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Guy Opperman: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many identity cards have been provided to employees of (a) Manchester Airport Group, (b) London City Airport Group, (c) her Department and (d) other Government Departments.
..., Catherine McKinnell, Shabana Mahmood, Grahame Morris, Bridget Phillipson Voting no: Aidan Burley, Lynne Featherstone, Damian Green, Robert Halfon, Gordon Henderson, Julian Huppert, Nigel Mills, Guy Opperman, Edward Timpson, Jeremy Wright
Guy Opperman: To be fair, in the past 13 years, the hon. Gentleman's own Government made immense efforts with the judiciary to change previous judicial thinking, however misinformed it may have been, as the judiciary would tell him. The previous Government did a huge amount; does he not agree with that?
Guy Opperman: What recent representations he has received on funding for schools in Hexham constituency; and if he will make a statement.
Guy Opperman: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many identity cards have been provided to people employed at (a) Manchester Airport other than direct employees of Manchester Airport Group, (b) London City Airport other than direct employees of London City Airport Group, (c) her Department other than its direct employees and (d) other Government departments other than their...
Claire Perry: ..., including my hon. Friend the Member for North Swindon (Justin Tomlinson), for taking time out of their hectic schedules to attend. I am grateful to my hon. Friend the Member for Hexham (Guy Opperman), who, as many will know, worked selflessly on the judicial review that resulted from the shutdown of services at Savernake hospital. If I had a pound for every time I was told during my...
Jimmy Hood: The hon. Member for Hexham (Guy Opperman) has assured me that he will take only two minutes.
Guy Opperman: Does my hon. Friend agree that Labour Members have gone-[Hon. Members: "They've gone."] Indeed, they have gone-there are but five left. Does my hon. Friend agree that they have gone from being anti-Tory in 1997 to a Blairite conversion, which they now disdain, to all talking Balls?
Guy Opperman: What discussions he has had with ministerial colleagues and the Scottish Executive on upgrading the A1 in Scotland.
Guy Opperman: Surely it is a matter for both natural justice and judicial review? I am sure that the Minister has taken very good advice, but if he does not open the process up and give people the opportunity to make representations on the process, he will lay himself open to many more problems in the future.
Guy Opperman: I will be brief as well. Many would have liked to speak in this debate, but time is short. I pay tribute to today's maiden speeches, particularly that of my neighbour, my hon. Friend the Member for Penrith and The Border (Rory Stewart). Together, the two of us represent 2,500 square miles-it would cover several countries. He has walked across his, I have attempted to ride across mine, and I...
Iain Wright: ...a good north-eastern Member in the form of my hon. Friend the Member for Wansbeck (Ian Lavery). As I said, I shall focus on North Tees and Hartlepool, but I think that the hon. Member for Hexham (Guy Opperman) will wish to catch your eye, Mr Sheridan, and widen the debate so that it has a more regional perspective. I thank him for writing me a note, asking to participate in the debate. I...
Guy Opperman: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what representations she has received from industry bodies on proposals to ban the sale of alcohol at below cost price.
Guy Opperman: Will the right hon. Gentleman give way?
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Guy Opperman: Does the hon. Lady expect the repayment to be made to those persons who received that particular facility for free?
Guy Opperman: What steps he is taking to improve arrangements for monitoring the effectiveness of the delivery of overseas aid.
Guy Opperman: As we are aware, there is guidance in Scotland, which is manifestly different from the position in England. Does my hon. Friend agree that the right way forward would be the adoption of the guidance that exists in Scotland, which protects the 2 km from people's houses on an ongoing basis? If we had that, everything would be a lot simpler.
Guy Opperman: The hon. Lady has referred to many good things about the European budget. Is she, in her shadow ministerial role, able to identify anything that she would cut?
Guy Opperman: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what steps he is taking to encourage banks to lend to small businesses.