Brexit Referendum

Posted on 24-06-19 by Bahram Bekhradnia Number of votes: 1 | Number of comments: 6

The party's current stance on brexit is driving us into a no deal exit. The party may be divided on brexit, but that shouldn't stop us from taking a clear stand, as we have on other controversial issues. It would not be ignoring the results of the 2016 referendum to say, three years on, that we believe that whatever deal is proposed for leaving the European Union, and especially no deal, should be put to the people for endorsement, with the option of remaining as the alternative. Time is running out and we need to take a clear stand in favour of such a referendum.

Referring to: International

The International Policy Commission develops Labour’s international policy. It is responsible for foreign policy, international development, defence and Britain’s future relationship with Europe.

Latest comments Post a comment

Got something to say? Please leave your comments here about the content on this page.

Content of comments is the responsibility of the poster, and their appearance on this website does not imply endorsement by the Labour Party.

    Labour party member MP Shadow Cabinet Member
    NPF Rep MEP NPF rep has replied
    Councillor Peer Labour Guest