All 2 results for "enterprise and regulatory reform bill" speaker:Andrew George

Agricultural Wages Board (24 Apr 2013)

Andrew George: This is a difficult debate, and I am grateful to the Labour Opposition for having brought it forward. In a point of order after the debate on Lords amendments to the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill last week, I said how strongly I opposed our having had neither a debate or a vote on this significant matter. As I indicated earlier in an intervention, we had only limited opportunities to...

Business of the House: Clause 23 — Orders (16 Apr 2013)

Andrew George: ...of debate and scrutiny in this place. Without question, the Bill improved over time. I echo the words of the hon. Member for Edinburgh South (Ian Murray). I sat through the previous debate on the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill and made a point of order about how we had not had an opportunity to debate the abolition of the Agricultural Wages Board. The groceries code adjudicator is...

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