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Oral questions

20 February 2024 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 people leaving prison are provided with support to help prevent reoffending.
Labour, York Central
UIN 901575: tabled on 8 February 2024
What steps he is taking to increase sentences for dangerous offenders.
Conservative, Amber Valley
UIN 901576: tabled on 8 February 2024
With reference to his oral statement of 6 December 2023 on Hillsborough: Bishop James Jones Report, Official Report, column 341, if he will bring forward legislative proposals to introduce a legal duty of candour on public bodies.
Labour, Leeds East
UIN 901577: tabled on 8 February 2024
What steps he is taking to exonerate sub-postmasters who were prosecuted due to errors in the Post Office Horizon system.
Conservative, Dudley North
UIN 901578: tabled on 8 February 2024
What assessment he has made of the effectiveness of the rapid deployment community payback pilots.
Labour, Mid Bedfordshire
UIN 901579: tabled on 8 February 2024
What steps he is taking to increase prison capacity.
Independent, Blackpool South
UIN 901580: tabled on 8 February 2024
What assessment he has made of the potential impact of the length of time that prisoners spend in their cells on reoffending rates.
Labour, St Helens South and Whiston
UIN 901581: tabled on 8 February 2024
If he will make an assessment of the potential impact of his Department's progress on implementing the End-to-End Rape Review Action Plan on the level of rape convictions.
Conservative, Redditch
UIN 901582: tabled on 8 February 2024
What steps he is taking with Cabinet colleagues to exonerate sub-postmasters who were convicted due to errors in the Post Office Horizon system.
Scottish National Party, Paisley and Renfrewshire North
UIN 901583: tabled on 8 February 2024
What progress his Department has made on reducing the backlog of cases in the Crown court.
Labour, Blaenau Gwent
UIN 901584: tabled on 8 February 2024
What steps his Department is taking through the criminal justice system to support victims of crime.
Conservative, Eastbourne
UIN 901585: tabled on 8 February 2024
What steps he is taking with Cabinet colleagues to exonerate sub-postmasters who were convicted due to errors in the Post Office Horizon system.
Scottish National Party, East Renfrewshire
UIN 901586: tabled on 8 February 2024
If he will make an estimate of the cost to the public purse of judicial processes under joint enterprise relating to violent crimes in each year since 2014.
Labour, Liverpool, Riverside
UIN 901587: tabled on 8 February 2024
What assessment he has made of the potential impact of the length of time that prisoners spend in their cells on reoffending rates.
Labour, Putney
UIN 901588: tabled on 8 February 2024
What steps he is taking with Cabinet colleagues to exonerate sub-postmasters who were convicted due to errors in the Post Office Horizon system.
Scottish National Party, Airdrie and Shotts
UIN 901589: tabled on 8 February 2024
With reference to his oral statement of 6 December 2023 on Hillsborough: Bishop James Jones Report, Official Report, column 341, if he will bring forward legislative proposals to introduce a legal duty of candour on public bodies.
Labour, Coventry South
UIN 901590: tabled on 8 February 2024
If he will make an assessment of the potential merits of devolving responsibility for justice to the Welsh Government.
Labour, Cynon Valley
UIN 901591: tabled on 8 February 2024
What steps he is taking to help reduce reoffending.
Conservative, Sedgefield
UIN 901592: tabled on 8 February 2024
What steps his Department is taking to help reduce rates of reoffending by people released from prison.
Conservative, Barrow and Furness
UIN 901593: tabled on 8 February 2024
What steps his Department is taking to protect the privacy rights of rape victims in criminal justice processes.
Labour, Cardiff North
UIN 901594: tabled on 8 February 2024
What steps his Department is taking to protect the privacy rights of rape victims in criminal justice processes.
Labour, Newport West
UIN 901595: tabled on 8 February 2024
What discussions he has had with Cabinet colleagues on the use of non-disclosure agreements in judicial processes.
Liberal Democrat, Chesham and Amersham
UIN 901596: tabled on 8 February 2024
When he plans to enact section 4 of the Civil Partnerships, Marriages and Deaths (Registration etc) Act 2019.
Conservative, East Worthing and Shoreham
UIN 901597: tabled on 8 February 2024
What steps he is taking to ensure that offenders are prepared for life outside prison.
Conservative, Harrow East
UIN 901598: tabled on 8 February 2024
What assessment he has made of the sustainability of probation officer caseloads.
Labour, Eltham
UIN 901599: tabled on 8 February 2024
The full text of Topical questions is not printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Topical questions.
Conservative, St Austell and Newquay
UIN 901600: tabled on 8 February 2024
Labour, Liverpool, Wavertree
UIN 901601: tabled on 8 February 2024
Independent, Blackpool South
UIN 901602: tabled on 8 February 2024
Conservative, Gainsborough
UIN 901603: tabled on 8 February 2024
Labour, Ellesmere Port and Neston
UIN 901604: tabled on 8 February 2024
Labour, Bolton South East
UIN 901605: tabled on 8 February 2024
Labour, Wansbeck
UIN 901606: tabled on 8 February 2024
Conservative, Crawley
UIN 901607: tabled on 8 February 2024
Labour, York Central
UIN 901608: tabled on 8 February 2024
Conservative, North Norfolk
UIN 901609: tabled on 8 February 2024