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House of Commons - EXTRACT

Thursday 2 February 2017 Meeting started at 9.33am, ended 5.25pm

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Commons Chamber

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  • Oral Questions to the Attorney General

  • Q1. What steps the Crown Prosecution Service is taking to support victims and witnesses giving evidence in court. (908564)

    Tim Loughton MP (East Worthing and Shoreham, Conservative)

  • Q2. When he plans to extend the scope of the unduly lenient scheme. (908565)

    Philip Davies MP (Shipley, Conservative)

  • Q3. What assessment he has made of potential trends in the level of prosecutions for hate crime towards non-UK EU citizens once Article 50 is triggered. (908567)

    Gerald Jones MP (Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney, Labour)

  • Q4. What steps the Crown Prosecution Service is taking to support victims and witnesses giving evidence in court. (908569)

    Nigel Huddleston MP (Mid Worcestershire, Conservative)

  • Q5. What the cost to the public purse was of fees related to legal proceedings on the triggering of Article 50. (908570)

    Justin Madders MP (Ellesmere Port and Neston, Labour)

  • Q6. How the Government collects evidence for use in its investigations into alleged war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide in Syria and Iraq. (908574)

    Fiona Bruce MP (Congleton, Conservative)

  • Oral Questions to the Minister for Women and Equalities

  • Q1. If the Government will introduce statutory sex and relationships education to tackle homophobic bullying and sexual harassment in schools. (908513)

    Helen Hayes MP (Dulwich and West Norwood, Labour)

  • Q2. What steps the Government is taking to tackle the gender pay gap for women in their 30s and 40s. (908515)

    Rt Hon Joan Ryan MP (Enfield North, Labour)

  • Q3. What steps she has taken in response to trends in the level of racially motivated incidents since the EU referendum. (908516)

    Gerald Jones MP (Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney, Labour)

  • Q4. If the Government will support Girlguiding UK's campaign to reduce violence against women and girls. (908517)

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

  • Q5. What discussions she has had with the Home Secretary on the Government's plans to continue direct grant funding to support independent domestic violence advisers after March 2017. (908518)

    Mr Jim Cunningham MP (Coventry South, Labour)

  • Q6. What progress the Government is making on reviewing the Gender Recognition Act 2004 and the process relating to gender recognition certificates. (908519)

    Kevin Foster MP (Torbay, Conservative)

  • Q7. What assessment she has made of the potential role of personal, social and health education in promoting equality. (908520)

    Neil Carmichael MP (Stroud, Conservative)

  • Q8. What steps the Government is taking to tackle the gender pay gap for women in their 30s and 40s. (908521)

    Julie Elliott MP (Sunderland Central, Labour)

  • Q9. What assessment the Government has made of the potential effect on equality for social security claimants of its proposals on the future of the Department for Work and Pensions' estate. (908522)

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

  • Q10. What discussions she plans to have with the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs on the policies on women's rights of the US Administration. (908523)

    Stephen Doughty MP (Cardiff South and Penarth, Labour (Co-op))

  • Q11. What discussions she has had with the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions on the effect of recent changes to state pensions on the income of working-class women in retirement. (908525)

    Chi Onwurah MP (Newcastle upon Tyne Central, Labour)

  • Q12. What steps the Government is taking to reduce homophobia in sport. (908527)

    Stuart Andrew MP (Pudsey, Conservative)

  • Topical Questions to the Minister for Women and Equalities

  • Oral Questions to the Leader of the House

  • Q1. If he will bring forward a motion to disapply Standing Orders No. 83J to 83X from proceedings on the Government's planned Great Repeal Bill. (908556)

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

  • Q2. If he will bring forward a motion to disapply Standing Orders No. 83J to 83X from proceedings on the Government's planned Great Repeal Bill. (908557)

    Richard Arkless MP (Dumfries and Galloway, Scottish National Party)

  • Q3. If he will bring forward a motion to disapply Standing Orders No. 83J to 83X from proceedings on the Government's planned Great Repeal Bill. (908558)

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

  • Q4. If he will bring forward a motion to disapply Standing Orders No. 83J to 83X from proceedings on the Government's planned Great Repeal Bill. (908559)

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

  • Q5. If he will bring forward a motion to disapply Standing Orders No. 83J to 83X from proceedings on the Government's planned Great Repeal Bill. (908560)

    Kirsten Oswald MP (East Renfrewshire, Scottish National Party)

  • Q6. What plans he has for the House to debate and vote on the timetable and budget for the restoration and renewal of the Palace of Westminster; and if he will make a statement. (908561)

    Mr Philip Hollobone MP (Kettering, Conservative)

  • Q7. If he will bring forward proposals to change the name of the Women and Equalities Committee to the Equalities Committee. (908563)

    Philip Davies MP (Shipley, Conservative)

  • Statement: Airport capacity and airspace policy

  • Business Statement: Leader of the House

  • Statement: Exiting the EU: New partnership

  • Select Committee Statement: Seventh Report of the Public Administration and Constitution Committee, 'Will the NHS ever learn?': Follow up to PHSO report 'Learning from Mistakes' on the NHS in England, HC 743

    Mr Bernard Jenkin MP (Harwich and North Essex, Conservative)

  • Backbench Business: General debate on the Armed Forces Covenant Report 2016

    Mrs Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP (Berwick-upon-Tweed, Conservative)

  • Adjournment: Raising awareness of colostomy irrigation

    Glyn Davies MP (Montgomeryshire, Conservative)

  • 13:11:20

    Rt Hon David Davis MP, The Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Haltemprice and Howden, Conservative)