Post Tagged with: "Brexit"

Our new deal will get Brexit done and take back control

Why we back Boris’ Brexit Deal

It’s been an extremely difficult 18 months in British politics but the Conservatives have a Brexit deal which will lead to a great future under a majority Conservative government. This leaflet describes Boris’ new Brexit deal, provides a before and after comparison, and includes a letter from me and Mark […]

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15 Brexit negotiating errors Boris must fix

The following is an extract from an article which first appeared in full in the Telegraph online on 27 July 2019 under the headline, “Why I rejected the offer of a Ministerial post in Boris Johnson’s glittering new government”: We urgently need to correct some vital structural problems in our negotiations. […]

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Why I rejected Theresa May’s proposed Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration, and the idea of remaining in a Customs Union

I want your vote to count in how we govern ourselves.  I want MPs in Parliament to be free to decide our own laws and policies, reflecting the priorities of citizens and the best interests of this country.   The Prime Minister’s proposed agreement would not allow this to happen: we […]

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Compromise on Terms of Withdrawal

I remain convinced that only two kinds of exit would be consistent with the vote to leave the EU. Either we should leave with a deal of the kind the EU offered us in March 2018, or we should leave and trade on WTO terms whilst tabling a set of […]

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Party Politics and remaining in the Conservative Party

Some have suggested I leave the Conservative Party to either join another party or establish a new one.  I have no wish to do either and it is not something I am contemplating.  I am a Conservative because I believe the Conservative party, despite all our difficulties, embodies the best […]

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Future Elections and Party Organisation

I have received a wide range of correspondence, covering the full spectrum of opinion from remaining in the EU after all, whether with or without a further referendum, through accepting the Prime Minister’s deal to leaving without a Withdrawal Agreement and trading on WTO terms.  People have said I should […]

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Should We Have a Second Referendum?

In 2016, the British people were asked whether they wanted to remain in the EU or leave the EU and 33.5 million people freely voted for their preferred option.  Before the referendum was held, I said I would honour the result: I believe for democracy to flourish we must give […]

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Why it is to the UK’s advantage to leave the EU

Looking at the state of politics around Europe, I remain convinced it is to the UK’s advantage to leave the EU. The prospects for our nation are good. For all the high ideals towards which the EU seeks to strive, it is in an existential crisis, as Jean Claude Juncker […]

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