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Oral questions

20 January 2022 at 9:30am

Department for International Trade

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The full text of Substantive questions is printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Substantive questions.
What support her Department is providing to SMEs that trade with the EU.
Liberal Democrat, Chesham and Amersham
UIN 905100: tabled on 13 January 2022
What progress her Department has made on securing UK membership of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Conservative, Wycombe
UIN 905101: tabled on 13 January 2022
What progress she has made on a free trade agreement with India.
Conservative, Harrow East
UIN 905102: tabled on 13 January 2022
What progress her Department has made on securing free trade agreements with countries around the world.
Conservative, Bury North
UIN 905103: tabled on 13 January 2022
What progress her Department has made on securing a free trade agreement with the US.
Labour, Stockton North
UIN 905104: tabled on 13 January 2022
What steps her Department is taking to increase trade with Australia.
Conservative, Ynys Môn
UIN 905105: tabled on 13 January 2022
What recent discussions she has had with her US counterpart on the tariffs on UK steel exports to the US.
Labour, Preston
UIN 905106: tabled on 13 January 2022
What steps her Department is taking to increase trade with Australia.
Conservative, Banff and Buchan
UIN 905107: tabled on 13 January 2022
What progress her Department has made on maximising opportunities for international trade in 2022.
Conservative, Truro and Falmouth
UIN 905108: tabled on 13 January 2022
If she will take steps with Cabinet colleagues to ban the import of Chinese cotton and solar panels from Xinjiang.
Labour, Manchester, Gorton
UIN 905109: tabled on 13 January 2022
What steps her Department is taking to help domestic businesses to export.
Conservative, Orpington
UIN 905110: tabled on 13 January 2022
What steps her Department has taken to reduce barriers to global trade for British businesses.
Conservative, Keighley
UIN 905111: tabled on 13 January 2022
What assessment she has made of the implications of the Australia and New Zealand free trade agreements for concluding a veterinary agreement with the EU.
Alliance, North Down
UIN 905112: tabled on 13 January 2022
What steps her Department has taken to reduce barriers to global trade for British businesses.
Conservative, Bishop Auckland
UIN 905113: tabled on 13 January 2022
What steps her Department has taken to reduce barriers to global trade for British businesses.
Conservative, Eastleigh
UIN 905114: tabled on 13 January 2022
What steps her Department is taking to increase trade with Australia.
Conservative, Brecon and Radnorshire
UIN 905115: tabled on 13 January 2022
What steps she is taking to ensure that protections for exports to third countries negotiated while the UK was a member of the EU are maintained following the UK’s departure from the EU.
Labour, Ealing Central and Acton
UIN 905116: tabled on 13 January 2022
What recent steps her Department has taken to support manufacturing businesses to (a) increase exports, (b) participate in the global market and (c) compete internationally.
Conservative, Sedgefield
UIN 905117: tabled on 13 January 2022
What steps her Department has taken to increase foreign investment in the UK's green industries.
Conservative, Blyth Valley
UIN 905118: tabled on 13 January 2022
What progress her Department has made on securing UK membership of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Conservative, Cheadle
UIN 905119: tabled on 13 January 2022
What steps she is taking to improve access for SMEs to export markets.
Labour, Cardiff West
UIN 905120: tabled on 13 January 2022
What steps her Department has taken to reduce barriers to global trade for British businesses.
Conservative, Dewsbury
UIN 905121: tabled on 13 January 2022
What recent assessment she has made of trends in the level of UK trade with the (a) EU and (b) rest of the world.
Scottish National Party, Motherwell and Wishaw
UIN 905122: tabled on 13 January 2022
What steps her Department is taking to increase British exports.
Conservative, Rushcliffe
UIN 905123: tabled on 13 January 2022
What progress her Department has made on securing free trade agreements with countries around the world.
Conservative, Wyre Forest
UIN 905124: tabled on 13 January 2022
The full text of Topical questions is not printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Topical questions.
Labour, Preston
UIN 905125: tabled on 13 January 2022
Conservative, West Bromwich West
UIN 905126: tabled on 13 January 2022
Labour, Aberavon
UIN 905127: tabled on 13 January 2022
Liberal Democrat, Chesham and Amersham
UIN 905128: tabled on 13 January 2022
Conservative, Truro and Falmouth
UIN 905129: tabled on 13 January 2022
Conservative, Burnley
UIN 905130: tabled on 13 January 2022
Liberal Democrat, Orkney and Shetland
UIN 905131: tabled on 13 January 2022
Conservative, Bridgend
UIN 905132: tabled on 13 January 2022
Conservative, West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine
UIN 905133: tabled on 13 January 2022
Conservative, Stoke-on-Trent Central
UIN 905134: tabled on 13 January 2022