Monthly Archives: June 2016

Britain leaves! What now?

Hi all, First those of us who opposed Leave need to acknowledge the democratic verdict – in Broxtowe against the recommendations from both Anna Soubry and me, and in Britain against the recommendations from nearly the whole of the political … Continue reading

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Jo Cox

Just a few words on Jo Cox’s murder – others more eloquent than me have already said more. I didn’t know her, but she was clearly a quite outstanding woman, who defended refugees despite the unpopularity of the cause and … Continue reading

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Debate tonight

Hi all, I’ve been asked to mention two other events. One is a cross-party debate on the EU tonight (Thursday June 2) with John Hess in the chair at the Pearson centre: Douglas Carswell MP (UKIP) and Nigel Baxter for … Continue reading

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Labour in Europe meeting / making sure you’re registered!

Hi all, With arguably the most important decision of our generation coming up, I’m pleased to have been invited to speak at a meeting of Labour’s campaign to stay in the EU. This will be on Thursday June 9, at … Continue reading

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