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Michael Heseltine tells an audience in Nottingham tonight that they should they should never give up trying restore Britain's position in the European corridors of power...and says it's the young generation who will push for a reversal of Brexit.
The former deputy leader of the Conservatives insists that despite the UK leaving the EU, he will push for Britain to rejoin.
Lord Heseltine delivered the 2018 Hadyn Ellis Lecture at Cardiff University on the 28th November 2018. His subject? What else but Brexit, which he explores in his own inimitable style.
'Get Brexit done is the biggest delusion of all' - Michael Heseltine launches scathing attack on Boris Johnson.
Lord Heseltine has claimed that Boris Johnson has crossed 'the threshold of insanity' by vowing to 'squat' in Downing Street even if he is unseated by MPs. / According to the Sunday Times, Johnson will dare the Queen to sack him rather than resign as prime minister in an attempt to ensure Brexit happens on October 31st.
Former Tory Deputy Prime Minister Michael Heseltine says he will not vote for the Conservative Party in the European elections on Thursday.
We’re joined by Conservative former Deputy Prime Minister Lord Michael Heseltine.
The Motion: This House Believes the United Kingdom Should Leave the European Union. Lord Michael Heseltine closes the case for the Opposition, as the final speaker of eight in the debate. The motion was defeated.
The Tory peer was scathing in his criticism of the Foreign Secretary.
Conservative grandee and former leadership contender Lord Heseltine has launched a scathing attack on Boris Johnson, accusing him of creating the "greatest constitutional crisis in modern times".
“We now face the most momentous peacetime decision,” said Heseltine, as Lords hand government their second Brexit bill defeat.
"It's the day in which Britain lost more power and influence than in any other day of my peacetime life.” Lord Heseltine speaks to Emily Maitlis on the day Article 50 was triggered - starting the process of the UK leaving the EU.
Emily Maitlis speaks to former Conservative Deputy Prime Minister Lord Heseltine about the future of the Conservative party and Brexit.
'There are no solutions that help the fortunes of the least privileged,' says Tory peer. / Lord Michael Heseltine has warned MPs against voting to “make this country poorer” in the looming House of Commons vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal.