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Upcoming Business – Commons: Main Chamber (27 Apr 2018)

Private Landlords (Registration) Bill - 2nd reading – Phil Wilson. Legislation

Council of Europe — [Stewart Hosie in the Chair] (18 Apr 2018)

Phil Wilson: I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Gedling (Vernon Coaker) on securing the debate. I will not take up much time—I have cut my speech back so that we can get other people in—but I want to make a couple of points. The Russian Federation joined the Council back in 1996, but it does not send a delegation at the moment because of the imposition of sanctions on it over the...

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Regulation (19 Mar 2018)

Phil Wilson: To ask the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, what estimate he has made of the number of new regulatory bodies which will be required once the UK leaves the EU; and what the role of each such body will be.

Point of Order: [Day 1] (14 Mar 2018)

Phil Wilson: I want to raise two areas of European affairs this afternoon. The first is the potential impact of Brexit on the north-east of England. Some 60% of north-east trade is with the EU and 50% of the cars manufactured in the north-east are exported to the EU. Nissan employs about 7,000 people and more than 30,000 jobs through the supply chain. I have never been one to say that, for example, after...

Point of Order: [Day 1] (14 Mar 2018)

Phil Wilson: I thank my hon. Friend and constituency neighbour. She is right. I think there is a shift in opinion now—that Brexit could damage job prospects for tens of thousands of people in the north-east of England. Putin does not want kinetic action with NATO, but he does want us weakened, distracted and inward looking. That is why the warfare that Russia wants to adopt is hybrid. It can be...

Point of Order: [Day 1] (14 Mar 2018)

Phil Wilson: On frictionless trade, will the future be better than what we have now or worse?

Salisbury Incident: Further Update (14 Mar 2018)

Phil Wilson: Our way of life in this country and in the west is based on democracy, human rights and the rule of law—

Salisbury Incident: Further Update (14 Mar 2018)

Phil Wilson: Our way of life in this country and in the west is based on democracy, human rights and the rule of law, and should be defended. That is why the Prime Minister is right to impose sanctions against a state that does not believe in those principles. Will the Prime Minister give a commitment to come back to the House if she feels that there is a need for further consideration of sanctions?

Salisbury Incident (12 Mar 2018)

Phil Wilson: In the light of her comments, which I commend, does the Prime Minister agree that there is no place for hon. Members on either side of the House appearing on Russia Today? It is a propaganda mouthpiece for the Russian state with which no democratic politician should engage, and they should think twice before doing so. We should not be engaging with and giving credibility to such a media outlet.

Community Bank Closures (8 Feb 2018)

Phil Wilson: On a point of order, Madam Deputy Speaker. On 17 January, in moving my ten-minute rule Bill on tightening the regulations on private landlords, I should have declared that my wife owns two houses that she lets out. I regret that oversight, and I take this opportunity to correct the record.

Community Bank Closures (8 Feb 2018)

Phil Wilson: I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Stoke-on-Trent North (Ruth Smeeth) and the hon. Member for Hazel Grove (Mr Wragg) on securing the debate. At the end of June, four bank branches will close in my constituency of Sedgefield. NatWest is closing two branches, one in Ferryhill and one in Newton Aycliffe, Santander is to close its branch in Newton Aycliffe, which is just across the...

Community Bank Closures (8 Feb 2018)

Phil Wilson: The hon. Lady makes a valid point. There has to be a social conscience in banking, and it should not just be for the public sector to sort out. The private sector has to be part of it. We cannot deny the growing trend in banking being done online and by mobile phone and telephone. Barclays pointed out to me that on average its customers use mobile banking more than 28 times a month and visit...

NHS Blood Cancer Care (17 Jan 2018)

Phil Wilson: Order. Before the Minister responds, can I say that I would like to see if we can get the Member who moved the motion in at the end for a winding-up speech?

NHS Blood Cancer Care (17 Jan 2018)

Phil Wilson: Order. This is just an intervention, not a speech.

NHS Blood Cancer Care (17 Jan 2018)

Phil Wilson: Order. I want to bring in the Front-Bench spokespeople at 3.30 pm. That gives us about 30 minutes for Back-Bench speeches. I call Colleen Fletcher.

Private Landlords (Registration) (17 Jan 2018)

Phil Wilson: I beg to move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to require all private landlords in England to be registered; and for connected purposes. Over the years, one of the key issues consistently raised with me by my constituents has been the role played by some private landlords and their tenants in the local community. Let me say up front that the majority of private landlords are...

Taxation (Cross-Border Trade) Bill (8 Jan 2018)

Phil Wilson: Any changes to taxation on cross-border trade between the UK and the European Union after Brexit will inevitably lead to some friction for companies exporting to or importing from the rest of the EU. Whatever scheme is negotiated—if, indeed, any is—it will inevitably lead to greater costs and more bureaucracy. As an EU member state, we are part of the customs union and the common...

Taxation (Cross-Border Trade) Bill (8 Jan 2018)

Phil Wilson: It was also made quite obvious during the referendum campaign that £350 million a week would be spent on the NHS, but I do not think that has come to fruition either.

Russian Interference in Uk Politics (21 Dec 2017)

Phil Wilson: I congratulate the right hon. Member for Carshalton and Wallington (Tom Brake) on securing this important debate. The world is interdependent in a way that it has never been before, and it is understandable that it creates insecurity and uncertainty when once intimate communities now become atomised. People are looking for solace in identity politics, and nationalism becomes the plaything of...


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