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- 05 April 2017
Gibraltar, part of the same European Parliament constituency as Bristol, deserves its interests to be considered, and voice to be heard, along with the core cities and devolved administrations, in Brexit negotiations, Kerry says.
- 04 April 2017
Kerry, who studied in St Petersburg in the summer on 1984, reacts to what appears to be another terror attack, which comes so soon after the attack on Parliament.
- 02 April 2017
Kerry made a brief trip to Washington DC as part of the EAC's ongoing inquiry into post-Brexit chemicals regulation, to meet the architects of their new Toxic Substances Control Act along with trade unions, charities, and government agencies.
- 02 April 2017
27 March - 2 April highlighted the second largest driver of biodiversity loss, as well as a huge threat to native wildlife: invasive species.
- 31 March 2017
Following an attack by pro-Brexit MPs, I have joined more than 80 cross-party MPs and MEPs in signing a letter calling on the BBC to stand firm and to continue to provide balanced, impartial coverage of the Brexit negotiations.
- 31 March 2017
After the Government publishes its white paper outlining use of Henry VIII-style powers to change laws at a whim, Kerry responds.
- 29 March 2017
Kerry sets out her priorities for negotiations with the EU, including 'the exact same benefits' which we get from the single market, customs union, and tariff-free trade, as promised by David Davis, the Brexit Secretary.
- 27 March 2017
As the Bill returns to the House of Commons, Kerry shows support for amendments which would allow local councils to set up new municipal bus companies.
- 24 March 2017
British banks, including state-owned RBS, have been involved in a global scandal involving the laundering of £16bn from Russian criminals linked to both the KGB and the Kremlin, according to the Guardian newspaper.
- 23 March 2017
This morning, MPs held a minute's silence for those who lost their life, in particular PC Keith Palmer, who died defending Parliament. Business continued, undeterred by this attack on our democracy, with Kerry asking the DWP about PIP changes.
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