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House of Commons - EXTRACT

Thursday 20 April 2017 Meeting started at 9.33am, ended 4.24pm

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Commons Chamber

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  • Oral Questions to the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

  • Q1. What recent discussions she has had with (a) the Scottish Government and (b) Cabinet colleagues on the repatriation of powers relating to agricultural production after the UK leaves the EU. (909656)

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

  • Q2. What steps she is taking to introduce an air quality national framework. (909658)

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

  • Q3. Whether it is her policy to (a) retain and (b) strengthen existing environmental standards regulations after the UK has left the EU. (909659)

    Jeff Smith MP (Manchester, Withington, Labour)

  • Q4. What progress her Department has made on its plans to ban microbeads from certain products. (909661)

    Rt Hon Theresa Villiers MP (Chipping Barnet, Conservative)

  • Q5. What recent discussions she has had with her EU counterparts on the food and drink sector. (909663)

    Sir Edward Leigh MP (Gainsborough, Conservative)

  • Q6. What progress her Department is making on opening up new markets for British farmers and food producers. (909664)

    John Howell MP (Henley, Conservative)

  • Q7. What the timetable is for the ban on microbeads in cosmetics and personal care products. (909666)

    Sir Henry Bellingham MP (North West Norfolk, Conservative)

  • Q8. What steps she is taking to ensure that the UK meets the EU target to reuse and recycle 50 per cent of household waste by 2020. (909667)

    Vicky Foxcroft MP (Lewisham, Deptford, Labour)

  • Q9. What assessment she has made of the potential effect of the UK leaving the EU on food prices. (909669)

    Mrs Emma Lewell-Buck MP (South Shields, Labour)

  • Q10. When her Department plans to begin its consultation on banning the trade in ivory. (909670)

    Pauline Latham MP (Mid Derbyshire, Conservative)

  • Q11. What recent discussions she has had with fruit and vegetable growers on the seasonal agricultural workforce. (909672)

    Helen Whately MP (Faversham and Mid Kent, Conservative)

  • Q12. What assessment she has made of the extent of the dependence of UK food processing operations on EU migrant workers. (909673)

    Rt Hon Stephen Timms MP (East Ham, Labour)

  • Topical Questions to the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

  • Oral Questions to the Chairman of the Public Accounts Commission and the right hon. Member for Meriden, representing the Church Commissioners

  • Q1. To ask the Chairman of the Public Accounts Commission, What assessment the Commission has made of the effectiveness of the NAO's scrutiny of the long-term viability of funding for cancer drugs. (909689)

    Pauline Latham MP (Mid Derbyshire, Conservative)

  • Q2. To ask the right hon. Member for Meriden, representing the Church Commissioners, What assessment the Church of England has made of the implications of the European Court of Justice ruling of March 2017 on wearing religious dress and symbols in the workplace. (909693)

    Sir David Amess MP (Southend West, Conservative)

  • Q3. To ask the Chairman of the Public Accounts Commission, What strategic plan the NAO has adopted to ensure value-for-money scrutiny of policies adopted as a result of the UK leaving the EU. (909695)

    Mrs Sheryll Murray MP (South East Cornwall, Conservative)

  • Q4. To ask the right hon. Member for Meriden, representing the Church Commissioners, What steps the Church of England takes to monitor the number of marriages recorded and the extent and quality of marriage preparation and marriage aftercare provision within each parish. (909696)

    Andrew Selous MP (South West Bedfordshire, Conservative)

  • Q5. To ask the right hon. Member for Meriden, representing the Church Commissioners, What assessment the Church of England has made of recent trends in the number of vocations. (909698)

    Rt Hon Sir Desmond Swayne MP (New Forest West, Conservative)

  • Q6. To ask the right hon. Member for Meriden, representing the Church Commissioners, What recent representations the Church of England has received on the Christian communities in Egypt, South Sudan and northern Nigeria. (909699)

    Diana Johnson MP (Kingston upon Hull North, Labour)

  • Urgent Question: Persecution and detention of LGBT citizens: Chechnya

  • Business Statement: Leader of the House

  • Select Committee Statement: Publication of the Twelfth Report of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee on Lessons Learned from the EU Referendum

  • Select Committee Statement: Publication of the Twelfth Report of the Justice Committee on Prison Reform: Governor Empowerment and Prison Performance

  • Backbench Business : Debate on a Motion relating to State Pensions payable to recipients outside of the UK

  • Backbench Business: General Debate on Research and Development on Tackling Infectious Diseases

  • Adjournment: Proposed closure of Coty manufacturing plant in Seaton Delaval

    Mr Ronnie Campbell MP (Blyth Valley, Labour)

  • 13:08:55

    Backbench Business : Debate on a Motion relating to State Pensions payable to recipients outside of the UK

  • 13:09:26

    Sir Roger Gale MP (North Thanet, Conservative)

  • 13:26:38

    Greg Mulholland MP (Leeds North West, Liberal Democrat)

  • 13:44:15

    Sir Peter Bottomley MP (Worthing West, Conservative)

  • 13:48:34

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

  • 14:09:13

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

  • 14:18:59

    Alex Cunningham MP (Stockton North, Labour)

  • 14:27:00

    Richard Harrington MP, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (Watford, Conservative)

  • 14:46:57

    Sir Roger Gale MP (North Thanet, Conservative)

  • 14:49:18