Mark Hendrick: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what protocols are in place for the Forced Marriage Unit to provide information to local constabularies about people referred to them.
Mark Hendrick: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, what applications she has received in the last five years in relation to Historic England list entries 1244757 (Building 37), 1244758 (Former Armoury), 1244759 (Former Artillery Barracks), 1244761 (Building 57, Former Cavalry Barracks), 1244762 (Former Hospital Building), 1244763 (Former Infantry Barracks), 1244764 (Former Officers...
Mark Hendrick: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, how much his Department has spent on maintaining Fulwood Barracks in the last five years.
Mark Hendrick: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what proposals his Department has considered relating to Fulwood Barracks after its closure in 2022; and what assessment has been made of potential uses for that site.
Mark Hendrick: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what valuations have been made of the Fulwood Barracks site in the last five years; and what surveys have been made of that site during that period.
Mark Hendrick: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what proposals had been agreed on or before 29 November 2016 relating to the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, Lancashire Infantry Museum, Fulwood Barracks, Preston and its contents after the closure of the barracks.
Mark Hendrick: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, when the decision was made to move the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment from Fulwood, Preston.
Mark Hendrick: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what the cost to the public purse was of providing hire cars for officials of his Department based at (a) Richmond House, London and (b) Quarry House, Leeds in 2015.
Mark Hendrick: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many incidents have been reported under Operation Bridger in each police force area in each month up to and including October 2016.
Mark Hendrick: The Secretary of State refers to business as usual, but he will know that aviation emissions are now included in the EU emissions trading scheme. Is it his view that we should remain in a trading scheme once we leave the EU?
Mark Hendrick: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many cases the Forced Marriage Unit has dealt with since its inception; and how many such cases have been passed to the Crown Prosecution Service.
Mark Hendrick: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, whether he or Ministers of his Department plans to meet NHS Improvement and the Care Quality Commission to discuss accident and emergency closures in the next four weeks.
Mark Hendrick: Although I agree with everything that my hon. Friend is saying, I think that the hon. Member for Bury St Edmunds (Jo Churchill) was perhaps referring to distance learning students, mature students and people who follow a less usual course to obtain qualifications. Certainly, when I have met the presidents of my students union over the years, they have been sympathetic to the needs of such...
Mark Hendrick: I concur with my hon. Friend on the contribution of international students and the very good experience they get. My local university, the University of Central Lancashire in Preston, has many thousands of foreign students, who very much enrich the city and bring it to life. Once they leave the UK and go back to their countries of origin, these students become some of our best ambassadors...
Mark Hendrick: Given that the Government are supposed to believe in markets, it is bizarre that, when Times Education Higher produces university rankings across the world, they should choose to intervene and say which students should go where when students clearly have a choice in a market-based system.
Mark Hendrick: Should the demonstrable link involve a recognition of the experience and qualifications of lecturers? What does my hon. Friend have in mind when it comes to proving that teaching quality exists?
Mark Hendrick: On that point, many mainland European universities now offer courses in English. Our leaving the European Union will significantly disadvantage British universities in attracting foreign students, because degrees in some European countries are now offered in English, not necessarily in French, German or the native language.
Mark Hendrick: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, with reference to the article, DVLA works with the police and HM Revenue and Customs to crack down on illegal foreign registered vehicles, published on the GOV.UK website on 30 January 2015, how many foreign-registered cars were seized and impounded by each constabulary in England in each month between 1 January 2015 and 30 September 2016.
Mark Hendrick: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, pursuant to his Answer of 4 November 2016 to Question 50657, if his Department will collect centrally information on the cost of staff sickness to the NHS due to (a) hip arthroscopy and (b) other medical treatments not being provided by clinical commissioning groups.
Mark Hendrick: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, with reference to the Written Ministerial Statement of 18 December 2014, HCWS154, what progress has been made on the grave restoration campaign to restore the graves of First World War recipients who are buried in the UK but not under the care of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission's restoration project, including the...