Last month Dominic Grieve, the MP for Beaconsfield, lost a vote of confidence among his local Conservative association by 182 to 131 votes; a poll thought to have been infiltrated by local UKIP supporters.
Grieve campaigned to remain in 2016, since the referendum he has argued for a second referendum and this year he secured MPs the right to have a meaningful vote on any deal – thus causing his local Leave supporters disillusionment.
Since the vote, he remains Beaconsfield’s member of parliament but his future as their representative is precarious.
When asked about what he sees ahead, Grieve said: “I’m resolute in standing by what I think is right for my country. Of course there’ll be people who disagree with me and I accept the fact that I must take accept the consequences of my actions.
“As matters stand, at present, I’m very pleased to have a great deal of support in my constituency but I’m aware that I’ve had an AGM of my association in which a majority present that that AGM said they weren’t prepared to show confidence in me – that’s their right but it’s not going to deflect me from doing what I think is right for the country’s future and what’s in the national interest.
“MPs have to look outside of party political considerations towards widest considerations and what the national interest is.”
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