Canlyniadau 1–20 o 3293 ar gyfer speaker:Ian Murray

Constitutional Law (21 Mai 2024)

Ian Murray: The fact that we are considering this statutory instrument on the Floor of the House, when such instruments are normally done in Committee, demonstrates that the Government have absolutely nothing left to bring to the Chamber. In fact, this debate was scheduled for a Committee Room upstairs but was subsequently cancelled and brought to the Floor of the House. It shows that the Government are...

Constitutional Law (21 Mai 2024)

Ian Murray: I could not agree more. If the Prime Minister wishes to go and see His Majesty the King at some point soon, we might get at least one half of those two Governments working together after the general election.

Constitutional Law (21 Mai 2024)

Ian Murray: There are certainly lessons to be learned for the UK: not to have a Tory Government. If we had a Labour Government, things would be in a much better position. I am sure the hon. Gentleman will be encouraging all his constituents to vote Labour at the general election in order to make that change. My fourth question to the Minister is that the fiscal framework of August 2023 suggests that...

Constitutional Law (21 Mai 2024)

Ian Murray: Yes, we will be supporting the statutory instrument, but it is worth putting it into the context of where these borrowing powers will have to be spent and the requirements of that. I know the hon. Gentleman would hardly wish to defend the Scottish Government’s record on spending; Members on the Opposition Benches certainly will not do that. What is happening in Scotland because of having...

Constitutional Law (21 Mai 2024)

Ian Murray: I would commit the Labour Government to the fiscal framework agreement that has already been put in place. It was negotiated and agreed in August 2023, and lays out the fiscal framework for the years ahead. When Labour Members move from the Opposition to the Government Benches come the general election, I am not sure if the hon. Member for Inverclyde (Ronnie Cowan) will be still be in his...

Constitutional Law (21 Mai 2024)

Ian Murray: The conclusion is that all roads must lead to a Labour Government to resolve the issue. That is where we end up. The only response to this crisis from either Government has been to increase taxes. [Interruption.] Those on the Treasury Bench are still chuntering. I wonder whether they can still chunter about where the £46 billion unfunded spending commitments are going to come from. Those on...

Constitutional Law (21 Mai 2024)

Ian Murray: I am happy to give way one last time.

Constitutional Law (21 Mai 2024)

Ian Murray: Mr Deputy Speaker, I am so looking forward to the hon. Gentleman bringing forward yet another financial perspective to what independence would look like, but it would absolutely trash our economy and make what is currently going on look like a picnic in the park. He cannot answer any of the basic questions about how that would work. At the same time as hammering working people in Scotland...

Scotland: Spring Budget 2024 ( 1 Mai 2024)

Ian Murray: On this International Workers’ Day, May Day, Scottish Television journalists are striking for fair pay. I am sure the Secretary of State will join me in insisting that STV gets back around the table with its journalists to thrash out an acceptable deal. Given all the news that is happening this week, we need them back on the television. I too pay tribute to the outgoing First Minister,...

Scotland: Spring Budget 2024 ( 1 Mai 2024)

Ian Murray: This is a £46 billion, unfunded aspiration, and the Secretary of State and the Government will not tell us where they will get the money from. Scotland is trapped between two chaotic and failing Governments; we have had three Prime Ministers, and we will have had three First Ministers, in as many years. All the while, the right hon. Member for Aberdeen South (Stephen Flynn) thinks he is...

Written Answers — Scotland Office: Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill: Scotland (29 Ebr 2024)

Ian Murray: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland, whether he has had discussions with the Lord Advocate on the Scottish Government's proposed amendments to the Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill.

Written Answers — Department for Science, Innovation and Technology: Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products: Scotland (22 Maw 2024)

Ian Murray: To ask the Secretary of State for Science, Innovation and Technology, what steps her Department is taking to help support research into cell and gene therapy in Scotland.

Written Answers — Department for Science, Innovation and Technology: Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products: Scotland (21 Maw 2024)

Ian Murray: To ask the Secretary of State for Science, Innovation and Technology, what steps her Department is taking to increase Scotland’s (a) manufacturing capacity for and (b) delivery of cell and gene therapies.

Written Answers — Scotland Office: Scotland Office: Defamation (13 Maw 2024)

Ian Murray: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland, with reference to paragraphs 7.16 and 7.17 of the Ministerial Code, on how many occasions Ministers in his Department have informed the Law Officers that they are the defendants in a libel action in (a) their personal capacity, (b) their official position and (c) both since 19 December 2019.

Written Answers — Treasury: Public Expenditure: Scotland (12 Maw 2024)

Ian Murray: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, with reference to the Spring Budget 2024, HC 560, if he will publish a detailed breakdown of the Barnett consequential for Scotland.

Scotland: Cost of Living ( 6 Maw 2024)

Ian Murray: Regardless of what the Chancellor announces today, we are in the highest tax-raising Parliament in history, which is a consequence of the Minister’s Government’s failure over 14 years. Ordinary hard-working Scots did not cause this economic crisis—the Government did—but they are being made to pay for it. There have been 25 Tory tax rises since the last election, and the average family...

Scotland: Cost of Living ( 6 Maw 2024)

Ian Murray: Regardless of what the Chancellor says today, working people will still be paying a much higher tax burden at the end of this Parliament, and it will reach record levels. Shockingly, the tax burden in Scotland is even higher. Anyone in Scotland earning more than £29,000 a year will pay more income tax after the SNP voted for yet another tax rise on working people. That means we are in the...

Written Answers — Treasury: Apprentices: Taxation (31 Ion 2024)

Ian Murray: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what estimate he has made of the total revenue raised via the apprenticeship levy from businesses in Scotland for each of the last five years.

Scotland: Scottish Economy (24 Ion 2024)

Ian Murray: I join the Minister in passing on our condolences to the Secretary of State and his family on their bereavement. I also wish everyone a happy Burns day for tomorrow. I thank the wonderful Ayrshire musicians in the Public Gallery, who treated us to some entertainment last night. Since the Government have been in power, working people have paid on average 10p on the pound more in tax. The...

Scotland: Scottish Economy (24 Ion 2024)

Ian Murray: The Minister seems to think that having your pocket picked for £10 and getting £2 back is something to be grateful for. The fact is that working people all across the country, including in Scotland, are paying for the Tories’ crashing of the economy. We know that the Barnett formula results in an additional £19 billion of public spending in Scotland’s economy, but last week The...


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