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Trust. Such a simple word yet difficult to define. Can the British people trust their politicians? In fact, do we deserve their trust?

That question is being tested as we find ourselves in the middle of a constitutional crisis and political failure.

As a Leave-supporting MP, I resigned my ministerial job over the final terms of the Withdrawal Agreement in November. I then voted against it for the third time on Friday.

I have received a hero’s welcome from those grateful for “not letting us down”. I have also had the finger of blame pointed and have been branded an “extremist” and “hardliner”.

Champion and villain in equal measure. Neither, in reality, are true.

The position in which my Leave-supporting...

Trust. Such a simple word yet difficult to define. Can the British people trust their politicians? In fact, do we deserve their trust?

That question is being tested as we find ourselves in the middle of a constitutional crisis and political failure.

As a Leave-supporting MP, I resigned my ministerial job over the final terms of the Withdrawal Agreement in November. I then voted against it for the third time on Friday.

I have received a hero’s welcome from those grateful for “not letting us down”. I have also had the finger of blame pointed and have been branded an “extremist” and “hardliner”.

Champion and villain in equal measure. Neither, in reality, are true.

The position in which my Leave-supporting...

Trust. Such a simple word yet difficult to define. Can the British people trust their politicians? In fact, do we deserve their trust?

That question is being tested as we find ourselves in the middle of a constitutional crisis and political failure.

As a Leave-supporting MP, I resigned my ministerial job over the final terms of the Withdrawal Agreement in November. I then voted against it for the third time on Friday.

I have received a hero’s welcome from those grateful for “not letting us down”. I have also had the finger of blame pointed and have been branded an “extremist” and “hardliner”.

Champion and villain in equal measure. Neither, in reality, are true.

The position in which my Leave-supporting...

Trust. Such a simple word yet difficult to define. Can the British people trust their politicians? In fact, do we deserve their trust?

That question is being tested as we find ourselves in the middle of a constitutional crisis and political failure.

As a Leave-supporting MP, I resigned my ministerial job over the final terms of the Withdrawal Agreement in November. I then voted against it for the third time on Friday.

I have received a hero’s welcome from those grateful for “not letting us down”. I have also had the finger of blame pointed and have been branded an “extremist” and “hardliner”.

Champion and villain in equal measure. Neither, in reality, are true.

The position in which my Leave-supporting...