QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE: NHS WORKFORCE – FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT / IMMIGRATION DETENTION / OFSTED

NHS WORKFORCE – FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT Helen Hayes Labour, Dulwich and West Norwood To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what recent assessment his Department has made of the effect of the cessation of freedom of movement on the NHS workforce. Stephen Hammond Minister of State (Department of Health and Social Care) The Government recognises the need … Continue reading QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE: NHS WORKFORCE – FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT / IMMIGRATION DETENTION / OFSTED

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QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE: CYCLING / LOCAL AUTHORITIES FUNDING / SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS / …and the NATIONAL GALLERY

CYCLING Helen Hayes Labour, Dulwich and West Norwood To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what steps he is taking to amend road planning regulations to encourage the uptake of cycling; and if he will make a statement. Michael Ellis Minister of State (Department for Transport) The Government’s recently strengthened National Planning Policy Frameworksays that local authorities should promote … Continue reading QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE: CYCLING / LOCAL AUTHORITIES FUNDING / SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS / …and the NATIONAL GALLERY

…AND HELEN HAYES – TEACHING MIGRATION IN THE HISTORY CURRICULUM: “British history is the history of migration to these islands – none of our families was always here”

Every community, as well as every family, has a migration story, says MP Helen Hayes. The current history curriculum offers some opportunity to teach migration, but there is little explicit focus on internal racial and ethnic diversity within Britain, she told fellow MP's. "British history is the history of migration to these islands. None of … Continue reading …AND HELEN HAYES – TEACHING MIGRATION IN THE HISTORY CURRICULUM: “British history is the history of migration to these islands – none of our families was always here”

QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE: HOMELESSNESS FUNDING / UNIVERSAL CREDIT / AFFORDABLE HOUSING – GREATER LONDON

Helen Hayes Labour, Dulwich and West Norwood To ask the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, what recent discussions he has had with the Chancellor of the Exchequer on increasing the level of funding allocated to homelessness in advance of the spending review. Heather WheelerParliamentary Under-Secretary (Housing, Communities and Local Government) The Government is committed to reducing … Continue reading QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE: HOMELESSNESS FUNDING / UNIVERSAL CREDIT / AFFORDABLE HOUSING – GREATER LONDON

QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE: CHILDHOOD OBESITY / SEXUAL HEALTH / DIVESTING PENSION FUNDS / HARASSMENT AT WORK /FOREIGN LANGUAGES – GCSE

CHILDHOOD OBESITY – health and social care Ellie Reeves Labour, Lewisham West and Penge What recent assessment he has made of progress in implementing Childhood obesity: a plan for action, chapter 2, published in June 2018. Public health budgets have fallen by over 5%, with millions more in cuts anticipated. In both Lewisham and Bromley, the … Continue reading QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE: CHILDHOOD OBESITY / SEXUAL HEALTH / DIVESTING PENSION FUNDS / HARASSMENT AT WORK /FOREIGN LANGUAGES – GCSE

“SERIOUS CONCERNS ABOUT USE OF RESTRAINT AND SECLUSION OF CHILDREN”: MP’s HELEN HAYES AND STEVE REED ADDRESS COMMONS

MP's Helen Hayes and Steve Reed have both addressed the House of Commons during a debate on the restraint and seclusion of children. Helen Hayes said that almost 90 per cent of parents of children with SEN or behavioural needs, including autism, have reported that their child has been physically restrained.  Steve Reed told fellow MPs: … Continue reading “SERIOUS CONCERNS ABOUT USE OF RESTRAINT AND SECLUSION OF CHILDREN”: MP’s HELEN HAYES AND STEVE REED ADDRESS COMMONS

MP HELEN HAYES: “GOVERNMENT HAVE FAILED ON CLIMATE CHANGE”: Plus Questions in the House on: Support schemes for domestic abuse victims/ tackling violence / post-Brexit issues on EU nationals and education /pathology services

MP Helen Hayes has paid tribute to a 15-year-old Swedish environmental activist- and school strikers from her own constituency - during a House of Commons debate on climate change. Helen Hayes Labour, Dulwich and West Norwood  6:38 pm, 1st May 2019 I pay tribute to Greta Thunberg and the school strikers, including those from my constituency, and to the protesters … Continue reading MP HELEN HAYES: “GOVERNMENT HAVE FAILED ON CLIMATE CHANGE”: Plus Questions in the House on: Support schemes for domestic abuse victims/ tackling violence / post-Brexit issues on EU nationals and education /pathology services

MP HELEN HAYES WELCOMES AID TREATMENT FOR BRAIN CANCER VICTIMS

Dulwich and West Norwood MP Helen Hayes has welcomed a Government announcement of a ground-breaking treatment to help doctors treat people with brain tumours. Helen Hayes Labour, Dulwich and West Norwood I welcome the announcement today and the progress made over the past year since Tessa so sadly passed away. I also welcome the announcement as … Continue reading MP HELEN HAYES WELCOMES AID TREATMENT FOR BRAIN CANCER VICTIMS

WINDRUSH: MP HELEN HAYES AND LAMBETH COUNCIL ASK GOVERNMENT TO IMPROVE COMPENSATION SCHEME

MP Helen Hayes MP and Cllr Sonia Winifred, Lambeth council's cabinet member for equalities and culture, have written to the Home Office about the recently announced compensation scheme advising how to improve it, and offering to help ensure people apply. Their letter follows the “Windrush Scandal” last year in which people from the Caribbean who … Continue reading WINDRUSH: MP HELEN HAYES AND LAMBETH COUNCIL ASK GOVERNMENT TO IMPROVE COMPENSATION SCHEME

MP SLAMS THERESA MAY: “Government must act to stop the damage that Brexit is doing” says Helen Hayes

Brexit negotiations over the past two years have culminated in a constitutional crisis and the inability of our Government to resolve the single biggest issue that our country has faced in a generation, says Helen Hayes, (Lab Dulwich and West Norwood). The Prime Minister has refused to take any responsibility for her role in that … Continue reading MP SLAMS THERESA MAY: “Government must act to stop the damage that Brexit is doing” says Helen Hayes