Andrew Rosindell M.P. is supporting the ‘No’ campaign for Britain to leave the European Union.
For many years, Andrew has campaigned for the British people to have their say on their membership of the EU in a referendum, and now, following the Conservative victory in the 2015 General Election, they will.
A majority of the British people feel our current relationship with the EU to be unsatisfactory, and at the very least, want a serious renegotiation of our relationship with Brussels.
While Andrew will be campaigning to leave, in the build-up to the referendum, he entirely supports David Cameron’s drive to renegotiate our relationship with Europe.
"As far as I'm concerned, renegotiation is a win-win policy: it changes our relationship with Europe to something closer to what we want, so that if the British people ultimately choose to stay in, at least we’re not stuck for another generation in a Union that doesn’t work in our interest. Hopefully we can reform the two key issues of political sovereignty and control of our borders, and if not, I believe we should leave."