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Upcoming Business – Lords: Select Committee (8 Mar 2017)

EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee: Brexit: agriculture. 10:00 am; Room 2, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 10:30 AM) Mr George Eustice MP, Secretary of State, Agriculture, Fisheries and Food

Upcoming Business – Lords: Select Committee (8 Mar 2017)

Economic Affairs Committee: Brexit and the Labour Market. 2:30 pm; Room 2, Palace of Westminster

Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (2 Mar 2017)

Debate on the report from the EU Committee Brexit: the options for trade – Lord Whitty. Debate

Upcoming Business – Lords: Select Committee (1 Mar 2017)

EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee: Brexit: agriculture. 10:00 am; Room 2, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 10:30 AM) Professor Nigel Gibbens CBE, Chief Veterinary Officer

Upcoming Business – Commons: Select Committee (28 Feb 2017)

Culture, Media and Sport: The impact of Brexit on the creative industries, tourism and the digital single market. 10:30 am

Upcoming Business – Lords: Select Committee (23 Feb 2017)

Economic Affairs Committee: Brexit and the Labour Market. 11:30 am; Room 2, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 11:35 AM) The Lord Green of Deddington, Chairman, Migration Watch UK Mr Stephen Clarke, Research & Policy Analyst, Resolution Foundation Mr. Philippe Legrain, Visiting Senior Fellow, European Institute, London School of Economics

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (22 Feb 2017)

Justice: Implications of Brexit for the Crown Dependencies. 4:00 pm; The Grimond Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: Sir Oliver Heald QC MP, Minister of State for Courts and Justice, Ministry of Justice Elaine Cobb, Head of Crown Dependencies Team, Ministry of Justice

Previous Business – Lords: Select Committee (22 Feb 2017)

EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee: Brexit: agriculture. 10:00 am; Room 4A, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 10:30 AM) Mr Richard Hebditch, External Affairs Director, National Trust Professor Ian Hodge, Department of Land Economy, Cambridge University Mr Tom Lancaster, Agricultural Policy Officer, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill - Second Reading (2nd Day) (Continued) (21 Feb 2017)

Lord Bridges of Headley: ...by your Lordships: the rights of citizens, immigration, Ireland, universities, our nuclear industry, agriculture—I could go on. These are all important issues but we must not confuse the policies that flow from Brexit with the core purpose of this Bill. This Bill’s core purpose, indeed its only purpose, is to start the process of leaving the European Union. This was noted by a...

London Stock Exchange (21 Feb 2017)

Simon Kirby: ...is what the company said, but let me emphasise that we are not complacent about the position of UK financial services companies, and we will continue to ensure that we support and enable their ongoing success. On the implications of Brexit, we are in regular contact with not just the LSE but many financial services firms to understand the implications of Brexit for their varied areas of...

Criminal Finances Bill: Failure to Prevent an Economic Criminal Offence (21 Feb 2017)

Caroline Flint: ...work closely with our overseas territories to help them to diversify their economies away from a unique selling point of secrecy, and that will require a great deal of support. As we look ahead to a global, post-Brexit Britain, let us seek to lead the world rather than just follow. Let us ensure that transparency is increased. Let us ensure a fair playing field for businesses and...

Public Bill Committee: Local Government Finance Bill: Non-domestic rating: exemption for nursery grounds (21 Feb 2017)

Rob Marris: ...years at least, food security in the United Kingdom has been much overlooked. We import an increasing proportion of our food and the strain on our food security may increase or decrease because of Brexit, depending on what we do. The measure proposed by new clause 10 is very helpful in that regard. The Tunnel Tech case, as I understand it, related to the tunnels where mushrooms are...

Public Bill Committee: Local Government Finance Bill: Duty to ensure no loss of funding following withdrawal from the European Union (21 Feb 2017)

Jim McMahon: ...more determination by my nation of the future of my nation,” and “I voted to leave because I want less investment for my community.” We need to be careful. Our challenge to the Government is to prove that their flavour of Brexit is not going to leave our constituents poorer than they were before. The new clause would help to show that they will not necessarily be poorer...

Air Pollution - Question (21 Feb 2017)

Lord Gardiner of Kimble: ...is a more targeted and proportionate approach to dealing with emissions. Moreover, we are pressing on with plans in five cities and we are working with the Mayor of London. On the issue of a post-Brexit regime, all the regulations on this will come into our domestic law. The air quality regulations were made under the European Communities Act and so will be preserved via the great repeal Bill.

Cycling: Women - Question (21 Feb 2017)

Lord Young of Norwood Green: ...of the House I beg leave to move the Question standing in the name of the noble Lord, Lord Berkeley. He has been delayed returning from the Scilly Isles. Some people will do anything to avoid the Brexit debate.

Criminal Finances Bill: Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs: removal of restrictions (21 Feb 2017)

Carolyn Harris: ...legislation to protect both UK citizens and citizens from around the world. With the potential for a race to the bottom and the destruction of workers’ rights and the slashing of corporation tax, it could be argued that a Brexiteer Government would foster an environment where tax evasion was implicitly encouraged. As my colleagues have said, and will no doubt say again, the Bill must...

Public Bill Committee: Local Government Finance Bill: Needs assessment prior to each reset (21 Feb 2017)

Jim McMahon: ...be objectively assessed and challenged by anybody interested, and that the process is one to which people can contribute if they are affected by the decision that will ultimately be taken. That would be a far more forward-thinking way of running Government post-Brexit. When people went to the polling stations and voted to remain or leave, I do not believe for one second they were talking...

Criminal Finances Bill: Unlawful conduct: gross human rights abuses or violations (21 Feb 2017)

Ben Wallace: ...become a matter of public record available to all—that is very important. To reiterate the point about sanctions, the Government are undertaking an assessment of existing sanctions policy post-Brexit to ensure we can continue our proactive approach. It is right that any changes to our sanctions regime are considered in that context, rather than making changes at this point. We will...

European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill - Second Reading (2nd Day) (21 Feb 2017)

the Earl of Sandwich: My Lords, it is a pleasure to follow a friend of over 50 years. Even Brexit will not divide us. The Prime Minister’s foreword to the White Paper says that we are “a great global nation”. Few would quarrel with that. What concerns me today is our responsibility to that globe. Have the Government considered properly the effects of our proposed withdrawal on developing and...


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