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Another Brexit update!

We were supposed to be coming out on the 29th of March last week. I just wish we’d been able to achieve that, because this has gone on for far too long.

My Brexit update from another historic week in Westminster.

Indicative Votes - Round 2

In the spirit of Henry Ford’s “any colour as long as it is black”, on Monday night we could have ‘compromised’ and voted ‘Aye’ to any Brexit option – as long as it was remain. 

Weekly look ahead: 1st April

My April 1st ‘Forward-look’ video, fresh from greeting constituents from the Shoreham Beach Residents’ Association up in Westminster. I talk about Brexit (and our new round of votes this week), Mayoral visits, the E.Y.E. Project and more.

Brexit Update, 29th March

My all-encompassing reaction to Brexit, on what was supposed to be Brexit Day - March 29th.

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Herald Column: March 28th

Last week I put out a call for nominations for the NHS Achievement Awards and thank you to those who have responded so far.

Royal Assent

As my Bill received Royal Assent yesterday, it was an honour to be named "Campaigner of the Week" in our weekly Parliamentary Magazine, The House.

Brexit Update

I campaigned for, and voted to leave the EU in a once in a generation vote. We were promised - whether we voted to Leave or to Remain - that our decision would be implemented.

Weekly look ahead: 25th March

This week I try and keep my 'forward-look' video light on Brexit - I'll post an update later in the week with all things EU. Here, I talk about my visit to Worthing Mosque, the Adur Tidal Walls Scheme and other constituency matters. 

Herald Column: March 21st

This week I am not going to mention Brexit other than to say that the continuing shambles prevented me from meeting up with student scientists from the Sir Robert Woodard Academy who were invited to a prestigious event at the Francis Crick Institute in London.