MP’S VIEW ON BREXIT PLEASE
THROUGH your columns, could I respectfully ask our MP Mr Graham Jones if he intends to consult with his constituents prior to voting on the acceptance or otherwise of the Prime Minister’s negotiated settlement for leaving the EU?
The Government have made a mess of the negotiations, the Labour Party have ‘played politics’ and sat on the fence, and the EU is totally flawed.
Please Mr Jones, do your job and give us some guidance!
At the referendum, Mr Jones voted to remain in the EU while 66.2 per cent of his constituents voted to leave.
To date, I do not recall our MP taking part in any of the discussions and debates in Parliament, and his only comment through your columns have been that ‘the country is paralysed by Brexit’ and ‘if there was another vote, I would still vote to remain’ (Observer column November 16)
How does his logic or ideology equate with what’s best for the country, what’s best for his Parliamentary career, is Mrs May’s ‘agreement’ a good or bad deal, and is he going to vote with his conscience, his constituents, or as his beloved Labour Party whips dictate?
Please don’t patronise us with the Labour Party’s six tests claptrap.
As it stands at the moment, it looks like we, as a country, are going to be paying out around £60 billion for absolutely nothing.
So please Mr Jones, update us with your plans, call a public meeting, or are you too busy on the many committees on which you serve to discuss this extremely difficult and ‘once in a lifetime’ very serious matter with your constituents? Concerned constituent Name and address supplied