Brexit

Mark has consistently voted in support of measures which will see the UK leave the EU. He voted to repeal the European Communities Act 1972 through the European Withdrawal Act 2018 which in effect put Brexit on a legal footing.

He voted to leave No-Deal on the table while also voting against measures that would have seen the UK be part of a Custom Union, revoke Article 50, holding a confirmatory vote and a second referendum.  

Mark is strongly of the view that public trust in our political system should be strengthened; and ignoring the outcome of the June 2016 EU Referendum will severely weaken public trust and confidence.

Milton Keynes voted 51.4 per cent to leave the EU, marginally ahead of the 48.6 per cent vote to remain. This is why Mark has voted consistently in support of the measures which allow us to leave the EU in an orderly manner. He has issued several statements, expressing his views on votes in Parliament and why he voted the way he has done.