Conservative MPs are in a tricky position. Their choice on 12th March is a difficult one. We know the government's deal is bad, but Conservative MPs will have to be brave and vote against their own party. Tell your MP to take courage and stand on principle.
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Dear My MP,
As you are aware, the prime minister is seeking to bring her deal back to the House of Commons next week for another crack of the whip. It is entirely obvious that nothing at all has changed in regard to this deal and the significant problems that existed with it at the end of January continue to exist today.
Members of Parliament on all sides have been clear that the issues around the prime minister’s deal extend past the legally necessary Northern Irish Back Stop.
Govt deal means rules without representation
The prime minister’s deal locks us into rules, regulations and tax spending without any representation, it reduces our policy input on expert issues such as financial services, goods regulations, data and safety standards to zero. We would therefore ask you to join your colleagues opposed to this botched deal and vote against it when it comes to the floor of the House.
No majority for The Deal. No majority for No Deal
MPs have also been clear though, there is a majority against a No Deal Brexit. Local job creators and the City of London can see the damage that such a job and investment killing cliff-edge Brexit would do to their sectors. In December, the UK Trade Policy Observatory and the University of Sussex published data on the damage that Brexit could do to the economy we have all spent nine hard years helping to rebuild. The notion that we would self-sabotage it at this point should surely be unthinkable.
Listen to the people
When it comes to voting for an extension to Article 50, vote with your conscience. Vote to ensure that job creators are given reassurance as well as proper and adequate time to prepare. This cycle of economic uncertainty and loss of business confidence has to be broken. You can do so by voting to give a sensible and proper period of time for job creators to prepare.
With that in mind please listen to us, your constituents, now. Continue to stand up for and represent our interests and vote to break this deadlock, giving us all legal certainty going forward by voting against this deal and for a adequate extension to Article 50.
Thank you for your time and your consideration.
With kind regards,