Anne Main calls for constructive input into the Brexit talks

5th September 2017

Anne Main calls MPs to recognise that the majority of the public voted for parties supporting Brexit and to make constructive input into the EU talks.

Does my right hon. Friend agree that given that the majority of the public voted for two parties that held Brexit as part of their manifesto commitment, it would be helpful if the Labour party came to a settled view and made constructive input into the talks that he is having?

Yes. One can reasonably expect some Labour Members to have different views, but for the deputy leader of the party to have a different view is really rather dramatic. The Labour party should do as my hon. Friend suggests.

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