Canlyniadau 41–60 o 132 ar gyfer speaker:the Bishop of London

Myanmar: Health Workers - Question ( 7 Maw 2023)

the Bishop of London: My Lords—

Myanmar: Health Workers - Question ( 7 Maw 2023)

the Bishop of London: My Lords, the Burmese diaspora are working closely with NHS colleagues in delivering clinical education and training. Their time and expertise are gifted free of charge and supported by modest FCDO funds, which allow organisations such as the Tropical Health and Education Trust to organise and structure this support in a professional way. Could the Minister comment on whether he sees any...

Covid Pandemic: Testing of Care Home Residents - Commons Urgent Question ( 6 Maw 2023)

the Bishop of London: In advance of the outcome of the UK Covid-19 inquiry, which will take some time if it is going to be thorough, can the Minister tell us what attempt the Government have made to learn from how decisions were made during that period and to ensure that better decisions are made today?

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Health Services ( 8 Chw 2023)

the Bishop of London: To ask His Majesty's Government what the consultation process will be in the development of their Major Conditions Strategy.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Health Services: Disadvantaged ( 3 Chw 2023)

the Bishop of London: To ask His Majesty's Government whether their new Major Conditions Strategy will include the content of their unpublished Health Disparities White Paper.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Sick Pay (21 Rha 2022)

the Bishop of London: To ask His Majesty's Government how the number of people earning less than the lower earnings threshold for statutory sick pay has changed over the last five years.

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Sick Pay: Reform (21 Rha 2022)

the Bishop of London: To ask His Majesty's Government what assessments they have carried out of proposed reforms to Statutory Sick Pay in the last 10 years.

Hospital Beds: Social Care - Question (19 Rha 2022)

the Bishop of London: My Lords, we have heard how important a sustainable workforce is, both in social care and healthcare. Can the Minister tell us what the Government are doing to listen to the concerns of health and social care workers about patient safety and their own working conditions at this time?

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Statutory Sick Pay (14 Rha 2022)

the Bishop of London: To ask His Majesty's Government how many people are currently receiving statutory sick pay; how many people are eligible to receive only statutory sick pay when unwell; and how many people earn less than the lower earnings threshold, making them ineligible for statutory sick pay.

Adult Social Care - Question (24 Tach 2022)

the Bishop of London: My Lords, the Archbishops’ commission on social care, which will be publishing its report next year, is also concerned about the inequitable funding when funding is raised through council tax. Can the Minister indicate how central money will reduce this inequality to accessing care and whether the Government are doing any evaluation of that?

Renters Reform Bill - Question (22 Tach 2022)

the Bishop of London: My Lords, rents in London are up to double the level of rents elsewhere in the UK. Crisis has warned that the number of people sleeping rough in London has risen by a quarter in just one year, and more than half of those spotted on the streets are sleeping rough for the first time. What are the Government doing to prevent those who are struggling to pay their increasing rents from falling...

Social Care Sector: Staff Shortages - Question (21 Tach 2022)

the Bishop of London: My Lords, Enabled Living in Newham has become the first London-based social care provider to pay its workers the real living wage—the first such employer to do so. We have heard that social care workers are among the lowest paid, with one in five residential care workers living in poverty before the cost of living crisis, according to the Health Foundation. What assessment have the...

Bereavement Support - Question ( 9 Tach 2022)

the Bishop of London: To ask His Majesty’s Government what steps they plan to take in response to the report by the UK Commission on Bereavement, Bereavement is Everyone’s Business, published on 6 October, which found that over 40% of respondents who wanted formal bereavement support did not get any.

Bereavement Support - Question ( 9 Tach 2022)

the Bishop of London: I thank the Minister for his response. During a Westminster Hall debate on 5 July this year, the former Minister for Care and Mental Health, now the Secretary of State for Education, made a commitment that the Government will formally respond to the commission’s report. Now that the commission has published its findings, highlighting the challenges that bereaved people face today and...

Ambulances - Question for Short Debate ( 3 Tach 2022)

the Bishop of London: To ask His Majesty’s Government what progress they are making on ensuring swift ambulance handovers, as set out in Our Plan for Patients, published on 22 September, given the decision of ambulance workers across 11 trusts to ballot for strike action.

Ambulances - Question for Short Debate ( 3 Tach 2022)

the Bishop of London: My Lords, I start by saying how grateful I am to your Lordships’ House for setting time aside for what I think is an important and timely debate. I am also grateful for the briefing from the House of Lords Library. Last week, the GMB union announced that it was balloting ambulance workers over strike action across 11 trusts in what would be the biggest ambulance workers’ strike for 30...

Employers: Fire and Rehire - Question ( 3 Tach 2022)

the Bishop of London: My Lords, having access to secure work is key to health, not just of individuals but the community. It means sufficient wages and reliable hours. London has the highest share of care workers paid below the real living wage of any English region. What are the Government doing to encourage care providers to be living wage employers to ensure that the workers who look after us have access to...


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