Sunday Telegraph – 31 January 2016
Whatever one's views on the EU debate, many will agree that parliamentary sovereignty should be the key focus in any renegotiations. It goes to the heart of our relationship with the EU, covering such areas as the primacy of our domestic laws, control of our borders and the setting of business regulation.
We are disappointed that the Government's renegotiations are not addressing this. We therefore look forward to the forthcoming House of Commons debate, on February 4, and hope the Prime Minister will personally take the opportunity to respond for the Government.
JOHN BARON MP (Con); PETER BONE MP (Con); DOUGLAS CARSWELL MP (UKIP); Sir WILLIAM CASH MP (Con); NIGEL DODDS MP (DUP); RICHARD DRAX MP (Con); MARY GLINDON MP (Lab); ROGER GODSIFF MP (Lab); GORDON HENDERSON MP (Con); KATE HOEY MP (Lab); PHILIP HOLLOBONE MP (Con); ADAM HOLLOWAY MP (Con); Sir GERALD HOWARTH MP (Con); STEWART JACKSON MP (Con); BERNARD JENKIN MP (Con); DAVID JONES MP (Con); JULIAN LEWIS MP (Con); JACK LOPRESTI MP (Con); CRAIG MACKINLAY MP (Con); ANDREW ROSINDELL MP (Con); GRAHAM STRINGER MP (Lab)