Lord Swinfen: To ask Her Majesty's Government what estimate they made when creating their annual energy statement of the amount of energy used in building and installing the 100 turbines in the Thanet wind farm; and by what date they estimate this wind farm will have produced that amount of energy. To ask Her Majesty's Government what estimate they made, when creating their annual energy statement, of the...
Lord Swinfen: To ask Her Majesty's Government what safeguards they are putting in place to protect British citizens against abuses of the European Arrest Warrant.
Lord Swinfen: My Lords, are retired Prime Ministers still issued with a government car and chauffeur and under what circumstances may they use them?
Lord Swinfen: With the leave of the House, let me say that I do not think that the Minister heard my question properly. I did not ask about existing Prime Ministers and Deputy Prime Ministers; I asked about retired Prime Ministers. Would he answer my original question?
Lord Swinfen: My Lords, are these children returned to their countries of origin, and what protection is given to those children who have been sexually assaulted, who might be considered by their families to have besmirched the family honour?
Lord Swinfen: To ask Her Majesty's Government, further to the Written Answer by Lord Freud on 8 July (HL902), what risk and socio-economic criteria need to be met in order to use rodenticides.
Lord Swinfen: My Lords, the Chairman of Committees has said that the frescos were painted using a technique developed in Germany. Has anyone asked the Germans whether they have similar problems with frescos in Germany and, if so, how they have dealt with them?
Lord Swinfen: To ask Her Majesty's Government whether they or the European Union have plans to alter the content of rodenticide.
Lord Swinfen: Is my noble friend satisfied that we have enough sniffer dogs at ports of entry to detect all meats coming in? The last time I came through Heathrow I could not see one.
Lord Swinfen: I quite understand what the Minister is doing and agree with it, but has there been any research or is any research planned into why people take these drugs? We might then be able to prevent rather than deal with the problems later.
Lord Swinfen: My Lords, I support the amendment tabled by my noble and learned friend because some years ago I was taking equipment into another country with full permission from the authorities there and all the paperwork in order. However, customs officials decided that the equipment was valuable and that a little cash might ease its passage through customs. They did not get any because I was patient and...
Lord Swinfen: I think the noble Baroness misunderstood the last question. The noble Lord was asking about police officers acting in their own jurisdiction, accompanied by officers from the neighbouring state, so that each acts in its own jurisdiction. Could she enlarge on what she said?
Lord Swinfen: Using modern information technology, would it be possible to have the votes counted confidentially in Afghanistan and the results e-mailed to the relevant constituencies in the United Kingdom, so that they can be incorporated in the final counts?
Lord Swinfen: To ask Her Majesty's Government how many service personnel have been (a) hospitalised in each of the past five years, (b) off duty for 12 months or more, and (c) medically discharged due to mental illness attributed to service in Afghanistan.
Lord Swinfen: My Lords, are some of these websites a source of information in the battle against terrorism?
Lord Swinfen: To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the weight and retail value of edible fish discarded by British fishermen due to being over-quota in the past 12 months for which figures are available.
Lord Swinfen: To ask Her Majesty's Government whether servicemen wounded in Afghanistan have to pay to watch television in United Kingdom hospitals.
Lord Swinfen: To ask Her Majesty's Government what plans they have to put the holder's photograph on disabled parking permits.
Lord Swinfen: To ask Her Majesty's Government how many service personnel have been wounded in Afghanistan in the past year such that they will not be able to return to front line duty.
Lord Swinfen: To ask Her Majesty's Government under what statutory provision a parish councillor can be removed from office by a district council in which the parish is situated for having signed an incorrect "declaration of acceptance of office" inadvertently provided by the clerk to the parish.