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Commons Chamber
Health and Care Bill - Mon 22 Nov 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Lindsay Hoyle (Speaker - Chorley) This amendment makes explicit exemptions from the advertising restrictions on on-demand programme - Speech Link
2: None on-demand programme services. - Speech Link
3: None on-demand programme services. - Speech Link
4: Edward Argar (CON - Charnwood) on-demand programme services. - Speech Link
5: Edward Argar (CON - Charnwood) on-demand programme services. - Speech Link
6: Edward Argar (CON - Charnwood) on-demand programme services. - Speech Link
7: Edward Argar (CON - Charnwood) on-demand programme services. - Speech Link
8: Greg Smith (CON - Buckingham) They look more and more to YouTube, on-demand services and online; I can testify to that from my own - Speech Link
9: Christian Wakeford (CON - Bury South) TV, on demand and online. - Speech Link
10: None An amendment has been made to each of the TV, on-demand programming services and online sections, ensuring - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Mon 22 Nov 2021
Scotland Office

Mentions:
1: Lord Falconer of Thoroton (LAB - Life peer) On that basis, I beg to move. - Speech Link
2: Lord Thomas of Gresford (LDEM - Life peer) much understand the impatience of the noble and learned Lord, Lord Falconer, for the introduction of video - Speech Link
3: None I have figures on this. - Speech Link
4: Lord Thomas of Gresford (LDEM - Life peer) nature that require interfering with the customary time limit applied in summary proceedings may not demand - Speech Link
5: Lord Paddick (LDEM - Life peer) However, we move on. - Speech Link
6: None are some languages that are not yet covered by the DPSI level 6 but are, nevertheless, sometimes in demand - Speech Link
7: Lord Hogan-Howe (CB - Life peer) Body-worn video, CCTV or audio recordings of the interview might be available, so someone can go back - Speech Link
8: Lord Stewart of Dirleton (CON - Life peer) recently developed a subsidised trainee scheme, encouraging qualification in languages that are in high demand - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease - Wed 17 Nov 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Mike Amesbury (LAB - Weaver Vale) has represented a higher risk for those suffering from lung disease and resulted in the additional demand - Speech Link
2: Liz Twist (LAB - Blaydon) Friend the Member for Weaver Vale (Mike Amesbury) on securing this debate on an important subject. - Speech Link
3: Ruth Jones (LAB - Newport West) Spirometry is key, because COPD cannot be diagnosed by video link or telephone. - Speech Link
4: Justin Madders (LAB - Ellesmere Port and Neston) Friend the Member for Weaver Vale (Mike Amesbury), for securing this debate on COPD on World COPD Day - Speech Link
5: Gillian Keegan (CON - Chichester) Member for Weaver Vale (Mike Amesbury) on securing this debate, particularly on World COPD Day. - Speech Link
6: Jim Shannon (DUP - Strangford) What is the Government’s policy on that? - Speech Link
7: Gillian Keegan (CON - Chichester) services to all inpatients, pregnant women and people accessing long-term mental health and learning disability - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Wed 17 Nov 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: None detained in accommodation for women in the criminal justice system; and(n) annually—(i) to assess future demand - Speech Link
2: None will be aware that residential treatment placements are unfortunately scarce, expensive and in high demand - Speech Link
3: None Demand for community drug and alcohol services is high. - Speech Link
4: None We have to face the fact that disability is not itself a ground for exemption from jury service. - Speech Link
5: Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames (LDEM - Life peer) on the side of assisting persons with a disability, for precisely the reasons given just now by the - Speech Link
6: Lord Pannick (CB - Life peer) the court to require a person, including a defendant, to take part in proceedings by audio or video - Speech Link
7: Lord Ponsonby of Shulbrede (LAB - Life peer) The amendment in my name, Amendment 259BA, would require that all defendants who might appear on a video - Speech Link
8: Lord Wolfson of Tredegar (CON - Life peer) Amendment 259A similarly seeks to remove children from the application of Clause 169, which is about video - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
School-based Counselling Services - Tue 09 Nov 2021
No Department present

