Mr Roger Casale: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what the percentage change in (a) overall recorded crime, (b) recorded violent crime, (c) burglaries and (d) vehicle thefts in Wimbledon has been since 1997.
Mr Roger Casale: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what the percentage change in the number of full-time police officers in Wimbledon has been since 1997.
Mr Roger Casale: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many and what percentage of women in Wimbledon with suspected breast cancer saw a specialist within two weeks of referral in each of the last five years.
Mr Roger Casale: To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will set out, with statistical evidence relating as closely as possible to Wimbledon constituency, the effects of changes to departmental policy since 1997 on Wimbledon constituency.
Mr Roger Casale: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how much public funding has been spent on computers for schools in Wimbledon in each of the last seven years.
Mr Roger Casale: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how much funding each school inWimbledon has received under the new deal for schools.
Mr Roger Casale: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how much public funding has been spent on repairing schools in Wimbledon in each year since 1997.
Mr Roger Casale: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many teaching assistants there were in schools in Wimbledon (a) in each of the last seven years and (b) on the latest date for which figures are available.
Mr Roger Casale: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many new jobs have been created in Wimbledon since 1997.
Mr Roger Casale: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry how many new businesses have started up in Wimbledon since 1997.
Mr Roger Casale: To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will make a statement on NHS waiting times for heart surgery in Wimbledon.
Mr Roger Casale: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs what visits her officials have made since 1997 to (a) Germany, (b) the Netherlands and (c) other EU member states to investigate measures taken to prevent pollution from oil leakage in areas liable to flooding.
Mr Roger Casale: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister how he intends that the standard assessment procedure rating system shall adapt to changes in the relative prices of different fuels.
Mr Roger Casale: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs what action she has taken to update the list of areas at risk from flooding to take account of forecasts by climate change experts; and what proposals on this she has received from the Environment Agency.
Mr Roger Casale: The School Transport Bill has itself been a vehicle for advancing the cause of children with special educational needs. I should like to express my appreciation to the Government and to the Minister for the significant changes that have been made in the interests of those children during the passage of the Bill in Committee and on Report. Those changes will be extremely welcome to the Special...
Mr Roger Casale: Does the hon. Gentleman accept that, although many of us would welcome guidance notes that are as strong and as solid as possible—it is good to see the development of guidance notes as a result of our debates—the problem that we face in my constituency, to which I drew attention on Second Reading and in Committee and which has been picked up by special educational consortiums across the...
Mr Roger Casale: We must bear in mind the considerable movement that the Government have already made on consultation and linking it to the Bill. I am sorry that some Liberal Democrat Members do not feel that that is much of a concession, as I believe that it is a major step forward. My constituents, led by Mary Powell of the special educational needs network in Merton, also welcome it. Indeed, I do not think...
Mr Roger Casale: Is it anything to do with the fact that we are intending to take the children to school by bus and by minicab—in the case of those with special educational needs—rather than by helicopter or by plane?
Mr Roger Casale: May I draw my right hon. Friend's attention to an article in this week's Wimbledon News, which focuses on the work of the local primary care trust in raising standards in four NHS dental services locally? Will he continue to invest in increasing capacity and raising standards, and will he reject the call of my hon. Friend the Member for Pendle (Mr. Prentice) and Conservative Members, who...
Mr Roger Casale: I am grateful for what the Minister has just said, because the monitoring process will be a key lever in rooting out the kind of problems that we have identified. We know that the problems are there and we need to be able to do something about them. The monitoring and annual reporting that the Minister has announced will go a great way towards dealing with those problems.