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Vicky Ford: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, what contribution the UK has made to the Copernicus Programme to date.
John Bercow: Single-sentence inquiries: I call Vicky Ford.
Vicky Ford: Does the right hon. Gentleman agree that it is the role of the Government to put our citizens’ safety first, and that the Government therefore have to have the power to act in the national interest for security, and to act swiftly and confidentially, taking into account the safety of our servicemen and our allies’ servicemen?
John Bercow: We are running out of time—in a single sentence, Vicky Ford.
Vicky Ford: Will the hon. Lady give way?
Vicky Ford: What steps he is taking to reduce levels of plastic waste in the marine environment.
Vicky Ford: I thank my right hon. Friend for being completely focused on getting help to real people who need and deserve it. Can she reassure my constituent that the compensation scheme will be designed in full consultation with those people who deserve compensation?
Vicky Ford: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, whether his Department has plans to (a) bring forward legislative proposals to make compulsory and (b) promote the use of reflective or fluorescent clothing for motorbike riders.
Vicky Ford: I am pleased to hear the Secretary of State refer to a low-cost scheme. People have told me about their concern that £60,000 may be too low because there needs to be a deterrent. Will the four-year review also cover that £60,000 cap?
Vicky Ford: English universities are soon to start advertising for courses that start in 2019, after we have left the EU, and the courses will run after the transition period. Will the Minister provide an update on the fee status that will apply to EU students on those courses?
Vicky Ford: Does my hon. Friend agree that it is utterly two-faced that Labour MPs in this House are asking our Government to publish all their negotiating positions but that their friends in the European Parliament are not asking the European Commission to publish theirs?
Vicky Ford: What steps the Government are taking to encourage more women to take up STEM careers.
Vicky Ford: On Friday I attended a simulated work capability assessment in Chelmsford and it was very helpful. What progress is my hon. Friend making to ensure that all assessments for employment and support allowance and PIP can be more regularly recorded so that those with mental health and other concerns have greater transparency?
Vicky Ford: What action are the Government taking to make sure that parents cannot hide earnings from their child maintenance payment calculations?
Vicky Ford: What confidence can I give to my constituents who work in tall buildings that they will be as safe at work as people who live in tall buildings?
Vicky Ford: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?
Vicky Ford: I thank the Home Secretary for looking again at the impact of the tier 2 visa cap on doctors. Will he also look at the impact on trainee doctors such as my constituent, who has completed most of his GP specialist training on a spouse visa but, due to a marriage breakdown, now needs a tier 2 visa?
Vicky Ford: How much money was spent on disability payments in 2010, how much is being spent today and how much will be spent in 2020, and when will the Secretary of State introduce recordings of PIP assessments?
Vicky Ford: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what weighting will be given to national security objective 3 on UK prosperity in the procurement of the replacement long-range air defence deployable radar.
Vicky Ford: ..., who want to ensure that our environmental laws will be strengthened, or at least maintained, after Brexit. What reassurance would the Secretary of State like to give to the people of Chelmsford?