Thursday, 11 November 2010
I remind the House that two minutes' silence will be observed in the Chamber at 11 o'clock this morning.
The Secretary of State was asked-
What assessment he has made of the potential effects of the outcomes of the comprehensive spending review on the ability of the Government to meet its carbon budgets; and if he will make a statement.
What discussions he has had on climate change financing in the UN Secretary-General's high-level advisory group on climate change financing.
Whether he has assessed the effect of the outcomes of the comprehensive spending review on households in fuel poverty.
How many households he expects to have participated in his Department's energy efficiency programmes by 2015.
Whether he plans to amend the safety regime for offshore oil drilling following the publication of the analysis of the causes of the oil spill in the gulf of Mexico.
When he expects to announce his plans for a consultation on electricity market reform.
If he will take steps to ensure that the renewable heat incentive does not make UK energy-intensive industries internationally uncompetitive.
What assessment he has made of the effects on local employment levels of his decision not to pursue tidal technologies in the Severn estuary.
What proportion of his Department's funding for low-carbon technologies is likely to be allocated to port infrastructure for offshore wind industries in the next four years.
What discussions he has had with the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills on the lending practices to be adopted by the proposed green investment bank.
What plans he has for the future of feed-in tariffs for small-scale renewables; and if he will make a statement.
What plans he has to introduce a floor price for carbon.
What steps he is taking to facilitate the construction of new nuclear power stations without public subsidy.
If he will make a statement on his departmental responsibilities.
May I ask the Leader of the House to give us the forthcoming business?
With permission, Mr Speaker, I should like to make a statement on welfare reform. Let me say in advance of that that I have tried to give the shadow Secretary of State, the right hon. Member for...
With permission, Mr Deputy Speaker, I would like to make a statement on yesterday's public disorder at the National Union of Students rally. The House will be aware that yesterday, following a...
On a point of order, Mr Deputy Speaker. Can you advise the House of the rules on parliamentary privilege? Certain Conservative Members have used the opportunity of the statement to slander NUS...
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I beg to move, That this House has considered the matter of policy for growth. It gives me great pleasure to move the motion and I know that I speak for many others in this House when I say that...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn. -(Mr Dunne.)
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