House of Commons - EXTRACT

Monday 18 January 2016 Meeting started at 2.34pm, ended 10.32pm



Commons Chamber

Event Type:
Main chamber



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  • Oral Questions to the Secretary of State for Defence

  • Q1. What support his Department is offering to soldiers and veterans who are subject to legal claims relating to incidents that took place during the Iraq War. (903049)

    Ian Austin MP (Dudley North, Labour)

  • Q2. What assessment he has made of the potential effect of UK withdrawal from the EU on defence and national security. (903050)

    Daniel Zeichner MP (Cambridge, Labour)

  • Q3. What plans he has to increase military assistance to Ukraine. (903051)

    Robert Neill MP (Bromley and Chislehurst, Conservative)

  • Q4. What assessment he has made of progress in the international campaign against Daesh. (903052)

    Stephen Hammond MP (Wimbledon, Conservative)

  • Q5. What assessment he has made of the effect on UK security and the economy of building four Successor ballistic missile submarines for the nuclear deterrent; and if he will make a statement. (903053)

    Michael Fabricant MP (Lichfield, Conservative)

  • Q6. What support the armed forces provided for the response to recent flooding (a) in Lancashire and (b) elsewhere. (903054)

    Jake Berry MP (Rossendale and Darwen, Conservative)

  • Q7. What steps he is taking to develop defence soft power and influence. (903056)

    Sir Edward Leigh MP (Gainsborough, Conservative)

  • Q8. What steps he is taking to develop defence soft power and influence. (903057)

    David Warburton MP (Somerton and Frome, Conservative)

  • Q9. What progress his Department has made towards meeting its targets for recruiting additional reservists. (903058)

    Rt Hon Joan Ryan MP (Enfield North, Labour)

  • Q10. What recent representations he has received against replacing the independent nuclear deterrent. (903059)

    Rt Hon David Jones MP (Clwyd West, Conservative)

  • Q11. What plans he has to increase training support to the Nigerian armed forces to help tackle Boko Haram. (903060)

    Richard Fuller MP (Bedford, Conservative)

  • Q12. What assessment he has made of progress towards defeating ISIL. (903061)

    Tulip Siddiq MP (Hampstead and Kilburn, Labour)

  • Q13. If he will make an assessment of the potential merits of using empty Ministry of Defence properties to house homeless veterans. (903062)

    Will Quince MP (Colchester, Conservative)

  • Q14. What discussions he has had with his US counterpart on the cost, operational capacity and reliability of the F-35 programme. (903063)

    Andrew Rosindell MP (Romford, Conservative)

  • Q15. What discussions he is having with his Russian counterpart on improving collaboration on defence affairs. (903064)

    Daniel Kawczynski MP (Shrewsbury and Atcham, Conservative)

  • Q16. What his priorities are for the acquisition of defence equipment over the next two years. (903065)

    Sir Gerald Howarth MP (Aldershot, Conservative)

  • Q17. What assessment he has made of the effect of changes to service members' pay and allowances on morale in the armed forces. (903066)

    Mr Jim Cunningham MP (Coventry South, Labour)

  • Q18. How many Brimstone missiles have been used by the RAF in Syria since 2 December 2015. (903067)

    Carol Monaghan MP (Glasgow North West, Scottish National Party)

  • Q19. What recent discussions he has had with his ministerial colleagues on maintaining the independent nuclear deterrent. (903068)

    Byron Davies MP (Gower, Conservative)

  • Q20. Whether the Government has been in contact with representatives of the 70,000 moderate fighters on the ground in Syria. (903069)

    Dr Lisa Cameron MP (East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow, Scottish National Party)

  • Q21. What steps he is taking to encourage recruitment of cadets. (903070)

    Mark Garnier MP (Wyre Forest, Conservative)

  • Q22. How much accrued to the public purse from sales of arms to Saudi Arabia in 2015. (903071)

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

  • Q23. What plans he has to strengthen the Armed Forces Covenant. (903072)

    Mr Richard Bacon MP (South Norfolk, Conservative)

  • Q24. What progress his Department has made towards meeting its targets for recruiting additional reservists. (903073)

    Mary Glindon MP (North Tyneside, Labour)

  • Topical Questions to the Secretary of State for Defence

  • Statement: Steel Sector

  • Legislation: Energy Bill [HL] - 2nd reading

  • Legislation: Energy Bill [HL] - Programme motion

  • Legislation: Energy Bill [HL] - Money resolution

  • Legislation: Energy Bill [HL] - Ways and Means resolution

  • Adjournment: Contract between Cambridgeshire CCG and Uniting of Care Partnership

    Daniel Zeichner MP (Cambridge, Labour)

  • 18:16:01

    Graham Stuart MP (Beverley and Holderness, Conservative)