Here you can keep up-to-date with all my latest work related to the UK's exit from the European Union, including opinion pieces in national newspapers, update articles in local newspapers and speeches and questions in the House of Commons.
This week, the House of Commons voted on Second Reading of the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill – the Bill that delivers the first step of our promise to respect the result of last year’s EU referendum, and end the authority of EU laws in the UK.
I was recently asked by the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Best Brexit to give evidence to a committee hearing on what migration system we should adopt for European Union nationals, after we've left the EU.
Parliament, always a place where history is made, is taking epoch defining decisions this month. During its first few days last week, the Commons took an important first vote on an historic piece of legislation, the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill, that will allow the Prime Mini
Since the referendum on 23rd June, there has been much debate across the country about what post-Brexit Britain will look like. In Parliament, we have had a number of debates, asked many questions and listened to many statements on the issue.
In yesterday’s statement by the Rt Hon David Davis MP, Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, I spoke about the need to ensure that the clear will of the British people – as expressed in the EU referendum - is implemented, and that we leave the European Union.
Last weekend I appeared on the panel for Westminster Hour on BBC Radio 4, with Baroness Smith of Basildon (Labour’s leader in the House of Lords), Sir Christopher Meyer (former UK ambassador to Washington) and Heather Stewart (Political Editor of the Guardian).