Canlyniadau 121–140 o 510 ar gyfer speaker:Roger Mullin

Autumn Statement (23 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: Will the Chancellor confirm that the assumption on pages 241 to 248 of the OBR’s “Economic and fiscal outlook” not only means that all forecast numbers will be subject to high margins of error but implies that the Government will fail to achieve single market membership?

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Criminal Finances Bill: Public registers of beneficial ownership of companies registered in Crown dependencies and overseas territories (22 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: The SNP has been very supportive of everything today, but I have to say that for the past year and a half I have been having discussions with the Isle of Man authorities, including with the First Minister there, and I have found them genuinely willing to engage in discussions. I think that the language used about the Isle of Man was unfortunate.

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Criminal Finances Bill: Whistleblowing in relation to failure to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion (22 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: I thank the Minister for his remarks, particularly his conclusion, when he indicated an open mind, as is only to be expected him. However, we remain concerned about culture. He mentioned the role of the FCA. After the comments made last week by the FCA representative, I would have thought that the FCA itself needs a bit of a culture review to see whether it is fit for purpose.

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Criminal Finances Bill: Whistleblowing in relation to failure to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion (22 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: I think the Minister for those remarks and I particularly welcome his remarks about his meeting with the FCA. He is to be commended for that, and we would fully support him. Given his remarks, we will not at this stage push either of the new clauses to a Division, but we will reserve our position and perhaps return to it on Report. I beg to ask leave to withdraw the new clause.

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Criminal Finances Bill: Whistleblowing in relation to failure to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion (22 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: I rise to speak to new clauses 19 and 22, which are on today’s amendment paper for the Committee to scrutinise thanks to the complacent and worrying attitudes of both the FCA and the BBA at last week’s evidence session, when I specifically raised the issues of banking culture and whistleblowing. During the previous exchanges, the Minister indicated the importance of culture, for which I...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Criminal Finances Bill: Review of Scottish Limited Partnership (22 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: I beg to move, That the clause be read a Second time. It is a great pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mrs Main. Before I go into the substance of the new clause, I place on the record our thanks to the Minister for his willingness to discuss the issue with us both before and after Second Reading. Although I am a relatively new Member of Parliament, this is the fifth Bill Committee on...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Criminal Finances Bill: Review of Scottish Limited Partnership (22 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: Yes, this is the gentle dagger. I rehearsed on Second Reading many of the specific instances of abuse using Scottish limited partnerships. I do not intend at this moment to repeat all that, but for the Minister’s benefit, I would like to add to what has already been said. First, we have had further discussions with the Law Society of Scotland and others. They indicate a willingness to...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Criminal Finances Bill: Review of Scottish Limited Partnership (22 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: We are aware of that consultation with a snappy title, and it is our understanding that, appropriately, submissions have to be in by St Andrew’s day— 30 November. We intend to make a submission.

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Criminal Finances Bill: Review of Scottish Limited Partnership (22 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: I thank the Minister for his encouraging response. I beg to ask leave to withdraw the motion.

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: UKRI report: international specialist employees (21 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: I hope not to detain the House for terribly long, but I would like to make several points. The Minister said in relation to our amendment 55, “The Secretary of State would not agree to the varying of money”. That strikes me as the nub of the problem. Although the Minister is someone who I know to be honourable, absolutely committed to the university sector and assiduous in his work—he...

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: UKRI report: international specialist employees (21 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: I thank the hon. Lady for that intervention. I was not aware of that, but she raises a situation where surely it would make sense for there to be co-operation and co-ordination to understand the different economic and medical interests that exist. I appeal to the Government: it is not too late to think and to improve the Bill. I ask the Minister to think about those points again.

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Duty to monitor and report on financial sustainability (21 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: In last week’s Westminster Hall debate, I specifically challenged the Home Office Minister to name any institutions in Scotland that could be said to fall into the behavioural category the right hon. Member for Cities of London and Westminster (Mark Field) suggested, and he said he could not name one.

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Duty to monitor and report on financial sustainability (21 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: Does the hon. Gentleman therefore agree with Professor Jack Dowie’s view that the teaching excellence framework measures what it measures but does not measure the quality of teaching excellence?

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Duty to monitor and report on financial sustainability (21 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: The Minister referred to “an element”. The post-study work visa is not just the subject of “an element” of concern to universities in Scotland; it is of major concern, especially given that what the Home Office has proposed is a tiny and completely unrepresentative pilot. This is a matter of great importance to the university sector.

Parliamentary Constituencies (Amendment) Bill (18 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: Does the hon. Lady believe that for the sake of satisfying an equation it is worth while creating constituencies the size of Cyprus or devastating the boundaries in Northern Ireland?

Petition - Post Office Closure in Tonbridge: Maxwellisation Process (17 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: Am I correct in interpreting the Minister as saying that he does not believe there is a case for setting a time limit for this process? I am sure he is well aware that one of the criticisms of the Chilcot inquiry, and of the HBOS inquiry that I cited earlier, was that people took an interminable amount of time to respond. Surely it would be reasonable to establish a protocol to ensure that...

Petition - Post Office Closure in Tonbridge: Maxwellisation Process (17 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: It is indeed an honour to serve under your chairmanship, Madam Deputy Speaker. One thing I know about your good self is that any interventions or judgments that you make in the course of the debate will be both independent and timeous—matters not unconnected to this debate. I say from the outset that my intention is to raise an important matter for discussion. I do so with humility. I do...

Petition - Post Office Closure in Tonbridge: Maxwellisation Process (17 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: I defer to my hon. Friend, who is a distinguished lawyer trained in both the Scottish and English jurisdictions. I would hesitate to criticise him at all. It strikes me that he is making another intervention on a reasonable point that the Government should consider. I hope that the Minister will respond in the same spirit and let us seek solutions that will allow us to preserve the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Leaving the EU: Passenger Rights (17 Tach 2016)

Roger Mullin: What assessment he has made of the potential effect of the UK leaving the EU on the protection of passenger rights in the UK.


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