House of Commons - EXTRACT

Tuesday 10 November 2015 Meeting started at 11.34am, ended 7.43pm



Commons Chamber

Event Type:
Main chamber



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  • Oral Questions to the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills

  • Q1. What assessment he has made of recent trends in apprenticeship starts. (902082)

    Nicola Blackwood MP (Oxford West and Abingdon, Conservative)

  • Q2. What steps he is taking to support the aerospace industry. (902084)

    Henry Smith MP (Crawley, Conservative)

  • Q3. What steps he is taking to support the manufacturing sector. (902085)

    John Stevenson MP (Carlisle, Conservative)

  • Q4. What assessment he has made of recent trends in apprenticeship starts. (902086)

    Luke Hall MP (Thornbury and Yate, Conservative)

  • Q5. What progress he has made on introducing a market rent only option for pub tenants. (902087)

    Louise Haigh MP (Sheffield, Heeley, Labour)

  • Q6. What his priorities are for business in the Government's negotiations for reform of the EU. (902088)

    Neil Carmichael MP (Stroud, Conservative)

  • Q7. What estimate he has made of the number of students from India applying to study in the UK in each of the last three years. (902089)

    Bob Blackman MP (Harrow East, Conservative)

  • Q8. What assessment he has made of the effectiveness of steps taken by UK Trade and Investment to encourage British exports. (902090)

    Andrew Griffiths MP (Burton, Conservative)

  • Q9. What steps he is taking to prevent businesses exploiting migrant workers. (902091)

    Matt Warman MP (Boston and Skegness, Conservative)

  • Q10. What assessment he has made of the adequacy of further education provision and funding in Sussex. (902092)

    Tim Loughton MP (East Worthing and Shoreham, Conservative)

  • Q11. What proportion of businesses in England employ an apprentice. (902093)

    Peter Aldous MP (Waveney, Conservative)

  • Q12. What steps he is taking to address the shortage of drivers in the road haulage industry. (902094)

    Chris Heaton-Harris MP (Daventry, Conservative)

  • Q13. When he plans to bring forward proposals to improve access to finance for (a) the smallest businesses and (b) people who are self-employed. (902096)

    Mr Geoffrey Robinson MP (Coventry North West, Labour)

  • Q14. What assessment he has made of recent trends in apprenticeship starts. (902097)

    Michael Tomlinson MP (Mid Dorset and North Poole, Conservative)

  • Q15. What recent discussions he has had with the Foreign Secretary on the effect on businesses of the UK's membership of the EU. (902098)

    Julie Elliott MP (Sunderland Central, Labour)

  • Q16. What steps he is taking to support the aerospace industry. (902099)

    Andrew Stephenson MP (Pendle, Conservative)

  • Q17. What steps he is taking to ensure that the skills of steel industry employees are maintained. (902100)

    Valerie Vaz MP (Walsall South, Labour)

  • Q18. What steps he is taking to encourage prompt payment to small businesses. (902101)

    Marion Fellows MP (Motherwell and Wishaw, Scottish National Party)

  • Q19. What proportion of investments made through the British Business Bank has been made in the North East. (902102)

    Helen Goodman MP (Bishop Auckland, Labour)

  • Q20. If he will take steps to ensure that funding is available to maintain work opportunities for researchers in the early stages of their careers. (902104)

    Stuart C. McDonald MP (Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East, Scottish National Party)

  • Q21. What steps he is taking to encourage competition and switching between providers in consumer markets. (902105)

    Nigel Huddleston MP (Mid Worcestershire, Conservative)

  • Q22. What recent steps he has taken to improve Britain's trading relationship with China. (902106)

    Daniel Kawczynski MP (Shrewsbury and Atcham, Conservative)

  • Topical Questions to the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills

  • Statement: Europe: Renegotiation

  • Ten Minute Rule Motion: Government Departments (Decentralisation Target)

    Ian Austin MP (Dudley North, Labour)

  • Legislation: Trade Union Bill - Report stage

  • Legislation: Trade Union Bill - 3rd reading

  • Adjournment: Hedgehog conservation

    Oliver Colvile MP (Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport, Conservative)

  • 13:07:20

    Rt Hon David Lidington MP, The Minister for Europe (Aylesbury, Conservative)

  • 13:08:25

    Rt Hon Peter Lilley MP (Hitchin and Harpenden, Conservative)