Games4EU urges UK MPs to reject the PM’s Brexit withdrawal agreement

Games4EU urges UK MPs to reject the PM’s Brexit withdrawal agreement

Games4EU has teamed up with Tech for UK and Best for Britain to insist MPs reject Theresa May’s Brexit withdrawal agreement.

A meaningful vote is set to be held in the House of Commons on January 15th, following its delay in December. It's expected that parliament will reject the deal that has already been agreed with the EU, which raises the prospect of a no-deal Brexit or no Brexit at all, as May previously put it.

Games4EU has sent a letter to over 250 members of parliament, signed by co-founders Jas Purewal, Tracey McGarrigan and George Osborn.

The group also collaborated with Tech for UK co-organisers Mike Butcher, Madhuban Kumar, Josh Russell and Best for Britain co-founder Eloise Todd to create the letter.

“The products and services we produce are used by millions of people around the UK, hundreds of millions worldwide, and are helping to drive the future of technology and entertainment,” said Games4EU.

The full version of this story first appeared over on PocketGamer.Biz

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Natalie Clayton is an Edinburgh-based freelance writer and game developer. Besides PCGamesInsider and, she's written across the games media landscape and was named in the 2018 100 Rising Star list.


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