Dari Taylor: Thank you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, for allowing me to speak tonight. I must also extend my thanks to the hon. Member for Vale of York (Miss McIntosh) for allowing me to speak in her debate, for which I am grateful. As this is my maiden speech, I will certainly pepper it with some eulogies about my constituency, but it is not merely the visual outlook of the people of Stockton, South that is...
Dari Taylor: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what plans he has to reform the national lottery. 
Dari Taylor: I hope that I will hear this afternoon that local applications are given equivalent consideration to applications made by quangos, if not more consideration. My question relates to my constituency, in which the Butterwick trust, a charity, wishes to open a hospice for dying children—anyone who goes through that period knows how traumatic it is. However, the trust has been turned down...
Dari Taylor: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what action his Department is taking in relation to anti-personnel land mines. 
Dari Taylor: I warmly welcome my right hon. Friend to his post, and I am delighted with his answer. The moratorium on land mines is long overdue. Will the moratorium extend to the JP-233 airfield denial weapon?
Dari Taylor: I hope that I am in order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. I should be grateful if the hon. Member for Southend, West (Mr. Amess) would identify the 18 occasions on which we changed our views on Europe. Can he be specific?
Dari Taylor: If that is a problem, Mr. Deputy Speaker, perhaps the hon. Gentleman could write to me with those details.