Thursday, 2 May 2019
Ordered, That Mr Speaker do issue his Warrant to the Clerk of the Crown to make out a new Writ for the electing of a Member to serve in this present Parliament for the Borough constituency of...
The Secretary of State was asked—
What assessment he has made of the potential effect on (a) capacity and (b) ticket prices on the rail network at peak times in the event of the introduction of seating-only policies.
Where the trains for the new franchise for midland main line will be made; and what the timetable is for the delivery of those trains.
What plans he has to minimise delays at UK ports after the UK leaves the EU.
What assessment he has made of the future viability of the rail franchising system.
What recent discussions he has had with Bradford Council on a Shipley eastern bypass.
What the net revenue income has been from the Dartford crossing since construction debt relating to that crossing was repaid.
What recent assessment he has made of trends in the number of journeys taken by bus.
What discussions he has had with Cabinet colleagues on improving rail punctuality.
What steps he has taken to encourage (a) cycling and (b) walking.
If he will make a statement on his departmental responsibilities.
(Urgent Question): To ask the Prime Minister to make a statement on the findings of the inquiry into the National Security Council leak.
Urgent Question): To ask the Secretary of State for Transport if he will make a statement on the no-deal Brexit preparations for cross-channel ferry and freight services.
Will the Leader of the House please give us the forthcoming business?
I beg to move, That this House has considered World Immunisation Week. It is an enormous privilege and pleasure to stand here for the first time as Secretary of State, but it is a deeper pleasure...
Ordered, That, at the sitting on Wednesday 8 May, paragraph (2) of Standing Order No. 31 (Questions on amendments) shall apply to the Motion in the name of the Leader of the Opposition as if...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—(Amanda Milling.)
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