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Information since 24 Dec 2021, 5:59 a.m.


Calendar
Tuesday 18th January
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall (Conservative - Life peer)

Legislation - Main Chamber
Subject: Health and Care Bill – committee stage (day 3) continues
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Tuesday 18th January 11 a.m.
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall (Conservative - Life peer)

Legislation - Main Chamber
Subject: Health and Care Bill – committee stage (day 3)
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Wednesday 19th January 4:15 p.m.
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall (Conservative - Life peer)

Orders and regulations - Grand Committee
Subject: Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (Entry to Venues and Events) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2021 – Lord Kamall
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Wednesday 19th January
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall (Conservative - Life peer)

Orders and regulations - Grand Committee
Subject: Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (Self-Isolation) (England) (Amendment) (No. 5) Regulations 2021
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Division Votes
10 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 160 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 215 Noes - 177
10 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 120 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 50 Noes - 122
10 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 90 Conservative No votes vs 2 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 36 Noes - 93
10 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 144 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 198 Noes - 163
10 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 153 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 99 Noes - 169
10 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted No - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 87 Conservative No votes vs 2 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 33 Noes - 90
12 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 164 Conservative No votes vs 1 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 206 Noes - 176
12 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 132 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 157 Noes - 145
17 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 157 Conservative No votes vs 9 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 261 Noes - 166
17 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 132 Conservative Aye votes vs 0 Conservative No votes
Tally: Ayes - 153 Noes - 198
17 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 123 Conservative Aye votes vs 0 Conservative No votes
Tally: Ayes - 141 Noes - 205
17 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 140 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 216 Noes - 160
17 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 134 Conservative Aye votes vs 0 Conservative No votes
Tally: Ayes - 154 Noes - 208
17 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 122 Conservative Aye votes vs 3 Conservative No votes
Tally: Ayes - 128 Noes - 212
17 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 168 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 237 Noes - 190
17 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 168 Conservative No votes vs 0 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 252 Noes - 179
17 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 163 Conservative No votes vs 3 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 242 Noes - 185
17 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 145 Conservative No votes vs 5 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 236 Noes - 158
17 Jan 2022 - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - View Vote Context
Lord Kamall voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 135 Conservative Aye votes vs 4 Conservative No votes
Tally: Ayes - 163 Noes - 216


Speeches
Lord Kamall speeches from: Health and Care Bill
Lord Kamall contributed 7 speeches (4,234 words)
Thursday 20th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall speeches from: Health and Care Bill
Lord Kamall contributed 5 speeches (2,893 words)
Lords Hansard - Part 1
Tuesday 18th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall speeches from: Health and Care Bill
Lord Kamall contributed 1 speech (160 words)
Tuesday 18th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall speeches from: Health and Care Bill
Lord Kamall contributed 1 speech (824 words)
Lords Hansard - Part 2
Tuesday 18th January - Lords Chamber
Leader of the House
Lord Kamall speeches from: Health and Care Bill
Lord Kamall contributed 1 speech (421 words)
Lords Hansard - Part 3
Tuesday 18th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall speeches from: Eating Disorders
Lord Kamall contributed 9 speeches (1,004 words)
Monday 17th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall speeches from: Covid-19: Vaccinations for School Pupils
Lord Kamall contributed 9 speeches (1,054 words)
Monday 17th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall speeches from: Ambulance Queues: Health Outcomes
Lord Kamall contributed 10 speeches (1,003 words)
Thursday 13th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall speeches from: Vaccination Strategy
Lord Kamall contributed 6 speeches (1,027 words)
Thursday 13th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall speeches from: Health and Care Bill
Lord Kamall contributed 2 speeches (1,224 words)
Lords Hansard - Part 1
Thursday 13th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall speeches from: Health and Care Bill
Lord Kamall contributed 8 speeches (3,224 words)
Lords Hansard - Part 2
Thursday 13th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall speeches from: Respiratory Viruses
Lord Kamall contributed 10 speeches (660 words)
Tuesday 11th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall speeches from: Health and Care Bill
Lord Kamall contributed 2 speeches (1,509 words)
Committee stage
Tuesday 11th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall speeches from: Care Workers: Professional Register
Lord Kamall contributed 10 speeches (883 words)
Monday 10th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall speeches from: Hospital Beds and Social Care
Lord Kamall contributed 9 speeches (913 words)
Thursday 6th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall speeches from: Public Health: Night-time Working
Lord Kamall contributed 11 speeches (911 words)
Thursday 6th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Lord Kamall speeches from: Health and Care Bill
Lord Kamall contributed 1 speech (132 words)
Wednesday 5th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care



