Jake Berry: Is my right hon. Friend aware that many responsible employers, including those in my constituency, ask their staff to attend annual health assessments? Does he agree that it is fair and reasonable for those deemed not fit to work to attend similar assessments rather than wait 10 years on incapacity benefit without seeing a doctor?
Jake Berry: What recent representations he has received on access to finance for small businesses.
Jake Berry: Small businesses in my constituency, which includes some of this country's leading manufacturers, are reliant on credit insurance. What steps are being taken to ensure that such insurance remains available to them?
Jake Berry: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport what plans his Department has for the Regional Screen Agency.
Jake Berry: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport what representations he has received on reform of the Video Recordings Act 1984 to end the requirement of film distributors to receive a classification certificate from the British Board of Film Classification for films in respect of which they wish to accept a voluntary 18 certificate.
Jake Berry: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs if she will bring forward proposals to ensure that religiously prepared meat served in restaurants is identified as such.
Jake Berry: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice if he will bring forward proposals to regulate the payment of referral fees to claims management companies by solicitors.
Jake Berry: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice if he will bring forward proposals to restrict advertising by personal injury lawyers.
Jake Berry: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport what his policy is on steps to protect the interests of smaller commercial radio stations during digital switchover.
Jake Berry: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport what consideration he has given to the merits of introducing a UK film quota.
Jake Berry: Does the hon. Gentleman agree that the clearest thing of all would be a separate polling card for each election, to enable people to use that polling card to vote in a specific election?
Jake Berry: I should be interested to know how many elections the hon. Gentleman has run, or how many returning officers he has spoken to about the amendments, because they all seem to imply that what he thinks should happen in the election trumps what a returning officer believes should happen in his own election in his own division.
Jake Berry: My point is that I do agree with the Government. The returning officer should have the right to make the decision.
Jake Berry: Does my hon. Friend agree that the best way of bringing such investment into the company is this privatisation? Does he also agree that this may bring with it the rigours of the private sector in terms of efficiency?
Jake Berry: Today's debate has been very interesting. I will set out-briefly, because time is short-the reasons why I support the Bill. Years of falling mail volumes-down 15% since their peak-together with low profit margins and a huge pension deficit have mortally wounded our Royal Mail. Doing nothing is not an option if we are to retain a world-class mail service and, most importantly, retain our...
Jake Berry: What steps he is taking to ensure the economic sustainability of the rail network.
Jake Berry: The Rossendale to Manchester rail link is vital to economic development in Rossendale. Will the Secretary of State agree to meet representatives of the East Lancashire heritage railway board to explore ways of upgrading this heritage line to a commuter link?
Jake Berry: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what plans he has for funding rail line improvements between Darwen and Manchester.
Jake Berry: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills if he will discuss with Royal Mail the continued provision of services (a) in Edgworth, Rossendale and (b) other small rural villages.
Jake Berry: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport whether he has plans for central control of the supply of road grit to local authorities.