It is a great pleasure to follow Derek Thomas. I look forward to going to see Yorkshire play Cornwall, one day in the future, at that new stadium in Cornwall. I intend to take as my mantra for my few remarks tonight the words of Andrew Griffiths, who is no longer in his place. He charged us all to be cheerful and look on the bright side tonight, so that is what I want to do.
As you may remember, Madam Deputy Speaker, I warned the House during the Christmas Adjournment debate that the future of Keighley Cougars rugby league team was at stake. The team that first brought razzmatazz to rugby league was in danger of going under. However, the first good news that I can bring to the House is that Keighley Cougars are now back in safe hands, having been sold to Mick O’Neill and the consortium that first brought that razzmatazz with it 20 years ago. Keighley are an example of a community club that really helps to define a town. I hope that the years to come are good ones and that we can redevelop the site as a whole sporting site, with the Cougars next to Keighley cricket club...
To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what proportion of calls were responded to within the target timeframe in the area covered by Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust in each of the categories measured (a) in total and (b) in each by District Council Area Level in each month of 2018.
There are concerning reports this week that Six Nations rugby, one of the great annual sporting events that unites the nation, is about to be subsumed in a world tournament and disappear off to subscription TV. Will the Minister take steps to add Six Nations rugby to the listed events that must be offered live to free-to-air TV?