In the Commons

Cornerstone MP’s are regular contributors to debates in the House of Commons, and speak on issues right across the political scene. Whether it be promoting the traditional rights of families, defending British traditions and heritage against the EU, or providing a spiritual perspective on the issues of the day, Cornerstone MP’s can be relied upon for lively, informative, and articulate debate.

Below are some of their recent contributions in the House, both from the main Chamber, and from Westminster Hall.

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John Hayes on apprenticeships 19th December 2011

Edward Leigh on the European Council 8th December 2011

Jacob Rees-Mogg on the London Local Authorities Bill 7th December 2011

Jacob Rees-Mogg on UK Extradition Arrangements 5th December 2011

Peter Bone on a National Referendum on the European Union 24th October 2011

Stewart Jackson on a National Referendum on the European Union 24th October 2011

Jacob Rees-Mogg on a National Referendum on the European Union 24th October 2011