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The hon. Gentleman is setting out his case beautifully and I congratulate him on securing this debate. As someone who represents a retirement town, many local constituents have raised this issue with me. Most of them have a slightly different point of view and do not object to the principle of the equalisation of pension age at all—indeed, they think it is just and right. They are upset...
I absolutely accept that. Another important thing about the sifting committee will be that many of the other bits of Brexit-related legislation that are starting their journey through this House may contain large numbers of statutory instruments—potentially primary legislation-amending statutory instruments. What we agree for this particular Bill may well be an important template for...
Absolutely. Those commitments will be important and consequential, but we also need to ensure that everything gets baked properly into the Standing Orders and that the relevant votes are passed correctly. Moving on to scope, I think still we still have further to travel. A whole slew of amendments—not just the three or four tabled by my right hon. and learned Friend the Member for...
Conservative MP for Weston-Super-Mare
Entered the House of Commons on 5 May 2005 — General election
John Penrose campaigned to remain in the European Union Source: BBC
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