BBC One London
5 days
The one thing I can guarantee you is that what the Government has promised to the British people cannot happen. Over a slower period of time we will work out our new relationship with the European Union. Theresa May said she will settle divorce arrangements, and pensions, so one, negotiate new trade agreements, new climate change policies and so on, and have all of that ratified within two years, that will not happen so I think there will be a lot of turbulence in the next couple of years.
BBC News 24
10 days
Those are the options at that stage. Those of the options that Scotland will be faced with. It seems bizarre timing because in September 2018 we will know the shape of the deal but it will not have been ratified, that will take six months to ratify the deal and to have a Scottish referendum in the middle of the process of ratifying Brexit to me seems you are confusing the issue.
BBC News 24
10 days
We will not know it is going to be ratified, Parliament could throw a spanner in the works. It surely would be useful to know what the final deal is. At that stage we will know the shape of the deal or it is no deal.
BBC Two England
10 days
It seems bizarre timing because in September 2018 we will know the shape of the deal but it will not have been ratified, that will take six months to ratify the deal and to have a Scottish referendum in the middle of the process of ratifying Brexit to me seems you are confusing the issue.
BBC Two England
10 days
In terms of the timeline we have chosen the EU timeline. Michel Barnier said they would spend 18 months negotiating and six months ratifying. So the shape of Brexit will be known. We will not know it is going to be ratified, Parliament could throw a spanner in the works.
Sky News
10 days
This committee took a very different view. And some incredibly caustic criticism of Charlotte Hogg. Saying that it created a potential conflict of interest and basically, if they had known about it, they would not have ratified it.
BBC Parliament
11 days
So if you want to negotiate the Prime Minister says that as the noble lord has said this evening, in order to negotiate on the particular matter, you have to conduct a separate bilateral negotiation with 27 different countries. And eventually the result of that negotiation has to be ratified by 27 different countries, actually 28 because it is ratified here I hope.
BBC News 24
11 days
We might not. We will because it has to be ratified across the EU, so we will now own the outline of the Brexit talks and that will be a choice for people.
Sky News
12 days
Let's start with the deal or no deal questioning whether there should be a vote. Do you have any hope the amendment will be ratified by the House of Commons? I certainly hope it will, we sent it back to the House of Commons for them to think again and it is absolutely the case that if we crash out of Europe with no deal, it will be a disaster.
BBC News 24
16 days
Thousands of documents have now been released. The authenticity has not been ratified. They see that the CIA have been using the likes of smartphones and televisions to listen to people across the world. He goes on to say that, according to the documents, they were trying to pretend the rear Russian tactics, to continue the operation.
BBC Parliament
17 days
If that did not weaken his Government. Why should this weaken this one. It is koon consistent with the principle under the act, that does require all treaties to be ratified by Parliament. If I might make a little progress, this Government has in the course of this pill made a very large number of concessionles and it women be churlish not to welcome that fact.
BBC Parliament
23 days
BBC News 24
23 days
He has been out of action since January. The Masters is the only golf major he is yet to win. Honestly I have exercises. There was just basically that on repeat the last three or four weeks that is all I have been concentrating on. Budapest City Council has ratified its decision to withdraw its bid to Council has ratified its decision to withdraw its bid to host the summer Olympics and Paralympics in 2024. Opinion of the city appears to have been divided, but a new political movement collecting over a quarter of a million signatures to force a referendum on hosting.
BBC Parliament
a month
Does she agree with members across this House that the convention should be ratified as a priority? He has raised a particularly important subject. It is one that I take particularly seriously. I worked very hard on it as Home Secretary and I continue to do so as Prime Minister.
BBC Parliament
a month
And I would be interested if anyone else in the house present they could come up with any measure that we are prevented from introducing, because we have not yet ratified the convention. In effect, as the previous intervention demonstrated, the government has quite happily been dealing in bringing forward lotsa proposals already.
BBC Parliament
a month
How on earth anybody thinks that just because the Government have ratified the Convention which, quite frankly, most members of the public have never even heard of is going to make one drop of difference to whether or not they go and reported is frankly beyond me. If the issue is whether or not I think people should report domestic violence, then of course yes, they should.
BBC Parliament
a month
Mr Speaker, I put down an number of amendments and new clauses and I think I have got a commitment insofar as one can tell from the Minister that when the convention is ratified it will not be rectified with any reservations and I am grateful to the Minister for that. But I still fear that the impression being given to the world outside is that we will be passing given for it by the Government.
BBC Parliament
a month
It seems to me, Mr Speaker, that we are owed something from the government on that issue because people have been pressing them, the honourable member for ban has been pressing others as well as the government to come up with a list of what is required. Even the honourable lady from Roger in convention ratified, and yet the government seems to be wriggling about when and how it is going to achieve that.
BBC Parliament
a month
We have not heard even at this very late stage anything from the government precisely about what measures need to be brought in in order to satisfy those requirements before the convention can be ratified.
BBC Parliament
a month
Amendment 14 therefore removes this paragraph of clause three one. However, I hope members are reassured to hear that after we ratified, there will be rigorous oversight to ensure we continue to remain compliant with all the measures in the convention. Clause 42 provides that the provisions within the Bill come into force the day after Royal assent.
BBC Parliament
a month
In addition, a selected panel of members may visit the UK to carry out further assessment of the arrangements in place. And I would like to confirm that once we have ratified the convention there will be additional members and it will be possible for UK to have representatives. As you will appreciate, we want to avoid to be getting our existing reporting requirements.
BBC Parliament
a month
BBC Parliament
a month
I appreciate that the machinery of Government can sometimes take time to turn. The other important change to highlight the latest to Government amendment seven - 13 which relates to those parts of the bill is concerned with reporting back to Parliament as we progress towards ratification, once the treaty is ratified the Convention itself commits the UK dues of central reporting requirements.
BBC Parliament
a month
Those of the aims of the convention. The Government is actually saying that we're no longer going to report on any of these things we've implemented them. In effect, it's basically saying once if ratified the Istanbul Convention, job done, we don't need to worry about these things any more.