All 8 results for brexit speaker:Lord Morris of Aberavon

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Agriculture: Subsidies (5 Nov 2019)

Lord Morris of Aberavon: ...'s Government, further to the remarks by Lord Morris of Aberavon on 17 October (HL Deb, col 198), when they will be in a position to reply to the issues raised about agricultural support after Brexit, particularly in relation to Wales.

Queen’s Speech - Debate (4th Day) (17 Oct 2019)

Lord Morris of Aberavon: My Lords, I wish to raise three points on the post-Brexit arrangements for agricultural support, particularly in relation to Wales. More than 60 years ago I was a young official for the newly born Farmers Union of Wales. Most of family—my brothers and their descendants—are engaged in livestock breeding in Wales, sheep in particular. There has never been greater uncertainty in the Welsh...

Ford in Bridgend - Statement (10 Jun 2019)

Lord Morris of Aberavon: ...in other countries, such as applies in Valencia, if the plant is still flourishing—I visited it as a Back-Bench MP—and Mexico have not affected this decision? Despite current denials, Brexit has loomed large over recent decisions in the whole of the automotive industry.

Constitutional Convention - Motion to Take Note (13 Dec 2018)

Lord Morris of Aberavon: ...for debate and I endorse his remarks about the late John Mackintosh. This debate gives us an opportunity to turn our gaze from the subject which has been dominating politics recently. Until the Brexit proposals, the most important constitutional change in our history since the Reform Acts and electoral suffrage were the devolution proposals and their fulfilment. The first point I make is...

Brexit: Welsh Economy - Question (13 Nov 2018)

Lord Morris of Aberavon: My Lords, the original Clause 11 of the Brexit Bill totally ignored the devolved legislatures. Eventually the Government did a U-turn, following pressure in this House. What is the Government’s reaction to the blockbuster report of this House’s Delegated Powers Committee on the Agriculture Bill, which expresses its dismay at the major transfer of powers to Ministers, bypassing Parliament...

Railways: Wales - Question (2 Jul 2018)

Lord Morris of Aberavon: My Lords, given that all the Brexit negotiations were done directly between Ministers in Cardiff and the Government in Westminster, is not the office of Secretary of State now pointless?

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill - Second Reading (Continued) (30 Jan 2018)

Lord Morris of Aberavon: ..., and that of the Welsh Government, the principle of effective equality between the UK Government and the devolved institutions in areas that are clearly devolved needs to be retained in the post-Brexit world. Astonishingly, the Bill would give Ministers of the Crown powers to make rectifications of retained law in areas of devolved competence without consultation with the devolved...

Outcome of the European Union Referendum - Motion to Take Note (Continued) (6 Jul 2016)

Lord Morris of Aberavon: ..., if I may paraphrase her, that the House will play a part and that the legal position is being looked at—but only now. It was thin gruel and the statement reflected the lack of preparation for Brexit. I am astonished. I expect the Minister replying to deal specifically with the role of Parliament in invoking Article 50. There are many other aspects that Parliament will be involved in,...


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