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House of Commons - EXTRACT

Thursday 20 October 2016 Meeting started at 9.33am, ended 5.28pm

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Commons

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Commons Chamber

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Main chamber

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  • Oral Questions to the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union

  • Q1. What discussions he has had with the Chancellor of the Exchequer on financial services and negotiations on the UK leaving the EU. (906687)

    Rt Hon Theresa Villiers MP (Chipping Barnet, Conservative)

  • Q2. What assessment he has made of the potential effect on the economy in Wales of the UK leaving the EU. (906688)

    Jonathan Edwards MP (Carmarthen East and Dinefwr, Plaid Cymru)

  • Q3. What progress his Department has made in engaging with businesses on the potential effect on their revenues of the UK leaving the EU. (906689)

    Nigel Mills MP (Amber Valley, Conservative)

  • Q4. What discussions he has had with his Cabinet colleagues on EU regional funding as part of his preparations for negotiations on the UK leaving the EU. (906690)

    Wayne David MP (Caerphilly, Labour)

  • Q5. What rights he plans to secure for UK citizens living in other EU countries; and whether he plans to negotiate a reciprocal agreement with EU partners on the rights of EU citizens living in the UK. (906691)

    Stephen Metcalfe MP (South Basildon and East Thurrock, Conservative)

  • Q6. If he will devolve control over immigration to the Scottish Government as part of his negotiations on the UK leaving the EU. (906692)

    John Nicolson MP (East Dunbartonshire, Scottish National Party)

  • Q7. What discussions he has had with the Mayor of London on protecting London's interests during negotiations on the UK leaving the EU. (906693)

    Wes Streeting MP (Ilford North, Labour)

  • Q8. If he will take steps during negotiations on the UK leaving the EU to ensure continued access to the EU Single Market for goods, people and services. (906695)

    Ms Margaret Ritchie MP (South Down, Social Democratic & Labour Party)

  • Q9. What plans he has for the UK to retain EU environmental regulations after it leaves the EU. (906696)

    Neil Parish MP (Tiverton and Honiton, Conservative)

  • Q10. What progress his Department has made in engaging with the financial services sector on the potential effect on its revenues of the UK leaving the EU. (906697)

    Stephen Hammond MP (Wimbledon, Conservative)

  • Q11. What discussions he has had with Cabinet colleagues on employment and workers' rights deriving from EU legislation and rulings of the European Court of Justice being given domestic effect upon the UK leaving the EU. (906698)

    Angela Smith MP (Penistone and Stocksbridge, Labour)

  • Q12. What rights he plans to secure for UK citizens living in other EU countries; and whether he plans to negotiate a reciprocal agreement with EU partners on the rights of EU citizens living in the UK. (906699)

    Mike Wood MP (Dudley South, Conservative)

  • Q13. Whether it is his policy to allow EU nationals living in the UK to remain after the UK leaves the EU. (906701)

    Peter Grant MP (Glenrothes, Scottish National Party)

  • Q14. What progress his Department has made on engaging with the tourism industry on the potential effect on its revenues of the UK leaving the EU. (906702)

    Nigel Huddleston MP (Mid Worcestershire, Conservative)

  • Q15. Whether he has met with representatives of Scotland's universities to discuss the implications of the UK leaving the EU. (906703)

    Tommy Sheppard MP (Edinburgh East, Scottish National Party)

  • Q16. Whether it is his policy for the UK to retain membership of the EU Single Market. (906704)

    Margaret Ferrier MP (Rutherglen and Hamilton West, Scottish National Party)

  • Q17. What the timetable is for the UK triggering Article 50. (906705)

    David T. C. Davies MP (Monmouth, Conservative)

  • Q18. What steps he is taking to ensure that the Government engages with the international business community during negotiations on the UK leaving the EU. (906707)

    Lucy Frazer MP (South East Cambridgeshire, Conservative)

  • Q19. What discussions he has had with businesses and workers on incorporating EU law into UK law when the UK leaves the EU. (906709)

    Stuart Andrew MP (Pudsey, Conservative)

  • Q20. What recent representations he has received from the farming sector on the UK's policy in its negotiations on the UK leaving the EU. (906711)

    Rt Hon Alistair Burt MP (North East Bedfordshire, Conservative)

  • Topical Questions to the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union

  • Business Statement: Leader of the House

  • Statement: Community pharmacy in 2016-17 and beyond

  • Backbench Business: (i) BHS

  • Backbench Business: (ii) Industrial strategy

  • Adjournment: Southern Rail link to Heathrow

    Seema Malhotra MP (Feltham and Heston, Labour (Co-op))

  • 15:14:01

    Michelle Thomson MP (Edinburgh West, Independent)

  • 15:22:31

    Mr Steve Baker MP (Wycombe, Conservative)