Results 1–20 of 36 for brexit speaker:Peter Bone

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (2 Oct 2019)

Peter Bone: ...I was out knocking on doors with my listening team, listening to the views of local people, as we do every week. The message to me, whether they were leave or remain voters, was crystal clear: get Brexit done by 31 October. Deputy Prime Minister, can you reassure my constituents that we will leave the European Union by the end of this month, come what may, no ifs, no buts?

Northern Ireland (Executive Formation etc) Act 2019 Section 6: Northern Ireland (Executive Formation etc) Act 2019 Section 5 (30 Sep 2019)

Peter Bone: ...find themselves re-trafficked because we do not give them the same protection that we give adults. We have an excellent Minister—I am pleased he is in the Northern Ireland Office and not the Brexit Department, because we do not agree on the Brexit issue—and I want to know about the pathway. This touches on what all Members have said: once a person has been recognised as a victim, it is...

Points of Order (9 Sep 2019)

Peter Bone: ...this place. You used to sit behind me on the Opposition Benches heckling the Government like mad—and then I hear the nerve, Sir, of you telling us off for heckling! I hope, when we forget the Brexit period, you will be remembered for completely transforming this place and allowing Back Benchers to do their job, and for allowing new Members the opportunity to fulfil a career as a Back...

Exiting the European Union: Topical Questions (16 May 2019)

Peter Bone: I wonder if the excellent Secretary of State has had an opportunity to watch “Brexit: Behind Closed Doors”. The BBC has hidden it away on BBC Four, but it is quite a revealing programme. In it, the lead negotiator for our exit from the European Union, Olly Robbins—who I think is in Brussels this week—says that because he has done such a rotten deal he cannot come back to the United...

No-Deal Brexit: Cross-Channel Freight (2 May 2019)

Peter Bone: ...going to leave on 29 March. When her withdrawal agreement was defeated three times in the House of Commons, it would have been negligent of the Secretary of State not to have planned for a no-deal Brexit. The one thing that is for sure is that the Secretary of State cannot be blamed; maybe the Prime Minister can. Does the Secretary of State agree that a lot of people are making political...

General Election (Leaders’ Debate) Bill (15 Mar 2019)

Peter Bone: ...his petition has collected more than 140,000 signatures in only six months. This shows that although the idea might not be—how can I put it—particularly sexy at a time when we are discussing Brexit and other matters, it is still well supported by members of the public. I also thank Adam Boulton, editor-at-large at Sky News, for promoting the Sky News petition, keeping it in the public...

General Election (Leaders’ Debate) Bill (15 Mar 2019)

Peter Bone: ...on television was more important than informing the public on the withdrawal vote. Even when the parties have said that they would like a debate on perhaps the most important issue in our lifetime, Brexit, they have failed to make good on their promises. It is obvious that the parties did not want their leaders to debate, which may have been because the leader of the Conservative party was...

Business of the House (Today): UK’s Withdrawal from the EU (14 Feb 2019)

Peter Bone: I can assure you, Mr Speaker, that I am not a snowflake, so I will not take offence from the hon. Member for Huddersfield (Mr Sheerman). The truth is that a no-deal Brexit—which is, of course, a deal that means leaving on the basis of WTO rules—is the answer. It gives clarity to business, and it delivers what the British people voted for in June 2016.

Petition - the Delivery of Brexit (6 Feb 2019)

Peter Bone: I would like to present a petition on behalf of my constituents about delivering a “Brexit which people voted for.” The petition is so heavy and so many people—thousands—have signed it, that the Doorkeeper kindly brought it into the Chamber and took it out. It is the first time that a petition has had such a large number of signatures that I have had to do that. The lead names on the...

Points of Order (6 Feb 2019)

Peter Bone: ...given you notice of this, but it was not possible. Since Prime Minister’s questions began, the President of the European Council has said that there is a “special place in hell” reserved for Brexiteers. I do not recall any president insulting Members of this House, members of the Government and the British people in such a way. What means are open to the House or the Government to...

Business of the House (31 Jan 2019)

Peter Bone: ..., but that is going to be closed westbound for nine months and the local bridges in my constituency have been demolished. Unless this is sneaky plan to keep me stuck in Wellingborough until after Brexit day, will she sneak out a written statement on Monday about how we are going to deal with this chaos?

Leaving the EU (21 Jan 2019)

Peter Bone:, if the Prime Minister goes back to Brussels and the EU is not prepared to give a good deal, will she honour that Conservative manifesto commitment and leave on 29 March with a clean, global Brexit?

Televised Election Debates — [Mr Virendra Sharma in the Chair] (7 Jan 2019)

Peter Bone: ...if that Bill is not moved, the first Bill will be on the leaders’ debate. We have an opportunity in March to move the whole process forward. The Government have little legislative time because of Brexit, but this is a private Member’s Bill. On 15 March, if nobody objects, we can move forward and make the Bill an Act of Parliament. I hope that the Opposition and the Government will...

Televised Election Debates — [Mr Virendra Sharma in the Chair] (7 Jan 2019)

Peter Bone: ...earlier. I mentioned Sky News, but it is John Ryley and he has done really well. I also thank Adam Boulton for what he has been doing at Sky News. He is always fair and balanced when it comes to Brexit. Thank you for listening to me, Mr Sharma. I am interested to hear what other Members have to say; hopefully, I can incorporate some of their comments into the Bill.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (14 Nov 2018)

Peter Bone: Is the Prime Minister aware that if the media reports about the EU agreement are in any way accurate, you are not delivering the Brexit people voted for and that today you will lose the support of many Conservative MPs and millions of voters across the country?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (31 Oct 2018)

Peter Bone: I always thought the Chancellor was a bit iffy about Brexit, but how wrong I was. This week he announced a Brexit dividend Budget if we come out of the European Union with no deal. He will be able to cut tariffs, abolish VAT on certain products, and reallocate the £39 billion that he was going to give to the EU to this country, cutting taxes, improving public services, and lowering debt....

Gaza: Un Human Rights Council Vote: Private Members’ Bills: Money Resolutions (21 May 2018)

Peter Bone: ...hon. Gentleman speech, when he was talking about the money resolution, was great. On his later point, however, I understand that my party has created seven or eight peers, yet only one of them is a Brexiteer.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (2 May 2018)

Peter Bone: ...’ time, will she come to Wellingborough, where she will be carried shoulder high through the streets to the echoing of cheering crowds? I will be able to show her the site where a statue to the Brexit queen will be erected.

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Leaving the EU: No Deal (17 Apr 2018)

Peter Bone: I am grateful to the deputy Chancellor for her response. Has she had an opportunity to look at table 4.28 in the Office for Budget Responsibility report accompanying the autumn Budget, which shows a Brexit dividend of £55 billion in the four years between 2019 and 2023? Does the deputy Chancellor agree with her own figures showing that leaving the EU will be a great economic benefit to this...

Business of the House (29 Mar 2018)

Peter Bone: read today’s excellent Daily Express, which has a wonderful front-page headline? Inside, the Foreign Secretary is quoted as saying: “Like an unstoppable express, we are heading for Brexit and frankly my friends, we can’t arrive soon enough.” Could the Leader of the House somehow manage, in the next few weeks and months, to arrange one or two debates on the European Union?

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