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Oral Answers to Questions — Deputy Prime Minister

– in the House of Commons at 11:30 am on 24th May 2011.

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The Deputy Prime Minister was asked—

  • Disabled People (Elected Office) (5 speeches)

    What progress he has made on implementing his proposals for additional support for disabled people to achieve elected office.

  • House of Lords (25 speeches)

    What representations he has received on his plans for the future composition of the House of Lords.

  • Postal Voting (6 speeches)

    What recent assessment he has made of arrangements for the provision of postal votes on demand.

  • Voting Facilities (Service Personnel) (9 speeches)

    What discussions he has had with the Secretary of State for Defence on steps to facilitate voting in elections by service personnel serving abroad.

  • Police and Crime Commissioners (8 speeches)

    What discussions he has had with the Electoral Commission on the conduct of elections for police and crime commissioners.

  • Political and Constitutional Reform (4 speeches)

    What representations he has received on the application of the Salisbury convention to legislative proposals relating to political and constitutional reform.

  • Topical Questions (59 speeches, 1 annotation)

    If he will make a statement on his departmental responsibilities.