Julian Huppert: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government what plans he has for the future of the Housing Revenue Account Review.
Julian Huppert: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what his most recent assessment is of the cost effectiveness of restorative justice programmes and their effect on the recidivism rate.
Julian Huppert: Does the Prime Minister agree with several generals, many members of the public and me that Trident should be included in the strategic defence and security review? Does he agree that if there is a case for retaining it, that would come out in the review; and if there is not a case, it should not be kept?
Julian Huppert: Will the hon. Lady give way?
Julian Huppert: I will be extremely brief. I pay tribute to the hon. Member for Bournemouth West (Conor Burns) for securing this debate and making an excellent speech. I want to add my support, because the problem is serious in Cambridge and elsewhere. My hon. Friend the Member for Eastbourne (Stephen Lloyd) has tabled early-day motion 140, which is about English language schools and has attracted a lot of...
Julian Huppert: Does the right hon. Lady accept that success in research and high-tech businesses in areas such as Cambridge is fuelled by many non-EU migrants who are sensitive both to rules and to how welcome they are made to feel? What steps will she take to ensure that it continues to be possible, or even easy, for us to attract the best and the brightest to this country to help our universities,...
Julian Huppert: Does the Secretary of State accept the conclusions of the Science and Technology Committee's report "Evidence Check 2: Homeopathy"? Earlier, the Under-Secretary gave a commitment to an evidence-based approach and today the British Medical Association passed a motion about homeopathy. Given the financial constraints in which we all share, can the Secretary of State defend spending millions of...
Julian Huppert: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office what estimate he has made of the number of non-EU (a) migrants and (b) economic migrants who (i) have arrived to live in the UK and (ii) have emigrated from the UK in each year since 2003.
Julian Huppert: Is the Minister aware that the decisions that individuals take to come to this country, leave this country and to stay and research in this country depend on how welcome they are made to feel here and how much funding is available over a long time scale? Will he commit to a 10-year prediction of how much money is likely to be available, so that when we are out of the current hole people will...
Julian Huppert: I have been made aware recently of a number of cases of academic visitors coming to the UK, often for only a few days, and being denied visas for their entry. Will the Minister meet the Home Secretary to work out a new protocol for treating these people? Will he also meet me to talk through the issue, so that we can ensure that the reputation of British educational research is supported and...
Julian Huppert: To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will take steps to ensure that muscular dystrophy care advisors are appointed in each region.
Julian Huppert: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much value added tax was paid on the sale of audio books in the last 12 months for which figures are available.
Julian Huppert: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what studies his Department has undertaken of Chesterton station to decide whether it should be included in the High Level Output Specification for Control Period 5.
Julian Huppert: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many identity cards have been provided free of charge under the provisions of the Identity Cards Act 2006.
Julian Huppert: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many (a) prosecutions and (b) convictions there have been under section (i) 5(1), (ii) 5(2), (iii) 5(3), and (iv) 20(1)(d) of the Immigration Act 1971 in each of the last 10 years.
Julian Huppert: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what his Department's policy is on reducing the level of homelessness among former members of the armed forces.
Julian Huppert: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many (a) prosecutions and (b) convictions there have been under section (i) 25(1), (ii) 25(2), (iii) 25(3), (iv) 25(4) and (v) 25(5) of the Identity Cards Act 2006 in each year since the inception of the Act.
Julian Huppert: What steps will the Secretary of State take to reduce homelessness among former members of the armed services? Will he promise to take steps to provide support in regard to mental health and tenancies, and to support those who turn to drugs and alcohol after their time in the armed services?
Julian Huppert: Is my right hon. Friend aware that preferential voting systems such as AV are used for internal party elections in most, if not all parties in this House, as well as for elections to positions in this House-including your position, Mr Speaker-and that some Members were elected to this House using such systems until 1950? Given that, does he understand why some Members believe that...
Julian Huppert: The right hon. Gentleman will no doubt be aware that in cases involving encrypted data, 28 days, six months or even a year would not necessarily be long enough if there were no access to encryption codes, so such a detention period would not help anyway.