Below are a selection of Craig’s media appearances.

TalkRADIO with Julia Hartley-Brewer, 9th January 2020
Discussing the surprise announcement by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex that they intend to carve out a new role for themselves within the Royal Family.
TalkRADIO with Matthew Wright, 9th October
Explaining what might happen on Saturday 19th October, when Parliament will sit on a Saturday following the European Council meeting 17th/18th October where the UK may (or may not) reach a deal.
TalkRADIO with Julia Hartley-Brewer, 7th October 2019
Talking about the implications of the “Benn Act” which requires Boris Johnson to seek an extension and the circumstances of when Boris Johnson might be required to resign.
LBC with Ian Payne, 6th October 2019
Explaining what the options are available to Boris Johnson should he lose a vote of no confidence in October and whether he could “squat” in Downing Street, and the role of the Queen.
LBC with Darren Adam, 25th September 2019
Discussing the judgment of the Supreme Court, which decided that Boris Johnson’s advice to the Queen to prorogue Parliament for five weeks was illegal.
LBC with Darren Adam, 20th September 2019
Giving a broad summary of the Supreme Court prorogation case that was heard over three days this week.
TalkRADIO with Matthew Wright, 17th September 2019
Talking about the Supreme Court which this week hears the appeals against the Court of Session’s and the High Court’s judgments which respectively ruled that the prorogation of Parliament from 14th October was illegal and legal.
LBC with Ian Payne, 11th September 2019
Talking about the Court of Session’s judgment that found that Boris Johnson’s advice to the Queen to prorogue Parliament until the 14th October was illegal.
LBC with Matt Stadlen, 8th September 2019
Discussing the resignation of Amber Rudd
LBC with Ian Payne, 7th September 2019
Discussing the possibility that the Prime Minister may not comply with an Act of Parliament.
TalkRADIO with Nick de Bois, 4th September 2019
Discussing Brexit in general, including probably the most interesting question I’ve ever been asked in an interview which is “can Parliament survive Brexit”?
TalkRADIO with James Whale, 4th September 2019
Discussing the implications of Brexit on the constitution, and the prospects for reform.
TalkRADIO with Julia Hartley-Brewer, 2nd September 2019
Discussing MPs taking “control of the order paper” to require the Prime Minister to seek an extension for Brexit.
LBC with Ayesha Hazarika, 30th August 2019
Discussing prospects of the legal challenges to the prorogation of Parliament from September until 14th October.
TalkRADIO with Ian Collins, 28th August 2019
Discussing the legal implications of the Prime Minister’s prorogation of Parliament from mid-September to 14th October.
TalkRADIO with Julia Hartley-Brewer, 27th August 2019
Discussing the prorogation of Parliament.
TalkRADIO with Julia Hartley-Brewer, 13th August 2019
Discussing the case in Scotland that sought to prevent the Prime Minister from advising the Queen to prorogue Parliament until 31st October.
TalkRADIO with Jon Craig, 11th August 2019
A combative discussion about the prospect of proroguing Parliament, an election, and Boris Johnson’s prospects more generally. I even floated the idea that 20 Conservative MPs might vote against the government on any legislation seeking an extension. A month later, the actual number was 21.
TalkRADIO with Julia Hartley-Brewer, 9th August 2019
Discussing the prospects for an early general election, and potential dates of the election.
TalkRADIO with Julia Hartley-Brewer, 8th August 2019
With Christine Gardine MP, discussing what might happen if the government
loses a vote of no confidence, and the potential role of the Queen.
LBC with Clive Bull, 5th August 2019
Discussing Matt Hancock’s comments that MPs can no longer block a no deal Brexit, and the potential date of an early general election.
TalkRADIO with Matthew Wright, 24th July 2019
Discussing Boris Johnson’s prospects as Prime Minister
TalkRADIO with Julia Hartley-Brewer, 10th July 2019
Talking about the possibility of Prime Minister Boris Johnson proroguing Parliament in order to ensure a “No Deal” Brexit in October
TalkRADIO with Julia Hartley-Brewer, 12th June 2019
Discussing the attempt by the opposition parties (and Oliver Letwin) to block a “No Deal” Brexit in October
LBC with Ian Payne, 19th May 2019
Explaining how the European Parliamentary Elections operate.
LBC with Iain Dale, 20th March 2019
Discussing the extension to the Article 50 period and how Brexit might play out.
TalkRADIO with Julia Hartley-Brewer, 19th March 2019
Explaining the recall petition following Fiona Onasanya’s imprisonment for perverting the course of justice.
TalkRADIO with Matthew Wright, 12th March 2019
Discussing the Attorney General’s updated advice on the Withdrawal Agreement.
LBC with Shelagh Fogerty, 25th Jan 2019
Talking about the Queen’s comments on Brexit.
TalkRADIO with Matthew Wright, 16th Jan 2019
Discussing the aftermath of the comprehensive defeat of the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal.
TalkRADIO with Julia Hartley-Brewer, 11th Dec 2018
Considering what happens when the ‘Meaningful Vote’ was pulled by the government.
TalkRADIO with Julia Hartley-Brewer, 10th Oct 2017
Discussing proposals of House of Lords reform.
LBC with Nick Ferrari, 12th Sep 2017
Talking about the Conservative and DUP deal in the fallout from the 2017 general election result.
LBC with Shelagh Fogerty, 11th Apr 2017
Discussing the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011, and how Theresa May held a surprise election.
LBC with Shelagh Fogerty, 11th Mar 2017
Discussing EU Citizenship and Brexit.
LBC with Nigel Farage, 7th Feb 2017
Talking about the Speaker, John Bercow’s statement regarding Donald Trump’s State Visit to the UK.
LBC with Nick Ferrari, 7th Feb 2017
Talking about John Bercow’s statement on Donald Trump’s proposed State Visit to the UK.
LBC with Andrew Castle, 20th Nov 2016
Discussing Liz Truss’s response to the High Court’s decision in the Miller case.
LBC with Nick Ferrari, 27th October 2015
Explaining how the House of Lords did not cause a ‘constitutional crisis’ when they blocked changes to tax credits.

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