Results 121–133 of 133 for speaker:Chris Kelly

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Topical Questions (28 Jan 2014)

Chris Kelly: Last week, we saw the sharpest quarterly increase in the number of people in work since records began. Does my right hon. Friend agree that that is more evidence that the Government should stick with their long-term economic plan to reduce the deficit and create more jobs, which is already providing a record number of people with the stability and security of a regular pay packet from firms...

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Consumer Rights Bill (28 Jan 2014)

Chris Kelly: Does the hon. Lady agree that Members should encourage their constituents simply to use the Government’s own website at gov.uk, and not to google other alternatives that can lead to scam sites?

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Consumer Rights Bill (28 Jan 2014)

Chris Kelly: My hon. Friend talks about empowering health consumers to gain greater transparency. Does he welcome the improvements in the past several years to the nhs.uk website, which now provides a great deal of very useful information on all manner of health issues to our constituents?

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Consumer Rights Bill (28 Jan 2014)

Chris Kelly: Will my hon. Friend join me in welcoming the many examples in the west midlands of reshoring, including in the automotive sector, where businesses are coming back to the UK for processes that they took away from the UK over the past 10 or 20 years?

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Consumer Rights Bill (28 Jan 2014)

Chris Kelly: Has the hon. Lady found, as I have, that this matter is of particular concern to our older constituents because they tend to rely more on landlines than any other age group? Many young people do not have a landline or have one only for broadband services and use their mobile phone for incoming calls. They are therefore not affected in the same way as many older people.

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Consumer Rights Bill (28 Jan 2014)

Chris Kelly: I support the Bill, because it must be right to simplify a complex area of law by reducing eight pieces of legislation to one consumer Bill that is easy to understand. I wish to concentrate particularly on two matters: the help that the Bill contains for digital consumers, who are a fast-growing part of the economy, and the reforms to trading standards, which will support small businesses as...

Amendment of the Law (20 Mar 2014)

Chris Kelly: The Secretary of State is talking about energy-intensive industry and there is still a great deal of that in my constituency. Does he agree we do not want these industries going offshore where environmental legislation may not be as stringently enforced as it is in the UK? We need to keep those industries here in the UK, and yesterday’s Budget helps us to achieve that. [Interruption.]

Amendment of the Law (20 Mar 2014)

Chris Kelly: I welcome the Budget statement. It is a Budget that will help us build a resilient economy and is part of the Government’s long-term economic plan to put this country back on the path to sustained growth, a path that was deviated from by the Labour party with the debt-fuelled politics of the final decade of its time in office. I commend my right hon. Friend the Chancellor who, since coming...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (2 Apr 2014)

Chris Kelly: Does my right hon. Friend agree that the doubling of capital allowances to £500,000 provides a welcome boost to manufacturers in Dudley and the black country, such as Miss Daisy’s Manufacturing which I visited recently, and will increase investment in the manufacturing sector, securing more jobs for the British people?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (3 Sep 2014)

Chris Kelly: Jihadi crimes committed in the name of the Islamic State are completely incompatible with the British way of life, so I welcome the plans announced by my right hon. Friend to seize British passports from dual nationals, and to remove rights of residency in the UK from foreign nationals known to have been fighting with ISIL in Iraq and Syria, in order to keep such people from committing...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: European Council (27 Oct 2014)

Chris Kelly: Does my right hon. Friend agree that the cost of Labour in this context since 2005 has been a reduction in our rebate of nearly £10.5 billion and that a further cost of Labour would be its Front Benchers caving in and paying this enormous sum if they were in government, something to which my constituents in Dudley South say no?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (18 Mar 2015)

Chris Kelly: When this Government took office, metal theft was rife, especially in the black country. This Government listened to the all-party group on combating metal theft, banned cash payments, and passed the Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013. Once my right hon. Friend has been returned for another term as Prime Minister, what more will he do to ensure that instances of this abhorrent crime reduce still...

Amendment of the Law (19 Mar 2015)

Chris Kelly: Thank you, Mr Deputy Speaker, for allowing me to make my final speech in the House. I shall not speak for too long, because I know that many other Members want to contribute to the debate. The Chancellor’s stated goal is for Britain to become the most prosperous major economy in the world, and for that prosperity to be shared throughout the nation. As a fellow Member whose constituency is...


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