European Economic Area

MPs have a chance today to show the government the kind of amendments that could make Theresa May’s thrice-defeated withdrawal agreement a chance of passing through Parliament. For the second time a series of motions will come before the House of Commons, testing the waters for alterations to the withdrawal agreement, including calling for referendums on a no-deal Brexit or a public vote on the final proposed Brexit deal. Others focus on economic arrangements like staying in a customs union with the EU by effectively rejoining the European Free Trade Association and European Economic Area.
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Theresa May’s Brexit approach is ignoring the intrinsic ties of our European neighbours on the economy and human rights