Andrew Turner: On a point of order, Mr Speaker. There are long-standing problems with academy sponsor AET—the Academies Enterprise Trust. Yesterday, it unceremoniously sacked the board of governors of Sandown Bay Academy on the Isle of Wight. There is a great deal of concern about local accountability being dispensed with immediately before this House is dissolved. What steps can be taken before 8 June...
Andrew Turner: What steps she is taking to tackle religious radicalisation in prisons.
Andrew Turner: What is the Minister doing to ensure that prisoners with extremist beliefs do not oppress other prisoners for their faith?
Andrew Turner: If he will make a statement on his departmental responsibilities.
Andrew Turner: Isle of Wight Council welcomes the award of £9.5 million specifically for transport improvements. Another priority for the council is to develop a back-office hub to improve services and cut costs. What more can the Government do to assist with that aim?
Andrew Turner: Although the south-east is the financial powerhouse of the UK, it does none the less have some less prosperous areas such as the Isle of Wight. What steps is my right hon. Friend taking to ensure that the benefits of economic growth reach all corners and all islands of the United Kingdom?
Andrew Turner: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, what assessment he has made of the compliance of the Post Office with the Code of Practice on Public Consultation and Communication in relation to the relocation of Cowes Post Office.
Andrew Turner: My constituent, prison officer Nick Medlin, died in the early hours of Christmas morning after a vicious attack, and PC Keith Palmer lost his life while doing his job here in Parliament last week. The trial of the man charged with the manslaughter of Nick Medlin starts on 26 June. May we have a debate on introducing a specific offence to deal with those who attack the people who protect us?
Andrew Turner: The sitting will conclude no later than 6.7 pm.
Andrew Turner: Order. I understand that there may be more than one consecutive Division in the House. Please could all Members return here as soon as possible after the final Division so that we can conclude the sitting? If there is only one Division, Members should return immediately after that. Sitting suspended for Divisions in the House. On resuming—
Andrew Turner: The first two Front-Bench speakers may now have an extra minute each. I call Kirsty Blackman.
Andrew Turner: Order. Three Back Benchers have caught my eye. I will call the Scottish National party Front Bencher at 5.10 pm, the official Opposition at 5.15 pm and the Minister at 5.20 pm.
Andrew Turner: Does my right hon. Friend agree that England, Wales and Scotland have limits on expenditure for political purposes but there are little or none for Northern Ireland? Could these limits be extended to Northern Ireland?
Andrew Turner: This Government are working with local enterprise partnerships, councils and other partners to grow the economy, but despite being in the prosperous south-east, the Isle of Wight is 339th out of 379 in the UK competitiveness index. Will my right hon. Friend ensure that more growth funding is targeted at rural areas such as the island, with its many small and microbusinesses, to deliver a...
Andrew Turner: Colleagues in both Houses have signed an offshore blade made by MHI Vestas on the Isle of Wight, which is also arranging a schools outreach programme. Does my hon. Friend agree that this sort of initiative raises awareness of how low-carbon renewable energy technology can ensure that the UK reaches its potential of exporting its first-class engineering and advanced manufacturing worldwide?
Andrew Turner: What her plans are for unused land on the prison estate on the Isle of Wight.
Andrew Turner: That is most impressive. Will the Secretary of State meet me and Councillor Richard Hollis to discuss the possibility of a car park near Albany prison?
Andrew Turner: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, how many people from each other EU country are resident in the UK; and how many of those people have the right to remain from each of those countries.
Andrew Turner: Will the Minister join me in celebrating the success of Wight Marque on the Isle of Wight? There are now more than 450 food and drink products on the Isle of Wight, and Wight Marque is being used to promote the island as a speciality food destination.
Andrew Turner: How is job creation in Scotland affecting the Scottish economy?