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Written Answers — Justice: Terrorism: Detainees (11 Nov 2010)

Dominic Raab: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what assessment he has made of proposals at EU level to review the length and conditions of pre-charge detention in member states.

Written Answers — Home Department: EU Justice and Home Affairs (11 Nov 2010)

Dominic Raab: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what powers the European Commission has to monitor UK compliance with those EU Justice and Home Affairs instruments to which the UK has opted in, under the provisions of the Lisbon treaty; and what jurisdiction the European Court of Justice has over such monitoring.

Energy and Climate Change: Floor Price (Carbon) (11 Nov 2010)

Dominic Raab: What plans he has to introduce a floor price for carbon.

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Guantanamo Civil Litigation Settlement (16 Nov 2010)

Dominic Raab: I welcome the statement. As I understand it, the mediation is designed to address the potential cost of litigation arising from the Guantanamo cases and is estimated to be between £30 million and £50 million. The inquiry is also wider than that, and will deal with non-Guantanamo cases where individuals have been detained in other countries. What is the estimated cost of the potential...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Kazakhstan: Human Rights (17 Nov 2010)

Dominic Raab: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs who will lead the UK delegation to the 2010 Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe summit of heads of state of government in Astana; and whether they will raise concerns about the human rights situation in Kazakhstan at that meeting.

Written Answers — Home Department: Arrest Warrants (17 Nov 2010)

Dominic Raab: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many European arrest warrants were issued for UK citizens in (a) 2004, (b) 2005, (c) 2006, (d) 2007, (e) 2008, (f) 2009 and (g) 2010 to the latest date for which information is available.

Business, Innovation and Skills: Socio-economic Equality Duty (18 Nov 2010)

Dominic Raab: I welcome the Minister's reply, but will she go further? The Government are consulting on related regulations to force up to 27,000 councils, schools, police forces and other bodies annually to audit their work force on age, disability, sexuality, sex changes, religion and other beliefs. Can she explain how, according the departmental answer I received this week, those requirements will not...

Active Citizenship — Debate (18 Nov 2010)

the Bishop of Guildford: ...faith. To illustrate this, I relate a conversation I had only last week with one of my clergy about a community development project in Cobham. Working with their local Member of Parliament, Dominic Raab, the local community groups developed a project with the county council. It is not badged as a faith project, but the churches are the most active participants and active church members are...

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Financial Assistance (Ireland) (22 Nov 2010)

Dominic Raab: The Chancellor has set out the national interest in supporting a close trading partner and avoiding the systemic risks posed by an Irish default. How can we mitigate a third risk-the moral hazard of the taxpayer picking up the tab for yet another banking bail-out?

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Controlling Migration (23 Nov 2010)

Dominic Raab: I welcome the statement. Does the Home Secretary agree that the UK economy's dependence on skilled labour from abroad highlights two of the starkest failures under the last Government: the promotion of welfare dependency, and the failure to improve skills and training?

Fixed-Term Parliaments Bill (Programme) (No. 2): Clause 2 — Early parliamentary general elections (24 Nov 2010)

Dominic Raab: This is my first opportunity to speak on the Bill. Before I deal with the specific clause and amendments, I want to say that I generally support the idea of having fixed-term Parliaments because it will promote the basic concept of electoral fairness, end some of the deal-making and lack of scrutiny we have seen inherent in the wash-up procedures, improve electoral planning for the Electoral...

Oral Answers to Questions — Deputy Prime Minister: Topical Questions (30 Nov 2010)

Dominic Raab: I welcome the Deputy Prime Minister's consultation on the freedom Bill. Is he aware that terrorism convictions have plummeted by 91% in the past four years, and will he continue to support the repeal of control orders and the ban on intercept evidence so that we can prosecute more terrorists and defend our freedoms?

Safe Standing (Football Stadia): European Union Bill (7 Dec 2010)

Dominic Raab: I welcome the Bill. It needs some work before I will be in a position to support it on Third Reading, but it provides a base on which to build. In the time available, I should like to make four points on the substance. First, many hon. Members said of the significance condition that "significant" is not defined. Given how the previous Government reneged on their promised referendum on the...

Crown Currency Exchange (7 Dec 2010)

Dominic Raab: A number of my constituents have also lost money in this case. I recognise the limited remit of the FSA, but should it have registered CCE when, as I understand it, one of CCE's directors had a criminal conviction? Was that an example of maladministration, or will that be reviewed?

Business of the House (9 Dec 2010)

Dominic Raab: Last week, the Financial Times investigated the EU structural funds for poorer regions. It found £500 million paid out in error and £92 million of suspected fraud last year alone. Mercifully, only 10% of the funds have been paid out. May we have a statement and a debate on the action that is being taken to whip OLAF, the EU's anti-fraud body, into shape and prevent the remaining £260...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Topical Questions (14 Dec 2010)

Dominic Raab: Last week the Nobel peace prize was awarded to Liu Xiaobo as he languishes in a Chinese jail. This comes as some EU states want to lift the arms embargo on China. Does my right hon. Friend join me in deploring China's record of state torture and crushing peaceful dissent? Will he stiffen spines in Brussels so that the EU sends a clear message to China that it cannot behave like a thug and...

Written Answers — Home Department: Public Order Offences (20 Dec 2010)

Dominic Raab: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many people were (a) arrested and (b) charged with using insulting words or behaviour under section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986 in (i) 2000, (ii) 2001, (iii) 2002, (iv) 2003, (v) 2004, (vi) 2005, (vii) 2006, (viii) 2007, (ix) 2008, (x) 2009 and (xi) 2010.

Written Answers — Justice: Public Order Offences: Convictions (20 Dec 2010)

Dominic Raab: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many people were convicted (1) for using insulting words or behaviour under section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986 in (a) 2000, (b) 2001, (c) 2002, (d) 2003, (e) 2004, (f) 2005, (g) 2006, (h) 2007, (i) 2008, (j) 2009 and (k) 2010; (2) under section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986 in (a) 2000, (b) 2001, (c) 2002, (d) 2003, (e)...

Written Answers — Home Department: Public Order Offences (21 Dec 2010)

Dominic Raab: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many people were (a) arrested and (b) charged under section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986 in (i) 2000, (ii) 2001, (iii) 2002, (iv) 2003, (v) 2004, (vi) 2005, (viii) 2006, (ix) 2007, (x) 2008, (xi) 2009 and (xii) 2010.

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Dyson Report (21 Dec 2010)

Dominic Raab: What plans he has to implement the recommendations of the Dyson report on new technology.


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