Brexit

The British people made a decision to leave the EU.  As your MP, I will support Teresa May in getting the right deal for Britain and ensuring that our future is not placed in danger due to a calamitous negotiation lead by a cobbled together collation. 

We need this election now to secure the strong and stable leadership that the United Kingdom needs to see us through Brexit and beyond; to lock in the economic progress we have made together.

Our Labour, Lib Dem and SNP opponents are already seeking to disrupt our Brexit negotiations. This is in addition to the 27 European countries lining up to oppose us – so who do we want standing up for Britain on the other side: Theresa May, with strong and stable leadership, or weak, floundering and nonsensical Jeremy Corbyn. 

Your vote counts. It will count to strengthen Theresa May’s and the UK’s negotiating position on Brexit. Your vote helps her secure the best deal to strengthen our economy, and helps us get on with the job of making life in the United Kingdom even better. 
Jeremy Corbyn propped up by a coalition of chaos would disrupt our Brexit negotiations  

All of them oppose our plan to get the right deal with the EU. Labour has threatened to vote against the deal we reach with the European Union. The Liberal Democrats have said they want to grind the business of government to a standstill. The Scottish National Party say they will vote against the legislation that formally repeals Britain’s membership of the European Union. And unelected members of the House of Lords have vowed to fight us every step of the way. 

All of them talk about ignoring the decision the country made and staying in the EU. Dozens of Labour MPs and the Green Party’s only MP voted against the law that starts the process of us leaving. The Liberal Democrats say ‘Britain’s best chance to succeed is within the EU.’ The SNP say the best option is for Scotland to be a ‘member of the EU.’ 

All of them ignore the need to get control of our borders as we leave the EU. Jeremy Corbyn doesn’t ‘rule out’ keeping EU free movement. On top of wanting to stay in the European Union, the SNP, Liberal Democrats and Greens all want to keep EU free movement when we leave.

 
We have the plan to get the right deal abroad 

We have set out our 12 negotiating objectives: 

1. Certainty and clarity

2. Control of our own laws

3. Strengthen the Union

4. Maintain the Common Travel Area with Ireland

5. Control of immigration

6. Rights for EU nationals in Britain, and British nationals in the EU

7. Protect workers’ rights

8. Free trade with European markets

9. New trade agreements with other countries

10. The best place for science and innovation

11. Cooperation in the fight against crime and terrorism

12. A smooth, orderly Brexit