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Oral questions

24 May 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 his Department is taking to support victims of crime.
Conservative, North Devon
UIN 900185: tabled on 18 May 2022
What plans he has to help ensure that offenders give back to their communities.
Conservative, Broadland
UIN 900186: tabled on 18 May 2022
What assessment he has made of the impact of court delays on victim attrition rates.
Labour, Nottingham North
UIN 900187: tabled on 18 May 2022
What progress his Department has made on improving access to legal aid.
Conservative, Northampton South
UIN 900188: tabled on 18 May 2022
What assessment he has made of the impact of court delays on victim attrition rates.
Labour, Bradford South
UIN 900189: tabled on 18 May 2022
What steps his Department is taking to support victims of crime.
Conservative, Bracknell
UIN 900190: tabled on 18 May 2022
What plans he has to help ensure that offenders give back to their communities.
Conservative, Vale of Glamorgan
UIN 900191: tabled on 18 May 2022
What recent discussions he has had with Cabinet colleagues on proposed reforms to the UK’s human rights framework.
Scottish National Party, Kilmarnock and Loudoun
UIN 900192: tabled on 18 May 2022
What assessment his Department has made of the impact of disclosure requirements on (a) police and (b) Crown Prosecution Service workloads.
Conservative, Dewsbury
UIN 900193: tabled on 18 May 2022
What recent discussions he has had with Cabinet colleagues on proposed reforms to the UK’s human rights framework.
Scottish National Party, North Ayrshire and Arran
UIN 900194: tabled on 18 May 2022
What plans he has to give Crown Court judges the power to require defendants held on remand to attend sentencing hearings in person.
Conservative, North West Norfolk
UIN 900195: tabled on 18 May 2022
What steps he is taking to increase public confidence in the criminal justice system.
Labour, Wallasey
UIN 900196: tabled on 18 May 2022
What steps he is taking to reduce reoffending.
Conservative, Stockton South
UIN 900197: tabled on 18 May 2022
What steps his Department is taking to support victims of crime.
Conservative, Stourbridge
UIN 900198: tabled on 18 May 2022
What steps his Department is taking to improve literacy among prisoners.
Conservative, West Suffolk
UIN 900199: tabled on 18 May 2022
What steps he is taking to reduce reoffending.
Conservative, Hyndburn
UIN 900200: tabled on 18 May 2022
What plans he has to help ensure that offenders give back to their communities.
Conservative, Burnley
UIN 900201: tabled on 18 May 2022
What discussions he has had with Cabinet colleagues on the introduction of a child cruelty register following the enactment of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022.
Conservative, Don Valley
UIN 900202: tabled on 18 May 2022
What steps he is taking to assure the public that non-custodial sentences are being enforced.
Conservative, New Forest West
UIN 900203: tabled on 18 May 2022
What steps he is taking to reduce reoffending.
Conservative, Vale of Clwyd
UIN 900204: tabled on 18 May 2022
What steps his Department is taking to reform the family justice system.
Conservative, Eddisbury
UIN 900205: tabled on 18 May 2022
What assessment he has made of the effectiveness of screening prisoners for acquired brain injuries.
Labour, Rhondda
UIN 900206: tabled on 18 May 2022
What recent discussions he has had with Cabinet colleagues on proposed reforms to the UK’s human rights framework.
Scottish National Party, Gordon
UIN 900207: tabled on 18 May 2022
What steps his Department is taking to reform the family justice system.
Conservative, Brecon and Radnorshire
UIN 900208: tabled on 18 May 2022
What recent assessment he has made of the impact of the court backlog on the wellbeing of victims of (a) sexual and (b) violent offences.
Labour, Newcastle upon Tyne Central
UIN 900209: tabled on 18 May 2022
The full text of Topical questions is not printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Topical questions.
Conservative, Meriden
UIN 900210: tabled on 18 May 2022
Conservative, Tatton
UIN 900211: tabled on 18 May 2022
Labour, Middlesbrough
UIN 900212: tabled on 18 May 2022
Conservative, Aylesbury
UIN 900213: tabled on 18 May 2022
Labour, South Shields
UIN 900214: tabled on 18 May 2022
Liberal Democrat, North East Fife
UIN 900215: tabled on 18 May 2022
Conservative, Ashfield
UIN 900216: tabled on 18 May 2022
Conservative, Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk
UIN 900217: tabled on 18 May 2022
Conservative, Carshalton and Wallington
UIN 900218: tabled on 18 May 2022
Conservative, St Ives
UIN 900219: tabled on 18 May 2022