Following the historic Saturday sitting in the House of Commons today, Daniel Zeichner MP said:

“The atmosphere in the Commons was stormy but I am delighted that the majority of MPs came together to vote to stop a No Deal crash out. Boris Johnson must now obey the law and ask for an extension and crucially stop using “No Deal” as a threat. In the debate, Keir Starmer’s forensic demolition of Johnson’s plans exposed that what is being proposed is a very hard Brexit. The Prime Minister has been found out – promising  to maintain equivalent standards to some, and the opposite to his hard-line allies. This will unravel in the days ahead. This is a good day for democracy and a good day for Cambridge. Now the Government needs to listen to the hundreds of thousands of people marching today and follow Labour’s lead and give the people the final say in a referendum which will allow us genuinely to get this over, and stay in the European Union.”

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