You can read Richard's contributions and speeches in Parliament here:
This is an abomination of a Bill.
As a former journalist and broadcaster, I am used to being identified as the source of whatever I wrote, along with my colleagues, but tr
I am grateful to my neighbour for giving way.
Thank you, Mr Speaker. First, I have consistently voted against the withdrawal agreement because it is flawed.
On a point of order, Mr Speaker. As I have advised you, I should be grateful if you would allow me to make a personal statement.
For two years we have heard the opinions of MPs in this place, of whom the majority sadly do not want to leave the EU or want our leaving
My right hon. Friend and this House gave their solemn word to the British people that we would leave the EU on 29 March—on Friday week.
Good faith; best endeavours; trust. May I tell my right hon. and learned Friend that they have run out?