Here is a weekly update on how Pudsey MP Stuart Andrew has voted in recent parliamentary sessions and also any debates they’ve taken part in.
As part of the service offered by TheyWorkForYou, we receive daily summaries of voting and debate participation for the MP. These are catalogued and this weekly summary is produced in chronological order.
We’re publishing the information about the votes, as well as a link to the debate. Click on the headline for further information.
Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Cooperatives and Social Enterprises: Government Assistance (23 Sep 2022)
Stuart Andrew: The Government strongly supports the co-operative sector and social businesses’ contribution to society and the economy. Co-operatives and mutuals contribute to the diversity and resilience of the economy with their democratic structure, their emphasis on the long-term interests of their members and their local focus and commitment. Social businesses create jobs for those excluded from the…
Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Sports: Autism (22 Sep 2022)
Stuart Andrew: As set out in the National Autism Strategy published in 2021, the government aims to encourage businesses and organisations across the country to take steps to become more autism friendly to help tackle exclusion, loneliness and social isolation. As part of this, we expect sports organisations and major sporting events to do all they can to ensure autistic spectators have the best possible…
Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Festivals and Special Occasions: South Asia (22 Sep 2022)
Stuart Andrew: The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport’s Arm’s Length Body, Arts Council England (ACE), via its National Lottery Project Grants funding has supported a wide range of organisations and events focused on engaging with and celebrating South Asian Heritage, including supporting the South Asian Heritage Trust, which delivers their annual South Asian Heritage Month observance. South…
Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Collegiate Charitable Foundation (22 Sep 2022)
Stuart Andrew: The Charity Commission opened a statutory inquiry into The Collegiate Charitable Trust in 2018. It is considering regulatory issues relating to the administration of the charity by the trustees. Due to the nature of the concerns, interim managers were appointed to manage the charity. The timeframe of the inquiry depends on the interim manager’s findings and any other regulatory action which…
Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Charities: Energy (22 Sep 2022)
Stuart Andrew: As households and communities face rising energy prices, charities are seeing increased demand for their services while contending with the same price increases themselves. With government support, charities have shown significant resilience over the past two years, and will again be crucial in supporting communities and households over the winter. That is why the government will support all…
Worcester Warriors Rugby Club
22 Sep 2022
Stuart Andrew: I am pleased to respond to this debate and am grateful to my hon. Friend the Member for Worcester (Mr Walker) for securing it. The interest shown this afternoon is testament to the importance that this club represents to the local community and to the sport of rugby as a whole.