Canlyniadau 81–100 o 1978 ar gyfer speaker:Glenda Jackson

Supplementary Estimates 2012-13 — Department for Work and Pensions — Universal Credit ( 6 Maw 2013)

Glenda Jackson: Free school meals are linked directly to the pupil premium. If there is a reduction in free school meals, it is entirely possible that there will also be a reduction in funding for schools. The implications of universal credit are infinitely greater than just the effects on the actual claimant.

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Social Rented Housing (15 Ion 2013)

Glenda Jackson: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government if he will estimate the gap between demand and supply of social housing in (a) Greater London and (b) the UK; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Education: Special Educational Needs ( 7 Ion 2013)

Glenda Jackson: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what (a) funding and (b) personnel his Department has allocated to developing the local offer element of the Government’s planned Children and Families Bill; and if he will make a statement.

Business of the House: Personal Independence Payments (13 Rha 2012)

Glenda Jackson: The Minister will be aware that the majority of the recipients of DLA/PIP and their carers are dependent on the services provided by local authorities. However, because of the Government’s savage financial cuts for local authorities, those services are being eroded or removed, or in some instances charged for. As part of the impact assessment, will she examine in no small detail whether the...

Business of the House: Benefits Uprating (2013-14) ( 6 Rha 2012)

Glenda Jackson: To paraphrase Shakespeare, the Minister doth protest too much, methinks. He knows that the majority of our children who live in poverty do so in low-paid, working, not shirking, families. Those families are already experiencing serious difficulties in adequately feeding, clothing and, in some instances, even housing their children. In the light of the freeze on benefits, how many more...

Written Answers — Education: Special Educational Needs (20 Tach 2012)

Glenda Jackson: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what estimate he has made of the number of children currently in receipt of a statement of special educational need who will be eligible for an education, health and care plan; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Education: Special Educational Needs (20 Tach 2012)

Glenda Jackson: To ask the Secretary of State for Education how many children currently placed on the School Action programme (a) will and (b) will not be eligible for the new education, health and care plan; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Education: Special Educational Needs (13 Tach 2012)

Glenda Jackson: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what resource his Department has committed to the development of the local offer element of the Children and Families Bill; and if he will make a statement.

[Mr David Amess in the Chair] — Working-Age Disabled People (25 Hyd 2012)

Glenda Jackson: I take on board the hon. Lady’s point about overstatement of the most vulnerable, but some people who are asked that question are totally incapable of answering. A constituent who is 27 years old with a mental age of a six-year-old went to be reassessed. She is already in the system, and the assessor’s report was a million miles from the facts and the actuality. Without the new change...

[Mr David Amess in the Chair] — Working-Age Disabled People (25 Hyd 2012)

Glenda Jackson: The hon. Lady is missing the essential point that I clearly failed to make. The decider in that instance is someone who has been appointed and financed by central Government. They make the decisions, and we have already spoken about the number of appeals arising. That individual should have said immediately, “This is absurd and no one should have sent you to see me”, but they went through...

[Mr David Amess in the Chair] — Working-Age Disabled People (25 Hyd 2012)

Glenda Jackson: It is a pleasure to follow the hon. Member for Eastbourne (Stephen Lloyd). I thank my hon. Friend the Member for Aberdeen South (Dame Anne Begg), as Chair of the Select Committee, for her prescient, direct analysis of what we have found in our deliberations to be the areas that the Government must address with no small haste, because if they mess this one up, hundreds and thousands of...

[Mr David Amess in the Chair] — Working-Age Disabled People (25 Hyd 2012)

Glenda Jackson: On the hon. Lady’s point about appeals not being upheld, the length of time taken to hear an appeal is growing exponentially—my favourite word—so we do not know. People are having to wait months before their appeal is heard, because of the increase in the number presented. On the changes with regard to nine-to-five, with all due respect that applies to every woman who works—that...

[Mr David Amess in the Chair] — Working-Age Disabled People (25 Hyd 2012)

Glenda Jackson: Bylines in newspapers may not be the responsibility of the Government, but it is certainly the responsibility of the Government and the DWP to point out the fact that DLA is an in-work as well as an out-of-work benefit, which they markedly fail to do. They should also highlight the fact that more than 35% of families who claim housing benefit are in work, and that the reason they qualify for...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Care and Support (11 Gor 2012)

Glenda Jackson: The Secretary of State referred to deferred payments. In the time before the individual dies, who will pay for that care? Is there any estimate of how much the care will cost? It seems to be an extremely bad deal for the individual if they must also carry the interest rates of that loan. Will it be administered by local authorities? Who will fund that local authority?

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: LIBOR (FSA Investigation) ( 2 Gor 2012)

Glenda Jackson: I welcome the Chancellor’s commitment to broad-ranging and hard regulation for the British banking system—a position eschewed like the plague by his colleagues when they were in opposition. Will he guarantee that the powers given to the FCA will ensure that it is genuinely what many of my constituents have campaigned for for some time: a banking watchdog, not a lapdog?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Family Migration (11 Meh 2012)

Glenda Jackson: It is not unusual for individuals to have been brought to this country as small children by their parents from former British colonies and then to have lived for 40, 50 or, as in one instance in my constituency, 60 years in this country under the misapprehension that they had automatic British citizenship. If one of these individuals—someone who has lived all their life in this country,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Syria (11 Meh 2012)

Glenda Jackson: Several of my constituents have asked why the UN right to protection has not been exercised. Does the possible introduction of that right constitute one of the options to which the Foreign Secretary referred, and would the United Kingdom support its implementation, because with the best will in the world a peaceful solution to what is happening in Syria seems to be drifting further and...

Bill Presented — Housing (Selective Licensing of Private Landlords in Exempted Areas) Bill: Schedule 1 — Civil legal services (24 Ebr 2012)

Glenda Jackson: On a point of order, Mr Deputy Speaker. The Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport has announced on Radio 4 within the last hour that he will make a statement to the House this afternoon, presumably arising from the contributions made to the Leveson inquiry. Has he made that request to you, has it been granted, and if so when will the House hear the statement?

Surrogate Parents (Leave, Pay and Allowance Arrangements): Clause 1 — Lord Chancellor’s functions (17 Ebr 2012)

Glenda Jackson: The Lord Chancellor referred to a majority of cases. Citizens Advice says that the proportion of appeals that are upheld in work capability assessment cases, for example, rises from 40% to 90% when a legal adviser is involved. I am not saying that it will necessarily be about a point of law, to pick up the point made by the hon. Member for South Swindon (Mr Buckland), but there are occasions...


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