Canlyniadau 1–20 o 6595 ar gyfer speaker:Andrew Gwynne

Science, Innovation and Technology: Life Sciences Manufacturing (22 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease remain the largest cause of death in the United Kingdom. The Government pledged in 2019 to fund dementia research. What more is the Minister doing to ensure that we have early diagnosis, access to trials and support for life sciences to transform dementia outcomes?

Israel and Gaza (20 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: I have listened very carefully to the Deputy Foreign Secretary, and I have to say that I find his arguments wanting. It matters that the ICC thinks that there are reasonable grounds to believe that the actions of senior Hamas officials amount to war crimes; it matters that the ICC thinks that there are reasonable grounds to believe that the operations authorised by Prime Minister Netanyahu...

Defence: Middle East: Aid Delivery (20 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: What steps he is taking to help support the delivery of aid to the middle east.

Defence: Middle East: Aid Delivery (20 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: I echo the commendation that the Minister has just given our air service personnel. However, no one can be unmoved by the humanitarian crisis in Gaza, with scenes of children dying of hunger—it is utterly intolerable. I welcome the Government’s efforts to deploy UK aid flights and airdrops into Gaza, but the mounting scale of this disaster is showing that that is simply not enough. Can...

Backbench Business: Inequalities in Dementia Services — [Christina Rees in the Chair] (16 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: May I point out to the Minister that I seek to be the Social Care Minister for England, not Wales? As she is the current Social Care Minister for England, not Wales, can she please be a bit more ambitious for England?

Backbench Business: Inequalities in Dementia Services — [Christina Rees in the Chair] (16 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Ms Rees. I yet again commend my hon. Friend the Member for Oldham East and Saddleworth (Debbie Abrahams) for securing this debate and for her ongoing advocacy on the issue. I also thank the other hon. Members here; we are a small but perfectly formed debate. I particularly thank my hon. Friend the Member for Halifax (Holly Lynch) for her...

Backbench Business: Inequalities in Dementia Services — [Christina Rees in the Chair] (16 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: I would certainly hope and expect so. The way we are going to deal with the national care service is not to create a big, monolithic organisation to rival the NHS as some kind of super-organisation employing lots of people. The NCS will be about the centre setting out a clear national direction of how we deal with the challenges of social care: what the pay, terms and conditions of the...

Backbench Business: Inequalities in Dementia Services — [Christina Rees in the Chair] (16 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: That is why we need to have a strong national framework with an expectation that these services are delivered to the required outcomes, with very strong targets across the whole of England. I get the nuance between local government finance and the interrelationship with adult social care and NHS budgets. We have to be smarter at working around all of this. As a former shadow Secretary of...

Backbench Business: Inequalities in Dementia Services — [Christina Rees in the Chair] (16 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: I am very grateful to my hon. Friend for giving way and I commend her, not only for securing this debate but for the powerful work she does in this area of policy. She raises the national target for two thirds of people with dementia to be diagnosed. That is not nearly ambitious enough. Is she also concerned that there are huge variances across the country? How can it be that a place like...

Business of the House (16 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: The Leader of the House re-registered her leadership campaign website on polling day, so can her colleagues look forward to more “pints with Penny” over the coming weeks? If not, she is more than welcome to a gin with Gwynne.

Conflict in Sudan: El Fasher (16 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: I intend no disrespect to the Minister, but the Government’s response just does not seem to be as robust as it could be given the severity of the situation in Sudan, which is horrific. She will have read reports in The Guardian about children—alive children—being “piled up and shot” by RSF paramilitaries in El Geneina. What mechanisms are the Government considering to prevent this...

Transport: Reliability of Rail Services (16 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: What steps he is taking to help improve the reliability of rail services for passengers.

Transport: Reliability of Rail Services (16 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: With fares up and cancellations at a record high, rail passengers are crying out for change. In my patch, Reddish South and Denton stations are served by just one train a week. I would like a train service that meets our needs, but the Minister seems to have put rail reform on the back burner. Is that because he cannot deliver, or he thinks Labour will?

Women and Equalities: Menopause: Workplace Support (15 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: What steps she is taking with Cabinet colleagues to support women experiencing menopause at work.

Women and Equalities: Menopause: Workplace Support (15 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: I am grateful for that reply. Labour is the party of women’s equality. The previous Labour Government did more to advance equality than any other, and the next one will match that record. We are committed to supporting women experiencing menopause to thrive at work by requiring large employers to adopt menopause action plans. Will the Minister do the same?

International Health Regulations (14 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: This country has a role and a responsibility in protecting global health. It is a part we played during the covid pandemic. British science stood tall on the world stage, and our country donated 84 million vaccine doses to help vaccinate the world. We learned from the omicron variant that, when it comes to global pandemics, none of us is safe until all of us are safe. We also benefited from...

Work and Pensions: Topical Questions (13 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: Maternity allowance, contribution-based jobseeker’s allowance, contribution-based employment and support allowance, bereavement benefits, basic state pension and the new state pension: these are all calculated using our contributions to national insurance. Given the Chancellor’s announcement of his desire to abolish national insurance, costing £46 billion, what discussions has the...

War in Gaza ( 7 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: The 1.4 million displaced people kettled in the south of the Gaza strip, precisely where they were told to go, are now facing mass starvation—a humanitarian catastrophe unfolding before our eyes. The Rafah offensive cannot and must not be allowed to happen. The Deputy Foreign Secretary says that he is yet to see a plan, credible or not. But a plan clearly exists if the Israeli authorities...

Treasury: Topical Questions ( 7 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: Many of those campaigning for justice in the contaminated blood scandal will have been encouraged by the reporting in over the weekend. Given that time is of the essence, will the Chancellor please indicate by which date the promises will be fulfilled?

World ME Day ( 1 Mai 2024)

Andrew Gwynne: It is always a pleasure to serve your chairmanship, Dame Siobhain. I congratulate the right hon. Member for Bromsgrove (Sir Sajid Javid) on securing this important debate and on the work he not only did as Health Secretary, but continues to do as a Member of Parliament on ME, which we know is a profoundly debilitating and chronic condition that affects various systems across the body....


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