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

1: Lord Londesborough (CB - Excepted Hereditary) joined-up approach, a coherent strategy.I have time to touch on only one of these factors, which is education - Speech Link
2: Lord Harlech (CON - Excepted Hereditary) , well-paid jobs then they should look at subsidising transport for those seeking training, further education - Speech Link
3: Lord Wigley (PC - Life peer) The Senedd budget for delivering devolved services such as health, education, housing and roads should - Speech Link
4: Lord McNicol of West Kilbride (LAB - Life peer) security.Finally, on the environment, the Covid pandemic served to highlight the importance of open and outdoor - Speech Link

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

1: Paul Scully (CON - Sutton and Cheam) The Under-Secretary of State for Education, my hon. - Speech Link
2: Maria Miller (CON - Basingstoke) One way to strengthen our communities is by strengthening our education system. - Speech Link
3: Barry Sheerman (LAB - Huddersfield) , education, education”. - Speech Link
4: Kate Green (LAB - Stretford and Urmston) , education, education”. - Speech Link
5: Navendu Mishra (LAB - Stockport) , education, education”. - Speech Link
6: Tom Hunt (CON - Ipswich) , education, education”. - Speech Link
7: Marsha De Cordova (LAB - Battersea) , education, education”. - Speech Link
8: Lisa Nandy (LAB - Wigan) , education, education”. - Speech Link
9: Deidre Brock (SNP - Edinburgh North and Leith) , education, education”. - Speech Link
10: Tom Hunt (CON - Ipswich) Speaking of al fresco, it has lovely outdoor seating spilling on to the Cornhill. - Speech Link

Lords Chamber
Queen’s Speech - Wed 11 May 2022
Department for Transport

1: Baroness Vere of Norbiton (CON - Life peer) Transport gives people the opportunity and means to get on and access jobs, education and training. - Speech Link
2: Lord Shipley (LDEM - Life peer) You have to have the education, further education and apprenticeship systems in place to help level up - Speech Link
3: Baroness Benjamin (LDEM - Life peer) However, the restrictions on the availability of good outdoor spaces in our towns and cities have had - Speech Link
4: Baroness Boycott (CB - Life peer) We can put it in skills, transport, pride in community, and education. I could go on. - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Debate on the Address - Tue 10 May 2022
Cabinet Office

1: Fay Jones (CON - Brecon and Radnorshire) Whether Brecon barracks, the Sennybridge training area or the Navy’s outdoor leadership training centre - Speech Link
2: Boris Johnson (CON - Uxbridge and South Ruislip) It is all focused on driving growth and jobs, and our schools and higher education Bills will ensure - Speech Link
3: Anna Firth (CON - Southend West) Above all, they valued education. - Speech Link
4: David Davis (CON - Haltemprice and Howden) system, and there are some good proposals in the education Bill in the Queen’s Speech. - Speech Link
5: Matt Western (LAB - Warwick and Leamington) The Government have put forward a higher education Bill, and I look forward to that. - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Mon 25 Apr 2022
Home Office

1: Jamie Stone (LDEM - Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross) , of which £1.2 million is spent on Afghan refugees, but hotels are clearly not the best option for education - Speech Link
2: Judith Cummins (LAB - Bradford South) I am extremely concerned about the safeguarding of our young people at outdoor music festivals, which - Speech Link

Westminster Hall
School Rebuilding Programme - Tue 22 Mar 2022
Department for Education

1: Rachael Maskell (LAB - York Central) There is no segregated outdoor space, and in fact you have to pass through the school car park, which - Speech Link
2: James Daly (CON - Bury North) They are the providers of education; that is their primary role. - Speech Link
3: Catherine West (LAB - Hornsey and Wood Green) It is a very mixed school and the best in education. - Speech Link
4: Michelle Donelan (CON - Chippenham) They will be resilient to longer-term climate change and will improve the landscape and outdoor facilities - Speech Link
5: Michelle Donelan (CON - Chippenham) Member points out, education is, of course, devolved. - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Physical Activity and Health Outcomes - Tue 15 Mar 2022
Department of Health and Social Care

1: Andrew Selous (CON - South West Bedfordshire) The curriculum is very full and the Department for Education is reluctant to mandate physical activity - Speech Link
2: Gillian Keegan (CON - Chichester) knows, the Government are supporting primary schools with £320 million a year through the physical education - Speech Link

Public Bill Committees
Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill (First sitting) - Tue 15 Mar 2022
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

1: None Going back to 2015, 29% of our members reported that their outdoor mobile signal was reliable. - Speech Link
2: Rebecca Long Bailey (LAB - Salford and Eccles) Secondly, leading on from the lack of awareness, there is a lack of education. - Speech Link

Westminster Hall
Welsh Local Authorities - Tue 15 Mar 2022
Wales Office

1: Stephen Doughty (LAB - Cardiff South and Penarth) facilities in my constituency, including the new Star Centre and pool in Splott, and remarkable new education - Speech Link
2: Carolyn Harris (LAB - Swansea East) communities across Swansea.My local authority has invested a record £179 million in our schools and education - Speech Link
3: Geraint Davies (LAB - Swansea West) We have already heard that Swansea does a great job in its core service provision—in education, social - Speech Link
4: Tonia Antoniazzi (LAB - Gower) with free bus travel over the school holidays, allowing families to make the most of the fantastic outdoor - Speech Link
5: Gerald Jones (LAB - Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney) They also talked about the significant investment in education and schools, the 62% recycling rate and - Speech Link

Commons Chamber
Rural Communities in Cumbria: Levelling Up - Wed 23 Feb 2022
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities

1: Neil Hudson (CON - Penrith and The Border) Again, that came into sharp relief in the pandemic when kids at home were delivered a fantastic education - Speech Link