Belfast Newsletter, May 27, Sammy Wilson MP
In a week which has seen little progress in the negotiations between the UK and the EU about the shape of the relationship which will exist after December 2020, there have been the inevitable calls for a further extension in the transition period.
During that period the UK will remain full members of the EU only without any input into EU decisions
The arguments are made by the same people and same groups who have fought a guerrilla campaign against the democratic decision of the people of the UK to leave the EU nearly four years ago now they have added the Covid -19 crisis into their armoury.
That is why it is timely that a well-documented carefully argued report from the Centre for Brexit Policy, a think tank which along with members of other parties at Westminster I helped to set up, has been published this week.
Click here to read the piece in full.