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Agriculture Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 60 (17 Sep 2020)

Lord Bruce of Bennachie: ...whose style is far less conciliatory and can be abrasive. We have legislation coming down the track that is absolutely crucial to the future of the devolution settlement, especially the Trade Bill and the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill, where it would appear that the Government, frankly, are bent on centralising control and weakening the devolution settlement. Given the point about...

Brexit: Civil Service Code - Private Notice Question (17 Sep 2020)

Lord True: My Lords, all civil servants are subject to the Civil Service Code in supporting the Government to put forward the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill for debate in Parliament. The previous Cabinet Secretary was clear at the time that civil servants could and should work on the legislation and its passage through Parliament, as set out in the Government’s legal statement.

Taiwan - Question (17 Sep 2020)

Lord Mackenzie of Framwellgate: ...of Taiwan’s airspace by the PRC exemplify the unnecessary weakening of the UK’s authority and soft power brought about by the Government’s cavalier attitude to the admitted breach of international law by their introduction of the internal market Bill, which seeks to alter the provisions of the withdrawal agreement entered into with the European Union and signed by the Prime Minister?

Business of the House (17 Sep 2020)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: The business for next week will include: Monday 21 September—Continuation of consideration in Committee of the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (day 3). Tuesday 22 September—Conclusion of consideration in Committee of the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (day 4). Wednesday 23 September—Second Reading of the Overseas Operations (Service Personnel and Veterans) Bill, followed by...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (17 Sep 2020)

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill: Clause 46 - Power to provide financial assistance for economic development etc (16 Sep 2020)

Chloe Smith: Those are to help to ensure that this power can be used to best effect to boost growth, and I certainly hope every right hon. and hon. Member would support that. This power, and the Bill overall, present a real once-in-a-generation opportunity to level up our country, to strengthen our Union and to allow the UK Government to invest better the taxpayers’ money that was previously...

Remote Participation in House of Commons Proceedings (Motion) (16 Sep 2020)

Dawn Butler: I beg to move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to require the Leader of the House of Commons to move a Motion asserting the equal right of all Members of the House of Commons to participate in proceedings and establishing mechanisms for MPs unable to attend Westminster to vote remotely and to participate remotely in proceedings, including debates and general committees. I rise to...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (16 Sep 2020)

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (16 Sep 2020)

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (16 Sep 2020)

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill

Scottish Parliament: Trade Negotiations (16 Sep 2020)

Michael Russell: ...I will. I make those representations all the time and will continue to make them. Without doubt, despite what the UK Conservative Government or the Scottish Conservatives say, the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill is a major threat to devolution, and there is nothing that the Scottish Parliament does that is not threatened by it. It is certainly more than likely that public services such...

Wales: UK Internal Market (16 Sep 2020)

Simon Hart: The Government’s response to the UK internal market consultation published last week highlighted the broad support for the proposals from businesses and job creators in Wales. The Bill gives businesses the continued certainty of seamless trade across the UK as the transition period ends.

The Prime Minister was asked: Engagements (16 Sep 2020)

Boris Johnson: ...chose decisively to reject that. I think he said it was a once-in-a-generation event as well. They now have the opportunity to vote to support the further devolution of powers in the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill, and I hope that he will join us in the Lobby in support of that.

Agriculture Bill - Report (1st Day): Amendment 28 (15 Sep 2020)

Baroness Jones of Whitchurch: ...have raised important issues about the application and accountability of multiannual assistance plans. All noble Lords, quite rightly, are seeking to provide some rigour in the allocation of £3 billion a year or more which is being set aside by the Government to fund the farming sector for the future. We all have an interest in ensuring that the money is allocated fairly, in line with the...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill: Clause 28 - Functions of the CMA under this Part: general provisions (15 Sep 2020)

Paul Scully: ...—what businesses expect us to do. I will not go through all the clauses, for reasons of brevity, but I am happy to follow up with anybody who wants to do that as we go through the rest of the Bill’s stages. Amendment 30 would require the Secretary of State to obtain the agreement of the devolved Administrations before the Secretary of State specifies the level of financial penalties in...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (15 Sep 2020)

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill

Point of Order (15 Sep 2020)

Christopher Chope: On a point of order, Mr Speaker. Can you advise me how I can ensure that the record is corrected in relation to Division No. 94 yesterday? I spoke in support of the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill on Second Reading and I voted on all three occasions, but one of my votes has not been recorded. I suspect that the circumstances relate to the fact that there was a Government Whip there who...

Rule of Law: Law Officers - Private Notice Question (15 Sep 2020)

Lord Lilley: Can my noble and learned friend confirm that, if the Government invoke Article 16 to tackle the problems that they foresee, they would still need legislation like the Internal Market Bill to implement it? Do not we need that legislation on the statute book before the end of the transition period to reassure businesses that they will not have to either submit export declarations or pay tariffs...

Written Answers — Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office: Local Authorities: Scotland (15 Sep 2020)

Andrew Bowie: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, whether he plans to enable UK Government support of local authorities in Scotland under the provisions of the UK internal market Bill.

Treasury: Export Costs: Northern Ireland to Great Britain (15 Sep 2020)

Sammy Wilson: While I welcome the provisions of the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill debated yesterday, they do not cover the issue that the EU is demanding that goods coming into Northern Ireland have tariffs imposed on them until it is proven that they have not left Northern Ireland and gone into the EU. This is damaging to business, because it requires additional paperwork, will affect cash flow, and...

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