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Brexit Update September 2019

First and foremost, we must be clear on what precisely we have been asked to vote on this week. A number of emails have suggested that I ‘voted for no deal’ because I voted with the Government. This could not be further from the truth.

Statement on Prorogation

I have inevitably received a large amount of correspondence on the matter of proroguing Parliament.

Support for Suffolk farmers

James Cartlidge met farmers to hear about their fears over a no-deal Brexit. Picture; Office of JAMES CARTLIDGE

The plight of Suffolk's arable farmers facing problems from a no-deal Brexit could be raised in a debate in Westminster by James Cartlidge.