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Written Answers — Department for Transport: A14: Road Works (11 Sep 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, how much money has been spent from the public purse on archeological work in relation to the new A14 road works; and how much further funding he plans to allocate to that work.

Salisbury Update (5 Sep 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: As my right hon. Friend pointed out earlier, during the summer the United States increased its sanctions against Russia specifically as a result of this heinous crime. To what extent are we intending to replicate the sanctions that the US has put in place? Are we are intending to get our EU allies to do the same?

Ceramics (Country of Origin Marking): Civil Liability Bill [Lords] (4 Sep 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: One of the key elements of stopping whiplash claims and so forth was the banning of referral fees. There are more and more reports coming in that, perhaps for the resilience reasons that my right hon. Friend discussed, we are increasingly seeing ways of getting round the ban on referral fees. This is of great concern to many. These people are of course breaking the law. Has he considered this...

EU Withdrawal Agreement: Legislation (24 Jul 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: The Government are still maintaining that no deal is preferable to a bad deal. Over the summer, the Secretary of State will be going round the European Union selling the Government’s White Paper policy document, and in that he has my full support. However, if he were to fail, for whatever reason, would he accept the clear evidence that a customs union-based approach is still preferable...

Trade Bill: Report on proposed free trade agreement (17 Jul 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: We are clearly in a very much better situation now with this Bill’s regulation scrutiny provisions than after the Second Reading in this House, and on that basis my recommendation will be that hon. Members do not vote for my new clause 6 or my amendments 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, but that they vote for the alternative Government amendments, new clauses 12, 13 and 14 and all their tabled...

Trade Bill: Report on proposed free trade agreement (17 Jul 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: Yes, the approach that has now been adopted is, I believe, a fair one, subject to some ironing out that might need to be done in the other place. Yes, it is a good deal for my hon. Friend’s constituents. After no little discussion over the last few months, I think that the position is now very much improved. Let us keep in mind that a single FTA might have many SIs attached to it, so to...

Taxation (Cross-Border Trade) Bill: EU VAT area and pre-commencement requirements (16 Jul 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: Let me start by saying that, to my mind, the European Research Group’s amendments are clearly aimed at restricting the Government’s ability to negotiate, if indeed they are compatible with the White Paper at all—a White Paper that I support. Amendment 73 and new clause 36 certainly fall into that category. I think that they have been tabled by those who wish to create such...

Taxation (Cross-Border Trade) Bill: EU VAT area and pre-commencement requirements (16 Jul 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: Will my right hon. Friend give way?

Taxation (Cross-Border Trade) Bill: EU VAT area and pre-commencement requirements (16 Jul 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: Are we not seeing here an insertion of further red lines when we have enough of them already?

Offensive Weapons Bill (27 Jun 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: I generally welcome the Bill, but I should point out that the measures he is talking about mean banning the weapons. They relate to about 200 bulky, expensive and very loud rifles which, as far as I know, have never been used for a single crime in this country. It is probably the gun least likely ever to be used in a crime. Is the Secretary of State aware that in pursuing this policy without...

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Commencement and short title (13 Jun 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: I accept that business wants consistency and answers, and that it wants to know which way it is heading. However, even under the amendment it would not have that, so I still say that we should stick with the Prime Minister, who has her plan. The Lords amendment on the customs union is a more complicated scenario, as it does not mandate us to join a customs union, as the amendment to the...

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Commencement and short title (13 Jun 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: A key question coming out of today is whether we wish to deal with the customs union and EEA issues now in this Bill or later, in the Trade Bill and the customs Bill, after the June EU summit. As things stand, there are reasons for immediate concern. We were promised a White Paper, planned for a few weeks ago. Not only has it not materialised but we are now being told that it will not appear...

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Commencement and short title (13 Jun 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: It seems to me that the right hon. and learned Gentleman is, in effect, making the same argument on this issue as the Government, which is that we want to negotiate a free trade deal without the bureaucracy or the regulations—in other words, to have the best of the EU and the single market but without the downside. That is a very valid position to take, but can he confirm that he is in...

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Repeal of the European Communities Act 1972 (12 Jun 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: The key difference between Lords amendment 19 and Government amendment (a) is that, in the event of a no deal scenario, the Government amendment simply requires a statement, while the Lords amendment in effect grants Parliament a power to issue negotiating directions. On the face of it, it looks attractive to say that if the Government cannot deliver, the Commons should be able to step in,...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Financial Institutions: Environment Protection (31 May 2018)

Jonathan Djanogly: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, whether the Government is planning to require mandatory environmental reporting by UK financial institutions in line with the framework developed by the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures; and if he will make a statement.

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....


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