Canlyniadau 1–20 o 1987 ar gyfer speaker:Lord Addington

Community Sports: Impact on Young People - Motion to Take Note (16 Mai 2024)

Lord Addington: My Lords, the first and very pleasant task for anybody who is winding up today is to welcome the “new boys”. It is good to see them on the Benches and taking part. I slightly challenge the emphasis on football. It is not my favourite sport, but it is the biggest one. I welcome them and look forward to hearing from them on this and other subjects. I hope that we will become allies in the...

People with Disabilities: Access to Services - Motion to Take Note (16 Mai 2024)

Lord Addington: Are we suggesting that there will be a consistent approach to those who are not taking on plans in the classroom? Much of the talk here is about the plan, which is incredibly expensive and slow, is appealed and then goes through. Will we get better support for those who have not had that official diagnosis? That is the real issue here.

People with Disabilities: Access to Services - Motion to Take Note (16 Mai 2024)

Lord Addington: My Lords, follow that! The noble Baroness, Lady Hughes, has set us a challenge by going across the entire panoply. That probably should be done, but we may need a debate about three times as long, or three different goes at it. Let us use this as our opening shot. We have passed a law that we do not enact. Most people in this Chamber are veterans of various phases of this and its precursors....

Skills: Importance for the UK Economy and Quality of Life - Motion to Take Note ( 9 Mai 2024)

Lord Addington: My Lords, certain themes come across in trying to sum up what has been said in this debate. A clear one is the fact that we do not seem to have a handle on training for skills—a skill you can actually do in later life—or we have a dozen badly attached handles on it. We have an education system that is plugged into passing X number of little dots. It is also an education system which says...

Health and Disability Reform - Statement ( 1 Mai 2024)

Lord Addington: My Lords, this Statement should fill us with joy, but anyone familiar with the history of this issue will actually be worried. The assessment has just got a hell of a lot more complicated. In the past, people have been told that they cannot get their benefits, whatever they are called, because they can walk 10 yards—except they could do it one day but not the next, and it was a nightmare....

Gambling Advertising - Question for Short Debate (25 Ebr 2024)

Lord Addington: My Lords, I start with a small confession: I live in the village of Lambourn, which is the centre of the racing industry. If there ever was an industry linked to gambling, it is racing. That made me think about my reaction to gambling, given that I do not sit on horses or gamble much. It is the fact that it is a day out, when you have drinks in a nice environment, watching racing. Virtually...

Expansion of Free Childcare - Question (23 Ebr 2024)

Lord Addington: My Lords, I know from some of the information that has come to me that it has been estimated that we are 40,000 workers down on the target to implement this fully—in a sector where about half the workers are saying that they want to leave within the next 12 months due to a lack of pay and overwork. What will the Government do to square that circle?

School Inspections: Funding - Question (17 Ebr 2024)

Lord Addington: My Lords, there is a principle that what gets inspected gets done. Can the Government say whether, if inspections are not done properly, we might be doing things badly? We have got to ensure that there are enough resources if we have a system of stick and carrot.

Police: Joe Anderson - Question (15 Ebr 2024)

Lord Addington: My Lords, does the Minister agree that there should be some maximum timeframe on this because, otherwise, it could go on for ever—and it looks like it is going to. Surely, there should be some point at which you know, at least, whether there is going to be further action taken against you.

Schools and Colleges: Special Educational Needs - Question (15 Ebr 2024)

Lord Addington: To ask His Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to ensure that, when meeting the needs of those with special educational needs in the school and college system, a legacy of training and knowledge is retained within those institutions.

Schools and Colleges: Special Educational Needs - Question (15 Ebr 2024)

Lord Addington: My Lords, I beg leave to ask the Question standing in my name in the Order Paper and remind the House of my declared interests.

Schools and Colleges: Special Educational Needs - Question (15 Ebr 2024)

Lord Addington: I thank the Minister for that reply. However, why do we not have a strategic plan to make sure that at least the most common special educational needs—I once again remind the House of my interest in dyslexia—are embedded within schools? We do not want to go through the process of parents having to spot that their child is struggling, but for the school to come to the parents and say,...

Student Loan Interest Rates - Question (27 Maw 2024)

Lord Addington: My Lords, the student loan system is renowned for bad repayment rates and, as has just been mentioned, high interest rates. Would it not be the right time to get some system that the Government back and is on the government books? That is what needs to be done to get us away from the accounting procedure. It is ridiculous. I declare an interest as somebody who has a daughter who is coming up...

Regional Arts Facilities - Question (27 Maw 2024)

Lord Addington: My Lords, the Minister mentioned the fact that there is a cost—to things such as education and other bits of government—if you do not have these functioning properly. Can the Government give us some indication of the input needed from, for example, the Department for Education, to deliver an acceptable level of operation properly to the nation, and also the on-costs for things such as the...

Human Rights: Sportswashing - Motion to Take Note (21 Maw 2024)

Lord Addington: My Lords, there are certain debates where you prepare something—at least mentally, in my case—then you have a look at the speaking list and think, “It probably will have all been said”. I looked at this list and said, “Yep, it will have been”. I was right. I started thinking about what I was going to say about the history of sportswashing. Berlin 1936 is the big one. Then I...

Schools: Special Needs Pupils - Question (19 Maw 2024)

Lord Addington: My Lords, will the Minister comment on a meeting I had earlier today, in which representatives of different ethnic groups were saying that it is much more difficult for them to get diagnosed with dyslexia? This is because the teachers do not know how to pick out dyslexia from things such as second-language problems, and the fact that those parent groups do not know that diagnosis and...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Audiology: Paediatrics (18 Maw 2024)

Lord Addington: To ask His Majesty's Government, as part of the Paediatric Hearing Services Improvement Programme, how many reviews of patient records have been undertaken, and how many children have been identified as requiring reassessment.

Environment Agency - Question ( 7 Maw 2024)

Lord Addington: My Lords, will the Minister consider making sure that the Environment Agency and the Office for Environmental Protection consult other bodies? The huge benefits to mental and physical health from being active in the countryside, or even outside, in a non-formal way are documented. Is there, for instance, regular contact between the Department of Health and the Environment Agency or are we...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Audiology: Paediatrics ( 6 Maw 2024)

Lord Addington: To ask His Majesty's Government when they expect all paediatric audiology services in England to be accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service's Improving Quality in Physiological Services scheme, and what plans they have to increase accreditation of audiology services nationally.


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