James Duddridge, Member of Parliament for Rochford and Southend East, has called for the extra £15.6 Billion that it would cost the taxpayer to extend the transition period for another year to be better spent.
James Duddridge, Member of Parliament for Rochford and Southend East, has asked the Secretary of State for Business , Energy and Industrial Strategy about the support which is available to companies in coastal towns such as Southend.
"I was deeply disappointed at the Chequers plan and subsequent White Paper. This is not the Brexit I campaigned for and my constituents supported. I want an independent United Kingdom not the watered-down version of Brexit that these documents represent.