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Westminster Hall
Covid-19 Vaccinations - Mon 20 Sep 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

1: Nusrat Ghani (CON - Wealden) Before we begin, I encourage Members to wear masks when not speaking, in line with current Government - Speech Link
2: Anum Qaisar (SNP - Airdrie and Shotts) England from covid between January and July were among those who were fully vaccinated. - Speech Link
3: Jack Dromey (LAB - Birmingham, Erdington) make a more direct effort to vaccinate those from communities in which vaccination rates are low, particularly - Speech Link
4: Maggie Throup (CON - Erewash) Vaccinated people are far less likely to face severe disease from covid-19, to be admitted to hospital - Speech Link
5: Maggie Throup (CON - Erewash) health and care workers—those with face-to-face contact with patients and clients through the delivery - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Covid-19 Update - Mon 19 Jul 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

1: Nadhim Zahawi (CON - Stratford-on-Avon) However, they will have to continue to self-isolate at all other times. - Speech Link
2: Jonathan Ashworth (LAB - Leicester South) The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency has approved the Pfizer jab for all 12 to 18- - Speech Link
3: Nadhim Zahawi (CON - Stratford-on-Avon) make sure that it reviews the data on all children. - Speech Link
4: Peter Bone (CON - Wellingborough) The last time compulsory vaccination occurred was in the 19th century. - Speech Link
5: Nadhim Zahawi (CON - Stratford-on-Avon) to be careful when in indoor spaces and crowded places, to wear masks and to take personal and corporate - Speech Link
6: Peter Kyle (LAB - Hove) The Government have scrapped the need for face masks and the bubbling system, and they have now forbidden - Speech Link
7: Roger Gale (CON - North Thanet) As a result of the decision taken by the Department of Health and Social Care, all those people now face - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Covid-19 Update - Mon 12 Jul 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

1: Sajid Javid (CON - Bromsgrove) wear face coverings, unless they are exempt, in crowded indoor settings like public transport.I also - Speech Link
2: Jonathan Ashworth (LAB - Leicester South) First, Labour would continue with mandatory mask wearing. - Speech Link
3: Philippa Whitford (SNP - Central Ayrshire) Finally, why is the Secretary of State ending the mandatory wearing of masks in indoor spaces and on - Speech Link
4: Caroline Lucas (GRN - Brighton, Pavilion) The message around face masks on public transport, for example, has been downgraded from being a clear - Speech Link
5: Jack Brereton (CON - Stoke-on-Trent South) Friend continue to do all he can to ensure that we help jobs and industries of that kind, which have - Speech Link
6: Ben Bradshaw (LAB - Exeter) If he will not bring forward his 16 August date, why on earth will he not continue to mandate masks on - Speech Link
7: Sajid Javid (CON - Bromsgrove) that it was better to make sure that more people are vaccinated than will be on 19 July, and I think - Speech Link
8: Christian Matheson (LAB - City of Chester) continue wearing masks. - Speech Link
9: Paul Blomfield (LAB - Sheffield Central) The reasons why the wearing of masks was made mandatory remain the same as when the Government recommended - Speech Link

Lords Chamber
Covid-19 Update - Thu 08 Jul 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

1: None This pandemic is far from over, and we will continue to proceed with caution. - Speech Link
2: Baroness Brinton (LDEM - Life peer) all restrictions on 19 July. - Speech Link
3: Lord Bethell (CON - Excepted Hereditary) As such, the ping from the app is advisory but a telephone call from test and trace is mandatory. - Speech Link
4: Baroness Browning (CON - Life peer) that they should retain face masks, distancing and hand gel use? - Speech Link
5: Baroness Bull (CB - Life peer) A YouGov survey found that two-thirds of people want to continue with masks and an ALVA survey found - Speech Link
6: Lord Campbell-Savours (LAB - Life peer) Mask specification is critical in healthcare settings. - Speech Link
7: Earl of Clancarty (CB - Excepted Hereditary) Despite what the Minister has just said about face masks, will that important factor be taken into account - Speech Link
8: Lord Rooker (LAB - Life peer) shield, which would remove part of the worry from the large changes due to take place on 19 July. - Speech Link
9: Lord Bethell (CON - Excepted Hereditary) We wait to hear from them before we can make a decision. - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Coronavirus - Wed 16 Jun 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

1: Steve Baker (CON - Wycombe) of the NHS to provide other healthcare could be compromised by admissions from a younger population, - Speech Link
2: Simon Fell (CON - Barrow and Furness) , in the face of a virus that we are not going to get rid of, and which will continue to mutate and challenge - Speech Link
3: Mark Harper (CON - Forest of Dean) There is no mention here of an earlier review after two weeks—“the first review due by Monday 19th July - Speech Link
4: John Redwood (CON - Wokingham) I think that more could be done on ensuring that all our health settings have really great infection - Speech Link
5: Jeremy Wright (CON - Kenilworth and Southam) In all the difficult judgments the House has had to make during the pandemic, this is perhaps one of - Speech Link
6: Siobhan Baillie (CON - Stroud) We must trust them to continue acting with caution, and we must trust them to make choices to protect - Speech Link

Grand Committee
Medicines and Medical Devices Bill
Committee: 2nd sitting (Hansard) - Mon 26 Oct 2020
Department of Health and Social Care

1: Baroness Thornton (LAB - Life peer) I think that we probably need to continue this discussion, to make sure that we end up in the right place - Speech Link
2: Lord Hunt of Kings Heath (LAB - Life peer) and constraints they face that lead to patient safety problems. - Speech Link
3: Lord Patel (CB - Life peer) This led to regulations requiring testing of medicines in non-clinical and clinical settings prior to - Speech Link
4: Baroness Watkins of Tavistock (CB - Life peer) intensive care and other care settings, including the community settings, where safety is paramount, - Speech Link
5: Baroness Masham of Ilton (CB - Life peer) Masks and all PPE are in demand worldwide. Has the UK got an ongoing adequate supply? - Speech Link
6: Lord Bethell (CON - Excepted Hereditary) continue to support increased investment in the UK to develop and supply medicines and devices, by ensuring - Speech Link
7: Lord Hunt of Kings Heath (LAB - Life peer) I am afraid that the NHS has to face up to some responsibility for that, both in terms of the industry - Speech Link
8: Baroness McIntosh of Hudnall (LAB - Life peer) You are with us in all your glory. Please continue. - Speech Link
9: None like to continue in a spirit of positivity, I can go no further today. - Speech Link

Lords Chamber
Inequalities - Thu 13 Jun 2019
No Department present

1: Baroness Stroud (CON - Life peer) If we are to make real progress, we need to believe that we are all committed to the task ahead and that - Speech Link
2: Lord Browne of Ladyton (LAB - Life peer) took over at No. 10 on 13 July 2016. - Speech Link
3: Lord Ravensdale (CB - Excepted Hereditary) markets continue to affect old industries. - Speech Link
4: Earl of Listowel (CB - Excepted Hereditary) parents and helping those children and families get to children’s centres and other settings. - Speech Link
5: Lord Hain (LAB - Life peer) boast about is set to continue remorselessly. - Speech Link
6: Baroness Osamor (LAB - Life peer) Let me be clear: our challenges now are quite different from those of the 19th century. - Speech Link
7: Baroness Barran (CON - Life peer) to individuals who face very difficult situations. - Speech Link