Speaking in the House of Commons after the Prime Minister's statement on Article 50, George Freeman calls on the Government to redouble our commitment to domestic reform which is so key to industry, skills and infrastructure necessary for our post-Brexit economic prosperity and unity needed to succeed.
My hon. Friend is absolutely right. The question people responded to in the referendum was about leaving the European Union, but I believe the vote to leave was also a vote for wider change in this country. That is why it is so important that we put forward and deliver our plan for Britain, for a stronger, fairer society for all—a country that really does work for everyone. It is important that right now we pull together and recognise that the task ahead is to ensure we get the right result for the whole of the United Kingdom.