Late last night I spoke in the House to explain my vote against the EU Withdrawal Bill. That does NOT mean I voted against Brexit. The government is using the Bill to give themselves an unlimited power to change legislation without a vote in Parliament. That is why I voted against the Bill as I am so concerned what the Government will do to ordinary people if they have no opposition. Many MPs from all parties share my concern and I will now work with them to seek to amend the Bill so it focuses properly on the measures we need to transpose EU law.
- Great debates on finance and the EU
- Standing up for Shire Hill Hospital