All 5 results for "enterprise and regulatory reform bill" speaker:Angela Eagle

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Crime and Courts Bill [Lords] (Programme) ((No. 3) (18 Mar 2013)

Angela Eagle: ...pressure from the press, or indeed from Ministers in the Privy Council. As part of that agreement, an amendment will be made—I understand that it has been tabled in the other place—to the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill to ensure the statutory underpinning necessary to protect the royal charter vehicle from being arbitrarily changed in the Privy Council without reference to...

Business of the House (14 Mar 2013)

Angela Eagle: ...the Government’s policy on a minimum alcohol price of 45p actually is. Will the Leader of the House tell us? Perhaps he will also let us know his personal view. The Government have amended the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill in the other place to abolish the Agricultural Wages Board, which provides vital protection for rural communities. According to the Government’s own impact...

Business of the House (7 Mar 2013)

Angela Eagle: ... the hon. Member for Suffolk Coastal (Dr Coffey) suggested in The Sun on Tuesday that her own Front Bench needed equality training. Will the Leader of the House confirm when we will see the amended Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill back in this place? I think I have finally managed to discover something reliable about the Government: the regularity of their U-turns. On 14 February, I...

Business of the House (14 Jun 2012)

Angela Eagle: ...have awarded themselves an extremely generous pay rise of 12% on average, with one in four pocketing staggering pay rises of 40% or more. How do the Government respond? On Second Reading of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill on Monday, the Business Secretary announced that he is to water down proposals, which were already inadequate, to give shareholders binding votes on executive...

Business of the House (24 May 2012)

Angela Eagle: ...out of the country when there are questions to answer in the House? It is perfectly reasonable for them to arrange their trips at other times of the week. Yesterday, the Government published the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill. The Leader of the House announced a moment ago that the Bill will be the first thing we consider on our return. The Bill contains a small section on...


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