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Data Protection and Digital Information Bill: Part 2 - The Nine Identity Assurance Principles (29 Nov 2023)

David Davis: create a right to offline verification and, in effect, offline identification. We saw earlier this year what can happen when someone is excluded from basic services, with the planned closure of Nigel Farage’s bank account. That case was not related to identification, but it made clear how much of an impact such exclusion can have on someone’s life. Those who cannot or do not wish to...

Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill: New Clause 7 - Repeal of exclusions relating to the European Coal and Steel Community (20 Nov 2023)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: ...diligent, helpful and, as always, courteous. Let me begin by declaring a sort of semi-interest. I do not think it is technically one that the Standards Commissioner would worry about, but Mr Farage and I both appear on a television programme under the auspices of GB News at about the same time of day—I follow him. I have no financial relationship with Mr Farage; we merely appear on GB...

King’s Speech - Debate (5th Day) (14 Nov 2023)

Lord Lebedev: ...of intellectual liberty, because she espouses views about gender that are probably the views of the quiet majority and have been held for centuries. It was shocking that Coutts Bank decided that Nigel Farage was no longer suitable to be a customer, not because he was insolvent but simply because it did not like his views on Brexit. I am aware that these examples may tempt your Lordships...

Breaking Down Barriers to Opportunity ( 8 Nov 2023)

Angela Rayner: ..., the right hon. Member for Witham (Priti Patel), who led the second day of debate on the Queen’s Speech for the Government. This year, she was dancing away through her party’s conference with Nigel Farage—dancing the right away, we might say—but it is the current Home Secretary who is dancing to his tune. This week, she told us her answer to homelessness: “Take away their...

Treasury: Freedom of Speech: Financial Sector ( 5 Sep 2023)

Marco Longhi: ...with me that banks and the corporate world should follow that example and focus their efforts on their core business, rather than play the sinister cancelling agenda of the woke brigade that saw Nigel Farage have his account wrongfully closed?

Written Answers — Treasury: NatWest ( 8 Aug 2023)

Lord Lamont of Lerwick: To ask His Majesty's Government whether, as 38.6% shareholders in NatWest, they will request the company to investigate the briefings provided to the BBC about the alleged financial position of Nigel Farage.

Bank Accounts - Private Notice Question (19 Jul 2023)

Baroness Kramer: the Minister that the issue of PEPs and the issue of people expressing their political views and then being treated badly are in fact entangled one with the other. I am just outraged that Nigel Farage was denied a bank account, but I was also denied a bank account at Chase UK this year because I could not produce physical payslips for my husband, who died 17 years ago. That had to be a...

Prime Minister: Engagements (19 Jul 2023)

David Davis: To bring the Prime Minister back to the question asked, rightly, by my right hon. Friend the Member for North East Somerset (Sir Jacob Rees-Mogg), the opposition politician referred to is Nigel Farage, whose bank account was closed not because he was a PEP—a politically exposed person—or for commercial reasons, but because his views did not align with the values of Coutts bank: thinly...

9. Debate on the Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee Report — Common Frameworks (12 Jul 2023)

Mick Antoniw: 2017 is adhered to by all parties on all occasions. And perhaps in response to the final comments of Peredur and, indeed, Rhys ab Owen, on the EU: perhaps the only thing I can do is to quote Nigel Farage, who said, 'Brexit has failed.' Diolch.

Home Department: Topical Questions ( 3 Jul 2023)

David Davis: Last week, Nigel Farage publicised the cancellation of his bank account under the politically exposed persons regulation, but he is only the latest of a number of people to have had their lives wrecked by that regulation. Recently, Lords in the other place tried to correct the policy, but with only partial success, because, I understand, of pushback from the Home Office and the security...

Scottish Parliament: Brexit (Impact on Scottish Businesses) (24 May 2023)

Marie McNair: Brexit is failing businesses and damaging our economy. Even the old Brexit Party leader, Nigel Farage, has said that it has failed. Does the cabinet secretary share my concern that leaders of the new Brexit party, Keir Starmer and Anas Sarwar, do not even have the courage or vision to abandon Brexit? Given that 70 per cent of Scots think that Brexit is a disaster, they do not even need to...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Connections Framework (23 May 2023)

Christine Grahame: ...will towards Scotland, which can be—and is—translated into economic benefits. That good will extends to our European neighbours—whom, of course, we did not want to leave. Interestingly, even Nigel Farage considers that Brexit has been a failure with no economic benefits. One might add to that the damaging economic consequences.

Prime Minister: Engagements (17 May 2023)

Mhairi Black: ...of it. Just today, the world’s fourth largest car manufacturer said that Brexit was a “threat to our export business and the sustainability of our UK manufacturing operations”. Even Nigel Farage can admit that Brexit has failed, so why can’t the Deputy Prime Minister?

Parliamentary Democracy in the United Kingdom - Question for Short Debate (25 Apr 2023)

Lord Balfe: ultra-left party, as exists in most European countries. The House of Commons would be much stronger if the Green Party had a representation that came somewhere near its votes. I also think that Nigel Farage clearly has a following that is worthy of representation. You cannot talk about the strength of parliamentary democracy when you deny so many people a vote and a say in the way that...

Prime Minister: Engagements ( 8 Mar 2023)

Stephen Flynn: ...morning, this Tory Government said that the number could in fact be billions. That is complete and utter nonsense. May I ask the Prime Minister: from whom are his Government taking inspiration, Nigel Farage or Enoch Powell?

Russia’s Grand Strategy (19 Jan 2023)

Mark Francois: very telling in that respect.”—[Official Report, 6 January 2022; Vol. 706, c. 229-30.] At the time, some commentators laughed at us or derided us at hawks, but in the phrase immortalised by Nigel Farage, “they’re not laughing now.” Barely a fortnight later, Russia invaded Ukraine. Interestingly, especially given that Ukraine abandoned its arsenal of ex-Soviet nuclear weapons...

Lifeboat Services: Search and Rescue — [Philip Davies in the Chair] (10 Jan 2023)

Gavin Newlands: that the coastguard and the RNLI are not put in the position of having each day to save lives in the busiest shipping lane in the world. Some of the rhetoric deployed has been deplorable, and Nigel Farage compared the work of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency and of the RNLI to “a taxi service for illegal trafficking gangs”. On the back of that, the RNLI received the most donations...

Scottish Parliament: National Health Service (22 Nov 2022)

Emma Harper: ...staff from overseas to make Scotland and the NHS their home? Does he share my disappointment that Sir Keir Starmer seems content to use anti-immigration rhetoric that is on a par with that of Nigel Farage?

Western Jet Foil and Manston Asylum Processing Centres - Statement ( 1 Nov 2022)

Lord Foulkes of Cumnock: ...we have had a lot of rhetoric and promises but very little practical action, except for gimmicks such as the flights to Rwanda that have never taken place. Everything seems to be done to appease Nigel Farage and his cohort, unfortunately, and the awful racists who surround him. To ask the Minister a specific question, he said that he could not have anticipated the huge influx of...

Backbench Business: Post-Brexit Fisheries Management — [David Mundell in the Chair] (13 Oct 2022)

Pete Wishart: ..., the Brexiteers offered an elixir that they claimed would cure a condition; in fact, it only ended up making the patient much worse. This Brexit was, in fact, as rotten as the dead fish that Nigel Farage threw into the Thames in his attempt to mislead and enlist an industry and a sector to his particularly malign and malevolent cause, because it was all just rubbish—we know that now....

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