You can read Liam's most recent contributions and speeches in Parliament below:
I will ignore the hon. Gentleman’s lack of grace in his first comment.
However we get the assurances, that is what we need to do.
It is important that we take climate issues seriously.
No, I will not commit to that.
As we leave the European Union, the Government will ensure that all future trade agreements continue to protect the UK’s right to regulat
There is also the small matter of putting British taxpayers first, and ensuring that they are getting value for money from any contracts
The United States is perfectly entitled to set out trade objectives, as are we.
As I have made clear in questions and in debate in this House, if we look at trade agreements that we have already entered into, for exam
My hon. Friend, in his usual way, makes an excellent point.
The Government’s intention, as provided for in the political declaration, is to secure a tariff-free trading relationship with our Europe