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Oral questions

22 November 2021 at 2:30pm

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The full text of Substantive questions is printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Substantive questions.
What plans she has for hotels used by her Department to accommodate asylum seekers.
Conservative, Tatton
UIN 904260: tabled on 16 November 2021
What steps her Department is taking to attract international workers with science, technology, maths and engineering qualifications to the UK.
Conservative, Haltemprice and Howden
UIN 904261: tabled on 16 November 2021
What steps she is taking to improve recruitment, training and retention of police officers.
Labour, Huddersfield
UIN 904262: tabled on 16 November 2021
What steps she has taken to support local partnerships to help prevent violence against women and girls.
Labour, York Central
UIN 904263: tabled on 16 November 2021
What progress her Department has made on tackling illegal migrant Channel crossings.
Conservative, Gainsborough
UIN 904264: tabled on 16 November 2021
What steps her Department is taking to tackle online fraud.
Conservative, Vale of Clwyd
UIN 904265: tabled on 16 November 2021
What steps her Department is taking to (a) tackle illegal traveller encampments and (b) support the police to evict trespassers.
Conservative, York Outer
UIN 904266: tabled on 16 November 2021
What recent assessment she has made of trends in the level of suspected modern slavery offences.
Labour, Swansea East
UIN 904267: tabled on 16 November 2021
What recent assessment she has made of the effectiveness of her Department's policies to tackle violent and sexual offences.
Labour, Rochdale
UIN 904268: tabled on 16 November 2021
What recent assessment she has made of trends in the levels of anti-social behaviour.
Labour, Lewisham West and Penge
UIN 904269: tabled on 16 November 2021
What progress she has made on the implementation of the Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme.
Labour, Dulwich and West Norwood
UIN 904270: tabled on 16 November 2021
What steps her Department is taking to tackle online fraud.
Conservative, Folkestone and Hythe
UIN 904271: tabled on 16 November 2021
What steps her Department is taking to support special constables.
Conservative, Stroud
UIN 904272: tabled on 16 November 2021
What steps she is taking to (a) tackle anti-social behaviour and (b) support victims of anti-social behaviour.
Labour, Batley and Spen
UIN 904273: tabled on 16 November 2021
What steps her Department is taking to reduce the number of small boat crossings in the Channel.
Conservative, High Peak
UIN 904274: tabled on 16 November 2021
What recent assessment her Department has made of the progress of its Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls strategy.
Conservative, Bolton North East
UIN 904275: tabled on 16 November 2021
What progress her Department has made on tackling county lines drugs gangs.
Conservative, Truro and Falmouth
UIN 904276: tabled on 16 November 2021
What progress she has made on resettling refugees under the UK Resettlement Scheme.
Liberal Democrat, Twickenham
UIN 904277: tabled on 16 November 2021
What steps she is taking to speed up the removal of illegal migrants.
Conservative, Ipswich
UIN 904278: tabled on 16 November 2021
What recent assessment she has made of the effectiveness of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971.
Scottish National Party, Lanark and Hamilton East
UIN 904279: tabled on 16 November 2021
What progress the Government has made on its recruitment target of 20,000 additional police officers by 2023.
Conservative, Clwyd South
UIN 904280: tabled on 16 November 2021
What steps she is taking to speed up the removal of illegal migrants.
Conservative, Harrow East
UIN 904281: tabled on 16 November 2021
What steps she is taking to (a) prevent and (b) speed up the removal of illegal migrants using small boats to cross the Channel; and what recent representations she has made to her French counterpart on intercepting attempted small boat crossings.
Conservative, Kettering
UIN 904282: tabled on 16 November 2021
What progress her Department has made on the reimbursement of the Immigration Health Surcharge for foreign healthcare workers in the UK.
Labour, Birmingham, Selly Oak
UIN 904283: tabled on 16 November 2021
What progress her Department has made on tackling county lines drugs gangs.
Conservative, Devizes
UIN 904284: tabled on 16 November 2021
The full text of Topical questions is not printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Topical questions.
Liberal Democrat, Westmorland and Lonsdale
UIN 904285: tabled on 16 November 2021
Conservative, South East Cornwall
UIN 904286: tabled on 16 November 2021
Labour, Edmonton
UIN 904287: tabled on 16 November 2021
Scottish National Party, Aberdeen North
UIN 904288: tabled on 16 November 2021
Labour, Erith and Thamesmead
UIN 904289: tabled on 16 November 2021
Alliance, North Down
UIN 904290: tabled on 16 November 2021
Conservative, Gainsborough
UIN 904291: tabled on 16 November 2021
Conservative, Bury South
UIN 904292: tabled on 16 November 2021
Conservative, Montgomeryshire
UIN 904293: tabled on 16 November 2021
Conservative, Weston-super-Mare
UIN 904294: tabled on 16 November 2021