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Kate explains her position on the EU Withdrawal Bill

This week, Kate voted against the EU Withdrawal Bill.

Kate did so because the Bill would stop her speaking up for and voting on behalf of her constituents.

The Bill passed by 326 votes to 290 and has now moved on to it's next parliamentary stage.  

You can watch Kate explaining her position here:

On Monday 18th September Kate is hosting a public meeting in Stretford Public Hall, 6pm to 7.30pm to update residents about the debates on Brexit that have been taking place in parliament, and to hear residents' views. If you would like to attend please e-mail kate.green.mp@parliament.uk or 0161 749 9120. 

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