However you voted in the referendum, in a democracy it is essential that the outcome is respected. I was elected last year on a mandate to deliver the result and both major political parties pledged to respect the referendum vote in their 2017 manifestos.
Harriett Baldwin has accepted the Prime Minister's invitation to become Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Department for International Development. The West Worcestershire Conservative Association is pleased to congratulate Harriett on her appointment.
Our Prime Minister, Theresa May made three clear promises right at the start of the Brexit negotiations. A deal on citizens’ rights. No hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic. A fair financial settlement.
Figures just released show that jobless numbers are lower than at any point since 1975. 3 million more people are in employment nationally than when the Conservatives took control of the economy in 2010.
In her role as Minister for Defence Procurement, Harriett Baldwin enjoyed a front row seat for the ceremonial naming of the Royal Navy's latest Queen Elizabeth Class Aircraft carrier. The ceremony took place at Rosyth Naval Dockyard. The £3bn ship is planned for active service in 2020.
Today I set out the Government’s 12 negotiating objectives for leaving the European Union - part of our plan for Britain, which aims to get the right deal abroad while ensuring a better deal for ordinary working people here at home – and I wanted you to be one of the first to know about it.