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House of Commons - EXTRACT

Thursday 8 December 2016 Meeting started at 9.33am, ended 5.21pm

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Commons Chamber

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  • Oral Questions to the Attorney General

  • Q1. What steps the Government is taking to increase the number of prosecutions for modern slavery. (907734)

    Andrew Stephenson MP (Pendle, Conservative)

  • Q2. What steps the Government is taking to increase the number of prosecutions for hate crime. (907735)

    David Rutley MP (Macclesfield, Conservative)

  • Q3. What the Government's policy is on prosecutions relating to criminal corporate liability. (907736)

    Nigel Mills MP (Amber Valley, Conservative)

  • Q4. What assessment he has made of the potential effect of the UK leaving the EU on the protection of human rights in the UK. (907737)

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

  • Q5. What steps the Government is taking to increase the number of prosecutions for hate crime. (907739)

    Sir David Amess MP (Southend West, Conservative)

  • Q6. What steps the Government is taking to increase the number of prosecutions for modern slavery. (907740)

    James Cleverly MP (Braintree, Conservative)

  • Q7. What steps the Government is taking to increase the number of prosecutions for hate crime. (907741)

    Henry Smith MP (Crawley, Conservative)

  • Q8. What steps the Government is taking to increase the number of prosecutions for modern slavery. (907742)

    Seema Kennedy MP (South Ribble, Conservative)

  • Q9. What discussions he has had with the devolved administrations on the potential effect of the UK leaving the EU on the ability to prosecute criminals. (907743)

    Martyn Day MP (Linlithgow and East Falkirk, Scottish National Party)

  • Oral Questions to the Minister for Women and Equalities

  • Q1. What steps the Government is taking to improve careers advice to girls and reduce the gender pay gap. (907756)

    Sir David Amess MP (Southend West, Conservative)

  • Q2. What steps the Government is taking to ensure that rail companies provide on-board visual and auditory displays for disabled passengers. (907757)

    Maria Caulfield MP (Lewes, Conservative)

  • Q3. What steps the Government is taking to increase the number of women on boards and at senior executive levels of FTSE companies. (907758)

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

  • Q4. What plans the Government has to update its guidance to schools on the provision of sex and relationship education to include (a) LGBT relationships issues and (b) sexual harassment in schools. (907759)

    Ruth Cadbury MP (Brentford and Isleworth, Labour)

  • Q5. If she will discuss with the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions the provision of further transitional support to women affected by the increase in the state pension age. (907762)

    Mrs Emma Lewell-Buck MP (South Shields, Labour)

  • Q6. What steps she is taking to encourage more women to take up scientific professions. (907763)

    Rt Hon Sir Desmond Swayne MP (New Forest West, Conservative)

  • Q7. What assessment she has made of the effect of the introduction of employment tribunal fees on access to justice for women. (907765)

    Justin Madders MP (Ellesmere Port and Neston, Labour)

  • Q8. What assessment the Government has made of the potential effect of the proposed reduction in funding on the work of the Equality and Human Rights Commission. (907766)

    Chris Elmore MP (Ogmore, Labour)

  • Q9. If the Government will take steps to support young people to (a) develop their self-confidence and (b) understand pressures related to advertising. (907767)

    Nigel Huddleston MP (Mid Worcestershire, Conservative)

  • Q10. What the Government's plans are for implementation of the recommendations in its review into the care and management of transgender offenders. (907768)

    Daniel Zeichner MP (Cambridge, Labour)

  • Q11. If she will discuss with the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions the provision of further transitional support to women affected by the increase in the state pension age. (907769)

    Andy Slaughter MP (Hammersmith, Labour)

  • Q12. What assessment the Government has made of the effect of its welfare policies on equality for disabled people. (907770)

    Martyn Day MP (Linlithgow and East Falkirk, Scottish National Party)

  • Topical Questions to the Minister for Women and Equalities

  • Oral Questions to the Leader of the House

  • Q1. What parliamentary mechanisms are available to hon. Members to scrutinise Barnett consequentials within the Estimates process. (907753)

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

  • Q2. What plans he has for sittings of the House in September 2017. (907754)

    Rt Hon Sir Desmond Swayne MP (New Forest West, Conservative)

  • Q3. If he will allocate time for Topical Questions to the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland. (907755)

    Mr Laurence Robertson MP (Tewkesbury, Conservative)

  • Business Statement: Leader of the House

  • Backbench Business: (i) UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

  • Backbench Business: (ii) Cancer Strategy one year on

  • Adjournment: Governance of the BBC

    Mr Charles Walker MP (Broxbourne, Conservative)

  • 14:48:11

    Backbench Business: (ii) Cancer Strategy one year on

  • 14:48:18

    Nic Dakin MP (Scunthorpe, Labour)

  • 15:04:09

    Henry Smith MP (Crawley, Conservative)

  • 15:10:06

    Jim Fitzpatrick MP (Poplar and Limehouse, Labour)

  • 15:21:25

    David Tredinnick MP (Bosworth, Conservative)

  • 15:45:31

    Jim Shannon MP (Strangford, Democratic Unionist Party)

  • 15:58:28

    Rebecca Harris MP (Castle Point, Conservative)

  • 16:05:12

    Bob Blackman MP (Harrow East, Conservative)

  • 16:20:46

    Jo Churchill MP (Bury St Edmunds, Conservative)

  • 16:33:30

    Mrs Sharon Hodgson MP (Washington and Sunderland West, Labour)

  • 16:45:07

    David Mowat MP, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Health (Warrington South, Conservative)

  • 16:58:19

    Nic Dakin MP (Scunthorpe, Labour)