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  • Written Questions to Ministers
    27th February 2009
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    To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what information the Health and Safety Executive requires companies seeking a classification and authorisation document for a firework to provide.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    25th February 2009

    To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many staff of his Department were working on the Post Office card account successor contract prior to its cancellation.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    24th February 2009

    To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform how many Consumer Focus staff work principally on postal services issues.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    24th February 2009

    To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) what the mortality rate for (a) four-limb deficient thalidomiders and the (b) the general public is.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    23rd February 2009

    To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many companies submitted bids for the Post Office Card Account successor contract prior to the cancellation of the tendering process.  read more »

  • Speech
    11th February 2009
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    Jonathan Djanogly welcomes proposals for partial privatisation providing that a suitable partner can bring much needed commercial confidence and investment to modernise Royal Mail. He also raises concerns about Royal Mail's pensions deficit.  read more »

  • Speech
    11th February 2009
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    Jonathan Djanogly condemns the European Parliament vote to abolish the opt-out provisions of the working time directive which could restrict retained firefighters to a 48 hour week with no concession for inactive on-call time.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    10th February 2009

    To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions if he will estimate the cost to his Department, excluding claims for compensation, of the tendering and bidding process for the Post Office card account.  read more »

  • Speech
    9th February 2009

    Jonathan Djanogly introduces a series of amendments on behalf of the Opposition and tells MPs the Bill represents a missed opportunity to deal with the crisis in public confidence in the political system.  read more »

  • News and Photo
    30th January 2009
    Jonathan Djanogly opens the new debt advice centre at Huntingdon Community Church on Friday 23 January

    Jonathan Djanogly MP was delighted to officially open the new debt advice centre at Huntingdon Community Church on Friday 23 January.  read more »

  • News
    22nd January 2009

    Jonathan Djanogly has today voiced his relief at the sentences passed down to seven members of the extremist group Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty (SHAC).  read more »

  • News
    20th January 2009
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    Jonathan Djanogly has today voiced his concern at the proposals published by the East of England Regional Assembly for a 20,000 home new town incorporating Alconbury Airfield.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    19th January 2009
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    To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what the proposed date of publication of the Bribery Bill is.  read more »

  • News
    15th January 2009
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    Jonathan Djanogly has today praised Huntingdonshire's entrepreneurial spirit during the current economic downturn.  read more »

  • News
    12th January 2009
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    Jonathan Djanogly has today invited all the schools in his constituency to take part in the celebrations to mark the 150th Anniversary of Big Ben.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    12th January 2009
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    To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform what estimate his Department has made of the average cost to business of compliance with investigations into super complaints.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    12th January 2009

    To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform what consumer benefit studies have been conducted into the use of super complaints.  read more »

  • News
    7th January 2009
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    Jonathan Djanogly has today voiced his support for the decision to reject N-Power's application for a wind farm in the Offords.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    15th December 2008
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    To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform what analysis his Department has conducted of the use of super complaints.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    15th December 2008

    To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions on what legal justification his Department based its decision to terminate the tender process for the Post Office card account and award the contract to the Post Office.  read more »



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