Results 181–200 of 2936 for speaker:Stewart Hosie

Women in the Commonwealth: Trade and Investment (11 Mar 2020)

Stewart Hosie: Order. Before the hon. Lady makes her point, it has been a very good debate and I am sure after this wonderful point of order the Minister will return to his normal good-hearted self and come swiftly to a close.

Women in the Commonwealth: Trade and Investment (11 Mar 2020)

Stewart Hosie: I call Laura Harris.

Women in the Commonwealth: Trade and Investment (11 Mar 2020)

Stewart Hosie: I apologise for getting your surname wrong, Ms Farris—it will not happen again. That was a very long intervention; I am sure that they will get slightly shorter. I call Theo Clarke.

River Severn Flooding — [Stewart Hosie in the Chair] (11 Mar 2020)

Stewart Hosie: Order. This is an important subject, but if interventions could be slightly snappier, I would be grateful.

River Severn Flooding — [Stewart Hosie in the Chair] (11 Mar 2020)

Stewart Hosie: I call the Minister, Rebecca Pow.

River Severn Flooding — [Stewart Hosie in the Chair] (11 Mar 2020)

Stewart Hosie: Not in a 30-minute debate. I apologise.

Trade Deals and Fair Trade — [Graham Stringer in the Chair] (11 Mar 2020)

Stewart Hosie: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Stringer. I congratulate the hon. Member for Swansea West (Geraint Davies) on securing this important debate. I do not think anyone in this room would disagree that trade needs to be free, or that trade needs to be fair. I thank the hon. Gentleman for expanding what we mean by fairness. We are not just talking about ensuring that there is...

Trade Deals and Fair Trade — [Graham Stringer in the Chair] (11 Mar 2020)

Stewart Hosie: Nor am I, but I am surprised and slightly disappointed that the UK Government’s stated intention is to exclude certain important matters from dispute resolution or arbitration. But—and this is a big but—not all arbitration and dispute resolution mechanisms are the same. Although the SNP will continue to support the inclusion of all the aspects of modern trade deals that I have...

Trade Deals and Fair Trade — [Graham Stringer in the Chair] (11 Mar 2020)

Stewart Hosie: Of course I agree with that. It is important that the wide range of issues that form the basis of modern trade deals—not simply tariffs and quotas—are included. As I have said, however, not all arbitration mechanisms are the same, and I would not want one that operated on the basis of the secret ISDS-type schemes that we have seen. That is primarily because of the potential restrictions...

International Trade: Topical Questions (5 Mar 2020)

Stewart Hosie: Will the Secretary of State update the House on the progress being made to ensure that the legal services trade between the UK and the European Union can be maintained after the end of this year?

International Trade: Topical Questions (5 Mar 2020)

Stewart Hosie: I am glad that that is being looked at because, right now, if an agreement is not reached between the UK and the European Union, UK legal practitioners—lawyers—will no longer be protected by legal or professional privilege inside the European Union. May we have a specific focus on that to ensure that jeopardy is removed, but also, more importantly, to ensure that the associated...

UK-US Trade Deal (2 Mar 2020)

Stewart Hosie: I thank the Minister for her statement and early sight of it. It is true that the analysis published today, which forms part of these documents, does provide some very useful information. It tells us that the maximum tariff reduction will be less than half a billion pounds, that the maximum increase in UK GDP would be 0.16%, that the maximum increase in gross value added for Scotland would be...

Points-based Immigration System (24 Feb 2020)

Stewart Hosie: The Secretary of State has made great play of quadrupling the seasonal agricultural pilot scheme from 2,500 to 10,000 people. At a push, that would just about—maybe—fill the shortfall in Scotland, but it comes nowhere close to the 100,000 seasonal workers required across the UK. Let me ask her this: how many thousands of tonnes of food and vegetables need to rot in the fields before she...

Global Britain (3 Feb 2020)

Stewart Hosie: I thank the Secretary of State for giving me early sight of his statement. He said that the UK would “look ahead with confidence” and “signal to future partners” that we were “outward-facing”. May I disagree? I think that all these plans risk making the UK a smaller, more insular and more isolated place. He also spoke about a “truly global Britain” and about being the “best...

Industrial and Commercial Waste Incineration (28 Jan 2020)

Stewart Hosie: Order. I am conscious that we are eating into the time for the Minister’s response.

Industrial and Commercial Waste Incineration (28 Jan 2020)

Stewart Hosie: I thank the hon. Lady for that wonderful three minutes.

Industrial and Commercial Waste Incineration (28 Jan 2020)

Stewart Hosie: That was the longest intervention ever.

Industrial and Commercial Waste Incineration (28 Jan 2020)

Stewart Hosie: Order. I am afraid I have to ask for a three-minute time limit.

Industrial and Commercial Waste Incineration (28 Jan 2020)

Stewart Hosie: Order. Before I call the next speaker, there are six people on their feet and 25 minutes before I call the Front Benchers to sum up, so they have five or six minutes each.

Local Services: London Suburbs — [Stewart Hosie in the Chair] (28 Jan 2020)

Stewart Hosie: It is a half-hour debate, so I call the Minister to respond.


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