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Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs how many instances of bovine tuberculosis were reported in east Sussex in each of the last five years.
Amber Rudd: At a recent surprise visit to my local A and E department, at the Conquest hospital, I was delighted to find a very high quality of care. Will the Minister reassure me that any local reconfiguration puts high-quality patient care at the centre of delivery?
Amber Rudd: What recent discussions she has had with her EU counterparts on reform of the common fisheries policy.
Amber Rudd: Women’s working lives often have much variation in them, as they sometimes take a few years off to have children. What assessment has my right hon. Friend made of the benefits of universal credit in taking account of such changes, specifically for women?
Amber Rudd: Does the Minister agree that the Chancellor’s announcement yesterday stopping the inexorable rise of fuel costs will be most welcome to people suffering from fuel poverty in Northern Ireland, and in Hastings and Rye?
Amber Rudd: May I ask the Prime Minister to ensure that this House remains a free and democratic institution, accountable only to voters? Does he share my indignation that some Members had to ask permission from the GMB to be here today? [Interruption.]
Amber Rudd: Did my hon. Friend experience what I did, in the similar coastal community of Hastings? During those Labour years, there was a dramatic fall in average income in comparison with the rest of the country. In Hastings, it fell by £100 a week per person during that period.
Amber Rudd: I welcome the roll-out of the e-Borders system, but what role will the border police command play from 2013, as part of the National Crime Agency, in helping to reduce illegal immigration?
Amber Rudd: Will my right hon. and learned Friend confirm that the Government intend to waive the financial eligibility limits in cases whereby a person applies for an order for protection against domestic violence, such as a non-molestation or occupation order?
Amber Rudd: What food and entertainment his Department plans to provide to service personnel on operations during the Christmas period.
Amber Rudd: I am fortunate enough to have one of those interns in my office. He is a huge asset to the office, so I congratulate the right hon. Lady and the other hon. Members who have pulled this off, because it makes an incredibly important contribution to democracy in this place.
Amber Rudd: Hastings recently fell to 19th from the bottom on the index of multiple deprivation. Can the Secretary of State reassure me that in the new assessment, with business rates as a right incentive for councils, areas of deprivation will still get the support they need from central Government while growth comes back?
Amber Rudd: Although I acknowledge the need for cuts to legal aid, may I share with the Secretary of State my concerns about local advice agencies, which sometimes provide essential local advice to the most vulnerable? Will he work closely with his ministerial colleagues to ensure that some provision is made for such agencies to continue?
Amber Rudd: I congratulate my hon. Friend on securing the much-needed funding for rape crisis centres. What does she expect the timing will be, because those centres are so greatly needed by this country?
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how much his Department spent on the provision of legal aid to prisoners in respect of human rights cases in each of the last five years.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Education how many schools were assessed as outstanding by Ofsted in Hastings and Rye constituency in each of the last five years.
Work and Pensions: Benefit freeze.
Witnesses: Rt Hon Amber Rudd MP, Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Neil Couling, Director General, Universal Credit Programme Donna Ward, Policy Director, Children, Families and Disadvantage
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what steps he is taking to reduce the burden of administration on schools.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport when he expects to reply to the letter from the hon. Member for Hastings and Rye of 16 May 2011, ref AR/EOR/00391 on the division of revenue on the Brighton mainline.
Amber Rudd: What his timetable is for the next allocations of the new homes bonus.