Brexit negotiations start 11 days after election

With the Manchester bombing on Monday evening, this past week has been one of the worst weeks in our country in recent history.  It was right and proper to suspend all campaigning as we came to terms with the horror of the terrorist attack aimed at our most vulnerable youngsters and their families.  My thoughts are with all those affected by this tragedy and I feel more than ever that this election is about choosing strong leadership over instability and chaos.  

When placing your vote, I would like you to think of the following: 

  • 11 days after you vote the EU want to start Brexit negotiations. Who negotiates for Britain is up to you: Theresa May or Jeremy Corbyn
  • Corbyn isn’t equipped to negotiate Brexit, keep our economy strong or our nation secure. There’s no safe way to vote Labour - wherever you live
  • A loss of just 6 seats for Theresa May will mean the chaos of a hung parliament with Corbyn as PM in charge of Brexit
  • Your vote decides who negotiates for Britain: Theresa May or Jeremy Corbyn. Back Theresa May to get the best Brexit deal for Britain 
  • Every vote for Theresa May will strengthen Britain’s hand in the Brexit negotiations ahead - don’t risk Corbyn’s coalition of chaos
  • In an age of shock election results there’s a real risk Corbyn could end up in No.10 in charge of Brexit UNLESS you vote for Theresa May
  • Theresa May has a plan to secure the best deal from Brexit to control our laws, borders and money-don’t risk Corbyn who’s not up to the job