Following the Prime Minister’s statement on the London attacks, Iain Duncan Smith remembers those who died, particularly PC Keith Palmer who was killed defending Parliament, and calls for our righteous defiance in the face of such evil, to be laced with compassion, tolerance and hope.
Iain Duncan Smith rejects amendments to the Article 50 Bill which are back-door attempts to prevent or delay the Government triggering Article 50 and getting on with implementing the will of the British people as expressed on 23 June last year.
Iain Duncan Smith calls on the Government to reassure those in academic and high added value sectors that immigration controls will focus on low value, high volume areas of migration.
Iain Duncan Smith calls on the Government to address the issue of people coming to the UK so that UK businesses can continue to attract global talent who are high in added value, but low in numbers.
Iain Duncan Smith asks the Prime Minister if she asked the President of the European Council why he vetoed the offer to allow EU citizens here in the UK to remain, and vice versa, when his own Government in Poland was keen to agree.