Mr Matthew Green: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?
Mr Matthew Green: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what plans he has to improve access to NHS eye tests.
Mr Matthew Green: The Minister keeps referring to the county of Worcestershire. Is she aware that about 15,000 people in my constituency used Kidderminster hospital? That number is now declining because they have to travel further afield. She talks about the services being available for Worcestershire, but will she also include the many residents in the South Shropshire and Bridgnorth districts?
Mr Matthew Green: Does the hon. Gentleman agree that there is concern that the primary care groups will not be in a position to form the primary care trusts in our region in time for the 1 April deadline? Does he agree that we need to seek guidance from the Minister tonight on whether there might be some sort of delay?
Mr Matthew Green: Would the hon. Gentleman like to remind the House which of the three party manifestos was fully costed by the Institute of Fiscal Studies?
Mr Matthew Green: As the hon. Gentleman's neighbour, may I ask him whether he is proposing to turn the A49 into a dual carriageway?
Mr Matthew Green: Thank you, Madam Deputy Speaker, for allowing me to make my maiden speech. It is an honour to represent the constituency of Ludlow and the county of my birth. It is a particular honour as I am the first Liberal Democrat Member ever to represent Ludlow and, I believe, the first Liberal to do so since 1886. I welcome the Bill. Homelessness is not just an urban problem, as several hon. Members...