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Results 41–45 of 45 for brexit speaker:Emma Harper

Scottish Parliament: Article 50 Deadline (6 Oct 2016)

Emma Harper: ...for the Prime Minister to set a timescale, what is the First Minister’s best bet on how long it will take the United Kingdom Government to come up with a plan or any substantial notion of what Brexit really means?

Scottish Parliament: Rural Economy (European Union Referendum) (27 Sep 2016)

Emma Harper: ...interests of Scotland’s rural economy following the EU referendum. I represent South Scotland, where farming and food and drink—two of the sectors that are most likely to be impacted by Tory Brexit—play a vital role in providing employment and maintaining economic stability. Dumfries and Galloway has nearly a quarter of Scotland’s kye—more than any other region in Scotland—and...

Scottish Parliament: Rural Economy (European Union Referendum) (27 Sep 2016)

Emma Harper: Brexit has not actually happened yet—everybody really needs to pay attention to that. The Bank of Scotland continues to look at information and it will have more next year. However, the issue depends on what happens in future. It is likely that export health certificates for products, which cost around £300 per consignment, will be required for all trade with the EU in meat, fish and dairy...

Scottish Parliament: Rural Economy (European Union Referendum) (27 Sep 2016)

Emma Harper: ...livelihoods of real people—my constituents—depend on that scheme. Even by the standards of those on the Tory seats, it is patently ridiculous for them to demand that the SNP clean up the Tory Brexit mess when it was created by them and their Westminster colleagues. However, I know that the Scottish Government will do its utmost to mitigate the damaging effects of this muckle-sized...

Scottish Parliament: Standing Council on Europe (Reports) (21 Sep 2016)

Emma Harper: I understand that the standing council recently considered the impact of Brexit on human rights and social protections. Does the minister agree that, as legislation in those areas is reserved, there is a very real risk that advances that have been made in those areas could be threatened?


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