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Article for the Mail on Sunday: It is time for Liz Truss to play hardball with Brussels

Next Thursday, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss will sit down to what may be the most important dinner of her life. Seated across the table in her Kentish grace-and-favour home, Chevening House, will be the burly figure of Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič, … read the full article

Daily Post Article

Two weeks ago, I travelled to Belfast with other members of the Commons Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee. One of the purposes of what was literally a flying visit was to assess the local impact of the operation of … read the full article

Daily Post Article: The Northern Ireland Protocol

The time is fast approaching when the Government has to decide what to do about the Northern Ireland Protocol. The Protocol, it will be recalled, is the part of the EU Withdrawal Agreement that was put in place to ensure … read the full article

Daily Post Article

The Northern Ireland Protocol is recognised as the most contentious element of the withdrawal agreement concluded between the United Kingdom and the European Union on the UK’s exit from the Union. It was put in place to ensure that the … read the full article

Daily Post Article

Six months after the end of the implementation period, the UK is adapting remarkably swiftly to life outside the European Union. For example, the Secretary of State for International Trade, Liz Truss, has just concluded the terms of a new … read the full article

Speech – Israel and Palestine Westminster Hall Debate

While, unfortunately, I was not called to speak in the Israel/ Palestine debate earlier today, the following is a copy of the speech I had prepared:   I refer to my declaration in the Register of Members’ interests.   The … read the full article

Politeia Pamphlet – The Constitutional Role of the Judiciary Precedents and Position

I           The Government, the Judges and the UK Constitution The introduction, in the new Parliamentary session, of the Dissolution and Calling of Parliament Bill will be welcomed by all MPs who had to endure the agonies of late 2019, … read the full article

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On 27th April, the European Parliament voted to ratify the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) concluded between the European Commission and the United Kingdom in December last year. The TCA formally came into force on 1st May, cementing the new … read the full article

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It was entirely predictable that there would be some disruption to trade between the United Kingdom and the European Union immediately after the end of the transition period on 31st December last year. A political and economic relationship that had … read the full article

North Wales Weekly News

Easter is a time of rebirth; and not only in the religious sense. All around us are signs of new life: the daffodils that line the verges of our country roads, the lambs frolicking in the fields and the lime-green … read the full article

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