If you don’t feel Mr Lucas represents you then you’re more than entitled to vote for someone else, but it’s a complete fallacy to suggest he is required to go along how Wrexham voted on the EU referendum.
The Labour party that promised to respect the result of the Referendum
Ian Lucas was in the House of Commons today, he spoke to the house explaining why he’s going to vote against the withdrawal agreement and tried to justify why he voted for a second referendum last time.
“Basically Brexit means different things to different people and so to bring all my constituents together I reluctantly supported a second referendum”
It doesn’t matter how fundamentally divisive Brexit is to his constituents, the people of Wrexham overwhelmingly voted out, why would we want a second referendum??
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