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Westminster Hall Order of Business

28 October 2004

Westminster Hall

At 2.30 p.m.

Oral Questions on Anti-social Behaviour

Relevant Departments: Home Office; Office of the Deputy Prime Minister; Environment, Food and Rural Affairs; and Education and Skills

*1  Mr Peter Luff (Mid Worcestershire):    If the Government will make a statement on the enforcement of anti-social behaviour orders.


*2  Dr Vincent Cable (Twickenham):    What estimate the Government has made of the average cost of anti-social behaviour orders.


*3  Mr John Grogan (Selby):    What plans the Government has to increase the use of exclusion orders from licensed premises.


*4  Jon Trickett (Hemsworth):    What take-up there has been by local authorities of the voluntary accreditation scheme for landlords as a means of encouraging the proper monitoring of tenant behaviour.


*5  Mr John Randall (Uxbridge):    If he will make a statement on links between school exclusions and anti-social behaviour.


*6  Mr Wayne David (Caerphilly):    What measures are being introduced to extend the powers of police community support officers.


*7  Mr Peter Atkinson (Hexham):    What steps the Government has taken to assess the effects of the availability of illegal drugs in schools on anti-social behaviour.


*8  Angela Watkinson (Upminster):    What measures the Government will introduce to ensure the safety of witnesses to anti-social behaviour when giving evidence to the police and in court.


*9  Andrew Selous (South West Bedfordshire):    How many anti-social behaviour orders have been breached in each year since 1999; and how many of those were punished with (a) fines and (b) prison sentences.


*10  Mr Mark Field (Cities of London & Westminster):    How many acceptable behaviour contracts have been issued in each police force area since their introduction.


*11  Mr Gerald Howarth (Aldershot):    How many anti-social behaviour orders have been applied for by registered social landlords in each year since 2002.


*12  Mr David Wilshire (Spelthorne):    If the Government will make fly-tipping an arrestable offence.


*13  Mr Desmond Swayne (New Forest West):    What steps the Government is taking to reduce the anti-social dumping of (a) hazardous and (b) other waste.


*14  Mr Nick Gibb (Bognor Regis & Littlehampton):    What the average duration was of anti-social behaviour orders issued in each year since 1999.


*15  Mr Crispin Blunt (Reigate):    What discussions the Government has had with the (a) Environment Agency, (b) local authorities and (c) police authorities regarding the policing of unlawful pollution of the environment.


*16  Mr Mark Francois (Rayleigh):    What the Government's latest estimate is of the cost to the police of dealing with (a) fly-tipping, (b) abandoned cars and (c) graffiti (i) in England and Wales and (ii) by police force.


*17  Tom Brake (Carshalton & Wallington):    When he will extend to other areas the trial which allows local authorities to charge businesses for graffiti removal after failure to respond to a graffiti removal notice.


At 3.30 p.m.



[3.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.]

      The Prime Minister

        That the sitting be now adjourned.

        Proposed subject for debate: The United Kingdom in the United Nations.

        Debate may continue until three hours after 2.30 p.m., not including any periods of suspension owing to divisions being called in the House or a Committee of the whole House (Standing Order No. 10).

Notes:* Indicates a question for oral answer.

[R] indicates that the Member has declared a relevant interest.

Questions for oral answer not reached receive a written answer.
Supplementary questions will also be asked.


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