You can read Robert's speeches and appearances in Parliament below:
The Dublin regulations deal with a situation where, for example, an economic migrant or an asylum seeker who present themselves in the UK
Q I have a question for British in Europe. You talked about inequalities.
Q Is it more likely that EU workers will come and stay?
Q Professor Bell, you referred to the care sector, but another sector that I am sure regularly makes representations to the MAC is the a
Q Finally, do you carry out any analysis of the economic impact of workers who come here, put down their roots, bring up their children
Q So you think that the current scheme should be extended to include EU workers. Can they come under the provisions in the Bill?
Q Many of the concerns about being able to get skilled workers such as engineers were expressed before the current covid crisis.
Q My question is for Richard Burge in particular and concerns international companies in London that might well have existing employees
When the Bill was being formulated and opinion was being sought, the UK jobs market was entirely different from the one we shall see from
Q Thank you for that guidance, Mr Stringer. Of course, EU nationals will be in the same category as non-EU nationals were.