Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown speaks in support of a constituent affected by the 2019 Loan Charge and calls for flexibility from HMRC as such a large number of people are affected.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown seeks assurances from the Prime Minister that the backstop alternative arrangements option - the Brady amendment and Malthouse compromise - will be put forward to the EU as this is the only option that has secured a majority in Parliament.
Following the Government statement on the conviction of pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown says if the Chinese Government wishes it to be believed that they are upholding the highest standards of human rights, then it is essential that the court is allowed to do its duty with full independence.
Following an Urgent Question on the prosecution of alleged perpetrators of the Rwandan genocide in the United Kingdom, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls on the Government to urge the Metropolitan police to proceed on the investigation as urgently as possible.
Speaking in the debate on the 2019 Loan Charge, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls on the Government to formalise unofficial advice given to him by a senior HMRC official that settlement for historic liabilities where HMRC no longer has assessing rights are in fact voluntary.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls on MPs to support the deal as the alternative would risk a long delay to article 50 necessitating European elections and resulting in severe damage to the trust in democracy and faith in Parliament.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown welcomes the Government statement late in the evening on the withdrawal agreement and the new legally binding instrument and asks if the deal is approved whether there is sufficient time to get the necessary legislation through the House.