Yesterday John Redwood MP organised a debate, in Westminster Hall, on the Euro Area and further Euro integration. Bill Cash made the following speech and interventions: ...continue reading

The House of Commons debated yesterday the European Union (Finance) Bill. During the debate Bill Cash made the following interventions: ...continue reading

Yesterday, the House of Commons continued to debate the EU Referendum Bill. Bill Cash made the following intervention:

Sir William Cash (Stone) (Con): With great respect, may I be ingenious for one moment, as I wish to put amendment 8 on the record? The amendment is supported by the Electoral Commission. Given the time that is available, I just want to say that the Electoral Commission supports the proposal, which is that the detailed regulations required to administer and regulate the referendum

“must be made and come into force not less than six months before the start of the referendum period.”

We do not propose pressing the amendment to a vote, but we would like to return to it on Report. I know that the Minister understands it, and that the Electoral Commission supports it. ...continue reading

The House of Commons considered the European Union Referendum Bill in a Committee of the whole House yesterday. During the first day of the committee stage, Bill Cash made the following speech and interventions:

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There has been wide media coverage of Bill Cash, and other 17 MPs, proposed amendment to the European Union Referendum Bill, which would ensure the impartiality of broadcasters during the referendum campaign and it would create a “referendum broadcasting adjudicator”.

Bill Cash was quoted by The Daily Telegraph as saying:

“It is clear that there are reservations in the way that the Government is trying to condition the advantages for the ‘yes’ vote

“The amendments deal with purdah and the question of the manner in which the Government is trying to achieve the timing and the BBC, which the European scrutiny committee this year issued a severe criticism of its pro-European bias.”

The Guardian and The Financial Times also covered it.