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Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport if he will investigate the effect of the application by low-cost airlines of the one-bag rule for carry-on baggage on the behaviour of passengers making purchases at airports.
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether she has plans to review the effectiveness of the implementation of the Licensing Act 2003 in ensuring consistent application of licensing powers across the country.
Andrew Bridgen: What steps his Department is taking to ensure that small and medium-sized enterprises are aware of opportunities to gain Government contracts.
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what steps his Department has taken to provide information on the implications of proposed pension changes from 2012 for (a) sole traders, (b) micro firms, (c) small and medium enterprises and (d) large firms.
Andrew Bridgen: For many, the perception of the application of human rights law is that the pendulum has swung too far away from responsibilities and duties. Does my right hon. and learned Friend agree that the commission will present a good opportunity to extend the understanding that with rights go responsibilities?
Andrew Bridgen: The Browne review estimated that if all new students from 2012 paid Labour’s favoured 3% graduate tax, it would not provide sufficient revenue to fund higher education until the tax year 2041-42. Will the Minister estimate how much that would add to the record budget deficit left behind by the Labour party?
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether the review into the effectiveness of the 50p rate of income tax will consider the effects of the tax rate on the economy including loss of revenue resulting from relocations overseas.
Andrew Bridgen: May we have an urgent debate on controlling the deficit? The Government have clearly set out their spending plans, but such a debate might allow us to clarify how they compare with the plans of the Labour party, which in government did so much to create the deficit we inherited.
Andrew Bridgen: Does my right hon. Friend agree that the report by the Select Committee on Defence on the handling of assets by the Ministry of Defence in 2009-10 is another damning indictment of the mismanagement of the MOD under the previous Government?
Andrew Bridgen: Will the hon. Lady explain how abandoning our deficit reduction plans, losing our triple A credit rating, and forcing up interest rates to UK plc, homeowners and business will lower unemployment?
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many complaints the NHS received in relation to orthopaedic shoes in each of the last five years.
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what plans he has to review the efficiency of Student Finance England; and how many complaints Student Finance England received in (a) 2008, (b) 2009 and (c) 2010.
Andrew Bridgen: I welcome the policy review of the entitlement of foreign nationals to free NHS care, but will my right hon. Friend assure the House that it will examine the options relating to charges for GP as well as hospital services?
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government whether his Department is on schedule to release the next Housing Subsidy Determination on 11 November 2011; and on what date he plans to publish the final Housing Subsidy Determination.
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what steps her Department is taking to reduce levels of theft of copper and lead from buildings.
Andrew Bridgen: Is the Leader of the House aware of recent reports that the UK bioscience industry is returning to levels of economic activity not seen for quite some time, and should not this be the subject of a debate?
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many people have received treatment involving orthopaedic shoes in each of the last five years.
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change what recent discussions he has had with energy suppliers on the provision to consumers of information on how to access the cheapest tariff.
Andrew Bridgen: Hard-working families in my constituency often see families on housing benefit receiving more than they themselves receive as a result of going out to work. Can my hon. Friend confirm that as a result of the new measures it will always pay to work?
Andrew Bridgen: Does the right hon. Gentleman recall that the previous Labour Government gave away a huge amount of our annual rebate in return for the reform of the common agricultural policy? How successful has that reform been?