Results 61–80 of 6348 for speaker:Anna Soubry

Burma: [Day 2] (15 Mar 2018)

Anna Soubry: I will make one last point—no, I will take the intervention, because it is probably more relevant to what I just said.

Burma: [Day 2] (15 Mar 2018)

Anna Soubry: The hon. Lady makes a very good point. Look, some people would argue that it is a miracle that 48% voted for the EU. Anybody who plays or watches cricket knows that before a game, they roll the pitch. We have taken a JCB digger to the pitch for the past 40 years. It is astonishing. On both sides, we have all blamed the EU for all our misfortunes: if something was difficult, we just blamed the...

Burma: [Day 2] (15 Mar 2018)

Anna Soubry: My hon. Friend shakes his head, but, with great respect, he should go and speak, as many of us have done, to ambassadors and senior members of Government. They are genuinely upset that our country is leaving, because of the loss from that and the damage and harm it will do to the EU and because of the great role our country has played in many respects in the best part of the EU’s work,...

Burma: [Day 2] (15 Mar 2018)

Anna Soubry: Will my right hon. Friend confirm whether he has seen the Government analysis—apparently it involves excellent modelling and is far better than anything they did in the run-up to the EU referendum—showing that if we were to crash out without a deal and rely on WTO tariffs, our projected increase in productivity and economic growth would be reduced by 7.7%? Is that what his...

Burma: [Day 2] (15 Mar 2018)

Anna Soubry: I hope we can return to the subject we are meant to be debating today. The hon. Gentleman talks about manifestos, and of course his party failed to get elected on its one. Is he familiar with the Conservative manifesto, which some may say we have drifted away from to some considerable extent? It made it clear that the Government’s policy, should they be re-elected to govern our country,...

Burma: [Day 2] (15 Mar 2018)

Anna Soubry: I do not want to alarm you, Mr Deputy Speaker, but I completely agree with my right hon. Friend the Member for Wokingham (John Redwood), which may a be a first in this sort of debate—[Interruption.] He is in a state of high shock. In all seriousness, this is an implementation period—the clue is in the name—but many of us fear that by October we will have achieved nothing...

Business of the House (15 Mar 2018)

Anna Soubry: May I refer back to the use of statistics? There is nothing wrong with a good, robust argument in this place, but if the Leader of the House, or any Minister, makes an assertion about facts, they can quite properly be challenged and brought back to this place, and made to account for any inaccuracy in the use of statistics as facts. That is not the same for right hon. and hon. Members,...

Exiting the European Union: Topical Questions (15 Mar 2018)

Anna Soubry: I have to confess that Broxtowe does not have many fishing men or women in the constituency. Well, it has some, but their activities tend to be confined to the Beeston canal. The fisheries and agricultural policies of the European Union are important. Will the Secretary of State confirm that Norway has complete control over its agriculture and fisheries policy as a member of the European Free...

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

Anna Soubry: Does the hon. Gentleman agree with me, and I am going to be honest about all this: that there is some division on these Benches, but, equally, there is division still on the hon. Gentleman’s Benches? While the move to a customs union has been welcomed, does he anticipate that we might see more movement to the customs union and of course to accepting that the single market would also be...

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

Anna Soubry: Will the Minister give way?

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

Anna Soubry: I am very grateful to my right hon. Friend for giving way. It is very good, kind and generous of him. May we just return to the comments made by Sir Martin Donnelly, because I do not think the record will be accurate? We have heard mention of a bag of crisps. What he said was that, based on his experience of 15 years and beyond in the specific area of trade, our country was in effect...

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

Anna Soubry: My right hon. Friend is being very kind and generous in giving way, especially as I am really not helping him. With the greatest respect, he knows, as everyone else does, that we will and can achieve all these deals with countries such as China as a member of the EU. By way of example, I have met the Australian ambassador, and while he would of course want to do a trade deal with our great...

Integrated Communities (14 Mar 2018)

Anna Soubry: rose—

Integrated Communities (14 Mar 2018)

Anna Soubry: Thank you very much, Madam Deputy Speaker; my apologies to the Secretary of State. I have just heard that Round Hill Primary School has issued a letter to all its parents because some of its Muslim families have received these horrible and hateful letters. I know that the Secretary of State will join me in expressing his complete condemnation of that. Does he also agree that although that is...

Salisbury Incident: Further Update (14 Mar 2018)

Anna Soubry: It is noticeable that the length and breadth of this place has completely supported not just the wise words and leadership of the Prime Minister but her firm actions, with the notable exception of those on the Opposition Front Bench. That was a shameful moment. Further to the question asked by the right hon. Member for Exeter (Mr Bradshaw), democracy is a fundamental British value and there...

Universal Credit (13 Mar 2018)

Anna Soubry: Will the hon. Lady give way?

Universal Credit (13 Mar 2018)

Anna Soubry: Just for the record, Madam Deputy Speaker, I was in this place when the debate started.

Universal Credit (13 Mar 2018)

Anna Soubry: Could the hon. Gentleman just remind us all that a note had been left by a member of his Government that said, quite properly, there was no money left? Not only have this Government restored our economy, but in so doing they have absolutely protected the very people that matter to all of us. This is tribal nonsense.

Universal Credit (13 Mar 2018)

Anna Soubry: The hon. Gentleman is rewriting history. The fact is that if the Labour Government had fixed the roof when the sun was shining, when that crisis came along they could have weathered the storm. That is what this responsible Government have been doing since 2010.

Universal Credit (13 Mar 2018)

Anna Soubry: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?


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