North and South

Jul 25, 06:00 AM

Rosie Duffield and Bridget Phillipson are two MPs from different ends of the country, with fairly different constituencies in Brexit terms. Bridget's Houghton and Sunderland South voted to Leave by a near 2 to 1 margin, and Canterbury, represented by Rosie, only just voted to Leave, by a margin of 2%.

Rosie Duffield and Bridget Phillipson are two MPs from different ends of the country, with fairly different constituencies in Brexit terms. Bridget's Houghton and Sunderland South voted to Leave by a near 2 to 1 margin, and Canterbury, represented by Rosie, only just voted to Leave, by a margin of 2%. 

Coming together to discuss their experiences in their constituencies in the current Brexit strife, their thoughts on what Remain can do to appeal to their constituencies, and the growing need to remain, as well as much more, Rosie and Bridget sit down with Mike and Emma just as Boris prepares to move into Number 10, and the challenge facing all of us hoping to win EU membership for the future grows more urgent. 

You can find out more about Remain and Reform, a policy commission looking at what the detail of remaining in and reforming the EU might look like from a left-wing perspective, here https://m.facebook.com/remainreform/