Lord Kamall mentioned

Parliamentary Debates
Health and Care Bill
43 speeches (15,549 words)
Lords Hansard - Part 1
Thursday 13th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Mentions:
1: Baroness Greengross (CB - Life peer) debate on the Ageing: Science, Technology and Healthy Living report, the Minister, the noble Lord, Lord - Link to Speech
2: None This did not happen and last month, the Minister, the noble Lord, Lord Kamall, told Parliament that publication - Link to Speech

Health and Care Bill
79 speeches (23,232 words)
Lords Hansard - Part 2
Tuesday 18th January - Lords Chamber
Leader of the House
Mentions:
1: None Committee may like to know that my right honourable friend the Secretary of State and my noble friend Lord - Link to Speech
2: Lord Mawson (CB - Life peer) necessary steps on this journey.Following my speech at Second Reading, I begin by thanking the noble Lord, Lord - Link to Speech

Health and Care Bill
129 speeches (43,409 words)
Thursday 20th January - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Mentions:
1: None I know that the Minister, the noble Lord, Lord Kamall, will need no persuasion of the salutogenic virtues - Link to Speech
2: Baroness Greengross (CB - Life peer) I also want to take this opportunity to thank the noble Lord, Lord Kamall, whom I have often heard recently - Link to Speech

Covid-19
26 speeches (4,402 words)
Thursday 20th January - Lords Chamber
Leader of the House
Mentions:
1: Baroness Brinton (LDEM - Life peer) people who were formerly shielding, the clinically extremely vulnerable, but there is; the noble Lord, Lord - Link to Speech



Select Committee Documents
Thursday 13th January 2022
Correspondence - Letter from Baroness Armstrong, Chair, Public Services Committee and Baroness Pinnock, Member, Public Services Committee to Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Lord Kamall, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Technology, Innovation and Life Sciences, Department of Health & Social Care, Maggie Throup MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vaccines and Public Health, Department of Health and Social Care and Will Quince MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Children and Families, Department for Education, on child malnutrition (13 January 2022)

Public Services Committee

Found: Baroness Pinnock, Member, Public Services Committee to Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Lord

Thursday 13th January 2022
Correspondence - Letter from Baroness Armstrong, Chair, Public Services Committee and Baroness Pinnock, Member, Public Services Committee to Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Lord Kamall, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Technology, Innovation and Life Sciences, Department of Health & Social Care, Maggie Throup MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vaccines and Public Health, Department of Health and Social Care and Will Quince MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State- for Children and Families, Department for Education, on child malnutrition (13 January 2022)

Public Services Committee

Found: Baroness Pinnock, Member, Public Services Committee to Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Lord

Thursday 13th January 2022
Correspondence - Letter from Baroness Armstrong, Chair, Public Services Committee and Baroness Pinnock, Member, Public Services Committee to Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Lord Kamall, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Technology, Innovation and Life Sciences, Department of Health & Social Care, Maggie Throup MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Vaccines and Public Health, Department of Health and Social Care and Will Quince MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Children and Families, Department for Education, on child malnutrition (13 January 2022)

Public Services Committee

Found: Baroness Pinnock, Member, Public Services Committee to Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Lord



Written Answers
Doctors
Asked by: Lord Watts (Labour - Life peer)
Wednesday 29th December 2021

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask Her Majesty's Government, further to the reply by Lord Kamall on 16 November (HL Deb, cols. 158–160), how many doctors were employed by the NHS in (1) 2019, and (2) 2021.

Answered by Lord Kamall - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department of Health and Social Care)

In August 2019, there were 115,469 full time equivalent (FTE) Hospital and Community Health Service (HCHS) doctors working in National Health Service trusts and clinical commissioning groups in England and 126,625 in August 2021. There were 34,433 FTE doctors in general practice in England as at 30 September 2019 and 36,275 in September 2021.

Doctors: Retirement
Asked by: Lord Watts (Labour - Life peer)
Wednesday 29th December 2021

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask Her Majesty's Government, further to the reply by Lord Kamall on 16 November (HL Deb, cols. 158-160), what assessment they have made of the number of NHS doctors who are likely to retire between 2021 and 2024.

Answered by Lord Kamall - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department of Health and Social Care)

An assessment of future expected retirement rates for National Health Service doctors is complex. Retirement is a personal choice and an individual may choose to retire for a range of reasons. While it is not possible to isolate a single factor which motivates retirement, we continue to monitor retirement patterns of doctors in the NHS.

Coronavirus: Screening
Asked by: Lord Tyrie (Non-affiliated - Life peer)
Wednesday 5th January 2022

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask Her Majesty's Government, further to the Written Answer by Lord Kamall on 12 October (HL2767), why the direct costs of an at-home PCR test are commercially sensitive.

