Richard Graham MP (Gloucester) to vote no confidence in Boris Johnson’s government

Richard Graham MP (Gloucester) to vote no confidence in Boris Johnson’s government

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Matt Phypers started this petition to Richard Graham MP (Gloucester)

Boris Johnson is now clearly acting without a mandate to leave the EU with no deal on 31 October. The PM has announced on 27 August that it is his intention to shut down Parliament and prevent our representative democracy having a say in how, when or if we leave the EU. This is not Parliament taking back control, but reckless behaviour from a Prime Minister backed into a corner by years and years of Conservative party division and failure.

Richard Graham you have always agreed that leaving the EU without a deal would have a disastrous impact on jobs and the economy. You said on 5 December 2018 that 'MP's have to understand that Parliament will not allow no deal'.

https://www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk/news/gloucester-news/gloucester-mp-richard-graham-rebels-2293937

More recently on 23 August you made clear that you would back Boris Johnson to 'achieve the best possible deal' but this is now unarguably not the path Johnson's premiership is following.

https://www.richardgraham.org/news/quick-update-bank-holiday-weekend-looking-ahead-run-we-leave-european-union

As MP for Gloucester you have the power and responsibility to put country before party and vote no confidence in Johnson's premiership at the earliest opportunity. We would encourage and beseech you to please do so. There is no coherent mandate for no deal, despite the 2016 referendum result. A General Election must be triggered to allow the people to decide our future. We ask you to put your country and your principles above your loyalty to your fractured and failing political party, and put the decision back in the hands of the people by voting no confidence in this government at first opportunity.

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