People matching brexit

Nigel Dodds

Former DUP MP for Belfast North (7 Jun 2001 – 6 Nov 2019)

Sammy Wilson

Former DUP MP for East Antrim (5 May 2005 – 6 Nov 2019)

Hywel Williams

Former Plaid Cymru MP for Arfon (7 Jun 2001 – 6 Nov 2019)

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Scottish Parliament: National Health Service (Staff Shortages) (Cancer Survival Rates) (19 Nov 2019)

Keith Brown: .... Given that the only population increase in Scotland comes from inward migration, and given Tory members’ complete lack of acknowledgement—far less concern—of the impact of their support for Brexit, what assurances has the United Kingdom Government given that, in the event of Brexit, Scotland will have the powers to deliver a tailored immigration system to ensure that our NHS can...

Scottish Parliament: International Year of Plant Health 2020 (19 Nov 2019)

Mairi Gougeon: ...will use the international year of plant health to showcase our role as part of a vibrant international research community. Of course, we also enter 2020 with huge uncertainty about the impact of Brexit on that international activity. We face the loss of scientists who have come to work and live in Scotland, many of whom I have met in recent months. We can never say often enough that they...

Scottish Parliament: Fisheries Negotiations (19 Nov 2019)

Peter Chapman: ...his is the party that would take us straight back in. The SNP has nothing to say to our fishing communities in the north-east. We should be in no doubt that the SNP’s stated objective is to stop Brexit, rejoin the EU as quickly as possible and take us straight back into the CFP. The message to our fishermen is clear. The SNP will do everything that it possibly can to keep them in the...

Scottish Parliament: Referendums (14 Nov 2019)

Nicola Sturgeon: Well, I am rumbled, because I want the people of Scotland to be able to escape a Tory Brexit that will damage our economy, our society and the prospects of future generations. I want Scotland to be able to escape years and years of further Tory wrangling on Brexit and, yes, I want the people of Scotland to have the opportunity to choose a different future. I will seek to persuade the people...

Scottish Parliament: European Structural Funds (Replacement) (14 Nov 2019)

David Stewart: 2. To ask the Scottish Government what discussions it has had with the United Kingdom Government about the replacement of European structural funds support after Brexit. (S5O-03754)

Scottish Parliament: Referendums (Scotland) Bill (14 Nov 2019)

Michael Russell: ...on additional bills; it comes from the utter chaos at Westminster. I believe that I am right in saying that not a single bill has been brought forward at Westminster for matters other than Brexit in the past six months; there might have been one or two minor aspects of legislation on such matters. Westminster is in utter chaos with Brexit. The right thing for Mr Bowman to do would be to...

Scottish Parliament: General Election (Effect on Scottish Government Business) (14 Nov 2019)

Bill Kidd: The public and parliamentarians are well aware of the extensive drain on public resources that is being caused by Brexit. Does the minister agree that the UK Government’s delayed budget, which is a consequence of the upcoming Brexit-focused election, will exacerbate those pressures and negatively affect this devolved Administration?

Scottish Parliament: Legislative Priorities (Advice) (14 Nov 2019)

Graeme Dey: With the support of the civil service, the Scottish Government continuously assesses its future legislative priorities. Subject to the risk of an unwelcome diversion of resources caused by Brexit, we remain committed to bringing before Parliament the ambitious legislative programme that was set out by the First Minister in this year’s programme for government.

Brexit (No-deal Planning) (14 Nov 2019)

Brexit (No-deal Planning)

Brexit (Care Services Staffing) (14 Nov 2019)

Brexit (Care Services Staffing)

Brexit (Scotland’s Economy) (14 Nov 2019)

Brexit (Scotland’s Economy)

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Products (United States Tariffs) (14 Nov 2019)

Ivan McKee: .... The effects of barriers to trade are also a stark warning of the greater impact that is to come from the loss of tariff-free access to the European Union, particularly in the case of a no-deal Brexit. It demonstrates why Scotland’s interests must be taken into account in the development of all future United Kingdom trade arrangements.

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (14 Nov 2019)

...Scottish businesses; welcomes the efforts of the EU to reach a negotiated settlement with the United States to bring the Airbus/Boeing dispute to an end, and recognises the damage that any form of Brexit will inflict on Scottish businesses that trade with EU member countries and, in particular, the price that will be paid by businesses and employees of a no-deal Brexit....

Scottish Parliament: Artificial Intelligence and Data-Driven Technologies (13 Nov 2019)

Willie Coffey: .... For Scotland to compete effectively in this global economy, it needs to widen its export and digital export base. This is perhaps an appropriate point at which to mention the possible spectre of Brexit and the negative impact that it could cause. Just when the European Union is developing its ideas and potential on the digital economy, the Tory party wants us to leave the EU and somehow...

Scottish Parliament: European Union Citizens’ Rights (12 Nov 2019)

Ben Macpherson: ...” today, I am talking about citizens from other EU countries. I am also talking about citizens from the EEA and European Free Trade Association countries who face the loss of their rights if Brexit happens. Although there are separate arrangements for Irish citizens, who will, no matter what happens, continue to benefit from the provisions of the common travel area, some Irish nationals...

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (12 Nov 2019)

...the point of EU exit, or the end of the transition period in the case of an agreement, must be enshrined in primary legislation; notes the recent report by Robert Gordon University and Feniks, How Brexit Impacts EU Citizens’ Mental Health and Wellbeing Research Findings , and its findings that EU citizens in Scotland have experienced anxiety, and experience feelings of being unwelcome...

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

Brexit (Impact in Areas of Multiple Deprivation)

Scottish Parliament: Curriculum for Excellence (Subject Choice) (7 Nov 2019)

The First Minister: I am not sure why Jackson Carlaw chose to end that question with a reference to the division that the Tories have caused over Brexit, but we will leave that to one side. He wants to talk about the period since I became First Minister. Let us do that. Let us put to one side the fact that there are more than 1,000 more teachers in our schools now than there were when I...

Scottish Parliament: Austerity (7 Nov 2019)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...Tories their marching orders for the remainder of the election campaign, he should take the opportunity to apologise for Tory austerity, for Tory welfare cuts, for the mess and the chaos of Brexit, and for the misery that has been heaped on Scottish people by the Tories for too many years now. So confident am I that Boris Johnson will not go down very well with Scottish voters in the...

Scottish Parliament: European Union Regulations (Standards and Protections) (7 Nov 2019)

Peter Chapman: .... The UK has led the way on standards, as far as animal welfare and environmental issues are concerned, for a long number of years and there is no reason to believe that that will change, post-Brexit. Our standards could rise, post-Brexit. Does the minister recognise that?

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