Results 141–160 of 9920 for speaker:Angela Eagle

Points of Order ( 9 Jan 2024)

Angela Eagle: Further to that point of order, Mr Speaker. Normally business statements allow Back Benchers as well as Front Benchers to ask questions of the Leader of the House. This is a difficult precedent because it does not give the Back Benchers a voice. Saying that it is just a matter of convenience for amendments is not good enough when the Government are in charge of the business and could have...

Coastal Erosion: Suffolk and Norfolk (19 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: Just before I end the session, I wish everybody a very happy Christmas and a safe journey home. Question put and agreed to. Resolved, That this House has considered coastal erosion in Suffolk and Norfolk. Sitting adjourned.

Coastal Erosion: Suffolk and Norfolk (19 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: Before I bring in the Opposition spokesperson, I should let the remaining speakers know that I intend to call Peter Aldous to respond to the debate at 28 minutes past 5. Bear that in mind, please.

Coastal Erosion: Suffolk and Norfolk (19 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: Order. In the spirit of Christmas, I allowed that intervention. The debate is about coastal erosion in Suffolk and Norfolk. The hon. Member is getting close to the edge of scope there, but because it is Christmas, I allowed it this time.

Coastal Erosion: Suffolk and Norfolk (19 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: I call the Opposition spokesperson, Emma Hardy. [Interruption.] Well, stand if you want to speak!

Service Accommodation — [Dame Angela Eagle in the Chair] (19 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: Order. We had better get back to the point at issue.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Examination of Witness (12 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: We will now hear oral evidence from Professor Penney Lewis, commissioner for criminal law at the Law Commission. We have until 4.30 pm for this panel. Could you please introduce yourself for the record?

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Examination of Witness (12 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: Can we all check that our phones are on silent, please, and that they haven’t got a mind of their own?

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Examination of Witness (12 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: I call Jess Phillips. Just be aware of the clock —you have eight minutes.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Examination of Witness (12 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: Thank you very much. That brings us to the end of the time allotted for the Committee to ask questions. On behalf of the Committee, I thank the witness for the time that she has given us today.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Examination of Witness (12 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: We will now hear oral evidence from Jonathan Hall, the independent reviewer of terrorism legislation, who is joining us via Zoom. For this panel we have until 4.10 pm, so could Members keep an eye on the clock?

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Examination of Witness (12 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: As there are no further questions, I would like to thank the witness for giving evidence.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Examination of Witness (12 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: We now hear oral evidence from Dame Vera Baird, former Solicitor General and former Victims’ Commissioner for England and Wales. For this panel we have until 3.50 pm. Could the witness please introduce herself, for the record?

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Examination of Witness (12 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: I just gave the very briefest background.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Examination of Witness (12 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: As there are no further questions, may I thank you, Dame Vera, for your evidence? We will move on to the next panel.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Examination of Witnesses (12 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: Q We will now hear oral evidence from Andy Marsh and Andy Cooke. We potentially have until 3.30 pm for this panel. Would the witnesses please introduce themselves for the record?

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Examination of Witnesses (12 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: If there are no further questions, I thank our witnesses for their evidence. We will move on to the next panel. Thank you very much, the two Andys.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Examination of Witnesses (12 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: We are now sitting in public and the proceedings are being broadcast. We will begin this afternoon’s session by hearing oral evidence from Harvey Redgrave and Rebecca Bryant OBE, who is with us virtually. We have until 2.45 pm for this panel, so please keep your eyes on the clock. Could the witnesses please introduce themselves for the record?

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Examination of Witnesses (12 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: I begin this evidence session by calling Alex Norris for the Opposition.

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Examination of Witnesses (12 Dec 2023)

Angela Eagle: Please try to speak up a bit.


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