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Commons Chamber
Budget Resolutions - Mon 01 Nov 2021
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities

Mentions:
1: Michael Gove (CON - Surrey Heath) health service and social careand the Labour party voted against it? - Speech Link
2: Ed Davey (LDEM - Kingston and Surbiton) Why are Conservative Ministers prepared to allow new oil drilling in the Surrey hills and the north of - Speech Link
3: Margaret Hodge (LAB - Barking) insurance, to fund health and social care. - Speech Link
4: Bob Blackman (CON - Harrow East) with families to live in. - Speech Link
5: Royston Smith (CON - Southampton, Itchen) We simply cannot allow that to happen. - Speech Link
6: Ronnie Cowan (SNP - Inverclyde) Six out of 10 people who have died of covid-19 are disabled, and those living in a deprived area are - Speech Link
7: Siobhain McDonagh (LAB - Mitcham and Morden) The national insurance hike alone will cost a care worker £140 a year, a nurse £310 and a paramedic £420 - Speech Link
8: Liz Saville Roberts (PC - Dwyfor Meirionnydd) Those living in London can expect to live two and a half years longer than people in Wales.Levelling - Speech Link
9: Bell Ribeiro-Addy (LAB - Streatham) The research also shows that low-income households will be disproportionately hit and that disabled people - Speech Link


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

Mentions:
1: Baroness Greengross (CB - Life peer) people to live five extra healthy and independent years of life by 2035. - Speech Link
2: Baroness Jolly (LDEM - Life peer) both to those unpaid carers who care for family and friends and to those who are paid for their work - Speech Link
3: Lord Adebowale (CB - Life peer) allow for many of the issues that need to be resolved in the reconfiguration of health and social care - Speech Link
4: Lord Shinkwin (CON - Life peer) Many disabled people are pinning their hopes on it, and I am one of them. - Speech Link
5: Lord Cormack (CON - Life peer) I refer to those who live in our care homes. - Speech Link
6: Baroness Grey-Thompson (CB - Life peer) in relation to work, which will fundamentally help improve the lives of disabled people in a number - Speech Link
7: Lord Callanan (CON - Life peer) people with disabilities get or stay in work, and we will publish a national strategy for disabled people - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill
Report stage - Wed 30 Sep 2020
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Baroness Williams of Trafford (CON - Life peer) to live and work in the UK. - Speech Link
2: Baroness Smith of Newnham (LDEM - Life peer) to live and work in the UK. - Speech Link
3: Baroness Neville-Rolfe (CON - Life peer) to live and work in the UK. - Speech Link
4: Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb (GRN - Life peer) in health and social care in Scotland, particularly to third-sector organisations, which have a key - Speech Link
5: Baroness Ritchie of Downpatrick (LAB - Life peer) but because of rising waiting lists for health and medical care in the health service. - Speech Link
6: Baroness Masham of Ilton (CB - Life peer) There is a serious shortage of live-in carers to help disabled people, due to the combination of coronavirus - Speech Link
7: Lord Horam (CON - Life peer) recruit, train and pay properly the people in this country before we look abroad. - Speech Link
8: Baroness Hamwee (LDEM - Life peer) I mean, of course, the many people who support and care for someone older, disabled or seriously ill - Speech Link
9: Baroness Williams of Trafford (CON - Life peer) We need to make changes to the way we train, recruit , attract and, crucially, retain staff in health - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill
2nd reading (Hansard) - Wed 22 Jul 2020
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Baroness Williams of Trafford (CON - Life peer) stay on their visas; exempting all NHS workers, wider health professionals and social care workers from - Speech Link
2: Baroness Hamwee (LDEM - Life peer) It is to be preceded by the health and social care visa and a belated nod to the health charge levied - Speech Link
3: Lord Kilclooney (CB - Life peer) more people from Britain went to live in the Republic of Ireland than Irish people came to live in the - Speech Link
4: Baroness Masham of Ilton (CB - Life peer) Many disabled people live in their own homes and have live-in carers or carers who visit them every day - Speech Link
5: Baroness Greengross (CB - Life peer) The health and care visa route recently announced excludes social care worker from its list of skilled - Speech Link
6: Baroness Altmann (CON - Life peer) for the social care workforce and the elderly, disabled or frail individuals who rely on them for their - Speech Link
7: Lord Hunt of Kings Heath (LAB - Life peer) Essentially, the Home Office says that the care sector should recruit staff from people living in this - Speech Link
8: Baroness Williams of Trafford (CON - Life peer) been discussed most in this Second Reading debate is health and care workers. - Speech Link


