Lindsay Roy: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what proportion of his Department's annual budget is allocated to preventative and early intervention measures.
Lindsay Roy: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many (a) children and (b) elderly people live in poverty.
Lindsay Roy: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what his Department's policy is on publication of information on levels of (a) gamma, (b) beta, (c) other radiation and (d) radiation recorded on film badges at British nuclear test sites; who within his Department takes the decisions on which such information should be published; and according to what criteria any such decisions are taken.
Lindsay Roy: This week we learnt that, despite assurances that exhaustive checks were taking place, the UK Border Agency had made minimal attempts to trace 124,000 asylum seekers and migrants, and that 150 boxes of mail had been left unopened. Does that not demonstrate that the 20% cut in the agency’s budget has put our efforts to secure our borders at risk?
Lindsay Roy: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Ms Dorries. Is my hon. Friend aware that the local government in Fife is investing £5 million in creating modern apprenticeships, which is an extension of the jobs fund?
Lindsay Roy: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many children have been arrested for (a) all and (b) Class A drugs offences in each of the last three years.
Lindsay Roy: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many people have been diagnosed with a reportable industrially-related disease in the UK in the last five years.
Lindsay Roy: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many children have been (a) prosecuted and (b) imprisoned for (i) all and (ii) Class A drugs offences in each of the last three years.
Lindsay Roy: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what recent discussions he has had with his Scottish counterpart on audiology services in Scotland; and if he will make a statement.
Lindsay Roy: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change how many (a) onshore and (b) offshore wind farms there are in the UK.
Lindsay Roy: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport whether his Department is developing a strategy for improving access to transport for people with (a) autism, (b) sight loss and (c) impaired mobility.
Lindsay Roy: It is a great privilege to contribute to the debate after so many fine contributions from right hon. and hon. Members. I echo the sentiments of those on both sides of the House who have said that they are intensely proud to be Scottish or to have Scottish ancestry, but also to be British and to be citizens of the United Kingdom. I, too, fervently hold those joint allegiances. I would also say...
Lindsay Roy: No, I am sorry; I want to make progress. Like most in this Chamber, I am ambitious for Scotland and for the United Kingdom. I agree that, with a strong Scottish Parliament within the UK, we have the best of both worlds. I have always believed that there is a better choice for the future than divorce, secession and separation. I want to illustrate that through an aspect of Scottish life that...
Lindsay Roy: I agree wholeheartedly, as that was exactly the point I made earlier. To conclude, we remain stronger and better together, sometimes as rivals but always, I trust, in the spirit of partnership and fair play.
Lindsay Roy: Is my hon. Friend aware that three Scots Olympians have been nominated for the BBC sports personality of the year award?
Lindsay Roy: What level of continuing subsidy does the Secretary of State envisage for wind turbine generation? Does he consider that to be a cost-effective investment?
Lindsay Roy: Whether the introduction of a statutory register of lobbyists will require any changes to the Standing Orders of the House.
Lindsay Roy: Will the Deputy Leader of the House explain why progress in establishing a statutory register seems to have been so slow?
Lindsay Roy: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many people have been convicted of a drug trafficking offence in each of the last three years.
Lindsay Roy: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport whether his Department has assessed the economic benefits of High Speed 2 continuation to Glasgow and Edinburgh.