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Published on Jan 13, 2019
"In the referendum, I voted to remain in spite of growing discomfort over the EU’s progressive political integration, but I have changed", said Sir Paul Beresford during the Brexit debate at the House of Commons.
"As the negotiations have gone on, the EU appears to have moved closer to unity. It was a great relief to me that we did not join the euro. That was brought home to me by someone who had visited the visitors’ centre at the European Parliament and informed me that there was a plaque that said:
I am backing this deal. I hope that we will wake up, grab the deal next week and move forward, because we have spent too long negotiating and too long waiting for it to happen".