I would like to extend the warmest thanks to all those who voted for me in last week’s General Election. Obviously, I am very relieved at the result both in Reigate and across the country which gives the country a government with the Parliamentary authority for a full term.
I have been writing a Brexit Blog Post for a year as the best way to respond to correspondence from constituents covering every conceivable position on the UK’s decision to leave the EU. All my previous posts are available here:
Following Turkey’s invasion of North East Syria Crispin Blunt, MP for Reigate, chair of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee (FAC) 2015-17, when the FAC visited the region and completed five directly relevant inquiries into the region and the conflict, and having returned within the last month from
It is now almost certain that our next Prime Minister will be a self-confessed criminal; liable to up 14 years in prison in the case of possession of Class A drugs or up to 5 years for Class B drugs such as cannabis.
I had hoped to first explain my vote for the Withdrawal Agreement in the House of Commons debate last Friday. However, as I’ve called the Speaker out for his bias, this is now the second debate in which I am in the small number of MPs not called to speak.