Mr Iain Coleman: Will the right hon. Gentleman confirm that the percentage figure in terms of resident voters will fall from one in four now to less than one in 10?
Mr Iain Coleman: Who are they?
Mr Iain Coleman: The right hon. Gentleman has said that the vast majority of asylum seekers are bogus. What percentage of asylum seekers have received refugee status or indefinite leave to remain, or have appealed successfully to remain, in the past 12 months?
Mr Iain Coleman: What hard evidence has my right hon. Friend or the Home Office to prove that cash benefits act as an incentive for unfounded asylum seeking?
Mr Iain Coleman: Will my right hon. Friend give way?
Mr Iain Coleman: I welcome the opportunity to speak in today's Second Reading debate, which marks the Government's commitment to honouring the key election pledge to set up a strategic authority for the capital and establish the post of mayor of London. I shall highlight several points in the Bill that concern transport arrangements. I should like first to welcome the functions proposed for Transport for...
Mr Iain Coleman: If he will make a statement on the current arrangements to protect the public's rights to watch major sporting events on free-to-air television. 
Mr Iain Coleman: While I welcome my right hon. Friend's reply, bearing in mind the fact that in recent years the BBC has lost the right to cover, among other sports, rugby union internationals, motor racing Grand Prix and, most recently and most worryingly for some of us, test match cricket, what duties do public broadcasters have to ensure proper sports coverage on television?
Mr Iain Coleman: When he last met representatives of the major animal welfare organisations. 
Mr Iain Coleman: I thank my hon. Friend for his reply. Will the Government be supporting the Bill introduced by my hon. Friend the Member for Newport, West (Mr. Flynn) to improve the welfare of animals in quarantine? Can he confirm that the days of animals being kept away from their owners for long periods will soon come to an end? That would be particularly welcome to elderly residents in my constituency.
Mr Iain Coleman: Thank you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, for calling me to speak in this important debate. I congratulate my hon. Friends the Members for Bristol, West (Valerie Davey), for Bury, North (Mr. Chaytor), for Harrow, West (Mr. Thomas) and for Stretford and Urmston (Ms Hughes) and the hon. Members for Runnymede and Weybridge (Mr. Hammond) and for Taunton (Mrs. Ballard) on their interesting, intelligent and...