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Chuka Umunna Feb 14
BREAKING: our amendment to the PM’s Brexit motion, forcing the Govt to publish cabinet ‘no deal’ briefing documents, HAS just been selected by Mr Speaker and will be voted on at some time from 5pm - the only cross party backbench amendment to be selected
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APPG on EU Relations Feb 14
Important amendment tabled by our co-chairs for debate and to be voted on today. More to follow shortly.
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APPG on EU Relations Feb 13
Our co-chairs & have tabled this important amendment to the PM’s Brexit motion to be debated tomorrow. It would force Ministers to publish the most recent Cabinet briefing on the affects of a ‘no deal’ Brexit on business and trade.
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Anna Soubry MP Jan 30
Delighted to add my name to Bill to enable MPs to debate and vote on all the options including the best option - taking this matter to the people for their
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Chuka Umunna Jan 30
BREAKING: Good news - ’s Ten Minute Rule Bill paving the way for an indicative vote process including a has just passed unopposed to its next stage in the - this could potentially be used to stop ‘no deal’ in the coming weeks /5.
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BBC Newsnight Jan 29
“We’ve had pitiful leadership… people are not putting their country first and foremost… I despair of what is happening to our country” - Conservative MP Anna Soubry tells our political editor Nicholas Watt | |
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Chuka Umunna Jan 29
I am deeply disappointed about the defeat of Grieve and Cooper amendments. A No Deal Brexit would be a disaster for the jobs and livelihoods for people across the UK, and these votes have robbed Parliament of the wide canvass needed to prevent that.
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Sarah Wollaston MP Jan 20
The ‘coup’ narrative in today is nonsense. Commons clerks regularly give scrupulously professional advice to any MPs who ask, on procedure & drafting of motions, amendments & legislation. More worrying is that someone has leaked (or hacked) ISC chair’s emails
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APPG on EU Relations Jan 20
Our co-chair will be on the show on from 9.15am.
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UK House of Commons Jan 15
GOVERNMENT DEFEAT: The House of Commons has rejected the Government's in the . The Commons voted 432 to 202 - a majority of 230.
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Chuka Umunna Jan 15
I understand the reluctance of some colleagues to back a People's Vote so far, but as the EU has said it won't extend Article 50 for more negotiations but will for a democratic vote, it is now the only way to prevent No Deal.
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Chuka Umunna Jan 15
Parliament needs to extend Article 50 to pass the legislation needed before exit day, and the EU will only extend Article 50 for a People's Vote. We must now give the issue back to the people.
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Anna Soubry MP Jan 15
Let’s end the chaos and secure
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Michael Crick Jan 15
Anna Soubry tells C4News she is “quite shocked” by scale of defeat and will support the Government in vote of confidence tomorrow.
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APPG on EU Relations Jan 13
Our co-chair will be talking on at 6.40am and at 7am
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BBC Politics Jan 7
Replying to @bbclaurak @Anna_Soubry
"I do object to being called a Nazi" Protesters confront Conservative MP Anna Soubry on the street after interrupting her live BBC interview by chanting "Nazi" [sound on, tap to expand]
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Anna Soubry MP Jan 7
Apparently MPs & politicians are meant to accept it as part of the democratic process. I fail to see why journalists and technicians should be subjected to the same abuse & intimidation as the police stand by and do nothing. They tried to stop me getting into Parliament.
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BBC Radio 4 Today Jan 5
Ex-Tory chancellor Ken Clarke says the UK should have an "open ended" delay on leaving the EU by revoking the decision to exit and reviving it later. Time is needed to form a consensus on the future relationship with the EU.
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APPG on EU Relations Dec 31
Some New Year thoughts from our Co-chairs &
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Chuka Umunna Dec 16
There are 103 days until our scheduled exit from the EU. The Government should stop delaying and bring the PM's deal to the Commons so that we can get on with considering other options.
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