Public Bill Committees
Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill (Sixth sitting)
Committee Debate: 6th sitting: House of Commons - Tue 16 Jun 2020
Home Office

Mentions:
1: None and social care staff required to maintain the UK’s health and social care sector.’ - Speech Link
2: Kevin Foster (CON - Torbay) and allow people with reasonable grounds for missing the deadline a further opportunity to apply. - Speech Link
3: None clinical administration staff, and care home staff;“social care worker” means a worker as defined by - Speech Link
4: None , nurse or care worker worse off for contributing their valuable skills and expertise to the NHS and - Speech Link
5: None health and care workers throughout the pandemic, with “Clap for our Carers” every Thursday, which I think - Speech Link
6: Kevin Foster (CON - Torbay) It is done via an online system, which allows people to check easily. - Speech Link
7: Brendan O'Hara (SNP - Argyll and Bute) affect hundreds of thousands of their clients: disabled people, children and young people, older people - Speech Link
8: Brendan O'Hara (SNP - Argyll and Bute) to move the people losing their jobs as a result of coronavirus into the health and social care sector - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Covid-19: Social Care Services - Thu 23 Apr 2020
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Baroness Masham of Ilton (CB - Life peer) Many disabled people live in their own homes and have live-in carers. - Speech Link
2: Lord Hain (LAB - Life peer) care, leaving many without adequate personal care and preventing disabled people leaving the house or - Speech Link
3: Baroness Barker (LDEM - Life peer) People who signed up to GoodSAM need a clear message that they can and should volunteer via local resilience - Speech Link
4: Baroness Finlay of Llandaff (CB - Life peer) and to fully integrate health and social care? - Speech Link
5: Lord Wei (CON - Life peer) We need to do more to loosen regulations in this emergency to allow more localised testing operated by - Speech Link
6: Baroness Watkins of Tavistock (CB - Life peer) , people with mental health problems and older people in their own homes to purchase the necessary PPE - Speech Link
7: Baroness Uddin (Non-affiliated - Life peer) What protocol exists for carers accompanying disabled children and adults to hospital should they contract - Speech Link
8: Baroness Massey of Darwen (LAB - Life peer) due to disability, having mental health problems, being young carers, living in poverty, not being in - Speech Link
9: Baroness Brinton (LDEM - Life peer) On Sunday, an appalling story came out of a social care worker in Norfolk being asked to go to Sheffield—a - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Queen’s Speech - Thu 09 Jan 2020
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Baroness Thomas of Winchester (LDEM - Life peer) disabled people to achieve their potential”,and that it will be developed with disabled people, disability - Speech Link
2: Baroness Jolly (LDEM - Life peer) about international health worker recruitment processes. - Speech Link
3: Lord Bishop of Portsmouth (Bishops - Bishops) beyond the welcome review of PIP and disabled people. - Speech Link
4: Baroness Pitkeathley (LAB - Life peer) have died waiting for a care package and tens of thousands of carers have sacrificed their own health - Speech Link
5: Baroness Janke (LDEM - Life peer) Some 60% of people in poverty live in a household where at least one person works, and 2.8 million people - Speech Link
6: Baroness Greengross (CB - Life peer) fields of health, social care and the way we meet carers’ needs. - Speech Link
7: Earl of Arran (CON - Excepted Hereditary) people—including youth —to live in rural areas. - Speech Link
8: Baroness Hollins (CB - Life peer) More than half of social care spending in England is on working-age disabled adults; that is, people - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
The Economy - Thu 24 Oct 2019
HM Treasury

