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Renewable Energy - Question for Short Debate (5 Jun 2019)

Lord Giddens: ...scheme and it will be good to hear the Minister’s views on how the project might be taken forward. Perhaps, if he is willing, my noble friend Lord Grantchester could comment on reports that Mr Corbyn has given a commitment to push ahead with the tidal lagoon project should Labour come to power. Has any thought been given to the sources of such funding, or is it just a vague promise? The...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (5 Jun 2019)

Rebecca Long-Bailey: ...on Saturday. It pains me, as a Manchester United fan, to congratulate Liverpool on their victory, although—fair play—Liverpool fans did rename “Margaret Thatcher Square” in Madrid “Jeremy Corbyn Square”. I reckon that that deserves brownie points, even from a Man United fan. Yesterday, the Prime Minister had to repeat to President Trump a journalist’s question about whether...

Scottish Parliament: Realising Scotland’s Potential (4 Jun 2019)

Willie Rennie: ...on Europe. That is to be welcomed. I waited for the caveat that I thought might come, but there was no caveat, which I hope is a positive sign that Richard Leonard will try to influence Jeremy Corbyn in London to adopt a similar position, because we are coming to the critical point at which the Labour Party needs to stand up on Brexit, which is critical to the whole debate about skills,...

Leaving the European Union - Statement (22 May 2019)

Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town: ...and interviews, he offered up options to bring Parliament and the country together. They were all ignored, including in last night’s last-minute letter to my right honourable friend Jeremy Corbyn. They were ignored by a Government who cannot even hold their own party together, never mind the country or Parliament. So we have this sorry sight today: a speech made first not to MPs but to...

Leaving the European Union (22 May 2019)

Jeremy Corbyn: I thank the Prime Minister for an advance copy of the statement. In fact, I received it yesterday when she made an appeal entitled, “Seeking common ground in Parliament”. Where did she make that appeal? Not in Parliament, but in a small room just down the road. It is now clear: the bold new deal that the Prime Minister promised is little more than a repackaged version of her three times...

Leaving the EU: Extension Period Negotiations — [Mr Laurence Robertson in the Chair] (22 May 2019)

Julia Lopez: ...via Henry VIII clauses in this period as a means of managing short-term Brexit challenges. Such power vested in Government may seem expedient now, but will rapidly seem less attractive under a Corbyn Government. I fear that for some time, our political class has harboured a simultaneous inferiority and superiority complex about this nation’s abilities. One group of politicians...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (22 May 2019)

Jeremy Corbyn: I join the Prime Minister in commemorating all the victims of the Manchester bombing two years ago. Our thoughts are with the friends and families of all those who were killed, the survivors, and the emergency service workers who gave such heroic service that night. They will live with the horrors of that night for the rest of their lives and 10.31 tonight will be a very poignant moment for...

Backbench Business: National Marriage and Mental Health Awareness Weeks — [Sir David Amess in the Chair] (16 May 2019)

Andrew Selous: ..., I think that the last Prime Minister did some good things in the area. I would have liked him to do more, but I think that that criticism is a little harsh. The article continues: “Jeremy Corbyn is unlikely to be talking about family values, which is a shame because a true social justice warrior would be obsessed with this issue. Marriage is becoming a luxury item, a trend that is...

Scottish Parliament: Seasonal Agricultural Workers (15 May 2019)

Fergus Ewing: Scotland. That is why it is important that freedom of movement continues to be our policy. I very much hope that the Labour Party in Scotland will support freedom of movement, because Mr Corbyn seems not to support it.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (15 May 2019)

Jeremy Corbyn: I join the Prime Minister in acknowledging Mental Health Awareness Week. I want to send my support to all those campaigning all across the country to raise awareness of mental health, and a message that all of us can do something about it by reaching out and talking to people going through a mental health crisis, and also ensuring that there is proper funding for our mental health services. I...

Health (14 May 2019)

...Richard Burgon Dawn Butler Liam Byrne Ruth Cadbury Alan Campbell Dan Carden Alistair Carmichael Sarah Champion Jenny Chapman Ann Clwyd Vernon Coaker Ann Coffey Julie Cooper Yvette Cooper Jeremy Corbyn Neil Coyle David Crausby Mary Creagh Stella Creasy Jon Cruddas John Cryer Judith Cummins Alex Cunningham Jim Cunningham Janet Daby Nicholas Dakin Edward Davey Wayne David Geraint Davies...

Brexit: Free Trade Agreement - Question (14 May 2019)

Lord Callanan: We took the view that both sides would have had to compromise. The noble Baroness cited Conservative leaders so I will tell her what her leader, Jeremy Corbyn, said at the launch of his European election campaign: that a commitment to leave the EU was confirmed in the Labour Party manifesto and at the party conference. We seek to explore whether that really is the position of the Labour Party.

Conduct of Debate in Public Life - Motion to Regret (9 May 2019)

Lord Wallace of Saltaire: ...of those to have announced so far who would qualify as a citizen of somewhere rather than of nowhere, and will no doubt therefore receive the support of the noble Baroness, Lady Bottomley. Jeremy Corbyn, as the leader of the Labour Party, shares in the responsibilities of political leadership. As some on his own Benches have said, he has also failed to exercise that. The media have...

Acquired Brain Injury: Death of John Smith: 25th Anniversary (9 May 2019)

Ian Murray: ...led by former Cabinet Minister Peter Shore—including a notably serial rebellious Back Bencher and challenger to his leadership, my right hon. Friend the Member for Islington North (Jeremy Corbyn), the current Leader of the Opposition—were irreconcilably opposed to Britain’s membership of the European Union, but John minimised internal dispute by taking the unprecedented step of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Leaving the EU: Welsh Seafood (9 May 2019)

Michael Gove: ...Welsh product. The one threat to that trade would be the election of a Labour Government at the next general election because, as we all know, the right hon. Member for Islington North (Jeremy Corbyn) could not run a whelk stall.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (8 May 2019)

Jeremy Corbyn: I join the Prime Minister in sending condolences to the family and friends of Guardsman Mathew Talbot, who died while on anti-poaching activities. It is a reminder of the diverse work that the armed forces do, and we thank them for it and for the help they are giving to the people of Malawi. I join her also in welcoming the birth of the baby to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and, along with...

No-Deal Brexit: Cross-Channel Freight (2 May 2019)

Chris Grayling: My hon. Friend makes a very good point. It underlines one of the things that makes the business community much more concerned by a Corbyn Government than by Brexit, because Labour Members not only do not understand business—they hate business and do not believe that Government should work with business. We hear time and again how dismissive they are of business, and this is just another example.

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