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Public Bill Committee: Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (7 Dec 2021)

Stewart Hosie: Q We are now sitting in public again and the proceedings are being broadcast. Do any Members wish to make a declaration of interests in connection with the Bill? No, so in that case, we will hear evidence from Kate Nicholls OBE, chief executive of UK Hospitality, who will appear in person, and Dominic Curran, property policy adviser at the British Retail Consortium, who will appear by Zoom....

Public Bill Committee: Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (7 Dec 2021)

Stewart Hosie: Do you have any introductory remarks to make about the Bill?

Public Bill Committee: Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (7 Dec 2021)

Stewart Hosie: Thank you. Dominic, will you introduce yourself and make any introductory remarks that you may have?

Public Bill Committee: Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (7 Dec 2021)

Stewart Hosie: Thank you very much. In that case, I will open up the floor to questions. Seema Malhotra.

Public Bill Committee: Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (7 Dec 2021)

Stewart Hosie: Order. I am sorry to cut across you in full flow, but I am afraid we are at the end of the time allocated for these questions. I thank the witnesses very much indeed. We will now prepare for the next panel.

Public Bill Committee: Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill (7 Dec 2021)

Stewart Hosie: We are now sitting in public and the proceedings are being broadcast. Before we begin, I have a few announcements. Please switch electronic devices to silent. No food or drink is permitted during sittings of the Committee except for the water provided. Members are expected to wear masks when they are not speaking, in line with current Government guidance and that of the House of Commons...

Public Bill Committee: Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill (7 Dec 2021)

Stewart Hosie: The Committee will therefore proceed to line-by-line consideration of the Bill on Thursday at 11.30 am.

Public Bill Committee: Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill (7 Dec 2021)

Stewart Hosie: Copies of written evidence that the Committee receives will be made available in the Committee Room and circulated to Members by email.

Public Bill Committee: Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill (7 Dec 2021)

Stewart Hosie: We will now go into a short private session to discuss lines of questioning.

Conduct of the Right Hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (30 Nov 2021)

Stewart Hosie: It is a pleasure to follow the right hon. Member for West Suffolk (Matt Hancock). If he carries on reading out his briefing notes, he might get a job in the Government one day. There is an old adage in politics: it is not enough simply to win a vote, one needs to win the argument, too. This Government are rather different, though. They will use their majority to win votes, although sometimes...

Conduct of the Right Hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (30 Nov 2021)

Stewart Hosie: We are here. We did not make a unilateral declaration of independence. We have not rushed into a second referendum. What we have done is win another mandate, and we will hold the referendum in line with the wishes of the people, because that is what democracy actually means. The proposed changes to the Electoral Commission will give this Government unprecedented and unchecked power by...

Conduct of the Right Hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (30 Nov 2021)

Stewart Hosie: Limited and specific lawbreaking is still lawbreaking. I was also struck by the fact that the Government almost boasted about their intention to break international law, not by way of the “little Britlander” exceptionalism we are used to, but in a way that would have made the UK an international pariah. I could add that this Government lost a key battle in the Tory covid cronyism row when...

Conduct of the Right Hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (30 Nov 2021)

Stewart Hosie: No, I will not. The rot starts at the top. The fish rots from the head down—that is the Prime Minister. The buck should stop with him and the process to end this should end today with support for this motion.

Conduct of the Right Hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (30 Nov 2021)

Stewart Hosie: Will the Minister give way?

Conduct of the Right Hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (30 Nov 2021)

Stewart Hosie: The Minister is speaking dutifully and gushingly about the Prime Minister; he is painting a picture that nobody in the country recognises. For the sake of completeness, perhaps he will explain, if things are going so swimmingly, why Conservative Back Benchers have sent letters of no confidence to the 1922 committee?

Access to Salbutamol Inhalers — [Stewart Hosie in the Chair] (29 Nov 2021)

Stewart Hosie: Before we begin, I remind Members that they are expected to wear face coverings when they are not speaking in the debate, in line with current UK Government guidance and that of the House of Commons Commission. I also remind Members that they are asked by the House to have a covid lateral flow test twice a week if coming on to the estate, which can be done at the testing centre in Portcullis...

Strengthening Standards in Public Life (17 Nov 2021)

Stewart Hosie: This is in the public domain, Madam Deputy Speaker: if we look at the Leader of the House’s entry in the Register of Members’ Financial Interests, we see that, in 2016, he has an entry for January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August and September. How much he earned does not matter, but he claims that he worked 35 hours in each of those months. Does my hon. Friend the Member...

Strengthening Standards in Public Life (17 Nov 2021)

Stewart Hosie: I agree with the Leader of the House about Members having a wide range of backgrounds. I also agree with Burke that our first duty should be to serve our constituents, but hon. Members are picking up from their second job tens, scores or hundreds of thousands of pounds a year, and one cannot serve two paymasters. Has the time not come to, at the very least, agree to this modest motion today...

Public Bill Committee: Cultural Objects (Protection from Seizure) Bill (17 Nov 2021)

Stewart Hosie: Before we begin, let me make a few preliminary remarks. Members are expected to wear face coverings when they are not speaking and to maintain social distancing as far as possible. Please give each other and members of staff space when seated and when entering and leaving the room. I remind Members that they are asked by the House authorities to have a lateral flow test twice a week if coming...

Public Bill Committee: Cultural Objects (Protection from Seizure) Bill: Clause 1 - Protection of cultural objects on loan (17 Nov 2021)

Stewart Hosie: With this it will be convenient to consider clause 2 stand part.


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