Hilary Benn


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Things were said and impressions given that have, in my view, greatly damaged the UK's standing the world because … people felt Britain doesn't want us any more, which is certainly not the case.feedback
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Sep 13 2017 Brexit
In this page, you will find a list of 18 quotes from Hilary Benn, from different articles. We analyzed 14 articles in which Hilary Benn has been quoted in topics like Parliament and London. Hilary Benn’s most recent quote is: “When the prime minister went to the European council to tell them all would be well, instead of saying 3 million citizens could stay here and were valued, it was reported she said: 'Don't worry, no one is going to be deported.' In my visit to Brussels last week, people told me that eyes widened when she arrived; instead of offering reassurances, she spoke about deportation.”. To see more examples Hilary Benn’s views and opinions, check out the section below.
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Hilary Benn quotes

Jan 14 2017

We're not asking the government to give away its red lines or negotiating fall-back positions but we do want clarity on its broad aims, given the significance and complexity of the negotiating task.feedback

Jan 03 2017

It's an absolutely vital job both conveying the British government's view to the other 27 members states but also honestly reporting back what he was picking up about the attitude of the other 27 towards the forthcoming negotiations.feedback

Oct 20 2016

It is inconceivable that Parliament shouldn't use its sovereignty... to determine what it thinks of the deal, this complex negotiation, when it is finally completed.feedback

Jun 26 2016 - Labour Party

He is a good and decent man but he is not a leader.feedback

Mar 12 2015

The carnage in Paris brought home to us the clear and present danger we face from them. It could just as easily have been London or Glasgow or Leeds or Birmingham and it could still be.feedback

Mar 12 2015 - Human Rights

Our party has always stood up against the denial of human rights and for justice and my view, Mr Speaker, is that we must now confront this evil. It is now time for us to do our bit in Syria and that is why I ask my colleagues to vote in favour of this motion tonight.feedback

Jul 23 2007

There is a broader problem here which is about the capacity of the drainage system to cope with these levels of rainfall because we are dealing with the legacy of 100-plus years of water systems that weren't designed for that. One of the most important things that we can do as further development takes place is to ensure that there is an effective flood defence and that the drainage capacity can cope with it.feedback

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