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Monday, 13 February 2006
The Secretary of State was asked—
What discussions his Department has had with police authorities in the north-east of England about the start-up and running costs of the proposed amalgamated police force.
How many of those convicted of a criminal offence in the last year for which figures are available were employed within the emergency services at the time of their offence.
What consultations he has undertaken with ethnic minority communities on the Terrorism Bill.
What estimate he has made of the incidence of mental illness in prison.
What progress is being made in tackling binge drinking.
What further steps he plans to take to restrict the ability of individuals to download pornographic images of children from the internet.
What steps he is taking to tackle illegal working by asylum seekers.
If he will make a statement on the roll-out of the neighbourhood policing model.
What steps he is taking to reduce offending; and if he will make a statement.
How many antisocial behaviour orders have been issued in Wales.
What assessment he has made of the standard of segregation units in prisons.
What progress has been made on the gateway protection programme; and if he will make a statement.
To whom basic command unit commanders will be accountable under the plans for police force restructuring.
The following Member took and subscribed the Oath: Willie Rennie, for Dunfermline and West Fife
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. If, like me, you are an avid reader of The Mail on Sunday, you will have been as shocked as me to read the revelation yesterday by a Labour party apparatchik,...
Queen's recommendation having been signified—
Motion made, and Question put forthwith, pursuant to Standing Order No. 83A(6) (Programme motions), That the following provisions shall apply to the Identity Cards Bill for the purpose of...
Lords amendments considered.
Lords amendment: No. 19, leave out clause 6.
Lords amendment: No 16, in page 4, line 44 leave out "must" and insert "may, if the individual so chooses,"
Lords amendment: No. 22. Motion made, and Question put, That this House disagrees with the Lords in the said amendment.—[Joan Ryan.] The House divided: Ayes 310, Noes 259.
Lords amendment: No. 1, page 1, line 3, at beginning insert "Subject to section (Commencement: report on costs and benefits)," The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Home Department...
Lords amendment: No. 47. Motion made, and Question put, That this House disagrees with the Lords in the said amendment.—[Joan Ryan.] The House divided: Ayes 318, Noes 257.
Motion made, and Question put forthwith, pursuant to Standing Order No. 118(6)(Standing Committees on Delegated Legislation),
That the draft Information and Consultation of Employees (Amendment) Regulations 2006, which were laid before this House on 12th January, be approved.—[Mr. Cawsey.] Question agreed to....
That the draft Occupational and Personal Pension Schemes (Consultation by Employers and Miscellaneous Amendment) Regulations 2006, which were laid before this House on 12th January, be...
Ordered, That Mr David Ruffley be discharged from the Treasury Committee and Mr David Gauke be added.—[Rosemary McKenna, on behalf of the Committee of Selection.]
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Cawsey.]
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