BBC News 24
3 hours
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STV
4 hours
You mentioned cyber crime, and you have outlined measures to focus on cybercrime. But if you are already struggling to fund officers, how are you going to fund tackling this huge issue of cyber crime? Well what this strategy does is take us into the position where we have a balanced budget in three years' time.
STV
4 hours
If these 300 are needed in the back room now, why won't they be needed then? Well because the journey police Scotland has been on in the first three years since we have amalgamated, the focus has been very much on keeping our operational delivery where it needs to be and we have successfully achieved that.
BBC Parliament
6 hours
It is no good him grinning at me like a Cheshire cat, I trust that that means that he is acquiescing in the judgment that has been reached and we always look forward to the mellifluous tones of the honourable gentleman but they should focus on the subject that we have chosen and not on that which he would prefer to have been chosen.
BBC Parliament
6 hours
Can I gently said he honourable gentleman that he is a distinguished ornament of the procedure committee, which has deliberated upon this matter. The question of the character ought to do is focus on the subject which has been chosen.
BBC Parliament
6 hours
254 -- $2.3,000 a year. Where in Germany it is $4,# 00. Hospital beds in the UK are 2.8 per 1,000. In Germany 8.3. It doesn't need to be like. This I want to focus particularly on the needs of rural communities. We haven't talked about this evening and were the AE department in Darlington to close, this would be an extremely serious problem for people to the west of Darlington and at the top of tease deal.
BBC Parliament
6 hours
We are here today to debate the financial sustainability of the health and adult social care sectors, although health and adult social care are almost inseparable, for brevity 's sake I will focus my remarks on adult social care. I focus on adult social care because although acute care and adult social care sector is facing similar unprecedented pressures adult social care is different in one important way.
BBC Parliament
6 hours
We should focus on the real weekend effect. The one where if you happen to be in hospital on a Friday night you are unlucky to make it out until Monday lunch time at the earliest. Why do doctors talk about how it takes three minutes to admit a patient but three days to discharge one? In the time I have I want to cover a few points.
BBC Parliament
7 hours
Adult social care accounts for around 33% of local authority discretion or spend. It is inevitable that this is going to come into focus when local authority managers try to balance the book. Other competing pressures, around the National Living Wage, that is soaking up a lot of the action money that is being allocated into this area. It is not just about local authorities, it is the area. It is not just about local contracts to local authorities.
BBC Parliament
7 hours
Something which quite often I find we don't seem to focus sufficiently on within this house stop the variability in terms of infection rates, in terms of rates of revision surgery requires very significant across the NHS, and if we could raise the quality of clinical care to the level of the best across the NHS clinical care to the level of the best across the NHS we could that litigation amount down very substantially. I was very pleased to join a meeting held a couple of weeks ago on the manifesto for a healthy and health creating society, led by the former permanent secretary of the Department of Health and other colleagues in the House of Lords and indeed others.
BBC News 24
7 hours
The Lord Chancellor herself said that she had no alternative, the law requires her to do this. It's actually quite predictable. The insurance industry should have realised. One or two insurers I suspect have realised that. We mustn't lose focus, we are talking about people with life changing injuries.
Channel 4
7 hours
A lot of the play, what we focus on in the play are those more reflective opinions about where they live, community, of course some of it is on Europe or it might be on hardship or patriotism or immigration, all of those subjects. But I think what was wonderful is how honest people where and how up for having a discussion.
Channel 4
8 hours
He is speaking this week between the joint houses of Congress as well so another opportunity for him to lay out his list of commitments of what they are doing on the budget, on immigration as well. Another focus of the briefing was of course Russia and links, reported links between members of Donald Trump's campaign and Russian operatives.
Channel 4
8 hours
This was a packed room and John Spicer was laying out some of the priorities of President Trump. $54 billion increase in defence spending, and massive increase in defence spending. We know that foreign aid will be a particular focus in terms of cuts, even though at the moment the United States spends less than 1% of its total spending on foreign aid. This is an ideological move by the President, it will be very popular no doubt with his supporters.
BBC Parliament
8 hours
The library briefing goes on to examine the history of the proposal and the debates of the house. I would like to focus on the history of the Fire and Rescue Service statutory duties. I suspect colleagues might suspect that the Fire Service has always had a duty to attend fires. It was part of the fire that destroyed most of the powers of Westminster that led to the creation of the London Fire Brigade.
Channel 4
8 hours
This is all to avoid adding £3.7 billion to the welfare bill. Almost a year ago George Osborne tried to save a similar amount on PIPS but the Tory report made him scrap the idea. -- Tory revolt. Today they said nobody is PIP will be cut but the benefit is going back to its original purpose. And with me here is our social affairs editor Jackie Long. As Jane said much of the outrage and focus of the last 24 hours has been about language and it is really important here.
BBC Parliament
8 hours
Sky News
8 hours
2001, 2001 the rate was last looked at, we say the insurers have had plenty of time to plan for this, but we must not lose focus. We are talking about people who are confined to wheelchairs, talking about people who have lost limbs, we are talking about people who have been severely injured, life-changing, and I am sorry, that is where we should be focusing, not a big business.
ITV
8 hours
They allowed hundreds more children to go, including me, to a scheme that they had condemned as unfit for children and was on their black list. And they funded it and subsidised a further shipment of children to institutions that they said shouldn't be in existence. It'll be July before those issues will be examined, when the focus will turn to who knew what and when.
BBC Parliament
9 hours
We need to look at this again, the need became imperative in the context of the Government's phone flood resilience review. I want to focus my remarks on one aspect of the recommendations, the strategic approach to the management which we need to take with a special focus on the need for catchment scale planning.
Sky News
9 hours
He stopped. He was talking to people, trying to figure out what to do... I knew ahead of time and then I saw him get up on stage and I think he did not know what to make of it. This has never happened in the history of the Oscars. It was really incredible. The main thing that we have to focus on is that we want.
BBC Parliament
10 hours
Government should undertake to overhaul flood risk management, including a new English rivers and coastal authorities accountable for delivering flood protection, because again in the Netherlands they have a flood commissioner who goes to the Dutch parliament, is answerable to Parliament and also at a local level, and it gives a real focus.
BBC Parliament
10 hours
As the threat in the UK grows, we need to borrow ideas from the Dutch and mirror their local focus on how they deal locally and nationally so they do know exactly how to deal with water because if they don't, they don't have a contrary.
BBC News 24
10 hours
Let us listen and learn their experiences. Does it make sense to start, so much focus with offences and dreadful events which happened not in the UK, not in England and Wales, in some cases Australia and other parts of the former British Empire. Does that make sense quiz? I think yes.