In the European Parliament on Wednesday 20 September, Claire votes against the EU’s resolution for historical remembrance due to its revisionist attempts to tarnish historical facts and propagate the EU’s contemporary narrative. She claims that the motion is designed to make us feel ashamed of our European history whilst unremorsefully hijacking the horrors of the … Read more This motion treats Europe and European history with disdain
In the European Parliament on Tuesday 19 September, Claire lays out her case against the cynical manipulation of historical Remembrance for clear political ends in oppose to supporting genuine commemoration. She accuses the EPP (European People’s Party) and Renew for using the historic remembrance to promote EU expansionism and federalism. She then focuses her attention … Read more A cynical abuse of the Second World War
Claire was one of the interviewees on TRT World, a Turkish international news channel, discussing Brexit and why there was now a democratic crisis because the referendum result has not been implemented.
Claire made a short speech to the European Parliament arguing that the EU’s approach to science was inward-looking and could fail to develop homegrown postgraduate skills.
In comments to the EP’s Culture committee, Claire points out the way the options for responding are put in such loaded terms that there is only one reasonable answer.
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?