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Like many people I am sick of  Brexit and just want it over with

I voted Leave. I do not regret that decision, but it’s about time we drew this long, seemingly interminable process to a conclusion. And Theresa May’s deal with the EU seems to provide the best way to do that.

But before we get on to the reasons why I hope Parliament will approve what the Government presents to it, it’s probably a good time to revisit the reasons why I and more than 17 million others voted the way we did in June 2016 and what we wanted to result from that choice.

An end to freedom of movement, the end of the effective hobbling of Britain’s right to decide who is allowed to come, live and work here, was obviously...

Like many people I am sick of  Brexit and just want it over with

I voted Leave. I do not regret that decision, but it’s about time we drew this long, seemingly interminable process to a conclusion. And Theresa May’s deal with the EU seems to provide the best way to do that.

But before we get on to the reasons why I hope Parliament will approve what the Government presents to it, it’s probably a good time to revisit the reasons why I and more than 17 million others voted the way we did in June 2016 and what we wanted to result from that choice.

An end to freedom of movement, the end of the effective hobbling of Britain’s right to decide who is allowed to come, live and work here, was obviously...

Like many people I am sick of  Brexit and just want it over with

I voted Leave. I do not regret that decision, but it’s about time we drew this long, seemingly interminable process to a conclusion. And Theresa May’s deal with the EU seems to provide the best way to do that.

But before we get on to the reasons why I hope Parliament will approve what the Government presents to it, it’s probably a good time to revisit the reasons why I and more than 17 million others voted the way we did in June 2016 and what we wanted to result from that choice.

An end to freedom of movement, the end of the effective hobbling of Britain’s right to decide who is allowed to come, live and work here, was obviously...

Like many people I am sick of  Brexit and just want it over with

I voted Leave. I do not regret that decision, but it’s about time we drew this long, seemingly interminable process to a conclusion. And Theresa May’s deal with the EU seems to provide the best way to do that.

But before we get on to the reasons why I hope Parliament will approve what the Government presents to it, it’s probably a good time to revisit the reasons why I and more than 17 million others voted the way we did in June 2016 and what we wanted to result from that choice.

An end to freedom of movement, the end of the effective hobbling of Britain’s right to decide who is allowed to come, live and work here, was obviously...