In Parliament

You can read Liam's most recent contributions and speeches in Parliament below:

Article 50: Parliamentary Approval | Commons debates

The Prime Minister originally said that he would trigger article 50 immediately, so presumably he felt that he had the full legal authority to do so. Does my hon. Friend accept that those who...

EU Council | Commons debates

On that subject, did my right hon. Friend the Prime Minister reiterate to the European Council that the United Kingdom does not have a federal structure? We did not vote in the referendum as...

EU Referendum: Voter Registration | Business of the House | Commons debates

We also hope that such a crash will not happen again. I would be grateful if my right hon. Friend could provide further information either today, or to the House in due course. First, how many of...

EU Referendum: Voter Registration | Business of the House | Commons debates

Most of us, from whatever side of the argument, accept that the greater the number of voters who take part in the referendum, the better because a high turnout, with more voters participating,...

EU Referendum: Voter Registration | Business of the House | Commons debates

An important lesson will be to see whether a larger number of people register for the referendum than for the general election. If it is a much larger number, it suggests that the clarity and...

EU Referendum: Voter Registration | Business of the House | Commons debates

My right hon. Friend says that the problem of ballot papers being issued to those who are not eligible to take part in this election has been identified and cured. Can he therefore give us an...

Business of the House | Commons debates

In order to assist the House in its deliberations tomorrow will my right hon. Friend publish any precedent for any Government of any colour changing electoral law during an election period?

Engagements | Oral Answers to Questions - Prime Minister | Commons debates

The beauty of a referendum is that every voter has an equal voice, every vote carries equal weight, and Members of Parliament have no moral or political superiority over anybody else. Does my...