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Sajid Javid: Will the right hon. Gentleman tell the House whether he still believes that the Government’s plans are “consistent, coherent and comprehensive”? If not, when did he change his mind?
Sajid Javid: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development whether his Department provides aid to North Korea.
Sajid Javid: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will estimate the net liabilities of British banks to public and private sector entities in (a) Greece, (b) Portugal, (c) Ireland and (d) Spain on the most recent date for which information is available.
Sajid Javid: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what plans he has for the future of his Department's global diplomatic network.
Sajid Javid: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office what recent assessment he has made of the performance of the Pensions Regulator; how many complaints were outstanding at the Pensions Regulator on the latest date for which information is available; and how many such complaints had been waiting for a final decision for more than nine months.
Sajid Javid: What steps she is taking to support British food exports.
Sajid Javid: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what recent assessment he has made of levels of religious freedom in Indonesia.
Sajid Javid: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office what recent assessment has been made of progress in enabling small and medium-sized enterprises to tender for Government procurement contracts.
Sajid Javid: rose —
Francis Maude: I refer the hon. Member to the answer I gave to my hon. Friends the Member for Stroud (Neil Carmichael) and the Member for Bromsgrove (Sajid Javid) on 13 May 2011, Official Report, column 1365W.
Sajid Javid: Can the Secretary of State confirm that the Government have no plans to decrease the budget for the NHS—unlike the plans of the Labour party to slash it by £30 billion?
Sajid Javid: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport whether he has plans to promote the construction of further toll roads.
Sajid Javid: Has the Chancellor considered what would happen to our growth rate if we followed the advice of the shadow Chancellor, which is opportunistically to oppose every spending cut and every tax increase proposed by the Government?
Sajid Javid: What progress she has made in reducing the burden of regulation on farmers; and if she will make a statement.
Sajid Javid: I warmly welcome my right hon. Friend’s statement. Will he confirm that any police investigation into this matter will cover the media practice of blagging?
Sajid Javid: I welcome the Prime Minister’s statement. Does he agree that the Press Complaints Commission as currently constituted is clearly not fit for purpose, and that it would have been most helpful if its reform had been initiated back in 2007, when the phone hacking inquiry at that time failed?
Sajid Javid: rose —
Sajid Javid: I congratulate the Prime Minister on the leadership role played by him and his team, but does he agree that this is ultimately a Libyan and not a foreign triumph?
Sajid Javid: Will the Chief Secretary to the Treasury assure us that, in drawing up plans on public sector pay, the Treasury has not been impeded by a brutal regime in 10 Downing street?
Sajid Javid: To ask the Prime Minister whether he plans to meet (a) human rights groups and (b) other non-governmental organisations during his visit to Russia; and if so, which ones.