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Results 21–25 of 25 for brexit speaker:Richard Graham

Summer Adjournment (20 Jul 2017)

Richard Graham: ...the value of resilience; the power of communities; and the importance of everyone pulling together in a crisis. That is relevant to us all here, as parties, as constituencies and as a country. The Brexit negotiations are different from the Gloucestershire floods or the Grenfell Tower inferno, but for them and for all other crises we still need resilience, leadership and shared purpose, in...

European Council 2016 (19 Dec 2016)

Richard Graham: ...us to focus on the key ingredients of success. Does she agree that her pragmatic focus on outcomes is much more likely to unify the country than some political parties’ determination to define Brexit as a boiled egg, whether soft or hard?

Nissan: Sunderland (31 Oct 2016)

Richard Graham: ...down, we should be celebrating the recent inward investment successes, not least from the far east, which demonstrate that the Government are living up to their commitment to making a success of Brexit?

Backbench Business: Summer Adjournment (21 Jul 2016)

Richard Graham: ...have passed in the last month—indeed, so much has happened since the ghastly murder of Jo Cox that it seems a long while ago, although in reality it was a very recent tragedy—and at a time when Brexit and the how, when and in what way we leave the European Union seem to be the dominant theme of so much media focus, I want to concentrate on issues over which we have always had complete...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: EU Referendum (12 Apr 2016)

Richard Graham: ...some £2 billion a year, and talks with Indonesia and the Philippines start soon. Will my right hon. Friend explain whether we would easily be able to replicate those 53 agreements in the case of Brexit and how long that would take?

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