Andrew Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Education whether he has considered plans to give the non-resident parent a right of access to children in separation cases.
Andrew Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what criteria are used for awarding highly-trusted status to language schools; and what guidance her Department has provided to such schools on (a) highly-trusted status and (b) liaison with the UK Border Agency.
Andrew Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what consideration he has given to the inclusion of GCSE (a) Latin and (b) classical civilization in the English Baccalaureate language and humanities component.
Andrew Jones: I thank the Minister for giving way, because I know that he wants to make progress. As part of the process, may I ask that the support facilities for families will be considered, because, at a time when one is dealing with sick children, families are under very great pressure? There is a new facility at LGI, Eckersley house, which has been in existence for a while, but it has moved to a new...
Andrew Jones: Will the Prime Minister join me in encouraging schools in my constituency and right across the country to get involved in the Tenner Tycoon school business competition, which encourages enterprise and is running this month?
Andrew Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Health whether GP consortia will be subject to European Union (a) competition and (b) public procurement law.
Andrew Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what his policy is on steps to equalise differential pay for seafarers working on UK registered ships.
Andrew Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs what steps she is taking to protect the natural environment and nesting sites inhabited by farmland birds identified by her Department as declining in number.
Andrew Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what effect implementation of the proposals in the Health and Social Care Bill will have on the future of central targets relating to waiting times for referral from GPs to the point of treatment.
Andrew Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs pursuant to the answer to the hon. Member for Portsmouth North of 24 January 2011, Official Report, column 16W, on Australia: floods, what requests for assistance he has received from his Australian counterpart since 19 January 2011; and what assistance he has provided.
Andrew Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government what consultation he has undertaken with the construction industry in relation to the provisions of the Localism Bill that relate to planning powers.
Andrew Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what consultation he plans to undertake on the provisions of the Health and Social Care Bill.
Andrew Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what cost benefit analysis he has undertaken of the proposed high speed rail link between London and Leeds.
Andrew Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the rates of appointments missed by patients for hospital appointments were (a) nationally and (b) in Yorkshire in the latest period for which figures are available and what estimate he has made of the costs to the NHS of such missed appointments in the latest period for which figures are available.
Andrew Jones: What plans he has for the reform of rail franchising; and if he will make a statement.
Andrew Jones: I thank the Minister for that answer. Last week, the east coast main line announced a new direct service from London to Harrogate-the first for 20 years-after some excellent local work promoting the economic case for that service. As the new franchise requirements for the east coast main line are developed, will that economic case see Harrogate-London links built into those requirements?
Andrew Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change what account he plans to take of the (a) availability and (b) costs of liquid petroleum gas in his consideration of steps to assist rural areas to respond to the effects of rising oil prices.
Andrew Jones: What steps his Department is taking to protect green spaces.
Andrew Jones: In 2001, the then Secretary of State for Transport imposed planning restrictions that required councils to limit the number of parking spaces allowed in new residential developments, and set high parking charges that kept shoppers from the high street. What is the Secretary of State doing to end the war on motorists waged by Labour?
Andrew Jones: Thank you, Mr Benton, for the opportunity to speak today. I will be as brief as possible. I know that you want to finish with Members' contributions in a few minutes. I simply want to draw the attention of Members and the Minister to an organisation based in my constituency, which has been referred to earlier. That organisation has been doing excellent work to help pubs to change, thrive and...