Results 21–40 of 1990 for alan brown

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Parliamentary approval of the outcome of negotiations with the European Union (12 Jun 2018)

...Cairns Gregory Campbell Ronnie Campbell James Cartlidge Bill Cash Maria Caulfield Alex Chalk Rehman Chishti Christopher Chope Colin Clark Greg Clark Simon Clarke James Cleverly Geoffrey Clifton-Brown Therese Coffey Damian Collins Alberto Costa Robert Courts Geoffrey Cox Stephen Crabb Tracey Crouch Chris Davies David Davies Glyn Davies Mims Davies Philip Davies David Davis Caroline Dinenage...

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Further provision about exceptions to savings and incorporation (12 Jun 2018)

...Campbell James Cartlidge Bill Cash Maria Caulfield Alex Chalk Rehman Chishti Christopher Chope Jo Churchill Colin Clark Greg Clark Kenneth Clarke Simon Clarke James Cleverly Geoffrey Clifton-Brown Therese Coffey Damian Collins Alberto Costa Robert Courts Geoffrey Cox Stephen Crabb Tracey Crouch Chris Davies David Davies Glyn Davies Mims Davies Philip Davies David Davis Caroline Dinenage...

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Dealing with deficiencies arising from withdrawal (12 Jun 2018)

...Alun Cairns Gregory Campbell James Cartlidge Bill Cash Maria Caulfield Alex Chalk Rehman Chishti Christopher Chope Jo Churchill Colin Clark Greg Clark Simon Clarke James Cleverly Geoffrey Clifton-Brown Therese Coffey Damian Collins Alberto Costa Robert Courts Geoffrey Cox Stephen Crabb Tracey Crouch Chris Davies David Davies Glyn Davies Mims Davies Philip Davies David Davis Caroline...

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Consequential and transitional provision (12 Jun 2018)

...Alun Cairns Gregory Campbell James Cartlidge Bill Cash Maria Caulfield Alex Chalk Rehman Chishti Christopher Chope Jo Churchill Colin Clark Greg Clark Simon Clarke James Cleverly Geoffrey Clifton-Brown Therese Coffey Damian Collins Alberto Costa Robert Courts Geoffrey Cox Stephen Crabb Tracey Crouch Chris Davies David Davies Glyn Davies Mims Davies Philip Davies David Davis Caroline...

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Implementing the withdrawal agreement (12 Jun 2018)

...Alun Cairns Gregory Campbell James Cartlidge Bill Cash Maria Caulfield Alex Chalk Rehman Chishti Christopher Chope Jo Churchill Colin Clark Greg Clark Simon Clarke James Cleverly Geoffrey Clifton-Brown Therese Coffey Damian Collins Alberto Costa Robert Courts Geoffrey Cox Stephen Crabb Tracey Crouch Chris Davies David Davies Glyn Davies Mims Davies Philip Davies David Davis Caroline...

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill (Programme) (No. 3) (12 Jun 2018)

...Alun Cairns Gregory Campbell James Cartlidge Bill Cash Maria Caulfield Alex Chalk Rehman Chishti Christopher Chope Jo Churchill Colin Clark Greg Clark Simon Clarke James Cleverly Geoffrey Clifton-Brown Therese Coffey Damian Collins Alberto Costa Robert Courts Geoffrey Cox Stephen Crabb Tracey Crouch Chris Davies David Davies Glyn Davies Mims Davies Philip Davies David Davis Caroline...

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Gas Sector: Scotland (12 Jun 2018)

Alan Brown: What steps he is taking to support the oil and gas sector in Scotland.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Topical Questions (11 Jun 2018)

Alan Brown: Army numbers are at just over 77,000, rather than the 82,000 promised in the 2015 Tory manifesto. Is this due to Tory incompetence, Capita incompetence or a combination of both?

