The British people voted to leave the EU in 2016 and I have always been clear that the vote had to be respected. To have ignored it or tried to overturn it would have risked the trust of the electorate in our democratic institutions and our government made it clear that it would not be extending the transition period again. I am confident that the deal we have agreed will provide much needed security and stability for the food production, vehicle manufacturing, and transport & tourism industries which are all important sectors employing thousands of people in my constituency.
Lots of organisations and campaigners concerned about Brexit and related matters now choose to do their lobbying by identical mass email and the amount of emails of this nature has increased significantly in recent years. I hope you can appreciate that I am not always able to respond to all mass campaign based emails individually.
On these pages you can read my responses to some of the most popular recent email campaigns on the topic of Brexit and related matters.
Of course, if you have any personal comments or specific concerns that you would like to raise with me then please do not hesitate to get in touch and I will endeavour to respond to these queries as soon as possible.