Henry Bellingham: Order. You cannot really use such language.
Henry Bellingham: I thank the hon. Gentleman for his dynamic speech. The hon. Member for South East Cornwall (Mrs Murray) has indicated to me that she does not want time for a wind-up speech, so that leaves the Minister with 12 minutes. I call the Minister.
Henry Bellingham: I am grateful to you, Mr Carmichael, for being so concise in your remarks. I call Deidre Brock.
Henry Bellingham: Order. It might be of interest to Members that from now onwards a limit of six minutes per speaker would be advisable.
Henry Bellingham: I am grateful to the hon. Lady, who introduced the debate extremely well, for being concise and for giving other hon. Members a good chance. I call Brendan O’Hara.
Henry Bellingham: To ask the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, what steps the Government has taken to consult the Gibraltarian Government during negotiations for the UK to leave the EU.
Henry Bellingham: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development, whether the Government has funded Radio Dabanga in Sudan since its creation in December 2008.
Henry Bellingham: Amendments 8, 7 and 9, which have just been debated, can be moved formally by the hon. Member for Bolton South East, or she can withdraw them in the light of the last vote.
Henry Bellingham: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment 7, in the schedule, page 19, line 21, at end insert— “(7A) A party to any decision made by an authorised person in the execution of the person’s duty as an authorised person exercising functions of a tribunal, by virtue of this subsection, may apply in writing, within 14 days of the service of the order, to have the...
Henry Bellingham: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment 4, in the schedule, page 8, line 31, at end insert— “() is a qualified solicitor, barrister or chartered legal executive with more than three years’ experience post-qualification, and”. See explanatory statement to Amendment 3. Amendment 5, in the schedule, page 11, line 12, at end insert “and if they are a...
Henry Bellingham: Before we begin, I will make a few preliminary points. Please switch all electronic devices to silent. Tea and coffee are not allowed during sittings. Today we will consider the programme motion, which was agreed by the programming sub-committee yesterday. We will then consider the motion to enable the reporting of written evidence for publication. In view of the limited time available, I...
Henry Bellingham: We will begin line-by-line consideration of the Bill. The selection list, which shows how the selected amendments have been grouped for debate, is available in the room. Amendments grouped together are generally on the same issue, or similar issues. Decisions on amendments will not take place in the order in which they are debated, but in the order in which they appear on the amendment paper....
Henry Bellingham: I am pleased to hear that.
Henry Bellingham: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, what funding has been allocated by his Department to the Sudanese media outlet Radio Dabanga in each of the last five years.
Henry Bellingham: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, what steps his Department is taking to protect children from the health effects of toxic air.
Henry Bellingham: This is ridiculous! It is perfectly good. It is a very good Bill. How dare you? It is a superb Bill, and it has been objected to. My hon. Friend the Member for Christchurch (Sir Christopher Chope) has not even read the Bill—
Henry Bellingham: I have looked at the document very carefully, and I can find nothing in it about the veterans, particularly Northern Ireland veterans, who are now being arrested for historical offences that took place many years ago. Many such veterans have been arrested already and about 300 more are facing the prospect of a dawn raid. This is completely against natural justice, it is against the covenant...
Henry Bellingham: What steps she is taking to provide long-term support to the Rohingya.
Henry Bellingham: The plight of the Rohingya people is the worst regional crisis since the Bangladesh famine of 1974, which led to 1.5 million deaths. The UK’s response has been outstanding. Can the Secretary of State say something about the pressure we are putting on other countries to meet their commitments? What is her view of the supine conduct of Aung San Suu Kyi?