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Written Answers — Health: Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (24 Apr 2012)

Mark Pawsey: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the cost was of the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman in each of the last five financial years.

Debate on the Address: Business and the Economy (14 May 2012)

Mark Pawsey: In recognising the needs of small businesses in respect of parental leave, will the Secretary of State consider the matter of employees giving as much notice as possible to those businesses in order that they can make allowances for when staff are not going to be present?

Debate on the Address: Business and the Economy (14 May 2012)

Mark Pawsey: I was not referring to workers. I was talking about the sectors in the economy as a whole and the need to rebalance the public and private sectors. I made no comment about public sector workers.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Olympics (Police Preparedness) (21 May 2012)

Mark Pawsey: What recent assessment she has made of the preparedness of the police for the London 2012 Olympics.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Olympics (Police Preparedness) (21 May 2012)

Mark Pawsey: I thank the Minister for his reassuring words. To ensure a safe Olympics, it will be important for the police to work closely with other blue light services, such as the fire and ambulance services. What discussions have taken place on collaboration between all the emergency services?

Business of the House: Whitsun Recess (24 May 2012)

Mark Pawsey: As the Member of Parliament for Rugby and someone with great enthusiasm for the game of rugby, may I tell the hon. Gentleman that true rugby fans across the country will have enormous sympathy with the case he is making? The teams that do well deserve the right to be promoted.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: London Olympics (Security) (11 Jun 2012)

Mark Pawsey: Will the Secretary of State confirm that, to ensure effective interoperability between the emergency services and the armed forces, all parties involved with Olympic security will use a common communications platform?

[Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] — Backbench Business — Social Mobility (28 Jun 2012)

Mark Pawsey: On the hon. Gentleman’s last point, why has social mobility reduced since the abolition of the 11-plus?

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Community Payback (3 Jul 2012)

Mark Pawsey: What recent assessment he has made of the operation of community payback; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Tourism (4 Jul 2012)

Mark Pawsey: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what recent discussions he has had with Ministers in the Northern Ireland Executive on providing support for tourism in Northern Ireland.

United Kingdom Borders: VAT on Air Ambulance Fuel Payments (11 Jul 2012)

Mark Pawsey: I shall support the motion, but I am putting to the House the contrary view, which is about the unique nature of our air ambulance services. On the basis of the quote I have just read out, we should applaud the sense of public duty displayed by the air ambulance that covers the area I represent.

Energy and Climate Change: Olympics (Security) (12 Jul 2012)

Mark Pawsey: Will the Home Secretary remind us when the contract with G4S was entered into? Under its terms, will the company cover the cost of the welcome commitment to ensure that none of the additional armed forces involved in the Olympics will be in any way out of pocket?

Business of the House (12 Jul 2012)

Mark Pawsey: I shall be travelling to Rwanda this weekend to join Project Umubano, the Conservative party’s social action project. May we have a debate on how such projects are an excellent way for volunteers to appreciate international development issues?

Written Answers — Justice: Human Trafficking: Victim Support Schemes (17 Jul 2012)

Mark Pawsey: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what the (a) nationality and (b) gender was of each suspected victim of trafficking referred to the Trafficking Victim Support Scheme operated by the Salvation Army in June 2012; in which region each of the suspected victims was found; and which agency referred each case to the scheme.

Opposition Day — [5th Allotted Day]: Housing (5 Sep 2012)

Mark Pawsey: Will the hon. Gentleman care to tell us how many new houses were started in 2009?

Opposition Day — [5th Allotted Day]: Housing (5 Sep 2012)

Mark Pawsey: The hon. Gentleman persists in criticising the national planning policy framework. If it is not working, how does he account for the 13% increase in housing approvals over the past six months, compared with the previous six months?

Opposition Day — [5th Allotted Day]: Housing (5 Sep 2012)

Mark Pawsey: I happily agree with my hon. Friend. It is great that there are authorities that are willing to deliver houses, but they remain frustrated by the issue of consultees. I very much hope that the Government and the Minister will pay particularly close attention to the issue in the coming months.

Backbench Business: Fuel Prices (13 Sep 2012)

Mark Pawsey: The hon. Lady refers to the OFT investigation. Will she praise its chief executive for his courage in taking on the might of the oil companies in dealing with this very important issue?

[Mr Peter Bone in the Chair] — Backbench Business — West Coast Main Line (17 Sep 2012)

Mark Pawsey: The hon. Gentleman’s experience as a former Minister is valuable, and on many occasions he has referred to the substantial public investment in the west coast main line. Is it not that investment itself that makes it important for the Government to go for the bid that gives the maximum return?

[Philip Davies in the Chair] (17 Sep 2012)

Mark Pawsey: I am listening carefully to the hon. Lady’s argument. What I do not understand is whether, given what we now know, she would have made a different decision from that made by the Government.


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