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Andrew Bridgen: What further plans her Department has to reduce the number of non-departmental public bodies for which it is responsible.
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what the timetable is for the establishment of a single economic crime agency.
Andrew Bridgen: What assessment he has made of the potential benefit to small and medium-sized enterprises of the new Defence Industrial Strategy.
Andrew Bridgen: Will my right hon. Friend join me in congratulating cadet forces in the year in which they celebrate 150 years of activity in the UK? What assurances can he offer the combined cadet forces so that they can play their part in the big society following the strategic defence review?
Andrew Bridgen: Does my hon. Friend agree that the majority of Members and the majority of the public out on the streets will not believe that a 10% payout even on a £5 billion liability is either a fair or equitable result for policyholders?
Andrew Bridgen: Whether historical wind measurements are taken into account in determining subsidy allocation for onshore wind farms.
Andrew Bridgen: If he will make a statement on his departmental responsibilities.
Andrew Bridgen: Does the hon. Lady agree that the main thing that we can learn from the economy of the Republic of Ireland is that we were right not to join the euro and should never do so?
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change if he will take steps to change the rules of feed-in tariffs so those who installed microgenerators before 15 July 2009 will benefit to the same extent as those who installed microgenerators after this date.
Andrew Bridgen: What recent estimate he has made of the proportion of the central Government tax take from residents of the east midlands which is spent on that region.
Andrew Bridgen: In my constituency, more than 7,000 jobs are directly linked to east midlands airport. I believe that it has been shown that there would be no environmental or fiscal gain from the introduction of a per plane tax, as flights would simply divert to other European hubs. Is the Economic Secretary willing to reconsider any plans for a per plane tax, and will she meet me as a matter of urgency to...
Andrew Bridgen: Is not the crux of the problem the huge amounts of subsidy involved in operating wind farms, as my hon. Friend is explaining? I understand that it is in the region of £20,000 per mast to the landowner per annum and £100,000 possibly to the operator. That is what is driving the keenness to build wind farms, and we are in real danger of the sustainable tail wagging the energy dog.
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how many complaints the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency has received from driving licence holders who claim to have had categories deleted from their driving licence on renewal or replacement in each year since 2007.
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what proportion of calls to the Tax Credit Helpline (a) took over 30 seconds to answer and (b) were lost in the last 12 months.
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government what steps he is taking to make the tendering process of local government building contracts more accessible to small and medium-sized businesses.
Andrew Bridgen: Does my right hon. Friend agree that the reason why the previous Labour Government failed to hold a spending review was because they bottled their responsibilities? Does he also agree that Labour Members are still running away from those now and that the cuts that we are seeing are no more than the butcher's bill for 13 years of Labour profligacy and waste?
Andrew Bridgen: Will my hon. Friend please confirm that offering salary packages to local government bureaucrats in excess of that earned by the Prime Minister will not form part of the strategy to recruit such people?
Andrew Bridgen: Does my hon. Friend agree that the Bill is in fact a Trojan horse, out of which could spring lots of legislation that could lead to making the UK economy far less competitive, damaging industrial relations and the potential for growth in the economy in the difficult times ahead?
Andrew Bridgen: What recent progress has been made on the roll out of broadband to rural areas.
Andrew Bridgen: To ask the Secretary of State for Health by what means he plans to ring-fence the newly allocated budget for respite care; and what mechanisms will be in place for (a) application for and (b) allocation of funds from that budget.