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With a heavy heart, I beg to move, That new clause 18 be added to the Bill. Question put. The House divided: Ayes 301, Noes 307.
It is a great pleasure to speak on Report and I rise to support new clause 9, amendments 20 and 21 and new clause 18. Let me start briefly with new clause 9. We are leaving the European Union and I accept the result of the referendum, but that referendum did not tell this House and this Parliament how we should do so. That is what Parliament is here to decide and what it is going to do. I...
The right hon. Gentleman has just made the point that 79% of them do, and in business I was always taught the 80/20 rule, which I would advise him to apprise himself of. As I was saying, the White Paper is very similar to the common rulebook, and that I think is appropriate. I will not dally too long on clause 9, but I think that the EEA-EFTA, as an institutional structure, is off the shelf,...
Conservative MP for Wimbledon
Entered the House of Commons on 5 May 2005 — General election
Stephen Hammond campaigned to remain in the European Union Source: BBC
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