Writing in the Sunday Express, Theresa Villiers explains why the Malthouse Compromise, the set of proposals agreed by leave and remain supporting MPs, could break the Brexit deadlock and enable the UK to leave with EU on 29th March with a deal approved by Parliament:
Theresa Villiers, MP for Chipping Barnet, is calling on the Chancellor to shift the burden of tax away from high street retailers and on to large digital businesses. She has written the following article in advance of a meeting in Parliament this afternoon with the Rt Hon Phillip Hammond:
The borough of Barnet celebrated the birthday of Emmeline Pankhurst this year in order to mark a 100 years since the extension of the franchise to women in 1918. The event was presided over by the Mayor of Barnet and organised by Anjantha Tennakoon of the Conservative Women's Organisation.
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