Mark Pawsey: Many of my constituents are concerned that the inquiry desk at Rugby police station is being closed between the hours of 8 pm and midnight. Although I recognise the pressure on police budgets caused by Labour's economic mismanagement, does the Minister agree that this decision should be reconsidered?
Mark Pawsey: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if she will issue guidance to police authorities on the opening hours of inquiry desks at police stations.
Mark Pawsey: Now that the Government have brought forward details of their new homes bonus, will the Prime Minister join me in applauding councils such as Rugby borough council, which is proceeding with proposals for substantial development?
Mark Pawsey: If he will discuss with the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills steps to ensure that the roll-out of fibre-optic broadband is available on an equal basis to all customers in a single community.
Mark Pawsey: Does my hon. Friend agree that if experienced independent financial advisers are driven from the market, those who will lose out most will be those with the smallest amount of assets, who will not get the advice that they receive at present?
That George Freeman be discharged from the Communities and Local Government Committee and Mark Pawsey be added.
Mark Pawsey: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what his estimate is of the proportion of the running costs of University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire (a) which was paid to the private finance initiative provider in each year from 2005-06 to 2009-10 and (b) will be paid to that provider in 2010-11 and 2011-12.
Mark Pawsey: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what steps his Department is taking to reduce the number of road traffic accidents involving young people.
Mark Pawsey: Will my hon. Friend give way?
Mark Pawsey: rose-
Mark Pawsey: In my constituency, Converteam manufactures components of turbines. It is working on gearless turbines, which will address the issues of noise that greatly concern both my hon. Friend's constituents and my constituents. Therefore, there are some UK manufacturers of wind turbines, which means that there is some benefit to the UK economy.
Mark Pawsey: What discussions he has had on changes to the work capability assessment for those with variable conditions.
Mark Pawsey: What steps his Department is taking to make it easier for small businesses to recruit staff.
Mark Pawsey: There is an independent committee that ensures that once they have left office, former Ministers act appropriately in their subsequent employment. It is reported that Lord Mandelson, Baroness Symons and Adam Ingram have worked for the Gaddafi regime. Will the Prime Minister ensure that these reports are thoroughly investigated?
Mark Pawsey: What assessment he has made of the potential benefits to Rugby of the new homes bonus.
Mark Pawsey: What steps he is taking to increase access to Government contracts for small and medium-sized enterprises.
Mark Pawsey: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office when he expects the proposed Public Data Corporation to be established; and if he will make a statement.
Mark Pawsey: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office which (a) Government organisations, (b) datasets and (c) licensing arrangements he expects to come within the remit of the proposed Public Data Corporation.
Mark Pawsey: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office what the (a) remit and (b) activities will be of the proposed Public Data Corporation.
Mark Pawsey: I recently spent time with special police constables in Rugby, targeting antisocial behaviour and under-age drinking by sticking Alcohol Watch stickers on bottles and cans. Will the Home Secretary join me in recognising the very valuable work carried out by the special constabulary?