Island MP Bob Seely has warned his colleagues in Parliament they will be “in contempt of the British people” if they do not deliver leaving the European Union.
Island MP Bob Seely has welcomed figures showing that nearly a million disabled people have found work since 2013.
“I am supporting the Prime Minister in this deal. It is a deal that delivers on the referendum result to leave the EU - something I voted for and the majority of people on the Isle Wight voted for.
"I’m very pleased the Government has listened to MPs on this issue, reversed its decision and will lower the stakes from £100 to £2 in April 2019 and not October 2019.
Bob today sought assurances that the Government will fund all Island Line investment and not seek cash from other sources to help pay for improvements.