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Cherilyn Mackrory

Conservative - Truro and Falmouth

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Oral Question
Monday 6th December 2021
14:30
Department for Education
Oral Question No. 11
What steps his Department is taking to support young people into high quality jobs.
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Select Committee Meeting
Tuesday 7th December 2021
15:15
Environmental Audit Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: Outcomes of COP26
7 Dec 2021, 3:15 p.m.
At 3.30pm: Oral evidence
Rt Hon Alok Sharma MP - COP26 President at United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
Peter Hill - Chief Executive Officer at 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26)
Archie Young - Lead Climate Negotiator at Cabinet Office
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Select Committee Meeting
Wednesday 8th December 2021
14:00
Environmental Audit Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: Carbon border adjustment mechanisms
8 Dec 2021, 2 p.m.
At 2.15pm: Oral evidence
Paul Dawson - Head of Regulatory Affairs at RWE Supply & Trading GmbH
Dr Richard Leese - Director, Cement, Industrial Policy, Energy & Climate Change at Mineral Products Association
Richard Warren - Head of Policy and External Affairs at UK Steel
Richard Woolley - Head of Energy and Climate Change at Chemical Industries Association
At 3.30pm: Oral evidence
Mr Pawel Kisielewski - Chief Executive Officer at CCm Technologies
Fergus McReynolds - Director of EU & International Affairs at Make UK
Dr Scott Steedman - Director-General, Standards at British Standards Institution
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Division Votes
Tuesday 23rd November 2021
Health and Care Bill
voted No - in line with the party majority
One of 302 Conservative No votes vs 1 Conservative Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 240 Noes - 304
Speeches
Monday 22nd November 2021
Oral Answers to Questions

I thank the Minister for his answer. I was very pleased, recently, that a county lines dealer who had been …

Written Answers
Wednesday 24th November 2021
Females: Coronavirus
What steps she is taking to support women's participation in the economic recovery from the covid-19 pandemic.
Early Day Motions
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Bills
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Tweets
Saturday 27th November 2021
18:23
MP Financial Interests
Monday 10th February 2020
2. (a) Support linked to an MP but received by a local party organisation or indirectly via a central party organisation
Name of donor: Stalbury Trustees
Address of donor: 31 Hill Street, London W1J 4LS
Amount of donation or nature and …

Division Voting information

During the current Parliamentary Session, Cherilyn Mackrory has voted in 383 divisions, and never against the majority of their Party.
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Debates during the 2019 Parliament

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Sparring Partners
Alok Sharma (Conservative)
COP26 President (Cabinet Office)
(12 debate interactions)
Oliver Dowden (Conservative)
Minister without Portfolio (Cabinet Office)
(6 debate interactions)
Kwasi Kwarteng (Conservative)
Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
(5 debate interactions)
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Truro and Falmouth Petitions

e-Petitions are administered by Parliament and allow members of the public to express support for a particular issue.

If an e-petition reaches 10,000 signatures the Government will issue a written response.

If an e-petition reaches 100,000 signatures the petition becomes eligible for a Parliamentary debate (usually Monday 4.30pm in Westminster Hall).

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Petitions with most Truro and Falmouth signatures
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The maximum penalty for failure to stop after an incident is points and a 6-month custodial sentence. Causing death by careless/dangerous driving is between 5-14 yrs. The sentence for failing to stop after a fatal collision must be increased.

The offence of causing 'death by dangerous driving' should be widened to include: failure to stop, call 999 and render aid on scene until further help arrives.

We have the second most expensive childcare system in the world. A full time place costs, on average, £14,000 per year, making it completely unaffordable for many families. Parents are forced to leave their jobs or work fewer hours, which has a negative impact on the economy and on child poverty.


