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Iran (16 Oct 2017)

Jeremy Quin: I, too, welcome the Minister’s stance on the Iran deal. He has already made reference to it, but can he reiterate his confidence in the ongoing monitoring programme?

Prisons Policy/HMP Long Lartin (12 Oct 2017)

Jeremy Quin: Clearly the background to this particular disturbance will be investigated, but can the Minister outline what the Government are doing to prevent the use of drones to bring contraband into prisons?

International Trade: Foreign Direct Investment (12 Oct 2017)

Jeremy Quin: What his policy is on attracting foreign direct investment into the UK.

International Trade: Foreign Direct Investment (12 Oct 2017)

Jeremy Quin: We have already heard positive news this morning about Toyota and Nissan. Will the Minister join me in welcoming recent work by EMY Consulting which proves that the United Kingdom remains the most attractive place in Europe for foreign direct investment?

Oral Answers to Questions — Cabinet Office: Topical Questions (11 Oct 2017)

Jeremy Quin: I, too, am delighted to hear it. Does my right hon. Friend agree that the race disparity audit provides invaluable data to not only the Government, but charities, in focusing their resources for maximum impact?

Government Policy on the Proceedings of the House (10 Oct 2017)

Jeremy Quin: It is a pleasure to follow the hon. Member for Brighton, Kemptown (Lloyd Russell-Moyle), although I must put it to him, given his comment about our constituents needing to know where we stand, that when my constituents contact me they always know where I stand. He also put it that the public are unclear about the view of the House. In respect of the two resolutions we are discussing, the...

Government Policy on the Proceedings of the House (10 Oct 2017)

Jeremy Quin: He has the better of me. I was genuinely being respectful to the hon. Gentleman, whom I know thinks and speaks passionately about the conventions of this place. I am a relatively new Member, but I regard its role in our national life as very important. I would not have sought to catch your eye, Mr Speaker, had I not looked carefully into the underlying principles of the application made by...

Government Policy on the Proceedings of the House (10 Oct 2017)

Jeremy Quin: I am grateful to my hon. Friend for her intervention. I will be brief so that we can get to that very important debate, which I know matters to many of our constituents. She is absolutely right that examining and challenging Government policy can lead, rightly, to a change in that policy. That is mirrored by the people who turn up to these debates. On the two Opposition days that particularly...

Government Policy on the Proceedings of the House (10 Oct 2017)

Jeremy Quin: I am glad that I now have the hon. Gentleman’s attention.

Government Policy on the Proceedings of the House (10 Oct 2017)

Jeremy Quin: The hon. Gentleman was very fortunate in his placing in the ballot for private Members’ Bills, so the solution to that problem may be in his own hands, although I understand that he believes that he will present more important business to the House, which I look forward to debating in due course. There are other means by which business can be debated, of which private Members’...

Government Policy on the Proceedings of the House (10 Oct 2017)

Jeremy Quin: It is undoubtedly the case that the Government should listen to the House and take the advice of the House, and must then decide themselves how to prosecute the business concerned, because they are accountable to the electorate and have that mandate. The report of the Gurkha debate is intriguing. It was, I think, a unique case that arose eight years ago. The motion only got through this place...

Government Policy on the Proceedings of the House (10 Oct 2017)

Jeremy Quin: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?


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