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Nigel Dodds

DUP MP for Belfast North (7 Jun 2001 – current)

Sammy Wilson

DUP MP for East Antrim (5 May 2005 – current)

Hywel Williams

Plaid Cymru MP for Arfon (7 Jun 2001 – current)

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Upcoming Business – Lords: Select Committee (22 Oct 2019)

EU Justice Sub-Committee: Brexit: Citizens rights: follow-up. 10:30 am; Room 3, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 10:45 AM) Mr Jeremy Morgan QC, British in Europe

Upcoming Business – Commons: Select Committee (16 Oct 2019)

European Scrutiny: Post-Brexit Scrutiny of EU Law and Policy. 2:15 pm; Room 5, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: Maddy Thimont Jack, Institute for Government Dr Brigid Fowler, Senior Researcher, Hansard Society Adam Cygan, Professor of Law, University of Leicester Sir Ivan Rogers, former UK Permanent Representative to the European Union 2013-17

Written Answers — Northern Ireland Office: Belfast Agreement: Brexit (9 Oct 2019)

Conor McGinn: To ask Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, what assessment the Government has made of the compatibility of the provisions of the Good Friday Agreement with (a) the UK leaving the EU without a deal and (b) the Irish backstop.

Government Plan for Net Zero Emissions — [James Gray in the Chair] (8 Oct 2019)

Geraint Davies: ...doing that because we want to please the motorist, and we keep a freeze on diesel. We want a tax on plastics as well. We also need to think about our trade. Why are we, with the whole process of Brexit, turning away from our nearest market to markets further afield? There should be a carbon charge on our trade, and we should think carefully about Brexit. Why is it that we can all fly to...

Rural Economy (Rural Economy Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (8 Oct 2019)

Lord Gardiner of Kimble: ...national quality of life. That is why the Government are committed to supporting vibrant rural economies and the businesses that are at the beating heart of our rural economy. I have not mentioned Brexit, candidly because your Lordships have had many discussions about Brexit, this week and before, and I am sure they will continue. As a farmer, I am well aware of the challenges and of what...

Prison Officers: Pension Age (8 Oct 2019)

Grahame Morris: ...95% of what he said, and I was very impressed by the way he delivered it. I did a bit of research and noticed some interesting comments by him on KentOnline about being willing to go to prison for Brexit so, come November, he could bring a unique perspective to debates on this subject. I hope it does not come to that. I agree with the hon. Gentleman’s strapline: 68 is too late. We...

Exiting the European Union (Environmental Protection) (8 Oct 2019)

Zac Goldsmith: ...comments and absolutely accept his challenge. The insurgency will continue. I also thank the hon. Member for Falkirk (John Mc Nally). I believe that his concerns about standards dropping after Brexit are unfounded. With every week that passes and every piece of legislation that the Government introduce, we will demonstrate that he is wrong. No doubt, he will be happy to be proven wrong...

Customs Legislation and Amendments: Impact Analysis - Statement (8 Oct 2019)

Lord Davies of Oldham: My Lords, I am grateful to the noble Lord for repeating the Statement. We have had a significant debate on Brexit under a number of headings this afternoon, and perhaps this one, the most precise of the lot, is likely to cause the most pessimism. This is HMRC indicating what will be the costs to business, and it has made it quite clear that the costs will be very significant. Large companies...

Tata Steelworks: Newport (8 Oct 2019)

Kevin Foster: ...from industry. We continue to press for the introduction of trade defence instruments to protect UK steel producers from unfair steel dumping. Tata has confirmed the closures are not linked to Brexit; instead competition from much larger players in China and Japan is understood to be the key reason.

Brexit: Preparations - Statement (8 Oct 2019)

Lord Forsyth of Drumlean: ...they did not give us very long to read it, but I have read it. On page 46, for example, it makes it absolutely clear that pet owners will still be able to travel to Europe with their pets after Brexit. They may need to take additional steps to prepare but it explains what these are. The opposition parties are scaremongering and making the same speeches. They have demanded to know what...

Delegated Legislation: Exiting the European Union (Plant Health) (8 Oct 2019)

Luke Pollard: ...them—and that they will have serious consequences for our residents and businesses over and above the massive overarching mistake, which is the way in which this Government are failing to handle Brexit.”—[Official Report, Twenty-third Delegated Legislation Committee, 19 March 2019; c. 6.] Ignoring the bigger Brexit position that my hon. Friend was talking about, I think it is...

Procedure for Appointing Judges — [Mr Virendra Sharma in the Chair] (8 Oct 2019)

Stuart McDonald: ...vetting of judge appointments in the wake of the Supreme Court’s prorogation ruling”. The Daily Telegraph ran the headline: “Supreme Court justices could be appointed by MPs in wake of Brexit ruling, Geoffrey Cox says”. In a slightly more understated fashion, The Law Society Gazette headed its report with certain exchanges in the Commons Chamber with the headline: “Supreme Court...

Preparations for Leaving the EU (8 Oct 2019)

Keir Starmer: ...mitigate the significant disruption which would be caused by no deal.” The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders did likewise within hours in response to what the Minister said: “A no deal Brexit would have an immediate and devastating impact on the industry, undermining competitiveness and causing irreversible and severe damage.” That was only hours after the Minister said that...

HMRC Impact Analysis: Customs (8 Oct 2019)

John Martin McDonnell: Perhaps I can help the Minister fill in some of the gaps in the statement. The Government’s own assessment shows that their no-deal Brexit policy will introduce “significant ongoing administrative costs impacting on UK and EU businesses of all sectors.” It is an avalanche of paperwork descending on British businesses in the form of import, export, safety and security declarations. The...

Previous Business – Lords: Select Committee (8 Oct 2019)

European Union Committee: Scrutiny of Brexit negotiations. 10:30 am; Room 3, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 10:30 AM) Ms Victoria Hewson, Head of Regulatory Affairs and Research Associate, Institute of Economic Affairs Mr Charles Grant, Director, Centre for European Reform

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (8 Oct 2019)

Home Affairs: Home Office preparations for Brexit. 10:00 am; The Thatcher Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: Shanker Singham, Chair, Technical Panel Tony Smith CBE, Alternative Arrangements Commission Sam Lowe, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for European Reform Dr Anna Jerzewska, Customs and Trade Consultant

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Dornase Alfa (8 Oct 2019)

Edward Argar: ...Response to manage potential shortages. Further details can be found at the following link: ducts-supply-government-updates-no-deal-brexit-plans All prescription only medicines and pharmacy medicines imported from or via the EU/European Economic Area are within scope of the continuity of supply programme. All suppliers of these...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Medical Equipment (8 Oct 2019)

Edward Argar: ...Response to manage potential shortages. Further details can be found at the following link: ducts-supply-government-updates-no-deal-brexit-plans

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Cancer: Children (8 Oct 2019)

Edward Argar: ...Response to manage potential shortages. Further details can be found at the following link: ducts-supply-government-updates-no-deal-brexit-plans

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: NHS: Drugs (8 Oct 2019)

Edward Argar: ...Response to manage potential shortages. Further details can be found at the following link: ducts-supply-government-updates-no-deal-brexit-plans

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