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Mrs. Beckett: Members may fund appropriate language teaching for their staff through the office costs allowance; however, at present the House can offer no such support to Members who wish to learn foreign languages themselves.
Miss Widdecombe: To ask the Prime Minister what representations he received from the hon. Member for Leicester, East (Mr. Vaz) in the period 1997-98 in relation to the applications for citizenship by Mr. G. P. and Mr. S. P. Hinduja; if he will place in the Library copies of relevant documentation; and if he will make a statement. 
Mr. Ruffley: To ask the Prime Minister (1) what representations he has had from Lord Levy regarding applications for citizenship by (a) Mr. G. P. Hinduja and (b) Mr. S. P. Hinduja; and if Lord Levy informed him of involvement on his part in such applications; 
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The Prime Minister: Sir Anthony Hammond QC started his review on 25 January. His aim is to complete his review as quickly as possible, consistently with the need to conduct a thorough investigation. I understand that Sir Anthony has informed the Cabinet Secretary that on the information currently available to him he would hope to complete the review by the end of February. It is my intention to publish Sir Anthony's report.
Mr. Baker: To ask the Prime Minister if he will make it his policy that no severance payments are made available to former Ministers where loss of office has been mainly or wholly caused by personal misconduct.