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  • to join the European Union.

  • Under the Maastricht criteria, the fiscal deficit would have to be 3% or less off GDP.

  • That simply isn't the case.

  • It currently runs it over 7%.

  • So a CZ Things stand at the moment.

  • The economics of pure fantasy.

  • Stevenson Like you, Mr Speaker, the borderlines growth initiative has proved to be very popular in the borderlands region on the initiatives that within it will be implemented the next year or two.

  • Will the Secretary of state commit to the booth?

  • Nothing.

  • My honorable friend won't be surprised.

  • I missed the end of his question.

  • A czar prime minister was cheered, but I think he was asking me to commit to the delivery of the board lands growth deal way Have the quantum Bernard's and very soon we're going to have heads of terms.

  • Barbara Wait, Secretary of State, picked one side is fluffy rhetoric on this.

  • When he's looking at the regional growth steals for Edmund the Lord Ian's Well, he looked at the mess that his government have made over the closure off the HMRC office in Livingston.

  • In the move to Edmund.

  • Well, he does.

  • His predecessor did come to Livingston and Wesleyan.

  • Speak to my constituents, Speak to the worker, Speak to the unions and the elected representatives on Look at what can be done to fill the gap on the mix made by his government.

  • I'm very happy to speak to the honorable lady outside the chamber about her concerns on that.

  • Yes.

  • Speaking on the subject off the quantum for the island steel to which the Secretary of State has already a affair.

  • Well, he confirmed that he will pursue with Treasury.

  • A basis is different from the capital funding off other deals because otherwise the deal for the island will never be a meaningful one.

  • The honorable gentleman raised a very good point.

  • I mean, previous previously these deals have been done on the basis of per capita on way recognized for the islands is accused geographical area per capita will be a different would bring a very low outcome.

  • So we are in discussions with Treasury about raising the way come to question the prime minister 100 lower Mr Spake a question Number one Mr.

  • Speaker Prime Minister, This'll big.

  • I should begin by saying that we have course condemned the attack on Iraqi military bases hosting coalition forces.

  • Iran should not repeat these reckless and dangerous attacks, but was instead pursue urgent de escalation.

  • Mr.

  • Speaker, I know that the thoughts of the house are also with our friends in Australia as they tackle the bushfires as they are with the families of those killed in the Ukrainian air crash.

  • Mr.

  • Speaker, This morning I had meetings with ministerial colleagues and others in addition to my duties in this house.

  • Further meetings later today.

  • Mr.

  • Speaker Motor neurone disease is a terrible terminal illness, with 1/3 of people dying within a year on more than half within two years of diagnosis.

  • The last thing terminally ill people and their families should be worrying about are their finances.

  • The scrap six months campaign by the Motor Neurone Disease Association, which is based in my constituency of Northampton South, has managed to bring the important issue of payments to those with terminal illnesses to the fore, and I welcome that part to work and pensions Review of the Special Rules for Terminal Illness announced last July.

  • But can I ask the prime minister to join me in pressing the d W.

  • P to complete its review and to scrap six months.

  • Well, Mr Speaker, I like to pay tribute to my honorable friend and the work he's doing for those suffering from from motor neurone disease, which is indeed a a terrible illness on dhe.

  • We're doing everything we can to ensure that the welfare system works for sufferers of that illness.

  • And that's why the developer working pensions is is indeed looking at how they can change the way we help people nearing the end of their life with the most severe conditions, including motor neurone disease.

  • And I'm sure that my right front section state for D.

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  • P will be only too happy to meet my old friend.

  • Early meeting is convened Middle position.

  • Jeremy Corbyn Thank you, Mr Speaker.

  • I would like to start by paying tribute to Andrew Miller, the former member for Ellesmere Port in Eston, who said they died on Christmas Eve.

  • He said they lost in this house.

  • He spent over 20 years here, was an expert on science and technology, made an enormous contribution.

  • This house, our thoughts are with his family and his friends, and he's deeply lost more.

  • One on this on this side of the house for the great contribution that he made.

  • I also I joined the prime minister in sending sympathies and support The friends in Australia, where the fires have claimed over 20 people along with the loss of human life for hundreds of millions of animals have also been destroyed as a result of this.

  • This is a warning of what global warming does to all of us, and we've got to take this very, very seriously the threat of climate change.

  • And I joined the prime minister also in thoughts going to the friends and family of those who died savvy in the Ukrainian plane that crashed in Tehran last night.

