Boston and Skegness MP Matt Warman will be hosting two public drop-in sessions this week for constituents to come and speak to him about the Brexit Withdrawal Deal and Political Declaration.
The deal, which has now been approved by all 27 EU member states, will be voted on in Parliament in a fortnight, and the Government claims it provides the basis for an orderly Brexit which delivers the Leave campaign’s promises to back control of our laws, borders and money.
“I am keenly aware that constituents will have questions about the Withdrawal Deal and what it means for our area, and indeed the nation. I want to be clear from the offset that the deal is not a compromise I like, but it is one which I believe is actually possible to deliver. While no deal is better than a bad deal, it is also the case that Parliament is likely to block a no deal exit from the EU. My role cannot simply be to vote against things – there must be something to vote for, and currently the Prime Minister’s deal is the only option that takes us out of the European Union. I look forward to discussing the deal in more detail with constituents this weekend.”
All residents of the constituency are welcome to attend the sessions. The details of the meetings, which will include both informal conversations and a public Q&A, are as follows:
SKEGNESS: Friday 30th November, 17.00 – 19.00, County Hotel, North Parade, Skegness PE25 2UB
BOSTON: Saturday 1st December, 11.30 – 13.30, Boston High School, Spilsby Road, Boston PE21 9PF
There is no need to make an appointment, but constituents who plan to attend are asked to please email Matt on firstname.lastname@example.org for numbers purposes.