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Written Answers — Electoral Commission Committee: Police and Crime Commissioners (6 Dec 2012)

Gary Streeter: The Electoral Commission has a statutory duty to report on the administration of police and crime commissioner elections. It expects to publish its report on the recent elections by the end of February 2013. The Commission will use evidence about the experiences of voters, candidates and returning officers to identify whether improvements can be made for future elections. It will examine: the...

Remploy Factories (4 Dec 2012)

Gary Streeter: Order. Mr Jim McGovern is about to finish his intervention.

Gangs and Youth Violence (2011 Riots) — [Mr Gary Streeter in the Chair] (4 Dec 2012)

Gary Streeter: Order. I am reluctant to interrupt, but there is a Division in the House, so I am afraid that the sitting is suspended for 15 minutes. Sitting suspended for a Division in the House. On resuming —

Sexual Abuse Offences (3 Dec 2012)

Gary Streeter: In February 2011, my constituent Margaret Felwick contacted the police to report a serious sexual abuse offence carried out on her by her brother, Mr Geoffrey Genge. The offence had taken place 50 years before, but Mrs Felwick had never felt able to bring the incident to light. On discovering that her sister and cousin had also been abused by Mr Genge, Mrs Felwick could be silent no longer....

Written Answers — Electoral Commission Committee: Police and Crime Commissioners (27 Nov 2012)

Gary Streeter: It is not possible to analyse voting behaviour by age using official data, because dates of birth are not currently recorded for all electors. The Electoral Commission therefore cannot estimate the number of people aged under 25 who voted in the police and crime commissioner elections in November 2012. The Electoral Commission has a statutory duty under the Political Parties, Elections and...

Written Answers — Treasury: Ict (21 Nov 2012)

Gary Streeter: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will instruct his Department to instal a digital display outside his Department's Whitehall building showing the current (a) level of public debt, (b) relevant annual interest payment and (c) the annual budget deficit.

Written Answers — Health: Lung Cancer (19 Nov 2012)

Gary Streeter: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what assessment his Department has made of the potential effect of selenium supplementation on the incidence of lung cancer in women.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Family Perinatal Support and Adoption (7 Nov 2012)

Andrea Leadsom: ..., will become one of the greatest achievements of the 21st century. Question put and agreed to . Ordered , That Andrea Leadsom, Fiona Bruce, Harriet Baldwin, Jim Shannon, Mr Frank Field, Mr Graham Allen, Andrew Selous, Damian Hinds, Tim Loughton, Meg Munn, Mr Gary Streeter and Robert Halfon present the Bill. Andrea Leadsom accordingly presented the Bill. Bill read the First time; to be...

Written Answers — Electoral Commission Committee: Lobbying (7 Nov 2012)

Gary Streeter: The Speaker's Committee's functions in relation to the Electoral Commission, which is independent of Government, are closely defined by the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000, as amended. Its primary functions are (a) examination of the Commission's draft estimates and five-year plans, and (b) oversight of the procedure for the selection of individuals to be put forward for...

Written Answers — Electoral Commission Committee: Political Parties: Finance (7 Nov 2012)

Gary Streeter: The Electoral Commission has awarded a contract to Woodnewton Associates to conduct a stakeholder survey and analysis to help it better understand what stakeholders think that its priorities should be and where improvements could be made to how it operates. The Electoral Commission has written to a range of stakeholders, including hon. Members, Members of the House of Lords, political parties...

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Affordable Housing (6 Nov 2012)

Gary Streeter: Rather than spending money we do not yet have, would it not be better for the Department to continue to work with the Department for Communities and Local Government and others in unlocking major housing schemes which have become stuck in recent years, such as the proposed new town of Sherford in my constituency? Is that not a better way of building affordable homes and boosting the economy?

Written Answers — Electoral Commission Committee: Electoral Commission: Finance (1 Nov 2012)

Gary Streeter: Over the spending review period to 2014-15 the Electoral Commission is on target to make a reduction of 30%, or approximately £4.7 million, against its core budget. It has achieved this by cutting spending on office accommodation, travel and subsistence, and staffing. In 2011-12 the National Audit Office reported that the Commission's cost reduction plans compared well with those being...

Oral Answers to Questions — International Development: Democratic Republic of the Congo (31 Oct 2012)

Gary Streeter: Is it not worth putting on record the fact that Rwanda has made tremendous strides in the last 15 years since the troubles of the 1990s, in no small part thanks to substantial assistance from the United Kingdom Government? That is something we should absolutely be proud of.

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Badger Culling (25 Oct 2012)

Gary Streeter: But if we do not proceed with the culls next year is not the risk that the impact on farmers’ livelihoods and mental health will continue? This is a dreadful disease and it is extremely distressing to farmers that they have to cope with it.

Oral Answers to Questions — Electoral Commission: Voter Registration (25 Oct 2012)

Gary Streeter: The commission runs public information campaigns before elections and referendums to encourage people to register to vote. The campaigns are targeted towards groups less likely to be on the electoral register, including young people. The commission also provides guidance and sets standards for awareness to be raised locally by electoral registration officers, for which it has provided a range...

Unpaid Work Orders (Pilot Scheme) (24 Oct 2012)

John Glen: ...individuals concerned, either financially or in kind. In my view, £593 million of unpaid fines is too much, and the situation should not be allowed to continue. I commend this Bill to the House. Question put and agreed to. Ordered, That John Glen, Mr Gary Streeter, Charlie Elphicke, Jeremy Lefroy, Priti Patel, Ms Gisela Stuart, Mr Robert Buckland, Mr Aidan Burley, Fiona Bruce, Nick de...

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Bovine TB and Badger Control (23 Oct 2012)

Gary Streeter: I commend the Secretary of State for acting so decisively today, following the change of heart by the NFU. Although dairy farmers in south Devon will, of course, be disappointed, they will understand it, provided that he continues to say, day after day, that this is just a delay, not a change of policy, and that the cull will take place in 2013.

Written Answers — Electoral Commission Committee: Electoral Register (23 Oct 2012)

Gary Streeter: The Electoral Commission is running a public awareness campaign ahead of the elections on 15 November. The campaign will include an information booklet with details of the registration deadline and how to register to vote, which will be sent to every household in areas where the elections are taking place. This will be supported by TV, radio, press and online advertising. The campaign will...

Written Answers — Electoral Commission Committee: Police and Crime Commissioners: Elections (23 Oct 2012)

Gary Streeter: The Electoral Commission is running a public awareness campaign ahead of the elections on 15 November. The campaign includes an information booklet, which will be sent to every household in areas where the elections are taking place. This booklet includes details on the role of the Police and Crime Commissioner, the date of the election, how to fill in the ballot paper and information on how...

Written Answers — Transport: West Coast Railway Line: Franchises (22 Oct 2012)

Gary Streeter: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what assessment he has made of the effect that the recent problems with the franchise of the West Coast Mainline will have on the granting of new rail franchises in the West Country.


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