Sharma To Fuel IN Campaign

Virendra Sharma MP talking to Kanwal Toor of Asian Lite (File)
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Virendra Sharma MP, one of the most popular MPs of Indian origin, appeals to voters to support the IN Camp in the forthcoming EU Referendum on June 23….reports Asian Lite News

Virendra Sharma MP talking to Kanwal Toor of Asian Lite (File)
Virendra Sharma MP talking to Kanwal Toor of Asian Lite (File)

With just weeks to go until the biggest decision for a generation, Virendra Sharma MP said remain in EU will keep access to the Single Market of 500 million people besides more jobs, lower prices, and more financial security for families Ealing, Southall.

The veteran Labour politician will focus on his efforts on spreading the message to voters across Ealing, Southall and West London and making the case that Britain is stronger, safer, and better off inside the EU.

Meanwhile, the leave campaigns admit that they want to take Britain out of the single market – a decision that would damage our economy to the tune of £4,300 for each household. Local businesses and jobs will be put at risk, and prices will rise, if we leave.

Sharma said: “A vote to remain is a vote to keep Britain stronger, safer and better off in Europe. If we stay we will keep access to the Single Market of 500 million people, with a say over the rules of doing business across Europe. That means more jobs, lower prices, and more financial security for families Ealing, Southall.

“A vote to leave is a vote for risk. The Leave campaign can’t explain what a new deal would like and how long it will take. The truth is that if we left, the EU would not give us a better deal than they have for themselves. That means jobs aren’t safe, prices will rise, mortgages will be at risk, and funding for the National Health Service and our local schools will fall. This isn’t a risk worth taking.

“The decision facing us is the most important decision in a generation and I encourage people from across Ealing, Southall to join the campaign to keep Britain stronger in Europe.”

Will Straw, Executive Director of Britain Stronger in Europe, said: “Britain Stronger In Europe is pleased to team up with Virendra Sharma to make the positive and patriotic case that it is in Britain’s interest to remain part of Europe.

“Every serious and credible economic analysis – whether by the Treasury, the IMF, the OECD or the Bank of England – agrees that Britain’s economy will be weaker outside Europe’s single market of 500 million customers. In addition, more than 80 per cent of British businesses – including 8 out of 10 small businesses – support remaining in the European Union.

“The choice in this referendum is: economic security and global influence as part of the EU, or a leap in the dark.”

 

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