Darren interviewed on Radio 4 about People’s Vote

Darren was interviewed on Radio 4’s PM show in order to get his views on Theresa May’s Brexit deal. He stated his opposition to the deal and his support for a People’s Vote. Listen below:

Darren asks Prime Minister about how she plans to consult people on Brexit

The Prime Minister’s Brexit deal includes a promise to speak to the people about the UK’s future relationship with the EU. Darren asked how she planned to do this after her statement on the deal in the House of Commons.

Darren calls for a People’s Vote on Sky News

Darren was interviewed on Sky News prior to the Budget. He used the opportunity to make the case for a People’s Vote, pointing out that the economic reality of Brexit is now known to be different to what was promised during the referendum campaign.

Darren reacts to the Budget on ITV Points West

Darren appeared on ITV Points West to give his reaction to the budget – outlining how it failed on Brexit and Public Services.

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Darren reacts to the budget in Parliament

Darren spoke in the debate on The Budget, giving his reaction to it. He termed it a Budget which was ‘a Budget of bad jokes and little else’, as it failed to deal with Brexit, austerity or the economy.

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Darren seeks clarity over post-Brexit digital economy

Data is vital to the day to day running of Britian’s economy, and so is the flow of data with other countries including other EU member states. With this in mind Darren used a UK Parliamentary European Committee concerning data to seek clarity over post-Brexit arrangments for data flows with other countries.

You can hear his full speech here:

Darren raises question around cost of Brexit

There was an Urgent Question to the Government from a Brexiteer expressing concern at the cost of Brexit. Darren asked if it wouldn’t be cheaper just to stay in the EU:

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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Darren’s contribution came in a parliamentary debate about whether Article 50 should be rescinded if it is found that Electoral Law has been broken.