Here you can find Glyn Davies' latest speeches and appearances in Parliament:
I beg to move, That the Bill be now read a Second time.
I agree. In fact, I will later make reference to that very point.
I will give way after I have made one point. This is something that was quite dramatic for me.
That is another intervention that I greatly welcome and that accords totally with my thinking. It is damaging, yes.
I have always so admired my hon. Friend’s brass neck that I am probably going to accede to his request.
It is important—certainly to me—that this is a non-partisan Bill.
I thank my friend for that intervention, and I agree absolutely with his point.
May I make just one brief point?
That is another issue to which I shall refer later.
If someone is a UK citizen, they should, in my view, have a right to vote in a UK general election. It is as simple as that.