Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport

– in the House of Commons at 9:30 am on 14th February 2013.

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The Secretary of State for Culture Olympics, Media and Sport was asked—

  • Olympic/Paralympic Games: Legacy (11 speeches)

    What steps her Department is taking to secure a legacy from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games.

  • Women’s Sport (10 speeches)

    What support her Department is giving to women’s sport.

  • Broadband (12 speeches)

    What steps her Department is taking to improve broadband availability across the UK.

  • Library Closures (11 speeches)

    What assessment she has made of the number of library closures in England in 2013.

  • Sport (10 speeches)

    What steps she is taking with her ministerial colleagues in other Government Departments to advance the role of sport.

  • Non-league Football (6 speeches)

    What steps her Department is taking to encourage the development of non-league football clubs.

  • Departmental Administrative Expenditure (4 speeches)

    What her Department’s administrative expenditure was in 2010; and how much that expenditure will be in 2015.

  • Minimum Wage (4 speeches)

    whether her Department and arm’s-length bodies pay at least the minimum wage to all staff, including interns; and what steps she is taking to encourage the payment of at least the minimum...

  • Mobile Telephone Coverage (6 speeches)

    what steps her Department is taking to improve mobile telephone coverage across the UK.

  • Silent Calls (4 speeches)

    what steps she is taking to tackle silent calls; and if she will make a statement.

  • City of Culture (6 speeches)

    when she expects a decision to be made on which city will be named 2017 UK city of culture.

  • Arm’s Length Bodies: Appointments (4 speeches)

    What recent assessment she has made of the process by which public appointments to her Department’s arm’s length bodies are made.

  • Topical Questions (36 speeches)

    If she will make a statement on her departmental responsibilities.