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City MP welcomes Brexit vote in Parliament

By Ben Comber

Daniel Zeichner submitted profile photograph
Daniel Zeichner submitted profile photograph

MP Daniel Zeichner will be voting to remain when Brexit vote is held in Parliament

Following the High Court’s ruling that Parliament must have a vote on whether the UK can trigger Article 50 to start the process of leaving the European Union

Daniel Zeichner MP said: “Three cheers for the High Court.

“Throughout the referendum campaign ‘leave’ campaigners talked about taking back control. But then the Tory Brexiteers tried to deny Parliament, which is sovereign, the right to a vote.

“I hope the Government now listen and abandon costly plans to appeal.

“I look forward to the vote - when I will be voting in line with the wishes of the vast majority of Cambridge residents - to remain.”


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