Henry Smith: What steps his Department is taking to accelerate the availability of smart ticketing on the rail network.
Henry Smith: I welcome Southern railway’s plans to introduce smart ticketing across its network. I have also put in a request for the Oyster system to extend south of Gatwick airport to Three Bridges and Crawley stations. However, will my hon. Friend please speak urgently with GTR, the parent company of Southern, as their new ticket machines at many stations, including Three Bridges, have been...
Henry Smith: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what opportunities her Department is planning for interested stakeholders and members of the general public to participate in the forthcoming review of the regulation of air weapons in England and Wales.
Henry Smith: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development, what steps her Department is taking to secure preferential trading access to the UK for least developed countries after the UK leaves the EU.
Henry Smith: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, how many non molestation orders and prohibited steps orders were issued by the Sussex family courts of (a) Brighton, (b) Chichester, (c) Eastbourne, (d) Hastings, (e) Horsham and (f) Worthing for the first and second quarters of 2017.
Henry Smith: To ask the Secretary of State for International Trade, what steps his Department is taking to make it easier for small and medium-sized enterprises to access UK Export Finance resources.
Henry Smith: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what steps his Department is taking to improve access to psychological support for patients recovering from a stem cell transplant.
Henry Smith: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, if he will discuss with NHS England the necessity for a review of the care and support that patients receive after a stem cell transplant.
Henry Smith: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, for what reason responsibility for commissioning services following a stem cell transplant from NHS England to clinical commissioning groups after 100 days.
Henry Smith: I congratulate the Government on their response to the unfortunate demise of Monarch Airlines, but I wish to call for a debate on the pension fund of former employees of that company. Many of my constituents who were employed by Monarch are deeply concerned about that.
Henry Smith: If he will make a statement on his departmental responsibilities.
Henry Smith: The EU Commission seems hellbent on damaging the economies of the remaining member states through its Brexit negotiations, so will my right hon. Friend say what preparations are being made for no deal?
Henry Smith: Will my right hon. Friend join me in paying tribute to Gatwick-based airlines such as easyJet and Virgin Atlantic for stepping up and offering alternative employment to Monarch employees who now find themselves out of work?
Henry Smith: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, when she will announce per-school figures under the new National Funding Formula for (a) England and (b) Crawley; and if she will make a statement.
Henry Smith: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what steps the Government is taking to use technology to improve the efficiency of the judicial process.
Henry Smith: Will the Minister join me in paying tribute to the British overseas territories that have been helping each other to recover from this crisis? For example, later today a relief flight with the Premier of the Cayman Islands on it will go from that territory to Anguilla with medical supplies, and it will evacuate Anguillans to the Cayman Islands for support.
Henry Smith: One animal welfare benefit is that on leaving the EU, we could ban the live export of animals from our ports, which causes such great suffering.
Henry Smith: My hon. Friend sets out the very essence of the Bill. This is not about a sudden change, but about transposing EU law into British law and evolving as we move forward as a sovereign nation.
Henry Smith: Broadfield House in my constituency was, sadly, the site of the first free school to be closed by the Department for Education, and the building has remained empty for far too long. Will my right hon. Friend assure me that the building will be brought back into educational or at least community use in the near future?
Henry Smith: On building safety and testing, what work has been carried out for those buildings across the country that have been converted under permitted development rights?