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Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Leaving the EU: Legal System (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: The hon. Gentleman states his position very clearly and forthrightly. As we leave the European Union, new flexibilities will arise for all parts of the United Kingdom.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Leaving the EU: Legal System (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: The extent to which this Parliament decides that it wishes to replicate provisions of EU law is a matter for this Parliament, and whether or not we put that in the EU withdrawal Bill, that freedom will continue to exist for this Parliament.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Leaving the EU: Legal System (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: When the charter of fundamental rights was brought in, the argument was made at the time that it was essentially replicating rights set out elsewhere in other parts of EU treaties. To the extent that that fundamentally changes matters, there is certainly a debate to be had about it.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Leaving the EU: UK Legal System (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: It is absolutely right that we provide legal certainty for businesses, families and individuals as we leave the European Union. That is why, as the Prime Minister said in her speech on Friday, part of our future partnership with the EU will be to have effective reciprocal arrangements with the EU to deal with cross-border legal disputes in civil and family matters. The best way to deliver...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Leaving the EU: UK Legal System (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: My hon. Friend is right that we should be prepared. He will be aware that the Treasury has made another £3 billion of extra funding available to Departments for 2018 to 2020. We are in discussion with the Treasury about the allocation for the justice system, and we hope to agree it soon.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Leaving the EU: UK Legal System (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: We are committed to securing a deal that works for the entire United Kingdom—for Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and all parts of England. The Government expect that the outcome of leaving the EU will significantly increase the decision making of each devolved Administration. I can tell the House that I wrote to Michael Matheson last month to reaffirm the Department’s commitment...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Leaving the EU: UK Legal System (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: My hon. Friend raises a good question. We recognise that this is an important right to protect UK nationals, so that they can continue with their chosen line of work. It has already been agreed that those who have received a recognition decision or applied for one before the withdrawal date will be able to have their qualifications recognised after exit, including lawyers. Talks on many key...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Leaving the EU: UK Legal System (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: On clause 6 and this question more widely, let us be clear: we are leaving the EU, so the jurisdiction of the ECJ will end, but EU law and the decisions of the ECJ will continue to affect us. For a start, the ECJ determines whether agreements the EU has struck are legal under the EU’s own law. If, as part of our future partnership, Parliament passes an identical law to an EU law, it...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Supreme Court Judgment: Metropolitan Police Commissioner (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: This case is a matter for the Home Office and the police. However, I understand that the Home Office is working closely with the National Police Chiefs Council to understand the impact of the ruling and monitor current claims.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Supreme Court Judgment: Metropolitan Police Commissioner (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: As the Attorney General has said, disclosure in cases is a question of public authorities performing the roles that they should and doing their jobs properly. Clearly, it is of great concern that there have been cases in which that appears not to have happened.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: For prisons to be effective, we must get the basics right. This means creating prisons that are safe, secure and decent. It also means tackling the ringleaders of serious organised crime, so that they cannot continue to profit from their crimes and ruin people’s lives through drugs, deaths and violence from behind bars. I can announce that we are investing an extra £14 million to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: Since 2010 we have removed more than 40,000 foreign national offenders from our prisons, immigration removal centres and the community. A range of removal mechanisms exist that enable foreign offenders to be returned to their home countries, and we are working closely with the Department for Exiting the European Union and the Home Office as we consider our future criminal justice arrangements...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: I believe that the processes have been set up, that the inquiry led by Sir Martin Moore-Bick is the right approach and that the focus should be on ensuring that the inquiry can make progress rather than trying in any way to undermine it.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: I very much agree. Indeed, I advanced that argument this morning in a speech to the Royal Society of Arts. If prisoners are abiding by the rules and complying with what is required of them, governors should have more flexibility to reward them with additional privileges. I think that that could help to move people in the right direction and change behaviour in a positive way.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: We have seen an increased use of suspended sentences, but the hon. Lady is right that we must do more. We want to work closely with community rehabilitation companies and the National Probation Service, because the judiciary must have confidence in non-custodial sentences as well as custodial sentences.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: As I said to my right hon. Friend the Member for Witham (Priti Patel), in the last few years, something like 40,000 foreign national offenders have been returned to their own countries. We continue to seek to sign additional agreements so we can continue to make progress with this.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: As I said in reply to the very first question of this session, it is important that we make progress in using the court estate as sensibly as possible. It is underused, and when resources are scarce, it is important that we use them more efficiently. It is also right that we make advances in using digital technology so that access to justice becomes easier.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: The events in Bedford at the weekend were deeply disturbing and the sympathy of the whole House goes out to that prison officer and his family. Violence against prison officers is at an unacceptable level. There were 8,000 incidents last year and, as I set out in a speech this morning, we must take this incredibly seriously. We must recognise that the driver of a lot of this violence is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions (6 Mar 2018)

David Gauke: The hon. Gentleman raises an important point. If he wants to raise a specific case, I am happy to meet him to discuss it.

Written Ministerial Statements — Ministry of Justice: Justice and Home Affairs opt-in eighth annual report (28 Feb 2018)

David Gauke: The Home Office and Ministry of Justice have prepared the Eighth Annual Report to Parliament on the Application of Protocols 19 and 21 to the Treaty on European Union (TEU) and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) (‘the Treaties’) in Relation to EU Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) Matters. The Report, which is today being laid before the House, is submitted on...


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