Results 161–180 of 8345 for speaker:Angela Eagle

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Concentrix (12 Oct 2016)

Angela Eagle: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many outstanding applications for mandatory reconsideration of a tax credit decision by Concentrix there are in (a) Wallasey constituency, (b) Wirral and (c) Merseyside.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Concentrix (12 Oct 2016)

Angela Eagle: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many complaints HM Revenue and Customs have received about Concentrix from residents in (a) Wallasey constituency, (b) Wirral and (c) Merseyside since that company has been under contract with his Department.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Concentrix (12 Oct 2016)

Angela Eagle: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many tax credits claims have been reinstated by HM Revenue and Customs as a result of (a) adjustments and (b) cancellations by Concentrix in (i) Wallasey constituency, (ii) Wirral and (iii) Merseyside.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Concentrix (12 Oct 2016)

Angela Eagle: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, how many people in (a) Wallasey constituency, (b) Wirral and (c) Merseyside have had tax credits claims (i) amended and (ii) cancelled by Concentrix.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (12 Oct 2016)

Angela Eagle: Many people across the House will be reassured that the Government accepted the amendment to the Opposition motion to be debated later this afternoon that guarantees that this House is able properly to scrutinise the plan for leaving the European Union before article 50 is invoked. Can she tell us: will that scrutiny involve a vote?

Next Steps in Leaving the European Union (10 Oct 2016)

Angela Eagle: This is the first time I have ever heard parliamentary sovereignty referred to as micromanagement. In the past few weeks, we have seen many hundreds of thousands of foreign nationals working here question the welcome they received in this country and their future in this country. We know that many UK citizens living and working abroad in Europe are going through similar turmoil. We have heard...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Mersey Tunnels: Tolls (14 Sep 2016)

Angela Eagle: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what progress has been made on the review of the Mersey tunnel tolls.

Exiting the European Union (5 Sep 2016)

Angela Eagle: Unravelling 40 years of close co-operation within the European Union with now 27 nation states is, as the right hon. Gentleman is learning if he did not know before, a complex issue. Does he intend to give the House some ongoing view of how that is going? Will he provide some assurance on issues such as workers’ rights? Will we keep the principle of equal pay for work of equal value?...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Immigration (5 Sep 2016)

Angela Eagle: In China, the Prime Minister has unilaterally announced that Britain will not be adopting the points-based system on which the leave campaign put so much emphasis during the referendum, but that we will be doing something more effective. Can the Minister tell us what that is?

Steel Industry (26 May 2016)

Angela Eagle: I thank the right hon. Gentleman for his statement and for advance sight of it. I am surprised that he failed to mention any of the details of the consultation paper on pensions that his Government published today. I agree with the Secretary of State’s assessment of the importance of our steel industry to the UK economy. No one who saw the steelworkers march through London yesterday can...

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

Angela Eagle: Will the Minister give way?

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

Angela Eagle: Thank goodness for that. Just to make it clear to the hon. Gentleman, Labour Members do not object to expanding the university sector. We do have questions, and rightly, about the speed with which that will be done, how probationary status will work and what kind of gamble that will represent. We will go on asking those questions, but the hon. Gentleman should not set up a straw man or woman...

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

Angela Eagle: I beg to move an amendment, at the end of the Question to add: “but respectfully regret that the Gracious Speech contained proposals to enable further increases in tuition fees; believe that there should be no further increases in tuition fees; and further believe that no good or outstanding school should be forced to become an academy.”. I am reeling from the prospect of public...

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

Angela Eagle: The introduction of the national living wage is a con, because it is not a living wage. An increase in wages is obviously welcome, but it does not apply to those who are under 25. The national living wage describes itself as something that it is not, so we have a healthy degree of scepticism about how useful it will be.

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

Angela Eagle: We must look at the policy on schools against what the Institute for Fiscal Studies has called a real-terms cut of 8% in budgets over this Parliament. We have to judge it with that as a background.

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

Angela Eagle: I certainly agree that quantity is not all. I will come on to some of the detail of those Bills as I make progress with my speech. Michael Portillo went on to say: “The Government is in total paralysis, because the only thing that matters to the Government now is the saving of the Prime Minister’s career”— by— “winning the referendum.” In what will...

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

Angela Eagle: No. The Government have already caved in by agreeing to an amendment to the motion which will exempt the NHS from the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. We on the Labour Benches have long called for the Government to exempt the NHS from trade deals, and we are glad that they have now agreed with us. It is interesting to see what this divided shower of a Government are now able...

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

Angela Eagle: I will get on to those points, but this is a debate on the entirety of the Queen’s Speech, and I am entitled to say what I like about any little bit of it. The hon. and learned Lady can make her own speech if she catches the Speaker’s eye, and I will thank her if she lets me make mine. I am here to make the point that I want to make, and I intend to do so. The emptiness of the...

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

Angela Eagle: The hon. Gentleman should invite me to come and visit the university. We can go together so that I can see what is going on in Herefordshire. The Institute for Fiscal Studies has calculated that there is likely to be an 8% fall in funding per pupil between now and 2020 in the schools sector, after a modest 0.6% rise in funding per pupil in the previous Parliament. It cannot be said that I do...

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

Angela Eagle: The first thing to say is that some of the threats are from the so-called new providers, which are untried and untested. We will have to look closely at the detail of the Bill when it is debated, and I am sure we will talk about that aspect. By the way, I would like to acknowledge the fact that the Minister for Universities and Science has taken the place of the Secretary of State for...


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