hon. Friend has described—can ensure that people in Dorset receive the care that they need in a...

AI Seoul Summit (23 May 2024)

Saqib Bhatti: ...Bletchley and the Seoul declarations were all about. Ultimately, the hon. Member’s final statement about AI being for humanity is absolutely right. We will continue to work at pace to help build trust in AI, because it can be a transformative tool in a number of different spheres—whether it is in the public sector or in health, as the hon. Member quite rightly pointed out. On a...

School Funding: Special Educational Needs - Question (23 May 2024)

Lord Watson of Invergowrie: To ask His Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the finding of the Sutton Trust’s School Funding and Pupil Premium 2024 survey published on 19 April, particularly with regard to special educational needs.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Joint Replacements: North East (23 May 2024)

Andrew Stephenson: information shows that there were 466 people waiting more than 12 months for hip replacement surgery, and 825 people waiting more than 12 months for knee replacement surgery, in acute trusts in the North East and Yorkshire as of 21 April 2024. The National Health Service has been hit by the most disruptive industrial action in its history, and as of April 2024, approximately 1.4...

Culture, Media and Sport: Heritage Buildings (23 May 2024)

Holly Lynch: I am grateful to the Minister for that answer and thank her for her kind words. I pay tribute to Halifax Civic Trust, which does so much great work in my constituency and has some amazing heritage buildings, not least the magnificent Piece Hall. However, we have others that developers have bought and sat on, refusing to invest in them, engage or release them to other interested parties. What...

Church Commissioners: Academy Schools (23 May 2024)

Andrew Selous: The Church of England is already the biggest provider of academies in England, with 1,770 academies and 280 multi-academy trusts. Each diocese across England will have its own academisation plans. These schools include pupils of all faiths and none, and they are committed to serving the whole community.

Disabled People on Benefits: EHRC Investigation (23 May 2024)

Mims Davies: ...identify. We have a growing number of visiting officers—500—and a growing number of colleagues with a trauma-informed approach, and there is close engagement with wider safeguarding. Having a trusted relationship with one’s work coach, job coach and disability employment adviser is so important, and this is at the heart of our safeguarding protocols, which are in place for healthcare...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Parents (23 May 2024)

Damian Hinds: The department has a comprehensive strategy to support schools, trusts, and local authorities to tackle school absence, and is supporting schools to engage effectively with parents. The department’s ‘working together to improve school attendance’ guidance for schools, trusts, and local authorities, which will become statutory in autumn 2024, is clear that engaging with parents and...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Veterans: Schools (23 May 2024)

Damian Hinds: Schools are best placed to decide on the development need of their staff and the leadership structure that best suits their pupils. That is why the department has given all trusts and schools the authority to make their own recruitment decisions, including for headteachers and senior leaders, using their own policies and procedures in line with Employment Law, Equality Action 2010 and Safer...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Prince's Trust: Contracts (23 May 2024)

Emily Thornberry: ...and Social Care, with reference to the Minister without Portfolio's article of 12 May 2024 in The Sunday Telegraph, when her Department is expected to terminate its contract with the Prince's Trust, order reference C191156; and whether a notice period is required under the provisions of clause 10.2.2 of that contract.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Countess of Chester Hospital: Perinatal Mortality (23 May 2024)

Maria Caulfield: ...ois#incoming-1255362 Additionally, data published by the Mothers and Babies: Reducing Risk through Audits and Confidential Enquiries across the UK (MBRRACE-UK) programme can be filtered by Trust, including the Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Data published by MBRRACE-UK which shows the neonatal mortality rate for the Countess of Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust for...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Cryptosporidia (23 May 2024)

Preet Kaur Gill: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, how many cases of Cryptosporidiosis have been recorded (a) by each NHS trust, (b) by each integrated care board and (c) in total in each of the last ten years.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Pancreatic Cancer: Research (23 May 2024)

Andrew Stephenson: ...of 8.88 out of 10. In areas such as support for health and wellbeing, and information on financial help, results were positive but showed room for improvement. NHS England continues to support trusts to take action to improve cancer patient support.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Paramedical Staff: Sexual Offences (23 May 2024)

Andrew Stephenson: ...reports of sexual abuse of its staff extremely seriously. NHS England welcomed the recommendations of the recent independent review of the ambulance sector culture, Culture Review of Ambulance Trusts, which highlights the need to target bullying and harassment, including sexual harassment, and enable freedom to speak up. The report is available at the following link:...

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