Peter Aldous asks Prime Minister if her draft Brexit agreement will help revive coastal towns

15th November 2018

Following the Prime Minister’s statement on the draft Brexit agreement, Peter Aldous asks the PM if she believes this agreement provides the framework for reviving the economy in coastal towns such as Lowestoft. 

The Prime Minister has worked tirelessly over the past 18 months to achieve this draft agreement. My constituency voted for Brexit for many reasons. Chief among them was to reverse 40 years of economic decline. In her opinion, does this agreement provide the framework within which we can revive the economy in coastal towns such as Lowestoft, whether in trade, manufacturing or fishing?

Yes, I believe that it does. Crucially for fishing, we will be out of the common fisheries policy and will be able to work to enhance the fortunes of our fishing industry. Alongside this agreement, it is important to look at what the Government are doing elsewhere—for example, through our modern industrial strategy—to ensure that we are delivering an economy that works for everyone in all parts of the UK.

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