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David Evennett: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what representations she has received on NHS trust financial deficits in South East London.
David Evennett: Is the Prime Minister aware that recorded crime in my borough of Bexley rose by 5.4 per cent. last year? People in my constituency believe that the Government and the local Labour council have failed on crime and antisocial behaviour and that they are completely out of touch. Will he start listening, get real and get some results?
David Evennett: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what representations she has received on the Olympic Levy from residents in the London Borough of Bexley.
David Evennett: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what central Government funding has been allocated to sport in South East London during the past eight years.
David Evennett: If she will make a statement on water shortages in the south-east of England.
David Evennett: Is the Minister aware of the anger of many pensioners in my constituency about the hosepipe ban? They feel that, together with the disabled, they are the most discriminated against, as they cannot walk with watering cans to save their plants. They are therefore looking to the Minister to engage in more action and discussion with the water companies to reduce hosepipe bans in future years, and...
David Evennett: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what representations he has received on education facilities at HMP Belmarsh.
David Evennett: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what recent assessment he has made of the education (a) provision and (b) facilities at HMP Belmarsh.
David Evennett: I do not want to defend the Liberal Democrats, but last Friday I had a representation from some hard working teachers, the secretary and some members of Bexley National Union of Teachers. They were fundamentally opposed to the Bill and to all the measures about which the Minister is waxing lyrical. Why does she think that NUT members, whom her colleagues have described in previous debates as...
David Evennett: I, too, was a member of the NUT when I was a teacher in the 1970s, so I support the union, which does a lot of good work. However, the Minister has not answered my question.
David Evennett: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry when he expects to announce his decision on the proposed Belvedere waste to energy incinerator; and if he will make a statement.
David Evennett: Is the hon. Gentleman suggesting that one school should have lots of different ethoses? He seems rather confused. He wants to have diversity within the school, but surely the school would then lose its ethos.
David Evennett: I am very interested in Hackney, because the Prime Minister says that the academies have a different ethos—indeed, one specific ethos—so what the hon. Lady said does not make sense.
David Evennett: I always like to listen to the hon. Lady, because she is always educational. She said that the Bill would certainly help the most disadvantaged. How?
David Evennett: We are really looking at the most disadvantaged children, and we all passionately want to help them. Many existing powers are not being used. Why not?
David Evennett: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster if he will make a statement on the work of the Prime Minister's Delivery Unit.
David Evennett: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what Government funding is available to organisations helping people to overcome alcohol addiction; and if she will make a statement.
David Evennett: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister what the running costs of the Government office for London were in each of the past four years.
David Evennett: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister how many staff were employed in the Government office for London in (a) 2001–02 and (b) 2004–05.
David Evennett: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister what representations he has received on the 2006–07 local government settlement for the London Borough of Bexley.