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Written Answers — Department for Transport: Holyhead Port (29 Oct 2019)

Baroness Randerson: To ask Her Majesty's Government what arrangements for a no-deal Brexit have been put in place at the port of Holyhead.

Written Answers — The Senior Deputy Speaker: House of Lords: Select Committee Reports (29 Oct 2019)

Lord McFall of Alcluith: ...committees have published the following reports directly related to the UK’s departure from the EU. These include reports on legislation and treaties which are directly concerned with the Brexit process. Constitution Committee (2016–17) The invoking of Article 50 (4th report, HL Paper 44) European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill (8th report, HL Paper 119) The ‘Great Repeal...

Written Answers — Department for International Trade: Department for International Trade: Languages (29 Oct 2019)

Baroness Coussins: ...how many officials with relevant foreign language skills are currently employed by the Department for International Trade to work on negotiating free trade agreements for the United Kingdom after Brexit.

Scottish Parliament: Social Security (Disability Assistance) (29 Oct 2019)

Bill Kidd: ...not just trying to cheat the system. The undeniable context of this debate is the growing international concern about the treatment of disabled people in the UK as a whole, particularly in light of Brexit and recent UK Government welfare reforms. Although I want to look to the future and consider how we can make things function better now that the matter is in the hands of the Scottish...

Health and Social Care: Cystic Fibrosis Drugs (29 Oct 2019)

Marion Fellows: ...as well as Scotland. I never doubted that my Government would press and press, and I am delighted that the Secretary of State’s Government have followed suit. However, there are still great Brexit uncertainties. Given that people fought for so long, what reassurances can the Secretary of State give those who will obtain these life-saving drugs that they will be possible, affordable and...

Health and Social Care: Topical Questions (29 Oct 2019)

Matthew Hancock: ...health campaign; a landmark agreement so that cystic fibrosis drugs, including Orkambi, can be available on the NHS; and the firm commitment from the Prime Minister that in any trade talks after Brexit, the NHS is—and always will be—off the table.

Northern Ireland (Executive Formation etc) Act 2019 (28 Oct 2019)

Emma Little Pengelly: ...and get more GPs into the practices to help them to support our constituents. I want to touch briefly on the business community. Businesses are rightly concerned about the proposal in relation to Brexit, but I do not want to talk about Brexit in any great detail today, because there will be plenty of other opportunities—and there have been opportunities—to do that. However, many of the...

Business of the House (28 Oct 2019)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: ...published tomorrow. It is extremely short, simple and limited in scope: to have an election on 12 December to ensure that this House can come to a decision—something that it has failed to do on Brexit. It has reached a point of stalemate. It has voted to have an election, but not by a sufficient majority to ensure that the consequences of the Fixed-term Parliaments Act are met, and this...

Environment Bill (28 Oct 2019)

Richard Graham: ...together and be responsible for the net-zero carbon targets. I can think of no better candidate than the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, once he has fulfilled his current obligations on Brexit. Lastly, it would be wrong not to mention the ecopark in Gloucester, which I hope very much to develop with Enerva, the owner, the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust and other interested parties,...

Early Parliamentary General Election (28 Oct 2019)

Charlie Elphicke: ...clear. Each and every one of us has that same instruction, and we should execute it and do the right thing. It is clear that this House is at an impasse. Those on the Government Benches want to get Brexit done and move forward, while those on the Opposition Benches want us to cancel Brexit and go back into the European Union. This impasse can only be solved in one way: by the people in a...

Northern Ireland (Executive Formation etc) Act 2019: Section 3(5) - Motion to Take Note (28 Oct 2019)

Lord Duncan of Springbank: .... The question has been asked: what is the Prime Minister doing? The Prime Minister met the parties in July. However, there is no point in equivocating around the truth that we sit in the fog of Brexit. I make no excuses for that, and I make no explanations around that. That is where we are: becalmed in the fog of Brexit, waiting for the winds of change to pick up and take our vessel...

Restoring Nature and Climate Change — [Stewart Hosie in the Chair] (28 Oct 2019)

Luke Pollard: ...setting. I look forward to the introduction of the Agriculture Bill and, as the shadow Minister for fisheries, that of the Fisheries Bill. Those two very important Bills have been hamstrung by the Brexit paralysis, but we need them because of the impact on our natural environment and on coastal and rural communities. Many Members spoke about the importance of rewetting our peat bogs and...

Shared Rural Network - Statement (28 Oct 2019)

Lord Inglewood: ...as chairman of the Cumbrian local enterprise organisation, which probably contains a lot of tops of mountains. The area will probably be, according to independent analysis, the most affected by Brexit of any part of Britain. One of the themes of our efforts to reinvigorate the economy, after what will on any measure be a setback, is proper digital connectivity. Therefore, while I welcome...

Essex: Major Incident - Statement (28 Oct 2019)

Lord Bethell: ...agencies, and that characterises this Government’s approach to security—putting first the interests of the people of this country and solving crimes. We have put together a deal around Brexit that seeks to protect and even strengthen that spirit, and that is why we are pushing to get it signed. On the controls at Purfleet, it is a sad fact that the investment of time and money in...

Major Incident in Essex (28 Oct 2019)

Diane Abbott: ...agents benefiting from co-operation with what is the most sophisticated agency of its kind in the world? Will the Home Secretary further explain how that co-operation can continue under a no-deal Brexit or the Prime Minister’s deal? As things stand, we will lose the current level of co-operation, we will not have real-time access to EU agency databases, and we will lose access to a host...

Northern Ireland: Devolved Government - Question (28 Oct 2019)

Lord Duncan of Springbank: My noble friend would, rightly, question my veracity if I said that Brexit had no influence in Northern Ireland. Right now, it is important to ensure that we are able to seek and deliver a withdrawal agreement that works for all parts of Northern Ireland. That will be the final test. However, I hope that the parties of Northern Ireland do not wait for that to happen but resolve to bring...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy: Prices (28 Oct 2019)

Kwasi Kwarteng: ..., most of which is not dependent on the EU. Energy regulators in Ireland and Northern Ireland have set out that the Single Electricity Market (SEM) will continue to operate immediately after Brexit, including in a No Deal scenario. The SEM is designed to put downward pressure on consumer electricity prices, facilitate the integration of renewables and provide continued security of...

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Brexit: North West (28 Oct 2019)

Jeff Smith: To ask the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, whether he has made an assessment of the potential economic effect of the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill on the North West of England.


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