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Andrew Bridgen: What recent progress has been made on the roll out of broadband to rural areas.
Andrew Bridgen: What recent representations he has received on his proposals to create fewer and more equally sized constituencies.
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Health by what means he plans to ring-fence the newly allocated budget for respite care; and what mechanisms will be in place for (a) application for and (b) allocation of funds from that budget.
Andrew Bridgen: How does the Minister propose that the local sustainable transport fund will fill the boots of resource grants, with the funding reduced now, especially in counties such as Leicestershire?
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Health whether he plans to establish a joint commissioning board for mental health.
Andrew Bridgen: In other words, what we need to do is avoid UK-only measures.
Andrew Bridgen: The heart of the new national forest lies in my beautiful constituency of North West Leicestershire. Will the Minister assure the House that any sale of Forestry Commission assets will not reduce public access or enjoyment of our woods and forests?
Andrew Bridgen: On a point of order, Mr Speaker. I would like to bring to your attention the huge difference in the time that it takes to get letters from various Ministers. Should we introduce a maximum time for responses to legitimate questions from Back-Bench MPs?
Andrew Bridgen: Does my hon. Friend agree that the defence budget is unique in the way we must view it? It is a form of insurance policy. That being so, we must accept that when the risks increase, so must the premium.
Andrew Bridgen: What plans his Department has to increase the effectiveness of its defence research and technology programmes.
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what recent representations he has received on duplication in schools of vocational training provided by further educational colleges; and if he will make a statement.
Andrew Bridgen: My hon. Friend should be aware that last year saw the lowest number of houses built since 1924.
Andrew Bridgen: Considering the previous Government's abject failure to tackle rural fuel poverty, will my hon. Friend tell me what we are going to do differently?
Andrew Bridgen: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?
Andrew Bridgen: Is it not a cause for cautious optimism that agencies such as Fitch, Moody's and Standard & Poor's have now given the UK such an excellent credit rating?
Andrew Bridgen: Would the hon. Gentleman just remind the House how long the previous Parliament ran for?
Andrew Bridgen: Does the Minister agree that the lack of Opposition interest in today's debate reflects the callous indifference of the previous Government to the plight of the small business man in the UK?
Andrew Bridgen: Does the hon. Gentleman agree that the requirement for skilled workers from abroad reflects the failure of the previous Government's education and training policies?
Andrew Bridgen: Does my hon. Friend agree that whatever the state decides to take responsibility for and control of, individuals and the voluntary sector immediately withdraw from? As he said, the Government did not invent the big society, which has always been with us, but we will, I hope, give it room to thrive.
Andrew Bridgen: The Opposition seem convinced that the introduction of the universal credit will be dogged by IT difficulties. Does that not reflect their lamentable experience in this area? What reassurance can the Secretary of State give us that we will succeed where the previous Government failed so badly?