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Commons Chamber
Business of the House - Thu 19 May 2022
Leader of the House

1: Mark Spencer (CON - Sherwood) Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill.Wednesday 25 May—Remaining stages of the Product Security - Speech Link
2: Mark Spencer (CON - Sherwood) whether she is a Bulls or a Rhinos fan, and I will upset somebody if I get that wrong.Our spending on disability - Speech Link
3: Mark Spencer (CON - Sherwood) The United Kingdom benefits from the most professional military services in the world, and we should - Speech Link
4: Marco Longhi (CON - Dudley North) My constituents who are parents of children with special educational needs and disability are suffering - Speech Link
5: Gavin Newlands (SNP - Paisley and Renfrewshire North) He is now home but unable to work and the benefits he receives do not meet his bills, including rent. - Speech Link

Westminster Hall
Dialysis Care Outcomes - Thu 19 May 2022
Department of Health and Social Care

1: Jim Shannon (DUP - Strangford) early medical action, and reduce the cost, that would be beneficial to the NHS.The clinical and cost benefits - Speech Link
2: Kenny MacAskill (Alba - East Lothian) Other countries bring in social and disability tariffs, so that those who have least or who are sick - Speech Link
3: Feryal Clark (LAB - Enfield North) already experience financial difficulties because of barriers to employment and additional costs of disability - Speech Link
4: Gillian Keegan (CON - Chichester) Home dialysis has the potential to deliver significant benefits for patient experience and outcomes, - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Transport - Thu 19 May 2022
Department for Transport

1: Andrew Stephenson (CON - Pendle) I do not need to remind the House of the vital economic and social role transport plays in our day-to-day - Speech Link
2: Huw Merriman (CON - Bexhill and Battle) That means more flexibility on staffing, especially security staff, so that they can be vetted and perhaps - Speech Link
3: Andrew Jones (CON - Harrogate and Knaresborough) I am not surprised by that, because we have seen passenger benefits. - Speech Link
4: Ian Paisley (DUP - North Antrim) Government intervention is required because of the strategic and security interests at stake with Union - Speech Link
5: Fleur Anderson (LAB - Putney) Covid has paused disability access schemes for trains and tubes, but it can no longer be an excuse. - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Achieving Economic Growth - Wed 18 May 2022
Department for Exiting the European Union

1: Hilary Benn (LAB - Leeds Central) What does that do for British food security? - Speech Link
2: Harriett Baldwin (CON - West Worcestershire) It not only gives them extra cash, but means they get other benefits. - Speech Link
3: Andrew Selous (CON - South West Bedfordshire) Often, employers will say that they are some of the most hard working and dedicated, which is why our disability - Speech Link
4: Crispin Blunt (CON - Reigate) Security (Special Rules for End of Life) Bill is to be welcomed. - Speech Link
5: Stephen Kinnock (LAB - Aberavon) In that regard, an energy security plan is also crucial. - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Wed 18 May 2022
Scotland Office

1: Alister Jack (CON - Dumfries and Galloway) The benefits are enormous. - Speech Link
2: Elliot Colburn (CON - Carshalton and Wallington) Can the Prime Minister outline how the special educational needs and disability review will help children - Speech Link
3: Virendra Sharma (LAB - Ealing, Southall) The Home Office, the Department of Health and Social Care and others now regularly take six months to - Speech Link
4: Richard Holden (CON - North West Durham) available locally in County Durham too, so that it is more than just a place to bring friends for a social - Speech Link

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

1: Stephen Timms (LAB - East Ham) The Work and Pensions Committee focuses on families with the lowest incomes who depend on social security - Speech Link
2: Kenny MacAskill (Alba - East Lothian) Member for Ceredigion (Ben Lake) said, it is time now for a social tariff and a disability tariff. - Speech Link
3: Beth Winter (LAB - Cynon Valley) We should also boost incomes, increase social security in line with inflation and ensure that the Government - Speech Link
4: Zarah Sultana (LAB - Coventry South) It would rebuild the social security safety net, with a real-terms increase in social security and pensions - Speech Link

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

1: Baroness Stedman-Scott (CON - Life peer) To improve their lives, we need to continually look at how we can improve the system.The Social Security - Speech Link
2: Baroness Brinton (LDEM - Life peer) Whether they are based on deprivation, ethnicity or disability, we need to address the social determinants - Speech Link
3: Baroness Thomas of Winchester (LDEM - Life peer) We know that the population is getting older, so more people are likely to need disability benefits in - Speech Link
4: Baroness Barran (CON - Life peer) The rules being changed in the Social Security (Special Rules for End of Life) Bill have been in place - Speech Link

Lords Chamber
Queen’s Speech - Mon 16 May 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

1: Baroness Jones of Whitchurch (LAB - Life peer) Why have the Government done nothing to revisit the level of social security uprating, despite the promise - Speech Link
2: Lord Young of Cookham (CON - Life peer) day and week, bringing it into line with other forms of transport, and exemptions for people with a disability - Speech Link
3: Lord Griffiths of Fforestfach (CON - Life peer) It creates suspicion, distrust and social conflict. It creates a blame culture. - Speech Link
4: Lord Shinkwin (CON - Life peer) Confident, its flagship disability employment scheme. - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Making Britain the Best Place to Grow Up and Grow Old - Mon 16 May 2022
Department for Education

1: Robert Neill (CON - Bromley and Chislehurst) stroke survivors remains patchy across the country, despite it being the largest single cause of adult disability - Speech Link
2: Jacob Young (CON - Redcar) Defence and energy security go hand in hand. - Speech Link
3: Danny Kruger (CON - Devizes) That is the real foundation of national resilience and national security: the security of our communities - Speech Link
4: Marion Fellows (SNP - Motherwell and Wishaw) It was the first payment made by Social Security Scotland. - Speech Link
5: Hywel Williams (PC - Arfon) Lady and her colleagues to have a proper social security system that is tailored to the needs of our - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Fairness at Work and Power in Communities - Thu 12 May 2022
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

1: Angela Rayner (LAB - Ashton-under-Lyne) Labour will also act to close gender, disability and ethnicity pay gaps. - Speech Link
2: Liam Fox (CON - North Somerset) We must have social mobility, ensuring that the next generation can participate in the benefits of home - Speech Link
3: Nia Griffith (LAB - Llanelli) No one benefits from a race to the bottom. - Speech Link
4: Barry Gardiner (LAB - Brent North) That means having security of income and security of health, and it means someone having the security - Speech Link