James Cleverly urges the PM to ensure the rights of EU citizens post-Brexit is high up in the negotiations
Following the Prime Minister's statement on the European Council meeting, James Cleverly urges the PM to ensure that her wish for the rights of EU citizens in the UK and British citizens in the remaining EU to be a priority in the negotiations is not used as a bargaining chip by EU negotiators who want to prioritise the so-called divorce settlement.Read more
James Cleverly hosted a “Pint of Politics” drop in session at the King's Head in Gosfield on Friday 10th March.Read more
James Cleverly and fellow members of the International Trade Select Committee has looked at a number of trade options that the UK could pursue after we leave the EU.
The two options that are spoken about most widely are a trade deal with the EU or trading on World Trade Organisation rules. We explore both these options in detail but also look at the implications of getting a series of bilateral trade deals or rejoining EFTA, the European Free Association.Read more
James Cleverly congratulates Braintree District Council on the success of the jobs fair on 4th March.Read more
James Cleverly highlights failure of previous Government’ efforts to digitise health records which has led to problems with storage of paper records.Read more