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Nuclear Energy: Small Modular Reactors - Question (24 Apr 2017)

Lord Fox: ...issues. Can he explain what thoughts and conversations are going on about proliferation and how the UK will continue to pursue non-proliferation issues when we summarily remove ourselves from Euratom?

Brexit: Negotiations - Question (24 Apr 2017)

Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town: ...an election when you were apparently 20 points ahead in the polls?”. However, the Question in front of us is about Europe. We need an exit that assures access to the single market, a continuing relationship with Euratom and the other agencies, and protection of the rights of EU nationals. Some of these might require some involvement with the ECJ. Does the Minister not think that this...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Nuclear Power: Regulation (19 Apr 2017)

Lord Mendelsohn: To ask Her Majesty’s Government, in the light of the decision to withdraw from Euratom, what is their timetable for implementation of alternative arrangements for the regulation of civil nuclear power generation and radioactive waste management in the UK.

Business of the House (30 Mar 2017)

Tom Brake: ..., the reduction in immigration and the cut in VAT on fuel? It would also be able to update us on the increased costs associated with setting up parallel organisations to the European Court of Justice, Euratom and REACH.

Brexit: Triggering Article 50 - Statement (29 Mar 2017)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: .... What is important here is that change is practical, workable and pragmatic and not ideologically driven towards the cliff-edge scenario. I welcome that and thank the noble Baroness and the Prime Minister for their assurances on that point. On Euratom, I understand from the letter that the Government consider that we must come out as part of our EU exit, but given the importance of this...

Article 50 (29 Mar 2017)

Chris Matheson: ...the right-wing ideological Brexiteers on her own Benches. May I ask her about the executive agencies that will need to be established to replace, for example, the European Aviation Safety Agency, Euratom, or Medicines Control? Has she identified how many of those agencies we will need to have up and running in the next 18 months, how much they will cost and whether we have the capacity to...

Magnox: Early Contract Terminations (27 Mar 2017)

Margaret Ferrier: ...project, which comes at great cost to the taxpayer, leaving their case for a nuclear-energy future more threadbare than ever. When we take into account the bizarre and illogical decision to leave Euratom, the trade union Prospect is right to be concerned and to seek reassurances that uncertainty over the future of decommissioning will not lead to a deterioration in standards. What...

Brexit: Environment and Climate Change - Motion to Take Note (23 Mar 2017)

Lord Rees of Ludlow: ...stemming from the EU’s pervasive involvement in high-tech activities that can be handled only on an integrated European level. For instance, there has been a disconcerting realisation that our membership of Euratom would lapse after Brexit, necessitating the hassle of somehow ensuring continuity in its essential activities. Many had thought that our involvement in space activities...

EU Membership: UK Science - Motion to Take Note (23 Mar 2017)

Lord Fox: ...However, we have a very good example of where existing co-operation is already being threatened, which sends out a bad message. I am sure that other noble Lords will have their own examples, but that message and the speed with which we are dealing with the Euratom issue throws the future of Culham into full and stark relief. In the context of seeking future co-operation, will the Minister...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: EURATOM: Membership (21 Mar 2017)

Tom Blenkinsop: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, which nuclear energy stakeholders he consulted on whether the UK should seek to withdraw from the European Atomic Energy Community (a) before and (b) after the publication of the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill 2016-17.

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Low-carbon Economy (14 Mar 2017)

Paul Monaghan: ...by the time it is complete and that Brexit is already pushing up the build costs of these reactors in an environment where the UK Government have unilaterally decided to abandon the protection of Euratom, will you scrap the costly and inefficient nuclear obsession in favour of a low-carbon future?

European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill - Report (Continued) (7 Mar 2017)

Baroness Altmann: ...idea that no deal is better than a bad deal. If we enter negotiations with a view that the EU will not give us a good deal and that we will just have to leave the single market, the customs union, Euratom and so many other fundamental parts of our current economic security, then we must surely ask ourselves whether those negotiators will be sufficiently incentivised to actually get a good...

European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill - Report (7 Mar 2017)

Lord Warner: ..., as well as demands for debates, to deal with the latest set of rumours about a particular sector, industry or agency which may be being transferred back to Europe. The EMA would be a good example and Euratom is another. Therefore, the Government might find that their life was made a bit easier if there was a structured way of reporting back to Parliament about the progress that was...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Euratom (6 Mar 2017)

Baroness Featherstone: To ask Her Majesty’s Government, in the light of the White Paper The United Kingdom’s exit from and new partnership with the European Union, on what basis they intend to withdraw from Euratom; whether they will seek Parliamentary consent; and what assessment they have made of the impact of the withdrawal on the British nuclear industry.

Brexit: Options for Trade (EUC Report) - Motion to Take Note (2 Mar 2017)

Lord Liddle: ...a frighteningly short timetable for issues of huge complexity. If the talks break down, the cost to us will be enormous. There are some sectors where we do not even have the WTO to fall back on. We heard yesterday in the Article 50 debate about Euratom. The nuclear industry is one of the strategic ambitions in our industrial strategy White Paper yet, if we do not reach agreement with the...

European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill - Committee (2nd Day) (1 Mar 2017)

...),(s) European Union Agency for Railways (ERA), (t) European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA),(u) European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), and(v) the (European Atomic Energy Community Treaty) EURATOM agencies.”

European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill - Committee (1st Day) (27 Feb 2017)

Lord Berkeley: ...whether the Government have considered what will happen to these 22 different agencies—there are probably an awful lot more—with a very wide remit. We will be talking about some of them such as Euratom on Wednesday. What do the Government think will happen to these agencies? It would still be possible under certain circumstances for the UK to be represented on some of these...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: EURATOM: Scotland (23 Feb 2017)

Ian Murray: ...and Industrial Strategy, what discussions he has had with the Secretary of State for Scotland and Ministers of the Scottish Government on the effect on Scotland of the UK ceasing to be a member of Euratom.

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

Baroness Andrews: ...outcome. Likewise, the White Paper has no answers as to how the Government will manage the hugely complex task of reconstructing our new relationships, whether that is a new customs union, the future of Euratom or the future of Erasmus. There is nothing about the impacts, the costs, the consequences or the choices that already have been made. There is little clarity, and there is less...

The Secretary of State Was Asked: Topical Questions (21 Feb 2017)

John Woodcock: ...week regarding NuGen will mean that new foreign investment will be required for the Moorside nuclear development. Does this not place a new question mark over the UK’s decision to pull out of Euratom, which will create more instability for the industry?


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