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Daily ReportWednesday, 6 January 2021This report shows written answers and statements provided on 6 January 2021 and theinformation is correct at the time of publication (06:30 P.M., 06 January 2021). For the latestinformation on written questions and answers, ministerial corrections, and written statements,please visit: SWERSDIGITAL, CULTURE, MEDIA ANDSPORT44Casinos: Regulation4Gambling: Coronavirus4Tennis: Coronavirus6EDUCATIONDigital Technology: Training66HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE7Adult Social Care InfectionControl Fund7Compulsorily DetainedPsychiatric Patients: Location12Contact Tracing: Bermondseyand Old Southwark12Contact Tracing: ComputerSoftware13Contact Tracing: Consultants13Coronavirus14Coronavirus: Bingo14Coronavirus: Chesterfield15Coronavirus: Children15Coronavirus: Christmas16Alcoholic Drinks and Drugs:Death7Coronavirus: Contact Tracing16Asthma: Coronavirus8Coronavirus: Disease Control17Bereavement Counselling:South Yorkshire8Coronavirus: Newcastle uponTyne17Blood Cancer: Coronavirus9Coronavirus: North Yorkshire17Care Homes: Coronavirus9Coronavirus: Patients18Care Homes: Visits9Coronavirus: Pre-schoolEducation18Coronavirus: Screening19Coronavirus: Students20Coronavirus: Vaccination20Dental Services22Dental Services: Fees andCharges22Compulsorily DetainedPsychiatric PatientsCompulsorily DetainedPsychiatric Patients:CoronavirusCompulsorily DetainedPsychiatric Patients:Discharges101111

Dental Services: GreaterLondonNHS Trusts: Standards3623NHS: Databases36Dental Services: Laboratories23Obesity37Diagnosis24Disease Control: Coronavirus24DNANudge: Coronavirus25Obsessive CompulsiveDisorder: Children and YoungPeople37Older People: Coronavirus38Eating Disorders: HealthServices25Perinatal Mortality39Electroconvulsive Therapy27Emma Stanton27Protective Clothing: Contractsfor Services39Epilepsy: Medical Treatments28Funerals: Coronavirus28Randox Testing Services:Coronavirus39General Practitioners:InsuranceStalking: Victims4028Hospices: Finance29Statutory Sick Pay:Coronavirus40Hospitals: Fire Prevention29Surgery: Coronavirus41Kidneys: Medical Treatments30Maternal Mortality: EthnicGroups30Maternity Services:CoronavirusHOME OFFICESerious Violence TaskforceJUSTICEDivorce: Mental Health31Medical Treatments Abroad:Coronavirus32Members: Correspondence32Mental Health Services: CareLeavers33Mental Health Services:Children and Young People33Mental Health Services:Coronavirus34Mental Health: Care Leavers34Mental Health: Children35Mental Illness: Prisoners35NHS 1113641414242MINISTERIAL CORRECTIONS44TREASURY44National Savings andInvestments: Correspondence44WRITTEN STATEMENTS45HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE45Covid-19 Update45Vaccine Update45INTERNATIONAL TRADEPrime Minister's Trade EnvoyProgrammeTREASURYEconomy Update47474747

Notes:Questions marked thus [R] indicate that a relevant interest has been declared.Questions with identification numbers of 900000 or greater indicate that the question was originally tabled as anoral question and has since been unstarred.

