Canlyniadau 101–120 o 486 ar gyfer speaker:Ben Howlett

Autumn Statement (23 Tach 2016)

Ben Howlett: I thank my right hon. Friend for listening to colleagues on our side of the House who have long campaigned hard for more investment in regional infrastructure, R and D, and innovation. The £683 million towards south-west regional local growth funding and the £1.1 billion English transport fund will make a big difference to constituencies such as mine. Will my right hon. Friend commit to...

Great Western Line: Electrification (22 Tach 2016)

Ben Howlett: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Hollobone. I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Bristol North West (Charlotte Leslie) on securing this debate on a subject about which many of us have spoken together over the past few years. The electrification of the main line is still projected to cut the journey time between my constituency and London, but, given the pinch...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Mental Health Services (22 Tach 2016)

Ben Howlett: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what the average number of treatment sessions received by clients of the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies programme was by clinical commissioning group for (a) clients who completed treatment and (b) all referrals ended in each year since 2010.

Prime Minister: Engagements ( 2 Tach 2016)

Ben Howlett: Last week’s announcement on the report on accelerated access to medicines will have a positive impact on the lives of children and adults with a rare genetic or undiagnosed condition. For decades, patients have struggled to get access to medicines in a timely fashion, and the work of my hon. Friend the Member for Mid Norfolk (George Freeman) made massive progress. Will the Prime Minister...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: International Students (31 Hyd 2016)

Ben Howlett: The Home Secretary is aware that international students contribute over £7 billion to the UK economy and receive 60% approval ratings in the polls, too. Given those figures, is it not clear that in a post-Brexit world, we should split up the immigration figures better to communicate with the public what UK immigration looks like? Will she agree to meet me and colleagues to discuss this issue?

Written Answers — Department of Health: NHS: Private Sector (27 Hyd 2016)

Ben Howlett: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what assessment the Government has made of its progress in implementing the commitment in the 2015 Spending Review to encourage long-term partnerships between the NHS and the private sector; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Department of Health: Patient Choice Schemes (26 Hyd 2016)

Ben Howlett: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what assessment the Government has made of the progress in implementing the commitment in the NHS Five Year Forward View to increase patient choice over where and how patients receive care; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Department of Health: NHS: Private Sector (26 Hyd 2016)

Ben Howlett: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what assessment his Department has made of how much additional surgical and diagnostic capacity independent sector healthcare organisations are able to make available to NHS patients over the remainder of 2016-17; and if he will make a statement.

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Affordable Homes (24 Hyd 2016)

Ben Howlett: In Bath, all our brownfield sites will be developed by 2025 to 2030, with the only nearby sites being the brownfield land south of Bristol that has been left undeveloped for decades by the Labour council and Labour Mayor of Bristol. Does my hon. Friend agree that the changes in the last planning Act and the infrastructure Bill will make a huge difference to developing brownfield land across...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Pharmacy: Finance (20 Hyd 2016)

Ben Howlett: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what assessment he has made of the effect of potential reductions in the level of pharmacy funding on waiting times for NHS prescriptions.

Written Answers — Department of Health: Pharmacy: Finance (20 Hyd 2016)

Ben Howlett: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what assessment he has made of the potential effect of reductions in pharmacy funding on the availability of essential medicines.

Rights of EU Nationals (19 Hyd 2016)

Ben Howlett: I have been a remainer for a very long period of time. I have come to the Chamber and listened very intently to what the hon. and learned Lady is saying. My right hon. and learned Friend the Member for Rushcliffe (Mr Clarke) said that nobody disagrees with what she is saying, and no one in this House disagrees with protecting EU nationals as well as we protect our British citizens. From one...

Rights of EU Nationals (19 Hyd 2016)

Ben Howlett: Sorry, Madam Deputy Speaker, I did not mean you.

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Child Poverty (17 Hyd 2016)

Ben Howlett: As the Secretary of State will know from his recent visit to my constituency, earlier this year I worked with local Bath charity St John’s Hospital to set up the Action Against Child Poverty group in Bath, bringing together over 50 charities and £100,000 of funding to tackle the issue of the one in five children who live in poverty in my constituency. Will he agree to meet Action Against...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Higher Education and Research Bill: Other fees (13 Hyd 2016)

Ben Howlett: I agree with my hon. Friend; now is not the time to be talking about the proportions between who is paying what, when and how. However, will he confirm that, in the consultation, the proportions between what the state will be paying and what the providers will be paying will be decided at that stage?

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Higher Education and Research Bill: Content of a plan: equality of opportunity (11 Hyd 2016)

Ben Howlett: We have been doing some work on this in the Women and Equalities Committee. One thing that is clear is the lack of data. Many hypothetical scenarios have been analysed, but does the hon. Gentleman agree that there is an opportunity here to get to the nitty-gritty of the argument and find out the data behind the reasons why participation levels are falling among part-time students,...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Higher Education and Research Bill: Assessing higher education: designated body (11 Hyd 2016)

Ben Howlett: If the hon. Gentleman had not tweeted earlier the fact he was going to ask this question, I would have had to come up with this on the spot. His point regarding the QAA is interesting. I agree that there should be student engagement throughout the entire system, but the point the QAA was making in oral evidence and in writing was that we should not have student representation on boards, even...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Higher Education and Research Bill: Rating the quality and standards of higher education (11 Hyd 2016)

Ben Howlett: The hon. Gentleman is keen on quoting certain people, so let me quote someone who is an expert on quality assurance and see what he thinks. The chief executive of the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education, who I consider to be an expert in the area, has said: “The government has struck a balance between encouraging competition and rigorous protection of UK higher education’s...

Next Steps in Leaving the European Union (10 Hyd 2016)

Ben Howlett: As a remainer, let me gently say this to the remainers on the Opposition Benches: scupper or delay triggering article 50 at your peril. Workers will not respect you for it; nor will businesses. We must respect the democratic will of the British people. I appreciate the pragmatism surrounding the decision not to involve Parliament in every single minute detail. However, does the Secretary of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Office for Students (10 Hyd 2016)

Ben Howlett: Does my right hon. Friend agree that we should beware the law of unintended consequences? Adding students to the board of the Office for Students would put at risk representation and engagement with students throughout the higher education system. Will she assure me, and the student community, that the OFS will put students at the heart of the system?


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