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Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the difference is in the level of compensation payments for those affected by contaminated blood and blood products (a) in the Republic of Ireland and (b) in the UK under the settlement he announced on 10 January 2011; and for what reasons he considers that a difference in such levels is appropriate.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills how many people normally resident in (a) Hastings and Rye constituency, (b) Hastings borough council area, (c) East Sussex, (d) the South East and (e) England applied to attend university to start in the academic year (i) 2010-11 and (ii) 2011-12.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills how many (a) successful and (b) unsuccessful applicants to university from (i) Hastings and Rye constituency, (ii) Hastings borough council area, (iii) East Sussex, (iv) the south east and (v) England were from each socio-economic background in each of the last five years.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what estimate he has made of the number of students who will receive assistance from the proposed National Scholarship Programme in each of the next four years; and what criteria he expects to apply to assess eligibility for the fund.
Amber Rudd: It is interesting to observe in the remarks made by those on both sides of the House that we are not talking about lawyers. As the hon. Member for Makerfield (Yvonne Fovargue) said in her opening remarks, this debate is more about trained, local, part-time and sometimes voluntary advisers who step in to help the vulnerable in need of advice. They work in citizens advice bureaux and other...
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department when she plans to reply to the letter to the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions of 15 October 2010 transferred to her Department by the Ministerial Correspondence Unit (ref POS(31)11222/0049).
Amber Rudd: Does the Chancellor welcome, as I do, the assessment of the Centre for Economics and Business Research that for the first time ever, bankers will pay more in tax than they take home from their bonuses?
Amber Rudd: This morning I met the BBC-the business breakfast club-in Hastings, which is a group of local employers. It raised with me its concern that when offering additional work to part-time employees of 16 hours, those employees often do not want to take it up because they find themselves worse off. Will the Secretary of State advise what will be done to even that out and make sure that work does...
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what his policy is on widening access to higher education for students from disadvantaged backgrounds; and if he will make a statement.
Amber Rudd: The university centre Hastings is doing some excellent work with children from poorer families who want to go on to higher education. It is very concerned about the future of higher education for them and asked me to inquire about the national scholarship fund and what more can be done to help children on free school meals when they leave school and might need some assistance.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what estimate he has made of the (a) size and (b) monetary value of land assets held by the South East of England Development Agency.
Amber Rudd: Will the Secretary of State join me in congratulating Conservative-run East Sussex county council, which, after a disappointing grant from the Department for Education, has stepped in with £12 million of capital that it had not planned to give to ensure that the St Leonards academy is rebuilt to provide better education in Hastings?
Amber Rudd: In which regions the national citizen service will operate in the summer of 2011.
Amber Rudd: What assessment he has made of the role of tourism in stimulating economic growth.
Amber Rudd: Given that Ofcom initially believed that it would need to refer this case, due to concerns about plurality, will the Secretary of State tell us what elements of these arrangements convinced it that it should not do so?
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government what information he holds on the level of provision made by local authorities from the transitional grants for redundancy payments.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills how many young people began an engineering apprenticeship in (a) England, (b) Hastings borough council and (c) Hastings and Rye constituency in 2009-10.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills if he will estimate the number of graduates resident in (a) Hastings borough council area, (b) Hastings and Rye constituency, (c) East Sussex and (d) England who have not made a student loan repayment since the present system of student finance came into operation.
Amber Rudd: Residents of Hastings and Rye warmly welcome the additional information from the crime and policing website, but is the Home Secretary aware of the additional service it provides to women who may be coming home late at night and might feel vulnerable? That is particularly important ahead of international women’s day tomorrow.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change how many households in the Hastings Borough Council area did not have a mains supply of (a) electricity and (b) gas in the latest period for which figures are available.