All 7 results for brexit speaker:Christine Grahame

Scottish Parliament: Pension Credit (9 May 2019)

Christine Grahame: ...and Financial Inclusion, Guy Opperman MP, which was published online on the evening of 14 January 2019; believes that this allowed the announcement to go through largely unnoticed due to the Brexit vote, and notes the calls for the UK Government to reconsider this decision, which, it believes, could drive many older people and their partners in Cunninghame North, Scotland and across the UK...

Scottish Parliament: Safeguarding Research Collaborations and Scientific Excellence (7 Nov 2018)

Christine Grahame: ...is a debate on motion S5M-14638, in the name of Richard Lochhead, on safeguarding Scotland’s international research collaborations and reputation for scientific excellence from the threat of Brexit. That is a mouthful. I call the minister, who has 13 minutes or thereabouts—we have a little time in hand for interventions and so on.

Scottish Parliament: European Atomic Energy Community (Impacts of Leaving) (26 Sep 2018)

Christine Grahame: ...importance of the medical isotopes that are used in radiotherapy for the treatment of cancer, diagnostic work and therapy throughout Scotland and the rest of the UK; understands that, because of Brexit, the UK will be leaving EURATOM, which is an international body that is legally joined with the EU to regulate nuclear material; believes that the UK does not produce any of these isotopes...

Scottish Parliament: Dogs (Illegal Trade, Irresponsible Breeding and Adoption) (20 Dec 2017)

Christine Grahame: ...to reduce animal suffering and to identify the criminals who make big bucks from that ruthless trade—there is a role for Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs here. We should also give a thought to Brexit and to the impact of European Union withdrawal on animal welfare rules and regulations. I will conclude by saying that I do not have the lifestyle for a dog, much as I would love to have a...

Scottish Parliament: Withdrawal from the European Union (Impact on Musicians and the Music Industries) (25 Oct 2017)

Christine Grahame: The next item of business is a members’ business debate on motion S5M-07994, in the name of Tom Arthur, on Brexit’s impact on working musicians and Scotland’s music industries. The debate will be concluded without any question being put. Motion debated, That the Parliament notes with concern what it sees as the detrimental impact that the UK’s withdrawal from the EU could have on...

Scottish Parliament: Tax Collection (Jobs) (20 Sep 2017)

Christine Grahame: ..., decimating and destroying a skilled and experienced workforce, overestimating the benefits and underestimating the costs of digitisation, failing to take account of the challenges posed by Brexit, neglecting the support needs of the most vulnerable in society, including poor, disabled and older people, and affecting disproportionately communities such as East Kilbride, which it believes...

Scottish Parliament: Addaction (18 Apr 2017)

Christine Grahame: ...the everyday world, charities such as Addaction simply get on with the job of helping and supporting people whose lives are falling apart. Those people have far bigger problems on their mind than Brexit, and their lives are turned around thanks to Addaction and its staff and volunteers.


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