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Results 41–48 of 48 for brexit speaker:David Davies

The Secretary of State Was Asked: Leaving the EU (30 Nov 2016)

David Davies: Does my right hon. Friend agree that the people of Wales voted clearly for Brexit and they do not need to be represented by the SNP or the Welsh Assembly Government who are ignoring their views, but will be pleased to have a Conservative Government and an excellent Secretary of State for Wales who will carry out their wishes?

Exiting the European Union: Article 50 (20 Oct 2016)

David Davies: Does my right hon. Friend agree that this Government are absolutely right to deliver the Brexit that 17.2 million people voted for, and to do it in a responsible fashion that allows it to deliver the great deal for Britain that we know it is going to deliver?

Rights of EU Nationals (19 Oct 2016)

David Davies: ...this, and quite right too; there is nothing wrong with that. But what I find concerning is that the hon. and learned Lady and others seem to have tried to make a correlation between hate crime and Brexit, and the clear and worrying implication of what they are doing is to suggest that the 17.2 million people who legitimately voted for Brexit are in some way responsible for hate crimes....

Rights of EU Nationals (19 Oct 2016)

David Davies: ...is absolutely fine. We do recognise the contribution that is being made by EU migrants within the UK, and the Government are doing everything they can to ensure that their rights are respected post-Brexit. The whole point of what the Government are doing at the moment is to say to other EU nations and to the EU itself, “Look, we’ve got 3 million people here. We want to protect their...

Rights of EU Nationals (19 Oct 2016)

David Davies: ...realised that their blinkered view of how people should live their lives was not going to prevail because people do demand freedom. We are not in the business of erecting a wall as a result of Brexit; we are in the business of taking down a wall—a much less violent wall but one that exists around the European Union—going out into the world and giving people the freedom to trade and to...

The BBC and Political Impartiality — [Geraint Davies in the Chair] (14 Sep 2016)

David Davies: ...programme, but many others and many other aspects of the BBC. I took a few examples of this from the website earlier. I do not want to go through all of them, but an article asked, “Was there a Brexit graduate gap?” to try and perhaps suggest that people voting to leave the EU were not intelligent. Another article said, “PM condemns ‘despicable’ post-EU referendum hate crimes”....

International Trade: Trade Barriers: Potential Cost (8 Sep 2016)

David Davies: Do Ministers agree that Britain voted overwhelmingly for Brexit and we should stop listening to the doom-mongers, recognise the democratic will of 17 million people, and all work together to make this the huge success it is going to be?

Wales Bill: Super-majority requirement for certain legislation (5 Jul 2016)

David Davies: ...Switzerland and Norway are Europeans and may be proud to be European? They are just as European as anyone else in Europe, and he would be just as European as a Norwegian or a Swiss person is after Brexit takes place.

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