Kevan Jones: The right hon. and learned Gentleman talks about overstretch of the armed forces, but will he tell the House which one of those deployments he would have cut or not taken part in?
Kevan Jones: My right hon. Friend knows that many shipbuilding communities throughout the country are waiting with anticipation for the work to come on stream—it will give a lifeline to a lot of those yards—but can he give a commitment that, where workable alternatives exist in this country, those ships will be built in the UK, rather than the work being farmed out to eastern Europe, thus...
Kevan Jones: To ask the hon. Member for North Devon, representing the House of Commons Commission how much money has been made from the provision of tours of the House during the summer recess.
Kevan Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many diagnostic scans were carried out in the NHS in 2004.
Kevan Jones: I add my congratulations to the Minister on steering the Bill through. It is an excellent Bill that adds to the existing menu of laws and other restrictions that are being introduced to control antisocial behaviour in our neighbourhoods. I wish to concentrate on two aspects, the first of which is firearms. There are lots of scaremongering stories in the press suggesting that the Bill limits...
Kevan Jones: Does my right hon. Friend agree not only that the Liberal Democrats say one thing in the House and do another thing in the country, but that, tonight, Liberal Democrat Front Benchers have supported the perpetrators of crime, rather than the victims?
Kevan Jones: The Opposition were against ASBOs.
Kevan Jones: Is it now Liberal Democrat policy not to name and shame individuals? In Durham, some estates are plagued by certain individuals. Is the hon. Lady saying that they should be protected?
Kevan Jones: Will we see Liberal Democrat "Focus" leaflets published to highlight the fact that Liberal Democrats now oppose naming and shaming individuals? How will people on the estates plagued by certain individuals be able to help the police if the individuals cannot be identified? The hon. Lady's proposal is totally unworkable.
Kevan Jones: Two weeks ago, a constituent came to my surgery who is being plagued week in, week out by a group of youngsters consuming large quantities of alcohol. The hon. Gentleman describes such behaviour as high spirits, but my constituent does not, given that she is being woken up at 2 and 3 o'clock in the morning. Are the Conservatives now happy for law-abiding people such as her to be kept awake...
Kevan Jones: My constituent is saying that week in, week out, she and her neighbours are being harassed by people who are perhaps not completely drunk according to the hon. Gentleman's argument, but who are clearly causing a nuisance in that neighbourhood. Is he saying that such behaviour is acceptable?
Kevan Jones: Anyone can be a clever lawyer—there are too many in this place—but the point is that this Government are trying to tackle disorder on estates. Frankly, by referring to such hooligan-style behaviour as "high spirits" the hon. Gentleman shows just how out of touch he is.
Kevan Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence if he will make a statement on the Military Afloat Reach and Sustainability project.
Kevan Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the average amount of time taken is for Alliance Medical to provide extra scanning capacity in the NHS from winning the contract for the service to the services coming on-line.
Kevan Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what the likely in-service date is of the FRES; and what the cost of the system has been to date.
Kevan Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence if he will make a statement on the Future Rapid Effect System.
Kevan Jones: Will the hon. Lady give way?
Kevan Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what estimate she has made of the number of redundancies which may arise from the reorganisation of primary care trusts (a) in Durham and (b) in England.
Kevan Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what measures her Department uses to measure productivity in the NHS.
Kevan Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how much spare capacity she estimates will be required within the NHS to allow it to meet the Government's choice agenda.