Answered by Lord Kamall - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department of Health and Social Care)

The direct cost of an NHS Test and Trace polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test is commercially sensitive as the release of this information would be detrimental in future negotiations with individual suppliers of PCR tests.

Travel: Coronavirus
Asked by: Lord Tyrie (Non-affiliated - Life peer)
Wednesday 5th January 2022

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask Her Majesty's Government, further to the Written Answer by Lord Kamall on 2 November (HL3083), what changes have been made to the information required from approved suppliers of COVID-19 PCR tests since 2 November.

Answered by Lord Kamall - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department of Health and Social Care)

From 12 November, all private providers are required to maintain the Government’s minimum standards for the international arrivals services they offer. The changes ensure that the standards of service of private providers are consistent with the quality expected, from initial application to throughout the lifetime of the service, to support public health. Any organisation involved in carrying out the end-to-end testing service cannot sell tests until the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has written to the appropriate organisation to confirm that the testing service meets the standard. Additionally, there have been amendments to the daily sales reporting, which as a mandatory legal requirement for all providers of international arrivals testing, must now include details in relation to tests that were cancelled that day.

Following the recent changes to international travel, from 30 November 2021, it became a legal requirement to report S-gene target failure and particularly failure for the S-gene deletion 69-70 where the diagnostic laboratory is able to identify it. The minimum standards have been updated to reflect this.

Embryos
Asked by: Lord Alton of Liverpool (Crossbench - Life peer)
Thursday 13th January 2022

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask Her Majesty's Government, further to the Written Answers by Lord Kamall on 2 November (HL3362) and 16 November (HL3662), why “information on the number of embryos produced, transferred, and confirmed pregnancies cannot be disclosed” for reasons of patient confidentiality, when the Written Answer from the Parliamentary Under-Secretary at the Department of Health and Social Care on 15 April 2019 (241389) provided figures on the number of applications made, and approved, for mitochondrial donation techniques and the number of embryos discarded; whether there has been a change of policy regarding information about outcomes of pronuclear transfer or spindle-chromosomal complex transfer since 15 April 2019; and if so, (1) when that policy change was made, and (2) what were the reasons for that change.

Answered by Lord Kamall - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department of Health and Social Care)

In our Written Answer of 2 November 2021 to HL3362, the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) has advised that the information provided was incorrect. We have corrected the record through Written Ministerial Statement HLWS503 on 5 January 2022.

The HFEA advise that there has been no change of policy regarding information about outcomes of pronuclear transfer or spindle-chromosomal complex transfer. The HFEA publishes information which does not compromise patient confidentiality. All counts of less than five are not released as there is a significant possibility that when combined with other information which may be reasonably accessed, it could lead to the identification of a person to whom the HFEA owes a duty of confidentiality.

Flour: Folic Acid
Asked by: Lord Rooker (Labour - Life peer)
Wednesday 19th January 2022

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask Her Majesty's Government, following the Written Statement by Lord Kamall on 11 October (HLWS298), what progress is being made in introducing mandatory fortification of flour with folic acid.

Answered by Lord Kamall - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department of Health and Social Care)

Officials from the Department of Health and Social Care, the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, the Food Standards Agency and Food Standards Scotland are working to implement folic acid fortification, as part of the review on the Bread and Flour Regulations 1998 and the Bread and Flour (Northern Ireland) Regulations 1998.

The UK Government and the devolved administrations have engaged industry on the decision to fortify non-wholemeal wheat flour with folic acid and are now developing draft legislation and an impact assessment for future consultation.

Coronavirus: Disease Control
Asked by: Lord Oates (Liberal Democrat - Life peer)
Wednesday 19th January 2022

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask Her Majesty's Government, further to the remarks made by Lord Kamall on 29 November (HL Deb, col 1223), what discussions they have held to ensure that countries are not disincentivised from transparent reporting of variants to the World Health Organisation.

Answered by Lord Kamall - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department of Health and Social Care)

On 29 November 2021, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care chaired a meeting of G7 Health Ministers to discuss the spread of the Omicron variant. G7 Health Ministers praised the exemplary work of South Africa in detecting the variant and alerting other countries. Health Ministers committed to working with other nations to share information and ensure transparent reporting of variants.



Tweets
Baroness Bull (Crossbench - Life peer)
19 Jan 2022, 5:07 p.m.

It was encouraging to hear the Minister @DHSCgovuk , Lord Kamall, stress the need to be aware of unintended consequences for people with or at risk of eating disorders in any measures targeted at addressing the obesity challenge. https://t.co/Ls4wBnXjMA

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