Mentions:
1: Catherine McKinnell (LAB - Newcastle upon Tyne North) Friend on securing the debate. - Speech Link
2: Nicholas Brown (LAB - Newcastle upon Tyne East) I particularly want to make the case for services for the disabled, whether they have a physical disability - Speech Link
3: Nicholas Brown (LAB - Newcastle upon Tyne East) She has reported high levels of engagement in the programme and has stressed that demand is increasing - Speech Link
4: Tracey Crouch (CON - Chatham and Aylesford) Member for Newcastle upon Tyne East (Mr Brown) on securing it and the Backbench Business Committee on - Speech Link
5: Kevan Jones (LAB - North Durham) Rollercoaster is a fantastic organisation working on that. - Speech Link
6: Jo Gideon (CON - Stoke-on-Trent Central) In Stoke-on-Trent, loss of early intervention across the city means more focus on higher-tier - Speech Link
7: Miriam Cates (CON - Penistone and Stocksbridge) I have seen a video today by the Free to Be group telling teachers that they might drive children to - Speech Link


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

Mentions:
1: Steve Reed (LAB - Croydon North) Because the costs of social care outstrip any increase in council funding, not least because of rising demand - Speech Link
2: Peter Grant (SNP - Glenrothes) authorities the length and breadth of England and Wales—will find that the resources to meet the ever-growing demand - Speech Link
3: Jonathan Gullis (CON - Stoke-on-Trent North) levelling-up fund; £7.5 million to refurbish Middlehurst School to be a new special educational needs and disability - Speech Link
4: Yvette Cooper (LAB - Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford) They have failed to boost the productive capacity of the economy, so that when demand rises, prices rise - Speech Link
5: David Linden (SNP - Glasgow East) of work or unable to work owing to sickness or a caring responsibility, or indeed those who have a disability - Speech Link
6: Jack Brereton (CON - Stoke-on-Trent South) While demand is high for our excellent products, energy price fluctuations continue to be a serious concern - Speech Link
7: Patricia Gibson (SNP - North Ayrshire and Arran) anti-poverty charity Z2K has said that this Budget has“absolutely nothing for the 3 million plus whose disability - Speech Link
8: Lucy Powell (LAB - Manchester Central) It is also about reducing demand and, in so doing, reducing the cost of living crunch through a major - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Judicial Review and Courts Bill - Tue 26 Oct 2021
Ministry of Justice

Mentions:
1: David Lammy (LAB - Tottenham) He needs to reflect on that. - Speech Link
2: Joanna Cherry (SNP - Edinburgh South West) Member’s comment on that? - Speech Link
3: Robert Neill (CON - Bromley and Chislehurst) can always be improved, and we ought always to be able to take advantage of technology, as we do with video-recorded - Speech Link
4: Anne McLaughlin (SNP - Glasgow North East) Nobody can guarantee that they will not one day have a disability, and very few people can guarantee—perhaps - Speech Link
5: Kieran Mullan (CON - Crewe and Nantwich) provision of this public good see it as sacrosanct, and seem to believe that there is some Utopia where demand - Speech Link
6: Bob Seely (CON - Isle of Wight) on behalf of Islanders. - Speech Link
7: James Cartlidge (CON - South Suffolk) Inevitably, the focus has been on the measures on judicial review. My hon. - Speech Link
8: James Cartlidge (CON - South Suffolk) Members will stand up and speak on behalf of their constituents on serious matters. - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Assisted Dying Bill [HL] - Fri 22 Oct 2021
Ministry of Justice