ANSWERSDIGITAL, CULTURE, MEDIA AND SPORTCasinos: RegulationChi Onwurah:[128954]To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, what assessment hehas made on the effectiveness of casino regulation of anonymous ownership of thosevenues and their licenses.Nigel Huddleston:All companies providing gambling facilities to consumers in Great Britain must belicensed by the Gambling Commission and comply with the conditions and codes ofpractice of their operating licences. These include a requirement for key personnel,such as those responsible for regulatory compliance or the management anddirection of a licensee's business or affairs, to hold personal management licencesfrom the Gambling Commission.Anonymous ownership of casinos or any gambling businesses is not allowed oraccepted by the Gambling Commission. All operators must be transparent about theircorporate control and provide the Commission with information about those who runor have a significant interest in gambling businesses.Where an operator provides insufficient information about its ownership, theCommission can and will take action, including suspending or revoking licences. Thisapplies equally to changes of corporate control.Gambling: CoronavirusAndrew Rosindell:[128885]To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, pursuant to theAnswer of 8 December 2020 to Question 122608 on Gambling: Coronavirus, what stepshe is taking to review the evidence supporting the closure of adult gaming centres in tier 3local covid alert level areas.Philip Davies:[R] [128907]To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, pursuant to theAnswer of 30 November 2020 to Question 122643 on Gambling: Coronavirus, if he willmake an assessment of the potential merits of adult gaming centres, bingo halls andcasinos reopening in tier three areas.Philip Davies:[R] [128908]To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, pursuant to theAnswer of 30 November 2020 to Question 122644 on Gambling: Coronavirus, if he willpublish the evidence on the rate of covid-19 transmissions in adult gaming centres, bingohall and casinos supporting the decision to close them in tier three areas.

Scott Benton:[129125]To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, pursuant to hisAnswer of 30 November 2020 to Question 122915 on Gambling: Coronavirus, if he willmake an assessment of the potential merits of adult gaming centres re-opening in tierthree areas.Scott Benton:[129126]To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, pursuant to hisAnswer to Question 122916, if he will publish the evidence supporting the decision toclose adult gaming centres in tier three areas.Graham Stringer:[129984]To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, pursuant to theAnswer of 8 December 2020 to Question 125212 on Gambling: Coronavirus, what plansthe Government has to review restrictions on adult gaming centres in covid-19 tier threeareas; and if he will make a statement.Graham Stringer:[129985]To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, pursuant to theAnswer of 8 December 2020 to Question 125212 on Gambling: Coronavirus, if he willmake an assessment of the potential merits of allowing adult gaming centres to openunder covid-19 tier three restrictions.Nigel Huddleston:The government, with advice from SAGE, reviewed the impact of the previous tieringarrangements and decided that unfortunately stricter rules on tier 3 closures would benecessary to have an impact on the rate of transmission in very high alert areas. Thisled to the decision that all hospitality and indoor entertainment venues in tier 3 areaswould have to close, including casinos, bingo halls and adult gaming centres. SAGEadvice is independent and published on a regular basis advisory-group-for-emergenciesThe government has continued to engage with the land-based gambling sectorthroughout the pandemic, including with its trade associations the Betting andGaming Council, Bacta and the Bingo Association. The Minister for Sports, Heritageand Tourism has had a series of roundtable discussions with the industry to discussthe impact of Covid-19, including representatives from two of Britain’s largest AGCoperators. DCMS officials have been in regular contact with the representative tradeassociations and fed their views into the government decision-making process, andthey are continuing to do so.Government has set out an analysis of the health, economic and social impacts of thetiered approach, which can be found the-tiered-approach. As on previous occasions, local data packshave also been published.

Epidemiological data and projection models on local restriction tiers, includingcommentary on individual tier allocation decisions, can also be found ment/uploads/system/uploads/attachment data/file/938964/Coronavirus England briefing 26 November.pdf.Tennis: CoronavirusJustin Madders:[129040]To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, what assessment hisDepartment has made of the risks of covid-19 transmission during tennis doublesmatches between mixed households.Nigel Huddleston:As the Prime Minister said on 23 November national restrictions ended onWednesday 2 December, and gyms and sport facilities can reopen across all tiers.This means that certain leisure and sporting facilities including tennis courts andfacilities are able to open subject to relevant social contact rules in each tier.In tier 4, outdoor sports courts can remain open for individual exercise, and for peopleto use with others within their household, support bubble, or with one person fromanother household. Organised outdoor sport for under 18s and disabled people willbe allowed.As set out in the COVID Winter Plan the decision to allocate tiers is based on a rangeof factors and will be reviewed every 14 days. In Tier 3 and 4 areas we have takenfurther measures to limit social interactions and therefore opportunities for the virus tospread.EDUCATIONDigital Technology: TrainingChi Onwurah:[130069]To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how many digital skills courses have beenprovided to UK SMEs by the Skills Toolkit since April 2020.Gillian Keegan:Courses on The Skills Toolkit are taken by individuals rather than firms or small ormedium-sized enterprises. As of 29 November 2020, there have been an estimated132,000 course registrations. These are experimental statistics and furtherinformation can be found here: 2019-20.

