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House of Commons - EXTRACT

Tuesday 28 February 2017 Meeting started at 11.34am, ended 7.42pm

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Commons Chamber

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  • Oral Questions to Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

  • Q1. If his Department will increase the level of funding provided to the Department of Health. (908948)

    Kelvin Hopkins MP (Luton North, Labour)

  • Q2. What steps he is taking to support economic growth in Yorkshire. (908949)

    Jason McCartney MP (Colne Valley, Conservative)

  • Q3. If he will make an assessment of the potential merits of ring-fencing national insurance revenues for spending on health and social care. (908950)

    Dr Tania Mathias MP (Twickenham, Conservative)

  • Q4. What steps he is taking to support regional infrastructure development. (908951)

    Chris White MP (Warwick and Leamington, Conservative)

  • Q5. What recent representations he has received on the level of beer duty. (908952)

    Graham Evans MP (Weaver Vale, Conservative)

  • Q6. What fiscal plans he has to support small businesses. (908953)

    Seema Malhotra MP (Feltham and Heston, Labour (Co-op))

  • Q7. What fiscal steps he is taking to support the development of digital infrastructure. (908954)

    Matt Warman MP (Boston and Skegness, Conservative)

  • Q8. What fiscal steps he is taking to support the development of long-term infrastructure. (908955)

    Suella Fernandes MP (Fareham, Conservative)

  • Q9. What discussions his Department has had with the Department for Communities and Local Government on the potential effect on the economy of the level of social care funding. (908956)

    Simon Danczuk MP (Rochdale, Independent)

  • Q10. What progress the Government has made on assessing the potential merits of the Ayrshire Growth Deal. (908957)

    Corri Wilson MP (Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock, Scottish National Party)

  • Q11. What fiscal steps he is taking to support the British wine industry. (908958)

    Maria Caulfield MP (Lewes, Conservative)

  • Q12. If his Department will increase the level of funding provided to the Department of Health. (908959)

    Paula Sherriff MP (Dewsbury, Labour)

  • Q13. What fiscal steps he is taking to support the development of long-term infrastructure. (908960)

    Stephen Hammond MP (Wimbledon, Conservative)

  • Q14. What recent steps he has taken to support economic growth. (908961)

    Oliver Dowden MP (Hertsmere, Conservative)

  • Q15. What options he is discussing with the City of London to secure passporting for UK financial services into the EU. (908962)

    Rt Hon Stephen Timms MP (East Ham, Labour)

  • Q16. What discussions his Department has had with the Department for Communities and Local Government on the potential effect on the economy of the revaluation of business rates. (908963)

    Rachael Maskell MP (York Central, Labour (Co-op))

  • Q17. Whether his Department has made an assessment of the effect of the depreciation of the pound on levels of disposable income. (908964)

    Tommy Sheppard MP (Edinburgh East, Scottish National Party)

  • Q18. How many people his Department employs in Wales. (908966)

    Chris Bryant MP (Rhondda, Labour)

  • Q19. Whether he is taking steps to support wage growth. (908967)

    Alison Thewliss MP (Glasgow Central, Scottish National Party)

  • Q20. What discussions his Department has had with the Department for Communities and Local Government on the potential effect on the economy of the revaluation of business rates. (908968)

    Catherine West MP (Hornsey and Wood Green, Labour)

  • Q21. What fiscal steps he is taking to encourage investment in innovative UK science and technology projects. (908969)

    Adam Afriyie MP (Windsor, Conservative)

  • Q22. What fiscal steps he is taking to encourage business investment in the UK. (908970)

    David Rutley MP (Macclesfield, Conservative)

  • Q23. What fiscal steps he is taking to encourage business investment in the UK. (908971)

    Neil Carmichael MP (Stroud, Conservative)

  • Q24. What estimate he has made of the effect on the public purse of changes to alcohol duty since 2013. (908972)

    Mr David Burrowes MP (Enfield, Southgate, Conservative)

  • Topical Questions to Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

  • Urgent Question: Prison Officers Association: Withdrawal from voluntary tasks

  • Urgent Question: Personal Independent Payments

  • Ten Minute Rule Motion: Careers Guidance (Access to Schools)

    Nic Dakin MP (Scunthorpe, Labour)

  • Estimates Day (3rd allotted day): (i) Government's productivity plan

  • Estimates Day (3rd allotted day): (ii) Intergenerational fairness

  • Adjournment: Rationing surgery

    Rachael Maskell MP (York Central, Labour (Co-op))

  • 16:11:40

    Chi Onwurah MP (Newcastle upon Tyne Central, Labour)