Airports National Policy Statement — [Sir David Amess in the Chair] (7 Jun 2018)

Jesse Norman: ...this is not a matter for Government as such, we expect to see many regional airports come forward with plans, as many have already said they would. The hon. Member for Kilmarnock and Loudoun (Alan Brown) has already given evidence of the support of Scottish airports.

Business of the House (7 Jun 2018)

Alan Brown: By any logic, with 420 people investing in the fraudulent £19 million Corran hotel development, it should be seen as a collective investment scheme, but the Financial Conduct Authority refuses to recognise it as such, so will the Leader of the House make a statement outlining how we can get the FCA to take the proper action?

Heathrow (7 Jun 2018)

Alan Brown: I am rather naive. When the Secretary of State for Transport came to the Dispatch Box to present the decision on Heathrow expansion, I thought he was moving on from the rail shambles and on to firm ground—a subject he had a firm grip on—but clearly that is not quite the case. We are hearing mixed messages about liabilities and a rather flippant, “We don’t need to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Topical Questions (7 Jun 2018)

Alan Brown: As an indicator of the future, will the Secretary of State confirm once and for all that Scottish farmers will not see any of the £200 million EU convergence uplift money that Westminster has stolen from them?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Legislative Consent Motion (6 Jun 2018)

Alan Brown: What recent discussions he has had with the (a) Scottish Government and (b) Prime Minister on the Scottish Parliament's decision not to grant a legislative consent motion for the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill.

Airports National Policy Statement (5 Jun 2018)

Alan Brown: I thank the Secretary of State for giving me early sight of his statement. This has been another polarising issue, and aspects of the UK Government’s approach in the past and the delaying tactics have not helped matters. However, I welcome the progress that is being made, and the fact that a vote appears to be imminent. The option of Heathrow expansion was recommended by the Airports...

Nuclear Power (4 Jun 2018)

Alan Brown: I thank the Secretary of State for early sight of his statement but, to be truthful, it did not tell us any more than we have been able to glean from the media today. I find the Government’s nuclear obsession mind-boggling. When Hinkley was first proposed all those years ago it was on the basis that it had to be commissioned by December 2017 or there would be a risk of the lights going...

Rail Timetabling (4 Jun 2018)

Alan Brown: Another week, another rail shambles. When will the Secretary of State admit that the rail franchise system is broken and do something to fix it properly? It was really disappointing to hear that travellers who were forced to get rail replacement buses at short notice were sometimes turned away because the buses were full or simply did not turn up. That is even more ironic considering that...

Personal Independence Payments (4 Jun 2018)

Alan Brown: On Friday a constituent came to my surgery and it was quite obvious, and he explained to me, that he struggles to function due to a combination of excruciating pain in his shoulders and the severe and heavy pain medication he is on, yet he got zero points for mobility and lost his appeal. Hopefully there is a chink of light at the end of the tunnel for him, but what comfort does the Secretary...

Gaza: Humanitarian Situation — [Sir Henry Bellingham in the Chair] (24 May 2018)

Alan Brown: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Sir David. I assume the change of Chair was a planned changeover and that Sir Henry is not bolting just because I was up next. I congratulate the hon. Member for Sheffield, Heeley (Louise Haigh) on securing the debate. Without meaning to be flippant, to get a last-minute debate on the afternoon before recess shows commitment, and I commend...

Business of the House (24 May 2018)

Alan Brown: My constituent Stephen Benzie was in hospital for two and a half months, including periods of being in and out of a coma, and the DWP’s reaction to that was to stop paying his jobseeker’s allowance, rather than giving him a discretionary 13-week extension. He is now on universal credit, but the DWP is refusing to backdate the payments beyond a period of one month. May we have a...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Leaving the EU: Rail Industry (24 May 2018)

Alan Brown: We know that since rail privatisation the Secretary of State thinks magic money appears from nowhere with no risk to the taxpayer, but that is not the case. When it comes to infrastructure, the UK relied on £35 billion of loans from the European Investment Bank between 2011 and 2015. Where will that money come from for rail infrastructure post Brexit?


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