Monday, 21 April 2008
I regret to have to report to the House the death of Mrs. Gwyneth Dunwoody, Member for Crewe and Nantwich. I am sure that hon. Members in all parts of the House will join me in mourning the loss...
The Secretary of State was asked—
What recent representations she has received on part 6 of the Counter-Terrorism Bill.
What the average time taken to determine applications for the right to remain in the UK was in the last 12 months; and if she will make a statement.
What mechanisms her Department has in place to ensure that its formulation of policy is evidence-based.
What recent representations she has received on the time taken to complete immigration checks at London airports.
What recent estimate she has made of the cost of identity fraud.
What recent estimate she has made of the number of illegal immigrants in the UK.
What recent representations she has received on levels of fear of crime among young people and pensioners.
If she will make a statement on the contribution to policing made by PCSOs.
If she will make a statement on her departmental responsibilities.
With your permission, Mr. Speaker, I would like to make a statement about this morning's announcement by the Bank of England to improve conditions in the financial markets. This scheme has been...
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. Following the recent Freedom of Information Act report released to The Times last week by the Ministry of Defence on the humiliating abduction of Royal Navy and...
[Relevant Document: The Ninth Report from the Treasury Committee, on the 2008 Budget, HC 430.] Order for Second Reading read.
That the draft Land Registration (Network Access) Rules 2008, which were laid before this House on 5th March, be approved.— [Liz Blackman.] Question agreed to.
I beg leave to present a petition on behalf of 2,712 constituents, representing concerned professionals in the nursery sector, parents and members of the public from Enfield, Southgate. The basis...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.— [Liz Blackman.]
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