HEALTH AND SOCIAL CAREAdult Social Care Infection Control FundSarah Owen:[123722]To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, which local authorities receivedthe Adult Social Care Infection Control Fund payments in (a) May and (b) July 2020 butdid not spend it.Helen Whately:[Holding answer 7 December 2020]: On 15 May 2020 we published details of a 600million Infection Control Fund for adult social care. The Fund was paid in twoinstalments: in May and July. The Department is still assuring the information thatlocal authorities have provided on the final expenditure of the overall fund, which ranfrom May to September 2020. However, on 27 July, we published data that showsthat every local authority distributed funding and that, in total, councils had distributed 257 million of the initial 300 million tranche by 23 July.On 17 September 2020 the Government announced the extension of this fund untilMarch 2021, with an additional 546 million for the care sector.Alcoholic Drinks and Drugs: DeathJonathan Ashworth:[127563]To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what estimate Public HealthEngland has made of the number of deaths linked to drug and alcohol misuse sinceMarch 2020.Jonathan Ashworth:[127564]To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what assessment he has madeof the effect of the covid-19 outbreak on the number of deaths related to drug and alcoholmisuse; and if he will publish the statistics that he holds on that issue.Jo Churchill:[Holding answer 14 December 2020]: Public Health England is monitoringinformation on excess mortality to help understand the impact of COVID-19 duringthe pandemic period, including looking at the underlying causes of death.Between 20 March and 27 November 2020, there have been an estimated 522excess deaths attributed to cirrhosis and other liver disease. There was a total of6,046 registered deaths from cirrhosis and other liver disease in the same period.However, not all these deaths will be linked to alcohol misuse, and there will beadditional alcohol-related deaths which are not related to liver disease.No estimate has been made of the number of deaths from causes such as drug oralcohol poisoning. This is because many of these deaths will be the subject ofcoroners’ inquests and not yet registered.

Asthma: CoronavirusLee Anderson:[128277]To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what additional support hisDepartment is providing to people living with asthma during the covid-19 outbreak.Edward Argar:Through its communication to general practitioner practices and commissioners on31 July 2020, NHS England and NHS Improvement asked general practice to restoreactivity to usual levels where clinically appropriate and reach out proactively toclinically vulnerable patients and those whose care may have been delayed.The new Respiratory Clinical Networks bring together leaders from the NationalHealth Service and other health and social care organisations, to transform thediagnosis, treatment and care for respiratory patients in their local area, focusing onreducing inequalities.Public Health England continue to provide advice for people with long term healthconditions during COVID-19.Bereavement Counselling: South YorkshireSarah Champion:[113109]To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, if he will introduce abereavement support bubble policy in South Yorkshire to enable grieving households toform a support bubble with one other household whilst the (a) November 2020 nationallockdown or (b) Tier 3 local covid alert level lockdown restrictions are in place.Sarah Champion:[113110]To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what assessment hisDepartment has made of the potential merits of extending support bubble arrangementsto grieving households of any size during periods of (a) national and (b) regional Tier 3covid-19 lockdown restrictions.Ms Nadine Dorries:The loss of a loved one can be extremely difficult for people of all ages, particularlyduring the pandemic where usual systems of support are harder to access.The regulations make exemptions to the restrictions on gatherings for support groupsfor those who have suffered bereavement, as well as making provision for ‘linkedhouseholds’, known as ‘support bubbles’.A ‘support bubble’ is a network between a household with only one adult or ahousehold with one adult and one or more children who are under the age of 18. Ineffect, this support bubble acts as a single household with people from anotherhousehold as if they were a member of a household.The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) (No. 4) Regulations 2020are the current set of restrictions, which will expire 2 December 2020, and anannouncement on their replacement will be made in due course. The government

