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.
See my interview on Newsnight HERE. The discussion starts 30 minutes into the programme.
I spoke in the Chamber today in support of my amendment to the Government's motion on the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement. My amendment focuses on how Parliament can protect workers’ rights, health and safety and environmental standards as we leave the EU.
Caroline Flint has backed a letter to Prime Minister Theresa May seeking Government support to ensure that the UK does not leave the European Union without a deal, and joined a cross party group of MPs who met the Prime Minister in Parliament to discuss how parliament can avoid a No Deal Brexit.
At times of great crises, Parliament often comes together to reflect the nation’s interest.
In 2018, the British people have witnessed bitterness, sniping and endless parliamentary manoeuvring. Hardly parliament at its best.