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House of Commons - EXTRACT

Thursday 3 March 2016 Meeting started at 9.34am, ended 5.32pm

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House:
Commons

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Commons Chamber

Event Type:
Main chamber

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  • Oral Questions to the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport

  • Q1. What recent progress has been made on improving access to broadband in urban areas. (903855)

    Richard Graham MP (Gloucester, Conservative)

  • Q2. What assessment he has made of the economic and cultural benefits to the UK of public service broadcasting. (903856)

    Daniel Zeichner MP (Cambridge, Labour)

  • Q3. What assessment he has made of the level of uptake of the satellite broadband voucher scheme in Lancashire. (903857)

    Andrew Stephenson MP (Pendle, Conservative)

  • Q4. What steps his Department is taking to support tourism in York since the recent flooding in that area. (903858)

    Julian Sturdy MP (York Outer, Conservative)

  • Q5. What steps the Government is taking to reduce the number of nuisance calls. (903859)

    Rt Hon Sir Simon Burns MP (Chelmsford, Conservative)

  • Q6. What progress has been made on the rollout of superfast broadband. (903860)

    Paula Sherriff MP (Dewsbury, Labour)

  • Q7. What recent representations he has received on fixed odds betting terminals. (903861)

    Margaret Greenwood MP (Wirral West, Labour)

  • Q8. What discussions he has had with the Home Secretary on ensuring that social media companies comply with police investigations into online crime. (903862)

    Simon Danczuk MP (Rochdale, Independent)

  • Q9. What steps he is taking to bring about the completion of the EU Digital Single Market with regard to telecoms, audio visual policy, IT security and data protection. (903863)

    Nic Dakin MP (Scunthorpe, Labour)

  • Q10. What recent steps he has taken to support tourism in Northamptonshire. (903864)

    Tom Pursglove MP (Corby, Conservative)

  • Q11. What steps his Department is taking to improve competition among internet service providers. (903865)

    Andrew Rosindell MP (Romford, Conservative)

  • Q12. What plans the Government has to support the Northern Powerhouse through funding for the arts. (903866)

    David Rutley MP (Macclesfield, Conservative)

  • Q13. If he will make an assessment of whether further steps need to be taken to investigate allegations of historic sex abuse in the public service broadcasting sector. (903868)

    Mr Philip Hollobone MP (Kettering, Conservative)

  • Q14. What assessment he has made of the potential effect on Scottish sport of changes to the funding of BBC Alba. (903869)

    Gavin Newlands MP (Paisley and Renfrewshire North, Scottish National Party)

  • Q15. What steps his Department plans to take to increase tourism in England from domestic and foreign visitors. (903871)

    Mark Pawsey MP (Rugby, Conservative)

  • Q16. What steps he is taking to ensure that the BBC upholds its obligations under the charter relating to impartiality during the EU referendum campaign. (903872)

    David T. C. Davies MP (Monmouth, Conservative)

  • Q17. What plans the Government has to support the Northern Powerhouse through funding for the arts. (903873)

    Chris Green MP (Bolton West, Conservative)

  • Q18. What progress he has made on replacing the current horserace betting levy. (903874)

    Bob Blackman MP (Harrow East, Conservative)

  • Topical Questions to the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport

  • Oral Questions to the hon. Member for Carshalton and Wallington representing the House of Commons Commission and the Leader of the House

  • Q1. To ask the Leader of the House, What steps he is taking to engage and involve more members of the public in the day-to-day business of Parliament. (903885)

    Stephen Kinnock MP (Aberavon, Labour)

  • Q2. To ask the Leader of the House, What parliamentary mechanisms are available to hon. Members to scrutinise Barnett consequentials within the Estimates process. [R] (903886)

    Patricia Gibson MP (North Ayrshire and Arran, Scottish National Party)

  • Q3. To ask the Leader of the House, If he will make it his policy to protect the time available for backbench business debates on the Floor of the House. (903887)

    Mr Philip Hollobone MP (Kettering, Conservative)

  • Q4. To ask the Leader of the House, When the Government plans to make a decision on future levels of Short money. (903889)

    Margaret Ferrier MP (Rutherglen and Hamilton West, Scottish National Party)

  • Q5. To ask the Leader of the House, What recent assessment he has made of the effectiveness of the introduction of procedures on English votes for English laws. (903890)

    Tristram Hunt MP (Stoke-on-Trent Central, Labour)

  • Q6. To ask the Leader of the House, If he will review the exclusion of cross-border issues from the criteria determining whether the Standing Orders on English votes for English laws apply to legislation. (903891)

    Ian C. Lucas MP (Wrexham, Labour)

  • Q7. To ask the Leader of the House, What parliamentary mechanisms are available to hon. Members to scrutinise Barnett consequentials within the Estimates process. (903892)

    Dr Philippa Whitford MP (Central Ayrshire, Scottish National Party)

  • Q8. To ask the Leader of the House, What parliamentary mechanisms are available to hon. Members to scrutinise Barnett consequentials within the Estimates process. (903893)

    Steven Paterson MP (Stirling, Scottish National Party)

  • Q9. To ask the hon. Member for Carshalton and Wallington representing the House of Commons Commission, What the Commission's policy is on the use of House broadcast footage in programmes of a satirical nature. (903894)

    Dr Rupa Huq MP (Ealing Central and Acton, Labour)

  • Business Statement: Leader of the House

  • Backbench Business: (i) Gangs and serious youth violence

  • Backbench Business: (ii) Welsh affairs

  • Adjournment: Variations in diabetes care

    Rt Hon Keith Vaz MP (Leicester East, Labour)