Mentions:
1: John McDonnell (LAB - Hayes and Harlington) have sold out our public services to them: £9 billion-worth of contracts in health and social care were - Speech Link
2: John McDonnell (LAB - Hayes and Harlington) Cuts in social care undermine the basis of support for many elderly people in particular, and that falls - Speech Link
3: John McDonnell (LAB - Hayes and Harlington) Some of the most vulnerable, particularly disabled people, have been forced to the wall as a result of - Speech Link
4: Kirsty Blackman (SNP - Aberdeen North) Those people who choose to come to live and work in Scotland are largely young and working, they have - Speech Link
5: Michael Fallon (CON - Sevenoaks) get more resources into mental health and to start to fill the gap between health and social care. - Speech Link
6: Lilian Greenwood (LAB - Nottingham South) That is impacting older people, disabled people and carers. - Speech Link
7: Rachael Maskell (LAB - York Central) Waiting lists in the NHS mean that my primary care mental health service is not just being cut but is - Speech Link
8: Chris Green (CON - Bolton West) Without a strong economy, we would not be able to invest in law and order to recruit 20,000 extra police - Speech Link
9: Anna Turley (LAB - Redcar) in the country to live, work, flourish and prosper? - Speech Link
10: Susan Elan Jones (LAB - Clwyd South) I live in a village and it can be difficult to get to town when I’m in debilitating pain and on strong - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Queen’s Speech - Tue 22 Oct 2019
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Baroness Sherlock (LAB - Life peer) This cannot be the greatest country to live in unless it is a great place for all our people to live - Speech Link
2: Baroness Campbell of Surbiton (CB - Life peer) My Lords, I propose to speak about social care for disabled and older people, which of course impacts - Speech Link
3: Baroness Massey of Darwen (LAB - Life peer) health related to income, education and where people live. - Speech Link
4: Baroness Featherstone (LDEM - Life peer) rest of society no less than disabled people and their organisations”. - Speech Link
5: Baroness Tyler of Enfield (LDEM - Life peer) integrated care Bill to assist the delivery of the NHS long-term plan and allow services to work together - Speech Link
6: Baroness Jolly (LDEM - Life peer) I gently remind the House that adult social care concerns vulnerable older people and disabled people - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Public Services - Wed 16 Oct 2019
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Alison Thewliss (SNP - Glasgow Central) EU worker in Scotland adds, on average, £34,400 to GDP and £10,400 to Government revenue. - Speech Link
2: Clive Betts (LAB - Sheffield South East) people in this country still live in high-rise blocks and other properties with dangerous cladding. - Speech Link
3: Anne Milton (IND - Guildford) the health and wellbeing of young people in schools today. - Speech Link
4: Holly Lynch (LAB - Halifax) It has been difficult to recruit and retain staff in specialist areas. - Speech Link
5: Liz McInnes (LAB - Heywood and Middleton) the disastrous Health and Social Care Act 2012. - Speech Link
6: Debbie Abrahams (LAB - Oldham East and Saddleworth) sick and disabled citizens face as a result of his Government’s social security and social care policies - Speech Link
7: Bob Blackman (CON - Harrow East) provide homes for those people to actually live in. - Speech Link
8: Ruth George (LAB - High Peak) Every single health service will be affected, from mental health to GPs, primary care, walk-in centres - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Debate on the Address - Mon 14 Oct 2019
Cabinet Office

Mentions:
1: Lee Rowley (CON - North East Derbyshire) people to get better quickly and to live longer; they want people who stand shoulder to shoulder with - Speech Link
2: Jeremy Corbyn (IND - Islington North) people in that town live in fuel poverty. - Speech Link
3: Jeremy Corbyn (IND - Islington North) We want to bin the Health and Social Care Act 2012 and truly end all privatisation in our national health - Speech Link
4: Boris Johnson (CON - Uxbridge and South Ruislip) It is to allow young people to make the most of their education and their talents, and to boost the productivity - Speech Link
5: Peter Bottomley (CON - Worthing West) It is in a bipartisan area, and it will make a difference to many of the people who live in the 5 million - Speech Link
6: Gareth Thomas (LAB - Harrow West) million was submitted to the Department of Health and Social Care and the Treasury last year. - Speech Link
7: David Amess (CON - Southend West) visas for musicians and other creatives. - Speech Link
8: Paul Blomfield (LAB - Sheffield Central) proposals to tackle the crisis in adult social care and, indeed, to meet the needs of young carers. - Speech Link
9: David Drew (LAB - Stroud) Friend for bringing up that group of young people and for talking about carers. - Speech Link
10: Cheryl Gillan (CON - Chesham and Amersham) I am thinking about disabled people and people who cannot afford a car and who need a better bus infrastructure - Speech Link


