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Written Answers — Department for International Trade: Overseas Trade (24 Oct 2019)

Conor Burns: The new Brexit deal that the Government has agreed with the EU provides the basis of a new relationship with the EU based on free trade and friendly cooperation. We have agreed with the EU in the Political Declaration to seek an "ambitious, broad, deep and flexible partnership across trade and economic cooperation with a comprehensive and balanced Free Trade Agreement (FTA) at its core. ...

Written Answers — Treasury: Cystic Fibrosis: Drugs (24 Oct 2019)

Jesse Norman: ...European Commission negotiates trade agreements and manages the tariff. In March, the Government announced the Temporary Tariff Regime for the import of goods to the UK in the event of a no deal Brexit. In October, the Government confirmed this policy. The rates contained within the Temporary Tariff Regime would apply for a period of up to 12 months. Under the Temporary Tariff Regime,...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Erasmus+ Programme (24 Oct 2019)

Lord Bassam of Brighton: To ask Her Majesty's Government what plans they have, in the event of a no-deal Brexit, to guarantee funding for student exchanges for the 2020/21 academic year to bring it in line with the funding that would have been provided by the Erasmus+ scheme.

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: Immigration (24 Oct 2019)

Brandon Lewis: ...Parliament today – will mean that a UK conduct and criminality threshold rather than an EU threshold will be applied for EU citizens and their family members moving to the UK after a no deal Brexit. The measures will also apply those thresholds to the post-exit conduct of EU citizens and their family members living here before a no deal Brexit, or who have EU Settlement Scheme status,...

Transport: No-deal Brexit: Airports (24 Oct 2019)

No-deal Brexit: Airports

Transport: Transport Infrastructure: London Region (24 Oct 2019)

George Freeman: ...stepping in. My hon. Friend is a dogged advocate of the needs of Romford and, along with his companion Buster, has done more than anyone to put this subject on the map. I know that as well as Brexit he wants “Hexit”—he wants control of Havering taken back into Essex. However, I can confirm that we are looking at this scheme with TfL to develop a series of major structural renewals at...

Transport: Topical Questions (24 Oct 2019)

Grant Shapps: .... As we have heard, my Department was involved in Operation Matterhorn, which successfully repatriated the most people to this country since the second world war. We are also getting ready for Brexit and, of course, decarbonising transport.

European Parliamentary Elections Etc. (Repeal, Revocation, Amendment and Saving Provisions) (United Kingdom and Gibraltar) (EU Exit) (Amendment) Regulations 2019 - Motion to Approve (23 Oct 2019)

Baroness Hooper: ...—that, as a result, we have lost our right, and not just the right of the people of this country but the right of the people of Gibraltar, to have a democratic voice in the European Union after Brexit, or after 31 December 2020, as has been stated. I deeply regret the necessity for these regulations.

Speaker’s Statement: The National Health Service (23 Oct 2019)

Edward Argar: talks. As my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State set out, those on the Opposition Front Bench knowingly push scaremongering nonsense. They push it because they do not want to talk about Brexit, given their non-policy in this area, which is characterised by dither, delay and dodge. Given that position, I do not blame them for not wanting to talk about it, but they should know...

Plant Health (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 - Motion to Approve (23 Oct 2019)

Lord Grantchester: ...the EU, can the Minister give the House any indication of whether and how this may differ from that of the EU and when any proposals may come forward? Your Lordships’ EU Committee’s report Brexit: Plant and Animal Biosecurity advised that the best way to maintain the free flow of goods is for the UK to remain aligned with the EU’s biosecurity policy and regulation, even if the UK’s...

Waste and Environmental Protection (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 - Motion to Approve (23 Oct 2019)

Baroness Bakewell of Hardington Mandeville: ...SI makes no changes to the regulations covering waste and ensures that the law around waste disposal, installations and the recovery of mixed municipal waste collected from private households after Brexit will now be exactly the same over the whole of the UK. More importantly, perhaps, for Northern Ireland, it will be the same across the whole island of Ireland, as the UK and the EU...

