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Oral questions

7 February 2022 at 2:30pm

Department for Work and Pensions

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The full text of Substantive questions is printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Substantive questions.
What steps she is taking to support progression out of low pay jobs.
Conservative, Waveney
UIN 905446: tabled on 1 February 2022
What assessment she has made of the economic impact of women claiming benefits after leaving the workplace early due to symptoms of the menopause.
Labour, Swansea East
UIN 905447: tabled on 1 February 2022
What steps her Department is taking to tackle levels of poverty among pensioners.
Liberal Democrat, North Shropshire
UIN 905448: tabled on 1 February 2022
What recent assessment her Department has made of the adequacy of benefits for disabled people in the context of increases in the cost of living.
Labour, Pontypridd
UIN 905449: tabled on 1 February 2022
What recent discussions she has had with the Secretary of State for Education on support for vulnerable children.
Conservative, Harlow
UIN 905450: tabled on 1 February 2022
What progress is being made by the work of armed forces champions in jobcentres.
Conservative, Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk
UIN 905451: tabled on 1 February 2022
What support her Department is providing to young jobseekers.
Conservative, Burton
UIN 905452: tabled on 1 February 2022
What support her Department is providing to young jobseekers.
Conservative, Barrow and Furness
UIN 905453: tabled on 1 February 2022
What steps she is taking to build trust in her Department among disabled people.
Labour, East Ham
UIN 905454: tabled on 1 February 2022
What assessment she has made of the reasons for the finding in the Joseph Rowntree Foundation's UK Poverty 2022 report that child poverty in families with more than two children increased from 33 per cent to 47 per cent between 2012-13 and 2019-20.
Labour, Dulwich and West Norwood
UIN 905455: tabled on 1 February 2022
What progress is being made by the work of armed forces champions in jobcentres.
Conservative, Lincoln
UIN 905456: tabled on 1 February 2022
What steps she is taking to (a) measure, (b) improve and (c) publish the performance of work coaches in jobcentres.
Conservative, Weston-super-Mare
UIN 905457: tabled on 1 February 2022
What steps she is taking to support autistic people into the workforce.
Conservative, Bexhill and Battle
UIN 905458: tabled on 1 February 2022
What progress she has made on the conversion of Kickstart jobs into full-time equivalent roles and apprenticeships.
Conservative, Gloucester
UIN 905459: tabled on 1 February 2022
What assessment she has made of the reasons for the finding in the Joseph Rowntree Foundation's UK Poverty 2022 report that child poverty in families with more than two children increased from 33 per cent to 47 per cent between 2012-13 and 2019-20.
Labour, Jarrow
UIN 905460: tabled on 1 February 2022
What steps she is taking to tackle fraudulent activity in the benefits system.
Conservative, Blackpool South
UIN 905461: tabled on 1 February 2022
What recent assessment she has made of the impact of rising fuel costs on disabled people in receipt of benefits.
Labour, Eltham
UIN 905462: tabled on 1 February 2022
What support her Department is providing to social security claimants to help them manage increased utility costs.
Scottish National Party, West Dunbartonshire
UIN 905463: tabled on 1 February 2022
What steps she is taking with the Chancellor of the Exchequer to help support pensioners with increases in the cost of living.
Labour, Sunderland Central
UIN 905464: tabled on 1 February 2022
What diversity training is carried out for civil servants in her Department.
Conservative, Shipley
UIN 905465: tabled on 1 February 2022
What recent assessment her Department has made of the adequacy of benefits for disabled people in the context of increases in the cost of living.
Labour, Llanelli
UIN 905466: tabled on 1 February 2022
What steps her Department is taking to support young people who are out of work or unable to work with the increase in the cost of living.
Conservative, Clacton
UIN 905467: tabled on 1 February 2022
What assessment she has made of the reasons for the finding in the Joseph Rowntree Foundation's UK Poverty 2022 report that child poverty in families with more than two children increased from 33 per cent to 47 per cent between 2012-13 and 2019-20.
Labour, Lewisham West and Penge
UIN 905468: tabled on 1 February 2022
What steps she is taking to support young people in Newport West constituency, who are out of work or unable to work, with the increase in the cost of living.
Labour, Newport West
UIN 905469: tabled on 1 February 2022
What assessment she has made of the reasons for the finding in the Joseph Rowntree Foundation's UK Poverty 2022 report that child poverty in families with more than two children increased from 33 per cent to 47 per cent between 2012-13 and 2019-20.
Labour, Kingston upon Hull North
UIN 905470: tabled on 1 February 2022
The full text of Topical questions is not printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Topical questions.
Labour, Wythenshawe and Sale East
UIN 905471: tabled on 1 February 2022
Labour, Leeds East
UIN 905472: tabled on 1 February 2022
Conservative, Colne Valley
UIN 905473: tabled on 1 February 2022
Labour, Wansbeck
UIN 905474: tabled on 1 February 2022
Conservative, North West Durham
UIN 905475: tabled on 1 February 2022
Labour, Batley and Spen
UIN 905476: tabled on 1 February 2022
Scottish National Party, Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East
UIN 905477: tabled on 1 February 2022
Conservative, Eastbourne
UIN 905478: tabled on 1 February 2022
Conservative, Wantage
UIN 905479: tabled on 1 February 2022
Labour, Coventry North West
UIN 905480: tabled on 1 February 2022