Public Bill Committees
Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill (Sixth sitting) - Tue 26 Feb 2019
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Kate Green (LAB - Stretford and Urmston) They are a growing workforce within the wider social care workforce, particularly as more disabled people - Speech Link
2: Kate Green (LAB - Stretford and Urmston) personal assistants and, most importantly, to the disabled people who employ them. - Speech Link
3: Caroline Nokes (CON - Romsey and Southampton North) tremendous contribution made to the UK by those working in social care and in our wider health and care - Speech Link
4: Kate Green (LAB - Stretford and Urmston) spoken of in relation to her colleagues in the Department of Health and Social Care. - Speech Link
5: Stuart C McDonald (SNP - Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East) agricultural workers scheme to allow farmers and others to recruit from outside the EU as well. - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Budget Resolutions
1st reading: House of Commons - Tue 28 Nov 2017
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Mentions:
1: Greg Clark (CON - Tunbridge Wells) An ageing population creates new demands in care to maintain their health so that they can make the most - Speech Link
2: Greg Clark (CON - Tunbridge Wells) live within our means, create good jobs and pay people well. - Speech Link
3: Damian Collins (CON - Folkestone and Hythe) people to live, but a considerable number of jobs in the construction sector. - Speech Link
4: James Frith (LAB - Bury North) 2010; nothing for social care or carers; nothing for the rise in crime or to cover for police pay rises - Speech Link
5: Marsha De Cordova (LAB - Battersea) There was no mention of disabled people in the Budget. - Speech Link
6: Preet Kaur Gill (LAB - Birmingham, Edgbaston) on health and social care. - Speech Link
7: Anna McMorrin (LAB - Cardiff North) would help the people we represent to live a decent life. - Speech Link
8: Margaret Greenwood (LAB - Wirral West) The Health Foundation and the Nuffield Trust agree that that amount is needed to prevent patient care - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Queen’s Speech - Thu 19 May 2016
Department for Education

Mentions:
1: Baroness Walmsley (LDEM - Life peer) Now the Government even want to charge a £1,000 skills levy on visas for health workers from overseas - Speech Link
2: Earl of Listowel (CB - Excepted Hereditary) This in turn would allow a far more efficient use of scant mental health resources. - Speech Link
3: Baroness Bonham-Carter of Yarnbury (LDEM - Life peer) of people to work and travel across Europe without the need for visas both facilitates and fuels the - Speech Link
4: Lord Hodgson of Astley Abbotts (CON - Life peer) We currently live 2.4 people per dwelling. - Speech Link
5: Lord Shinkwin (CON - Life peer) ’ confidence in disabled people means ensuring that when they want to recruit the best, they can be confident - Speech Link
6: Lord Bichard (CB - Life peer) yes, we can improve social care, even in the time of austerity in which we liveand we must. - Speech Link
7: Baroness Tyler of Enfield (LDEM - Life peer) Mental health services must be able to identify young carers, give them the right information and provide - Speech Link
8: Baroness King of Bow (LAB - Life peer) live up to the ambitions in our strategies. - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Queen’s Speech - Mon 13 May 2013
HM Treasury

Mentions:
1: Lord Deighton (CON - Life peer) Our aim is to help people achieve their aspiration to live in a home that gives them security. - Speech Link
2: Lord Lea of Crondall (Non-affiliated - Life peer) … It has given people the freedom to travel, work and live in other EU countries”.Some 60% found it “ - Speech Link
3: Baroness Warwick of Undercliffe (LAB - Life peer) The Minister may say that applications for visas to study in universities are up, and that UCAS figures - Speech Link
4: Lord Sutherland of Houndwood (CB - Deceased - 29 January 2018) in a society, whether economic health or civic health. - Speech Link
5: Lord Hodgson of Astley Abbotts (CON - Life peer) to those who live in the shires and the leafy suburbs.What can be done? - Speech Link
6: Lord Patten (CON - Life peer) for people who live nearby. - Speech Link
7: Lord Stevenson of Balmacara (LAB - Life peer) making sure that older people, disabled people and people with learning difficulties have access through - Speech Link
8: Baroness Hanham (CON - Retired on 22 July 2020) She was one of the first people to really put the needs of disabled people on the map, of course being - Speech Link
9: Baroness Hanham (CON - Retired on 22 July 2020) The noble Lord also asked about the resource transfer from the National Health Service to social care - Speech Link