Results 1–20 of 5294 for (in the 'Commons debates' OR in the 'Westminster Hall debates' OR in the 'Lords debates' OR in the 'Northern Ireland Assembly debates') speaker:Angela Eagle

Exiting the European Union: Meaningful Vote (11 Dec 2018)

Angela Eagle: The right hon. Gentleman and I both entered the House at the same time, and I doubt that either of us has been in a situation quite as dangerous and fraught as this. Surely he will agree that, after yesterday, the Prime Minister has shredded her credibility and that many people on both sides of the House now find it almost impossible to believe a word she says. She asserts one thing one day...

European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018: Statutory Obligations on Ministers (11 Dec 2018)

Angela Eagle: I have some sympathy for the Minister, because he is doing his best to give the House assurances about what is likely to happen, but the fact is that he is appearing on behalf of a Prime Minister who has completely shredded her credibility by doing what she did yesterday. She was prepared to send out her Cabinet colleagues to make one assertion with confidence in the morning, while she was...

Business of the House (10 Dec 2018)

Angela Eagle: The Leader of the House was extremely coy in her answers to the questions from the right hon. Member for Putney (Justine Greening) and my hon. Friend the Member for Leeds West (Rachel Reeves) about whether the amendment to the motion that we were discussing—before the Government decided to pull it today—which was passed ahead of the debate and which replaced the neutral and unamendable...

Exiting the European Union (10 Dec 2018)

Angela Eagle: In my 27 years in this House, I have rarely seen a Government in such a farrago of chaos as the Prime Minister has caused with her negotiations. Last week, she said: “I caution hon. Members that not only has the EU made it clear that the withdrawal agreement cannot be reopened—we have agreed the deal and the deal is there”.—[Official Report, 4 December 2018; Vol. 65, c. 755.] She has...

Business of the House: [3rd Allotted Day] (6 Dec 2018)

Angela Eagle: After two wasted years of wrangling with her own Cabinet and her own party, the Prime Minister has come back from Brussels with her deeply flawed and unacceptable EU withdrawal deal. And she has achieved the impossible: she has united the country in horror against it. According to all the official forecasts, this is a draft treaty that will make our country poorer. Far from taking back...

Business of the House: [3rd Allotted Day] (6 Dec 2018)

Angela Eagle: And we are all grateful for that. In the event, the Prime Minister squandered three months’ negotiating time and the first Conservative majority for 25 years. This Prime Minister has repeatedly invoked her own partisan definition of “the national interest” when, in truth, she has acted at all times in the narrow sectional interest of her own deeply divided party. That is why her belated...

Business of the House: [3rd Allotted Day] (6 Dec 2018)

Angela Eagle: Does my right hon. Friend agree that that kind of arrangement really puts this country over a barrel in the subsequent trade arrangements, because such a time limit weakens our position and makes it far less likely that we will be able to come to a good conclusion?

Exiting the European Union: US Trade (6 Dec 2018)

Angela Eagle: I repeat the question from the hon. Member for Lichfield (Michael Fabricant), because the Minister did not answer it. He surely has to confirm at the Dispatch Box that the deal means that any trade deals that might be signed cannot be implemented until we are out of the customs union and single market. He just has to get up and say that that is true.

European Union (Withdrawal) Act: 1st Allotted Day (4 Dec 2018)

Angela Eagle: rose—

European Union (Withdrawal) Act: 1st Allotted Day (4 Dec 2018)

Angela Eagle: Will the Prime Minister give way?

Leaving the Eu: Economic Analysis (28 Nov 2018)

Angela Eagle: The Government, like a third-rate conjurer, hope that if they produce a range of examples for scenarios that are not going to happen, such as no deal or Chequers, somehow we will be taken in by it. Is it not about time the Government do what the House asks them to do, whether on legal advice publication or giving us the facts to make the decision, so that this House can take back control on...

Leaving the EU (26 Nov 2018)

Angela Eagle: In the Prime Minister’s lexicon, is “smooth and orderly” the new “strong and stable”?

Progress on EU Negotiations (22 Nov 2018)

Angela Eagle: Will the Prime Minister now admit that extending the aspirations into a political declaration that is 19 pages longer than the original series of aspirations is not actually a deal? When will she reach a deal so that, when we vote to leave through the withdrawal Act, we will know where we are leaving to? And whatever happened to frictionless trade? It is not mentioned at all in her list of...

EU Exit Negotiations (15 Nov 2018)

Angela Eagle: Will the Prime Minister now recognise that she made a catastrophic error when she decided to kowtow to the fantasy extremist beliefs of the Brexiteers in her own party, instead of bringing the country together? Their views are impossible to bring about, and they are now openly plotting against her after she has tried to do her best in the negotiation. Surely she now needs to listen to the...

Delegated Legislation: Exiting the European Union (Financial Services and Markets) (14 Nov 2018)

Angela Eagle: On a point of order, Madam Deputy Speaker. The Prime Minister is obviously pretty caught up with the Cabinet at the moment; the rumours are that she has got on to only the third of the Cabinet Ministers to speak, so this could go on for a little time. However, we do have all the time up to 7 pm, which would give her time to come to the House and get the constitutional proprieties right on the...

EU Withdrawal Agreement: Legal Advice (13 Nov 2018)

Angela Eagle: Further to that point of order, Mr Speaker. I speak as a non-lawyer. Can you confirm that although this is a Government who do not vote when they think they are going to lose, they nevertheless have a duty to honour the motion passed by the House, because it is not just an expression of the Opposition’s view but effective?

EU Withdrawal Agreement: Legal Advice (13 Nov 2018)

Angela Eagle: Will my right hon. and learned Friend give way?

EU Withdrawal Agreement: Legal Advice (13 Nov 2018)

Angela Eagle: rose—

EU Withdrawal Agreement: Legal Advice (13 Nov 2018)

Angela Eagle: rose—

EU Withdrawal Agreement: Legal Advice (13 Nov 2018)

Angela Eagle: I thank my right hon. and learned Friend for giving way. Does he agree that the unprecedented nature of the meaningful vote that this House will have in the event of a withdrawal agreement being made makes it imperative for those of us who have to make that decision to have access to the Attorney General’s best view and his legal advice as to what the implications of that decision are?


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