All 8 results for brexit speaker:Julie Elliott

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

Julie Elliott: Many of my constituents in Sunderland who voted leave are contacting me, as they are petrified of a crash-out, no-deal Brexit coming on top of years of hardship caused by Tory austerity. Will the Secretary of State confirm that the Government will obey the law and request an extension to article 50, so that people in Sunderland can avoid the double whammy of a no-deal Brexit on top of Tory...

Nissan in Sunderland (4 Feb 2019)

Julie Elliott: After the announcement at the weekend by Nissan—for the first time publicly saying that the insecurity around Brexit was impacting business decisions, which in real terms means jobs—what assurances can the Secretary of State give the workers not only at Nissan, but in the supply chain and wider manufacturing, that the Government will come up with an agreement that will secure jobs as we...

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: EU Withdrawal Agreement: Manufacturing Sector (11 Dec 2018)

Julie Elliott: ...and a worrying 6.6% decline in the automotive sector? What are the Chancellor and the Minister doing to provide certainty to businesses in this area about the impact of this Government’s chaotic Brexit policy?

City of Culture 2021: Sunderland Bid — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] (21 Nov 2017)

Julie Elliott: extra 1.6 million visitors, being the UK city of culture would change the way Sunderland is perceived regionally, nationally and internationally. The city that to some has become the symbol of Brexit would once again be seen as the warm, welcoming, modest, hard-working, tolerant, creative and innovative city we know it is. Winning city of culture would be the catalyst for growth in our...

Nissan: Sunderland (31 Oct 2016)

Julie Elliott:, these firms will not necessarily be included, as they supply other types of industry. There are also concerns about the wider manufacturing base in the north-east as we move forward with the Brexit negotiations.

Leaving the EU: North-East Exports (25 Oct 2016)

Julie Elliott: go from strength to strength in the UK, now and into the future”. That was important. However, the automotive industry is not the sum total of the problem we face in the north-east from Brexit. In fact, it is a very small part of it. Even if some sort of agreement is made for the automotive industry, it would not necessarily include all the companies in Nissan’s supply chain. Those...

Online Abuse: Creative Industries (7 Jul 2016)

Julie Elliott: ..., and it is one thing I disagree with the Minister on. It is an issue that we and the Government need to watch. I would love to see a call for an industrial strategy on all levels. On the impact of Brexit, the outstanding contribution was made by my hon. Friend the Member for Bristol East (Kerry McCarthy). This is what is worrying us most about these industries. With regard to visas, when...

Oral Answers to Questions — Business, Innovation and Skills: Topical Questions (3 May 2016)

Julie Elliott: In The Sunday Times this week it was reported that meetings are taking place in France to look at how people could take advantage of getting business from the UK in the event of a Brexit vote. Does the Secretary of State agree that remaining in the EU is vital for British trade, particularly in the automotive and aerospace industries, and for the health of the British economy as a whole?

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