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All 5 results for brexit speaker:Mark Hendrick

Point of Order: [Day 1] (14 Mar 2018)

Mark Hendrick: ...while there are big divisions among their Back Benchers. They have an arrogant disregard for the practical realities they face, particularly with regard to their negotiation stance with the EU27 on Brexit. From “Brexit means Brexit” to “deep and special relationship”, and now “managed divergence”, it is clear that the Prime Minister is trying to find forms of words that will...

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: 2nd Day (11 Sep 2017)

Mark Hendrick: ..., but gives it to a cobbled-together minority Government who thought that they would have a huge majority but have not. That minority Government seek overwhelming power when they are struggling in Brexit negotiations and want to make big changes to European laws that they have been complaining about for decades. The scenario looks likely to be as follows. In 2019, the Government will...

United Kingdom’S Withdrawal from the European Union (29 Mar 2019)

Mark Hendrick: ...has been put forward today would appear to mean that if the motion is passed, it would give the new Conservative Prime Minister a blank cheque to put through what I would regard as a hard-right Brexit deal in the future. We can already see the leadership candidates trying to out-right each other in the run-up to a competition that I believe started from the moment that the Prime Minister...

Leaving the EU: European Union (Withdrawal) Act (14 Jan 2019)

Mark Hendrick: ...the process, when beginning to look at negotiating the withdrawal agreement, that she came forward with the so-called Chequers plan. The plan was clearly meant to strike a balance between what her Brexiteer Back Benchers would accept and what she felt she could successfully negotiate with the European Union. The final outcome clearly satisfies the latter—hence the deal, which has enraged...

Summer Adjournment (25 Jul 2019)

Mark Hendrick: ...’s allowance migrating to universal credit in the city of Preston. To me, this is an indicator of the state of the economy in many parts of the country. London will not be greatly affected by Brexit, but the people of Preston will be very hard hit by it, and the region as a whole will see a reduction of up to 12% in GDP. The less money people have in their pockets because of the...

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