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Agriculture Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 68 (17 Sep 2020)

Baroness Northover: the Government, who need to assess the implications laid out by noble Lords. We are addressing the important issue of the identification and traceability of animals. We have a UK single market, so we will expect animals to be moved around, across the boundaries of our nations and regions. But animal traceability must be clear. Most years, my father would head for the Welsh borders, to...

Agriculture Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 60 (17 Sep 2020)

Lord Bruce of Bennachie: ...conciliatory and can be abrasive. We have legislation coming down the track that is absolutely crucial to the future of the devolution settlement, especially the Trade Bill and the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill, where it would appear that the Government, frankly, are bent on centralising control and weakening the devolution settlement. Given the point about agriculture being so...

Agriculture Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 58 (17 Sep 2020)

Lord Greaves: ...says it is important but nobody does a huge amount about it. How important it is to support local and regional food identities in the production of quality and diverse food. On restricting the marketing, promotion and advertising of less healthy food, I agree with everything that the noble Baroness, Lady Boycott, has said. There has been huge political, economic and commercial pressure in...

Japan Free Trade Agreement - Statement (17 Sep 2020) goes far beyond the EU-Japan deal, banning data localisation and providing for the free flow of data and net neutrality, benefiting our leading tech firms. In services, we have secured improved market access for financial services and better business mobility arrangements for professionals and their families. On food and drink, up to 70 of our brilliant British products can now be...

Brexit: Civil Service Code - Private Notice Question (17 Sep 2020)

Lord True: My Lords, all civil servants are subject to the Civil Service Code in supporting the Government to put forward the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill for debate in Parliament. The previous Cabinet Secretary was clear at the time that civil servants could and should work on the legislation and its passage through Parliament, as set out in the Government’s legal statement.

Taiwan - Question (17 Sep 2020)

Lord Mackenzie of Framwellgate: ...of Taiwan’s airspace by the PRC exemplify the unnecessary weakening of the UK’s authority and soft power brought about by the Government’s cavalier attitude to the admitted breach of international law by their introduction of the internal market Bill, which seeks to alter the provisions of the withdrawal agreement entered into with the European Union and signed by the Prime Minister?

Business of the House (17 Sep 2020)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: The business for next week will include: Monday 21 September—Continuation of consideration in Committee of the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (day 3). Tuesday 22 September—Conclusion of consideration in Committee of the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (day 4). Wednesday 23 September—Second Reading of the Overseas Operations (Service Personnel and Veterans) Bill, followed by...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (17 Sep 2020)

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill

Scottish Parliament: Employment Support (17 Sep 2020)

Willie Rennie: ...idea that the investment made over the past few months should be recovered in a short period of time, inflicting economic pain, is not one that we should pursue. There is significant tolerance in international markets for greater borrowing by Government, because the United Kingdom is seen as a good place to invest. We should use that opportunity to build a new, better, greener economy,...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill: Clause 46 - Power to provide financial assistance for economic development etc (16 Sep 2020)

Chloe Smith: so important, especially in areas where two of our nations come together—and it leaves the competences of our devolved Administrations intact. Above all, the Bill will deliver a thriving UK internal market, underpinned by the strength of the UK Government. It will provide opportunity and prosperity for citizens across this country. I commend clauses 46 and 47 to the House.

Remote Participation in House of Commons Proceedings (Motion) (16 Sep 2020)

Dawn Butler: ...some profess to hold so dear? The right to participate is crucial as the Government embark on a reversal of our devolution settlement, breaching the Good Friday agreement and potentially breaking international law. At home, the Government are creating a divided kingdom. Abroad, they are destroying trust in Britain and our reputation on the international stage. At such an important time,...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (16 Sep 2020)

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill

Written Answers — Department for International Trade: Arms Trade: Saudi Arabia (16 Sep 2020)

Emily Thornberry: To ask the Secretary of State for International Trade, pursuant to the Answer of 1 September to Question 78567 and grouped questions, whether the 10 March 2017 air-strike on a market in Al-Khawkhah was (a) among the 300 incidents analysed by her Department to consider whether or not it constituted a possible breach of international humanitarian law and (b) one of the small number of incidents...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (16 Sep 2020)

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (16 Sep 2020)

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill

Scottish Parliament: Trade Negotiations (16 Sep 2020)

Michael Russell: ...I will. I make those representations all the time and will continue to make them. Without doubt, despite what the UK Conservative Government or the Scottish Conservatives say, the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill is a major threat to devolution, and there is nothing that the Scottish Parliament does that is not threatened by it. It is certainly more than likely that public services such...

Scottish Parliament: Sustainable Aviation beyond Covid-19 (16 Sep 2020)

Patrick Harvie: ..., whatever the cause, and we want to minimise the harm that results. We need to plan properly and use the powerful role of the state to support people and communities, instead of abandoning them to market forces. The urgent need for a just transition plan for aviation should be clear, and that need existed before Covid. There is a tragically long track record of talk about transition, but...

Wales: UK Internal Market (16 Sep 2020)

UK Internal Market

The Prime Minister was asked: Engagements (16 Sep 2020)

Boris Johnson: ...chose decisively to reject that. I think he said it was a once-in-a-generation event as well. They now have the opportunity to vote to support the further devolution of powers in the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill, and I hope that he will join us in the Lobby in support of that.

Agriculture Bill - Report (1st Day): Amendment 28 (15 Sep 2020)

Baroness Jones of Whitchurch: ...progress of the tests and trials before the transition can begin, therefore allowing some parliamentary scrutiny of that process. The noble Lord, Lord Wigley, raises an important point about the internal market within the UK and the dire consequences for all of us if we do not get the balance right and create a level playing field. This is a huge challenge which is not going to be resolved...

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