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STORY: ‘You should be hung for treason’: Sunderland MP speaks of abuse as she reveals how she will vote on Brexit deal
Sheila Cleugh: Not everyone
vote to leave. The common theme was that we had insufficient information to make an informed choice. I voted to remain because I felt that workers in the region would fare better if we remained. I still feel that way. I also still feel that we should have been given clear information about possible outcomes. The result of the referendum was very close. Statistically speaking not really relevant.
Tracy Halliday: The abuse from all sides is shameful, but politicians have done themselves no favours in the handling of Brexit or when things like the expenses scandal came to light. In my entire life time I have never seen the public so poorly represented across the board at Westminster. Cometh the hour and not one of them is worthy.
Paul Kerry: She doesn’t respect the result because she’s readily campaigning for another vote.