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Oral questions

15 January 2024 at 2:30pm

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The full text of Substantive questions is printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Substantive questions.
What recent progress he has made on reducing the backlog of asylum applications.
Conservative, Warrington South
UIN 900913: tabled on 9 January 2024
What steps he is taking to help reduce levels of fraud.
Conservative, Amber Valley
UIN 900914: tabled on 9 January 2024
What discussions he has had with the Scottish Government on recent changes to legal migration rules.
Scottish National Party, Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill
UIN 900915: tabled on 9 January 2024
What the average length of time was between (a) thefts being reported and (b) first contact with the police in the last 12 months.
Liberal Democrat, Somerton and Frome
UIN 900916: tabled on 9 January 2024
What progress his Department has made on implementing the Government's 10-year drugs plan entitled From harm to hope, published on 6 December 2021.
Conservative, Weston-super-Mare
UIN 900917: tabled on 9 January 2024
What recent progress he has made on ending the use of hotels for asylum seekers.
Conservative, Bosworth
UIN 900918: tabled on 9 January 2024
What steps he is taking to reduce legal migration.
Conservative, Cleethorpes
UIN 900919: tabled on 9 January 2024
What recent assessment his Department has made of the adequacy of neighbourhood policing levels.
Labour, Ogmore
UIN 900920: tabled on 9 January 2024
What assessment he has made of the potential impact of proposed changes to visa income thresholds on the university sector.
Scottish National Party, Gordon
UIN 900921: tabled on 9 January 2024
What steps he is taking to tackle violence against shop workers.
Labour, Oldham West and Royton
UIN 900922: tabled on 9 January 2024
What steps he is taking to reduce net migration.
Conservative, Bexleyheath and Crayford
UIN 900923: tabled on 9 January 2024
What progress his Department has made on reviewing the police funding formula.
Labour, Mid Bedfordshire
UIN 900924: tabled on 9 January 2024
What recent progress his Department has made on reducing neighbourhood crime.
Conservative, North Devon
UIN 900925: tabled on 9 January 2024
What recent progress he has made on ending the use of hotels for asylum seekers.
Conservative, Erewash
UIN 900926: tabled on 9 January 2024
What steps he is taking to reduce the backlog of asylum applications.
Liberal Democrat, North East Fife
UIN 900927: tabled on 9 January 2024
What recent progress his Department has made on reducing neighbourhood crime.
Conservative, East Devon
UIN 900928: tabled on 9 January 2024
What assessment he has made of the potential impact of the Safer Street Fund on the safety of women and girls.
Labour, St Helens South and Whiston
UIN 900929: tabled on 9 January 2024
What estimate his Department has made of the number of private providers of asylum accommodation that have exceeded the profit margins permitted in their contract.
Social Democratic & Labour Party, Belfast South
UIN 900930: tabled on 9 January 2024
What steps his Department is taking to help support victims of antisemitism.
Conservative, Filton and Bradley Stoke
UIN 900931: tabled on 9 January 2024
What recent progress he has made on ending the use of hotels for asylum seekers.
Conservative, South Derbyshire
UIN 900932: tabled on 9 January 2024
Whether he has had discussions with the Secretary of State for Business and Trade on the potential impact of the skilled worker visa application process on businesses.
Liberal Democrat, Edinburgh West
UIN 900933: tabled on 9 January 2024
What recent progress he has made on ending the use of hotels for asylum seekers.
Conservative, Stoke-on-Trent South
UIN 900934: tabled on 9 January 2024
What steps he is taking to reduce net migration.
Conservative, Preseli Pembrokeshire
UIN 900935: tabled on 9 January 2024
What assessment he has made of the adequacy of his Department's revised guidance on the Ukraine Family Scheme visa.
Labour, Leeds North East
UIN 900936: tabled on 9 January 2024
What recent progress he has made on ending the use of hotels for asylum seekers.
Conservative, Rother Valley
UIN 900937: tabled on 9 January 2024
The full text of Topical questions is not printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Topical questions.
Labour, Bristol East
UIN 900938: tabled on 9 January 2024
Conservative, Vale of Clwyd
UIN 900939: tabled on 9 January 2024
Labour, Slough
UIN 900940: tabled on 9 January 2024
Conservative, Amber Valley
UIN 900941: tabled on 9 January 2024
Conservative, Harrow East
UIN 900942: tabled on 9 January 2024
Liberal Democrat, North East Fife
UIN 900943: tabled on 9 January 2024
Liberal Democrat, Twickenham
UIN 900944: tabled on 9 January 2024
Conservative, Cleethorpes
UIN 900945: tabled on 9 January 2024
Liberal Democrat, Tiverton and Honiton
UIN 900946: tabled on 9 January 2024
Conservative, Truro and Falmouth
UIN 900947: tabled on 9 January 2024