Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what estimate his Department has made of the number of electronic vehicles on UK roads by 2028.
Gregory Campbell: To ask the Leader of the House, what the cost to the House has been of payments made to hon. Members who have not taken their seats in the House in respect of their Parliamentary duties, in each of the last 10 years.
Gregory Campbell: My hon. Friend has given one example from his constituency, but does he agree that we need to see more of what the diplomatic service does in many countries, which is work in alerting the United Kingdom Government of international security consequences and relief that can be offered in terms of Africa as well as the business of creating trade, which benefits both the recipient country and...
Gregory Campbell: The number of electric vehicles on our roads is likely to increase significantly over the next few years. What work is being done to ensure that charging points are more frequently powered by renewable sources over that period?
Gregory Campbell: In welcoming the statement, I concur with others in wishing the Secretary of State a happy birthday. Going out to consultation on the MLA salary issue and the office costs allowances is a good move. Does she agree that it would be intolerable to move on that if the House were not also to move on the issue of MPs from Sinn Féin? They deliberately boycott this House, whereas MLAs are...
Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what estimate he has made of the instances of childhood obesity being the primary cause of cancer among children aged 16 and under, in each of the last 10 years.
Gregory Campbell: The hon. Gentleman talks about people’s view that there would be changed circumstances. Given the votes in a plethora of nation states within the EU, not least in Italy at the weekend, who knows what changes will come in the very institution we are talking about? Does he agree that in future the EU might not be as people envisage it at the moment?
Gregory Campbell: There is a little-known anomaly which I and others have been trying to address, and to which the hon. Gentleman alluded inadvertently a moment ago. When the Irish Republic, or the Irish free state as it was then, left the Commonwealth in 1949, the British Government of the time allowed those who had been born in the Republic and had moved to Northern Ireland or elsewhere in the UK to retain...
Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what support his Department provides to people who have received incorrect legal advice from a solicitor who subsequently absconds from the UK jurisdiction.
Gregory Campbell: Is the Secretary of State looking forward to April next year, when each of the jurisdictions across the United Kingdom will be able to fashion and formulate legislation in keeping with the demands and the requirements of the people of the United Kingdom?
Gregory Campbell: The hon. Gentleman says that some sections of the media can be a pain in the neck. No one should take exception to that. Setting aside any pains anywhere, the problem many of us have is that on occasions some sections of the media are exceptionally unfair. They do not seek balance and they do not seek equity in terms of the various parts of any debate. That is why many of us have a problem,...
Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, whether he will make representations to his Malaysian counterparts on the kidnapping of Pastor Raymond Koh in that country.
Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, if he will take steps to ensure that the devolved administrations are able to share information on cases where (a) suicide, (b) self harm and (c) other mental health related issues.
Gregory Campbell: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, what estimate he has made of how much would be saved on an annual basis if tax relief on personal pension contributions was capped at the basic rate, based on the total amount of personal pension contributions in 2016-17.
Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for International Trade, what estimate his Department has made of the change in the volume of UK trade with non-EU countries in each year between 2013 and 2017.
Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, if he will hold discussions with the BBC on the accuracy of its tax advice to employees establishing personal service companies and the implications of such companies on an employee's tax liability.
Gregory Campbell: I live closer to the Northern Ireland border than anyone else in this Chamber. On this bogus issue of a hard border, do the Minister and all his Government colleagues, the Irish Government and the EU negotiators understand that any talk about a hard border, even in principle, is irrelevant because it would be totally and utterly impossible to police 310 crossing points? Even if that was...
Gregory Campbell: Last December’s joint report guaranteed continuing unfettered access for Northern Island businesses into the UK internal market. Does the Prime Minister agree that the EU appears now to be trying to cherry-pick that agreement by ignoring such critical issues for our economy?
Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, How many full time personnel have (a) retired or left and (b) joined the Army in each of the last three years.
Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, how many full time personnel have (a) retired or left and (b) joined the Navy in each of the last three years.