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Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many calls were received by (a) the Metropolitan police's trafficking victim helpline and (b) the UK Human Trafficking Centre's victim helpline in October 2011.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer with reference to the letter from his Department of 13 October 2011, reference 2/05396/2011, in response to the letter from the hon. Member for Hastings and Rye of 19 September 2011, reference AR/EOR/00483, on the Growing Places Fund, when he expects to announce further details of the scheme.
Amber Rudd: What steps he plans to take to support economic growth in the south-east.
Amber Rudd: What progress he has made on implementing his proposals for additional support for disabled people to achieve elected office.
Amber Rudd: If the decision is made, will the Apache helicopters be allowed to land on Libyan soil?
Amber Rudd: On the impact assessment, have the Government assessed how many children who would previously have qualified for clinical negligence aid will no longer qualify when the changes go through?
Amber Rudd: I particularly welcome the release of public sector land to boost housing construction, but will the Minister assure me that the build now, pay later scheme will mean that taxpayers have an IOU ensuring that, when the houses are eventually sold, they will get the money back?
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: 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: What steps his Department is taking to improve rail transport in the south-east.
Amber Rudd: Is my hon. Friend aware that an organisation called the 30% Club has been set up in the City by a number of chief executives, in order for them to work together to achieve higher representation of women on their boards?
Amber Rudd: At a meeting last Friday at the Grove school in Hastings, I learnt that a whopping 48% of its new intake are on free school meals. Will the Secretary of State reassure me that sufficient funds will be available through the pupil premium to support disadvantaged students, such as those in my constituency, through their education?
Amber Rudd: Does the Minister agree that the fact that we are not cutting the NHS will really support women because they are so often carers in their family and it is so important that we support them in that important role?
Amber Rudd: What recent assessment he has made of the adequacy of the nuclear safety regime in the UK; and if he will make a statement.
Amber Rudd: Does my hon. and learned Friend agree with the CBI that the SFO must take a common-sense approach to enforcement of the Bribery Act to ensure that it is reasonable and risk based?
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs when he plans to reply to the letter from the hon. Member for Hastings and Rye of 17 February 2011, on behalf of her constituent Mr Robert Edmonds, reference AR/LS/947.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills how many and what proportion of schools in Hastings and Rye constituency sent at least one pupil to the university of (a) Oxford and (b) Cambridge in each of the last 13 years.