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Amber Rudd: Given the global nature of banking, will the Minister advise us on how regulation will proceed on an international basis, bearing in mind the need to maintain as many jobs as possible in this country?
Amber Rudd: I wonder whether other hon. Members receive complaints about the education maintenance allowance, as I do. I, too, represent a constituency where there are people on very low incomes, but I get a lot of complaints that the allowance is badly applied and often abused.
Amber Rudd: Does the Foreign Secretary think that there are hopeful signs in the relationship between Kosovo and Serbia? Will he give us an update on the current state of the proposed resolution?
Amber Rudd: What recent discussions he has had with ministerial colleagues on drug addiction services in prisons.
Amber Rudd: What proposals he plans to put to the House in respect of the structure of the parliamentary calendar for the remainder of the current Session.
Amber Rudd: I know that the Secretary of State is aware of the high level of teenage pregnancies in this country, and particularly in Hastings in my constituency. What action are we going to take to support those young women? We all know of the negative health outcomes that come with those young pregnancies.
Amber Rudd: In January 2010, it was estimated that 18.5% of school-age children in Hastings were on free school meals, against the national average of 14%. Can the Minister reassure me that the national scholarship scheme will particularly help the young people in my constituency, some of whom come from very low-income families?
Amber Rudd: I am interested to hear that London is affected. We will see the consequences, but at present I am receiving different answers and people are reaching different conclusions. It is not entirely clear how the private sector will respond, but one thing is entirely clear: we cannot continue with the cost as it is now.
Amber Rudd: What steps his Department is taking to return empty homes to productive use.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what indicators of deprivation apart from free school meals his Department uses to measure levels of deprivation for school children; and what the level of deprivation for school children in (a) Hastings and Rye constituency, (b) East Sussex and (c) England is according to each of those indicators.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what assessment he has made of the effectiveness of RAISEonline as an indicator of deprivation; and whether he plans to adopt this mechanism to allocate funds through the pupil premium.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what indicators of deprivation he is considering for use as the mechanism for allocating funds through the pupil premium.
Amber Rudd: What progress he has made on arrangements to support philanthropy in the arts.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions when the Minister for Housing plans to respond to the letter from the hon. Member for Hastings and Rye of 25 October 2010 reference AR/BW/0008, on housing benefit.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what estimate he has made of the number and proportion of children in (a) Hastings and Rye constituency, (b) East Sussex and (c) England who are entitled to free school meals whose parents or carers do not take up this benefit.
Amber Rudd: On a day when employment is at the top of people's minds, could I ask the Prime Minister to join me in congratulating the Saga Group on its wise decision to move into Hastings, which has very high public sector employment, with up to 800 new jobs for the town?
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what estimate he has made of the (a) number and (b) proportion of people that claimed incapacity benefit in (i) Hastings, (ii) Hastings and Rye constituency, (iii) East Sussex and (iv) England in the latest period for which figures are available.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs for what reasons unused cod quota held by produce organisations is not reallocated to the under 10-metre fleet in area V11D.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office what proportion of the working age population of (a) Hastings and Rye constituency, (b) Hastings borough council area, (c) East Sussex, (d) the South East and (e) the UK are (i) employed in the public sector, (ii) employed in the private sector and (iii) unemployed.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs if she will assess the merits of reallocating cod quotas in Area VIId in the light of the annual under-utilisation by the over 10 metre sector.