Latest EDMs signed by Cherilyn Mackrory

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Commons initiatives

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Cherilyn Mackrory has not introduced any legislation before Parliament

Cherilyn Mackrory has not co-sponsored any Bills in the current parliamentary sitting


11 Written Questions in the current parliament

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1 Other Department Questions
24th Nov 2021
What steps she is taking to support women's participation in the economic recovery from the covid-19 pandemic.

Through initiatives like the Rose Review, the Investing in Women Code, the Women in Innovation Awards and the Women in Finance Charter, and through our manifesto commitments on flexible working and carer’s leave, we are committed to supporting and promoting the role of women in the economic recovery.

Kemi Badenoch
Minister for Equalities
20th Jan 2021
To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, what steps the Government has taken since 2015 to reduce levels of (a) waste and (b) inefficiency across (i) Government and (ii) local Government.

The Government is committed to finding efficient and effective ways of delivering public services. The Government announced steps to ensure efficient use of taxpayers’ money in the 2020 Spending Review, including strengthening the government’s approach to planning and delivery using the Public Value Framework, changing the way the government invests in places to level up economic opportunity and improving the management of the government’s capital portfolio.

In addition, the 2016 Local Government Finance Settlement offered Local Authorities the certainty of a four-year budget in return for publishing efficiency plans. This offer was overwhelmingly accepted by Councils, 97% of whom took up the offer in return for publishing efficiency plans.

Julia Lopez
Minister of State (Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport)
20th Oct 2021
To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, how many Kickstart scheme placements for young people have been (a) approved, (b) advertised and (c) started in each (i) nation, (ii) region and (iii) business sector since the beginning of that scheme.

As of the 26th October, almost 94,000 young people have started a Kickstart job.

With the current pace of starts, we are confident that in early November over 100,000 young people will have started in a Kickstart job. This is an amazing achievement with the first jobs having started only a year ago. We will continue to offer Kickstart jobs to many thousands more.

As of the 26th of October, over 213,000 jobs have been made available for young people to apply to through the scheme and over 304,000 jobs have been approved for funding.

From 28/09/2021 to 25/10/2021, on average over 6,700 Kickstart jobs were made available each week, and on average over 3,400 young people started a Kickstart job each week.

Below are tables listing the number of Kickstart jobs which have been made available and started by young people to date by geographical area of Great Britain and work sector. The figures used are correct as of the 25th of October and these figures have been rounded according to departmental standards.

Jobs made available and starts quoted here include some unfunded Kickstart jobs. Over time, some previously approved jobs have been removed where the employer chose not to follow up the application.

Although care is taken when processing and analysing Kickstart applications, referrals and starts, the data collected might be subject to the inaccuracies inherent in any large-scale recording system, which has been developed quickly.

The management information presented here has not been subjected to the usual standard of quality assurance associated with official statistics, but is provided in the interests of transparency. Work is ongoing to improve the quality of information available for the programme.

Table 1- Kickstart jobs made available and started by location.

Location

Jobs Made Available

Cumulative Jobs Started

East Midlands

13,040

5,700

East of England

17,010

6,550

London

45,760

19,840

North East

8,560

4,360

North West

26,270

11,920

Scotland

15,750

7,990

South East

23,880

10,100

South West

14,990

5,990

Wales

11,160

4,500

West Midlands

19,070

8,590

Yorkshire and The Humber

16,620

7,380

*These numbers are rounded and so may not match provided totals.

Table 2- Kickstart jobs made available and started by sector.

Sector

Jobs Made Available

Cumulative Jobs Started

Administration

52,320

23,240

Animal Care

1,220

720

Beauty & Wellbeing

1,480

750

Business & Finance

7,720

3,400

Computing Technology & Digital

14,690

7,780

Construction & Trades

6,290

2,900

Creative & Media

17,120

9,280

Delivery & Storage

6,170

2,650

Emergency & Uniform Services

490

200

Engineering & Maintenance

6,610

2,850

Environment & Land

3,950

1,870

Government Services

750

280

Healthcare

5,460

1,960

Home Services

1,540

490

Hospitality & Food

25,130

7,670

Law & Legal

450

290

Managerial

1,090

450

Manufacturing

5,810

2,470

Retail & Sales

32,080

15,300

Science & Research

850

460

Social Care

4,820

1,530

Sports & Leisure

5,010

2,290

Teaching & Education

9,770

3,660

Transport

730

190

Travel & Tourism

670

270

*These numbers are rounded and so may not match provided totals.

