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Terror Attacks (22 Jun 2017)

Amber Rudd: Yes. We have done, I think, 650 so far, and we are on schedule to do the rest as planned. Given the circumstances in which we now find ourselves, I will ensure that we do that.

Debate on the Address: Health, Social Care and Security (28 Jun 2017)

Amber Rudd: I am delighted to have the hon. Gentleman’s support on police reform, which will continue. He is right that there were cuts between 2010 and 2015 but, as always, we must look at the outcomes. Crime fell by a third during that period.

Written Answers — Home Office: Home Office: Travel (2 Nov 2017)

Amber Rudd: The Home Secretary travelled in business class to Canada in June 2017.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Leaving the EU: Immigration Rules (20 Nov 2017)

Amber Rudd: I am aware of the issue with dairy farmers, as well as the other needs of industry for migrant workers. Rest assured that, when we decide on the right immigration policy after we leave the European Union, we will make sure it continues to support our economy.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Topical Questions (20 Nov 2017)

Amber Rudd: I thank the hon. Gentleman for drawing attention to this important matter. I am aware of the research, and I think it is absolutely essential that the guidance is properly adhered to. I will be looking into it and having conversations with Justice to ensure that that is the case.

Online Hate Speech (30 Nov 2017)

Amber Rudd: An invitation for the visit has been extended and accepted, but the dates and the precise arrangements have yet to be agreed.

Harassment in Public Life (18 Dec 2017)

Amber Rudd: That is a very interesting point. I believe that the coarsening of debate in the political environment has led to the acceleration of this, and I will certainly pass on that point to the Department for Education.

Report on Recent Terrorist Attacks (5 Dec 2017)

Amber Rudd: We want to stop all sorts of terrorism, including extreme right-wing terrorism. That is why I was the first Home Secretary to ban an extreme right-wing group last year, National Action, and I will make sure that we always proscribe groups where we have due cause to do so.

Written Answers — Home Office: EU Nationals: Skilled Workers (8 Jan 2018)

Amber Rudd: The Migration Advisory Committee’s (MAC) 2018 report will be published. The MAC publishes its reports at: ry-committee

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum (8 Jan 2018)

Amber Rudd: The specific information you have requested is not currently published. Published statistics on visa applications in the Family category can be found online at the following address: ent_data/file/662518/entry-visas1-jul-sep-2017-tables.ods

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration (8 Jan 2018)

Amber Rudd: At the end of September 2017, at the time of our last published data, 86,219 applications for limited leave to remain were under consideration by the Department.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Fire and Rescue Services (8 Jan 2018)

Amber Rudd: Yes; my hon. Friend is absolutely right that an excellent way to use resources most efficiently is to make sure that we have those sorts of mergers. In fact, there is now an obligation under legislation passed last year to make sure that fire authorities work more closely with the police.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Immigration: Effect on the Economy (8 Jan 2018)

Amber Rudd: The Government are clear that carefully controlled migration benefits the economy, our Exchequer and our communities in general.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Violence against Women and Girls (8 Jan 2018)

Amber Rudd: In March 2016 we published the cross-Government violence against women and girls strategy, which sets out an ambitious programme of reform and is supported by increased funding of £100 million. We will also introduce a draft domestic abuse Bill to transform our approach to domestic abuse, to support victims better, and to bring perpetrators to justice.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Topical Questions (8 Jan 2018)

Amber Rudd: I thank my right hon. Friend for that question. She is a huge champion for women, and she could perhaps assist us on that issue and contribute when we go ahead with our consultation on the new domestic violence and abuse Bill.

Women and Equalities: Apprenticeships (11 Jan 2018)

Amber Rudd: It is good news that women now account for over half of all apprentices. We continue to implement apprenticeship reforms to improve the quality of apprenticeships for all, and we are using the employer apprenticeship diversity champions network to champion gender representation in industries where greater participation by women is still needed.

Women and Equalities: Suffrage Centenary Fund (11 Jan 2018)

Amber Rudd: Well, Mr Speaker, I am sure that you listened carefully to that question, as I understand that that is a matter for the Speaker’s Advisory Committee on Works of Art.

Women and Equalities: Domestic Abuse (11 Jan 2018)

Amber Rudd: The Home Office co-ordinates the cross-Government approach to tackling domestic abuse through our violence against women and girls strategy, which has committed increased funding of £100 million to support victims.

Women and Equalities: Topical Questions (11 Jan 2018)

Amber Rudd: I look forward to working with my right hon. Friend and her important Committee. She has raised an important matter; transparency is such an important part of achieving equality, so I look forward to working with her on this to establish the right way forward.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Points of Order (29 Nov 2017)

Amber Rudd: indicated dissent.

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