Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department

– in the House of Commons at 2:30 pm on 5th January 2015.

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The Secretary of State was asked—

  • Border Exit Checks (10 speeches)

    What progress her Department has made on implementing exit checks at borders.

  • Police and Crime Commissioners/Police Oversight (10 speeches)

    What assessment she has made of the effect of city deals and other forms of devolution on the future of police commissioners.

  • Mental Health (19 speeches, 1 annotation)

    What steps she is taking to improve the approach of the police to working with people with mental health problems.

  • Migration Target (16 speeches)

    What recent assessment she has made of the likelihood of the next migration target being met.

  • Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration (6 speeches)

    When she next plans to meet the independent chief inspector of borders and immigration.

  • Crime Levels (10 speeches)

    What assessment she has made of changes in the level of crime since May 2010.

  • Indefinite Leave to Remain (4 speeches, 1 annotation)

    What assistance her Department offers to people without five years’ residency applying for indefinite leave to remain, who have been delayed in entering the country on a spouse visa because...

  • Syrian Refugees (Vulnerable Persons Relocation Scheme) (8 speeches)

    How many Syrian refugees have been resettled in the UK under the Government’s vulnerable persons relocation scheme to date.

  • Border Security (Calais) (10 speeches)

    What recent discussions she has had with the French authorities on border security at Calais.

  • Regionalising Police Forces (8 speeches)

    What plans her Department has to regionalise police forces in England and Wales.

  • Lincolnshire Police Budget (8 speeches, 1 annotation)

    What recent discussions she has had with the chief constable of Lincolnshire on the budget of the Lincolnshire police.

  • Special Demonstration Squad (4 speeches)

    What assessment she has made of the implications for her policies of the findings of the investigation by Chief Constable Mick Creedon into the activities of the special demonstration squad.

  • Citizenship Applications (4 speeches)

    How many applicants have been granted citizenship over the last 20 years; and what estimate she has made of the number of errors or mistakes made in decisions on citizenship in that period.

  • Topical Questions (36 speeches)

    If she will make a statement on her departmental responsibilities.

  • Rail Network (Disruption) (84 speeches, 1 annotation)

    (Urgent Question): To ask the Secretary of State for Transport to make a statement on the major disruptions to Britain’s rail network over the Christmas period.

  • UK Ebola Preparedness (45 speeches)

    With permission, Mr Speaker, I would like to make a statement about the UK’s Ebola preparedness and the care being given to Pauline Cafferkey, the NHS nurse being treated for Ebola at the...