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Philip Hammond

Conservative MP, Runnymede and Weybridge , 1 May 1997 –


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Debate on the Address: The Economy and Work (26 May 2016)

...Greg Clark James Cleverly Geoffrey Clifton-Brown Therese Coffey Damian Collins Oliver Colvile Alberto Costa Geoffrey Cox Stephen Crabb Chris Davies David Davies Glyn Davies James Davies Mims Davies Philip Davies Caroline Dinenage Jonathan Djanogly Michelle Donelan Nadine Dorries Steve Double Oliver Dowden Jackie Doyle-Price Richard Drax Flick Drummond James Duddridge Iain Duncan Smith...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: UK Membership of EU (26 May 2016)

Philip Hammond: An error has been identified in the written answer given on 24 May 2016. The correct answer should have been: I refer the Honourable Lady to my earlier answer in response to Question 16 (PQ905054.) The Government believes that the UK will be stronger, safer and better off remaining in a reformed EU. That way, the UK can play a leading role in one of the world’s largest...

Debate on the Address: Education, Skills and Training (25 May 2016)

...Owen Thompson Michelle Thomson Emily Thornberry Stephen Timms Anna Turley Karl Turner Chuka Umunna Keith Vaz Valerie Vaz Tom Watson Michael Weir Catherine West Eilidh Whiteford Alan Whitehead Philippa Whitford Hywel Williams Mark Williams Phil Wilson Sammy Wilson David Winnick Rosie Winterton Pete Wishart Iain Wright Daniel Zeichner Sue Hayman (teller) Vicky Foxcroft (teller) No Nigel...

Debate on the Address: Europe, Human Rights and Keeping People Safe at Home and Abroad (24 May 2016)

Philip Hammond: I must pick up on that last point. The urgent question related to equipment that has not been manufactured for two and a half decades. There can be no question of any supply of that type of equipment. I do not understand why the right hon. Gentleman makes that point.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Israel: Palestinians (24 May 2016)

Philip Hammond: I have discussed the French initiative with the French Foreign Minister, Jean-Marc Ayrault, and with his envoy for the Middle East Peace Process, Pierre Vimont. We will continue to work closely with the French government to ensure that their initiative makes a constructive contribution that encourages the parties to resume negotiations.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: UK Membership of EU (24 May 2016)

Philip Hammond: The Government believes that the UK will be stronger, safer and better off remaining in a reformed EU. That way, the UK can play a leading role in one of the world’s largest organisations. Membership of the EU, like our membership of NATO and the UN, amplifies, not diminishes, the UK’s influence in the world.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: UK Membership of EU (24 May 2016)

Philip Hammond: As a leading member of the EU, the UK is a major influence on EU external policy and is able to shape the use of the EU’s available policy tools to enhance our security: for example, sanctions policy in respect of Russia and Iran and capacity building support to the states of the Western Balkans. I am in no doubt that Britain’s leading role in this process greatly contributes to...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: UK Membership of EU (24 May 2016)

Philip Hammond: The decision in the forthcoming referendum is one for the British people alone to make. In the nearly 2 years I have been Foreign Secretary, I have visited over 70 different countries in 6 continents – and in no single one of them have I been told that Britain’s influence would be greater if it were not a member of the EU. On the contrary whether in China, in the USA, in...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Agriculture and Fisheries Council (24 May 2016)

Philip Hammond: Foreign Policy is a reserved matter under the terms of the Devolution Settlements. A UK Minister will normally take the chair at Council meetings. In the absence of a UK Minister, arrangements are in place whereby a Minister of a devolved administration may take the Chair, subject to certain conditions. No detailed planning for EU Council meetings during the UK Presidency has yet taken place.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: EU Sanctions: Russia (24 May 2016)

Philip Hammond: Russia is failing to fulfil its commitments under the Minsk agreements. Ceasefire violations in the Donbas continue, and these must end. Russia must stop supporting and directing the separatists. Last year, the European Council decided sanctions should be clearly linked to the full implementation of the Minsk agreements. We strongly support the continued application of this robust approach,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: European Migration: Western Balkans (24 May 2016)

Philip Hammond: Since agreement was reached between the EU and Turkey on additional measures to control migration to Europe, we have seen a very significant reduction in the number of migrants arriving in Greece and transiting through the western Balkans.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Iran: Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (24 May 2016)

Philip Hammond: The International Atomic Energy Agency’s most recent report on Iran’s nuclear activities concluded that Iran is complying with its obligations under the JCPOA. We have been working to help British businesses take advantage of new commercial opportunities, and to ensure that Iran benefits from sanctions relief, including seeking to address barriers within the international banking...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Departmental Estate: Rodent Eradication (24 May 2016)

Philip Hammond: The FCO facilities management contract covers pest control activities. However, the continued presence of mice in the FCO main building has given my officials “paws” for thought. After careful consideration, we appointed Palmerston the cat last month as chief mouser to the FCO to complement the work of our contractor. I am pleased to report to the House that he has settled in...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Topical Questions (24 May 2016)

Philip Hammond: My priorities for 2016 are the campaign against Daesh in Iraq and Syria, managing our relations with Russia and seeking to protect the rules-based international system, as well as, of course, ensuring Britain’s continued membership of, and leadership in, the EU.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Egypt: Press Freedom (23 May 2016)

Philip Hammond: We regularly raise our concerns over press freedoms with the Egyptian authorities both in London and in Cairo. The Prime Minister, the Member for Witney (Mr Cameron) raised the detention of journalists with President Sisi during his visit to the UK in November 2015. I raised press freedoms and freedom of expression with the Egyptian Ambassador in April, and these concerns are expanded upon in...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe (23 May 2016)

Philip Hammond: We have repeatedly raised this matter with Iran. Iran does not recognise dual nationality and as such does not grant us consular access in these cases. We have therefore not been given any details about Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s detention. We understand that she has now been released from solitary confinement. The Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, my Hon....

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Syria: Armed Conflict (23 May 2016)

Philip Hammond: In April, the UN Secretary General reported to the UN Security Council that only 40% of medical facilities in Syria remained functioning, and most of these were in severe disrepair. At least 18 health facilities have been bombed in 2016 alone. In particular, we are deeply concerned by reports that at least five medical facilities have been targeted in opposition-held eastern Aleppo since 22...

Bills Presented: Investigatory Powers Bill (19 May 2016)

Presentation and resumption of proceedings ( Standing Order No. 80A) Secretary Theresa May, supported by the Prime Minister, Secretary Philip Hammond, Secretary Michael Fallon, Secretary David Mundell, Secretary Theresa Villiers, the Attorney General, Robert Buckland and Mr John Hayes, presented a Bill to make provision about the interception of communications, equipment interference and the...

Housing and Planning Bill: Reduction of payment by agreement (11 May 2016)

...James Davies Mims Davies David Davis Caroline Dinenage Jeffrey M. Donaldson Michelle Donelan Nadine Dorries Steve Double Oliver Dowden Richard Drax Flick Drummond James Duddridge Iain Duncan Smith Philip Dunne Michael Ellis Jane Ellison Tobias Ellwood Charlie Elphicke George Eustice Graham Evans Nigel Evans David Evennett Michael Fabricant Michael Fallon Mark Field Kevin Foster Liam Fox...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Dag Hammarskjold (10 May 2016)

Philip Hammond: The vast majority of UK material relevant to the death of Dag Hammarskjold has already been released to The National Archives at Kew, where it is accessible to the public. In response to a request from the UN Independent Panel established in 2015 to examine the value of new information related to the death of former UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office...


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