Canlyniadau 1–20 o 9211 ar gyfer speaker:John Redwood

International Health Regulations (14 Mai 2024)

John Redwood: Will the Minister then publish the amendments that the Government are seeking? He says, rightly, that he needs a very different treaty from the one that we see on offer. He needs to persuade other nations, so he should be making a public case; we would then not be so suspicious. There must be no new legal requirement imposed on the United Kingdom.

Illegal Migration Act: Northern Ireland (14 Mai 2024)

John Redwood: We voted in a referendum to end the rule of EU law throughout the United Kingdom, including Northern Ireland. Given the muddle that the courts are creating, is not the only way out of this an urgent, short piece of legislation that asserts beyond doubt that we control our own borders?

Agriculture (13 Mai 2024)

John Redwood: I am pleased that the Minister and the Prime Minister are keen on promoting more home-grown food. As the transition occurs, what proportion of total subsidies paid will be for promoting food? It still seems to be too small.

Public Procurement (13 Mai 2024)

John Redwood: Is there not also a strong national security argument for procuring all defence items in Britain and creating a more competitive market at home to have honesty on prices?

Public Procurement (13 Mai 2024)

John Redwood: It is difficult to come up with a good system that has the right balance, because the taxpayer’s interest is very much in favour of economies of scale and availability, while the small business struggles to meet the possible volumes of a successful bid for a contract and to satisfy all the criteria that the large company finds easy to manage. I am grateful for the fact that the Minister and...

Public Procurement (13 Mai 2024)

John Redwood: There will be that bias. Sometimes it is right, and it is always understandable, but Ministers and, above all, the senior officials implementing this new policy will have to bear that in mind. They will have to try to correct for the ease of going for a large company solution, where all the boxes will be filled impeccably and all the right things will be ticked, although that can lead to a...

Public Procurement (13 Mai 2024)

John Redwood: I entirely agree. That is where the more transparent and simpler system will be very good, and we should give that a good trial. I am concerned about someone who is genuinely self-employed struggling to prove that they are sufficiently self-employed, and whether the state would want to take less risk on that. Again, I would like the Minister to put a stronger case to the Treasury that,...

Public Procurement (13 Mai 2024)

John Redwood: Does the Minister think the regulations are duly simplified so that it is feasible for the self-employed and very small businesses to have access to contracts? Is there any provision for breaking down contract sizes so that the self-employed and small businesses have more opportunity?

Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 1 - Income tax charge for tax year 2024-25 ( 8 Mai 2024)

John Redwood: Can the hon. Gentleman tell us why Scotland grows less quickly than England, despite having more public spending per head?

Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 1 - Income tax charge for tax year 2024-25 ( 8 Mai 2024)

John Redwood: Were a future Parliament to grant these tax powers to Wales, would the hon. Gentleman think that in order to promote faster growth in Wales he should cut taxes below English rates, or would he put them higher than English rates?

Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 1 - Income tax charge for tax year 2024-25 ( 8 Mai 2024)

John Redwood: I have declared my business interests in the Register of Members’ Financial Interests. I rise to speak in support of tax-cutting proposals. We are not discussing the national insurance reductions in this group of clauses, but both previous speakers have spent some of their time discussing them because they are relevant, as they are the other side of the issues related to the correct levels...

Defence ( 7 Mai 2024)

John Redwood: The Secretary of State is making a good case. Does he agree that, as this extra money is available, we should ensure that more of it is spent on procuring weapons and military requirements here in the United Kingdom, because we cannot be properly defended unless we can make our own military vehicles, our own steel and our own explosives? We are short of capacity.

Defence Personnel Data Breach ( 7 Mai 2024)

John Redwood: Is there any indication of how the thief wanted to use the data, if they have actually got it? Have all the staff been advised to change accounts, passwords and internet access in every way, so that no further harm can occur?

UK Trade Performance ( 1 Mai 2024)

John Redwood: I am grateful for the statement. It is wonderful news on exports; it shows that all the pessimism at the time of the referendum was completely wrong. I fully support the approach of the Secretary of State in delaying the target for battery vehicles, because people are not buying them in enough quantities, but will she add to that by adopting the advice of Stellantis not to fine motor...

Telegraph Media Group Ltd: Acquisition (30 Ebr 2024)

John Redwood: I strongly welcome the Secretary of State’s clear statement of policy that foreign states should not be allowed to take over press and media in this country, which is a welcome development. I hope that in the proposals for amending the law it will be clear that the policy relates not only to Governments but to nationalised industries, public authorities or companies in which states have...

Port Talbot Steelworks (30 Ebr 2024)

John Redwood: When will the Government do something about the very high energy prices in this country, which have been made high by regulations and taxes? Does my right hon. Friend not accept that any kind of steelmaking will be extremely difficult if we have uncompetitive energy, and is it not wrong to import such materials, because it will mean even more carbon dioxide emissions, as well as destroying...

Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill: Clause 1 - Introduction (17 Ebr 2024)

John Redwood: Where would the proposed returns unit send illegals to, and what if the countries concerned did not want to receive them?

Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill: Clause 1 - Introduction (17 Ebr 2024)

John Redwood: Many people share the Government’s ambition to stop the boats. Would these Lords amendments not muddle the legislation in a way that, once again, would leave us open to an unnecessary court challenge? Can he reassure us that, unamended, the Bill will do the job?

National Insurance Contributions (Reduction in Rates) (No.2) Bill (13 Maw 2024)

John Redwood: I have declared my business interests in the Register of Members’ Financial Interests. I welcome the reduction in the tax on jobs. The level of overall taxation in our country is too high. The reason it is so high is primarily the huge expenditure the country, by general agreement, incurred to tackle the covid lockdown. This is why I find the Opposition’s criticism of this Government’s...

National Insurance Contributions (Reduction in Rates) (No.2) Bill (13 Maw 2024)

John Redwood: I largely agree with my right hon. Friend, but if we look at the numbers, I think the fall-off was from 2020 to 2024. Prior to that, with good Conservative policies and lower taxes, we were growing the self-employed army very noticeably, and it was making a very important contribution to general growth and the way all our local communities are serviced. It is so often self-employed people...


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