All 20 results for brexit speaker:Sam Gyimah

The Economy (24 Oct 2019)

Sam Gyimah: ...party is not emphasising the economy as much in this Queen’s Speech. I was surprised when the Chancellor said that he was not going to produce an economic impact assessment for the Government’s Brexit plans. We can argue that we do not trust economic evaluations because they underestimate how great Brexit will be, or we can say that people care more about GDP, so economic evaluations...

European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill (22 Oct 2019)

Sam Gyimah: On getting Brexit done, does the hon. Gentleman acknowledge that if this deal passes the House, we will quickly be in transition negotiations and negotiations on whether the transition is to be extended? That could cost around €10 billion a year. We should be honest with the public about that, rather than pretending it is going to get done this month.

Legal Advice: Prorogation (25 Sep 2019)

Sam Gyimah: ...not fear of the electorate that drives some of us in this House, but our determination to do the right thing by our constituents and the country against a Government who are determined to deliver Brexit at any price. Government Ministers have said today that somehow the judgment handed down by the Supreme Court could be disputed by other parties, but they never say which aspects of it they...

Business of the House (27 Mar 2019)

Sam Gyimah: ...wars and a full-blown coalition to solve the financial crisis in 2010. Given that the Government do not have a majority and that it is not clear whether there will be a majority for any of the Brexit options, does she agree that what was needed right from the start was that kind of constitutional invention, and that the lack of it has not really helped with the passage of the...

Uk’S Withdrawal from the European Union (13 Mar 2019)

Sam Gyimah: This is one of the most important debates in the Brexit process, because we will decide whether, in just over two weeks, we will leave the EU with some deal, do something else, or rupture a 45-year relationship that permeates every aspect of life in this country. In that context, we clearly have a responsibility to the 17.4 million people who voted leave, but we—by which I mean not only...

Uk’S Withdrawal from the European Union (13 Mar 2019)

Sam Gyimah: ...try to negotiate something better in terms of no deal? It just does not make sense, and it is not credible either. This idea keeps rearing its head in different ways—a managed no deal or a WTO Brexit. These are all rebrands of the same idea, and they mean that we are leaving without any arrangements—we are setting sail without knowing where we are going. I am willing to entertain the...

Business of the House (Today): European Union (Withdrawal) Act (12 Mar 2019)

Sam Gyimah: ...to get closer to the EU, whether it wants to diverge a bit more, or whether it wants to be somewhere in the middle. Whenever anyone asks this question, they are told, “You are trying to frustrate Brexit.” The truth is that leaving somewhere and going somewhere are not the same thing. We can all leave this Chamber, and two of us could go in completely different directions. We need to...

Business of the House (Today): No Confidence in Her Majesty’s Government (16 Jan 2019)

Sam Gyimah: ...her speech that, at a time of constitutional and political crisis in this country, every minute we spend on politics as usual and business as usual is a disaster for this country. On the issue of Brexit, the Opposition have been completely absent from the field. It seems to me that the Leader of the Opposition has been gambling on chaos, believing that that will present him with the...

Immigration (Time Limit on Detention): [2nd Allotted Day] (5 Dec 2018)

Sam Gyimah: ...bring closure. It is not a case of “Sign here, let us have a compromise and all the discord and disharmony that we have experienced over the last few years will suddenly disappear.” We will see Brexit Secretaries resign next year because so many of the issues have still not been thrashed out. The deal will not heal the divisions that we see in our country. Ultimately, we are at the...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Copyright: EU Countries (29 Nov 2018)

Sam Gyimah: The Government has considered this issue in the context of its Brexit analysis. It has concluded that the reciprocal arrangements between UK Collective Management Organisations (CMOs) and EU CMOs to collect royalties from EU countries and distribute to creators in the UK are private commercial agreements which are expected to continue after the UK has exited the European Union.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Copyright: EU Countries (27 Nov 2018)

Sam Gyimah: The Government has considered this issue in the context of its Brexit analysis. It has concluded that the reciprocal arrangements between UK Collective Management Organisations (CMOs) and EU CMOs to collect royalties from EU countries and distribute to creators in the UK are private commercial agreements which are expected to continue after the UK has exited the European Union.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Global Navigation Satellite Systems (9 Oct 2018)

Sam Gyimah: ...rt. hon. Friend the Prime Minister announced on 28 August that the UK Space Agency would look at options for a UK Global Navigation Satellite System, using £92m of funds from the Government’s Brexit readiness fund. This work will refine and validate the cost estimates for a UK system that have already been developed, and define the preferred approach to deliver a UK system which will be...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Galileo System (11 Sep 2018)

Sam Gyimah: ...Government, we need to look at alternatives to meet our national security, strategic and industrial requirements. As such, on 29 August, the Government announced that we are investing £92m of Brexit readiness money on developing an independent satellite system. The study will inform the decision to create the system as an alternative to Galileo should an acceptable agreement for...

Previous Business – Lords: Select Committee (12 Jul 2018)

EU Internal Market Sub-Committee: Brexit: space. 1:00 pm; Room 4A, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 1:00 PM) Mr Sam Gyimah MP, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Topical Questions (25 Jun 2018)

Sam Gyimah: ...here to work with academics from abroad. The Prime Minister said in her most recent science speech that roughly 50% of researchers in the UK are from the EU—we intend that to remain the same post-Brexit.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Science and Technology: West Midlands (21 May 2018)

Sam Gyimah: ...agreement on science and innovation that ensures the valuable research links between us continue to grow. In March 2018, the UK and EU negotiating teams reached an important milestone in the Brexit process by agreeing the terms of a time-limited implementation period. The draft Withdrawal Agreement reflects the text of the December Joint Report, which envisages that UK entities’ right...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Research: EU Grants and Loans (26 Apr 2018)

Sam Gyimah: ...will not provide an ongoing commentary on internal analytical work that is being carried out within government. The UK and EU negotiating teams have reached another important milestone in the Brexit process by agreeing the terms of a time-limited implementation period. The agreement envisages that UK entities’ right to participate in EU programmes will be unaffected by the UK’s...

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (6 Mar 2018)

Science and Technology: Brexit science and innovation. 10:30 am; The Grimond Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: Sam Gyimah MP, Minister for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation Amanda Dickins, Deputy Director, EU Exit: Science and Innovation, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Legal Profession (10 Nov 2017)

Sam Gyimah: ...the world. The reputation of the UK’s Courts, Judiciary and legal services sector will continue after we leave the EU, and we will build on this to make the most of the opportunities of post-Brexit global Britain. We also continue to promote our excellent legal services overseas, and launched our ‘Legal Services are GREAT’ campaign last month, to highlight the UK’s position as a...

Foreign National Offenders — [Sir Alan Meale in the Chair] (29 Nov 2016)

Sam Gyimah: ...were transferred under that scheme last year. We are working across Government to consider options for securing transfers of EU nationals once we leave the European Union. That is one of the key Brexit priorities for the Ministry of Justice and we have made that very clear to the Department for Exiting the EU in terms of our negotiating position. Although it would not be appropriate for me...


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