People matching economy

Liam Byrne

Labour MP, Birmingham, Hodge Hill , 15 Jul 2004 –

Kirsty Blackman

Scottish National Party MP, Aberdeen North , 8 May 2015 –

Louise Haigh

Labour MP, Sheffield, Heeley , 8 May 2015 –

Baroness Kramer

Liberal Democrat Peer , 10 Jan 2011 –

Stewart Hosie

Scottish National Party MP, Dundee East , 5 May 2005 –

Ed Vaizey

Conservative MP, Wantage , 5 May 2005 –

Adam Price

Former Plaid Cymru MP, Carmarthen East and Dinefwr , 7 Jun 2001 – 12 Apr 2010


Results 1–20 of 72936 for economy

Upcoming Business – Lords: Select Committee (17 Jul 2018)

Rural Economy Committee: Rural Economy. 9:30 am; Room 1, Palace of Westminster

Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (12 Jul 2018)

Effect of the suspension of the Northern Ireland Assembly on the economy of Northern Ireland – Lord Lexden. Oral questions

Upcoming Business – Lords: Select Committee (10 Jul 2018)

Rural Economy Committee: Rural Economy. 9:30 am; Room 1, Palace of Westminster

Upcoming Business – Lords: Select Committee (3 Jul 2018)

Rural Economy Committee: Rural Economy. 9:30 am; Room 1, Palace of Westminster

Upcoming Business – Commons: Westminster Hall (27 Jun 2018)

Future of the Scottish economy – Gerard Killen. Westminster Hall debate; 2:30 pm

Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (25 Jun 2018)

...; Information Sharing Code of Practice: Code of Practice for public authorities disclosing information under Chapters 1, 3 and 4 (Public Service Delivery, Debt and Fraud) of Part 5 of the Digital Economy Act 2017; Research Code of Practice and Draft Accreditation Criteria; Data Sharing Code of Practice: Code of practice for civil registration officials disclosing information under section.... Orders and regulations

Upcoming Business – Commons: General Committee (25 Jun 2018)

...Information Sharing Code of Practice: Code of Practice for public authorities disclosing information under Chapter 1, 3 and 4 (Public Service Delivery, Debt and Fraud) of Part 5 of the Digital Economy Act 2017. 6:00 pm; Room 9, Palace of Westminster

Armed Forces: Reserves - Motion to Take Note (21 Jun 2018)

Lord Mountevans: ...up to the idea that we should not disadvantage those who have served. Firms benefit because reservists gain soft skills, such as leadership, a can-do attitude, responsibility and reliability, but also hard skills of value to the economy and to their businesses: planning, logistics and industrial and other skills which can be as simple as driving. Not only are we very fortunate in this...

Erasmus Plus Programme (21 Jun 2018)

Gordon Marsden: ...nations. The National Union of Students also made the point in its briefing that “the opportunity for transnational education, including… Erasmus+…benefits…students…UK education… local communities and the UK economy.” The Confederation of British Industry has produced clear evidence that the UK workforce requires more graduates with international...

ME: Treatment and Research — [Mr Andrew Rosindell in the Chair] (21 Jun 2018)

Steve Pound: ..., debilitating illness. There is the economic case. In September 2017 the Optimum Health Clinic Foundation produced a detailed breakdown, in which it was calculated that the illness costs the UK economy more than £3 billion a year. That is an argument that can be made, but I would go beyond Gradgrind, and that sort of desiccated, calculating machine politics, to the humanity. I want...

Refugee Family Reunion (21 Jun 2018)

Mike Wood: ...claims are processed quickly, without unnecessary delay. It is not only those claiming asylum who are adversely affected by long delays in processing claims while they are unable to work, because our local economies and local societies similarly miss out because those people’s ability to contribute to those local economies and societies is severely restricted while their claims are...

EU Settlement Scheme - Statement (21 Jun 2018)

Lord Rosser: ...over their position in the country in the light of Brexit has had serious consequences. These have been reflected in a number of ways, including concerns over staffing shortages in key areas of the economy as the enthusiasm of EU citizens for being in this country has diminished. Providing clarity on their future position and rights is in our national interest, as has become all too...

Carers Action Plan 2018-20: Supporting Carers Today - Motion to Take Note (21 Jun 2018)

Baroness Manzoor: ...of disabled older adults receiving informal care in England will increase from around 2.2 million in 2015 to around 3.5 million by 2035. In the UK, this care is worth billions of pounds to the economy each year, as the noble Baroness, Lady Pitkeathley, reminded us. The cross-government Carers Action Plan is an essential step towards realising our commitment to carers, and I am grateful to...

EU Settlement Scheme (21 Jun 2018)

Caroline Nokes: ...access to work, study, benefits and public services that they enjoy now. Close family members living overseas will be able to join them here in future. EU citizens make a huge contribution to our economy and to our way of life. They are our friends, our family and our colleagues, and we want them to stay. I am therefore delighted to be publishing today further details about the EU...

Universal Credit and Welfare Changes (21 Jun 2018)

Esther McVey: ...has come about because the world has significantly changed, even in the past 10 years. Think about technology, automation and people online—the world has changed. We have to deal with the gig economy, with flexible working hours, with part-time and multiple jobs, and with the difference in working life for people who have caring responsibilities for children and adults. That is what...

Business of the House (21 Jun 2018)

Andrea Leadsom: ...net contributions of £8 billion to £10 billion each year, so the truth is that there will be money available for other priorities. The Opposition can say, “Well, that’s all spent because of what happens to the economy,” but that is for another day. What happens to the economy is business as usual. The fact is that money currently paid to the EU will not be in...

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Music Venues (21 Jun 2018)

Margot James: The live music industry is a vital part of the UK’s economy, contributing £1 billion annually. We have announced that the agent of change principle will now be included in the national planning policy framework, helping to protect music venues when new housing is built. We will continue working across Government, and with the industry and the Musicians Union, on a range of measures...

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Topical Questions (21 Jun 2018)

Matthew Hancock: Yes, absolutely. Property rights are the foundation of a market economy and intellectual property rights are the 21st-century version of that. The copyright directive is a good directive. We have to get the details right in its implementation, but it is a good step forward and I look forward to it becoming law.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Heathrow Airport: Construction (21 Jun 2018)

Richard Burden: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what assessment he has made of the effect of the expansion of Heathrow Airport on the (a) economy of (i) the West Midlands, (ii) Birmingham and (b) sustainability of (A) Birmingham Airport and (B) East Midlands Airport.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Heathrow Airport (21 Jun 2018)

Jesse Norman: .... By contrast, the Government is absolutely clear of the effect of not taking forward expansion; doing nothing could cost around £21 - £23 billion to passengers and around £30 - £45 billion to the wider economy over 60 years.


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