Canlyniadau 101–120 o 1302 ar gyfer speaker:Geoffrey Cox

Written Answers — Treasury: Small Businesses: Coronavirus ( 5 Mai 2020)

Geoffrey Cox: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what steps the Government is taking to support small business owners that receive their income primarily through dividend payments rather than salary.

Written Answers — Attorney General: European Convention on Human Rights (27 Ion 2020)

Geoffrey Cox: The UK will remain party to the ECHR after it has left the EU. The UK has strong human rights protections within a comprehensive and well-established constitutional and legal system and the decision to leave the EU does not change this.

Written Answers — Attorney General: European Court of Justice: Judgements (27 Ion 2020)

Geoffrey Cox: Section 26 of the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Act 2020 provides a power for Ministers to make regulations to determine which Courts may depart from judgments handed down by the Court of Justice of the European Union before the end of the implementation period and in what circumstances. This will ensure UK courts are not inappropriately bound by retained EU case law after the UK has...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Human Rights (20 Ion 2020)

Geoffrey Cox: The United Kingdom has a long tradition of ensuring rights and liberties are protected domestically and of fulfilling its international human rights obligations. The decision to leave the European Union does not change this. We fully intend to maintain our leading role in the promotion and protection of human rights, democracy, and the rule of law.

Attorney General: Leaving the EU: Human Rights (16 Ion 2020)

Geoffrey Cox: The United Kingdom has a long tradition of ensuring that rights and liberties are protected domestically and of fulfilling its international human rights obligations. Our departure from the European Union will not change that.

Attorney General: Leaving the EU: Human Rights (16 Ion 2020)

Geoffrey Cox: I am grateful for this opportunity to reassert the Government’s complete commitment to our membership of and subscription to the European convention on human rights.

Attorney General: Leaving the EU: Human Rights (16 Ion 2020)

Geoffrey Cox: I am most grateful to my hon. Friend and, if I may, I offer him a word of congratulation on his recent knighthood. I am delighted to welcome him in his new incarnation as Sir Bob. My hon. Friend will know I agree with him that, as we leave the European Union, the country and the world should know that this nation stands for liberty, freedom and human rights. One mark of our standing for those...

Attorney General: Leaving the EU: Human Rights (16 Ion 2020)

Geoffrey Cox: It has been an enormous pleasure to appear opposite the hon. Gentleman. He is a distinguished historian, a distinguished politician and an experienced barrister.

Attorney General: Leaving the EU: Human Rights (16 Ion 2020)

Geoffrey Cox: Of course it will. The hon. Member for Torfaen (Nick Thomas-Symonds) knows I will not be drawn into commenting on individual cases, but what I can say is that there are widespread concerns throughout our society and throughout this House as to whether judicial review is sometimes being used in a manner, often through frivolous applications, that needs better focus and care in its procedures...

Attorney General: Leaving the EU: Human Rights (16 Ion 2020)

Geoffrey Cox: There is no question of weakening judicial review. The question is whether we can make it more efficient and streamlined, and more focused on the purpose: holding the Government to account for their administrative decisions. Even the hon. Gentleman will have to accept that some judicial review cases have been brought that should perhaps never have been started—often they are indeed thrown...

Attorney General: Leaving the EU: Human Rights (16 Ion 2020)

Geoffrey Cox: We are not seeking to repeal this; we are simply removing the statutory requirement to negotiate it. The Government wrote in October last year seeking commencement of negotiation on family reunification. The principle is fundamental and one to which the Government are committed: vulnerable, unaccompanied children must be able to reunite with their family members in this country.

Written Answers — Attorney General: Asylum: Children (16 Ion 2020)

Geoffrey Cox: I cannot comment on Cabinet discussions, or on whether or not I have given legal advice. What I can say is that the Government remains fully committed to the principle of family reunion and supporting the most vulnerable children. Clause 37 of the Withdrawal Agreement Bill does not represent a change of government policy in that regard. It simply removes the statutory requirement to negotiate.

Written Answers — Attorney General: Immigration: EU Nationals (16 Ion 2020)

Geoffrey Cox: I regularly meet ministerial colleagues to discuss important issues of common interest, including of course on matters relating to the UK’s exit from the EU. It would be inappropriate for me to comment on the detail of those discussions. The question of the deadline for the EU Settlement Scheme is a matter for the Home Secretary, but I can assure the Member for Edinburgh North and Leith...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Criminal Investigation: Evidence (14 Ion 2020)

Geoffrey Cox: The government is committed to investing in tools and training that can help to mitigate the challenges posed by large volumes of electronic evidence. The CPS provides extensive disclosure training for all prosecutors to ensure they are properly equipped to handle these challenges. The College of Policing figures, published last August, show that over 100,000 police officers and staff across...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Criminal Proceedings: Evidence (14 Ion 2020)

Geoffrey Cox: There has been unprecedented joint commitment and focus from the police and the CPS to finding solutions to the problem of getting the provision of material evidence and disclosure right. Her Majesty’s Crown Prosecution Inspectorate (HMCPSI) recently published a report on disclosure in the Crown Court, which shows that CPS and the police have made improvements in almost all areas. However,...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Attorney General: Honours ( 5 Tach 2019)

Geoffrey Cox: he Government is committed to ensuring that the honours system is fully representative of UK society. The proportion of women and people from ethnic minorities receiving recognition on each honours list is available on GOV.UK as is a breakdown of ethnicities of recipients is published on the Ethnicity Facts and Figures website at https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/honours-recipients-...

Written Answers — Attorney General: GPT Special Project Management ( 4 Tach 2019)

Geoffrey Cox: This case is being investigated by the Serious Fraud Office which investigates and prosecutes allegations of the most serious or complex fraud, bribery and corruption. These allegations are challenging to investigate. Their investigation is handled with great care and this necessarily takes time. This case is particularly complex and the investigation is still ongoing. For this reason, it...

Attorney General: EU (Withdrawal) (No. 2) Act: Implementation ( 3 Hyd 2019)

Geoffrey Cox: I cannot, as the hon. Lady will know, comment on the content of Cabinet discussions, but she will understand that I regularly meet ministerial colleagues to discuss important issues of common interest. It would be inappropriate for me to comment on the detail of those discussions, and I am bound by the convention that neither the fact nor content of Law Officers’ advice is disclosed outside...

Attorney General: EU (Withdrawal) (No. 2) Act: Implementation ( 3 Hyd 2019)

Geoffrey Cox: What I can confirm to the hon. Lady is that the Government will obey the law.

Attorney General: EU (Withdrawal) (No. 2) Act: Implementation ( 3 Hyd 2019)

Geoffrey Cox: If Parliament agrees a deal, having had one brought before this House, that fulfils one of the conditions that means that no extension has to be sought.


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