Despite the last minute negotiations and last minute publication of the EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement, Parliament has only a few hours to debate the agreement and determine the future for our country when it is recalled on 30 December.
As with all stages of the debate about the future relationship between the UK and the EU, Rachael Maskell MP wants to hear from her constituents living and working in York Central and to set out how the Agreement only makes provision for a small proportion of the economy, and to a large part is a framework agreement to pave ways for more talks on all aspects of trade and our relationship with the EU.
The meeting will take place on Zoom, and will be accessed through Eventbrite, you can register for your ticket by clicking here
Rachael Maskell MP says, “I always value the input of constituents in the decisions I have to take in Parliament. Having spent this Christmas weekend reading the Agreement between the UK and the EU, I now have a better understanding of what is and what is not in the deal, the impact of this, but also the need to have a deal in place at the end of the year, since ‘no deal’ would be the worst of all scenarios.
“People can email Rachael.Maskell.firstname.lastname@example.org questions ahead of the meeting or during the meeting, and share their views which I will listen to very carefully.”