- Come along to Luke’s Brexit Meeting: Saturday 12 October, 2-3:30pm, Plymouth Guildhall
- Parliament will vote on how we will leave the EU on a special session next Saturday
- Luke invites everyone to share their views with him, whether they voted leave or remain
Luke Pollard, the MP for Plymouth Sutton and Devonport, will be holding an urgent meeting to discuss Brexit on Saturday 12 October, 2pm – 3:30pm, at Plymouth Guildhall, as crunch votes in the Commons approach.
There will be a special session of Parliament next Saturday, after the Prime Minister has been to a summit of EU leaders to negotiate a deal for Brexit. This is the first time Parliament will have sat on a Saturday for nearly 40 years. Luke wants to gather the views of the people he represents before he votes on Boris Johnson’s deal or no deal. This is Luke’s tenth open public meeting on Brexit – over 1,200 people have attended them. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Luke Pollard MP said:
“Next week I may be asked to vote on Boris Johnson’s deal or whether to leave the EU without a deal. As I promised I would do, I am now holding an urgent public meeting to hear the views of the people I represent on the way out of the Brexit mess.
“I represent a people with a range of views on Brexit and have found feedback from my previous nine open public meetings very helpful before I voted on Theresa May’s deal and in the indicative votes process. All views are welcome in this meeting and I will make sure that it is a safe place for people to express themselves whatever their view on the EU. There’s a lot of hate in politics at the moment and I want this public meeting to be genuinely open to all. Whether you voted remain, leave or didn’t vote in 2016 I want to hear from you about these options and whether I should support them.”
Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/500703297146038/