The people have spoken: Britain will leave the EU. I am of course deeply disappointed that, while my side may have won in West Berkshire, we failed in the country at large. We will have to see whether the fears of those of us who wanted to remain were overstated or if the promises of the leave campaign can be fulfilled. Along with people who have opposed me in politics in West Berkshire for years, I fought hard to keep us in the EU...
We have a big decision to make, a decision that will shape not just our future but our children’s futures. Should we remain in the EU or should we leave?
There are arguments on both sides - the EU does lots of good things but there’s lots wrong with it too. If the answer was obvious, the polls wouldn’t be so close. I’m grateful to the thousands of constituents who have attended the public meetings I held around the constituency, spoken to me when I have been out campaigning or emailed me to let me know their views.
Having listened to all the arguments, I believe that we should remain in the EU for four main reasons. ...
This is important: @VodafoneUK are NOT leaving Newbury
A Labour MP has told me PLP is like Game of Thrones meets Jeremy Kyle. Trying to get my head around that
Big pro EU demo outside Parliament https://t.co/BhnAMAU7XW