This week in Parliament I took part in a debate on our future trading relationship with the European Union.
We are being told day-in, day-out that leaving the EU is going to make us worse off, businesses will be hampered, jobs will be harmed and our rights will be watered down.
I campaigned and voted to Remain in the EU Referendum, I voted against triggering Article 50, and have continuously supported measures to protect workers' rights, safeguard environmental standards and ensure the rights of EU nationals living in the UK.
I will continue to stand-up for Tooting residents by making it clear that we must seek to stay in a Customs Union. The Cabinet has reached a stalemate with the Government being held to ransom by arch-Brexiteers who want to see us crash out of Europe.
I want you to know that I won't hesitate to vote against a final deal that makes Tooting, and the UK, worse off.
We’re being told day-in, day-out that leaving the EU is going to make us worse off; businesses will be hampered, jobs will be harmed and our rights will be watered down.
Yesterday in Parliament, I spoke about the importance of the UK staying in a Customs Union with the EU. pic.twitter.com/CMPaIFCcne