James speaks on a wide range of issues that relate to Braintree and surrounding areas.
Following the statement on the cancellation of the contract with Seaborne Freight as part of the contingency planning for a no-deal Brexit, James Cleverly asks how MPs could have been given more information about the company’s well-established backers.
James Cleverly questions the Government about employment opportunities for care leavers and specifically efforts to ensure that work coaches are helping care leavers to find the right job for them.
James Cleverly calls on the Government to ensure that organisations such as the British Council and the BBC World Service are well funded and able to project our soft power globally as we leave the European Union.
Following the Prime Minister’s statement on the European Council meeting and the Brexit negotiations, James Cleverly urges MPs who have changed their mind and will no longer respect the referendum result to be honest with their constituents and say so.
Following the Government statement on the good work plan, which sets out the Government’s vision for the future of the UK labour market and modern working practices, James Cleverly highlights the Conservative party’s tradition of protecting and enhancing workers’ rights.