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Andrew Bridgen: This Government are to increase the compulsory age of education to 18, thereby removing the need to incentivise 16 to 18-year-olds to stay in education. Does my right hon. Friend agree that that will increase social mobility if we offer vocational and academic studies?
Andrew Bridgen: What recent progress he has made on the introduction of the enterprise allowance.
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what recent representations his Department has received on the introduction of a legal duty of candour in healthcare.
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what recent discussions his Department has had with its international counterparts on the sustainability of sovereign debt amongst countries in the Eurozone.
Andrew Bridgen: Is the Chancellor of the Exchequer as appalled as I am by the mock anger of those on the Opposition Benches, which is a blatant attempt to mask the fact that they completely failed to regulate the banking industry that amounts to no more than blatant opportunism, and smacks of canting hypocrisy?
Andrew Bridgen: Does the hon. Gentleman agree that the duty of every elected Member of the House of Commons is to defend and protect the sovereignty of this Parliament?
Andrew Bridgen: Does the right hon. Gentleman welcome the coalition Government's reintroduction of the enterprise allowance scheme, which we have opened to people the length and breadth of the UK who have been unemployed for six months or more to help them get into self-employment?
Andrew Bridgen: Has the right hon. Lady noted that Moody's, the credit rating agency, stated last week that it is only the coalition Government's deficit reduction plan that is saving our triple A rating? If we lose that, the markets will force far higher cuts on us.
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government what steps his Department is taking to reward local authorities for making efficiencies.
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what plans he has for the future role of probation services and trusts.
Andrew Bridgen: Will the hon. Lady give way?
Andrew Bridgen: Under the previous Government, more than 4,000 new offences were created-an average of 28 new offences for every month of that Government. Does my right hon. Friend agree that we should not have a deluge of new offences under this Government?
Andrew Bridgen: How many commercial vehicles underwent Vehicle and Operator Services Agency roadside inspections in December 2010.
Andrew Bridgen: Will the Leader of the House allow time for a debate on economic confidence, especially in light of this morning's ComRes poll, which clearly shows that my right hon. Friends the Prime Minister and the Chancellor are far more trusted on the economy than their shadows?
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills whether his Department plans to review the regulatory regime for debt recovery companies.
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what recent assessment he has made of the level of trauma care provided to serving and former members of the armed forces; and if he will make a statement.
Andrew Bridgen: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?
Andrew Bridgen: Does the Secretary of State agree that the new National forest, which covers much of my constituency, is a model of what can be achieved by the private sector and the and third sector in delivering excellent access to, and enjoyment of, the amenities of our woodlands?
Andrew Bridgen: May we have an urgent debate on the provision of literacy and numeracy training for MPs? Successive shadow Chancellors have certainly struggled with the latter and cannot recognise a structural deficit even when they see it.
Andrew Bridgen: Does my hon. Friend envisage opening up the assets of these underused children's centres to community groups to expand the big society?