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Clareine Enderby

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Clareine Enderby

Parliamentary candidate for Finchley & Golders Green

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I joined the party in January 2017 as a result of my frustration and distress at the government's disastrous mishandling of Brexit, and my alarm at the failure of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour party to act as an effective opposition. Neither the government nor Corbyn's Labour are listening: the tide has turned on Brexit. We need politicians who understand people's concerns and make policy based on evidence rather than dogma that has consumed focus away from every other issue.

Years after the referendum the Brexit advocates still cannot agree among themselves what Brexit is. How can any project be implemented when its scope hasn't been agreed? It is absolutely scandalous that tax payers' money has been wasted on this failed project that does nothing except diminish our economy and standing in the world and actively harms our individual prospects.

I don't come from a political background but I am standing because I have had enough of this mess. I would like to put the chaos of Brexit behind us and focus on what is really important: properly funding our health and social care services, investing in our children's education and dealing with the housing crisis.

For far too long people have been presented with a false binary as if the choice is only between Labour and Conservatives. But as we now see, in reality, Jeremy Corbyn's Labour offers more of the same division and more pie in the sky as unspecified undeliverable promises continue to be made. There is no jobs-first Brexit just as there is no Brexit dividend.

The Liberal Democrats have consistently offered a different approach: the opportunity to build a consensus across Britain. The Liberal Democrats have consistently advocated a vote on the deal, so that the British people can take stock in the face of the reality of what Brexit means and settle the question of where Britain's interests lie. We need more homes, teachers, medical and nursing staff, police officers. We don't need more Brexit chaos which, at best, is an expensive distraction. That is why I joined the Liberal Democrats and that is why I am standing in my home constituency. Britain deserves better and the Liberal Democrats are demanding exactly that.