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Oral questions

22 February 2022 at 11:30am

Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

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The full text of Substantive questions is printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Substantive questions.
What steps his Department is taking to support research into motor neuron disease.
Conservative, Tewkesbury
UIN 905664: tabled on 10 February 2022
What steps his Department is taking to help protect jobs in the energy sector.
Labour, City of Chester
UIN 905665: tabled on 10 February 2022
What steps he is taking to support the growth of science and innovation through the Government's levelling up agenda.
Conservative, Newcastle-under-Lyme
UIN 905666: tabled on 10 February 2022
What discussions he has had with Cabinet colleagues on cross-departmental coordination on tackling climate change.
Labour, Blaydon
UIN 905667: tabled on 10 February 2022
What steps he is taking to support the growth of the hydrogen sector in the UK.
Conservative, Loughborough
UIN 905668: tabled on 10 February 2022
What steps he is taking to deliver new nuclear power.
Conservative, Blackpool South
UIN 905669: tabled on 10 February 2022
What discussions his officials have held with their counterparts at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs on agricultural land being repurposed for solar energy.
Conservative, Gainsborough
UIN 905670: tabled on 10 February 2022
What steps his Department is taking to support the Government’s levelling up agenda.
Labour, Barnsley Central
UIN 905671: tabled on 10 February 2022
What steps he is taking to deliver new nuclear power.
Conservative, Fylde
UIN 905672: tabled on 10 February 2022
What stakeholder engagement his Department has undertaken on the Government's forthcoming Employment Bill.
Scottish National Party, Lanark and Hamilton East
UIN 905673: tabled on 10 February 2022
If he will make it his policy to make flexible working the default.
Labour, Hampstead and Kilburn
UIN 905674: tabled on 10 February 2022
What recent steps he has taken to support small businesses to meet rising energy costs.
Labour, North Tyneside
UIN 905675: tabled on 10 February 2022
Whether he is taking steps to support pre-payment meter customers following the increase in the energy price cap through the Energy Bills Rebate.
Labour, Makerfield
UIN 905676: tabled on 10 February 2022
What steps he is taking to support the growth of science and innovation through the Government's levelling up agenda.
Conservative, Don Valley
UIN 905677: tabled on 10 February 2022
What steps his Department is taking to support research into Parkinson's disease.
Labour, Ealing, Southall
UIN 905678: tabled on 10 February 2022
What steps he is taking to help support the growth of the automotive sector.
Conservative, Blyth Valley
UIN 905679: tabled on 10 February 2022
What steps he is taking to support the UK’s manufacturing sector.
Conservative, Keighley
UIN 905680: tabled on 10 February 2022
What steps he is taking to support the growth of science and innovation through the Government's levelling up agenda.
Conservative, Aberconwy
UIN 905681: tabled on 10 February 2022
What assessment he has made of the potential merits of reforming the (a) energy price cap, (b) wholesale energy markets and (c) electricity grid to deliver lower and stable energy costs.
Conservative, Weston-super-Mare
UIN 905682: tabled on 10 February 2022
What steps he is taking to improve productivity levels.
Conservative, High Peak
UIN 905683: tabled on 10 February 2022
What steps his Department is taking to support local high street businesses.
Conservative, Southport
UIN 905684: tabled on 10 February 2022
What steps he is taking to mitigate the effect of the increase in the energy price cap on domestic consumers.
Labour, Denton and Reddish
UIN 905685: tabled on 10 February 2022
What steps he is taking to support the growth of the hydrogen sector in the UK
Conservative, East Worthing and Shoreham
UIN 905686: tabled on 10 February 2022
What assessment his Department has made of the potential merits of electric vehicle use for decreasing air pollution in cities.
Labour, Lewisham East
UIN 905687: tabled on 10 February 2022
What plans he has to bring forward legislative proposals to prevent businesses using fire and rehire tactics.
Labour, South Shields
UIN 905688: tabled on 10 February 2022
The full text of Topical questions is not printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Topical questions.
Conservative, Broxtowe
UIN 905654: tabled on 10 February 2022
Conservative, Wantage
UIN 905655: tabled on 10 February 2022
Conservative, Newcastle-under-Lyme
UIN 905656: tabled on 10 February 2022
Labour, Bootle
UIN 905657: tabled on 10 February 2022
Conservative, Burnley
UIN 905658: tabled on 10 February 2022
Conservative, Vale of Clwyd
UIN 905659: tabled on 10 February 2022
Scottish National Party, Edinburgh South West
UIN 905660: tabled on 10 February 2022
Conservative, Maldon
UIN 905661: tabled on 10 February 2022
Labour, Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport
UIN 905662: tabled on 10 February 2022
Conservative, South East Cornwall
UIN 905663: tabled on 10 February 2022