Results 1–20 of 39 for brexit speaker:James Duddridge

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Customs: Northern Ireland (4 Nov 2019)

James Duddridge: ...be a minimal administrative process which is designed to prevent, for example, trade in endangered species. We will work with the EU to eliminate this limited process as soon as possible after Brexit. These arrangements automatically dissolve after four years unless a majority of the Northern Ireland Assembly in Stormont votes to keep them.

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Brexit (29 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: ...that the UK leaves the EU in an orderly and friendly way. However, the Government is also well prepared for a no deal scenario. The Treasury has made over £8.3 billion available to prepare for Brexit, including £2.1 billion in August this year to increase preparations for leaving without a deal. The food industry is experienced in dealing with scenarios that can affect food supply, from...

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Customs: Northern Ireland (23 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: ...the negotiations process. Following the successful agreement of a deal with the EU on 17 October, the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster spoke with Jeremy Miles AM, Counsel General and Brexit Minister in the Welsh Government, in detail. The Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union spoke to Jeremy Miles, on 2 October to discuss the Prime Minister’s letter to the President of...

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Motor Vehicles: Manufacturing Industries (21 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: ...Regulation and Vehicles and Components, as well as the actions businesses should take. The Government has also published a technical notice on placing manufactured goods on the EU market after Brexit as well as dedicated, tailored advice for the automotive sector. https://www.gov.uk/guidance/placing-manufactured-goods-on-th e-eu-internal-market-if-theres-no-deal...

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Brexit: Statutory Instruments (8 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: The Government is confident that all the necessary legislation will be in force to ensure a functioning UK statute book on the 31 October. To date, the Government has laid over 600 Brexit statutory instruments (SIs) to prepare the UK for leaving the EU in any scenario. All Brexit-related SIs laid before the House can be found on legislation.gov.uk and GOV.UK. The SIs and their accompanying...

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Motor Vehicles: Manufacturing Industries (8 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: ...market. Since March 2019 the Government has updated technical notices on placing manufactured goods on the UK: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/placing-manufactured-goods-on-th e-uk-market-if-theres-no-brexit-deal#non-harmonised-goods and EU: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/placing-manufactured-goods-on-th e-eu-internal-market-if-theres-no-deal markets after Brexit. There also exists dedicated,...

Withdrawal Agreement: Proposed Changes (7 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: ...the delicate balance embodied in the Belfast/Good Friday agreement between both main traditions in Northern Ireland, grounded in agreement, consent and respect for minority rights. Any deal for Brexit on 31 October must avoid the whole UK, or just Northern Ireland, being trapped in an arrangement without consent in which it is a rule taker. Both sides have always been clear that the...

Withdrawal Agreement: Proposed Changes (7 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: ...talking to business groups in his constituency. Businesses certainly do want certainty, and whether it is meetings with business groups in England, Northern Ireland or Wales, everyone wants to get Brexit done. The last thing they want is more delay. We have had delay and delay and delay, and the answer to delay cannot be more delay.

Withdrawal Agreement: Proposed Changes (7 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: I think members of the public are getting wise to what is going on: this Government are trying to deliver Brexit and this Parliament, collectively, is trying to frustrate it. She raises the interesting solution of putting this to a vote, and I will discuss that with my ministerial colleagues.

Withdrawal Agreement: Proposed Changes (7 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: ...to be confident that they will even win a general election. They are running scared of going back to the people because they know that they are trying to overturn the will of the people who wanted Brexit.

Withdrawal Agreement: Proposed Changes (7 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: Because they have already voted for Brexit.

Withdrawal Agreement: Proposed Changes (7 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: The whole idea of Brexit is to reposition the economy not only of Northern Ireland but of the whole United Kingdom around the growth areas of the world. That is not to say that we are turning our back on our European friends, whose trade is very important, but global growth in the longer term is with the rest of the world. It positions Northern Ireland alongside the UK in a much better place...

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Visas: EU Countries (4 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: ...arrival in the UK). The policy paper can be accessed at GOV.UK via this link. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/no-deal-immigrati on-arrangements-for-eu-citizens-moving-to-the-uk-after-brexi t#future-immigration-system

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Musicians: British Nationals Abroad (4 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: ...for resident UK nationals in the event of a no deal, and have drafted or enacted relevant legislation, which has been summarised on the European Commission website: https://ec.europa.eu/info/brexit/brexit-preparedness/citizen s-rights_en After exit, if the UK leaves the EU with a deal, the existing EU rules will continue during the implementation period. This would allow UK nationals and...

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Motor Vehicles: Manufacturing Industries (3 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: ...for UK production, especially in automotive. Tariffs will, however, apply to finished vehicles. The Government has published technical notices on Placing manufactured goods on the UK market after Brexit and Placing manufactured goods on the EU market after Brexit, as well as making dedicated, tailored advice available for the automotive sector: The automotive sector and preparing for Brexit.

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Department for Exiting the European Union: Brexit (2 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: The Department continues to engage across all regions of the country to ensure that the country as a whole is ready for Brexit, whatever the circumstances, on 31 October. It is a UK Government priority to ensure preparedness across both the country and the economy, including through working closely with local government.

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Department for Exiting the European Union: Brexit (2 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: Local government plays a vital role in preparing the country to be fully ready for Brexit on 31 October. We have stepped up our preparedness significantly and speak regularly to councils and partners, including through the Local Government Brexit Delivery Board and a network of nine regional chief executives. The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government leads this engagement....

Irish Border: Customs Arrangements (1 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: .... Removing control of the commercial and economic life of Northern Ireland to an external body over which the people of Northern Ireland have no control risks undermining that balance. Any deal on Brexit on 31 October must avoid the whole or just part—that is, Northern Ireland—being trapped in an arrangement where it is a rule taker. The Government intend to set out more detail on our...

Irish Border: Customs Arrangements (1 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: I thank my hon. Friend and his constituents who overwhelmingly supported Brexit. I can confirm that plan A is to get a deal, and that is what we are working towards and why there is so much focus on the proposal that will come shortly. It makes no sense to share the detail of the negotiation with the House if it makes getting a deal done less likely. Collectively, the House wants a deal and...

Irish Border: Customs Arrangements (1 Oct 2019)

James Duddridge: There are different people in this Chamber: some have a legitimate desire for Brexit not to happen; equally, some Members have genuine concerns and recognise the legitimate decision of the general public and the need to get on with Brexit. It is unhelpful to conflate the two. My hon. Friend refers to a specific solution. There are many solutions being considered that were in the non-papers,...


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