“MPs should vote against [the Withdrawal Agreement], send a clear message to Brussels that the UK will not be bullied”, writes Dominic Raab MP, in The Telegraph.
Writing ahead of a speech to the Centre for Policy Studies, the former Brexit Secretary argues that voting the deal down would leave the UK in a ‘stronger position’ and sets out his vision for breaking down barriers to free trade and galvanising reform.
Click here to read the full piece on The Telegraph website.
Dominic Raab MP’s full speech is available to view on the CPS Youtube page.
Date Added: Saturday 12th January 2019