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Commons Chamber
Violence Against Women and Girls: Police Response - Wed 22 Sep 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Emma Hardy (LAB - Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle) week I highlighted the case of a constituent who had been raped but was not entitled to any criminal injury - Speech Link
2: Chris Bryant (LAB - Rhondda) show bruises, and there is something to be seen by the naked eye, but many others are injuries to the brain - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Future of the National Health Service - Wed 22 Sep 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Lisa Cameron (SNP - East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow) Member for Rhondda (Chris Bryant), who always speaks eloquently about brain injury, did not mention acquired - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Social Care Funding: Intergenerational Impact - Thu 16 Sep 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Baroness Watkins of Tavistock (CB - Life peer) on supporting younger people with long-term conditions, including, for example, multiple sclerosis, acquired - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Calorie Labelling (Out of Home Sector) (England) Regulations 2021 - Thu 22 Jul 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Baroness Jenkin of Kennington (CON - Life peer) The food even altered his brain. - Speech Link
2: Baroness Finlay of Llandaff (CB - Life peer) are displayed on drinks, people drink less, thereby also decreasing their liver damage, their risk of injury - Speech Link
3: Baroness Merron (LAB - Life peer) It is particularly important that an evidence base around personal choices is acquired, so that we can - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Economy Update - Wed 16 Jun 2021
HM Treasury

Mentions:
1: Eleanor Laing (CON - Epping Forest) Acquired Brain Injury BillPresentation and First Reading (Standing Order No. 57) - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
A Plan for the NHS and Social Care - Wed 19 May 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Jonathan Ashworth (LAB - Leicester South) injury, are important and welcome? - Speech Link
2: Chris Bryant (LAB - Rhondda) On brain injury, I just want to say that I really want us to think about legislation now. - Speech Link
3: Chris Bryant (LAB - Rhondda) injury, to try to get this back on course? - Speech Link
4: Chris Bryant (LAB - Rhondda) A brain injury Act would do five things. - Speech Link
5: Edward Argar (CON - Charnwood) Member for Rhondda (Chris Bryant), who is a strong champion of the cause of those with acquired brain - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Queen’s Speech - Wed 12 May 2021
Department for Education

Mentions:
1: Baroness Greengross (CB - Life peer) employment—and ensures that we have a skilled workforce that meets the needs of our economy—and can support brain - Speech Link
2: Baroness Jolly (LDEM - Life peer) reconsider the adequacy of existing standards for the safety of all homes—not just from fire but from any injury - Speech Link
3: Lord Winston (LAB - Life peer) improve its health, behaviour and economy, we need to invest much more in primary education, when the brain - Speech Link
4: Lord Baker of Dorking (CON - Life peer) The Prime Minister has said that he wants to arrest the brain drain of youngsters in the north - Speech Link
5: Lord Campbell-Savours (LAB - Life peer) To it, it is no more than a saleable asset that it acquired for nearly nothing in 2010 and that it is - Speech Link
6: Lord Clark of Windermere (LAB - Life peer) Askham Bryan College in York, which acquired Newton Rigg for just £1 about 11 years ago, has found - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Debate on the Address - Tue 11 May 2021
Cabinet Office

Mentions:
1: Chris Bryant (LAB - Rhondda) I will ask the question that I was going to try to ask the Prime Minister, which is about acquired brain - Speech Link
2: Chris Bryant (LAB - Rhondda) look at the issues that lead to dementia, making sure that there is more research, in particular, on acquired - Speech Link
3: Theresa May (CON - Maidenhead) Gentleman has been very adept in bringing into this debate an issue—acquired brain injury—on which he - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Domestic Abuse Bill - Mon 15 Mar 2021
No Department present

Mentions:
1: None injury, and other forms of acquired brain injury, including concussion.(2) For the purposes of this - Speech Link
2: Lord Ramsbotham (CB - Life peer) I should also declare an interest as chairman of the Criminal Justice and Acquired Brain Injury Interest - Speech Link
3: Baroness Finlay of Llandaff (CB - Life peer) her speech become slurred because of brain injury. - Speech Link
4: Baroness Burt of Solihull (LDEM - Life peer) She also cast a depressing light on the fact that much acquired brain injury is irreversible. - Speech Link
5: Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay (CON - Life peer) Along with Chris Bryant MP, he has raised the importance and profile of the issue of acquired brain injury - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Concussion in Sport - Thu 11 Mar 2021
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Mentions:
1: Chris Bryant (LAB - Rhondda) The truth is that brain injury is a hidden epidemic in this country. - Speech Link
2: Nigel Huddleston (CON - Mid Worcestershire) I greatly appreciate the care and commitment he has shown in regard to concussion and brain injury in - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Overseas Operations (Service Personnel and Veterans) Bill - Thu 11 Mar 2021
Ministry of Defence

