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Public Bill Committees
Building Safety Bill (Fifth sitting) - Thu 16 Sep 2021
Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government

Mentions:
1: That reflects four particular strengths of Health and Safety Executive delivery. - Link
2: Alison Hills referred to friends going bankrupt, and spoke, as did Steve Day, of the mental health struggles - Link
3: I know people have spoken about that this morning, but we cannot emphasise it enough. - Link
4: This is about people and about building safety beyond fire safety. - Link
5: People have the opportunity to speak to the substantive issue if they wish. - Link
6: People can speak for as much as they want with a substantive issue. - Link


Public Bill Committees
Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill (Seventh sitting) - Thu 16 Sep 2021
Department for Education

Mentions:
1: What they want to achieve is ensuring that young people have a fulfilling and rich academic education - Link
2: Do we have reporting data on mental health incidents and issues? - Link
3: Obligations necessitate some kind of sanction when people fail to meet them, do they not? - Link
4: People have different views, and they should be allowed to express them. - Link
5: A young Asian man was racially murdered in Southall. - Link


Westminster Hall
Timpson Review of School Exclusion - Thu 16 Sep 2021
Department for Education

Mentions:
1: We have to find a better space for our young people. - Link
2: can lead to new-onset mental health conditions. - Link
3: mental health, as well as family workers and speech and language workers. - Link
4: Improving the paediatric mental health support for children in the health service is also a very - Link


Lords Chamber
Social Care Funding: Intergenerational Impact - Thu 16 Sep 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: houses at a time when so many young people are finding it impossible to get their foot on the first rung - Link
2: conditions, including, for example, multiple sclerosis, acquired brain injury and significant mental - Link
3: I had a little seminar with two young people, aged about 20, who are not far from entering the jobs market - Link
4: The press stories of young disabled people having to stay in bed or sitting in a chair all day because - Link
5: roulette wheel of health and social care needs. - Link


Lords Chamber
Covid-19 - Wed 15 Sep 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: to consider the wider impacts of vaccinations, such as the benefits for children in education or the mental - Link
2: Almost 6 million people over the age of 16 remain unvaccinated in the UK, and the more people there are - Link
3: All young people aged 16 to 17 in England have already been offered a dose of a Covid-19 vaccine to give - Link
4: We had infection rates rising, from the young to the middle-aged, and we were very concerned that that - Link
5: The four CMOs have said that it is essential that children and young people aged 12 to 15 and their parents - Link
6: The public health judgment—these decisions were made in participation with public health officials—does - Link


Lords Chamber
Environment Bill - Wed 15 Sep 2021
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Mentions:
1: We should no longer argue about the benefits to mental health that accrue from spending time outdoors - Link
2: no expertise in this area and no interest to declare, but some of the happiest memories with my two young - Link
3: Baroness, Lady Parminter, said, heritage steam railways are a huge part of our culture, especially for young - Link
4: can have easy access to open space and the physical and mental benefits it has been proven to bring, - Link
5: during Covid brought home the huge public enthusiasm for greater access to the countryside, with all the mental - Link


Lords Chamber
Environment Bill - Wed 15 Sep 2021
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Mentions:
1: I want to think and talk about the benefits to human health and well-being of having these ancient woodlands—indeed - Link
2: As my noble friend Lady Young said, once you take up these ancient woodlands, they will take another - Link
3: First, with respect to the amendment in the name of the noble Baroness, Lady Young, we need to - Link
4: I thank the noble Baroness, Lady Young, for her amendment on ancient woodlands. - Link
5: At one point, the people cut down the last Chilean pine. - Link
6: protect their health and their mental health. - Link
7: The noble Baroness, Lady Young of Old Scone, has set out all the points. - Link


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

Mentions:
1: Does the Secretary of State agree that we need to focus on young people and that that is exactly the - Link
2: Kickstart has so far given over 69,000 young people a foot in the door as they start their working lives - Link
3: Friend share my concern about the fact that, while much of the debate focuses on young people and people - Link
4: experience huge anxiety and worry over their financial futures, which will take an immense toll on their mental - Link
5: It shows that a family living in destitution and with anxiety and mental health problems that are a direct - Link
6: Analysis by Centrepoint shows that the cutting of benefits next month will hit young people the - Link
7: to live with some dignity without descending into spiralling situations of poor mental health, debt - Link
8: Debt will increase and physical and mental health will deteriorate. - Link
9: My mental health is at an awful place at the moment and I’m trying to attend counselling for it but my - Link


Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Wed 15 Sep 2021
Cabinet Office

