Claire Fox appeared on ITV’s Good Morning Britain with Labour peer and prominent Remain campaigner Andrew Adonis to respond to the leak of papers from ‘Operation Yellowhammer’, an internal government process to plan for a ‘no deal’ Brexit. Claire argued that claims of medicine shortages, paralysis of trade and problems getting in and out of … Read more Claire Fox: leaked government papers are scaremongering
Claire talked to Sophy Ridge on Sunday about why the Brexit Party will not be apologising for standing against the Conservatives in Brecon and Radnorshire and why the jury is still out on whether Boris Johnson really can deliver Brexit.
In the European Parliament Thursday 18 July, Claire calls for a point of order to Mairead McGuinness asking if there is an approved list of ‘offensive’ banned words that are forbidden to be used. This comes after her fellow colleague, Louis Stedman-Bryce, was told that the word “rubbish” cannot be used. She claims that this … Read more Has this parliament a secret Verboten Word List?
Claire gave her first impressions of life as an MEP for the BBC’s The Week in Westminster on Saturday 6 July. Listen to the item here (from 22:27).
In an article for The UK in a Changing Europe, Claire describes her first experiences of being an MEP as she travels to Brussels to sign up with the administration and being briefed on and by the bureaucracy. She writes: ‘If critics think business class travel is the extent of the gravy train, they haven’t … Read more ‘Gravy train?’ A first taste of life as an MEP