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Isil: New Clause 23 — Throwing articles into prisons (23 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: Will the Minister say something about the time scale? As of when will production orders be required, and will the secondary legislation on the code of practice be in place before the election, so that we can pass it in time?

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Syria (23 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what steps her Department has taken to explore the possibility of resettling Syrians to the UK via private sponsorship from individual British citizens who have expressed interest in offering accommodation to Syrians in need; and what discussions she has had with the Local Government Association on ways in which local authorities can...

Opposition Day — [17th Allotted Day]: Advice on likely impact of onshore petroleum on the carbon budget (11 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: Will the right hon. Gentleman give way?

Opposition Day — [17th Allotted Day]: Advice on likely impact of onshore petroleum on the carbon budget (11 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: It is always a pleasure to follow the hon. Member for Poplar and Limehouse (Jim Fitzpatrick) even when I do not quite agree with everything he said, although I do agree with much of it. The frustration here is that we are discussing the small details, the minor issues. It is a shame that we do not have the chance to discuss and vote on the principles. We were denied that chance last time....

Opposition Day — [17th Allotted Day]: Advice on likely impact of onshore petroleum on the carbon budget (11 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: Compared with what would otherwise be the case. I am aware that the hon. Gentleman is keen on the figures, but he will find that the range of values—we do not know the exact emissions from fracking—overlaps with the range of values from imported LNG. We do not know whether they will be about the same or lower. The hon. Gentleman is interested in reports, so I am sure he would be...

Opposition Day — [17th Allotted Day]: Advice on likely impact of onshore petroleum on the carbon budget (11 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: No, lots of people would like to speak and the hon. Gentleman has had a chance to do so. Let me move on to the long list of requirements in Lords amendment 21; I have concerns about both the versions we are likely to have a chance to consider. The version that left the House was deficient and the version that has come back from the other House is also not good enough. That is why I wanted to...

Opposition Day — [17th Allotted Day]: Advice on likely impact of onshore petroleum on the carbon budget (11 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: I thank the Minister for his intervention, although I am not sure whether he is asking me to answer; I certainly have not modelled what the shadow Minister would like to do. I am very frustrated that it looks as though we shall have to choose between two options, both of which are deficient, and that we shall not have the chance to vote on the stronger proposals that I would much prefer.

Opposition Day — [17th Allotted Day]: Advice on likely impact of onshore petroleum on the carbon budget (11 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: I noted that the regulations that would be made in July, after the general election, would be dealt with through the affirmative resolution, and that there would therefore be no opportunity to amend them. If the hon. Gentleman were in a position to influence that within his party, would he rule out any fracking within or under any protected area? Can he make that commitment now?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (11 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: Sixth-form colleges such as Hills Road and Long Road in Cambridge do an excellent job in educating our young people, but they struggle to get by because, unlike school or academy sixth forms, they have to pay VAT of over £300,000 each. Will the Prime Minister listen to voices across this House and scrap this tax on learning?

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Drug Crime (9 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: The chief constable of Durham constabulary, Mike Barton, has called for a change in our drugs policy, arguing that we would best tackle crime, and gang crime in particular, by changing our approach. Will the Minister listen to the increasing number of experts in law enforcement who want a new way to deal with this issue?

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Topical Questions (9 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: Last week the Investigatory Powers Tribunal ruled that the regime governing UK agencies getting information from the US National Security Agency about the private communications of people in the UK was illegal and had been until last December. Will the Home Secretary ensure that any and all data that were held illegally by the security agencies, or any other agencies for which she has...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Innovation and Skills: Banks (9 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, whether the Competition and Markets Authority is conducting an investigation into allegations of cartel behaviour by banks in (a) foreign exchange markets and (b) other capital markets.

Written Answers — Department of Health: General Practitioners (9 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what estimate he has made of how many GP practices will be required to reduce patient services due to the phased withdrawal of the Minimum Practice Income Guarantee; what estimate he has made of how many GP practices he expects will be required to close for the same reason; what steps his Department has taken to support GP practices experiencing...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Cancer: Drugs (9 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what progress has been made by the working group established to develop a robust process to support the sustainable long-term commissioning of cancer drugs; when he expects the outcomes of their work to be published; and what steps he will take to reduce variations in access to cancer drugs depending on when an application to the Cancer Drugs Fund is made.

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Natural Resources (4 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, if she will make it her policy to implement the Natural Capital Committee's Third Report's (a) recommendations on a 25-year plan to improve and protect natural capital and (b) other recommendations.

Living Wage (Reporting): Human Fertilisation and Embryology (3 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: I listened to what the hon. Gentleman said about hope, and he is right that we do not know how this will play out. There might be people who have hope who will not succeed. What I cannot understand is why he is saying that to avoid people having their hopes dashed later, we should dash them today.

Living Wage (Reporting): Human Fertilisation and Embryology (3 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: Some critics of this approach have pointed out that this country would be the first to go ahead with it. Does the hon. Gentleman agree that we should be proud to be leading the world in medical treatments and that, as he says, we can provide some of the best ethical safeguards in the world?

Living Wage (Reporting): Human Fertilisation and Embryology (3 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: There seems to be a lot of confusion between nuclear DNA and mitochondrial DNA. It might help the hon. Lady and the House if I point out that they have completely different origins. They have a different genetic code; they are not related. The origin of mitochondria is bacteria that were engulfed by cells. They are very different. The House should be aware of that.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Young Prisoners (3 Feb 2015)

Julian Huppert: How many young people were in prison (a) on 28 January 2015 and (b) in April 2010.


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