“The ruling on 3 November calling for parliamentary scrutiny over triggering Article 50 does nothing in my view to change the result of the EU referendum on June 23.
“The country voted to renounce membership of the EU and should this come to a parliamentary vote, which is still uncertain as the government is appealing the decision, I will vote to trigger Article 50. In the meantime, receiving more detail on how we leave the European Union is, I believe, beneficial for businesses, the economy and for Plymouth.
“It is my view that the arguments preceding the referendum and the actual question itself are now settled by the democratic will of the people – I will act to respect this and I know many of my colleagues feel the same. Should any of the constituents of Plymouth Moor View have any queries on this, anything at all, please feel free to get in touch in the normal way here.”