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...Voting yes: Heidi Alexander, Lyn Brown, Stella Creasy, David Hanson, Kelvin Hopkins, Christopher Leslie, Gavin Shuker Voting no: David Gauke, Robert Goodwill, Matthew Hancock, Richard Harrington, Guy Opperman, Mel Stride, Martin Vickers, Stephen Williams
...Alexander, Lyn Brown, Stella Creasy, David Hanson, Kelvin Hopkins, Christopher Leslie, Gavin Shuker Voting no: Gordon Birtwistle, David Gauke, Robert Goodwill, Matthew Hancock, Richard Harrington, Guy Opperman, Mel Stride, Martin Vickers
Guy Opperman: Does the right hon. Gentleman accept that savings would have to be made whichever party was in government? Will he give us a preliminary figure that he-personally or as the Chair of the Committee-would accept for the reduction in police budgets and numbers?
Guy Opperman: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice (1) how many prisons in the north-east are smoke-free; (2) whether any prison in the north-east has a smoke-free wing.
Guy Opperman: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what steps are being taken to ensure that individual prisons are smoke-free.
Guy Opperman: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what mechanisms are in place to ensure the accuracy of crime statistics.
Guy Opperman: I disclose my former profession as a barrister. Tynedale in Northumberland has almost 1,000 square miles without a court. The consultation used poor-quality figures and they were badly applied. If they are wrong, does the Minister accept that the claim is capable of judicial review?
Guy Opperman: What recent representations he has received on the objectives of vocational education; and if he will make a statement.
Guy Opperman: Does my hon. Friend agree that it cannot be right that we have inherited a system under which approximately 300 of the 1,000 prisoners in my major local prison of Durham are on methadone? The reality is that either we give them drugs on a prescribed basis, or they will obtain drugs illegally. What does she think we should do about that?
Guy Opperman: A business man from near Hexham has all his employees on winter tyres. He put the issue very simply to me; he said, "You wouldn't go out wearing flip-flops in winter. You would put on suitable footwear. Why do we not do the same with a car?"
Guy Opperman: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what recent research he has evaluated on the transfer of responsibility for teaching standards from government to schools.
Guy Opperman: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what his policy is on the inclusion of (a) independence, (b) economic well-being and (c) emotional intelligence skills training in vocational qualifications.
Guy Opperman: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what future provision he plans to make in respect of assistance with travel to vocational education in Hexham.
Guy Opperman: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office what objectives he set for his Department's review of public bodies.
Guy Opperman: To ask the Secretary of State for Education whether he has received recent representations on the inclusion of a vocational component in the curriculum for 14 year olds in school in West Northumberland.
Guy Opperman: I am grateful for the opportunity to speak in this debate, which is timely and well-intentioned. Given the harsh weather conditions leading up to Christmas last year, fuel poverty has never been of such concern to the people of Hexham. I represent well over 1,000 square miles of rural Northumberland, and the subject is most important to my constituents. It is no exaggeration to say that many...
Guy Opperman: I must declare an interest at the outset as a jockey. I hold a category B amateur rider's licence. As hon. Members will see as I strain to do up my jacket, I have a bit of problem. I blame Gordon Brown and the last election for many things, but in particular it put a stone on my weight, such that the winners I rode in 2009 I could not necessarily ride today. I have ridden out for and helped a...
Guy Opperman: I remind the House that I had a former profession as a barrister for the Attorney-General. The Home Secretary has said that the curfew element of the control order will be replaced by-
Guy Opperman: I thank you, Mrs Main, and the hon. Member for Sedgefield (Phil Wilson) for giving me the opportunity to speak in this important debate. We all accept that community cohesion is a wide-ranging notion. We all want to live in a community where we feel safe from crime, where we give our children a good education and where everyone comes together at times of need to help those who need help...
Guy Opperman: What steps he is taking to encourage the take-up of low-emission vehicles.