Graham Brady: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, whether the UK's status as a third country in December 2020 means that duty free will automatically return for UK passengers travelling to EU destinations.
Graham Brady: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, whether it is his Department's policy to ensure that a return of duty free sales is available to passengers leaving the UK for the EU after December 2020.
Graham Brady: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, pursuant to the Answer of 23 March 2018 to Question 133080, what progress has been made on enabling the return of duty free sales to passengers travelling to the EU from the UK after the transition period.
Graham Brady: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, if he will make it his policy to negotiate a return of duty free sales to the UK after December 2020.
Graham Brady: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what assessment he has made of the efficacy of different methods of testing for lower urinary tract infections; and if he will make it his policy to encourage the establishment of clinics for lower urinary tract infections in each Health Authority.
Graham Brady: I remind hon. Members that we need to move to the wind-up speeches by 10 past 5. I call Dr Murrison. If you would exercise a little restraint, that would be welcome.
Graham Brady: The hon. Gentleman is entitled to make a speech at this point, if he wishes to do so.
Graham Brady: Order. I call Mr James Gray.
Graham Brady: We now have three Front-Bench wind-ups and a moment or two at the end for Mr McDonald to wind up, too.
Graham Brady: In the interest of scrupulous geographical impartiality, I will impose a five-minute limit on speeches.
Graham Brady: A number of Members wish to participate and I hope to avoid a time limit. If Members keep to about five minutes per contribution, I might be able to avoid that.
Graham Brady: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development, pursuant to the Answer of 26 February 2018 to Question 128376, on Developing Countries: Coal Fired Power Stations, what support her Department provides to developing countries fully deploying abated coal-fired power projects.
Graham Brady: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development, pursuant to the Answer of 26 February to Question 128376, on Developing Countries: Coal Fired Power Stations,what steps her Department is taking to encourage multilateral organisations to provide financing for projects fully deploying abated coal-fired power; and if she will make a statement.
Graham Brady: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, what estimate his Department has made of the number of taxpayers who are paying an effective marginal rate of tax on income in excess of (a) 40, (b) 50, (c) 60 and (d) 70 per cent once account has been taken of tax arrangements relating to pension contributions in the most recent tax year for which data is available.
Graham Brady: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, with reference to his Department's consultation on the tax treatment of heated tobacco products, published on 20 March 2017, whether he is taking steps to introduce a new category for heat-no-burn tobacco products; and if he will make a statement.
Graham Brady: This is a difficult debate that I think many of us would wish it was not necessary to hold. Nevertheless, I welcome the tone of the Front-Bench speakers in seeking to tackle such a difficult subject. I particularly welcome the commitment of the shadow Secretary of State, the hon. Member for Denton and Reddish (Andrew Gwynne), to stamp out anti-Semitism in the Labour party, although it was...
Graham Brady: I condemn all forms of racism, but there is a danger in suggesting that anti-Semitism is somehow different from other forms of racism—it is not. I hope that the hon. Lady will join me in condemning all forms equally. As a contributor to the 2015 all-party inquiry led by the hon. Member for Bassetlaw (John Mann), I was keen to contribute to this debate. Indeed, I am also keen to do so...
Graham Brady: I unequivocally agree with my hon. Friend’s point. Some appear to have persuaded themselves that anti-Semitism is something other than racism. They are wrong. It is of course possible to criticise Israel without being anti-Semitic. British Jews themselves often have a lively debate about policy in Israel, but all too often that criticism of Israel blurs into anti-Semitism through the...
Graham Brady: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development, what assessment her Department has made of the openness to trade in UK (a) goods and (b) services of developing countries in receipt of UK aid broken down by recipient country.
Graham Brady: We have four wind-ups to come, including from the Chair of the Select Committee. May I ask the Opposition spokesmen to try to keep their remarks to no more than about eight minutes, to ensure that everybody is heard?