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House of Commons - EXTRACT

Thursday 14 January 2016 Meeting started at 9.33am, ended 5.30pm

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  • Oral Questions to the Attorney General

  • Q1. What recent steps the Crown Prosecution Service has taken to ensure that prosecutors are able more effectively to prosecute cases of domestic abuse. (903023)

    Mr Robin Walker MP (Worcester, Conservative)

  • Q2. Whether he has had discussions with the Prime Minister on the legal form of the UK's renegotiation deal with the EU. (903024)

    Jeff Smith MP (Manchester, Withington, Labour)

  • Q3. What recent steps the Director of Public Prosecutions has taken to improve coordination between prosecutors and police in the handling of cases involving sexual violence. (903025)

    James Berry MP (Kingston and Surbiton, Conservative)

  • Q4. Whether he has given advice on the legality under international law of the bombing of Syria. (903026)

    Deidre Brock MP (Edinburgh North and Leith, Scottish National Party)

  • Q5. What recent discussions he has had with the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and the Director of Public Prosecutions on the role of the National Wildlife Crime Unit in increasing conviction rates for wildlife crime. (903028)

    Jessica Morden MP (Newport East, Labour)

  • Q6. What discussions he has had with the Director of Public Prosecutions on the consequences of the Law Officers' Department's Spending Review settlement for the Crown Prosecution Service's operations. (903030)

    Judith Cummins MP (Bradford South, Labour)

  • Q7. Whether he has had discussions with the Prime Minister on the legal form of the UK's renegotiation deal with the EU. (903031)

    Stephen Kinnock MP (Aberavon, Labour)

  • Q8. What recent steps the Crown Prosecution Service has taken to ensure that prosecutors are able more effectively to prosecute cases of domestic abuse. (903032)

    Mike Freer MP (Finchley and Golders Green, Conservative)

  • Q9. What recent discussions he has had with the Director of the Serious Fraud Office on its ability to prosecute economic crime effectively. (903033)

    Grahame Morris MP (Easington, Labour)

  • Q10. What recent steps the Crown Prosecution Service has taken to improve the conviction rate for rape and domestic violence. (903034)

    Rt Hon David Hanson MP (Delyn, Labour)

  • Q11. What recent steps the Crown Prosecution Service has taken to improve support for victims and witnesses. (903035)

    Nic Dakin MP (Scunthorpe, Labour)

  • Q12. What recent steps the Crown Prosecution Service has taken to improve support for victims and witnesses. (903036)

    Sue Hayman MP (Workington, Labour)

  • Q13. What assessment he has made of the effectiveness of the law on the discharge of firearms by police officers. (903037)

    Huw Merriman MP (Bexhill and Battle, Conservative)

  • Q14. What discussions he has had with the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government on the effect of the Supreme Court ruling of 13 May 2015 on local authorities' ability to meet their legal duties towards people facing homelessness. (903038)

    Mr David Burrowes MP (Enfield, Southgate, Conservative)

  • Oral Questions to the Minister for Women and Equalities

  • Q1. What assessment she has made of the effect on equality of recent changes to the Government's definition of child poverty. (903004)

    Alan Brown MP (Kilmarnock and Loudoun, Scottish National Party)

  • Q2. What discussions she has had with her ministerial colleagues on the effect of the increase in the state pension age on women. (903005)

    Jeff Smith MP (Manchester, Withington, Labour)

  • Q3. If she will discuss with the Home Secretary the treatment of pregnant women detained for immigration purposes. (903006)

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

  • Q4. What steps the Government is taking to address the issue of low body confidence in girls and young men; and if she will make a statement. (903007)

    Michael Fabricant MP (Lichfield, Conservative)

  • Q5. What discussions she has had with her ministerial colleagues on tackling revenge porn; and what assessment she has made of the effectiveness of the revenge porn helpline. (903008)

    Mr David Burrowes MP (Enfield, Southgate, Conservative)

  • Q6. What progress the Government is making on negotiating the removal of VAT on women's sanitary products. (903009)

    Rt Hon David Hanson MP (Delyn, Labour)

  • Q7. What steps she is taking to tackle misogynist bullying on social media. (903010)

    Liz McInnes MP (Heywood and Middleton, Labour)

  • Q8. What the Government's strategy is for increasing the number of BME police officers. (903011)

    Carolyn Harris MP (Swansea East, Labour)

  • Q9. When the Government plans to publish its response to the Closing the Gender Pay Gap consultation, published in July 2015. (903012)

    Lucy Allan MP (Telford, Conservative)

  • Q10. If she will discuss with the Home Secretary the treatment of pregnant women detained for immigration purposes. (903013)

    Callum McCaig MP (Aberdeen South, Scottish National Party)

  • Q11. What steps the Government is taking to help older female carers balance the demands of work with caring for older relatives. (903014)

    Huw Merriman MP (Bexhill and Battle, Conservative)

  • Q12. What discussions she has had with her ministerial colleagues on securing long-term funding for domestic violence services. (903016)

    Keir Starmer MP (Holborn and St Pancras, Labour)

  • Q13. What steps the Government is taking to improve the gender balance of the boards of FTSE companies. (903017)

    Craig Tracey MP (North Warwickshire, Conservative)

  • Q14. What steps she is taking to tackle misogynist bullying on social media. (903018)

    Steve McCabe MP (Birmingham, Selly Oak, Labour)

  • Q15. If she will discuss with the Secretary of State for Health ways to address the relative inequality of health outcomes for men and women. (903019)

    Mr Philip Hollobone MP (Kettering, Conservative)

  • Q16. What assessment she has made of the effect on equality of recent changes to the Government's definition of child poverty. (903021)

    Peter Grant MP (Glenrothes, Scottish National Party)

  • Q17. What progress the Government is making on negotiating the removal of VAT on women's sanitary products. (903022)

    Christian Matheson MP (City of Chester, Labour)

  • Business Statement: Leader of the House

  • Select Committee Statement: Second Report from the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee, Appointment of the UK's Delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, HC 658

  • Backbench Business: (i) Space policy

  • Backbench Business: (ii) House of Lords reform

  • Adjournment: Hinkley C Connection Project

    James Heappey MP (Wells, Conservative)