To develop links between parliamentarians in this country and in Catalonia. To keep Members of Parliament abreast of the ongoing events and debates about Catalan self-determination and to help ensure that debate is carried out in the most democratic way.
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1. Imprisonment of Catalan Leaders
15/10/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: but the position of Her Majesty’s Government on Catalonia is clear: it is a matter for Spain. The United - Speech Link
2: respectful process of dialogue with the Government of Catalonia? Will the Secretary of State commit to pressing - Speech Link
3: which was agreed by Spain—including the people of Catalonia—in 1978, makes it quite clear that it is not legally - Speech Link
02/11/2017 - Commons Chamber
1: Spanish unity preserved.The situation in Catalonia is an internal matter for Spain and its people - Speech Link
2: to act in two ways: to call on the parties in Catalonia to enter into talks and to offer their good offices - Speech Link
3: On the comparison between Scotland and Catalonia, no two situations are alike, and each needs to - Speech Link
3. Catalan Independence Referendum
10/10/2017 - Westminster Hall
1: parliamentary group on Catalonia and as someone who observed the referendum in Catalonia last Sunday. I was - Speech Link
2: remarked to me that had events such as those in Catalonia occurred further away—perhaps not in an EU member - Speech Link
3: agreeing without resorting to violence? Given that Catalonia has submitted 19 formal requests to the Spanish - Speech Link
4. Points of Order
11/07/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: members of the all-party parliamentary group on Catalonia.Reference is made to meetings of the APPG - Speech Link
2: Chamber this morning for matters that occur in Catalonia, but I take very seriously the points the hon - Speech Link
3: elected Members of the European Parliament from Catalonia, as reported in The Guardian? I am sure that the - Speech Link
5. Oral Answers to Questions
21/11/2017 - Commons Chamber
1: House is united in our concern about events in Catalonia and how this has been handled over recent weeks - Speech Link
2: and the Government of the UK. The referendum in Catalonia was not legal in that way. We fully support Spain - Speech Link
3: Scottish referendum being a legal referendum, but Catalonia has had no legal routes from which to have a referendum - Speech Link
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Hywel Williams MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 8150.
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Chris Bambery, Office of Hywel Williams MP, House of Commons, London SW1A 2JF. Tel: 07986 085162
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