Mentions:
1: Lord Gold (CON - Life peer) records and, if lucky, a 10-minute appointment, which nowadays is likely to be a telephone or video - Speech Link
2: Lord Curry of Kirkharle (CB - Life peer) Eight years ago, my wife and I held the hands of our daughter, aged 42, who had a learning disability - Speech Link
3: Lord O'Donnell (CB - Life peer) Personally, I hope it becomes so good that demand for assisted dying dries up, but it is clear that successive - Speech Link
4: Lord Alton of Liverpool (CB - Life peer) columnist Ian Birrell, who said that as an atheist“I am alarmed by the naive groundswell of demand - Speech Link
5: Baroness Eaton (CON - Life peer) having a disability or disabling conditions, including old age. - Speech Link
6: Lord Low of Dalston (CB - Life peer) Polling has shown that 86% of people living with a disability support assisted dying as a choice for - Speech Link
7: Lord McAvoy (LAB - Life peer) And while the end result may not be called assisted dying on demand, harm will be caused. - Speech Link
8: Lord Brown of Eaton-under-Heywood (CB - Life Peer (judicial)) I suggest that both reason and pity—compassion—demand that we finally pass this Bill. - Speech Link
9: Baroness Royall of Blaisdon (LAB - Life peer) The current blanket ban on assisted dying does not eradicate demand for choice at the end of life; it - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Tributes to Sir David Amess - Mon 18 Oct 2021
Cabinet Office

Mentions:
1: Peter Bottomley (CON - Worthing West) Amess) on his maiden speech. - Speech Link
2: Jackie Doyle-Price (CON - Thurrock) Just as a final note, the last time I went to David’s house he was proudly showing me his wedding video - Speech Link
3: John Cryer (LAB - Leyton and Wanstead) Finally, on a deeply personal note—on behalf of my wife, Ellie, my hon. - Speech Link
4: Roger Gale (CON - North Thanet) The many of us on both sides of the House who had the privilege of working with David on his campaigns—on - Speech Link
5: Kim Leadbeater (LAB - Batley and Spen) his work on a children’s Parliament, on animal welfare or on getting more support for people with learning - Speech Link
6: Natalie Elphicke (CON - Dover) For so many months, we worked together on the Dame Vera memorial on the white cliffs of Dover. - Speech Link
7: Barbara Keeley (LAB - Worsley and Eccles South) costs, both for self-payers and council-funded costs; the accessibility of housing for people with disability - Speech Link
8: Mark Menzies (CON - Fylde) It will come as no surprise that, even there, he found time to demand that Southend be made a city. - Speech Link


Lords Chamber
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Tue 14 Sep 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Baroness Williams of Trafford (CON - Life peer) We are facilitating the ongoing use of audio and video technology in our courts and tribunals, building - Speech Link
2: Lord Thomas of Gresford (LDEM - Life peer) Clause 169 concerns the extension of the temporary arrangements under the Coronavirus Act for video and - Speech Link
3: Lord Pannick (CB - Life peer) All of this is much more difficult to achieve through a video screen. - Speech Link
4: Lord Dholakia (LDEM - Life peer) Public Accounts Committee, in its report last year, Improving the Prison Estate, estimated that the demand - Speech Link
5: Baroness Sater (CON - Life peer) Disability should not be a barrier to anyone carrying out such an important civic duty. - Speech Link
6: Lord Sikka (LAB - Life peer) In 1968 the Ford sewing machinists organised strikes and protests to demand equality. - Speech Link
7: Lord Trees (CB - Life peer) profit and exploiting the national shortage of pets—a shortage that has recently been exacerbated by the demand - Speech Link


Public Bill Committees
Health and Care Bill (First sitting) - Tue 07 Sep 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: None am and 2.00 pm on Thursday 16 September;(e) at 9.25 am and 2.00 pm on Tuesday 21 September;Speech Link
2: None It is helpful, particularly when witnesses are giving evidence by video link, if Members could direct - Speech Link
3: James Davies (CON - Vale of Clwyd) We are looking to ensure that planning should track long-term trends in demand, that we should not be - Speech Link
4: Karin Smyth (LAB - Bristol South) Some of the examples that Danny gave have built on that and we will move forward on that. - Speech Link
5: None There are parts of our workforce—mental health, learning disability nursing and some of our smaller allied - Speech Link
6: Justin Madders (LAB - Ellesmere Port and Neston) In your opinion, would the clause also require some funding requirements to meet the demand? - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Business of the House - Thu 22 Jul 2021
Leader of the House

