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Upcoming Business – Lords: Select Committee (13 Oct 2016)

EU External Affairs Sub-Committee: Brexit: future trade between the UK and the EU. 2:15 pm; Room 4A, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: ...Mark Price CVO, Minister of State for Trade Policy, Department for International Trade Lord James Bridges of Headley MBE, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Department for Exiting the European Union

Upcoming Business – Lords: Select Committee (13 Oct 2016)

EU Internal Market Sub-Committee: Brexit: future trade between the UK and the EU. 2:15 pm; Room 4A, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 2:30 PM) Lord James Bridges of Headley MBE, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Department for Exiting the European Union Lord Mark Price CVO, Minister of State for Trade Policy, Department for International Development

Upcoming Business – Lords: Select Committee (11 Oct 2016)

European Union Committee: Brexit: UK-Irish Relations. 4:00 pm; Room 3, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 4:05 PM) Mr James Brokenshire MP, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Mr Robin Walker MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Department for Exiting the European Union

Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (10 Oct 2016)

Strengthening provisions in the Investigatory Powers Bill to increase the protection of data relating to trade union and political activities – Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb. Oral questions; 2:30 pm

Scottish Parliament: Hate Crime (29 Sep 2016)

Annabelle Ewing: ...order to provide the most effective and robust response to safeguard victims and community groups. It has not seen a significant increase in the level of reports being received since the European Union referendum in June. We encourage anyone who believes that they may have been a victim of hate crime to report it to the police, either directly or through their network of third-party...

Scottish Parliament: Air Quality (Aberdeen) (29 Sep 2016)

Liam Kerr: In January, Market Street, Union Street and Wellington Road in Aberdeen all failed to comply with the Scottish standards for air quality. In that month, the Scottish Government said that there was still much to be done to deliver benefits for human and environmental health where areas of poor quality remain, but to date there have been no Scottish Government-led initiatives in Aberdeen this...

Scottish Parliament: Brexit (Reciprocal Healthcare Arrangements) (29 Sep 2016)

Nicola Sturgeon: We understand the importance of European Union healthcare arrangements that allow Scots to receive necessary healthcare using the European health insurance card in the event of illness and accident while travelling in the European economic area. We also recognise the considerable benefits of being able to travel in the EEA for planned treatment under the S2 scheme and of our state pensioners...

Scottish Parliament: Early Learning and Childcare Provision (29 Sep 2016)

Monica Lennon: ...a transformation of the childcare system, the expansion of free entitlement to childcare needs to fit around the daily lives of parents. I would like to draw particular attention to a recent report that was published by the National Union of Students Scotland, which collated the childcare experiences of student parents, who we have not heard much about today. The findings showed that the...

Student Support (European Union) (28 Sep 2016)

Student Support (European Union)

Scottish Parliament: Brexit (College Sector Implications) (28 Sep 2016)

Shirley-Anne Somerville: The Scottish Government is determined to protect our place in Europe and will explore all options to do so. The United Kingdom vote to leave the European Union presents a period of uncertainty for our education sector, including our colleges. The Scottish Further and Higher Education Funding Council and other partner bodies such as Skills Development Scotland are working to establish the...

Scottish Parliament: Residential Road Safety (28 Sep 2016)

Clare Adamson: ..., we have come a long way. The problem is not, of course, unique to Scotland. I draw members’ attention to project EDWARD—or European day without a road death—which was introduced across the European Union to challenge driver behaviour and get people to look at the consequences of their behaviour and how it might needlessly cause a devastating accident. About eight years...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Flags: South Belfast (27 Sep 2016)

Doug Beattie: ...has become part of our psyche in many ways. Certainly, when I was growing up, flags were always flying in some shape or form, normally on a house, and that has transitioned onto lamp posts. As a unionist, I really do not mind if people use the Union flag or the Ulster flag or the Irish tricolour or the provincial Ulster flag as something that identifies them with their identity, culture...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Finance: Brexit: OFMDFM Paper (27 Sep 2016)

Sandra Overend: T2. Mrs Overend asked the Minister of Finance whether he has seen the paper that was produced in May 2015 by the European policy and coordination unit in the Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister, entitled ‘Preliminary Analysis on the Impact of a UK Referendum on its Membership of the European Union’. (AQT 247/16-21)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Finance: Brexit: OFMDFM Paper (27 Sep 2016)

Sinead Bradley: T7. Ms S Bradley asked the Minister of Finance, in the interests of clarity, while giving him a third opportunity to answer such a question, whether he did or did not have knowledge of the ‘Preliminary Analysis on the Impact of a UK Referendum on its Membership of the European Union’ paper. (AQT 252/16-21)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Assembly Business (27 Sep 2016)

Mike Nesbitt: ..., compiled by officials of the former Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister, entitled 'Preliminary Analysis on the Impact of a UK Referendum on its Membership of the European Union'. Mr Speaker, perhaps you will further consider whether the non-publication of this document represented a breach of the ministerial code on openness, which states that information should be...

Scottish Parliament: National Health Service (Staff Concerns) (27 Sep 2016)

Shona Robison: ...was a frank interview. He said that we have a number of mechanisms in place, including the alert line, and very clear policies at a local level that have been worked up in partnership with the unions and which provide a range of ways in which staff can give their views. Obviously, that may sometimes involve issues with a line manager, so there are procedures in place that enable staff to...

Rural Economy (European Union Referendum) (27 Sep 2016)

Rural Economy (European Union Referendum)

Scottish Parliament: Feminine Hygiene Products (27 Sep 2016)

Annie Wells: ...to see the United Kingdom Government acting decisively to rid sanitary products of their 5 per cent VAT rate. In March, UK Government leaders spurred on the debate that led to all 28 European Union leaders agreeing that individual states should have the option of removing tax from sanitary products. Although some have accused the Government of going silent on the issue, I would like to...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Opposition Business: State Pension: Impact of Changes on Women (26 Sep 2016)

Christopher Stalford: ...grateful to the Minister for giving way. Can the Minister confirm for the House that the genesis for the pension changes came about in 1995 as a result of a directive emanating from the European Union?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Opposition Business: Rural Bank Closures (26 Sep 2016)

Simon Hamilton: ...that, when the policy was introduced, there were 37 ATMs in rural areas, and today, as a result of the policy, the number of eligible ATMs has increased to 82. That is a success story that the Executive have delivered. The credit union network can also help to support the rural community. According to the Irish League of Credit Unions, membership has doubled in the past 10 years. Whilst...


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