Brake joins first ever permanent cross-party network in UK Parliament


Tom Brake MP has joined 50 Members of Parliament from seven political parties to establish a groundbreaking network for cross-party campaigning in Westminster.

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The More United MP Network is the latest addition to a fast-changing landscape in the House of Commons and its members have committed to working cross-party in the national interest, no matter who is in power.

The network will tackle 'issues ignored because of Brexit' by the emerging cross-party movement of over 150,000 members who share a desire to move Britain forward.

Initial campaigns will focus on poverty and homelessness, responsible technology, mental health and urgent climate dangers.

Carshalton & Wallington MP Tom Brake said:

"I came into Parliament to get things done for my constituents and sometimes the best way to do that is to work cross-party. Having a permanent network of MPs willing to work together will hopefully lead to better outcomes for people in Carshalton and Wallington and rebuild trust in Parliament."

More United CEO Bess Mayhew said:

"People see cross-party working as a proxy for trust in politics. That’s why we are delighted Tom Brake MP has chosen to be a part of the More United network. Now we need to start tackling the important issues being ignored because of Brexit and give a voice to people who want to move Britain forward."


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