Jack Dromey: ...narrow party political interest. She is lionised by Jaguar workers and Land Rover workers, as we have worked together to defend the interests of our manufacturing base against the background of Brexit. She will be sorely missed. Mr Speaker, yours has been a remarkable trajectory, from being a member of an organisation so right-wing that even Norman Tebbit abolished it, to being a fully...
Lord Empey: ...that it was not “the” issue. There were underlying issues that cannot easily be put into a Civil Service box that we can tick. There are relationship issues; there is the bigger picture of Brexit; there is the political situation in the Republic of Ireland, where some parties have a role to play; and there is the whole prospect of having to take difficult economic decisions, which will...
Lord Bruce of Bennachie: ...that out, both in the Province and across the rest of the UK. Perhaps the elephant in the room, which I think the Explanatory Notes and the Library Note say has nothing to do with this Bill, is Brexit. Although technically it has nothing to do with it, there are clearly serious implications for Northern Ireland if anything similar to this deal goes through—which could happen within the...
Brexit: Engagement with EU on Foreign Affairs - Debate
Deidre Brock: ...to your left—stage left, as we used to say—Mr Peter Barratt and Mr Ian Davis, who I know have offered you such valuable support over years? Let me begin my question by saying happy non-Brexit day to the Government Front-Bench team. Will the Secretary of State tell us whether the Scottish Government support the proposals on the OEP? Were they consulted on them?
Edward Leigh: Brexit is, of course, a major task for Departments. Since 2016, the NAO has published 26 reports on aspects of Brexit. Most recently it has published reports on the UK’s border preparedness for Brexit and on Brexit’s implications for the supply of medicines to the health and social care sectors.
Oliver Dowden: The 2017 Confidence and Supply Agreement, which was for the duration of this Parliament, has provided certainty and stability that the country needed as we embarked on Brexit and beyond. The Conservative and Unionist Party has worked with the Democratic Unionist Party to govern in the national interest. Parliament has now resolved to hold an early general election, which will bring this...
Jon Trickett: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, how much has been spent from the public purse by each supplier on the Get Ready for Brexit campaign as of 28 October 2019.
Jon Trickett: ...Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, what estimate he has made of the number of members of the public his Department plans to inform through the Get Ready for Brexit campaign.
Jon Trickett: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, whether the Get Ready for Brexit campaign remains operational.
Jon Trickett: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, if he will publish the business case for the Get Ready for Brexit campaign.
Jon Trickett: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, how many complaints have been made to the Advertising Standards Agency about the Get Ready for Brexit campaign.
Jon Trickett: ...Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, in which (a) print, (b) broadcast and (c) digital media outlets advertising space has been purchased for the Get Ready for Brexit campaign.
Chris Matheson: ...of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, pursuant to the Answer of 22 October 2019 to Question 1712, in which EU countries his Department is running the Get Ready for Brexit campaign.
Preet Kaur Gill: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development, how many of his civil servants have been deployed to other Departments from his Department's (a) London office b) Scotland office and (c) offices overseas to work on tasks relating to the UK leaving the EU.
Mark Lancaster: ...a prudent standby package of Defence personnel to support the civil authorities on a range of tasks if required. There are no plans to utilise military personnel for public order following Brexit and the Armed Forces have not undertaken urban training exercises in preparation for the UK leaving the EU without a deal. Defence routinely conducts training and exercising in a range of...
Mark Lancaster: Within the last twelve months, no military personnel have been recalled from the Falklands to assist with preparations for a no-deal Brexit.
Baroness Quin: To ask Her Majesty's Government how much the advert placed in Le Monde on 23 February entitled Brexit—31st October cost.
Baroness Quin: To ask Her Majesty's Government how many adverts they have placed in newspapers in EU27 countries alerting businesses to Brexit on 31 October; and what was the total cost of those adverts.
Baroness Altmann: ... they have spent on (1) motorway advertising, (2) newspaper advertisements, and (3) other public information campaigns, in the past 12 months, about preparing for the possibility of a no-deal Brexit.