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Business of the House (Today): Criminal Legal Aid (8 May 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: I declare any interests that I may have as a non-practising solicitor. The criminal justice system in England and Wales faces many significant and structural problems, but placing all the blame on the regulations and tacking the Criminal Bar’s reaction to them at face value will not solve the underlying problems with which we need to contend. Having said that, my initial reaction to the...

Business of the House (Today): Criminal Legal Aid (8 May 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: My hon. Friend is quite right. In fact, many, if not most, of the post-2010 coalition criminal legal aid cuts had been put in place by the losing Labour Administration. Furthermore, during debates on the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012, I recall the Labour spokesman saying that we should make required cuts to criminal legal aid, rather than to civil legal aid....

Business of the House (Today): Criminal Legal Aid (8 May 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill [Lords]: Periodic reports on exercise of power to make regulations under section 1 (1 May 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: First, let me join many hon. Members in congratulating the Government and, in particular, the Minister on building a consensus within the parties and among hon. Members on the Magnitsky provisions, which I wish to speak to today. Time is short, so I will make only a few brief points. On whether these powers are actually going to be used and on the methods of use, I do not yet see any...

Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill [Lords]: Periodic reports on exercise of power to make regulations under section 1 (1 May 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: I have to say that the Minister did not go into very much detail in his excellent opening remarks about what would be in the report proposed under new clause 3. If my right hon. Friend has had discussions with him on that, it would be interesting to hear about them. If not, it would be interesting to hear more from the Minister later on.

Military Action Overseas: Parliamentary Approval: Anti-Semitism (17 Apr 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: rose—

Military Action Overseas: Parliamentary Approval: Anti-Semitism (17 Apr 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: My right hon. Friend will, of course, have received an increasing number of complaints from the Jewish community about the rise of anti-Semitism in recent times. Will he take this opportunity to describe to the House the discussions that he has been having with that community?

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: EU Framework Programme (4 Apr 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, whether the Government plans to seek Associated Country status for the UK for the EU's Framework Programme 9.

Written Answers — Department for Education: Overseas Students: EU Nationals (3 Apr 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, when the Government plans to publish the (a) fee and (b) loan status of EU undergraduate students commencing courses at English higher education providers in the 2019-20 academic year.

Written Answers — Department for Education: Overseas Students: EU Nationals (3 Apr 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, whether he will be able to confirm the fee and loan status of EU undergraduate applicants for the 2019-20 academic year in time to enable universities to meet their consumer and marketing requirements in summer 2018.

Written Answers — Treasury: Horizon 2020 (29 Mar 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, whether the Government plans to underwrite competitive grant awards made during the transition period by the European Commission to UK organisations including universities participating in Horizon 2020.

Leaving the Eu: Uk Ports (Customs) (19 Mar 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: People are talking about the customs union, a customs union, a customs partnership and, as the Prime Minister put it, a hopeful customs arrangement, but will my right hon. Friend accept that as far as businesses are concerned they do not really care what it is called as long as they do not have 10-mile queues at the border, they are not paying EU tariffs and they are not being clogged up...

Money Laundering (19 Mar 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: I congratulate the Government on moving towards supporting the Magnitsky amendment. There are three elements to such an amendment: first, asset seizures; secondly, visa bans; and thirdly and very importantly, a public list of named individuals. A public list makes it difficult for those named to access finance, and encourages others not to get on the list. Will the Minister set out his...

Salisbury Incident (12 Mar 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: I congratulate the Prime Minister on her robust stance against Russian aggression. She will be aware that the most effective sanctions are those taken multilaterally. The concern of some is that when we leave the EU, we will lose our seat at the table on the body that sets those sanctions. Will she therefore reassure us that a lot of effort will go into building up a new relationship to...

Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill [Lords] (20 Feb 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: The Bill constitutes one piece of a patchwork of laws that are currently going through Parliament to create a post-Brexit framework of legislation, but it is potentially much more than just an enabler for the UK to implement sanctions post Brexit. Thinking about the Bill, it became clear to me how many scenarios it will actually cover, from sanctions used as an alternative to military or...

Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill [Lords] (20 Feb 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: May I ask my right hon. Friend to confirm this: when he says property, is that all property or just real property?

Trade Bill (9 Jan 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: I totally support my right hon. Friend’s aims in clause 1 and the need for us to re-engage with the GPA. The clause also shows how vital it is that we leave the EU with agreements in place, rather than just falling off a cliff. We are not a member of the GPA through our membership of the EU, and we will have to rejoin in our own right—in the same way as we will have to re-engage...

Ukraine — [Mrs Cheryl Gillan in the Chair] (20 Dec 2017)

Jonathan Djanogly: I congratulate my right hon. Friend the Member for Maldon (Mr Whittingdale) on securing the debate and on leading the recent delegation to eastern Ukraine, which I had the privilege of joining. That was not my first visit to Ukraine, but it was my first visit to the Donetsk region. To see the challenges posed in places such as Kramatorsk and Avdiivka next to the Donetsk airport, where so...

Ukraine — [Mrs Cheryl Gillan in the Chair] (20 Dec 2017)

Jonathan Djanogly: I was aware, but that fact needs to be well publicised; it is not known widely enough. We must also be welcoming here to Ukrainians. The Schengen area has just awarded visa liberalisation to Ukraine. I accept that that is unlikely in the UK until we know where we stand post Brexit, but the bitter complaints that I heard from Ukrainians about the lack of efficiency in the existing process...

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Implementing the withdrawal agreement (13 Dec 2017)

Jonathan Djanogly: My right hon. Friend will be aware that all parties are aiming for next October for the negotiation of the final deal, but the Secretary of State has said that he will keep negotiating until March 2019 and that, if necessary, he will go on after that into the implementation period, so there should be time one way or another.


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