Monday, 16 April 2018
The Secretary of State was asked—
What steps the Government are taking to eliminate modern slavery.
What recent assessment she has made of the effectiveness of police forces in policing gangs.
If she will increase the minimum 45-day recovery and reflection period for potential victims of human trafficking.
What progress has been made on bringing forward legislative proposals to license cannabis oil for prescription for epilepsy.
What steps she is taking to tackle organised crime through the National Crime Agency.
What estimate she has made of the number of people born outside the EU who have leave to remain in the UK but do not have biometric residence permits.
What steps she is taking to safeguard vulnerable people from online radicalisation.
What progress the Government have made in placing vulnerable Syrian families in the UK.
What steps she is taking to recruit a broad range of people to the police and law enforcement agencies with the skills required to tackle modern crime.
Whether she is taking steps to reduce the demand for prostitution in the UK.
If she will make a statement on her departmental responsibilities.
(Urgent Question): To ask the Home Secretary if she will make an urgent statement on the status of Windrush children in this country.
Before I come to the substance of my statement, I am sure the whole House will wish to join me in offering our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Sergeant Matt Tonroe from the 3rd...
With permission, I wish to make a short statement about this week’s business. Monday 16 April—The House awaits your decision on the application for an emergency debate under...
Application for emergency debate ( Standing Order No. 24)
I rise to propose that the House should debate a specific and important matter that should have urgent consideration—namely, the current situation in Syria and the UK Government’s...
Emergency debate ( Standing Order No. 24)
Bill to be read a Second time tomorrow.
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—(Chris Heaton-Harris.)
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