Building Support for Brexit

Today, I’ve written a column for The Daily Telegraph looking ahead to next week when the Prime Minister, Theresa May, will officially trigger Article 50 – on 29 March. In my view, while taking a resolute approach, we also need to listen to reasonable critics, as part of the process of galvanising broader support – […]

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Visit to Esher College

Last Friday, I talked to politics students at Esher College about my role as MP, what it is like to be a government minister and the direction of travel on Brexit. I then answered questions from the enthusiastic students on why I wanted to become an MP, legislation around unions and the refugee situation in […]

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Why did the forecasters get it wrong?

Today, I’ve written a column for The Daily Telegraph after the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development became the latest organisation to U-turn on its predictions of a post-referendum economic shock. The OECD now says that the UK will grow faster in 2016 than any other advanced economy in the world. Why did the forecasters […]

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