The Government should walk away from the Article 50 negotiations and leave the EU immediately with no deal. The EU looks set to offer us a punishment deal out of spite. Why wait another 18 months when we could leave right away and fully take back control of our country, lawmaking powers and borders?
1. 19 Dec 2018 - The progress of the UK’s negotiations on EU withdrawal - oral evidence
20/12/2018 - Inquiry: The progress of the UK’s negotiations on EU withdrawal - None
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Found: Oral evidence - The progress of the UK’s negotiations on EU withdrawal - 19 Dec 2018 Exiting the European
2. 20 Dec 2017 - The progress of the UK’s negotiations on EU withdrawal - oral evidence
22/12/2017 - Inquiry: The progress of the UK’s negotiations on EU withdrawal - None
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Found: Oral evidence - The progress of the UK’s negotiations on EU withdrawal - 20 Dec 2017 Exiting the European
3. E-petitions 229963, 221747 and 235185, relating to leaving the EU without a withdrawal agreement, 232984 and 241361 relating to holding a further referendum on leaving the EU, and 226509 and 236261 relating to not leaving the EU
10/01/2019 - Parliamentary Research
Found: referendum? 8 1.3 Stopping Brexit by Revoking Article 50 13 2. E-petitions 15 3. Press articles 16 4.
4. 10 Jul 2019 - The progress of the UK’s negotiations on EU withdrawal - oral evidence
11/07/2019 - Inquiry: The progress of the UK’s negotiations on EU withdrawal - None
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Found: Oral evidence - The progress of the UK’s negotiations on EU withdrawal - 10 Jul 2019Committee on Exiting
5. Fisheries and Brexit
05/09/2019 - Parliamentary Research
Found: Agreement 4. Fisheries in a future trade deal 5. Fisheries and No Deal 2 Fisheries and Brexit Contents Summary
1. Leaving the European Union
22/01/2018 - Westminster Hall
1: states:“Leave the EU immediatelyThe Government should walk away from the Article 50 negotiations - Speech Link
2. Brexit: Negotiations
20/11/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: Lordships please to observe the speaking limit for Back-Benchers of four minutes. If the Clock shows four - Speech Link
2: Lady Goldie.My Lords, as the Prime Minister set out in her Statement last week, we have now agreed - Speech Link
3. Next Steps in Leaving the European Union
10/10/2016 - Commons Chamber
1: European Union.The mandate for Britain to leave the European Union is clear, overwhelming and unarguable - Speech Link
02/10/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: withdrawal from the EU—which will take place on 31 October, with or without a deal. Of course, this House - Speech Link
2: consent and respect for minority rights. Removing control of areas of the commercial and economic life of - Speech Link
5. European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 5) Bill
04/04/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: there is an external timetable, which we do not control, in the European Union.Our role is not to - Speech Link
2: they are not equal. That is the central message I leave. The role of the Lords is to scrutinise and sometimes - Speech Link
6. Brexit: Preparations and Negotiations
23/07/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: this House takes note of the preparations and negotiations connected with the United Kingdom’s departure - Speech Link
2: impetus to these negotiations.Last month we published a joint statement that set out the substantial - Speech Link
3: Secretary of State will be making an Oral Statement in another place tomorrow. I do not know whether we have an - Speech Link
7. Further Discussions with the European Union under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union
27/02/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: Union under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union. Those further discussions were set out in detail - Speech Link
8. EU: Transition Deal
19/10/2017 - Lords Chamber
1: my interests in the register. I also worked as an EU lawyer in Brussels and advised MEPs before myself - Speech Link
9. European Union (Withdrawal) Bill
30/04/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: Clause— “Parliamentary approval of the outcome of negotiations with the European Union (1) Without prejudice - Speech Link
2: amendment is designed to ensure that the future of our country is determined by Parliament and not by Ministers - Speech Link
10. EU Withdrawal
13/02/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: that,“if we have not brought a revised deal back to this House by Wednesday 13 February, we will - Speech Link
2: forgive me, I shall wait until my closing remarks to address it in full and to set out clearly how the - Speech Link
3: extremely high quality, and this House is doing the country a great service. I thank noble Lords for that. - Speech Link
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The EU looks set to offer us a punishment deal out of spite, insisting we pay tens of billions of pounds as part of a ‘settlement fee’ and continue to accept the jurisdiction of EU courts even after we’ve left. Meanwhile pro-EU MPs in Labour, the Lib Dems and the SNP, along with unelected Lords, are attempting to block Brexit, the longer we remain a member the more opportunity they have to interfere. Why wait almost another 2 years when we could just leave right away?
17,383 signatures - 12.0% of total
The country voted to leave the EU, and this Government respects that. A smooth and orderly exit is in the interest of both the UK and the EU.
The country voted to leave the EU, and the Government is clear that there must be no attempts to remain inside the EU, no attempts to rejoin it through the back door, and no second referendum.
In leaving the EU the Government will seek the best deal for the UK maximising the benefits from leaving the EU – control over our borders, laws and money – while maintaining the greatest possible access to EU markets and continuing to work with our European neighbours on common problems. After withdrawal, the UK will bring an end to the direct jurisdiction of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in the United Kingdom.
The Prime Minister has been clear that the days of Britain making vast contributions to the European Union every year will end. The European Commission has set out the European Union’s position on the financial settlement, and the Government is undertaking a rigorous examination of the detail of this.
The Government has already introduced legislation to ensure the UK exits the EU with certainty, continuity and control. A smooth and orderly exit is in the national interest and further legislation will be introduced to deliver that.
Both the UK and the EU should want to achieve the best possible outcome and the strongest possible partnership for the future. The Government believes that a deep and special partnership between an independent UK and the EU is in the interests of both sides.
Department for Exiting the European Union