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Royal College of Psychiatrists Feb 5
Thanks to the 658 members and supporters who emailed their MP to call for annual reports on parity of esteem for mental health and the MPs who spoke up in the debate. Great to hear the Minister commit to look at how to improve reporting on this vital issue.
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Joanna Cherry QC Feb 4
Madame Deputy Speaker confirms in reply to excellent point of order from that does indeed have Barnet consequentials so there can be no doubt that MPs are being prevented from voting on a bill which effects Scotland
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Centre for Mental Health Feb 4
MPs have started debating the NHS Funding Bill - watch now: Check out Andy's blog on the legislation, an amendment to safeguard mental health funding - and why a sole focus on the NHS could create more problems:
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UK Prime Minister Jan 15
"Today is the first step towards putting our record NHS funding commitment into law." – PM
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Preet Kaur Gill MP Feb 4
Today I spoke to my ammendments to the asking the Govt to specify the amount to be spent each year on mental health services, and to report each year on the actual spend.
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Pilar Fernandez Feb 4
Point of order from The MPs are being prevented from voting on the which effects Scotland
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Mims Davies MP #StayHomeSaveLives Jan 28
Thank you for a chance to chat directly today about many key issues raised by constituents on local health matters-alongside this we’ve progressed delivering the manifesto commitment we where elected on-a boost NHS funding by £33.9 billion
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Andy Bell Feb 4
The NHS Funding Bill and mental health in England: as MPs prepare to debate the we hope for assurances will be treated fairly & urgently need to fund & on equal basis
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House of Lords Feb 26
Following second reading of , members question the government on Wuhan Coronavirus. Watch live
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House of Lords Feb 26
From 3.30: members debate the (a money bill) at second reading and then all remaining stages. ▪️ Read Library briefing ▪️ Find out who’s speaking
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PulseToday Feb 4
Parliament is currently debating the , but feels it ignores real issues, such as social care and public health
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Craig Munro Feb 4
In a way this is actually delicious. Braying, puerile eejits preventing Scottish MP's voting on NHS funding reveals EXACTLY to the world how Scotland is getting shafted. And they don't realise.
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RCSLT policy Feb 26
A massive thank you to Lord Bradley for highlighting role of speech & language therapy in liaison & diversion services & the need to improve services for people with communication & swallowing needs in debate yesterday.
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Department of Health and Social Care Jan 27
Today saw introduce the second reading of the NHS Funding Bill . The bill will guarantee funding for the NHS and ensure new resources reach the frontline so that patients receive the care they need 🏥
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Creina Lilburne Feb 4
“The bill does not cover investment in building & equipment... (nor) education and training budgets...Nor does it offer any relief to public health and social care services” and in re
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Dave Brown Jan 15
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Jeannie McCrimmon Feb 5
Scotland's democratic deficit writ large in WM Scottish MPs prevented from voting on the ​ which affects Scotland
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mycareacademy Feb 6
An indication that we still have a long way to go before care provision for , , , and can meet the standards of care provided to people with physical health problems.
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Mayor of Hackney Feb 4
As MPs debate and should not miss this opportunity to fully fund life-changing HIV prevention . Hackney & London are doing vital work as part of , but we still need national funding.
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Dennis Webster Feb 4
The MPs are being prevented from voting on the ... via
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