At a Justice Questions session on Tuesday 25th April, Canterbury MP Sir Julian Brazier praised the Psychoactive Substances Act 2016, which banned so-called “legal highs” and provides law enforcement with the extra powers they need to deal with the constant development of new psychoactive compound
Sir Julian said- “The Prime Minister has just announced that an election will be held on the 8th of June – and that we will shortly take the necessary steps in Parliament to ensure that this can happen.
Speaking at the National Army Museum, Sir Julian Brazier will argue that Europe faces the worst security challenges since the fall of the Berlin Wall combined with a real danger of the United States withdrawal, yet it is focused on plans to duplicate NATO structures and is dragging its feet on is
At the Prime Minister’s Article 50 speech yesterday (29 March), Julian Brazier emphasised that as Britain prepares to leave the European Union, the European Union should consider the important contribution Britain makes to European security.
Sir Julian Brazier has today (29 March) met the Marine Management Organisation’s Chief Executive Officer, John Tuckett, and Director of Marine Licensing, Trudi Wakelin, to discuss the situation at Whitstable Beach.
Sir Julian Brazier has expressed concern at the decision by Health Education England to strip the Kent and Canterbury of junior doctors, because of concerns over the manning of the consultants’ posts. He commented: