Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown says when Prevent or other authority counsels a young person who is still intent on going to ISIS or other similar organisation, then the Government should consider withdrawing their passport for their own safety.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls on the Government to give children’s social services the information and finances they need to deal with the growth in the number of children being taken into care as a result of domestic violence.
Speaking in Prime Minister’s Questions, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown outlines the choice between remaining in the customs union or a fully functioning UK trade policy and calls on the Opposition leader to accept the will of the British people and back a free trade policy.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown highlights the unfair distribution of education spending and in particular the difference between the highest-spending local authority and one of the lower-spending local authorities such as Gloucestershire.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown explains why he will support the deal to give businesses certainty and because of the risk of ending up with no deal, but he makes it clear to the Government that they must come back with a better deal.
Speaking in a debate on road congestion on the A40, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown highlights that part of the solution is to improve the railways and in particular calls for the full doubling of the Cotswold line right through from Moreton-in-Marsh to Oxford.
With the threat of the worst famine in a century in Yemen next year, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls on the Government to everything possible to help broker a peace settlement under the auspices of UN special negotiator Martin Griffiths.
During the opening day of the debate on the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown commends the Prime Minister on her position that there will be no second referendum as a second referendum would reopen all the wounds and put the Union itself in jeopardy.