Chloe Smith
Conservative Candidate for Norwich North

Brexit

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The 2016 EU Referendum was the biggest exercise in democracy our country has seen. Over 17 million people voted to leave the European Union, which is a mandate bigger than that given to any government.

Prior to the vote, the Government made clear to every household that it would uphold the decision of the British people. Therefore, we will be leaving the European Union, and we will forge a new relationship with our European friends and the rest of the world.

Chloe writes a special Brexit blog for you here. Given that Brexit is one of the biggest jobs of our times in Parliament, Chloe is using this page to keep constituents updated on the work in Parliament and at the negotiating table in Brussels. This blog will keep you informed about all the big steps on the path to our departure from the European Union, as events unfold. As your constituency MP Chloe is following the negotiations closely and aiming to speak up for Norwich’s interests throughout.

If you would like to receive updates on Brexit as part of Chloe’s work for Norwich North, please sign up for her e-newsletter here.



Recent Brexit news stories:

  • 01 November 2019
    Brexit BlogA lot has happened since I have returned from maternity leave. I wanted to update constituents on the most recent Brexit developments, to keep you up to date with events and my own personal thoughts o...
  • 18 September 2019
    Brexit Blog - Proroguing ParliamentA lot of constituents have been getting in touch with Chloe concerning matters relating to Brexit, Prorogation of Parliament and the rulings of the various courts in the UK on these matters. As you ma...
  • 22 August 2019
    An update from ChloeThis is a quick update for constituents on events at Westminster, although I remain on maternity leave until November.   I'm grateful to constituents who've been in touch whilst the...
  • 13 June 2019
    Brexit Blog: Reporting back  Yesterday in Parliament, MPs voted on a motion that would have set aside Parliamentary time to debate ways to prevent a “no deal” exit from the European Union. If the motion had ...
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