House of Commons - EXTRACT

Monday 16 November 2015 Meeting started at 2.34pm, ended 11.20pm



Commons Chamber

Event Type:
Main chamber



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  • Oral Questions to the Secretary of State for the Home Department

  • Q1. What steps her Department is taking to protect 16 and 17 year olds who are victims of child sexual exploitation. (902147)

    Dr Roberta Blackman-Woods MP (City of Durham, Labour)

  • Q2. What assessment she has made of the adequacy of complaint procedures in respect of rejected passport applications. (902148)

    Greg Mulholland MP (Leeds North West, Liberal Democrat)

  • Q3. What assessment she has made of the performance of the police in tackling hate crime. (902149)

    Stuart Andrew MP (Pudsey, Conservative)

  • Q4. What progress her Department has made on the resettlement of Syrian refugees. (902150)

    Jeff Smith MP (Manchester, Withington, Labour)

  • Q5. What assessment she has made of the effect of recent reductions in the police workforce on forces' capacity to police public events. (902151)

    Mr Virendra Sharma MP (Ealing, Southall, Labour)

  • Q6. What steps her Department is taking to protect 16 and 17 year olds who are victims of child sexual exploitation. (902152)

    Caroline Nokes MP (Romsey and Southampton North, Conservative)

  • Q7. What steps she plans to take to reduce the level of violent crime. (902153)

    Angela Crawley MP (Lanark and Hamilton East, Scottish National Party)

  • Q8. What steps the Government is taking to ensure that investigatory powers used by the police and the security services are defined in a legal framework. (902154)

    Christopher Pincher MP (Tamworth, Conservative)

  • Q9. What recent discussions her Department has had with police and crime commissioners on the future of frontline policing. (902155)

    Ruth Smeeth MP (Stoke-on-Trent North, Labour)

  • Q10. What steps she has taken to ensure that the powers proposed for the police in the draft Investigatory Powers Bill are transparent and subject to oversight. (902156)

    Huw Merriman MP (Bexhill and Battle, Conservative)

  • Q11. What assessment she has made of the ability of each police force to tackle cybercrime. (902157)

    Steve McCabe MP (Birmingham, Selly Oak, Labour)

  • Q12. What timetable she has set for resettlement of Syrian refugees; and whether she plans to increase the number of such refugees that the UK will accept. (902158)

    Tommy Sheppard MP (Edinburgh East, Scottish National Party)

  • Q13. What representations she has received on changing the police funding formula. (902159)

    Kelly Tolhurst MP (Rochester and Strood, Conservative)

  • Q14. What recent assessment she has made of the likelihood of the Government's net migration target being met. (902160)

    Rt Hon John Spellar MP (Warley, Labour)

  • Q15. If she will take steps to improve parliamentary oversight of the Security Service. (902161)

    Mr Douglas Carswell MP (Clacton, UK Independence Party)

  • Q16. What steps she is taking to tackle domestic violence. (902163)

    Colleen Fletcher MP (Coventry North East, Labour)

  • Q17. What representations she has received on changing the police funding formula. (902164)

    Suella Fernandes MP (Fareham, Conservative)

  • Q18. What assessment her Department has made of the potential effect of changes to support for asylum seekers on local authority services. (902165)

    Liz McInnes MP (Heywood and Middleton, Labour)

  • Q19. What steps she is taking to ensure that police forces are able to maintain existing levels of frontline policing over the next five years. (902166)

    Helen Hayes MP (Dulwich and West Norwood, Labour)

  • Q20. What steps the Government is taking to enable police forces to introduce innovative practices. (902167)

    David Rutley MP (Macclesfield, Conservative)

  • Q21. What steps the Government is taking to tackle people smugglers in the Mediterranean. (902168)

    John Howell MP (Henley, Conservative)

  • Q22. What plans she has for the future of police officers on the beat; and if she will make a statement. (902169)

    Rt Hon Fiona Mactaggart MP (Slough, Labour)

  • Q23. What steps the Government is taking to tackle people smugglers in the Mediterranean. (902170)

    Paul Scully MP (Sutton and Cheam, Conservative)

  • Q24. In what circumstances a judge could refuse to approve an interception warrant under clause 19(2) of the draft Investigatory Powers Bill. (902171)

    Owen Thompson MP (Midlothian, Scottish National Party)

  • Topical Questions to the Secretary of State for the Home Department

  • Statement: Paris Terrorist Attacks

  • Backbench Business: Membership of the UK Delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe

  • Backbench Business: Famagusta

  • Opposed private business: Transport for London Bill

  • Adjournment: Illicit arms trade in Africa

    Stephen Phillips QC MP (Sleaford and North Hykeham, Conservative)

  • 15:26:28

    Bill Wiggin MP (North Herefordshire, Conservative)