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Results 1–20 of 28 for brexit speaker:Brandon Lewis

Written Answers — Home Office: Europol (5 Sep 2016)

Brandon Lewis: ...when the UK is outside the EU – we will do what is necessary to keep our people safe. Europol, like all the other EU measures, will be subject to the wider UK and EU negotiations on post-Brexit arrangements. The Government will consider all available options for cooperation arrangements with Europol once the UK has left the EU, but it is too early to speculate on what those arrangements...

Previous Business – Lords: Select Committee (19 Oct 2016)

EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee: Brexit: future UK-EU security and policing co-operation. 10:20 am; Room 3, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 10:30 AM) Mr Brandon Lewis MP, Minister of State for Policing and the Fire Service, Home Office Rt Hon David Jones MP, Minister of State, Department for Exiting the European Union

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Europol/European Arrest Warrant (31 Oct 2016)

Brandon Lewis: ...-effective, extradition process across member states, but I will not presume what may or may not be in an agreement. We are in the early days of negotiations and will be going through that over the Brexit period.

Leaving the Eu: Security, Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice (18 Jan 2017)

Brandon Lewis: I just want to make a bit more progress. The Prime Minister set out in her speech yesterday the Government’s negotiation objectives for Brexit, explaining that this Government plan to make Britain “stronger” and “fairer”, restoring “national self-determination” while becoming “more global and internationalist in action and in spirit.” We have a long record of playing a...

Leaving the Eu: Security, Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice (18 Jan 2017)

Brandon Lewis: ...to get the bespoke deal that my right hon. Friend mentions. I have every confidence not just in the Home Secretary and the team at the Home Office, but the Prime Minister and the team at the Brexit Department, to negotiate to get the deal that is right for our country in the period ahead. I want to touch briefly on the fight against terrorism. We are, and always have been, clear that...

Written Answers — Home Office: Migration (10 Jul 2017)

Brandon Lewis: ...come here from Europe. It will take time to achieve that because until we leave the European Union we will still be affected by free movement rules. The Government will not solely rely on the Brexit negotiation to deliver the net migration target. We are clear that employers must move away from an unsustainable reliance on migrant workers. We have closed Tier 1 routes which allowed...

Written Answers — Home Office: Migration (10 Jul 2017)

Brandon Lewis: ...carefully. We will build a comprehensive picture of the needs and interests of all parts of the UK and look to develop a system which works for all. The Government will not solely rely on the Brexit negotiation to deliver the net migration target. We have introduced a wide range of measures in the Immigration Acts 2014 and 2016 to remove the ability of illegal immigrants to remain in the...

Immigration Act 2016: Section 67 (19 Jul 2017)

Brandon Lewis: ...we provide, but for every 3,000 people we bring over and help we could be helping 800,000 people in the region. We therefore must be very clear about our focus. As I said, we are clear that post-Brexit we shall want to continue to do the right thing for vulnerable people in the region. I shall be happy to work with him to deliver that.

Written Answers — Home Office: Visas: Temporary Employment (11 Sep 2017)

Brandon Lewis: No final decisions have been taken on the UK’s post-Brexit Immigration system. We are considering the options for our future immigration system very carefully. It is important that we understand the impacts on the different sectors of the economy and the labour market. We will, therefore, ensure that businesses and communities have the opportunity to contribute their views. We will build a...

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (21 Nov 2017)

Home Affairs: Home Office delivery of Brexit: immigration. 9:30 am; Room 8, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: Rt Hon Brandon Lewis MP, Minister of State for Immigration Patsy Wilkinson, Second Permanent Secretary, Home Office

State Pension Age: Women: EU Nationals (29 Nov 2017)

Brandon Lewis: ...and will have taken the time to look at the work we are doing on what we do as we leave the EU. The independent experts at the Migration Advisory Committee are doing work to look at what we do post Brexit, but let me be clear that we are still in the EU and still have freedom of movement, which will continue until we leave the EU.

Written Answers — Home Office: Home Office: Brexit (4 Dec 2017)

Brandon Lewis: We have agreed with HMT additional funding of £60m to support Brexit planning and implementation work in 2017/18. Future years requirements are still under discussion with HMT and announcements will be made in due course.

Previous Business – Lords: Select Committee (12 Dec 2017)

EU Justice Sub-Committee: Brexit: citizens' rights. 10:15 am; Room 3, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 10:30 AM) Rt Hon Brandon Lewis MP, Immigration Minister, Home Office

Written Answers — Home Office: UK Border Force: Recruitment (12 Dec 2017)

Brandon Lewis: ...of an additional 300 Border Force officers is underway. The Government has been clear that this additional resource will be dedicated to undertaking work to prepare for changes brought about by Brexit. Border Force is ensuring flexibility in recruitment plans to ensure the approach can be flexed and adapted as future requirements become clearer.

Oral Answers to Questions — Cabinet Office: Leaving the EU: Civil Service Capacity (19 Dec 2018)

Brandon Lewis: ...in the words of my right hon. Friend the Home Secretary, who is very confident that the Border Force will be ready—as am I, from my previous experience in that Department—for any eventuality of Brexit.

Oral Answers to Questions — Cabinet Office: Leaving the EU: Civil Service Capacity (19 Dec 2018)

Brandon Lewis: ...Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice is working with partners around Europe to ensure that, but the best thing we can do in this Parliament to ensure that we have a smooth and orderly Brexit, including for the justice system and security, is to support the Prime Minister’s deal when we vote on it in January.

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: EU Nationals (5 Sep 2019)

Brandon Lewis: We are leaving the European Union on 31 October 2019 and, in a no deal Brexit, freedom of movement as it currently stands will end then. The Prime Minister has been clear that we want EU citizens who are resident in the UK by exit to stay and they will be eligible for status under the EU Settlement Scheme to enable them to do so. In a no deal Brexit, they will have until at least 31 December...

Written Answers — Home Office: Free Movement of People: Brexit (5 Sep 2019)

Brandon Lewis: ...Union on 31 October, free movement as it currently stands will end, if the UK leaves without a deal. The details of new immigration arrangements for EU citizens moving to the UK after a no deal Brexit were announced on 4 September (https://www.parliament.uk/business/publications/written-que stions-answers-statements/written-statement/Commons/2019-09- 04/HCWS1817/). To remain in the UK...

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: EU Nationals (9 Sep 2019)

Brandon Lewis: ...Union on 31 October, free movement as it currently stands will end, if the UK leaves without a deal. The details of new immigration arrangements for EU citizens moving to the UK after a no deal Brexit were announced on 4 September (https://www.parliament.uk/business/publications/written-que stions-answers-statements/written-statement/Commons/2019-09- 04/HCWS1817/). To remain in the UK...

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: EU Nationals (9 Sep 2019)

Brandon Lewis: ...(EU) on 31 October, free movement as it currently stands will end, if the UK leaves without a deal. The details of new immigration arrangements for EU citizens moving to the UK after a no deal Brexit were announced on 4 September (https://www.parliament.uk/business/publications/written-que stions-answers-statements/written-statement/Commons/2019-09- 04/HCWS1817/).


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