Chloe Smith
MP for Norwich North

Global Britain


The Government has delivered upon its key manifesto commitment and got Brexit done. Over 17 million people voted to leave the European Union and Chloe is proud to have done her part in helping to fulfil the largest democratic mandate in the UK’s history.

The UK may have left the EU but the UK is not leaving Europe. The UK will remain a close and integral partner to our European Allies. As well as looking to Europe, this once in a lifetime opportunity allows the UK to forge new and closer relationships with our allies in the Commonwealth. 

Now the Brexit issue is settled, the UK will take a new place on the world stage, an open ‘Global Britain’. This will be a topic on which Chloe can continue to update constituents. 

Chloe comments that “Whether you supported Brexit or not, now is the time to rally behind the UK and make the most of the opportunities that Brexit presents. Let’s turn our backs on rancour and division.”

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

Recent Brexit news stories:

  • 06 October 2021
    Channel CrossingsA number of constituents have contacted me about channel crossing, and so I wanted to post some information about it here. This is an extremely emotive and complex issue and one the Government has ...
  • 03 March 2021
    Budget 2021I welcome the Chancellor's announcements in today's budget which will continue to support people in Norwich. One year ago, the Government promised the British people it would do whatever it...
  • 21 December 2020
    EU exit updateEven as we deal with all the challenges of coronavirus, hard work has continued till the last minute to support our future relationship with the European Union. It has been a long path since people de...
  • 16 October 2020
    European Council summit and Brexit negotiationsToday the Prime Minister will set out our response to the outcome of the European Council summit in light of his statement last month on what should happen if no agreement was reached by 15 October. ...
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