‘I am still committed to delivering a deal that defend’s workers’ rights.’

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The Dagenham and Rainham MP Jon Cruddas has today voted for the Withdrawal Agreement Bill.

He writes in the Havering Daily:

Today I voted for the Withdrawal Agreement Bill in principle. I was re-elected on a platform to respect the outcome of the referendum – just as I was in 2017. That is what I have consistently sought to do. This does not mean I am happy with the deal in its current form but taking it to the next stage provides an opportunity to make vital amendments.

I am still committed to delivering a deal that defends workers’ rights, environmental and consumer protections, trade and manufacturing jobs in Dagenham and Rainham

One thought on “‘I am still committed to delivering a deal that defend’s workers’ rights.’

  • 21st December 2019 at 12:05 am
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    well the fact that this withdrawal deal (workers rights and children asylum gone) was worse then the last Johnson withdrawal deal which was worse then the May deal, together with a Tory majority government, could be a clue as to how likely it is that you will secure these amendments!

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