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Former Labour MP for Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle (1 May 1997 – 3 May 2017)
Former Labour MP for Welwyn Hatfield (1 May 1997 – 11 Apr 2005)
Former Conservative MP for Wealden (8 Oct 1959 – 14 May 2001)
Former Conservative MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (7 Jun 2001 – 6 Nov 2019)
Former Labour MP for Kingston upon Hull North (5 May 2005 – 6 Nov 2019)
Former MP for Brighton, Kemptown (23 Feb 1950 – 18 Sep 1959)
Former MP for Exeter (31 Mar 1880 – 18 Nov 1885)
Former MP for Exeter (31 Jan 1874 – 24 Mar 1880)
Former MP for Mallow (31 Mar 1880 – 0 1884)
Former MP for Loughborough (24 Nov 1885 – 25 Sep 1900)
Former MP for Bridgwater (30 May 1929 – 30 Nov 1938)
Former MP for Montgomery District of Boroughs (4 May 1861 – 25 Jul 1863)
Former MP for Oldham (16 Feb 1821 – 23 Jun 1841)
Former MP for Belfast (29 Jun 1841 – 0 1843)
Former MP for Nuneaton (12 Jan 1906 – 25 Nov 1918)
Former MP for Gateshead (20 Jan 1904 – 10 Jan 1910)
Former MP for Walthamstow East (14 Dec 1918 – 9 Oct 1924)
Former MP for Lewisham South (8 Oct 1959 – 8 Feb 1974)
Former MP for Carlisle (26 May 1955 – 25 Sep 1964)
Former MP for Manchester, Blackley (25 Oct 1951 – 25 Sep 1964)
Former MP for Kingston upon Hull West (23 Feb 1950 – 13 May 1983)
Former MP for Derby South (18 Jun 1970 – 13 May 1983)
Former Conservative MP for Dartford (6 May 2010 – 6 Nov 2019)
Former Conservative MP for Orpington (6 May 2010 – 6 Nov 2019)
Labour MSP for Edinburgh Southern (7 May 2016 – current)
Former Conservative MP for Sleaford and North Hykeham (8 Dec 2016 – 6 Nov 2019)
Former Labour MP for East Lothian (7 Jun 2001 – 12 Apr 2010)
Former Labour MP for Crawley (1 May 1997 – 12 Apr 2010)
Former Labour MP for Eccles (1 May 1997 – 12 Apr 2010)
Former Labour MP for Derby North (1 May 1997 – 12 Apr 2010)
Stuart McMillan: ...—that is 33,626 people. If the Tories think that that is fair, that says a lot about the world in which they live and about how out of touch the Scottish and UK Tories are. With the likes of Johnson, Jacob Rees Mogg—who has disappeared from the election campaign—and Priti Patel wanting to continue in Government after next week, the dystopian nightmare that thousands of people face,...
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Nicola Sturgeon: ...across the world and we will continue to do so. I look forward to taking part in the Channel 4 leaders’ debate on climate change this evening. When I was last updated on the debate, Boris Johnson was still running scared of it. I hope that he changes his mind and joins us on the platform tonight.
Nicola Sturgeon: ...if agreements were done with drug companies, for example, to extend patents, which I believe is mentioned in the paperwork that was leaked yesterday. That is the risk to our health service if Boris Johnson and the Tories get their way. I think that the priority for people in Scotland over the next couple of weeks is to make sure that Boris Johnson does not get his way, we get him out of...
Daniel Johnson: 5. To ask the Scottish Government what action it is taking to prevent assaults on retail workers. (S5O-03835)
Michael Russell: ...for Foreign Affairs”, etcetera, so there is an element, as there has been since the issuing of the first passports, of international protection, and there is a link to voting protection. Lyndon Johnson observed that “A man without a vote is a man without protection”. So, there is an issue of rights within the state, where residence takes place, which are protected by voting and may...
Fiona Hyslop: ...and entertained and to be treated with empathy and understanding. The UK Government is playing games with welfare and public service broadcasting. On 26 August this year, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: “The BBC received a settlement that was conditional upon their paying for TV licences for the over-75s. They should cough up.” Now that a general election looms, Boris Johnson has...
Daniel Johnson: The full adoption of the UNCRC brings with it the possibility of unforeseen incompatibilities with pre-existing legislation, as has been mentioned. Has the Government identified examples of such incompatibilities and is it undertaking proactive work to identify possible conflicts with existing law?
Daniel Johnson: Will Liam McArthur give way?
Alison Johnstone: ...health service. The amendment also recognises a fundamental threat to the sustainability of the national health service: the catastrophe that a hard Brexit would be and the possibility that a Boris Johnson Government would desperately pursue a trade deal with the United States. I will, therefore, support the Government amendment. The hard Brexit that the Tories are pursuing represents one...
Kenneth Macintosh: The next item of business is consideration of a Parliamentary Bureau motion. I call Graeme Dey to move motion S5M-19955, on committee membership. That the Parliament agrees that Daniel Johnson be appointed to replace Monica Lennon as a member of the Solicitors in the Supreme Courts of Scotland (Amendment) Bill Committee.
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Fergus Ewing: ...nothing to take back control of our waters. If Mr Chapman disagrees, can he read the extract from the agreement where that is agreed to? Given that that does not exist, does he not agree that Boris Johnson has simply kicked the can down the road, and that any negotiation that has not been carried out now may never be carried out, and will be fiercely resisted by the EU under any circumstance?
...or anybody else is in any doubt about this, but let me be absolutely candid: I support independence for Scotland. I want Scotland to escape a position where our future is imposed on us by Boris Johnson, who is now having his strings pulled by Nigel Farage. The Tory party is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Nigel Farage and the Brexit Party. I do not want that to be Scotland’s future; I...
Maureen Watt: The First Minister will be aware that the Home Secretary, Priti Patel, has pledged that the Tories will cut overall immigration and end freedom of movement if Boris Johnson wins—
Bruce Crawford: ...on an economically weakened UK. It will not have escaped people’s notice that the attack on a number of UK products by the US Government comes from the very Trump Administration that Boris Johnson boasts we will have a post-Brexit trade deal with. President Trump himself has indicated that that will be possible only with a no-deal Brexit, which would mean that the UK Government would be...
Daniel Johnson: I agree that there are clearly economic opportunities, but to take them our people need to have the right skills. In that regard, can the minister comment on recent data that shows a decline in the number of our young people leaving school with qualifications in science and mathematics?
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Liam McArthur: ...the way in which successive Tory Governments have sought to use EU nationals in this country as pawns in a wider political game of brinkmanship. Theresa May made no attempt to disguise that. Boris Johnson and colleagues have positively revelled in it. For them, ending freedom of movement is the holy grail, as if removing rights that we currently have is a good thing. Even arguing that it...
Nicola Sturgeon: Yes, I do. It is a serious issue. When Boris Johnson comes to Scotland for a fleeting visit, which I think he is describing as a regional visit, no doubt to give the Scottish Tories their marching orders for the remainder of the election campaign, he should take the opportunity to apologise for Tory austerity, for Tory welfare cuts, for the mess and the chaos of Brexit, and for the misery...