In the House of Commons on Wednesday, Ynys Môn’s new Tory MP Virginia Crosbie voted against amendments that would have:
– protected the right of unaccompanied child refugees to be reunited with their family after Brexit
– required the Government to seek to negotiate continuing full membership of the EU’s Erasmus+ education and youth programme
– established the right of EU citizens in the UK to appeal settled status decisions
– required the UK Government to seek close alignment with the EU single market on workers’ rights and environmental and consumer standards and protections during its negotiations for the future relationship with the EU
In other words, she voted to stop families from being reunited; to prevent young people from making the most of education and training opportunities; to disadvantage EU citizens who may have lived in the UK for many years; and to jeopardise protections for working people and the environment.
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