All 20 results for brexit speaker:Ruth Cadbury

Uk Shared Prosperity Fund: British House Building Industry (5 Sep 2019)

Ruth Cadbury: ...Morden (Siobhain McDonagh) for the excellent work that she has been doing on this important issue and for securing this debate. I am not sure whether it is a relief to discuss something other than Brexit, but this is as much, if not more, of a crisis, certainly for those who are affected. In my maiden speech, I referred to my forebears, who recognised the importance of good-quality housing...

Export Licences: High Court Judgment (20 Jun 2019)

Ruth Cadbury: ...than being complicit in killing almost 100,000 Yemenis, if the Government really want to protect jobs, reduce the risk of terrorism and enhance the UK’s reputation around the world, why not stop Brexit?

Oral Answers to Questions — Cabinet Office: Electoral Integrity Consultation (5 Jun 2019)

Ruth Cadbury: Earlier this year, my constituents were bombarded with Facebook adverts telling them that I was stealing Brexit and ignoring their votes. It has been reported that behind those adverts was hundreds of thousands of pounds of dark money. Does the Minister agree that it is vital that voters know who is funding political adverts on social media?

Foreign Affairs Committee: IR35 Tax Reforms (4 Apr 2019)

Ruth Cadbury: .... However, if they are PAYE, they cannot claim those costs. They therefore make themselves unavailable to the NHS. I also learned that this situation is one of the major causes—in addition to Brexit—of chronic shortages of clinicians, medical staff, nurses and nursing assistants in the NHS. For people who need to work flexibly, the work is just not worthwhile when they are being forced...

Eu: Withdrawal and Future Relationship (Motions) (27 Mar 2019)

Ruth Cadbury:, work, live and love in 27 other EU countries, a right that we and millions of people, particularly those under 18 in 2016, will lose. We are already seeing the impact of the uncertainty of Brexit on a whole range of businesses in my constituency, including the growing creative sector. As night follows day, before too long we will see cuts in tax revenues leading to yet more cuts to...

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

Ruth Cadbury: ...for Reading East (Matt Rodda), who spoke so eloquently about the fears and worries of his constituents. Many of my constituents have told me of the same challenges and fears that they will face if Brexit goes ahead. I campaigned to remain in the EU and my constituency voted to remain. I voted against triggering article 50, because I felt that there was so much work to be done to establish...

Airports National Policy Statement — [Sir David Amess in the Chair] (7 Jun 2018)

Ruth Cadbury: ...for hundreds of people—low skilled, middle skilled and highly skilled—for all sorts of jobs. There is a recruitment crisis in west London and the Thames Valley, which is being exacerbated by Brexit. The jobs problem that we have at the moment, particularly at Heathrow, is one of too many low-skilled, zero-hours, poorly paid jobs with poor conditions. I congratulate Heathrow Airport...

Transport Emissions: Urban Areas (22 May 2018)

Ruth Cadbury: constituency. Given that the M4 and traffic related to Heathrow are outside the purview of the London Mayor and the London Borough of Hounslow, how exactly will the Government ensure that post-Brexit regulatory regimes will have the same powers as their current European equivalents?

Burma: [Day 2] (15 Mar 2018)

Ruth Cadbury: It is a pleasure to follow so many eloquent—and some long—contributions. I wonder how many arch-Brexiteers have actually spoken to people who work in or run businesses to learn about the impacts of not only Brexit but uncertainty about Brexit, and how it is affecting decisions in their constituencies at this moment. I have done that, and I am going to share just two examples with the...

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Retaining Enhanced Protection (17 Jan 2018)

Ruth Cadbury: ...of environmental protection” as a result of leaving the EU and to introduce a new environmental protection Bill. The Government have kept trying to reassure Parliament and the British people that Brexit will mean that EU law will be seamlessly merged in UK law and that we do not need to worry. Not only do I not believe that to be true, but I am concerned about the Government’s lack of...

European Council (18 Dec 2017)

Ruth Cadbury: ...and to UK taxpayers than staying in and that we will no longer have a voice at the table in Europe. Will the Prime Minister start leading the country, or will she continue to be led by the hard Brexiteers in her own party?

EU Exit Negotiations (5 Dec 2017)

Ruth Cadbury: The Secretary of State says he is serious about delivering the best for the United Kingdom and that he thinks Brexit is a cinch. The EU Commissioners estimate that there are currently 142 areas of north-south co-operation that depend on EU law. Is the plan for Northern Ireland to remain aligned in each of those 142 areas, or more widely?

Budget Resolutions - Income Tax (Charge) (23 Nov 2017)

Ruth Cadbury: ...poor compared with that of our competitor countries—and borrowing and debt are up. Yesterday, we saw the further downgrading of growth projections and of productivity, thanks to the disaster that Brexit is to our economy. In seven years, cuts have had to be made to virtually all our public services, and there are deeper cuts still to come. Over 80% of the burden of those cuts has fallen...

European Economic Area: Uk Membership (6 Nov 2017)

Ruth Cadbury: ...warning us of the terrible impact that leaving the EEA will have on our country. Ireland’s Agriculture Minister is quoted in today’s Evening Standard as saying: “If the raison d’être for Brexit in the UK was about striding the globe and doing their own trade agreements, a hard Brexit is walking away from a market of 450 million people in Europe. And that is bad for Ireland—it is...

Airport Expansion: Economic and Environmental Impact (25 Oct 2017)

Ruth Cadbury: ...illustrate that Gatwick expansion would not hit the air quality limits. In conclusion, I ask the Minister to respond to a number of key questions. What assessment has he made of the impact of Brexit on future aviation demand? What level of subsidy are the Government prepared to give to support flights from regional airports into Heathrow? What is the total contribution required from the...

Princess Royal Hospital Telford: UK Nationals in the EU: Rights — [Mr Gary Streeter in the Chair] (12 Sep 2017)

Ruth Cadbury: ...for many decades—and that is the constitutional experts speaking. In the debate, many Members also addressed the substantive issue of the impact of an uncertain, disorganised, panicky, unplanned Brexit on all of us—on our lives, our economy, our jobs, our rights, our protections and our standards. The debate today is on just one aspect of the implications of Brexit. I thank my hon....

Humanitarian Situation in Mosul: Grenfell Tower Fire Inquiry (12 Jul 2017)

Ruth Cadbury: ...regulations in the Department for Communities and Local Government? I have heard that the review was paused because the civil servants who were leading on it were put on to other work related to Brexit. If that is true, how many other pieces of essential, urgent and safety-related work are on pause in government right now?

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (21 Jun 2017)

Ruth Cadbury: ...made it clear to me that they were voting for hope and for change. Many people voted Labour for the first time, and my majority increased from 465 two years ago to 12,148. They voted against a hard Brexit and against the ongoing austerity policies of the Government. Many people in my constituency work in London’s enormous finance and services sector. Many of my constituents are EU...

Animal Welfare: Easter Adjournment (30 Mar 2017)

Ruth Cadbury: small and overstretched team have dealt with more than 20,000 requests for help or support in the last 22 months. Although many people who contact me do so to seek my views on everything from Brexit to animal welfare, a very large—and growing—number of people turn to me because they just do not know what to do to get the change that they so badly need. That includes the many people...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Airport Expansion: EU Referendum (15 Sep 2016)

Ruth Cadbury: Will the Secretary of State reassure me that he will not be diverted by claims about the difference Brexit makes to airport expansion and will address the costs to the taxpayer of road and rail infrastructure that would be required for a third runway? Will he also look at the comparative costs for other alternatives, such as Gatwick?

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