continues to follow the advice of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies and isregularly monitoring current guidelines on COVID-19 restrictions going forward.Blood Cancer: CoronavirusJim Shannon:[91754]To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what assessment hisDepartment has made of the increased (a) risk and (b) effect of a second wave of covid19 on (a) people with blood cancer and (b) older people with chronic lymphocyticleukaemia.Jo Churchill:Blood cancer patients have a higher chance of severe disease if they contractCOVID-19 compared to other cancers, which is why they were placed on theextremely clinically vulnerable list and were advised to shield. During the height of theCOVID-19 pandemic, some treatments were delayed when the risk of contractingCOVID-19 was higher than the risk of delaying treatment.The newly formed Cancer Recovery Taskforce brings together experts from acrossthe cancer community and is overseeing the development of the cancer recoveryplan, including taking into account any impact of a second wave of COVID-19.Care Homes: CoronavirusMr Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi:[114302]To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what steps he is taking toensure that agency staff working in care homes are regularly tested for covid-19.Helen Whately:Care homes are provided with sufficient testing kits when they order from the caretests portal to do this. Guidance is clear that weekly testing of care home staffincludes agency staff. Further information is available at the following sCare Homes: VisitsTaiwo Owatemi:[126144]To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what steps he is taking toreduce the (a) financial and (b) logistical strain on care homes from the introduction oflateral flow testing to facilitate visits.Helen Whately:We understand that the pandemic continues to impose significant pressures on thesocial care sector and we keep funding under review. The Infection Control Fund(ICF) is available for care homes to use for additional COVID-19 related infectionprevention and control costs. apply for support in reducing the rate of COVID-19transmission. The ICF has been extended until March 2021, with an extra 546

million for the care sector to improve infection prevention and control, includingenabling providers to put in place measures to support safe visiting.Compulsorily Detained Psychiatric PatientsJeremy Hunt:[125968]To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what proportion of patientshave been in their current psychiatric unit in a locked mental health rehabilitation facility inEngland for more than (a) one year, (b) two years, (c) three years and (d) four years.Ms Nadine Dorries:[Holding answer 10 December 2020]: This information requested could only beobtained at disproportionate cost.Jeremy Hunt:[126802]To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, how many locked mental healthrehabilitation facilities there are in England.Ms Nadine Dorries:[Holding answer 14 December 2020]: Information obtained by the Care QualityCommission from mental health inpatient providers indicates that providers whoresponded reported 96 locked inpatient mental health rehabilitation wards in Englandin 2019.Jeremy Hunt:[126803]To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what steps his Department istaking to improve care for people in segregation in locked mental health rehabilitationfacilities.Ms Nadine Dorries:[Holding answer 14 December 2020]: The mental health rehabilitation workstream ofthe Getting It Right First Time programme has considered locked mental healthrehabilitation facilities to help improve care for people in those facilities. Theworkstream’s report is expected to be published in early 2021.The Government is clear that restrictive interventions and restraint should only everbe used as a last resort, when all attempts to de-escalate a situation have beenemployed. We are working to finalise the draft statutory guidance for the MentalHealth Units (Use of Force) Act 2018 and accompanying public consultation and willset out a timetable for publishing the guidance and commencing the Act at theearliest opportunity.Jeremy Hunt:[126805]To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what steps the Government istaking to improve training for health, care and education employees in locked mentalhealth rehabilitation facilities to ensure that those employees have the necessary trainingand skills to work with people in those facilities with (a) learning disabilities and (b) autismwho also have complex needs and challenging behaviour.

Ms Nadine Dorries:[Holding answer 14 December 2020]: Health and social care staff working in lockedmental health rehabilitation facilities must have the skills and knowledge to make apositive difference to the lives of people with learning disabilities and autistic people.This is a priority for the Government and we are developing plans to introduce theOliver McGowan mandatory training in learning disability and autism to make surethat this happens.We are working with Health Education England and Skill

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