Mentions:
1: Lord Thomas of Gresford (LDEM - Life peer) The standard limitation period is three years for tortious claims for personal injury and wrongful - Speech Link
2: Lord Hendy (LAB - Life peer) years for claims in tort or contract, but in Section 3 this is reduced to three years for personal injury - Speech Link
3: Baroness Smith of Newnham (LDEM - Life peer) and I assume to other noble Lords who are participating—for example, from the Association of Personal Injury - Speech Link
4: Lord Thomas of Gresford (LDEM - Life peer) Whatever the cause of delay in starting proceedings may be, such as brain injury received by an - Speech Link
5: Lord Faulks (Non-affiliated - Life peer) The provisions in the Limitation Act dealing with personal injury claims do not actually provide for - Speech Link
6: None For example, in Human Rights Act claims, it is not necessary to show that a significant injury has been - Speech Link
7: Lord Falconer of Thoroton (LAB - Life peer) an overseas operation, just as much as if they bring a claim with the normal rules applying if the injury - Speech Link
8: Lord Stewart of Dirleton (CON - Life peer) The longstops apply to all Human Rights Act and death and personal injury claims connected with - Speech Link
9: None In situations where claimants are unaware of who was responsible for their injury, or where an illness - Speech Link
10: None > “system that decides and acts to accomplish desired goals, within defined parameters, based on acquired - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Domestic Abuse Bill - Wed 10 Mar 2021
Ministry of Justice

Mentions:
1: None dangerous, and that using it is reckless as there is always a risk of harm because you are depriving the brain - Speech Link
2: Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames (LDEM - Life peer) It will be less difficult to prove, in cases of both physical and psychiatric injury, than if the only - Speech Link
3: Baroness Wilcox of Newport (LAB - Life peer) Strangulation is a very particular form of assault for three reasons: it is likely to cause serious injury - Speech Link
4: Lord Wolfson of Tredegar (CON - Life peer) That is because the victim may have no, or limited, signs of injury. - Speech Link
5: Baroness Williams of Trafford (CON - Life peer) in which someone who abuses a substance such as alcohol seems to have a switch flicked within their brain - Speech Link
6: Lord Judge (CB - Life peer) It certainly would not be appropriate for someone who had acquired the intimate photographs, perhaps - Speech Link
7: Baroness Kennedy of Shaws (LAB - Life peer) I even represented a woman who took a rolling pin and hit her husband, causing an injury to his skull - Speech Link
8: None or inflict grievous bodily harm);(h) section 27 (abandoning children);(i) section 28 (causing bodily injury - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Mon 01 Mar 2021
Department for Education

Mentions:
1: Chris Bryant (LAB - Rhondda) under the age of 18 who are in receipt of specialist education support as a result of experiencing a brain - Speech Link
2: Vicky Ford (CON - Chelmsford) A pupil’s acquired brain injury could manifest in many different ways, and support should be tailored - Speech Link
3: Chris Bryant (LAB - Rhondda) it is probably likely that lots of headteachers will not even know whether their children have had acquired - Speech Link
4: Vicky Ford (CON - Chelmsford) injury manifests for that child. - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Domestic Abuse Bill - Mon 08 Feb 2021
Ministry of Justice

Mentions:
1: Lord Ramsbotham (CB - Life peer) Acquired Brain Injury. - Speech Link
2: Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay (CON - Life peer) Acquired Brain Injury. - Speech Link
3: None Acquired Brain Injury. - Speech Link
4: Baroness Burt of Solihull (LDEM - Life peer) Acquired Brain Injury. - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill - Wed 13 Jan 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Baroness Hamwee (LDEM - Life peer) We are aware of the complexities of the development of a child’s brain—indeed, of its development well - Speech Link
2: Baroness Bull (CB - Life peer) As the brain develops into adulthood, the connections between the rational and emotional parts of the - Speech Link
3: Lord Rosser (LAB - Life peer) the conduct does not involve the participant engaging in anything likely to cause death or serious injury - Speech Link
4: Lord Bruce of Bennachie (LDEM - Life peer) After all, to commit murder, to inflict serious injury deliberately or to perpetrate rape, sexual offences - Speech Link
5: None operational dividend against the likely intrusive effects, including the potential for collateral damage or injury - Speech Link
6: None Injuries Compensation (Northern Ireland) Order 2002 by virtue of the fact that the conduct causing such injury - Speech Link
7: None for purposes of destruction.(10) In this section “journalistic material” means material created or acquired - Speech Link