John featured on Radio 5 Live's Westminster Wednesday to contribute to a panel discussion on British American relations and commented on the recent inauguration of US President Trump.

The discussion was led by host, Emma Barnett, and included Shadow Secretary of State for Education, Angela Raynor, as well as Stephen Gethins from the SNP

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John was invited to speak about the Supreme Court's ruling that Parliament must vote on whether the Government can start the Brexit process. He was joined by Labour MP Jenny Chapman and Stephen Gethins from the Scottish National Party.

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John joined fellow leave campaigner Iain Duncan Smith MP on The Victoria Derbyshire Show following the Supreme Court’s judgement that Parliament must vote on whether the government can start the Brexit process.

This means Theresa May cannot begin talks with the EU until MPs and peers give their backing - although this is expected to happen in time for the government's 31 March deadline.

Both were in agreement that the will of the people should be respected.
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John appeared on the Radio 5 Live Show, Pienaar's Polices, hosted by John Pienaar.

Joined by the impressionist, Rory Bremner, The Times' Tim Montgomerie and fomer adviser to Boris Johnson, Jo Tanner, John and guests took a look back at all what has happened politically in 2016 and ahead to the inauguration of President - Elect Trump in January. 

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John was a guest alongside Cabinet Minister David Lidington MP, Labour's Shami Chakrabarti and Yvette Cooper, former Civil Service head Bob Kerslake and comedian Stephen K Amos on the Peston on Sunday show, hosted by Robert Peston and Allegra Stratton.

A wide variety of issues were discussed, including the Speaker's recent comments on whether to allow a state visit for President Trump.

John is pictured in discussion with Yvette Cooper MP and Robert Peston





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