MP is 'undecided' over EU referendum vote
MP has said this week he is "undecided" about how to
vote in the European referendum.
Heappey explained: "I am still undecided. I think the Prime
Minister's deal was better than the one that he had advertised
previously, but I am still not convinced that the deal we have
achieved is one that will fundamentally change our relationship
with the EU - and I am clear that that relationship fundamentally
does need to change."
I don't feel that the failure of our negotiations in itself, by
default, leads to a vote for leaving because the implications
of leaving are pretty severe as well."
am still chewing over the arguments and very much cautioning against
the certainty of those who feel very strongly that we should leave
"Inevitably they are making arguments that are over-simplistic.
I think that the debate over the next four months will help me
and others to understand what is at stake," he added.
not convinced by this duff EU deal' - Burnham MP James Heappey