Mims Davies
Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Work and Pensions)
22nd Oct 2021
To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, if he will provide additional support to help de-escalate the Royal Cornwall Hospital’s current operational level from internal critical incident.

NHS England and NHS Improvement are providing intensive support to the Royal Cornwall Hospital and a range of measures have been put in place to address the pressures.

Edward Argar
Minister of State (Department of Health and Social Care)
30th Jun 2021
To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, how many of the 15 people in Royal Cornwall Hospital with covid-19 on 30 June 2021 (a) were unvaccinated, (b) had received one dose of the vaccine and (c) had received two vaccines.

Data on the number of hospitalised COVID-19 cases by vaccination status is not available in the format requested.

Jo Churchill
Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs)
30th Jun 2021
To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, with reference to Government data that show in the seven days to 23 June 2021 there were 1604 people admitted to hospital with covid-19, how many and what proportion of those people had received (a) zero, (b) one and (c) two doses of a covid-19 vaccination.

The data requested is not available in the format requested.

Public Health England’s technical briefing shows the latest data regarding hospitalisations by variant, in addition to data on those hospitalised with the Delta variant who are vaccinated with one or and both doses and those unvaccinated. This information is available at the following link:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/investigation-of-novel-sars-cov-2-variant-variant-of-concern-20201201

Jo Churchill
Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs)
17th Jun 2021
To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what steps his Department is taking to ensure that fathers and partners can access psychological therapy through the NHS in the event that they are identified as needing help by a Maternal Mental Health Hub.

We are expanding access to psychological therapies within specialist perinatal mental health services so that they include couple, co-parenting and family interventions. Partners of women accessing specialist perinatal mental health will also be offered evidence-based assessments for their mental health and signposting to support as required.

Nadine Dorries
Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
17th Jun 2021
To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what estimate he has made of the number of fathers or partners bereaved by the death of a baby that are projected to receive support by the end of March 2022 from the new maternal mental health hubs announced in April 2021.

We have made no such estimate. Partners of women accessing care will be offered an evidence-based assessment and signposted to support, in line with the NHS Long Term Plan commitment for perinatal mental health services.

Nadine Dorries
Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
3rd Nov 2020
What steps his Department is taking to ensure that courts operate effectively during the covid-19 outbreak.

Progress against the HMCTS recovery plan published on 1 July is already well underway to reduce outstanding cases and to get our operating capacity as close as possible to pre-Covid levels.

We are investing record amounts, with £153m to improve court and tribunal buildings – the biggest single investment in court estate maintenance for more than 20 years. We’ve also opened 14 Nightingale Courts and over 240 jury courtrooms, while Magistrates’ Courts have been completing more cases than they are receiving.

We’ve piloted Covid Operating hours at the Crown Court in Liverpool and several other crown courts. I’m also pleased the number of hearings across the civil, family and tribunal jurisdictions is also increasing.

Chris Philp
Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport)
4th Nov 2020
What support the Government is providing to the tourism and hospitality sectors in Northern Ireland during the covid-19 outbreak.

The tourism and hospitality sectors have benefited from UK-wide Government financial support. This includes the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, which has been extended for a further one month until December.

In addition, a VAT cut to 5% has been extended for both sectors.

While the Government will take every opportunity to promote Northern Ireland, tourism is the responsibility of the NI Executive, to whom the Government has provided £2.4bn to respond to the pandemic, including supporting those sectors most affected.

Robin Walker
Minister of State (Education)