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Commons Chamber
Tackling Short-term and Long-term Cost of Living Increases - Tue 17 May 2022
HM Treasury

Mentions:
1: Paul Blomfield (LAB - Sheffield Central) important, but their record shows that they cannot deliver it.In November 2019, before we knew the word “coronavirus - Speech Link
2: Thérèse Coffey (CON - Suffolk Coastal) have a plan for in-work progression, why we have been investing in skills, why we are investing in our jobcentres - Speech Link
3: Thérèse Coffey (CON - Suffolk Coastal) We can see a kind of magic in our jobcentres, as people really want to break free from that unemployment - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Queen’s Speech - Tue 17 May 2022
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

Mentions:
1: Baroness Stedman-Scott (CON - Life peer) Through our network of jobcentres, DWP has long forged deep and wide connections to communities across - Speech Link
2: Baroness Lawrence of Clarendon (LAB - Life peer) richest third of pupils spending more time than the poorest third.One of the most significant impacts of coronavirus - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Business of the House - Thu 24 Mar 2022
Leader of the House

Mentions:
1: Mark Spencer (CON - Sherwood) was determined by the Backbench Business Committee.Tuesday 29 March—Debate on a motion to approve the Coronavirus - Speech Link
2: Marco Longhi (CON - Dudley North) Whether we are talking about universities, jobcentres, local authorities, the national health service - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
In-work Poverty - Wed 16 Mar 2022
Department for Work and Pensions

Mentions:
1: Margaret Greenwood (LAB - Wirral West) Labour, will increase the pressure on working people and businesses even further.The full impact of the coronavirus - Speech Link
2: Kenny MacAskill (Alba - East Lothian) First and foremost, we have to recognise that this was an issue even before coronavirus and the cost - Speech Link
3: Grahame Morris (LAB - Easington) Member is making some excellent points, but I wonder what impact the Government’s decision to close jobcentres - Speech Link
4: Chris Stephens (SNP - Glasgow South West) Gentleman will know, the Government tried to close half the jobcentres in the city of Glasgow. - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Social Security and Pensions - Mon 07 Feb 2022
Department for Work and Pensions

Mentions:
1: Karen Buck (LAB - Westminster North) I can certainly speak from experience of my own caseload, as I know that individual staff in jobcentres - Speech Link
2: David Linden (SNP - Glasgow East) forward to yet another visit to Shettleston jobcentre in my constituency—I actually used to have more jobcentres - Speech Link
3: David Rutley (CON - Macclesfield) lock because of a statistical anomaly, distorted by the cumulative effects of the economic impacts of coronavirus - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Tue 07 Dec 2021
HM Treasury

Mentions:
1: Rishi Sunak (CON - Richmond (Yorks)) transport system and who is responsible for it, I think we all know, and those problems were there before coronavirus - Speech Link
2: Rishi Sunak (CON - Richmond (Yorks)) £1.7 billion; it is the biggest business rates tax cut since the system was created, other than during coronavirus - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Community Debt Advice Services - Wed 01 Dec 2021
HM Treasury

Mentions:
1: Emma Hardy (LAB - Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle) They are not just experts in debt advice; they have links to other charities, councils, jobcentres and - Speech Link
2: John Glen (CON - Salisbury) Service for debt advice provision in England in 2020-21 and this financial year, on top of our wider coronavirus - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Universal Credit and Working Tax Credits - Wed 15 Sep 2021
Department for Work and Pensions

Mentions:
1: Thérèse Coffey (CON - Suffolk Coastal) People would have been queuing round the block trying to get into jobcentres, especially in the middle - Speech Link
2: Thérèse Coffey (CON - Suffolk Coastal) We already had about 640 jobcentres. - Speech Link
3: Kenny MacAskill (Alba - East Lothian) there would be a fairer future—something that should be borne in mind given the challenges we face with coronavirus - Speech Link
4: Helen Hayes (LAB - Dulwich and West Norwood) These are the same people who have been at the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic: social care workers - Speech Link
5: Richard Burgon (LAB - Leeds East) finally got my own flat this year and the amount that I have been living on has the increased boost from coronavirus - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Universal Credit - Thu 09 Sep 2021
Department for Work and Pensions

Mentions:
1: Baroness Tyler of Enfield (LDEM - Life peer) It was part of a wider package of support for family finances hit hard by Covid, including the Coronavirus - Speech Link
2: Baroness Eaton (CON - Life peer) While the uplift is being removed, the Government are increasing the number of jobcentres and work coaches—factors - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Social Justice and Fairness Commission - Wed 21 Jul 2021
Department for Work and Pensions

Mentions:
1: Kirsten Oswald (SNP - East Renfrewshire) payments by mid-August; and legislating to give unpaid carers on some of the lowest incomes an extra coronavirus - Speech Link
2: Will Quince (CON - Colchester) across the whole of the United Kingdom—to do the same.Through our recently expanded UK-wide network of jobcentres - Speech Link