Results 1–20 of 1623 for speaker:Adrian Bailey

Valedictory Debate (5 Nov 2019)

Adrian Bailey: I rise to give my final speech in the House. I stress that, notwithstanding the difficulties of the politics and the role of Parliament at this moment, my reasons for standing down are essentially personal. I have been here for 19 years, but it does not seem a minute since I gave my maiden speech. My enthusiasm for politics is undiminished and my commitment to the values that have always...

Valedictory Debate (5 Nov 2019)

Adrian Bailey: I would just like to put on record that during the right hon. Gentleman’s spell as Secretary of State for Transport, a company—it will be unnamed—came to me in desperate straits over a problem that involved the Department for Transport and other countries, and it would have gone out of business within 10 days had it not been resolved. I took it to the right hon. Gentleman, we had a...

Health and Social Care: Genomics (29 Oct 2019)

Adrian Bailey: Health service professionals in the Black Country are concerned that the removal of local funding for in-house molecular testing for cancer in April in favour of regional genomic laboratory hubs could in certain circumstances cause delays in diagnosis and be more expensive. Will the Minister look at this again in order to refine the processes to address these particular issues?

The Economy (24 Oct 2019)

Adrian Bailey: I would like to use the short time I have to focus on the issues of fiscal responsibility, public spending and public debt, which have been much debated in the Queen’s Speech, including by the Prime Minister and the Chancellor. I make it clear that I welcome the Government’s public spending commitments, which are long overdue. As they stand they are inadequate, but they are a step...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Occupational Pensions: West Bromwich West (18 Oct 2019)

Adrian Bailey: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, how many and what proportion of people in West Bromwich West constituency have (a) opted out after being auto-enrolled into a workplace pension and (b) saved more than the auto-enrolment minimum contribution.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Prisons: Staffing Levels (8 Oct 2019)

Adrian Bailey: What recent assessment he has made of the adequacy of staffing levels in prisons.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Prisons: Staffing Levels (8 Oct 2019)

Adrian Bailey: Since 2010, the number of prison officers has dropped by 80,000. Violence and insecurity in our jails have soared. What estimate has the Minister made of the impact in jails of her party conference’s proposals to increase jail sentences on violent and sexual offenders and the cost of delivering it?

Written Answers — Treasury: Insolvency (8 Oct 2019)

Adrian Bailey: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what discussions his officials had with the Insolvency Service on the draft Finance Bill 2019-20 prior to its publication on 11 July 2019; and whether views were sought on the policy to make HMRC a secondary preferential creditor in insolvencies.

Written Answers — Treasury: Insolvency (8 Oct 2019)

Adrian Bailey: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what assessment he has made of the effect of establishing HMRC as a secondary preferential creditor in insolvencies on the sustainability of the Pension Protection Fund.

Written Answers — Treasury: Insolvency (8 Oct 2019)

Adrian Bailey: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what assessment he has made of the potential effect of the policy to make HMRC a secondary preferential creditor in insolvencies on the number of corporate insolvencies from Q1 2020 onwards.

Written Answers — Treasury: Insolvency (8 Oct 2019)

Adrian Bailey: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what assessment he has made of the effect of establishing HMRC as a secondary preferential creditor in insolvencies on the ability of SMEs to access finance.

Brexit Readiness: Operation Yellowhammer (25 Sep 2019)

Adrian Bailey: Earlier, the Minister said the Government were talking with the industry concerning the effects of EU tariffs on petrol exports. What he did not say is that the UK is proposing to have a zero tariff on petrol imports. That could result in the closure of two oil refineries, the loss of £50 million a year to the industry, the loss of 2,000 jobs and a potential loss of fuel availability. Will...

Exiting the European Union: Policing and Security (5 Sep 2019)

Adrian Bailey: What recent discussions he has had with the Home Secretary on the effect on policing and security of the UK leaving the EU without a deal.

Exiting the European Union: Policing and Security (5 Sep 2019)

Adrian Bailey: Under a no-deal Brexit, UK police would lose access to 40 enforcement tools, including the European arrest warrant and access to European information databases, which are vital for identifying international terrorists and criminals who could be targeting this country. Can the Minister explain how that is assisting us to take back control of our borders?

The Prime Minister Was Asked: Engagements (4 Sep 2019)

Adrian Bailey: The Chancellor today announced another £2 billion, on top of the £6.3 billion already allocated, to help companies after a no-deal Brexit. Industry, the public and Parliament have a right to know which industries will benefit, for how long and what the total cost will be to the taxpayer. Can the Prime Minister tell us?

Local Housing Allowance and Homelessness — [Mr Adrian Bailey in the Chair] (24 Jul 2019)

Adrian Bailey: We now come to the Front Bench spokespersons, who normally get 10 minutes. There is a little in excess of that, but given the number of questions that have been asked of the Minister, could the Opposition Front Bench spokespersons be disciplined and give him adequate time to respond to them?

Local Housing Allowance and Homelessness — [Mr Adrian Bailey in the Chair] (24 Jul 2019)

Adrian Bailey: Order. Let me advise hon. Members on how I will manage the debate. I intend to start calling the Front-Bench spokespersons by 10.28 am. That provides roughly six to seven minutes for each of Back-Bench speaker. If they could stick to that sort of timeframe, I would be grateful; if they exceed it, I will start getting very fidgety.

Public Bill Committee: Animal Welfare (Sentencing) Bill (23 Jul 2019)

Adrian Bailey: I remind everyone to switch electronic devices off or to silent mode, and that teas and coffees are not allowed in the room. We now begin our line-by-line consideration of the Bill. We must proceed in the order set out in the programme order agreed by the Committee this morning.

Public Bill Committee: Animal Welfare (Sentencing) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (23 Jul 2019)

Adrian Bailey: Good morning. We will now hear from a representative of Bindmans LLP—is it Bin-dmans or Bind-mans?

Public Bill Committee: Animal Welfare (Sentencing) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (23 Jul 2019)

Adrian Bailey: There was a 50:50 chance of getting it right first time. We will also hear from a representative of the Metropolitan police. Will the witnesses please introduce themselves for the record?


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