Thursday, 27 February 2020
The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office was asked—
What plans he has to support small and medium-sized businesses in bidding for Government contracts.
Whether his Department has made an assessment of the extent to which the use of voter identification will tackle voter fraud.
What recent progress the Government have made on negotiating the UK’s future relationship with the EU.
What plans the Government have to improve veterans’ employment prospects.
What plans he has to relocate public bodies out of the south-east.
How many staff of the Office for Veterans’ Affairs are (a) veterans and (b) non-veterans.
What steps the Office for Veterans’ Affairs is taking to ensure that veterans can access mental health support.
Whether the Government plan to grant EU nationals living in the UK the right to vote in general elections.
What recent assessment he has made of compliance by Government special advisers with the code of conduct for special advisers.
What steps his Department is taking to ensure value for money in infrastructure investment.
What discussions he has had with the Secretary of State for International Trade on the introduction of import controls on goods from the EU from 2021.
If he will bring forward legislative proposals to lower the voting age to 16.
What steps he is taking to ensure that Government suppliers and subcontractors are paid on time.
I call Rosie Duffield. Not here.
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I beg to move, That this House has considered Welsh affairs. Let me welcome everybody to this St David’s Day debate, where we have some veterans and some first-timers. I have to apologise...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—(Maria Caulfield.)
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