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Upcoming Business – Lords: Select Committee (5 Apr 2017)

EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee: Brexit: farm animal welfare. 9:45 am; Room 4A, Palace of Westminster

Upcoming Business – Lords: Select Committee (28 Mar 2017)

European Union Committee: Brexit: devolution. 2:00 pm; Room 3, Palace of Westminster

Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (23 Mar 2017)

EU Select Committee report: 'Brexit: environment and climate change' – Lord Teverson. Debate

Terms of Withdrawal from the European Union (Referendum) (22 Mar 2017)

Tim Farron: ...will be, because it is the people who are sovereign in this country. The people can and must have their say over what comes next, and this Bill would enshrine in law their right to do so. Last week, when debating even the right of Parliament to have the final say on the Brexit deal, the Government displayed ludicrous inconsistency and double standards. The Brexiteers asked us to...

Heathrow Airport Expansion: Elmbridge (22 Mar 2017)

Andrew Jones: at least 220 miles from my hon. Friend’s, but its chamber of commerce came out in support of the application, recognising its impact for the UK as a whole. There is a further point: in our post-Brexit world, a new north-west runway sends out a clear message that Britain is open for business. The publication of the draft NPS was a significant milestone. It sets out the case for...

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Brexit (22 Mar 2017)

Julian Sturdy: To ask the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, what discussions his Department has had with (a) the Russell Group and (b) its individual members in preparation for the UK leaving the EU.

Scottish Parliament: Independence Referendum (22 Mar 2017)

Fiona Hyslop: ...announced that the UK will be outside the single market and, likely, the customs union. Now the United Kingdom Government speaks recklessly of departing the EU with no deal at all. This is more than a hard Brexit; it is a Brexit that increasing evidence warns could cause lasting damage to Scotland’s economy and jobs, and to vital investment and trade. The Fraser of Allander institute...

Prime Minister: Engagements (22 Mar 2017)

Lucy Allan:, it has helped to build Britain. As the Government deliver on the democratic will of the British people and trigger article 50, will my right hon. Friend tell us how Telford will prosper from Brexit and from her plan for Britain?

Brexit: Gibraltar - Question for Short Debate (21 Mar 2017)

Baroness Goldie: My Lords, I begin by thanking the noble Lord, Lord Boswell of Aynho, for tabling this debate. I also thank the European Union Committee for its report, Brexit: Gibraltar, which provides a valuable analysis of the opportunities and challenges presented to Gibraltar by the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. The Department for Exiting the European Union is considering the findings...

Armed Forces Act (Continuation) Order 2017 - Motion to Approve (21 Mar 2017)

Earl Howe: ...of the UK as a destabiliser nation. Our exit from the EU does not equate to a retreat from the world stage—quite the reverse. The policies that we committed to in the last SDSR will bring us into closer co-operation with a wider range of allies and partners. Brexit does not change that. It reinvigorates—it does not diminish—our capacity to bring stability to the vexing...

Stoke-on-Trent City of Culture 2021 (21 Mar 2017)

John Nicolson: is surely only fair that the UK capital of culture now comes to Scotland, since we are still in the UK, at least in the short term. As the Prime Minister embarks on her tour of the nations in an attempt to turn us all into born-again Brexiteers ahead of triggering article 50, and as the love-bombing of Scotland begins ahead of our next referendum on independence, maybe those who wish to...

UN International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination — [Mr Gary Streeter in the Chair] (21 Mar 2017)

Fabian Hamilton: the refugee crisis that is based on a fundamental rejection of religious bias as well as racial bias. Finally, I press the Minister to set out in more detail how the Government plan to co-ordinate with the European Union after Brexit on major foreign policy issues and potentially on asylum reform. Those should be key issues in the article 50 negotiations, but to date the Government have...

International Development: Forestry - Question (21 Mar 2017)

Lord Collins of Highbury: Global co-operation is absolutely critical, as the Minister mentioned, in achieving the SDGs. Can he tell us how we will ensure that co-operation post Brexit? How will we maintain a relationship with our European partners in delivering the SDGs, particularly on deforestation? I must admit that on days like this, hearing his responses, I wish he was the Secretary of State.

Public Bill Committee: Vehicle Technology and Aviation Bill: Provision of information (21 Mar 2017)

Rob Marris: ...’s licence from another EU Member State”. That is in paragraph 66 at the bottom of page 12. That is in paragraph 66 at the bottom of page 12. It comes back to the issue I raised earlier about Brexit. The context for part of clause 20 seems to be the relationship we currently have with the European Union, but which we are unlikely to have in another 105 weeks. I am seeking...

Public Bill Committee: Vehicle Technology and Aviation Bill: Air travel organisers’ licences (21 Mar 2017)

Richard Burden: Welcome back to the Chair, Ms Ryan. When we adjourned for lunch this morning, we were concluding discussion about the possible impact of Brexit on the clause relating to ATOL— air travel organisers’ licence—and its relationship with the package travel directive 2015. The simple fact is that we do not know how Brexit will affect the issues covered by the clause. We do know...

Public Bill Committee: Vehicle Technology and Aviation Bill: Air Travel Trust (21 Mar 2017)

Richard Burden: ...19 does not seem directly relevant to harmonising EU and UK regulations. Instead, it is a dormant power that the Government will hold in order to make considerable changes to ATOL, in particular to the Air Travel Trust. That is where Brexit perhaps does come in, because were such changes to happen, they would most likely be in the event of leaving the European Union. During one of our...

Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Bill [Lords]: Fuel Poverty (21 Mar 2017)

Jonathan Edwards: What consideration have the Government given to developments in currency levels? We live in an age in which sterling is devaluing. The harder the Brexit, the more sterling will have to devalue. The US dollar, on the other hand, is likely to strengthen as a result of Trump’s expansionary fiscal policy, and the Fed has increased interest rates. Oil is traded in dollars, and the gas price...

Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Bill [Lords]: Patents (21 Mar 2017)

Bill Esterson: an attractive place for investment, and that is one of the reasons we must be optimistic about our future, despite the many challenges that we currently face, particularly the uncertainty around Brexit. However, we have raised concerns throughout this process. It is a shame that there was not more in the Bill about alternative dispute resolution. The opportunity to tighten things up in...

Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Bill [Lords]: Review of the impact of exiting the European Union on provisions within this Act (21 Mar 2017)

Jo Johnson: ...from EU law. They are “home grown” provisions that were first enacted for patents back in the 19th century. The important protections provided by the Bill will not in themselves be changed by Brexit. Businesses pushed for clarity and certainty about how they can contact others over IP disputes, and the Bill will deliver that. Our leaving the EU does not alter that. Of course...

Money Laundering: British Banks (21 Mar 2017)

Greg Mulholland: ...that dirty money is channelled through our British banks, how much worse would it be if the Chancellor achieved his vision of this country becoming a corporate tax haven—another Panama—post-Brexit?

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