- The Prime Minister has agreed a post-Brexit trade deal between the UK and EU.
- There will be a vote on this deal on December 30th.
- Luke is holding a virtual public meeting to inform how he will vote on this deal.
Luke Pollard MP is hosting a Zoom public meeting on December 29th at 6pm to discuss how he should vote on the new post-Brexit trade deal. Zoom limits the number of participants and so this meeting will also be streamed live on Luke’s Facebook.
Participation in the Zoom meeting is on a first-come, first-served basis. You can register for the Zoom meeting here.
If you are unable to attend the Zoom meeting, please send your views to Luke by email via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Luke Pollard MP said:
The Prime Minister has just announced that he has agreed a deal with the European Union on Britain’s future relationship with the EU.
When I was elected in 2017 I said I would hold a public meeting for people to share their views with me ahead of me voting on any Brexit deal. The virus means we cannot hold public meetings as I held in recent years so I am inviting you to join me for a Zoom meeting on Brexit on Tuesday 29 December at 6pm. I will also stream this public meeting to my Facebook page at www.facebook.com/lukepollard as there is a limit on Zoom attendees.
The vote on the deal looks like being scheduled for Wednesday 30 December in the House of Commons. As London is in Tier 4 many MPs will be casting their votes remotely. Before I do this, I want to hear your views to inform my decision on how to vote.
That is why I want to hear your views before I decide how I will be voting.
Please join me on Zoom on December 29th at 6pm. You can register here.