Results 1–20 of 531 for (in the 'Commons debates' OR in the 'Westminster Hall debates' OR in the 'Lords debates' OR in the 'Northern Ireland Assembly debates') speaker:Phil Wilson

UK Intergovernmental Co-operation — [Phil Wilson in the Chair] (20 Jun 2018)

Phil Wilson: Let me just say that I did ask people to be back here for 4 o’clock; if there had been another vote, we could still have come back. We should have started at 4 o’clock. It is now six minutes past, and the next debate is being delayed. The only person who turned up for 4 o’clock was the Minister. Lesley Laird, would you like to continue your speech?

UK Intergovernmental Co-operation — [Phil Wilson in the Chair] (20 Jun 2018)

Phil Wilson: Minister, before you start, I point out that this debate has to finish by 4.21 pm. If you could leave a couple of minutes for the mover of the motion, that would be great.

UK Intergovernmental Co-operation — [Phil Wilson in the Chair] (20 Jun 2018)

Phil Wilson: Order. There is a Division in the House, so we shall suspend for 15 minutes and come back for 4 o’clock. If there is more than one Division, the sitting will remain suspended for 15 minutes for each vote. Sitting suspended for a Division in the House. On resuming—

UK Intergovernmental Co-operation — [Phil Wilson in the Chair] (20 Jun 2018)

Phil Wilson: Order. The hon. Gentleman is taking us away from the subject at hand. If he could concentrate on the motion before us that would be more than welcome.

UK Intergovernmental Co-operation — [Phil Wilson in the Chair] (20 Jun 2018)

Phil Wilson: Order. I hope the hon. Gentleman is bringing his remarks to a close because I want to bring in two other Front-Bench speakers and allow time for the mover of the motion to wind up the debate.

UK Intergovernmental Co-operation — [Phil Wilson in the Chair] (20 Jun 2018)

Phil Wilson: Before I call the Labour Front-Bench speaker, let me say that I would like to bring in the Minister at 3.48 pm.

UK Intergovernmental Co-operation — [Phil Wilson in the Chair] (20 Jun 2018)

Phil Wilson: We could be. Fifteen minutes will be allowed for the vote, and then we will come back for the remainder of the sitting.

UK Intergovernmental Co-operation — [Phil Wilson in the Chair] (20 Jun 2018)

Phil Wilson: Order. Before the hon. Lady continues, may I say that I want to bring in the Scottish National party spokesman at 28 minutes past, so that everyone on the Front Benches gets 10 minutes each?

UK Intergovernmental Co-operation — [Phil Wilson in the Chair] (20 Jun 2018)

Phil Wilson: Order. Before the hon. Lady continues, perhaps I can say that she is eating into the time of her party spokesman.

UK Intergovernmental Co-operation — [Phil Wilson in the Chair] (20 Jun 2018)

Phil Wilson: Order. Six Members are standing. If hon. Members stick to five minutes for their speeches to allow everybody in, I will not have to impose an official time limit.

Exiting the European Union: Free Trade Agreements (14 Jun 2018)

Phil Wilson: Car manufacturing in this country is world leading, but the president of the CBI has said that if we leave the customs union it would become extinct. What contingencies do the Government have to replace the 800,000 jobs affected, including the 30,000 jobs in the north-east of England?

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

Phil Wilson: I want to say a few words in favour of Lords amendment 51 on the European economic area. Staying in the single market and the customs union is critical to jobs and prosperity. Trade figures published only last week show that 62.3% of the north-east’s exports go to the EU. The president of the CBI has said today that the UK car industry is facing extinction. Such comments should worry us...

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

Phil Wilson: My hon. Friend is absolutely right. She knows from her experience as a north-east Member of Parliament that Europe has been very good to the north-east of England as far as trade is concerned and in the investment we have had into the region from the EU. The coal industry once dominated the north-east of England. Today, all the pits have closed, but they did not close overnight. The dozens of...

Airports National Policy Statement (5 Jun 2018)

Phil Wilson: The north-east is a global-facing region, and links to an international hub are critical for its economy. A third runway at Heathrow is a strategic necessity and essential to Durham Tees Valley airport, which is in my constituency, and Newcastle airport. The Secretary of State says that 15% of slots will be for domestic connections, but how can he guarantee that? Will domestic slots be...

Petition - Natwest Ferryhill (15 May 2018)

Phil Wilson: I rise to present a petition against the closure of the NatWest branch in Ferryhill, which will leave it without any bank branches whatsoever. I would like to put on the record my thanks to Hannah Smalley of Ferryhill, who helped to compile over 1,000 signatures in opposition to the closure. The petition states: The petition of residents of the United Kingdom, Declares that NatWest Ferryhill...

Grenfell Tower Inquiry — [Andrew Rosindell in the Chair] (14 May 2018)

Phil Wilson: Before we hear from the Front Benchers, I say to them that I would like to leave two or three minutes for Paul Scully to sum up the debate.

Council of Europe — [Stewart Hosie in the Chair] (18 Apr 2018)

Phil Wilson: I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Gedling (Vernon Coaker) on securing the debate. I will not take up much time—I have cut my speech back so that we can get other people in—but I want to make a couple of points. The Russian Federation joined the Council back in 1996, but it does not send a delegation at the moment because of the imposition of sanctions on it over the...

Point of Order: [Day 1] (14 Mar 2018)

Phil Wilson: I want to raise two areas of European affairs this afternoon. The first is the potential impact of Brexit on the north-east of England. Some 60% of north-east trade is with the EU and 50% of the cars manufactured in the north-east are exported to the EU. Nissan employs about 7,000 people and more than 30,000 jobs through the supply chain. I have never been one to say that, for example, after...


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