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House of Commons - EXTRACT

Wednesday 4 May 2016 Meeting started at 11.34am, ended 7.31pm

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Commons

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Commons Chamber

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Main chamber

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  • Oral Questions to the Secretary of State for International Development

  • Q1. How many countries have had aid suspended for corruption or failure to implement good governance under the terms of the Cotonou Agreement in the last five years. (904848)

    Mr Douglas Carswell MP (Clacton, UK Independence Party)

  • Q2. What support her Department provides for projects which involve working with young people in the developing world. (904849)

    Paul Scully MP (Sutton and Cheam, Conservative)

  • Q3. What recent assessment she has made of the effect of tax avoidance in developing countries involving institutions based in the Crown dependencies and British Overseas Territories on the economies of those developing countries. (904850)

    Rushanara Ali MP (Bethnal Green and Bow, Labour)

  • Q4. What steps her Department is taking to improve access to energy for the poorest people in Africa. (904851)

    Sir Henry Bellingham MP (North West Norfolk, Conservative)

  • Q5. What recent assessment she has made of the effect of low levels of financial transparency in the Crown dependencies and British Overseas Territories on the economies of developing countries. (904852)

    Jo Cox MP (Batley and Spen, Labour)

  • Q6. What steps her Department is taking to tackle fraud and corruption in developing countries. (904853)

    Mr David Burrowes MP (Enfield, Southgate, Conservative)

  • Q7. What assessment she has made of the effectiveness of her Department's spending in the Palestinian Territories in achieving its aims. (904854)

    Ian Austin MP (Dudley North, Labour)

  • Q8. What steps her Department is taking to assist humanitarian relief in Yemen. (904855)

    Rt Hon David Jones MP (Clwyd West, Conservative)

  • Q9. What steps her Department is taking to tackle fraud and corruption in developing countries. (904856)

    Matt Warman MP (Boston and Skegness, Conservative)

  • Q10. What measures she has put in place to improve ministerial oversight of aid programmes. (904857)

    Dr Phillip Lee MP (Bracknell, Conservative)

  • Q11. What steps her Department is taking to ensure that the most vulnerable people in developing countries have access to adequate hygiene and sanitation. (904858)

    Kevin Hollinrake MP (Thirsk and Malton, Conservative)

  • Q12. What assessment her Department has made of the effect of ISIL on migration flows in the Middle East. (904859)

    Neil Carmichael MP (Stroud, Conservative)

  • Q13. What steps her Department is taking to improve access to energy for the poorest people in Africa. (904860)

    Seema Kennedy MP (South Ribble, Conservative)

  • Q14. What steps her Department is taking to tackle fraud and corruption in developing countries. (904861)

    Antoinette Sandbach MP (Eddisbury, Conservative)

  • Topical Questions to the Secretary of State for International Development

  • Oral Questions to the Prime Minister

  • PMQ12: What recent assessment he has made of the extent of the contribution of the EU to the maintenance of peace in Europe. (904874)

    Rt Hon Dr Julian Lewis MP (New Forest East, Conservative)

  • PMQ13: What assessment he has made of the effect on the performance of government of the introduction of five-year fixed-term parliaments; and if he will make a statement. (904875)

    Mr Graham Allen MP (Nottingham North, Labour)

  • Urgent Question: Dublin System on asylum

  • Ten Minute Rule Motion: Town and County Planning (Electricity Generating Consent)

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

  • Opposition Day Debate: NHS bursaries (unallotted half-day)

  • Backbench Business: Education funding in London

  • Adjournment: Taxi licensing regulations

    Andrew Gwynne MP (Denton and Reddish, Labour)

  • 12:35:12

    PMQ13: What assessment he has made of the effect on the performance of government of the introduction of five-year fixed-term parliaments; and if he will make a statement. (904875)

  • 12:35:16

    Rt Hon David Cameron MP, The Prime Minister (Witney, Conservative)

  • 12:35:25

    Mr Graham Allen MP (Nottingham North, Labour)

  • 12:36:12

    Rt Hon David Cameron MP, The Prime Minister (Witney, Conservative)

  • 12:36:46

    Mr John Baron MP (Basildon and Billericay, Conservative)