BBC Parliament
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place online. Indeed, they are unable to monitor sales taking place online. Indeed, they are unable to monitor the trade off-line or provide qualified individuals to assess welfare needs. In line with the stricter licensing regime, they have to be the professionals who are able to adequately determine if a licence should be granted. Unfortunately, at the moment, the local authority officials to inspect places where animals are sold and not necessarily trained specifically in detecting animal welfare issues. Individuals are buying these animals and are not aware that the sellers should be licensed, a very important matter. And if I.
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bring in whole swathes of new legislation. They want to provide some form of consistency when to leave. -- once we leave. This bill, as long as it provides consistency,.
Sky News
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I can confirm that the Great Repeal Bill will provide no future role for the European Court in the interpretation of our and it will not require our courts to seek the approval. However, as long as.
BBC News 24
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of State for Exiting the European Union, David Davis. Brexit Secretary set out the first steps today with the promise of a Great Repeal Bill. We have been clear that we want a smooth and orderly exit and the Great Repeal Bill is integral tool -- integral to that approach. It will provide clarity for businesses.
21stCenturyWire
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They seek to rebrand the savage terrorists as “moderates” and then to eternally provide them with a cover of legitimacy. • They seek to create chaos, sectarianism, and ethnic enclaves that turn the people’s commitment from the homeland to conflicting groups that seek help from foreigners against their own people. • They seek to be branded as “humanitarian” and “protectors” to save the people from (externally engineered) conflict and misery. By imposing economic and armed terrorism on Syrians, by waging a phony war against their own terrorist proxies (including ISIS and al Qaeda), by creating sectarian and ethnic tensions, and by destroying Syria’s infrastructure — including water and electrical infrastructure — the Western, Zionist, and GCC agencies of terrorism seek to be perceived as saviours, humanitarians and protectors, who can then introduce the “free market” of international capital, which will be the coup de grâce to effect the final destruction of the host country.
Politico
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.. whether to go to [AAPC] events in the future.” Conway didnt attend the conference but instead sent in a video accepting the award. Giving the award to Conway was a matter of intense debate among AAPC’s board but they determined that it was unlikely that the Trump campaign would have been successful without Conway and found no evidence she lied in a substantial way to the press during the campaign or committed other violations. AAPC declined to comment. The White House did not provide comment in time for publication.
The Economic Times
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Stamping and tagging of the hand baggage of fliers at seven major airports, including Delhi and Mumbai, will be done away with from April 1, the CISF said today. The other airports which will see the new system of baggage security coming in include the ones in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Cochin and Ahmedabad. "The system of stamping and putting tags on the hand baggage of fliers will be dispensed with from April 1 at seven airports. We have put in place the required security systems that will help us in ushering in this passenger-friendly move," CISF Director General O P Singh told PTI. The move, the CISF chief said, will enhance "passenger experience and provide hassle free security environment to them". The move was earlier announced by the aviation security regulator, the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS), but the Central Industrial Security Force wanted to deploy appropriate security infrastructure before such a regime could be ushered in without any compromise on the security aspect at these sensitive facilities.
Sky News
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MPs from 650 to 600, for a grip. Power grab. I think the number of MPs, it is irrelevant. I would be happy to cut a proportion I would be happy to cut a proportion of ministers, but this is about going from Brussels to rest stuff. -- Westminster. This will be an act of Parliament, and it is an act of Parliament, and it is going to provide home reforms made in future. It is good to require some future act of Parliament, but currently all the regulations that have been scrutiny at all
Sky News
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just remainder south of precisely what the brakes at secretary said. -- Brexit. The great repeal bill will provide no future role for the European Court in the interpretation of our laws and the bill will not.
Sky News
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The great repeal bill will provide no future role for the European Court in the interpretation of our laws and the bill will not oblige our courts to consider cases decided by the European Court of Justice after we have left
DW
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A trip to the barber in Lagos can often end with a power cut instead of a haircut. Now a green energy firm is offering affordable solar panels that will provide stylists with free electricity. For a related story, go to: http://www.dw.com/en/living-planet-kenyans-opt-for-solar/av-37880013
BBC Parliament
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the Secretary of State give an unequivocal undertaking that workers' rights, environmental and is and consumer protections will be in no way changed as a result of this Bill and indeed anything else that is taken? The Prime Minister has already given those undertakings. Can I commend him on his statement and on the White Paper. It is the right approach to provide White Paper. It is the right.
BBC Two England
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It will provide clarity and certainty for businesses, workers and consumers across the United Kingdom on the day we leave the EU. It will mean that as we exit the EU and seek a new comedy and special partnership with the EU, we will be doing.
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delegated legislation. I ask you to provide assurance on these basic principles this sworn in. I ask you to look again at safeguards for the delegations that are propose. As from what is to happen in.
BBC News 24
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in the future by delegated legislation. I ask the Secretary of State to provide assurance on those basic principles this morning. And I ask him to look again at safeguards for the delegated legislation procedures that are proposed. Asked about what is to happen in relation to converting law and domestic law, there have to be clear principles
Politico
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BBC Parliament
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intention is not to fossilise the past decisions of the European Court of Justice. As such we propose the bill will provide that European court caselaw be given the same status in our courts as decisions of our own Supreme Court. The Supreme Court does not frequently depart from its own decisions but it does.
Sky News
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union. This approach maximises legal certainty that the point of departure. As such, we propose the bill will provide that the European court case law be.