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Oral questions

5 July 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 recent assessment he has made of the adequacy of staffing levels in the Probation Service.
Labour, Islwyn
UIN 900892: tabled on 29 June 2022
What steps he is taking to reduce reoffending rates.
Conservative, Colne Valley
UIN 900893: tabled on 29 June 2022
What steps he is taking to reduce reoffending.
Conservative, North Devon
UIN 900894: tabled on 29 June 2022
What steps his Department is taking to modernise the courts system.
Conservative, Newcastle-under-Lyme
UIN 900895: tabled on 29 June 2022
What discussions he has had with Cabinet colleagues on the effect of the pension age of prison officers on staff (a) recruitment and (b) retention.
Labour, City of Durham
UIN 900896: tabled on 29 June 2022
What steps his Department is taking to support victims of rape and sexual abuse.
Democratic Unionist Party, Strangford
UIN 900897: tabled on 29 June 2022
What plans he has to improve support for victims of crime.
Conservative, Stoke-on-Trent North
UIN 900898: tabled on 29 June 2022
What steps his Department is taking to modernise the courts system.
Conservative, Northampton South
UIN 900899: tabled on 29 June 2022
What steps his Department is taking to modernise the courts system.
Conservative, Montgomeryshire
UIN 900900: tabled on 29 June 2022
How many new prisoners have been screened for acquired brain injury since April 2021.
Labour, Rhondda
UIN 900901: tabled on 29 June 2022
What plans he has to improve support for victims of crime.
Conservative, East Devon
UIN 900902: tabled on 29 June 2022
What steps his Department is taking to protect the victims of cuckooing through the criminal justice system.
Labour, Liverpool, Walton
UIN 900903: tabled on 29 June 2022
What support his Department is providing to the International Criminal Court’s investigation into war crimes in Ukraine.
Scottish National Party, North Ayrshire and Arran
UIN 900904: tabled on 29 June 2022
What assessment he has made of the effect of availability of duty solicitors in England on access to justice.
Labour, Liverpool, Riverside
UIN 900905: tabled on 29 June 2022
What plans he has to improve support for victims of crime.
Conservative, Sleaford and North Hykeham
UIN 900906: tabled on 29 June 2022
What steps his Department is taking to progress legislative proposals on pet theft.
Conservative, Penrith and The Border
UIN 900907: tabled on 29 June 2022
What assessment he has made of the effect of availability of duty solicitors in England on access to justice.
Labour, Lewisham East
UIN 900908: tabled on 29 June 2022
What recent progress he has made on the implementation of the recommendations of the Lammy Review.
Labour, Edmonton
UIN 900909: tabled on 29 June 2022
What steps he is taking to ensure that the Bill of Rights establishes a balance between upholding domestic and international law.
Conservative, Orpington
UIN 900910: tabled on 29 June 2022
What assessment he has made of the impact of ending Friday releases on reoffending rates.
Conservative, Harrow East
UIN 900911: tabled on 29 June 2022
What plans he has to improve support for victims of crime.
Conservative, Rugby
UIN 900912: tabled on 29 June 2022
What progress his Department has made on updating the Human Rights Act.
Conservative, Bexleyheath and Crayford
UIN 900913: tabled on 29 June 2022
What steps his Department is taking to improve processing times for criminal court cases.
Labour, Denton and Reddish
UIN 900914: tabled on 29 June 2022
What steps he is taking to reduce reoffending.
Conservative, Hastings and Rye
UIN 900915: tabled on 29 June 2022
What steps he is taking to tackle delays to trials for (a) child and (b) adult victims of sexual offences.
Labour, Nottingham East
UIN 900916: tabled on 29 June 2022
The full text of Topical questions is not printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Topical questions.
Conservative, Eastbourne
UIN 900882: tabled on 29 June 2022
Conservative, South West Hertfordshire
UIN 900883: tabled on 29 June 2022
Labour, Blaydon
UIN 900884: tabled on 29 June 2022
Labour, Brighton, Kemptown
UIN 900885: tabled on 29 June 2022
Labour, Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle
UIN 900886: tabled on 29 June 2022
Conservative, Clwyd South
UIN 900887: tabled on 29 June 2022
Democratic Unionist Party, East Londonderry
UIN 900888: tabled on 29 June 2022
Labour, Easington
UIN 900889: tabled on 29 June 2022
Labour, Sheffield, Hallam
UIN 900890: tabled on 29 June 2022
Labour, Manchester, Withington
UIN 900891: tabled on 29 June 2022