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Oral questions

17 January 2022 at 2:30pm

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The full text of Substantive questions is printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Substantive questions.
What progress she has made on reducing the number of illegal small boat crossings in the Channel.
Conservative, Preseli Pembrokeshire
UIN 905030: tabled on 11 January 2022
What discussions she has had with the Attorney General on taking steps to increase the prosecution rate for rape.
Labour, Warwick and Leamington
UIN 905031: tabled on 11 January 2022
What progress she is making on removing failed asylum seekers from the UK; and if she will make a statement.
Conservative, Tewkesbury
UIN 905032: tabled on 11 January 2022
What steps her Department is taking to improve support for victims of domestic abuse.
Labour, Worsley and Eccles South
UIN 905033: tabled on 11 January 2022
What steps she has taken to expedite the processing of Windrush Compensation Scheme claims.
Labour, Hornsey and Wood Green
UIN 905034: tabled on 11 January 2022
What progress she has made on reducing the number of illegal small boat crossings in the Channel.
Conservative, South West Bedfordshire
UIN 905035: tabled on 11 January 2022
What steps she is taking to reduce the number of migrants crossing the Channel illegally.
Conservative, Shipley
UIN 905036: tabled on 11 January 2022
What discussions she has had with (a) the Equalities Office and (b) women’s rights campaigners on the effectiveness of (i) the Path Community app and (ii) other online safety tools.
Liberal Democrat, Richmond Park
UIN 905037: tabled on 11 January 2022
What steps her Department is taking to ensure that the police are adequately funded to enable them to reduce crime.
Conservative, Darlington
UIN 905038: tabled on 11 January 2022
What plans her Department has to tackle online child sexual abuse and exploitation.
Conservative, Eddisbury
UIN 905039: tabled on 11 January 2022
What plans she has to increase the number of police community support officers.
Labour, Bedford
UIN 905040: tabled on 11 January 2022
What steps she is taking to reduce knife crime.
Conservative, Bexhill and Battle
UIN 905041: tabled on 11 January 2022
What progress the Government has made on improving resources for South Wales Police.
Conservative, Vale of Glamorgan
UIN 905042: tabled on 11 January 2022
What recent estimate she has made of the number of asylum applications pending initial decision.
Labour, Manchester, Gorton
UIN 905043: tabled on 11 January 2022
What discussions she has had with Cabinet colleagues on the impact of the Government's immigration policies on acute labour shortages.
Scottish National Party, Kilmarnock and Loudoun
UIN 905044: tabled on 11 January 2022
What steps she is taking to improve police responses to child sexual exploitation by organised networks.
Labour, Rotherham
UIN 905045: tabled on 11 January 2022
What steps she is taking to ensure police forces are adequately resourced to tackle dangerous driving, speeding and illegal parking.
Labour, Batley and Spen
UIN 905046: tabled on 11 January 2022
How many licences for pump-action shotguns have been issued in England over the last 12 months.
Labour, Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport
UIN 905047: tabled on 11 January 2022
What discussions she has had with Cabinet colleagues on the impact of the Government's immigration policies on acute labour shortages.
Scottish National Party, Glasgow North West
UIN 905048: tabled on 11 January 2022
What progress she has made on reducing the number of illegal small boat crossings in the Channel.
Conservative, Bridgend
UIN 905049: tabled on 11 January 2022
If she will review the financial thresholds for family visas.
Scottish National Party, Glasgow Central
UIN 905050: tabled on 11 January 2022
What steps her Department is taking to ensure that the police are adequately funded to enable them to reduce crime.
Conservative, Warrington South
UIN 905051: tabled on 11 January 2022
What discussions she has had with Cabinet colleagues on the impact of the Government's immigration policies on acute labour shortages.
Scottish National Party, Airdrie and Shotts
UIN 905052: tabled on 11 January 2022
What recent assessment she has made of trends in the level of antisocial behaviour.
Labour, Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle
UIN 905053: tabled on 11 January 2022
What steps her Department is taking to ensure that the police are adequately funded to enable them to reduce crime.
Conservative, Meriden
UIN 905054: tabled on 11 January 2022
The full text of Topical questions is not printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Topical questions.
Conservative, Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk
UIN 905055: tabled on 11 January 2022
Labour, Brentford and Isleworth
UIN 905056: tabled on 11 January 2022
Labour, Sheffield Central
UIN 905057: tabled on 11 January 2022
Conservative, Bosworth
UIN 905058: tabled on 11 January 2022
Conservative, Crawley
UIN 905059: tabled on 11 January 2022
Independent, Delyn
UIN 905060: tabled on 11 January 2022
Labour, Lewisham West and Penge
UIN 905061: tabled on 11 January 2022
Conservative, West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine
UIN 905062: tabled on 11 January 2022
Conservative, Bury South
UIN 905063: tabled on 11 January 2022
Labour, Canterbury
UIN 905064: tabled on 11 January 2022