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Results 1–20 of 1768 for speaker:Patrick Grady

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Nuclear Reactors: Research (13 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, what assessment he has made of the effect on (a) Culham Centre for Fusion Energy and (b) other UK nuclear research-related grant holders of losing access to the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor after the conclusion of the current contracts.

Written Answers — Home Office: Visas: China (12 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what assessment she has made of the potential merits of extending the visas of Chinese students to allow them remain in the UK until it is safe to return to China following the coronavirus outbreak.

Written Answers — Scotland Office: *No heading* (12 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: What the Government’s policy is on maintaining the Sewel Convention.

Petition - Refugee family reunion (11 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: Glasgow University’s Student Action for Refugees recently hosted the Museum Without A Home exhibition, displaying everyday objects in solidarity with migrants and refugees around the world. At the same time, it collected more than 600 signatures for the Families Together petition, calling for refugee children to have the right to be reunited with their parents in their home. A smaller...

Opposition Day: Migration and Scotland (11 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: Perhaps the right hon. Gentleman can explain something to me—and I hope the Minister will pay attention—because we will all experience these kinds of cases in our surgeries. I have a young constituent who is from Australia. Her name is Jessica, she works for the Beatson cancer clinic in Glasgow and she wants to stay there. Her colleagues also want her to stay. She is making a hugely...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Radioisotopes: Imports (10 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what steps the Government is taking to ensure the continued supply of isotope species for medical (a) diagnosis and (b) treatment after the transition period.

House of Commons Commission: Compostable Waste from Parliament (6 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: I congratulate my hon. Friend—he should be right hon.—on his appointment. Can he confirm that, or find out whether, the signs used in the Division Lobbies to indicate an England-only vote under the EVEL process will be either recyclable or compostable when they are consigned to the dustbin of history?

NHS Funding Bill: Annual statement on performance (4 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: On a point of order, Dame Eleanor. We are back in the English Parliament again and the absurdity of this procedure is now being laid bare. [Interruption.] I am delighted that Conservative Members are groaning because several of them voted for it when it was introduced way back in 2015. They did not have to—it was a choice. I am not trying to beat the record of my hon. Friend the Member for...

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: On a point of order, Dame Eleanor. I think that we should mark this moment. This is the busiest that the English Parliament has been since 1707. I have never seen so many people so keen to take part. I am interested in the numbers that have just been read out, Madam Deputy Speaker, because 163 for the Ayes seems very low to me. Just by means of a headcount, I counted a significant number more...

NHS Funding Bill: Annual statement on performance (4 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: On a point of order, Madam Deputy Speaker. It is great to be back in the United Kingdom Parliament—just like magic! I congratulate you on your skilful chairing of the English Parliament from the lower Chair over the last three hours. You have just announced that there are no amendments to be considered on Report as none had been tabled because the knife fell more than an hour ago. Could you...

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: On a point of order, Dame Eleanor. I notice that it is now 5.10 pm and that the Minister is about to get to his feet. If the knife falls at 5.30 pm, while the Minister is still speaking, or a Division is under way, can you confirm that that means there will be no Report stage, and no chance for the SNP amendments to be tabled or voted on?

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: The third final point.

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: Finally, here we are, in the English Parliament after all these years. Isn’t it great? The Mace is down, the signs are up, and the dream of David Cameron has finally been realised. For the first time since 1707, English Members of Parliament will get to vote on English legislation to the active exclusion of the rest of us. I wonder if the Minister could have even dreamed, when he and I were...

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: Yes; I absolutely agree. My hon. Friend is right: I barely noticed the difference as this place magically transformed itself into the Legislative Grand Committee (England). Incidentally, I do not know whether he remembers, from his time here, whether the Scottish Grand Committee was ever permitted to meet in the Chamber of the House of Commons. I fear it was not, so quite why the English...

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: My hon. Friend is absolutely right; and we raised those points five years ago, when the EVEL process was being introduced.

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: There we go. We have now had as many Welsh and Scottish Members contributing from the Floor, as Members from elsewhere in the United Kingdom. These points were raised back in the day, on the Procedure Committee, even if it was not the hon. Gentleman who gave that evidence. This morning, the Prime Minister turned up at the Science Museum in London to launch a conference that is taking place in...

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: Yes; my hon. Friend is absolutely right, and we would be very happy to support new clause 5 if the procedures of the House allowed us to. It is absolutely crucial to what the Bill is trying to achieve. We know it is a showpiece Bill anyway, but the Government are getting a showpiece English Parliament out of it as well. Of course, the terms of the money resolution are so restrictive that...

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: My hon. Friend is absolutely right on that. The Scottish National party has always pledged—we have done this throughout our time in government—that any Barnett consequentials that arise from health spending in England get passed to the NHS in Scotland. Any time the figures set out in this Bill increase, those Barnett consequentials would be expected to fall to the Scottish block grant,...

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: I thank my hon. Friend for that. The contributions she is making demonstrate precisely why Members from Scotland should have been allowed to participate fully in this stage of the Bill and the whole process. If the official Opposition choose to press any of their amendments this afternoon, we will seek to express our views, on behalf of our constituents, by walking through the Lobby. We will...

NHS Funding Bill: Funding Settlement for the health service in England (4 Feb 2020)

Patrick Grady: It really does not feel like that at the moment, does it? Hear no EVEL, see no EVEL, speak no EVEL should be the mantra, because my hon. Friend is right; this might not be the last time.


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