Monday, 20 March 2023
The Secretary of State was asked—
What assessment she has made of the potential impact of the Illegal Migration Bill on the wellbeing of people claiming asylum.
What steps she is taking to tackle backlogs in (a) asylum and (b) other immigration applications.
What steps her Department is taking to improve charge rates for perpetrators of violence against women and girls.
When her Department plans to publish its fraud strategy.
What recent assessment she has made of the compatibility of the Illegal Migration Bill with the refugee convention.
What recent progress her Department has made on reviewing the police funding formula.
What steps her Department is taking to reduce antisocial behaviour.
What recent assessment she has made of the potential impact of the Illegal Migration Bill on levels of (a) modern slavery and (b) sex trafficking.
Whether she has had recent discussions with the Scottish Government on the operation of the Dungavel House immigration removal centre.
What steps her Department is taking to close facilities used by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps in the UK.
What steps her Department is taking to tackle knife crime.
With permission, Mr Speaker, I wish to make a statement on the progress the Government are making in improving rail services for passengers. Let me begin by saying how pleased I am that, today,...
Motion for leave to bring in a Bill ( Standing Order No. 23)
[Relevant documents: The Eleventh Report of the Treasury Committee, Fuel Duty: Fiscal forecast fiction, HC 783, and the Government response.] Debate resumed (Order, 16 March). Question again...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—(Andrew Stephenson.)
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