House of Commons - EXTRACT

Thursday 17 November 2016 Meeting started at 9.30am, ended 5.27pm



Commons Chamber

Event Type:
Main chamber



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  • Oral Questions to the Secretary of State for Transport

  • Q1. What steps his Department is taking to prevent the rent of high-performance sports cars by dangerous drivers. (907292)

    Andrew Stephenson MP (Pendle, Conservative)

  • Q2. Whether he has had discussions with the Attorney General on investigations into car manufacturers and emissions irregularities. (907293)

    Stewart Malcolm McDonald MP (Glasgow South, Scottish National Party)

  • Q3. When he plans to announce the next tranche of railway stations to be provided with disabled access to all platforms; and if he will make a statement. (907294)

    Michael Fabricant MP (Lichfield, Conservative)

  • Q4. What steps his Department is taking to invest in the railways in the South West. (907295)

    Scott Mann MP (North Cornwall, Conservative)

  • Q5. What steps he is taking to improve transport infrastructure in the north of England. (907297)

    Conor McGinn MP (St Helens North, Labour)

  • Q6. What steps are being taken to improve compensation for rail passengers who experience delays. (907298)

    Amanda Milling MP (Cannock Chase, Conservative)

  • Q7. What his policy is on improving rail infrastructure in Sussex. (907299)

    Maria Caulfield MP (Lewes, Conservative)

  • Q8. If he will ensure that trains on the proposed High Speed 3 route stop at Bradford. (907300)

    Philip Davies MP (Shipley, Conservative)

  • Q9. What steps his Department is taking to raise awareness of the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs. (907301)

    Victoria Atkins MP (Louth and Horncastle, Conservative)

  • Q10. What estimate he has made of the level of overcrowding on the Caldervale Line between Leeds and Manchester. (907302)

    Holly Lynch MP (Halifax, Labour)

  • Q11. What recent discussions he has had with Leeds City Council on the provision of a light rail scheme for that city. (907304)

    Greg Mulholland MP (Leeds North West, Liberal Democrat)

  • Q12. What discussions he has had with officials of HM Revenue and Customs on enforcement of the national minimum wage for seafarers employed in the North Sea. (907305)

    Rt Hon Alistair Carmichael MP (Orkney and Shetland, Liberal Democrat)

  • Q13. What steps the Government is taking to ensure that air connectivity between Northern Ireland and London is improved by the proposed expansion of Heathrow Airport. (907306)

    Ian Paisley MP (North Antrim, Democratic Unionist Party)

  • Q14. What assessment he has made of the level of availability of chargepoints for electric vehicles. (907307)

    Jeremy Lefroy MP (Stafford, Conservative)

  • Q15. What assessment he has made of the potential effect of the UK leaving the EU on the protection of passenger rights in the UK. (907309)

    Roger Mullin MP (Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath, Scottish National Party)

  • Q16. What assessment he has made of trends in the level of Government investment in the road network. (907310)

    Chris Davies MP (Brecon and Radnorshire, Conservative)

  • Q17. What progress he has made on (a) implementing and (b) evaluating the effect of the Government's new procurement guidelines, entitled Procurement Policy Note 16/15: procuring steel in major projects. (907311)

    Nic Dakin MP (Scunthorpe, Labour)

  • Q18. Whether he has had discussions with the Chancellor of the Exchequer on provision for alternative fuels. (907312)

    Callum McCaig MP (Aberdeen South, Scottish National Party)

  • Q19. What recent progress his Department has made on its rail electrification programme. (907314)

    Nick Smith MP (Blaenau Gwent, Labour)

  • Topical Questions to the Secretary of State for Transport

  • Urgent Question: Chagos Islands

  • Business Statement: Leader of the House

  • Backbench Business: (i) Reductions to Employment Support Allowance and Universal Credit

  • Backbench Business: (ii) International Men's Day

  • Adjournment: Maxwellisation process

    Roger Mullin MP (Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath, Scottish National Party)

  • 11:42:31

    Maria Eagle MP (Garston and Halewood, Labour)

  • 11:43:19

    Rt Hon David Lidington MP, Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House of Commons (Aylesbury, Conservative)