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Thursday, 18 January 2018
The Secretary of State was asked—
What steps are being taken to increase the number of stations that are accessible to disabled people.
Whether he has plans to review the compensation arrangements available to rail passengers.
What recent assessment he has made of the role of private sector investment in the rail industry.
What recent assessment he has made of the adequacy of funding for transport in the south-west.
What progress has been made on improving road links to (a) Medway, (b) Kent and (c) the south-east.
What recent assessment he has made of trends in the level of passenger rail usage.
What steps the Government are taking to support investment in transport infrastructure in the north.
What steps his Department is taking to meet the target of at least 10% of transport fuels being from renewable sources by 2020.
What steps he is taking to ensure the provision of adequate compensation for passengers on Southern Rail as a result of poor service in the past 12 months.
What estimate he has made of the number of journeys taken by bus in England in each of the last three years.
What recent discussions he has had with representatives of the Civil Aviation Authority on health requirements for UK-based pilots.
If he will make a statement on his departmental responsibilities.
Will the Leader of the House please update the House on the forthcoming business?
Select Committee statement
[Relevant documents: Oral evidence taken before the Treasury Committee on 31 October 2017, on The work of the Financial Conduct Authority, HC 475; Written evidence received by the Treasury...
Before I call the mover of the motion, I will say the same as I said at the start of the last debate. There is limited time available, and the allocated time for the mover of the motion is...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—(Craig Whittaker.)
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