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Darren repeats call for referendum rules inquiry

Darren again called for an inquiry into the laws around referendums. Currently, virtually all elections and referendums can be struck out by the courts if electoral law is broken in relation to them. An inquiry could look at whether this ought to be changed. Darren’s contribution came in a parliamentary debate about whether Article 50 […]

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Darren gets no vaping on buses assurance

Darren asked the Science and Technology Committee chair about a report into E-cigarettes which they had both worked on. The report received considerable media attention, including from some who suggested that it recommended allowing vaping on buses. Darren had this to say about the clip: Many of you contacted me because you were concerned that […]

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Darren gets no vaping on buses assurance

Darren asked the Science and Technology Committee chair about the E-cigarette report they had worked on together. The report got considerable media attention, including some suggesting that it recommended allowing vaping on buses. Here’s what Darren had to say about the below clip: Many of you contacted me because you were concerned that a committee […]

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Darren questions Dominic Raab about Brexit

Dominic Raab MP, Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, attended European Scrutiny Committee to give oral evidence about Brexit. Darren, who is a member of the committee, asked him how he could guarantee safe security arrangements with the EU after Brexit. Darren also asked how Brexit could happen, given it is based on […]

Darren shares his views on the ongoing crisis in Western Sahara

The Moroccan monarchy has occupied Western Sahara since the 1970s. Many original inhabitants of this area and their descendants have long been seeking self-determination. There is widespread concern that Morocco is committing human rights abuses here, and economically exploiting the region. Furthermore, there has not been a referendum on the self-determination of the region during […]