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The Remainer said: “Theresa May claims there can be no turning back from Brexit but that simply isn’t true.
“Theresa May says she wants this election to be about Brexit, so let’s talk about Brexit.
“I campaigned to keep Britain in Europe and like most people in Mole Valley I passionately believe that Britain should stay in the European Union.
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“Brexit hasn’t even happened yet but already we’re 15 per cent poorer than we were a year ago and every day companies are moving jobs away from Britain and the South East into Europe.
“Many of you have told me you feel betrayed by your MP who voted against your wishes to trigger Article 50 on the basis of Theresa May’s ‘hard’ Brexit.”
Mr Kennedy claimed Mrs May was disregarding the UK’s best interest to pursue her own agenda as he called for voters support to scupper Brexit.
Arguing the European Union would welcome Britain back, the Lib Dem said the Article 50 process was reversible.
Mr Kennedy said: “Even people who voted leave didn’t vote for the extreme version of Brexit that the Conservatives are taking us down.
Theresa May claims there can be no turning back from Brexit but that simply isn’t true
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“90 per cent of people, no matter whichever way they voted in the referendum want Britain to stay in the single market because they know it’s good for jobs and trade.
“But the Conservatives are hell-bent on ripping up whatever we share with Europe rather than doing what’s best for our country.
“The Tories say Brexit is inevitable but they can’t even agree among themselves what sort of deal they want, or even if they want a deal. Brexit isn’t inevitable.
“The EU has confirmed that we can revoke Article 50 at any time and end this Tory madness.”
Former Lib Dem party leader Nick Clegg on Monday claimed Mrs May’s Brexit plans are putting the UK’s security at risk.
Mr Clegg insisted opting out of the European Union’s police database Europol after Brexit would be a mistake, despite security chiefs saying the UK contributes more than to the database than its fellow European nations.
Asked on the BBC’s Today Programme how Brexit would make Britain less safe, Mr Clegg said: “I think the thing to remember is these days anti-terror operations and indeed policing against criminal gangs is principally an intelligence-led and database activity.
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“This new database which we gained across to in April 2015 is by far the largest and most sophisticated of its kind.
“We use it, check it 16 times a second, 53 people are detained and questioned under anti-terrorism laws at ports and airports every day by use of this database.
“Because what it includes is, from all of the countries in Europe, a list of all those people who are a subject of concern or suspension from police authorise across the whole of the Continent.
“It is a devastatingly effective crime fighting and anti-terrorism tool but here is the key thing – of course you can’t upload that data onto that database unless you abide by European Union data protection privacy laws and if you don’t abide by those, which is what Theresa May has said, we don’t have access to the database.”