Our Brexit Red Lines

06 October 2016

Jude Kirton-Darling MEP and Paul Brannen MEP have called for the North East to have a strong voice in the negotiations for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union. They believe that the decision to leave the EU brings an unprecedented array of challenges for the region, but possibly new opportunities, too. They have decided upon five key aims for this process which seek to protect jobs, investment, rights, security and the environment.

Our Plan for the North East consultation will cover these aims and hear more from individuals and organisations about what their views are.

Do you think the North East needs its own voice in the EU exit negotiations?

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