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Amber Rudd: Affordable and quality child care is essential to allow women to enter or stay in the work force. What additional investment are the Government putting into child care to ensure that women can make that choice if they wish?
Amber Rudd: The Child Support Agency’s office for London and the south-east is in Hastings. It employs nearly 1,000 to do an often difficult and challenging job. When the Minister brings forward her reform plans, I ask her to ensure that this important service is not relocated, because a great deal of local expertise has been built up.
Amber Rudd: I am talking about evidence, and every Member present has been talking about their own evidence—
Amber Rudd: Does my hon. Friend agree that it is testament to the need for this Bill, and to the way in which it has been handled and prepared, that there is so much unity among Members and among parties on the need to do something and to address the issue urgently?
Amber Rudd: (Urgent Question): To ask the Secretary of State if she will make a statement about the decision on fish discards arrived at this week in the European Council meeting of Fisheries Ministers.
Work and Pensions: The work of the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.
Witnesses: Rt Hon Amber Rudd MP, Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Department for Work and Pensions Neil Couling CBE, Change Director General and Senior Responsible Owner, Universal Credit, Department for Work and Pensions Emma Haddad, Director General - Service Excellence, Department for Work and Pensions
Amber Rudd: What recent discussions representatives of his Department have had with representatives of the Scottish agricultural industry.
Amber Rudd: The multitude of examination boards is confusing for pupils, schools and, above all, universities. May I urge the Secretary of State to work closely with the Russell group, the leading group of universities, to make sure that we have an independent, rigorous examination board in which all universities can have confidence?
Amber Rudd: In a year of unprecedented operational demand, with the Olympics following Euro 2012 events, recorded crime in East Sussex is at its lowest in five years. Will the Home Secretary join me in congratulating East Sussex police force on its excellent work in reducing crime in the county and in my constituency?
Amber Rudd: A woefully inadequate number of new houses were built in Labour’s 13 years in government. What progress is being made on new houses in areas such as Hastings and Rye, so that young people have a chance of getting on the property ladder?
Amber Rudd: Many of my constituents have written to me to express their support for House of Lords reform, but many have also taken the opportunity to remind me of our need to reduce the cost of politics. Will the Deputy Prime Minister tell us whether the reforms will significantly increase the cost of politics?
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change what contingency plans he has made to ensure that non-local authority employed care workers retain access to adequate fuel supplies in case of any restriction of supplies caused by industrial action.
Amber Rudd: What progress his Department has made on the introduction of the green deal.
Amber Rudd: Fifty per cent. of SME 500 companies were set up during the recession. Now is the time to encourage entrepreneurs. It takes courage, grit and determination to be an entrepreneur. May I urge the Minister to do all he can to help people to set up businesses and create employment?
Amber Rudd: What steps he is taking to improve the completeness and accuracy of the electoral register.
Amber Rudd: My constituency has the most beautiful caravan sites in the country. I have the honour of presenting this petition on behalf of my constituents. The Petition of residents of Hastings Rye constituency. [P001055]
Amber Rudd: What recent assessment he has made of the humanitarian situation in the Sahel.
Amber Rudd: In the context of the NATO summit and the planned withdrawal from Afghanistan, what assessment has the Secretary of State made of the provision for women’s rights after our departure?
Amber Rudd: I am immensely proud of the commitment to international aid made by this country, but I am concerned about the levels of some of the other members of the G8. May I urge the Prime Minister to use next year’s presidency to remind some of the other members of their Gleneagles commitment?
Amber Rudd: Will the Secretary of State confirm that the Scout specialist vehicle will go ahead, giving much needed certainty both to the armed forces and the supplier, General Dynamics, a valued employer in my constituency?