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Sir David Amess: To ask the Prime Minister when the Government intends to address the criticism contained in the Hutton Report.
Mr Tam Dalyell: To ask the Solicitor-General if the Attorney-General will discuss with Lord Hutton the investigation of the source of the leak of Lord Hutton's findings to Mr. Trevor Kavanagh of The Sun, with reference to the witness summons clauses of the Criminal Procedure and Investigation Act 1996.
Sir David Amess: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will investigate the premature disclosure of the Hutton Report.
Sir David Amess: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence who in his Department saw the embargoed version of Lord Hutton's report.
Lord Trefgarne: asked the Chairman of Committees: What was the total cost to the House of Lords of its copies of the report of the Hutton inquiry.
Andrew MacKinlay: To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs who authorised, and for what purpose, members of the Intelligence and Security Committee to be given access to the contents of the Hutton Inquiry Report on the morning of 28 January in advance of its publication.
Sir David Amess: To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs who in his office saw an embargoed copy of the Hutton Report.
Jon Trickett: To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs what his estimate is of the total amount of staff hours spent in support of Lord Hutton's Inquiry; what the budget allocated to it was; and if he will make a statement.
Patsy Calton: Does the Leader of the House agree that reopening on 16 March the inquest into the death of Dr. David Kelly will allow detailed answers to be sought to the questions that remain after the Hutton report? Will he allow a debate on them at a later date?
Lord Palmer: asked Her Majesty's Government: What were the expenses involved in producing the Hutton report.
Douglas Hogg: Perhaps the hon. Gentleman will remind the House that the outcome of the Hutton report made it wholly plain that the Prime Minister does not always give a full, clear or accurate account of the advice that he receives from the intelligence services.
Norman Baker: To ask the Prime Minister if he will list the four countries referred to in paragraph 165 of the Hutton Report of 28 January 2004.
Robert Goodwill: Given that the Hutton report was an inquiry about the death of a public servant, should copies signed by celebrities be auctioned to raise funds for a political party?
William Hague: I will not take too many lessons on morality from someone who thought that auctioning off the Hutton report was a good idea.
Graham Stuart: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Constitutional Affairs which Government Departments were issued copies of the Hutton Report following its publication; and how many copies were distributed to each:
Norman Baker: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence at what time of day, and on what day, the press statement from his predecessor, the right hon. Member for Ashfield (Mr. Hoon), on the appointment of Lord Hutton to conduct an inquiry into the death of Dr. David Kelly was (a) cleared for release and (b) released under embargo to the media.
Gavin Brown: Does the cabinet secretary agree with the GDP assumptions within that graph in the Hutton report?
Grahame Morris: The hon. Gentleman refers to the Hutton report and predictions about the call on the public purse, but my understanding is that, as a consequence of the negotiated settlement reached between the previous Labour Government and the public sector trade unions, the costs were projected to fall from 2% of GDP to 1.4% by 2060. Does he agree?
Laurence Robertson: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office with reference to recommendation 10 of the Hutton Report, whether he plans to remove abatement from Civil Service pensions; and if he will make a statement.
Gary Streeter: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what assessment he has made of the trends in the number of assaults on prison officers since the publication of the Hutton report on Public Service Pensions in 2011.