Labour/Co-operative MP for Feltham and Heston (16 Dec 2011 – current)
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Seema Malhotra: The example was given of the number of John Smiths there might be. There might even be a number of Seema Malhotras, but I do not know that there are as many.
Graham Stringer: Before I bring in Seema Malhotra, I have been asked whether Members who are not on the call list can intervene, as was the practice before covid-19. The answer is no, you have to be on the call list to speak. I understand there is one Member waiting outside to come into the room. The spare seat at the front is for the Opposition spokesperson—she has indicated that she is coming, but she is...
Rosie Winterton: We are having some difficulty hearing Seema Malhotra, I am afraid. Do you want to try again, Seema?
The following Member made and subscribed the Affirmation required by law : Seema Malhotra, for Feltham and Heston.
Seema Malhotra: What assessment has the Minister made of the impact of the NHS reorganisation on waiting times?
Seema Malhotra: Does my right hon. Friend agree that an accurate and complete register is important not only for an effective and fully functioning democracy, but for ensuring that other parts of our Government are working well, including the selection of juries?
Seema Malhotra: Does my hon. Friend believe that the Government cuts will help stimulate consumer demand and support local shops?
Seema Malhotra: Will the right hon. Gentleman tell us how many jobs the Work programme has created?
Seema Malhotra: What assessment he has made of the Office for Budget Responsibility’s most recent forecast of levels of unemployment in 2012.
Seema Malhotra: rose —
Seema Malhotra: Will the Secretary of State update the House on measures being taken to ensure the safety of British citizens in Syria?
Ordered , That Mrs Linda Riordan be discharged from the Justice Committee and Seema Malhotra be added.—(Geoffrey Cl ifton-Brown, on behalf of the Committee of Selection.)
Seema Malhotra: What support his Department is providing for the creative industries.
Seema Malhotra: I totally support the hon. Gentleman’s comment.
Seema Malhotra: Do you have any particular concerns about the licence framework and the processes outlined for applying for or modifying licence conditions?
Seema Malhotra: Does the Secretary of State agree that, with Heathrow supporting more than 100,000 jobs in west London, the future of Heathrow and its competitiveness needs to remain at the heart of our national aviation strategy?
Seema Malhotra: Lorries are involved in 19% of cyclist fatalities. Does the Minister support the call by The Times cycling campaign to require lorries entering city centres to have sensors and mirrors by law to reduce cycling fatalities?
Seema Malhotra: If I understood you correctly, you were fairly clear at the beginning of your evidence that there should not be any further environmental duties in the Bill. Do you think there needs to be anything in there that recognises the impact, of noise particularly, on local residents around an airport?
Division number 1 - 10 yes, 13 no Voting yes: Nicholas Dakin, Jim Fitzpatrick, Pat Glass, Tom Harris, Julie Hilling, Seema Malhotra, Fiona O'Donnell, Jim Shannon, Gavin Shuker, Graham Stringer Voting no: Fiona Bruce, Mike Freer, Chris Heaton-Harris, Julian Huppert, Kwasi Kwarteng, Nigel Mills, Mark Reckless, Alec Shelbrooke, Henry Smith, Iain Stewart, Theresa Villiers, Bill Wiggin, Simon Wright
Division number 2 - 10 yes, 12 no Voting yes: Nicholas Dakin, Jim Fitzpatrick, Pat Glass, Tom Harris, Julie Hilling, Seema Malhotra, Fiona O'Donnell, Gavin Shuker, Graham Stringer, John Woodcock Voting no: Fiona Bruce, Chris Heaton-Harris, Julian Huppert, Kwasi Kwarteng, Nigel Mills, Mark Reckless, Alec Shelbrooke, Henry Smith, Iain Stewart, Theresa Villiers, Bill Wiggin, Simon Wright