House of Commons - EXTRACT

Thursday 12 January 2017 Meeting started at 9.33am, ended 5.32pm



Commons Chamber

Event Type:
Main chamber



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  • Oral Questions to the Secretary of State for Transport

  • Q1. What discussions he has had with Ministers of the Scottish Government on further devolution of Network Rail. (908115)

    Peter Grant MP (Glenrothes, Scottish National Party)

  • Q2. What plans he has to improve services for passengers on Southeastern Rail. (908116)

    Matthew Pennycook MP (Greenwich and Woolwich, Labour)

  • Q3. What recent discussions he has had with Ministers of the Welsh Government on cross-border transport. (908117)

    Ian C. Lucas MP (Wrexham, Labour)

  • Q4. What recent investment his Department has made in transport infrastructure in Teesside. (908118)

    Tom Blenkinsop MP (Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland, Labour)

  • Q5. What discussions he has had with Ministers of the Scottish Government on further devolution of Network Rail. (908119)

    Chris Law MP (Dundee West, Scottish National Party)

  • Q6. What recent estimate he has made of the cost to date of High Speed 2. (908120)

    Rt Hon Cheryl Gillan MP (Chesham and Amersham, Conservative)

  • Q7. What recent assessment he has made of progress on delivery of Access for All projects by Network Rail. (908122)

    Nigel Mills MP (Amber Valley, Conservative)

  • Q8. What progress is being made on ensuring that trains and stations are fully accessible to disabled people. (908123)

    Kerry McCarthy MP (Bristol East, Labour)

  • Q9. What assessment he has made of the effect of the use of the Strategic Rail Authority's Penalty Fare Rules 2002 by train operating companies on staff meeting revenue targets; and if he will make a statement. (908125)

    Will Quince MP (Colchester, Conservative)

  • Q10. What his plans are for the next rail franchise for Wales and Borders; and if he will make a statement. (908126)

    Daniel Kawczynski MP (Shrewsbury and Atcham, Conservative)

  • Q11. What plans he has for the future role of the public sector as a result of the development of rail franchising policy. (908128)

    Clive Efford MP (Eltham, Labour)

  • Q12. What progress has been made in encouraging the use of ultra-low emission vehicles. (908129)

    Craig Whittaker MP (Calder Valley, Conservative)

  • Q13. When he last discussed rail services in the Greater London area with the Mayor of London. (908130)

    Robert Neill MP (Bromley and Chislehurst, Conservative)

  • Q14. What assessment his Department has made of the adequacy of road infrastructure and capacity in the North West. (908131)

    Conor McGinn MP (St Helens North, Labour)

  • Q15. What steps he is taking to improve the condition of local roads. (908133)

    Pauline Latham MP (Mid Derbyshire, Conservative)

  • Q16. What progress his Department is making on formulating the second Roads Investment Strategy. (908135)

    Peter Aldous MP (Waveney, Conservative)

  • Q17. What steps his Department is taking to improve co-ordination on track renewal and train operations on the railways. (908136)

    Mr Stewart Jackson MP (Peterborough, Conservative)

  • Q18. What progress he is making on his plans for increased private sector involvement in rail infrastructure projects. (908137)

    Ian Mearns MP (Gateshead, Labour)

  • Q19. What discussions he has had with Cabinet colleagues on possible legislative steps to bring an end to the Southern Rail industrial action. (908139)

    Huw Merriman MP (Bexhill and Battle, Conservative)

  • Topical Questions to the Secretary of State for Transport

  • Business Statement: Leader of the House

  • Select Committee Statement: Publication of the Fifth Report of the Women and Equalities Committee, Women in the House of Commons after the 2020 election, HC 630

  • Backbench Business: (i) Yemen

  • Backbench Business: (ii) Security and political situation in the African Great Lakes region

  • Adjournment: Circle Housing and Orchard Village

    Jon Cruddas MP (Dagenham and Rainham, Labour)