All 15 results for brexit speaker:Rory Stewart

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

Rory Stewart: ...result of that referendum, and the second is the principle of how to take a deal safely and responsibly through Parliament. My big beg to the House—here I am speaking to colleagues who voted for Brexit—is let us, please, in these very final stages, do it properly. This is their great founding moment. This document is an opportunity for them to create an enormous constitutional change...

Prime Minister's Update (25 Sep 2019)

Rory Stewart: Like my right hon. Friend, I support a Brexit deal; indeed, I voted for it considerably more frequently than him. If this great party stands for anything, it stands for respect for parliamentary sovereignty and the rule of law. I respectfully say that he is tiptoeing on to a dangerous path. He is pitting Brexit against remain, young against old, Scotland against England, and people against...

Legal Advice: Prorogation (25 Sep 2019)

Rory Stewart: ...Court, asserting the ancient sovereignty of Parliament, and that fundamentally the principle at stake here is that, of course, neither that Court nor any other court should determine whether Brexit takes place—that decision has been made by the people—but that it is for this House, the only directly elected representatives of the people, to determine the form in which that Brexit happens?

International Development: Trade Promotion (6 Jun 2019)

Rory Stewart: ...bit of Government policy, we support small and medium-sized enterprises in Britain. There is huge potential around the world. I would just warn, however, when people start talking about a no-deal Brexit, that we need to be very careful in specifying what kind of tariff levels people are talking about and with whom they are negotiating, because certainly farmers in my constituency, the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions (23 Apr 2019)

Rory Stewart: I am delighted that Labour Members are working with us to try to get a good Brexit deal in place, and if we can get such a deal, we will be able to continue through the transition period. In a no-deal situation, however, it will become significantly more difficult because we will have to fall back on older and more cumbersome ways of moving prisoners. That would not be good for us or for Europe.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions (23 Apr 2019)

Rory Stewart: ...the host country needs to receive these prisoners, so we cannot transfer prisoners in a compulsory fashion. I assure my hon. Friend, because he has asked this question in the past, that a no-deal Brexit will make such prisoner transfers not easier, but more difficult.

Knife Crime — [Sir Graham Brady in the Chair] (25 Mar 2019)

Rory Stewart: ...confirming that the Prime Minister will hold the summit at Chequers next week. In her defence, there is a reason that in the past two weeks she has found it difficult to organise a meeting there: Brexit has not stopped everything else happening in the Government, but it has stopped many of the things that might otherwise be in her diary. To get a grip on the situation, we have set up an...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons (12 Feb 2019)

Rory Stewart: ...Government Departments are considering what resources are required to mitigate any potential impacts and to ensure that businesses and citizens are sufficiently prepared for all eventualities of Brexit. The Ministry of Justice was allocated £17.3m in 18/19 and £30m in 19/20 from HMT specifically for EU-related activities. Robust plans are in place to ensure EU Exit related allocations...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons: Food (7 Feb 2019)

Rory Stewart: ...Government Departments are considering what resources are required to mitigate any potential impacts and to ensure that businesses and citizens are sufficiently prepared for all eventualities of Brexit.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prisons (6 Feb 2019)

Rory Stewart: ...Government Departments are considering what resources are required to mitigate any potential impacts and to ensure that businesses and citizens are sufficiently prepared for all eventualities of Brexit.

Road Safety and the Legal Framework — [Mr Clive Betts in the Chair] (20 Nov 2018)

Rory Stewart: ...by the hon. Member for Heywood and Middleton (Liz McInnes), therefore, we will be do that. I will not delay people or waste their time with explanations about why, particularly in the middle of Brexit, parliamentary time has been limited, or why we feel that we need to take a comprehensive approach that brings in the Department for Transport and the Home Office, but we are determined to...

Written Answers — Department for International Development: Department for International Development: Brexit (7 Dec 2017)

Rory Stewart: ...billion of additional funding available over the next two years - £1.5 billion in both 18/19 and 19/20 so that departments and the Devolved Administrations can continue to prepare effectively for Brexit. We are currently working with HMT and DExEU to establish what we need to prepare effectively, and what additional funding should be supplied. HM Treasury will aim to agree 2018/19...

Oral Answers to Questions — International Development: Commonwealth Development (18 Oct 2017)

Rory Stewart: ..., but reducing delays at borders and investing in infrastructure. Of course, most importantly, we will be providing tariff-free access to the least developed countries in the world after Brexit.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: South Africa: Foreign Relations (20 Jul 2017)

Rory Stewart: ...G20 Foreign Ministers’ meeting in February this year. The discussion focused on bilateral relations between the UK and South Africa and the desire of both countries to work on a trade deal post Brexit.

Written Answers — Department for International Development: EU Aid (16 Jan 2017)

Rory Stewart: Departments’ ministers and officials have regular discussions with their Cabinet and Whitehall colleagues about the implications of leaving the EU and making a success of Brexit.


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