  • Mr.

  • Speaker, following last night's attack on the United States bases in Iraq, can the prime minister confirm that he opposes any further retaliation or escalation in violence in a situation where the region is in really risk of going into a full scale war?

  • Well, Mr Speaker, of course, I can confirm that and Aiken point out to the right of a general of the United Kingdom's working solidly since the crisis began to bring together, in particular our European allies in their response and the house would have noted the E three declaration that was issued by France, Germany and the United Kingdom, in which we drew particular attention to the baleful role played in the region for a very long time by Qassem Suleimani.

  • That was a collective European view, but of you that doesn't yet appeared to be shared by the right honorable gentleman.

  • I've been interested in his commentary that he hasn't yet raised that matter.

  • Jeremy Corbyn.

  • Think you're following the government's support The United States over the assassination off General Soleimani is the prime minister confidence that United Kingdom troops and civilians are not at further risk in the region and beyond to speak of I can, of course, confirming that's an important question that the AST, far as we can tell them, that the were no casualties last night sustained by the US and no British personnel were injured in the in the attacks on dhe.

  • We are doing everything we can, of course, to protect U K interests in the region.

  • With HNS Defender H.

  • Miss Montrose operating in heart state of readiness to protect shipping in the girlfriend as a house her yesterday from my right or your friend The second state for defense.

  • We've relocated nonessential personnel from Baghdad to Tagi Onda.

  • We will do everything that we can to prevent an escalation.

  • Jeremy Corbyn government has said that it's sympathetic to the assassination of General Schiller.

  • Mani, What evidence has the prime minister got to suggest that this attack on him on his death was not an illegal act by the United States?

  • Well, Mr Speaker, clearly the strict issue of legality is not for the UK to determine since it was not our operation.

  • But I think that most reasonable people would accept that the United States has a right to protect its bases on personnel.

  • Andi, I would remind the house that the individual concerned Cassin Sulamani was not Aeneas was not any responsible for many years, amongst other things, arming the Houthis with missiles with which they attacked innocent civilians arming Hizbollah with missiles which again they used to attack innocent civilians, sustaining the Assad regime in Syria, one of the most brutal and barbaric regimes in the world.

  • And of course, supplying improvised explosive devices to terrorists who are, I'm afraid, killed and maimed British troops.

  • That man had the blood of British troops on his hands.

  • Mr.

  • Speaker, if we stand by international law, as I'm sure the government does on, would want to, then surely killing somebody in a foreign territory is an illegal act and should be condemned as such.

  • If we believe in international law, that should be the solution to the problems in the world on as a permanent and as a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council can as a permanent member off the U.

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  • Security Council.

  • Could the government say what representation have been made to ensure that the Iranian officials that want to attend the Security Council in order to try to bring about a resolution to the very dangerous situation in the region, will be allowed to attend and in the event of the U.

  • S.

  • Administration blocking them?

  • What representation will he personally make to President Trump to make sure the U.

  • N can operate in the way that it should on must be able to operate?

  • I think the right honorable gentleman is probably well aware that thing.

  • The United States has a duty under international law to allow people to visit the U.

  • N and That is indeed the position that the UK supports.

  • Jermichael Iraqi parliament passed a resolution calling for foreign troops to leave their country.

  • Can the prime minister confirm that the British government will respect any decision made by a sovereign parliament in government in Iraq that may make such a request in the future on will respect and we'll respect the sovereignty of Iraq as a nation.

  • Well, Mr Speaker, I I spoke to a CZ the high school.

  • Imagine I've spoken extensively to our friends around the world, including our friends in Baghdad.

  • On promise, I don't know who of course, is like many people in Iraq, has come to rely and depend on the support of coalition forces, not leads from the UK.

  • And as he will know, there is a very significant NATO mission in Iraq at the moment, helping in the fight against diet.

  • And I think it is.

  • It is my wish to wish of this government.

  • I think you should be the wish of this house that we should do everything that we can to support the security on the integrity way.

  • My question wasif the government respect the sovereignty of Iraq, its parliament and its government, and the prime minister did not answer that question.

  • The United States actions have undoubtedly escalated the risk of a dangerous conflict in an already destabilized region, putting civilians, UK troops and nationals at risk on leaving the Iran nuclear deal in danger of being dead in the water.

