Thursday, 14 February 2019
The Secretary of State was asked—
What recent steps his Department has taken to improve road safety.
What funds he has made available for the repair of local roads.
What steps he is taking to reduce potential disruption to travel in the event of the UK leaving the EU without a deal.
What recent discussions he has had with port operators on preparations for the UK leaving the EU.
What progress has been made on four-tracking of the West Anglia main line.
What steps he is taking to reduce HGV traffic on rural roads.
What recent assessment he has made of the potential effect on the haulage sector of the UK leaving the EU.
What assessment he has made of the safety needs of horse riders on the public highway.
What level of direct and indirect public funding will be required to support new regional connections with Heathrow airport.
What recent discussions he has had with Bradford Council on a Shipley eastern bypass.
What recent assessment he has made of trends in the number of journeys taken by bus in England.
I remind colleagues that questions should be short and should preferably consist of a single sentence.
Will the Leader of the House please give us the forthcoming business?
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Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—(Wendy Morton.)
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