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Oral questions

22 March 2022 at 11:30am

Ministry of Justice

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The full text of Substantive questions is printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Substantive questions.
What steps he is taking to ensure that the most serious criminal offences receive appropriate sentences.
Conservative, Dewsbury
UIN 906193: tabled on 16 March 2022
What steps his Department is taking to support an investigation into potential war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine.
Conservative, Runnymede and Weybridge
UIN 906194: tabled on 16 March 2022
What progress he has made on bringing forward a Bill of Rights.
Conservative, Buckingham
UIN 906195: tabled on 16 March 2022
What steps his Department is taking to support an investigation into potential war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine.
Conservative, Blyth Valley
UIN 906196: tabled on 16 March 2022
What recent discussions he has had with Cabinet colleagues on seizing the assets of sanctioned Russian oligarchs.
Scottish National Party, Paisley and Renfrewshire North
UIN 906197: tabled on 16 March 2022
What progress he has made on bringing forward a Bill of Rights.
Conservative, Ashfield
UIN 906198: tabled on 16 March 2022
What steps he is taking with Cabinet colleagues to tackle violence against women and girls in (a) Newport West constituency and (b) Wales.
Labour, Newport West
UIN 906199: tabled on 16 March 2022
What steps his Department is taking to support an investigation into potential war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine.
Conservative, Southport
UIN 906200: tabled on 16 March 2022
What steps his Department is taking to reduce reoffending.
Conservative, Eastbourne
UIN 906201: tabled on 16 March 2022
What steps his Department is taking to support an investigation into potential war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine.
Conservative, Maldon
UIN 906202: tabled on 16 March 2022
What steps he is taking to increase the proportion of offenders who are employed on leaving prison.
Conservative, South Basildon and East Thurrock
UIN 906203: tabled on 16 March 2022
What steps he is taking with Cabinet colleagues to tackle violence against women and girls.
Labour, Bury South
UIN 906204: tabled on 16 March 2022
What steps his Department is taking to support an investigation into potential war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine.
Conservative, Banff and Buchan
UIN 906205: tabled on 16 March 2022
What recent discussions he has had with Cabinet colleagues on seizing the assets of sanctioned Russian oligarchs.
Scottish National Party, Glasgow South West
UIN 906206: tabled on 16 March 2022
What steps he is taking to help reduce the backlog of court cases.
Liberal Democrat, Twickenham
UIN 906207: tabled on 16 March 2022
What steps his Department is taking to support an investigation into potential war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine.
Conservative, Wantage
UIN 906208: tabled on 16 March 2022
What steps he is taking to reform the Human Rights Act.
Labour, Oldham East and Saddleworth
UIN 906209: tabled on 16 March 2022
What steps his Department is taking with youth custody centres to help prevent reoffending.
Labour, Bristol East
UIN 906210: tabled on 16 March 2022
What steps his Department is taking to support an investigation into potential war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine.
Conservative, Bosworth
UIN 906211: tabled on 16 March 2022
If he will take steps to help improve the prosecution rate for domestic abuse offences.
Conservative, Carshalton and Wallington
UIN 906212: tabled on 16 March 2022
What recent discussions he has had with Cabinet colleagues on seizing the assets of sanctioned Russian oligarchs.
Scottish National Party, Edinburgh North and Leith
UIN 906213: tabled on 16 March 2022
What steps he is taking with Cabinet colleagues to tackle violence against women and girls.
Labour, Jarrow
UIN 906214: tabled on 16 March 2022
What recent discussions he has had with Cabinet colleagues on reforming the human rights framework.
Scottish National Party, Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock
UIN 906215: tabled on 16 March 2022
What assessment he has made of the implications for his policies of the Independent Human Rights Act Review published in December 2021.
Liberal Democrat, North East Fife
UIN 906216: tabled on 16 March 2022
If he will consider the potential merits of extending the time limits for claims under the Equality Act 2010 from three to six months.
Conservative, Mid Derbyshire
UIN 906217: tabled on 16 March 2022
The full text of Topical questions is not printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Topical questions.
Conservative, Kensington
UIN 906228: tabled on 16 March 2022
Labour, Leeds North East
UIN 906229: tabled on 16 March 2022
Conservative, Newcastle-under-Lyme
UIN 906230: tabled on 16 March 2022
Conservative, South Northamptonshire
UIN 906231: tabled on 16 March 2022
Labour, Batley and Spen
UIN 906232: tabled on 16 March 2022
Conservative, Gosport
UIN 906233: tabled on 16 March 2022
Scottish National Party, Glasgow North
UIN 906234: tabled on 16 March 2022
Conservative, Darlington
UIN 906235: tabled on 16 March 2022
Labour, Coventry North West
UIN 906236: tabled on 16 March 2022
Conservative, Basingstoke
UIN 906237: tabled on 16 March 2022