“Although the sacrifice was enormous, it was fought in a good cause…to defend the freedom that we enjoy today.”
The really interesting question is: what causes wealth? And the answer is clear enough – specialisation and exchange.
He says he wants “tariff-free access to the single market and a partnership with Europe in the future”.
He stresses the importance of a “smooth transition” for businesses.
“We both value public services. The difference is, on this side of the House we know you have to pay for them.”
The Brexit Secretary and the EU’s chief negotiator “get down to work”.
The International Trade Secretary also explains what his department can do before Britain’s formal departure from the EU.
He tells Sophy Ridge that after the election result he now feels there’s a chance that we may stay in the EU after all.
The two clashed over Brexit.
Politicians who support fiscal discipline are not protecting their own interests – they’re guarding the interests of others.
The Australian Prime Minister’s lecture to Policy Exchange in full.
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Voters “want politicians to…deal with the real problems that people in this country are facing”.
The Prime Minister mounted a defence of the Government’s record on the public finances.
“We can ensure after we leave the European Union that standards of animal welfare in Britain are higher than ever before.”
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“We should come together and ensure that we get to the answers of why this has happened, and how do we stop it from happening in the future.”