Electricity Supplier Obligations (Excluded Electricity) (Amendment) Regulations 2019 - Motion to Approve (23 Oct 2019)

Lord Lennie: ...? Is the Minister satisfied that the changes proposed in the scheme will ensure the long-term future of the flour milling industry internationally as well as helping to stabilise food security post Brexit? The next review of the EII scheme is not due until 2023. Given the Government’s welcome shortening of their climate change targets, should not this review also be brought forward to...

Freedom of Establishment and Free Movement of Services (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 - Motion to Approve: Amendment to the Motion (23 Oct 2019)

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara: My Lords, as I have been sitting and enjoying this debate, I have been reflecting on why the other 582—is it?—SIs on a no-deal Brexit did not attract audiences of this size and did not give rise to a debate of such excitement. I have reached no firm conclusions, but it is possibly because we as a House are reaching the end of our patience with the Government in how they use these...

ISIS: British People - Question (23 Oct 2019)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: Sorry, that was a bit of a Brexit dig. When the Home Secretary makes the decision to revoke someone’s citizenship, they may not render that person stateless. They must, therefore, take legal advice at the time, which they are doing. I know the exact point that my noble friend makes but the Home Secretary cannot render someone stateless.

The National Health Service (23 Oct 2019)

Matthew Hancock: ...: the NHS will not be on the table. We know why the Labour party likes to spread this nonsense about the NHS: it has not got anything constructive to say. Labour Members do not want to talk about Brexit, because they have decided not to decide on their position, and instead they are trying to scare some of the most vulnerable people in our society—the very people they claim to represent....

Major Incident in Essex (23 Oct 2019)

Vicky Ford: ...her reassurance that our emergency services will get the support, both short term and long term, for all their needs. Will she also assure us that, no matter what happens in the coming days over Brexit, we in the UK will continue to work with police forces across Europe and agencies such as Europol and Interpol to make sure that such crimes do not happen again?

TB in Cattle and Badgers — [Phil Wilson in the Chair] (23 Oct 2019)

Deidre Brock: for Scottish farmers. People cannot trade beasts across the EU, as many hon. Members will know, without their herds being certified as TB free. There are concerns about what will happen post Brexit, and perhaps the Minister can also address that. English farmers may also be concerned that the EU funding, stretching to millions of pounds, for TB control will not be there after Brexit....

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (23 Oct 2019)

International Trade: Preparations at the border for post-Brexit trade with non-EU countries. 10:00 am; Other
Witnesses: Robert Windsor, Executive Director, British International Freight Association (BIFA) Joe Owen, Brexit Programme Director, Institute for Government Ben Digby, Director of International Trade and Investment, Confederation of British Industry (CBI) Kevin Franklin, Director of Customs Transformation, Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) Claire Vince, Director of Negotiations, Planning and...

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (23 Oct 2019)

Home Affairs: Home Office preparations for Brexit and the Work of the Home Secretary. 2:15 pm; The Wilson Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: Rt Hon Priti Patel MP, Home Secretary Sir Philip Rutnam KCB, Permanent Secretary, Home Office Shona Dunn, Second Permanent Secretary, Home Office Glyn Williams, Director General, Borders, Immigration and Citizenship Systems Policy and Strategy Group, Home Office Paul Lincoln, Director General, Border Force, Home Office

Written Answers — Department for Transport: European Aviation Safety Agency (23 Oct 2019)

Paul Maynard: The CAA spent £2.7 million on Brexit preparations in 2018/19 and expects to spend up to £1.6 million during 2019/20. It has recruited around 50 additional FTEs in preparation for Brexit. The UK is seeking continued close cooperative arrangements with the EU on aviation safety as part of an ambitious and comprehensive future relationship after exit. This will help minimise regulatory burdens...

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