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Anne-Marie Trevelyan: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, what taxpayer funded grants including EU funds have been received by the RSPB in the last five years.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: As my hon. Friend knows I am a passionate advocate of no taxation without representation. Does he agree that it is perhaps time to consider stopping the taxation of those under 18 whom we wish to stay in education or training, which is part of the policy that he talks about?
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, what estimate he has made of the level of (a) income tax and (b) National Insurance contributions paid to the public purse by people under the age of 18 in each of the last five years.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: Sexism, sir!
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: What steps his Department is taking to promote to British companies the use of UK Export Finance.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: What plans he has to broaden routes into nursing.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: My constituency is on the southern side of the border, which is just a line on the map as far as they are concerned. North Northumberland is still struggling to get the broadband it needs so that my many small villages are not cut off. Will the Minister commit that, in 2018, we will see progress there?
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, how many individuals received Support for Mortgage Interest in each of the last five years.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, what functions Serco has been contracted to perform to support the new loan system for the Support for Mortgage Interest scheme from 5 April 2018.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, how much Support for Mortgage Interest has been paid in each of the last five years; and what the maximum individual payment is in any single year.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: What progress has been made on implementing his Department's 25 Year Environment Plan.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: What steps his Department is taking to tackle the illegal wildlife trade.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: Will the Minister update the House on what the Government are doing to improve female eligibility for auto-enrolment both nationally and in my constituency of Berwick-upon-Tweed?
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: What recent assessment he has made of the potential effect of UK trade deals with poorer countries on the economies of those countries.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: Does my hon. Friend agree that it is important that the Department starts to plan now for the fisheries protection part of the regaining of our waters, and creates that level of support and robustness in future, so that fishermen can have confidence that the UK will be able to support the final position?
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, who is acting as UK Ambassador to the UN prior to Karen Pierce taking up that post.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: To ask Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, how many applications for funeral expenses payments for children under (a) two, (b) five and (c) 18 years have been made in each of the last three years.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: What assessment she has made of the effectiveness of regional organised crime units in tackling serious and organised crime.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan: What progress the Government have made in placing vulnerable Syrian families in the UK.