Stephen Hammond: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what the Government's plans are for implementing Crossrail 2.
Stephen Hammond: What steps the Government plan to take to help the financial services industry prepare for the UK leaving the EU.
Stephen Hammond: I am grateful for the confirmation that the Government intend to include financial services in the free trade agreement. Will the Minister confirm that we will negotiate to ensure maximum access for licensed firms on the basis of mutual recognition and an equivalence regime?
Stephen Hammond: If he will make a statement on his departmental responsibilities.
Stephen Hammond: Will my right hon. Friend confirm that as part of that plan the Government are committed to the putting the rights of EU citizens into British law via the great repeal Bill, and that nothing will affect those rights unless it has the consent of this House?
Stephen Hammond: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, with reference to paragraph 3.19 of the Autumn Statement 2016, how much of the £450 million had been (a) released to Network Rail and (b) spent; and on what has that funding so far released been spent.
Stephen Hammond: What discussions he has had with the housing association sector on rent-setting policy post-2020 since the publication of “Fixing our broken housing market” on 7 February 2017.
Stephen Hammond: I thank my right hon. Friend for his answer. Indeed, the housing White Paper has been welcomed by housing associations. Does he agree that the future rent policy should not only guarantee affordability, but offer long-term certainty for housing associations, so that they do deliver the homes that we need?
Stephen Hammond: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, when Network Rail's business plan for the digital railway is planned to be published.
Stephen Hammond: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many residential property transactions valued at (a) £125,000.01 to £250,000, (b) £250,000.01 to £925,000.01, (c) £925,000 to £1.5 million and (d) over £1.5 million there have been in Wimbledon constituency since 2012; and what the total stamp duty land tax revenue generated by those transactions was in (i) 2012,...
Stephen Hammond: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, how many people are registered as self-employed in (a) Wimbledon constituency, (b) London and (c) the UK.
Stephen Hammond: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, whether (a) restaurants and (b) wine bars will be eligible for the £1,000 business rate discount for public houses announced in paragraph 4.5 of the Spring Budget 2017.
Stephen Hammond: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, how many businesses in Wimbledon constituency will be eligible for the £1,000 business rate discount for public houses announced in paragraph 4.5 of the Spring Budget 2017.
Stephen Hammond: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, when he expects the next stage of public consultation for Crossrail 2 to take place.
Stephen Hammond: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, when he plans to respond to Transport for London's Strategic Outline Business Case for Crossrail 2.
Stephen Hammond: What fiscal steps he is taking to support the development of long-term infrastructure.
Stephen Hammond: My right hon. Friend will be aware of the appetite for non-Government sources to provide funding for UK infrastructure. Can he confirm whether the Government are considering regional, national or project-based infrastructure bonds? Will he agree to meet me and a group of funders to discuss the attractions of such bonds?
Stephen Hammond: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, if she will estimate the costs of establishing a pilot initiative based across two or more locally authority areas make provision for children who were born prematurely in the summer months to provide flexibility around timing of school entry to summer-born children in order to gather evidence to inform implementation of the School Admissions Code...
Stephen Hammond: What steps he is taking to build and develop more homes.
Stephen Hammond: What actions is the Department taking to ensure that unused public sector land in London is released more quickly for housing development?