Mentions:
1: Thangam Debbonaire (LAB - Bristol West) It fails on its own terms because there are no commitments on refugee resettlement or family reunion - Speech Link
2: Jacob Rees-Mogg (CON - North East Somerset) We ended up with only Members on this side of the House speaking because the Benches on the other side - Speech Link
3: Jacob Rees-Mogg (CON - North East Somerset) site, and by an increased demand for its services, which has led to delays in dealing with paper applications - Speech Link
4: Jacob Rees-Mogg (CON - North East Somerset) The victory of Edward I on that occasion is one of which we are all aware.On the hon. - Speech Link
5: Jacob Rees-Mogg (CON - North East Somerset) Friend on the campaign that she is leading and supporting on behalf of the memory of Richard Okorogheye - Speech Link
6: Damien Moore (CON - Southport) Residents, businesses, disability groups and safety campaigners are against it. - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Summer Adjournment - Thu 22 Jul 2021
No Department present

Mentions:
1: John Cryer (LAB - Leyton and Wanstead) A quarter of workers receiving statutory sick pay—and there are a lot on SSP at the moment—are on the - Speech Link
2: Dawn Butler (LAB - Brent Central) Peter Stefanovic from the Communication Workers Union has a video with more than 27 million views - Speech Link
3: Meg Hillier (LAB - Hackney South and Shoreditch) We have a Government who are fuelling demand for housing through things such as stamp duty holidays - Speech Link
4: Greg Smith (CON - Buckingham) many times about my opposition to High Speed 2, a project ripe for scrapping, with post-covid rail demand - Speech Link
5: Laura Farris (CON - Newbury) I put on the record my thanks to them. - Speech Link
6: Stephen Flynn (SNP - Aberdeen South) Shame on him and shame on this Government. - Speech Link
7: James Daly (CON - Bury North) We also need a functioning special educational needs and disability hub. - Speech Link
8: Tom Hunt (CON - Ipswich) We need to have a debate on that. - Speech Link
9: Afzal Khan (LAB - Manchester, Gorton) With the demand for housing only rising, my hon. - Speech Link


Commons Chamber
Building Safety Bill - Wed 21 Jul 2021
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities

Mentions:
1: Robert Jenrick (CON - Newark) demand, in order to satisfy a market transaction such as purchasing or remortgaging a property. - Speech Link
2: Clive Betts (LAB - Sheffield South East) working on high-rise buildings. - Speech Link
3: Meg Hillier (LAB - Hackney South and Shoreditch) leaseholders, at a time when housing supply is a Cinderella to the Government’s policy of fuelling demand - Speech Link
4: Daisy Cooper (LDEM - St Albans) On the EWS1 form, I do not even know where to start on today’s rushed announcement. - Speech Link
5: Hilary Benn (LAB - Leeds Central) I say to Members: watch the video. It is absolutely terrifying. - Speech Link
6: David Amess (CON - Southend West) Only last week, during a joint meeting that I chaired with the all-party parliamentary group for disability - Speech Link
7: Christopher Pincher (CON - Tamworth) the day on which proceedings on Consideration are commenced. - Speech Link


Westminster Hall
Channel 4: Privatisation - Wed 21 Jul 2021
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Mentions:
1: Angela Eagle (LAB - Wallasey) All 4, Channel 4’s advertising-funded video-on-demand service, has just posted results that demonstrate - Speech Link
2: Alison Thewliss (SNP - Glasgow Central) It is a medium-sized production company that specialises in post-production and video games, and it has - Speech Link
3: Jamie Stone (LDEM - Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross) , “Batman”, Dick Van Dyke, and on and on it went. - Speech Link
4: Jim Shannon (DUP - Strangford) light, perhaps for older members of the public, is the payment to have no advertisements for Channel 4 on-demand - Speech Link
5: John Nicolson (SNP - Ochil and South Perthshire) last year and not a single penny taken from the taxpayer, it is certainly not to satisfy any public demand - Speech Link
6: Christian Matheson (LAB - City of Chester) The proposal would also impact on the UK on the global stage. - Speech Link
7: John Whittingdale (CON - Maldon) Channel 4 relies on advertising. - Speech Link