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House of Commons - EXTRACT

Thursday 3 December 2015 Meeting started at 9.34am, ended 3.27pm

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Commons Chamber

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

  • Q1. What plans his Department has to ensure universal provision of fast or superfast broadband. (902528)

    Kevin Hollinrake MP (Thirsk and Malton, Conservative)

  • Q2. What steps he is taking to improve access to culture and the arts for more disadvantaged communities. (902529)

    Paula Sherriff MP (Dewsbury, Labour)

  • Q3. What assessment his Department has made of the rate of take-up of broadband grant vouchers by small and medium-sized businesses. (902530)

    Antoinette Sandbach MP (Eddisbury, Conservative)

  • Q4. What plans his Department has to ensure universal provision of fast or superfast broadband. (902531)

    Kelly Tolhurst MP (Rochester and Strood, Conservative)

  • Q5. When he plans for a broadband universal service obligation to be in place. (902532)

    Lucy Allan MP (Telford, Conservative)

  • Q6. What recent discussions he has had with football authorities on the voluntary and community work of supporters' associations. (902533)

    Henry Smith MP (Crawley, Conservative)

  • Q7. When the Government plans to publish its new sports strategy. (902535)

    Ruth Smeeth MP (Stoke-on-Trent North, Labour)

  • Q8. When he last met representatives of the victims of phone-hacking. (902536)

    Paul Farrelly MP (Newcastle-under-Lyme, Labour)

  • Q9. What progress he has made in reforming the Horserace Betting Levy. [R] (902537)

    Mr Laurence Robertson MP (Tewkesbury, Conservative)

  • Q10. What steps the Government has taken to improve mobile phone reception and broadband service in rural areas. (902538)

    Daniel Kawczynski MP (Shrewsbury and Atcham, Conservative)

  • Q11. What plans he has to promote and strengthen the Welsh language. (902539)

    Glyn Davies MP (Montgomeryshire, Conservative)

  • Q12. What assessment he has made of the contribution of recreational spaces to local sporting and community life. (902540)

    Tom Pursglove MP (Corby, Conservative)

  • Q13. What plans his Department has to reform the allocation of funding to increase participation in sport. (902541)

    Lucy Frazer MP (South East Cambridgeshire, Conservative)

  • Q14. Whether his Department has made an assessment of the potential merits of privatisation of Channel 4. (902542)

    Peter Grant MP (Glenrothes, Scottish National Party)

  • Q15. What plans he has to bring forward G5 licences for mobile connectivity. (902543)

    Ian Blackford MP (Ross, Skye and Lochaber, Scottish National Party)

  • Q16. When he plans to implement a broadband universal service obligation. (902544)

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

  • Q17. What discussions he has had with the FA, the Premier League and the Football League on the cost to supporters of following football. (902545)

    Jo Stevens MP (Cardiff Central, Labour)

  • Q18. What plans his Department has to ensure universal provision of fast or superfast broadband. (902546)

    Jack Lopresti MP (Filton and Bradley Stoke, Conservative)

  • Q19. What steps his Department is taking to help protect heritage sites worldwide. (902547)

    Rt Hon Sir Simon Burns MP (Chelmsford, Conservative)

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

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

  • Q1. To ask the Leader of the House, If he will bring forward proposals to reform the sitting hours of the House. (902508)

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

  • Q2. To ask the Leader of the House, What progress has been made on preparations for the first divisions of the House which will follow the new Standing Orders on English Votes on English Laws. (902509)

    Andrew Bridgen MP (North West Leicestershire, Conservative)

  • Q3. To ask the Leader of the House, If he will bring forward proposals for Prime Minister's Questions to take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays in each week. (902510)

    Mr Peter Bone MP (Wellingborough, Conservative)

  • Q4. To ask the Leader of the House, For what reason it is his policy for the House to retain a November recess. (902511)

    Diana Johnson MP (Kingston upon Hull North, Labour)

  • Q5. To ask the Leader of the House, If he will ensure that debate time for back bench business is safeguarded. (902512)

    Mr Philip Hollobone MP (Kettering, Conservative)

  • Q6. To ask the Leader of the House, What assessment he has made of the potential benefits to the House of Commons of it sitting at 9:30am on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. (902513)

    Will Quince MP (Colchester, Conservative)

  • Q7. To ask the Leader of the House, What assessment he has made of whether Oral Questions to the Leader of the House is an effective use of parliamentary time. (902514)

    Antoinette Sandbach MP (Eddisbury, Conservative)

  • Q8. To ask the Leader of the House, What steps he has taken to assist the work of the joint committee on the Palace of Westminster (restoration & renewal). (902515)

    Martin Vickers MP (Cleethorpes, Conservative)

  • Q9. To ask the hon. Member for Carshalton and Wallington representing the House of Commons Commission, Whether officials of the House have discussed with HM Treasury the potential costs of restoration and renewal of the Palace of Westminster. (902516)

    John Nicolson MP (East Dunbartonshire, Scottish National Party)

  • Q10. To ask the Leader of the House, What progress the Government is making on reforming the Estimates process. (902517)

    Patrick Grady MP (Glasgow North, Scottish National Party)

  • Urgent Question: Overseas Territories Joint Ministerial Council

  • Business Statement: Leader of the House

  • Legislation: Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Bill [HL] - 2nd reading

  • Legislation: Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Bill [HL] - Programme motion

  • Legislation: Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Bill [HL] - Money resolution

  • Adjournment: Out of area mental health placements

    Rt Hon Norman Lamb MP (North Norfolk, Liberal Democrat)

  • 10:13:28

    Rt Hon John Whittingdale MP, The Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (Maldon, Conservative)

  • 10:14:01

    Scott Mann MP (North Cornwall, Conservative)