Mentions:
1: We are investing massively in health and social care up and down the country. - Link
2: Will the Prime Minister listen to the concerns of parents and young people and make sure that their voices - Link
3: , but lead to stress and anxiety and undoubtedly have a hugely detrimental effect on their mental health - Link
4: Every day across the UK, 12 children and young people will be diagnosed with cancer, and, of those, two - Link
5: very important route for keeping schools open, which is the best possible thing for the physical and mental - Link
6: Far too many people cannot take the time off that they need because, by the former Health Secretary’s - Link
7: As a Queen’s scout, I am always keen to encourage young people to get into the most successful youth - Link
8: Uniformed youth services make a huge difference to outcomes for young people, and it is fantastic that - Link


Commons Chamber
Withdrawal from Afghanistan: Joint Committee - Wed 15 Sep 2021
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

Mentions:
1: A generation of young Afghans are watching the future they were promised disappear before their eyes. - Link
2: There are stories of young men and boys threatened with “Either you join the Taliban or we’ll shoot you - Link
3: Norgrove was born in Altnaharra in Sutherland, and she was an aid worker in Afghanistan, helping women and young - Link
4: On the experience of MPs who have many Afghans in their constituencies, my young casework staff - Link
5: He has serious mental health issues and no support. - Link
6: From British nationals trapped in Kabul to young children seeking to be reunited with their parents, - Link


Westminster Hall
Back British Farming Day - Wed 15 Sep 2021
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Mentions:
1: Last week I heard some pretty distressing stories about mental health from my farmers—the mental - Link
2: It gives me considerable cause for concern when it comes to farmers’ mental health, as my hon. - Link
3: Members have referred to farmers’ mental health. Like the hon. - Link
4: In addition, there needs to be a focus on encouraging the young generation into farming, from - Link
5: People are understandably very distressed—to pick up the mental health issues raised by the hon. - Link
6: We will pay them to promote environmental and health and welfare outcomes. - Link


Public Bill Committees
Building Safety Bill (Fourth sitting) - Tue 14 Sep 2021
No Department present

Mentions:
1: But yes, the Health and Safety Executive potentially will improve things. - Link
2: They might not be in the contract; they may not have the money or the time; they may have mental illness - Link
3: I have to say that my mental health has seriously deteriorated, to the point that I have had to move - Link
4: They also need more mental health support, because we are just relying on each other at the moment. - Link
5: I am glad that you mentioned the mental health aspect of it as well, because during covid we cannot imagine - Link


Commons Chamber
Health and Social Care Levy Bill - Tue 14 Sep 2021
HM Treasury

Mentions:
1: People are incredibly nervous that health and social care will be at the back of the queue when the money - Link
2: The health and social care levy is an unfair hike that will hit younger working people the hardest. - Link
3: Here in the UK, we have an ageing population—and with that come complex, long-term physical and mental - Link
4: from the latest medical reports that a very small increase in NOx massively increases dementia and mental - Link
5: Even the promise on the apprenticeship opportunities for young people to enter the care sector has been - Link
6: It has looked after some 50 young carers throughout the pandemic. - Link
7: the health and care levy to rental income, even though 67% of people who own buy-to-let properties are - Link
8: to support social care workers, including through new qualifications, progression, and wellbeing and mental - Link


Public Bill Committees
Health and Care Bill (Fifth sitting) - Tue 14 Sep 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: —(a) in the physical and mental health of the people of England, and(b) in the prevention - Link
2: —(a) in the physical and mental health of the people of England, and(b) in the prevention - Link
3: As the 2020 Marmot review concluded,“health is getting worse for people living in more - Link
4: The triple aim duty requires consideration of the health and wellbeing of the people of England - Link
5: mental health—and wellbeing of the people of England, the impact on the quality of services provided - Link


Westminster Hall
Black Maternal Health Week - Tue 14 Sep 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: The situation for women and birthing people of mixed heritage and Asian heritage, unfortunately - Link
2: with her colleague Leah Lewin, said that the recommendations were already affecting black people’s mental - Link
3: It is absolutely wrong in the 21st century that we have people working in our health service who are - Link
4: As a mother to two young children, who were born just across the river at St Thomas’ Hospital, - Link
5: If people understood what a huge disparity in maternal health outcomes there is for black women and for - Link
6: Behind those numbers are people—women and babies. - Link
7: It is important that people do raise this issue, as she does, as often as possible in Parliament. - Link
8: , racism and human rights”; to identify those barriers to accessing maternal mental healthcare services - Link