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English Horticultural Sector (Horticultural Sector Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (19 Ebr 2024)

Baroness Hayman of Ullock: ...border control posts posing severe biosecurity risks for the horticultural sector, particularly for the protected salad sector, which imports young plants. The risk is that BCPs become a point of infection and not inspection. The proposed authorised operator scheme being piloted excludes many horticultural businesses due to the narrow eligibility criteria. Perhaps the noble Lord could...

Thames Water: Oxfordshire ( 7 Chw 2024)

Layla Moran: ...% correctly, given that it is in their interests to make it look like the issue is getting better. A mother got in touch with me after her son was admitted to hospital with a water-based bacterial infection on his hand. He is a keen rower, and a blister became infected by dirty river water from the Thames in Abingdon. It is not just about humans: a number of constituents also got in touch...

Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases — [Carolyn Harris in the Chair] ( 9 Ion 2024)

Catherine West: ...Financial Interests. As hon. Members have said, we remain at a critical point in tackling malaria and neglected tropical diseases due to the pandemic; humanitarian crises as a result of conflicts, flooding and famine; rising biological threats such as insecticide and drug resistance; a decline in the effectiveness of core tools; a widening funding gap and resource constraints; and...

Senedd yr Alban: Flooding (Support for Communities) ( 1 Tach 2023)

Tess White: ...come to Stonehaven and the huge difference between what happened in Stonehaven and what happened in Brechin later in my speech. I also refer to Ms Forbes’s comment; if the water rises 2 feet, the flood defence needs to be 3 feet, so I challenge that intervention. Seven years later, Brechin was in the eye of storm Babet. Floodwaters raged through River Street and beyond, destroying homes...

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene: Sustainable Development — [Mrs Pauline Latham in the Chair] (17 Hyd 2023)

Patrick Grady: ...as a water crisis. In many places there is either too much or too little or it is too contaminated. That is not just in developing countries. In the United Kingdom, we are experiencing both floods and droughts, and the situation puts massive pressure on our sewerage system. Where efforts are made, benefits can be seen by all, and the potential for benefits can be predicted. Earlier this...

Senedd yr Alban: Bail and Release from Custody (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (21 Meh 2023)

Jamie Greene: ...prisoners, to name but a few. That raises a question: if the reason for this power is that it is completely necessary for ministers in an unforeseen and probably quite dramatic emergency, such as a flood or fire or riots—or perhaps even disease, which I will come to—why on earth would we have exemptions? That does not make any sense. In any case, if there is such an emergency scenario...

Pride Month (15 Meh 2023)

Lloyd Russell-Moyle: ...party was equally taking a stand. It apologised for section 28 and it felt as if we were united, all moving forward. But then the dirty money from the evangelical right in America started to flood in, often through Tufton Street, where extreme right-wing organisations are based. We have seen climate denial, the reckless economic policies from the right hon. Member for South West Norfolk...

New Hospital Programme (24 Chw 2023)

Elliot Colburn: ...in the UK—Epsom and St Helier have had a particularly challenging winter, made even more difficult by the old, tired estate. Patients are being cared for in near-impossible conditions: wards are flooding, roofs are leaking and heating failures are causing cold temperatures. Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust has already spent vast amounts of money trying to maintain its...

Service Family Accommodation - Commons Urgent Question (21 Rha 2022)

Lord Coaker: ...supporting our Armed Forces. So why is there a backlog of 3,100 outstanding complaints about service accommodation? This huge backlog includes complaints about recurring black mould, causing viral infections in children; crumbling roofs; burst pipes that are flooding homes; and broken boilers. Even when reports are made, there is no guarantee of repair, with two-hour waits on helplines....

Service Family Accommodation (20 Rha 2022)

Dan Jarvis: ...forces continue to be busy, not least, potentially, with commitments to Military Aid to the Civil Authorities. Some shocking recent accommodation cases include: recurring black mould causing viral infections in children; crumbling roofs leaving houses exposed to the elements; burst pipes flooding homes; and broken boilers in sub-zero temperatures. What is worse is that, currently, there is...

