Angus MacNeil: Does the hon. Lady agree that providing calorific information, as opposed to just the unit content of alcohol, on a bottle might have a significant impact on a large number of women who care a lot about the calories that they consume? If that was set out on alcohol packaging, it might help to alleviate the problems that she mentions.
Angus MacNeil: I take issue with the right hon. Gentleman when he says that it is all a matter of individual preference. I travel from the Hebrides, and if we had a 1 o’clock start on Monday the furthest I could get by that time is Glasgow airport.
Angus MacNeil: What can the public do at the moment to kick out an underperforming life peer?
Angus MacNeil: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what estimate she has made of the proportion of fishing vessels and small crafts in each constituent part of the UK using digital selective calling.
Angus MacNeil: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what (a) independent and (b) internal assessments of risk her Department has commissioned on the ban on using 2182 kHz as the medium frequency distress, alerting and calling frequency.
Angus MacNeil: ...on the ability of small craft and fishing vessel fleets in each constituent part of the UK to exclusively use the digital selective calling system for emergency calls rather than using the 2182 kHz frequency.
Angus MacNeil: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how much (a) her Department and (b) HM Coastguard have spent on updating medium frequency radio equipment.
Angus MacNeil: ...Secretary of State for Transport whether her Department carried out any consultations with the devolved Administrations on shifting emergency calls from distress, alerting and calling frequency 2182 kHz to the digital select calling system.
Angus MacNeil: Has the hon. Gentleman made many speeches in this House on those subjects, or is he just here to talk about House of Lords reform?
Angus MacNeil: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what progress his Department has made on securing public and private investments for the funding of the projects in the National Infrastructure Plan 2011, by project; and what the (a) funding source, (b) funding amount secured, (c) total funding amount required and (d) potential Barnett consequential to be paid to Scotland is for each such project.
Angus MacNeil: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what estimate he has made of the Barnett consequentials that would be paid to Scotland for the UK Government's funding of phase one of High Speed Rail 2.
Angus MacNeil: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what Barnett consequentials have been paid to Scotland for the UK Government's funding of the Crossrail project.
Presentation and First Reading ( Standing Order No. 57) Mr Mike Weir, supported by Hywel Williams, Mr Nigel Dodds, Sarah Newton, Albert Owen, Mr Alan Reid, Ms Margaret Ritchie, Sir Robert Smith, Mr Angus Brendan MacNeil, Katy Clark and Dr Thérèse Coffey, presented a Bill to provide for the early payment of winter fuel allowance to eligible persons whose residences are not connected...
Angus MacNeil: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how much has been spent from the public purse on emergency towing vessels in the waters around Scotland in each year since 2005.
Angus MacNeil: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how much has been spent from the public purse on temporary emergency towing vessel contracts in each month since withdrawal of funding for permanent cover.
Angus MacNeil: Does the hon. Gentleman consider the Norwegians to have been a great example of setting up an oil fund for future generations to ensure that their oil wealth was not squandered in one generation?
Angus MacNeil: indicated assent.
Angus MacNeil: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what representations her Department has received from the (a) European Union, (b) European Council, (c) European Commission, (d) European Parliament and (e) other interested parties on the creation of an integrated EU coastguard service.
Angus MacNeil: I want to put it on the record that the pilot scheme seems to be working well. Indeed, I hope that it will be rolled out further and be made a permanent scheme in the future.
Angus MacNeil: My hon. Friend mentions the defence footprint. He will be aware that Scotland contributes about £3.3 billion to the defence pot, but only gets back about £2 billion of the spend.