Thursday, 25 May 2023
The Secretary of State was asked—
What steps her Department plans to take to reverse nature loss.
What recent discussions she has had with supermarkets on ensuring that reductions in wholesale food costs are reflected in food prices.
What recent assessment she has made with Cabinet colleagues of the potential impact of the duty and customs regime following the UK’s exit from the EU on the fresh food and drinks sector.
What steps her Department is taking to support bathing waters.
What steps she is taking to reduce the environmental impact of waste incineration.
What progress her Department has made on its target to halt species decline by 2030.
What recent discussions she has had with the Leader of the House on the parliamentary timetable for the Animal Welfare (Kept Animals) Bill.
What recent discussions she has had with Cabinet colleagues on the cost of food.
What assessment she has made of the potential impact of food price inflation on levels of demand for emergency parcels from food banks.
If she will make a statement on her departmental responsibilities.
The Attorney General was asked—
What steps the Crown Prosecution Service is taking to support the prosecution of serious violent crime.
What steps she is taking to increase the proportion of cases relating to violence against women and girls that are prosecuted.
Whether she has had discussions with Cabinet colleagues on the compatibility of the Illegal Migration Bill with the Council of Europe convention on action against trafficking in human beings.
Whether she plans to reform the Serious Fraud Office.
What steps the Crown Prosecution Service is taking to support the prosecution of domestic abuse cases.
What steps she is taking to ensure the effective prosecution of corruption in the financial services sector.
What progress the Government has made on the implementation of the recommendations of the reviews of the Serious Fraud Office by Sir David Calvert-Smith and Brian Altman KC.
What assessment she has made of the implications for her policies of the ninth report of the House of Lords Constitution Committee, “The roles of the Lord Chancellor and the Law...
(Urgent Question): To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if she will make a statement on net migration figures.
Will the Leader of the House give us the forthcoming business?
May I begin by joining colleagues from across the House in paying tribute to the former hon. Member for Redditch? I entered the House at the same time as her. She was a much-loved and popular...
It is like a two-for-one offer. With permission, Madam Deputy Speaker, I will make a statement on the new hospital programme. As we celebrate 75 years of the NHS this summer, we must continue to...
With permission, Mr Deputy Speaker, I will provide the House with an update on the Government’s progress on animal welfare. Before I start, would you indulge me in allowing me to pay...
I beg to move, That this House believes that the Holodomor was a genocide against the Ukrainian people. The motion stands in my name and that of the hon. Member for Glasgow South (Stewart...
We now come to the motion on the Committee on Standards.
Ordered, That notices of Amendments, new Clauses and new Schedules to be moved in Committee in respect of the British Nationality (Regularisation of Past Practice) Bill may be accepted by the...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—(Ruth Edwards.)
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