An amendment tabled by Plaid Cymru, Green, and SNP MPs calls for repeal of the 1972 European Communities Act to only be legal with the consent of the devolved legislatures.
It is highly notable that not a single Labour MP supported this motion! The very party that so ...continue reading
David Davis made a statement yesterday in the House of Commons on the fifth round of negotiations with the European Union. During the debate Bill Cash made the following intervention: ...continue reading
Many amendments to the Great Repeal Bill, proposed by a coalition of Labour, Liberal Democrat, Plaid Cymru and Green MPs, stink of hypocrisy. ...continue reading
Theresa May made a statement yesterday in the House of Commons on the UK Plans for Leaving the EU. During the debate Bill Cash made the following intervention: ...continue reading
Brexit promises to restore confidence in Britain’s unique legal system, strengthen its uniquely flexible and practical nature, and restore the connection between the citizen and legislation. ...continue reading
The MPs started debating the EU (withdrawal) bill on the 7th September. Sir Bill Cash made the following speech and interventions: ...continue reading
Neither the UK nor the European economy are in great health, so it is in the interest of both to achieve a good Brexit. And Britain has some key advantages. ...continue reading
During a Westminster Hall debate on the negotiations on future Euratom membership, Bill Cash made the following speech and interventions:
Sir William Cash (Stone) (Con): Very simply, I congratulate the hon. Member for Ynys Môn (Albert Owen) on introducing the debate, because his attitude was extremely constructive. There are a lot of issues associated with matters of this kind, and it is important for us both to be practical and to stick to the legal position. I very much agree with my right hon. Friend the Member for Clwyd West (Mr. Jones) about the legal position; in fact, it is endorsed exclusively by the European Commission. After the BEIS Committee report, which was published on 2 May, the Commission published a position paper on 22 June stating: ...continue reading
During yesterday's debate on Exiting the European Union and Global Trade, Bill Cash made the following interventions:
The Secretary of State for International Trade and President of the Board of Trade (Dr Liam Fox): I beg to move,
That this House has considered Exiting the European Union and global trade.
This is an important debate, not only because it is our first full debate on global Britain, but because this debate was originally timetabled for the day on which the tragic terrorist attack on Westminster bridge took place. The thoughts of everyone in this House are, as ever, with the families of those who were killed and injured. None of us will ever forget the outstanding bravery of the emergency services and all those who helped to restore law and order, and who work tirelessly to keep us safe at all times. ...continue reading