Read my latest article on Brexit, keeping my election promises, and why extreme views for and against Brexit don't help.
My vote is not for sale. It never was. But Doncaster firms need certainty.
“Hold the front page!” Labour MPs argue for more cash for working class communities.”
Claims that Government are buying votes over Brexit with MPs like me is simply wrong.
No one in Government has offered me money, personally, or for my constituency.
In the key Commons Brexit votes on Tuesday, Caroline Flint honoured her election pledges to oppose meaningless delay to the UK leaving the European Union.
Ms Flint voted for the Labour Jeremy Corbyn amendment, which reflected Labour policy, and backed the Dromey/Spellman amendment which signalled parliament’s preference for the UK to avoid leaving without a deal.
Read my article about why MPs should focus on securing a deal - not delaying our departure from the European Union.
It's now 946 days since the UK voted to leave the EU in the referendum, 723 days since Parliament overwhelmingly voted to trigger Article 50, and 596 days since both Labour and the Conservatives pledged to honour the referendum outcome at the general election. You would think all those decisions meant no MP could countenance Remain as a viable option. How wrong you would be.
Read my Guardian Article HERE.