All 10 results for brexit speaker:Bill Kidd

Scottish Parliament: Brexit (Impact in Areas of Multiple Deprivation) (7 Nov 2019)

Bill Kidd: 8. To ask the Scottish Government what its position is on whether Brexit will disproportionately impact on people living in areas of multiple deprivation. (S5O-03734)

Scottish Parliament: Brexit (Impact in Areas of Multiple Deprivation) (7 Nov 2019)

Bill Kidd: More than three in 10 people in my Glasgow Anniesland constituency live in what would be the first, second and third areas in Scotland worst affected by Brexit. Does the cabinet secretary agree that we need to do everything in our power to stop Brexit disadvantaging the most vulnerable and those who are living in deprivation?

Scottish Parliament: Social Security (Disability Assistance) (29 Oct 2019)

Bill Kidd: ...not just trying to cheat the system. The undeniable context of this debate is the growing international concern about the treatment of disabled people in the UK as a whole, particularly in light of Brexit and recent UK Government welfare reforms. Although I want to look to the future and consider how we can make things function better now that the matter is in the hands of the Scottish...

Scottish Parliament: Family Migration (17 Sep 2019)

Bill Kidd: .... However, that is under threat from the impending loss of freedom of movement and from the hostile environment that is now faced by people who want to make Scotland their home. The context of Brexit compounds our need for tailored migration policy. Devolution of some migration powers to our Scottish Government ministers and this Parliament, or collaboration with the UK Government on...

Scottish Parliament: Brexit (Impact on Farming) (4 Sep 2019)

Bill Kidd: 2. To ask the Scottish Government what impact Brexit could have on farming in Scotland, and what action it will take to maintain current agricultural standards and measures. (S5O-03474)

Scottish Parliament: Demonstrating Leadership in Human Rights (13 Dec 2018)

Bill Kidd: ...protections that were set by the European Convention on Human Rights. I agree with the proposal to enshrine EU human rights protections in order to guard against any legal threats that are posed by Brexit. The proposed act of the Scottish Parliament will go further than any other human rights legislation in the UK by incorporating socioeconomic, cultural and environmental rights. The...

Scottish Parliament: Promotion of Human Rights (31 Jan 2018)

Bill Kidd: Does the cabinet secretary agree that, now more than ever, the risks that have been created by Brexit and the United Kingdom Government’s proposals to repeal the Human Rights Act 1998 mean that we must be resolute in encouraging human rights, which should be embedded in everything that we do, as they make a difference in helping people in live in dignity wherever their community is in...

Scottish Parliament: Brexit (Environmental Legislation) (20 Dec 2017)

Bill Kidd: 5. To ask the Scottish Government what discussions it has had with the United Kingdom Government regarding the impact of Brexit on environmental legislation. (S5O-01618)

Scottish Parliament: Brexit (Environmental Legislation) (20 Dec 2017)

Bill Kidd: ...for her kind and comprehensive reply. Here is the political bit. Is the cabinet secretary confident that the UK Government has the ability—or the desire—to deliver what is being dubbed “green Brexit”? What are the envisaged potential impacts of Brexit on Scotland’s environment?

Scottish Parliament: Cabinet (Meetings) (29 Sep 2016)

Bill Kidd: There were reports this morning that the United Kingdom Government has spent £65 million on establishing Brexit departments, but it seems still to have no plan in place. Does the First Minister agree that it is time for the Prime Minister to set out exactly what Brexit means?


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