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Jo Swinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change what recent estimate he has made of average installation times for those ordering solar photovoltaic installations (a) nationally and (b) in each nation and region.
Jo Swinson: A recent ActionAid survey found that 86% of Afghan women worry about the return of a Taliban-style Government when international troops leave. What will the Ministry of Defence do in the lead-up to the planned withdrawal of troops in 2014 to ensure that we leave as a legacy an Afghanistan where there is safety and security for women as well as for men?
Jo Swinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change what his policy is on provision of support to businesses to meet the obligations arising from implementation of the measures in phase 1 of the comprehensive review of feed-in tariffs.
Jo Swinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change what consideration he has given to potential adverse weather conditions in the implementation of the measures in phase 1 of the comprehensive review of feed-in tariffs.
Jo Swinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change what his policy is on measures to compensate those who have ordered a solar photovoltaic installation but cannot meet the deadlines set out in phase 1 of the comprehensive review of feed-in tariffs.
Jo Swinson: Iran’s continued nuclear weapons programme and the rising tensions in Israel constitute a terrifying tinderbox in the middle east. The military rhetoric from some quarters in the United States is very worrying. How is the Foreign Secretary using our improving bilateral relationships with Brazil, India and other emerging economies to increase the economic and diplomatic pressure on Iran?
Jo Swinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland what steps the Government is taking to help small and medium-sized enterprises to grow in Scotland.
Jo Swinson: My constituent Julia Donaldson is the author of many much-loved children’s books, including “The Gruffalo”, and she is also the children’s laureate. As a passionate advocate of the benefits of reading for children, she is also concerned about the possible impact of library closures. Will the Secretary of State agree to meet Julia and a group of campaigners to discuss the issue?
Jo Swinson: What steps he has taken in support of the Parliament week initiative; and if he will make a statement.
Jo Swinson: I welcome my right hon. Friend’s improved offer on public sector pensions, which shows that the Government are serious about meaningful negotiations. Will he challenge the rather misleading claims from some quarters that people will have to pay more, work longer and get less? Surely the truth is that—although people will indeed have to pay more and work longer—far from getting less,...
Jo Swinson: I am concerned by reports that the Government are considering breaking with the 20-year convention of uprating pensions and benefits by the September inflation figure, now that the CPI has come in at 5.2%. Does the Chancellor recognise that it would be unfair to change the rules of the game suddenly, hurting vulnerable pensioners and disabled people in the process?
Jo Swinson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what the (a) average time to answer a call, (b) average length of a call, (c) average time spent on hold during a call and (d) proportion of calls dropped was in call centres run by HM Revenue and Customs in the last period for which figures are available.
Jo Swinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs when her Department plans to make a decision on the introduction of regulations requiring mandatory public reporting of greenhouse gas emissions by businesses.
Jo Swinson: I greatly welcome the Prime Minister’s leadership on Libya. Its liberation is a success not only for the Libyan people but for proving that the international community can act together to implement the responsibility to protect. However, does he agree that we must also exercise caution? Intervention under R2P must be used sparingly and only in cases that meet all the relevant criteria, such...
Jo Swinson: What recent discussions he has had with energy suppliers on the provision to consumers of information on how to access the cheapest tariff.
Jo Swinson: I welcome my neighbour to his first appearance at the Dispatch Box. Given what he has just said about his party believing that this is not too high a price to pay, and given that the changes are not coming in and affecting those women until 2019-20, is he making a commitment today that were Labour to win the next election, the changes would be reversed?
Jo Swinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what steps his Department will take to ensure the proper representation of women at the International Afghanistan Conference in Bonn in December 2011.
Jo Swinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what recent discussions he has had with the Government of Afghanistan on the involvement of women in the peace and reconciliation process in that country.
Jo Swinson: Surely it is important, however, for the House to make it clear that MPs should not be treated differently from other public sector workers. In particular, we should try to avoid a repeat of the bizarre situation earlier this year in which we had to take back powers to set our own pay because the Senior Salaries Review Body had recommended a pay rise for MPs in a year when the rest of the...
Jo Swinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) how many (a) children and (b) adults were admitted to hospital for eating disorders in each of the last five years; (2) how many (a) boys and (b) girls aged (i) under 10, (ii) between 10 and 18 and (iii) over 18 years were admitted to hospital for eating disorders in each of the last five years; (3) what estimate he has made of the cost to the...