Ian Austin: To ask the Leader of the House, with reference to the Answer of 8 October to Question 294685 on Social Media: Harrassment, whether he has made an assessment of the effect on political debate and discussion of anonymous abuse and threats on Twitter.
Jacob Rees-Mogg: Following yesterday’s State Opening of Parliament, and for the convenience of the House, I am listing the Bills which were announced yesterday:Agriculture BillAnimal Welfare (Sentencing) BillAir Traffic Management and Unmanned Aircraft BillBirmingham Commonwealth Games BillDivorce, Dissolution and Separation BillDomestic Abuse BillEmployment (Allocation of Tips) BillEnvironment BillEuropean...
Afzal Khan: To ask the Leader of the House, with reference to the debate on EU Settlement Scheme: Looked-after Children and Care Leavers on 3 September 2019, whether he has plans to bring forward the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (Legal Aid for Separated Children) (Miscellaneous Amendments) Order 2019 for debate.
Sandy Martin: To ask the Leader of the House, which of the 48 remaining orders and notices listed on the Order Paper for Monday 30 September 2019 will be carried over into a subsequent session of Parliament following any prorogation of the current session.
Ian Austin: To ask the Leader of the House, what assessment he has made of the effect on political debate and discussion of anonymous abuse and threats on social media.
David Linden: To ask the Leader of the House, if he will publish (a) the outcome of all meetings and (b) all call logs between Ministers of his office and Mr Crispin Odey.
Stephen Doughty: To ask the Leader of the House, when he or his office first communicated to the Private Secretary to HM the Queen the request of the Government to prorogue Parliament.
Ruth Jones: To ask the Leader of the House, how much his Department spent on refreshments in (a) 2017 and (b) 2018.
Ruth Jones: To ask the Leader of the House, how much his Department spent on ministerial travel by (a) first class, (b) second class and (c) in total in 2018.
Lyn Brown: To ask the Leader of the House, what assessment he as made of the effect of the prorogation of Parliament between 9 and 12 September 2019 and the 14 October 2019 on the number of sitting days available for Parliamentary scrutiny of (a) Bills before the House and (b) Statutory Instruments relating to the UK’s Exit from the European Union subject to the (i) affirmative and (ii) negative...
Tom Brake: To ask the Leader of the House, what further legislative changes are needed to enable Departments to complete preparations for the UK leaving the EU without a deal on 31 October 2019; and how much Parliamentary time he estimates is required to pass that legislation.
Valerie Vaz: To ask the Leader of the House, when the Privy Council will next meet.
Lisa Forbes: To ask the Leader of the House, with reference to the oral contribution of the former Leader of the House of 18 July 2019, Official Report column 966, if he will meet the hon. Member for Peterborough to discuss the provision of time to debate school uniform costs.
Jon Trickett: To ask the Leader of the House, what estimate he has made of the total amount of unpaid overtime worked by staff in his Department in the last 24 months.
Seema Malhotra: To ask the Leader of the House, what discussions he has had with the Parliamentary Contributory Pension Fund on the (a) financial and (b) practical feasibility of divesting its funds from (i) fossil fuel and (ii) carbon-intensive industries.
Lucy Powell: To ask the Leader of the House, who will Chair the ministerial group on family support from conception to the age of two; and when the review by that group is planned to be published.
Gregory Campbell: To ask the Leader of the House, how much Representative Money has been made available to elected Members who have not taken the Oath since it was introduced in 2006.
Christopher Chope: To ask the Leader of the House, what steps she is taking to ensure that the Committee on Standards is supplied with sufficient information to enable its members to fulfil their remit under Standing Order 149(1) to oversee the work of the Parliamentary Commissioner On Standards in the exercise of her duties under Standing Order 150.
Andrea Leadsom: Today, the Government publishes the Parliamentary Buildings (Restoration and Renewal) Bill, which seeks to establish the statutory bodies that will be responsible for the restoration and renewal works within the Parliamentary estate, giving effect to the resolutions passed by Parliament earlier last year. In addition to Parliament having expressed its view in those resolutions, it will also...
Andrea Leadsom: Today, the Government publishes its response to the Joint Committee’s report on the draft Parliamentary Buildings (Restoration and Renewal) Bill. The Joint Committee published its report on 21 March 2019. This report followed careful consideration by the Committee, taking evidence from a range of interested experts and stakeholders. The report set out a series of helpful recommendations on...