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Written Answers — Home Department: Crime: Statistics (13 Dec 2010)

Guy Opperman: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what mechanisms are in place to ensure the accuracy of crime statistics.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Courts Service Estate (14 Dec 2010)

Guy Opperman: I disclose my former profession as a barrister. Tynedale in Northumberland has almost 1,000 square miles without a court. The consultation used poor-quality figures and they were badly applied. If they are wrong, does the Minister accept that the claim is capable of judicial review?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Vocational Education (20 Dec 2010)

Guy Opperman: What recent representations he has received on the objectives of vocational education; and if he will make a statement.

Health (21 Dec 2010)

Guy Opperman: Does the hon. Lady agree that the health service in Newcastle now covers not just her constituents in Newcastle but mine in Hexham, both because they are run by the same trusts and because the services are now so interdependent?

General Matters (21 Dec 2010)

Guy Opperman: A business man from near Hexham has all his employees on winter tyres. He put the issue very simply to me; he said, "You wouldn't go out wearing flip-flops in winter. You would put on suitable footwear. Why do we not do the same with a car?"

Written Answers — Education: Schools: Standards (10 Jan 2011)

Guy Opperman: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what recent research he has evaluated on the transfer of responsibility for teaching standards from government to schools.

Written Answers — Education: Vocational Education (10 Jan 2011)

Guy Opperman: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what his policy is on the inclusion of (a) independence, (b) economic well-being and (c) emotional intelligence skills training in vocational qualifications.

Written Answers — Education: Vocational Education: Hexham (18 Jan 2011)

Guy Opperman: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what future provision he plans to make in respect of assistance with travel to vocational education in Hexham.

[Mr James Gray in the Chair] — Fuel Poverty (19 Jan 2011)

Guy Opperman: I would: the simple truth is that customers, wherever they are and whatever problems they face, need to shop around. If they do not, they will face the problem that the hon. Gentleman describes, which I and others in Hexham have come across. They will be deprived of the ability to buy fuel on an ongoing basis.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Public Bodies (19 Jan 2011)

Guy Opperman: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office what objectives he set for his Department's review of public bodies.

Written Answers — Education: Vocational Education: Hexham (19 Jan 2011)

Guy Opperman: To ask the Secretary of State for Education whether he has received recent representations on the inclusion of a vocational component in the curriculum for 14 year olds in school in West Northumberland.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Counter-terrorism Review (26 Jan 2011)

Guy Opperman: I remind the House that I had a former profession as a barrister for the Attorney-General. The Home Secretary has said that the curfew element of the control order will be replaced by-

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Low-emission Vehicles (27 Jan 2011)

Guy Opperman: What steps he is taking to encourage the take-up of low-emission vehicles.

Business of the House (27 Jan 2011)

Guy Opperman: The renewable heat incentive scheme has been delayed again. When will we have a decision on this and, more specifically, may we have a statement on the point?

Written Answers — Education: Vocational Education: Hexham (31 Jan 2011)

Guy Opperman: To ask the Secretary of State for Education with reference to the Wolf Review of vocational education, what definition of vocational education he uses in respect of Hexham.

[Jim Dobbin in the Chair] — School Governance ( 1 Feb 2011)

Guy Opperman: In respect of exclusions, does my hon. Friend welcome the fact that we will be doing less work on a long-term basis on exclusion procedures because they will be simplified as we move forward?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements ( 2 Feb 2011)

Guy Opperman: During my recent visit to Ponteland high school, pupils told me that apprenticeships were their No. 1 priority. With strong ongoing local schemes already operating in the area at Egger and SCA, will the Prime Minister back the skills for work campaign to encourage more youngsters in the north-east to take up the apprenticeships that are there?

Opposition Day — [10th Allotted Day]: Public Forest Estate (England) ( 2 Feb 2011)

Guy Opperman: I have yet to be satisfied that a good economic case has been made, and with so much at stake I await genuine satisfaction that it will be made. I will fight the specific clauses that are linked to this issue in the Public Bodies Bill.

Opposition Day: [Un-allotted Half Day] — Fuel Costs ( 7 Feb 2011)

Guy Opperman: Does my hon. and learned Friend think that it was right for the leader of the Labour party to indicate that he would not have implemented the previous two fuel rises in the current circumstances?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Sex Offenders Register (16 Feb 2011)

Guy Opperman: I welcome the Home Secretary's commitment to close the loophole that allows sex offenders to go abroad for up to three days without notifying the police. The previous Government had since 1997 to close that loophole, but did not take such action.

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