MP Antoinette Sandbach, who was as quickly as expelled from the parliamentary Conservative birthday celebration closing month, has joined the Liberal Democrats.
The Stay-vote casting MP was as quickly as amongst 21 rebels who misplaced the Tory whip after rebelling in the direction of Boris Johnson in a repeat to forestall a no-deal Brexit.
She’s going to face as a Liberal Democrat candidate in her Eddisbury constituency in December’s whole election.
The move makes her the eighth MP to personal joined the birthday celebration this one 12 months.
Saying her decision, Ms Sandbach acknowledged: “Of us personal a in reality decided want, the Conservative birthday celebration affords years of uncertainty whereas the Liberal Democrats will cease Brexit.
“I’ll stand on my legitimate native narrative, serving to to legitimate native funding, combating for beautiful funding for our faculties and to legitimate extra funding in native neatly being suppliers and merchandise.
“Our nation deserves so nice higher than Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn”.
Ms Sandbach was as quickly as not among the many many 10 rebels readmitted to the birthday celebration closing month, virtually at current forward of the Commons backed the laws to approve the 12 December election.
Earlier this month, she misplaced a confidence vote amongst her native birthday celebration members.