Sewage Disposal in Rivers and Coastal Waters - Motion to Take Note ( 7 Gor 2022)

Lord Campbell-Savours: ...years. I recall that it was the same on the River Cocker in Cockermouth and on the Derwent as it flows into Workington. I put it all down to climate change and environmental damage, again including flooding. Over the years, I have found myself repeatedly in conflict with the water industry, in particular with the former North West Water, primarily over that flooding but also with the...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (2nd Day) (Continued): Amendment 15 (13 Ion 2022)

Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle: ...be a significant cause of death among older people, and as long as the NHS contributes to climate change, there is a disastrous cycle there. Also, some 10% of London hospitals are at risk of river flooding. I have not been able to find figures for the country as a whole, but I am sure that will be true for many other hospitals too. While preparing for today’s debate, I looked at the...

Botulinum Toxin and Cosmetic Fillers (Children) Bill - Second Reading (16 Ebr 2021)

Baroness Wheeler: .... During the course of the Bill and in today’s speeches we have heard about the horrific consequences for vulnerable young people when procedures go wrong, including the worst-case scenarios of infection, permanent scarring and tissue death, as well as serious psychological and mental health problems for young people whose lives have been seriously impacted by botched procedures...

Global Human Security — [Sir Christopher Chope in the Chair] (13 Ebr 2021)

Anna McMorrin: ...of devastating extreme weather, with families uprooted from homes and their livelihoods lost. Just last year, I had similar conversations with constituents of mine who had been affected by flooding. Climate change affects the most vulnerable, wherever they are in the world. As we have seen with covid, what happens in even the most distant communities reverberates back to our shores; what...

Covid-19: One Year Report - Motion to Take Note (25 Maw 2021)

Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle: ...regret for the millions of self-employed people who have been left penniless and scrabbling desperately to survive, or for the continuing, still unresolved failure to provide funds for workers infected with the coronavirus or potentially exposed to it, who are denied the financial support that they need to self-isolate? How can this Motion to Regret not be supported? Were I physically in...

World Water Day (18 Maw 2021)

Wendy Morton: ...granted. Beyond the household, one in four healthcare facilities has no water supply, rising to 50% in the world’s least developed countries. Health facilities should be a source of care, not of infection. We want universal access to water, sanitation and hygiene by 2030, but at the current rate of progress we are not going to achieve that before the end of the century. The value of...

Local Government Finance (England) (10 Chw 2021)

Andy Carter: ...I thank them for their efforts. In recent weeks, as well as dealing with the impact of covid-19, our council workers have also dealt with the fallout of Storm Christoph, with more than 700 homes flooded across the town, affecting homes in Dallam, Sankey Bridges and Lymm. There is no doubt that the challenge of dealing with the floods will be costly, and I am keen for the Secretary of State...

Medicines and Medical Devices Bill - Report (1st Day): Amendment 7 (12 Ion 2021)

Baroness Masham of Ilton: ...and animals, pass into the environment by different routes. One route is through sewage, which is then processed and goes back into the land where animals graze, and then enters the food chain. Flooding causes contamination and can cause infections through escaping sewage, and this can give rise to environmental and public health matters that need addressing. There is also an environmental...

Business of the House ( 3 Rha 2020)

Valerie Vaz: ...suggestion of a Minister for vaccines. What I am concerned about is that he is doing two jobs. We had a Minister for snow, although I do not think many people will remember that, and a Minister for floods, and they just did that one job. Will the vaccines tsar now be accountable to the Minister and will the Minister be accountable to us? Could the Minister make a statement next week, so we...

High Speed Rail (West Midlands–Crewe) Bill - Report (1st Day): Amendment 5 (30 Tach 2020)

Baroness Young of Old Scone: ...outbreaks of serious tree diseases that are not currently prevalent in the UK. You just have to say “Xylella fastidiosa” to a tree person and they go into a terminal faint. This bacterium can infect more than 300 species of trees and shrubs. If it comes across the channel, which, under the current importation standards, it could well do, it will infect tens of billions of shrubs and...


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