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W2W - Europe's integrity threatened by uncontrolled immigration

WHILE the EU pushes for ‘ever closer union’, uncontrolled immigration alone is threatening to bring the whole edifice down.

Anti-immigration parties – from both right and left – have been swept to power in Hungary, Austria and Italy.

Diary - farming update

Into the office early for a series of meetings. Today my friend and colleague Neil Parish MP was due to speak to my farming group at Furzebrook Village Hall and we were all looking forward to that. Neil sat on the Efra Select Committee with me during our first term in Parliament in 2010.

Diary - another step to once again be in charge of our destiny

It was always going to be an interesting day, and so it proved. It began with a run and then into the House. I attended a meeting of the Whips at 1015, to hear the running order for the day. Into the Chamber at about 1140 for PMQs.

Speech - General Debate on NATO

It is a pleasure to take part in the debate this afternoon. May I just clear up one point on my use of the word “flaw” at the start of the debate, which my great friend, my right hon. Friend the Member for Newbury (Richard Benyon), picked me up on a moment ago?

Diary - don't legalise cannabis for recreational use

A day of meetings. Began with a run and ended with supper with my youngest son. Routine matters in the morning and then I dropped down to the Chamber to listen to the Home Secretary make a Statement on cannabis.

W2W - a solution to North Korea, or not?

GIVE President Trump his due, he has achieved more on the Korean peninsula than any other world leader has ever done.

Predictably, the jeering has been deafening from all sides.