Diana R. Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, with reference to the Road Investment Strategy: for the 2015-16 to 2019-20 Road Period, which of the projects announced have (a) been completed, (b) been cancelled, (c) faced changes to their completion date and (d) experienced increases in their costs; which of the projects (i) will be completed by 2020, (ii) will have started before 2020 and...
Diana R. Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, what assessment he has made of the potential effect of BAE Systems job losses, announced in October 2017, on the UK's capacity to produce aircraft and aviation systems.
Diana R. Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, how many flying hours the nine Hawk aircraft of the Royal Aircraft Aerobatics Team have flown since they were introduced.
Diana R. Johnson: The trade unions from BAE Systems at Brough are visiting Parliament this week to talk to MPs about potential job losses, and 140 MPs from both sides of the House have signed a letter asking the Government to think again about the out-of-service date of the Red Arrows’ Hawks, many of which were built in the 1970s. Is it therefore not time for a statement about securing those jobs and,...
Diana R. Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, how many children started mental health treatment in each (a) clinical commissioning group area and (b) trust in each month of the last three years.
Diana R. Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what estimate NHS England has made of the baseline level of investment clinical commissioning groups need to commit to children's mental health services in order to provide an acceptable level of service.
Diana R. Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, if he will publish the local authority spending on children's mental health by area for the last two years.
Diana R. Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what estimate he has made of the level of spending on universal and targeted (non specialist) child and adolescent mental health services in each clinical commissioning group area in England in the last 12 months.
Diana R. Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, if he will publish clinical commissioning group spending on children's mental health by area for the last two years.
Diana R. Johnson: As a Yorkshire MP, it is always good to see promises of investment in places such as Shipley. Nevertheless, this summer the Secretary of State said to The Yorkshire Post: “The success of Northern transport depends on the North”. Will he explain how, with London getting 10 times as much money for transport investment as Yorkshire and the Humber gets, that is going to happen?
Diana R. Johnson: It is another week in Parliament, another set of job losses in the north and another Minister being forced to come to the House to explain what the Government are doing. What has happened to the Government’s northern powerhouse strategy?
Diana R. Johnson: Can the agreement carry on without the United States? What is the practical implication of the US position?
Diana R. Johnson: Can the Secretary of State confirm that the Bill will shave £100 from the energy bills of 17 million households, as promised by the Prime Minister?
Diana R. Johnson: Can we please have a debate on the future of the Red Arrows? For decades, the Red Arrows display team has showcased the best of British aeronautical manufacturing around the world. The Hawk trainers used by the Red Arrows and built at Brough just outside Hull had been due to go out of service in 2020. As the Prime Minister, David Cameron, said in 2014 and as the lead pilot, Squadron Leader...
Diana R. Johnson: Next week, the Government’s consultation on the contaminated blood scandal will close. As the Department of Health is an implicated party, many people are refusing to take part in the consultation. Will the Cabinet Office now take immediate control of the consultation, because otherwise the rules of natural justice will be offended?
Diana R. Johnson: I am very grateful to be called to speak in this debate. I took part in the debate last year and was very moved by the contributions. I am pleased that we have such excellent speakers again today. I wish to pay tribute to the all-party group for the wonderful work that it has done, and to say to the Government that their record of making improvements and investing in this area is to be...
Diana R. Johnson: The Minister will win no friends in east Yorkshire by saying that people who might be made redundant from BAE Systems can go and get jobs in the renewables industry at Siemens. We need both sets of jobs in both industries—both, not one—to flourish in our area. I am not convinced at all that the Minister is taking our sovereign capability seriously if these jobs go. That is...
Diana R. Johnson: Will the Prime Minister say which particular elements of full membership of the single market she thinks should not apply in any transitional arrangements?
Diana R. Johnson: The Secretary of State said in his statement that the collapse of Monarch Airlines was deeply regrettable, so I wonder whether he will support the call by the pilots’ union for a probe into what exactly happened around the collapse.
Diana R. Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what the (a) average, (b) shortest and (c) longest length of time was between a defendant being remanded in custody and the court deciding whether to convict in cases of alleged rape under the Sexual Offences Act 2003 where the defendant was remanded in custody in each year since 2009-10; and on how many occasions the defendant was remanded in...