Thursday, 3 November 2022
The Secretary of State was asked—
What steps her Department is taking to mark International Trade Week.
What progress her Department has made on securing UK membership of the comprehensive and progressive agreement for trans-Pacific partnership.
What steps she is taking to increase trade with European countries.
What progress she has made on securing a free trade agreement with Mexico.
What steps her Department is taking to increase UK exports.
What steps she is taking with Cabinet colleagues to help reduce the effects of (a) inflation and (b) exchange rate fluctuations on the supply chains of Scottish exporters.
What steps she is taking to ensure that the House of Commons has adequate opportunity to scrutinise proposed free trade agreements.
What steps her Department is taking to protect British farmers in free trade agreements.
What progress her Department has made on tackling trade barriers for British food and farming businesses.
What steps her Department is taking to reduce barriers to global trade for British businesses.
If she will make a statement on her departmental responsibilities.
Before we begin this urgent question, I remind Members that they must not refer to cases that are currently before the courts and should be cautious in referring to any cases in respect of which...
Before we begin, I remind Members that they must not refer to cases that are currently before the courts and should be cautious in referring to any cases in respect of which proceedings may be...
To ask the Leader of the House if she will give us the forthcoming business.
On a point of order, Mr Deputy Speaker. I rise to make a point of order concerning Prime Minister’s Question Time yesterday. I informed the Prime Minister that I would be raising this point...
Select Committee statement [Relevant documents: First Report of the International Trade Committee, UK trade negotiations: Scrutiny of Agreement with Australia, HC 444; Second Report of the...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—(Jacob Young.)
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