Hayes in the House: Brexit options
The people of south Lincolnshire know where I stand on Brexit. Central to my political convictions are a desire to empower local communities; to protect the sovereignty of our nation state; and to maintain the characteristic institutions, culture and civil society that makes us who we are.
So, on June 23, 2016 I was filled with optimism, as victory for the Leave campaign was delivered against the odds. Working people rejected the misinformation spread by the elitist ‘expert class’, with many inspired first time voters grasping the opportunity for meaningful change.
Whilst freeing ourselves from the onerous bureaucracy and complicated legal framework of supranational governance was never going to be easy, the prospects for renewed prosperity and our national destiny are considerable.
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