  • This government's response is not putting the interests of this country first, but instead seems more interested in prioritizing the prime minister's relationship with President Trump over the security off the region and off this country isn't the truth isn't the truth, Mr Speaker, that this prime minister is unable to stand up to President Trump because he's hitched his wagon to a trade deal with the United States on that prioritizes everything else that he ought to be considering.

  • Well, Mr Speak, I was kind of waiting for the little Green Men thing to come out of the end of the trade deal.

  • This is absolute fiction, but what I will say is that the UK will continue to work for de escalation in the region.

  • I think we're having a great deal of success in bringing together a European response on in bridging that the European response without, of course, of our American friends on working both with the Iranians and with the Iraqis to dial this thing done.

  • But he should be in absolutely no doubt that this is of course, the leader of the opposition was famously received £10,000 from Iranian press TV.

  • He should be in absolutely no doubt that we are determined to guarantee with over everything that we can the safety and security of the people of Iraq, where where is he, of course, would disband NATO.

  • And it is this government that will continue to stick up stick up for the people across the Middle East who have suffered, who have suffered at the hands of Qasem Soleimani and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard sports that he has read on whose terrorism he's promoted.

  • I'm very surprised at the end of these exchanges that he has yet to condemn the activities.

  • I think.

  • The last 10 years there have been volumes of reports, independent reviews and recommendations, calling for an end to inappropriate inpatient care for people with learning disabilities or challenging behaviour.

  • In the wake of the Winterbourne View scandal alone, there were seven such reports as we start a new decade with my right honourable friend state How many people are still trapped in inappropriate care settings and instruct the Department of Health Toe Act on those recommendations on the asks of families and campaigners.

  • So these very vulnerable people can get the care they need and deserve, I think my right honorable friend for the passionate campaign that she she wages.

  • I can tell that the number is current number is 2190 which is Peyton the Unacceptable.

  • But it is moving down.

  • My writer friend Health Secretary tells me the number is coming down rapidly.

  • We have we have a pledge to reduce it by 50%.

  • And I'm sure that hey will meet her very shortly in Blackfoot.

  • Thank you, Mr Speaker.

  • Can I welcome you to your place?

  • Wish you all members and staff are to get you And I associate myself with the remarks of the Prime Minister for our friends in Australia In the tragedy of the Ukrainian airline crash and Mr Speaker, we want to see a resumption of democracy in Iraq.

  • We want to see that eternal peace and of course we support all measures to make sure that diplomatic efforts could get us to a better place.

  • Mr.

  • Speaker, Prime minister who should determine the future of Scotland, the prime minister or the people who live in Scotland.

  • Speaking, I think the answer is very clear.

  • It's the people of Scotland voted decisively.

  • Only only four members of the most successful political partnership in history by decisive a majority in a once in a generation choice.

  • Mr.

  • Speaker, this is a boat democracy.

  • 16 people of Scotland 40 to remain in the European Union, yet they're being dragged note of unit against our will by this prime minister.

  • 2019 The people of Scotland elected the majority of SNP MPs.

  • The Westminster.

  • The Scottish National Party won the election on the premise off Scotland's right to choose.

  • It's on future, rejecting the prime minister who lost more than half his seats, and Scotland Mr Speaker today, the Scottish Parliament will decline legislative consent to the Missouri boat were deliberating later today.

  • Why is this conservative government dismissing the will of the people of Scotland, ignore their voicing, disregarding our parliament?

  • Mr.

  • Speaker, I think the real question is, why does the SNP keep going on about breaking up most successful union in history to distract, to distract from their abundant failures in government.

  • In spite of getting an extra nine billion, they getting £9 billion a year from the UK exchequer which, of course, they would lose if they were finishing the breakaway There.

  • They are mismanaging that there are mismanaging their health care on your C, I'm afraid No, it is not the fault of Scottish pupils, but you're seeing Scotland Scottish schools falling behind in any case, to concentrate on what you're doing and stop going on about about breaking up agree.

  • At the heart of our one nation government is our manifesto commitment.

  • A strong society needs strong families After last week's £165 million boost to extend the troubled families program, will Prime Minister outline how the government will additionally, fulfill our manifesto pledge to champion family hopes to, And, I quote from our manifesto, serve vulnerable families with intensive integrated support.

  • They need to care for our Children why I pay tribute to my honorable friend little that she has done to campaign for families, and it was thanks to her.

  • I think that we put family hubs in the manifesto.

  • So be in no doubt that we're working with with local authorities to champion and to deliver family hubs.

  • Thank you.