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Prime Minister: Engagements (20 Apr 2022)

Richard Thomson: Mr Speaker, I withdraw that, but he packs his bags and goes.

Northern Ireland: Northern Ireland Protocol (27 Apr 2022)

Richard Thomson: Another week, another rattle of the sabre by threatening to deploy article 16. I wonder who the Secretary of State imagines is impressed by such behaviour, apart from a number of hardliners in a Conservative and Unionist party that seems increasingly incapable of conserving or unifying anything, least of all itself.

Northern Ireland (Ministers, Elections and Petitions of Concern) Bill: New Clause 1 - Appointment of First Minister and Deputy First Minister (26 Oct 2021)

Rosie Winterton: I call the Scottish National party spokesperson, Richard Thomson.

Preventing Crime and Delivering Justice (11 May 2022)

Richard Thomson: I am sure the hon. Gentleman would not want to inadvertently mislead the House, but the £700 million to which he refers is for options to develop. It completely ignores any future revenue streams, or indeed any royalties that might come. I am sure he would wish to correct the record.

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Invasion of Ukraine: UK Food Security (28 Apr 2022)

Richard Thomson: What recent assessment his Department has made of the impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on food security in the UK.

Northern Ireland Protocol (17 May 2022)

Lindsay Hoyle: I call the Scottish National party spokesperson, Richard Thomson.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Carbon Capture and Storage: Employment (26 Oct 2021)

Richard Thomson: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, what estimate he has made of the number of jobs that will be (a) created and (b) supported in (i) Scotland and (ii) the UK as a result of his policy to deploy carbon capture, usage and storage at two industrial clusters by the mid-2020s.

Cabinet Office: Topical Questions (27 Feb 2020)

Richard Thomson: I am sure that the right hon. Gentleman will agree that, when it comes to Andrew Sabisky, we should call a Spad a Spad. Can he confirm whether someone appointed as a Government political adviser, even on a contractor basis, can in any way be exempt from the Spad vetting process or the requirement for prime ministerial approval?

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Carbon Capture and Storage (25 May 2022)

Richard Thomson: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, what progress his Department has made on providing clarity and certainty on the Phase-2 carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) sequencing timeline for the (a) Scottish and (b) other clusters to support the UK’s ambition to deliver its target of four CCUS clusters within the 2030s.

Covid-19 Update (5 Oct 2020)

Richard Thomson: In the Secretary of State’s statement, he said that 51% of the cases have now been contacted a second time for contact tracing purposes. Can he clarify how many people are still waiting to be contacted for the first time, and how can he say with any confidence that the notification process for those individuals has not been delayed?

Written Answers — Scotland Office: Seed Potatoes: Scotland (12 Jan 2022)

Richard Thomson: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland, what assessment his Department has made of the effect of the imposition of trade barriers between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK as a result of the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement on the (a) proportion and (b) value of the domestic UK market for Scottish seed potatoes.

Prime Minister: Engagements (12 Feb 2020)

Richard Thomson: In 2018, Lubov Chernukhin, the wife of Vladimir Putin’s former deputy Finance Minister, paid £20,000 for lunch with the then Scottish Conservative leader, Ruth Davidson, who we believe is soon to be ennobled. Will the Prime Minister remind the House once more why his Government have yet to publish the Intelligence and Security Committee’s report into alleged Russian interference in UK...

Treasury: Covid-19: Support for Businesses (24 Mar 2020)

Richard Thomson: I thank the Chancellor for that answer, and our offer to work with him to protect incomes remains open. As part of his deliberations on this and in order to simplify the process of getting the money to where it needs to go, will he consider using the tax and welfare system to roll out a universal basic income in these times?

Northern Ireland: Northern Ireland Protocol: Implementation (3 Mar 2021)

Richard Thomson: There is considerable anecdotal evidence from food producers that exports continue to be below pre-Brexit levels. With the retailers’ grace period ending this month, export health certificates will be required for imports of chilled and processed meats. How do the UK Government plan to ease specific concerns of the agrifood industry over this requirement ahead of the end of that grace period?

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: South Africa: Security (8 Sep 2021)

Richard Thomson: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, what recent (a) assessment he has made of the domestic security situation in South Africa in light of civil unrest in that country and (b) discussions he has had with humanitarian agencies on support to those adversely affected by the unrest in that country; and if he will make a statement.

Bill Presented: Electrical Safety (Online Sales) Bill (10 Mar 2021)

Presentation and First Reading ( Standing Order No. 57) Richard Thomson presented a Bill to apply electrical safety regulations to goods advertised for sale on online marketplaces; to require online marketplaces to remove electrical products from their websites within 24 hours of them being reported as unsafe; and for connected purposes. Bill read the first time; to be read a second time...

Health and Social Care: Topical Questions (23 Jun 2020)

Richard Thomson: On 21 May, the Prime Minister bowed to pressure and agreed to abolish the immigration health surcharge for NHS workers. However, NHS workers applying to renew their visas are being told by the Home Office that this policy is still being applied and is still in place. Why is this immoral and mean-spirited policy still being applied, in light of the Prime Minister’s clear promise?

Debate on the Address: A Brighter Future for the Next Generation (13 May 2021)

Richard Thomson: My hon. Friend is making a characteristically excellent speech. Does he agree that it is a remarkable achievement in our proportional electoral system to achieve the result that the Scottish National party did last week? In that proportional representation outcome, the proportion of Conservative and Unionist MSPs to Scottish National party MSPs was 1:2. The SNP achieved over twice the number...

Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Amendment of 10 Edw. VII., c. 8, s. 48.) (21 Jun 1921)

...Tynte Chamberlain, Rt. Hn. J. A. (Birm. W.) Hacking, Captain Douglas H. Amery, Leopold C. M. S. Chamberlain, N. (Birm., Ladywood) Hailwood, Augustine Armitage, Robert Colvin, Brig.-General Richard Beale Harmsworth, C. B. (Bedford, Luton) Bagley, Captain E. Ashton Conway, Sir W. Martin Henderson, Major V. L. (Tradeston) Baird, Sir John Lawrence Coote, Colin Reith (Isle of Ely) Holbrook,...

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Topical Questions (20 Jul 2021)

Richard Thomson: Earlier this month the FCDO published its human rights and democracy report, which lists in total 31 human rights priority countries. The UK Government currently grant licences to sell arms to 23 out of those 31 countries. How can the granting of those licences be reconciled with any meaningful commitment on the part of the UK Government to improve the human rights of those who live in those...

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