Right to Vote

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Right to Vote
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Formation17 January 2019
FoundersHeidi Allen, Baroness Altmann, Guto Bebb, Justine Greening, Dominic Grieve, Sam Gyimah, Phillip Lee, Anna Soubry, Lord Willetts, Sarah Wollaston[1]
Phillip Lee[1]
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Right to Vote is a group of Conservative Party members and MPs in The Independent Group who advocate holding a referendum on the Brexit withdrawal agreement. It was founded in the aftermath of the UK government losing the first meaningful vote on its withdrawal agreement with the EU.[2]


The MPs and peers in the group[3]
Name Constituency Party / Group First elected Role
Phillip Lee Official portrait of Dr Phillip Lee crop 2.jpg Bracknell Conservative 6 May 2010 Chair
Dominic Grieve Official portrait of Mr Dominic Grieve crop 2.jpg Beaconsfield Conservative 1 May 1997
Sam Gyimah Official portrait of Mr Sam Gyimah crop 2.jpg East Surrey Conservative 6 May 2010
Justine Greening Official portrait of Justine Greening crop 2.jpg Putney Conservative 5 May 2005
Heidi Allen Official portrait of Heidi Allen crop 2.jpg South Cambridgeshire The Independent Group 7 May 2015
Anna Soubry Official portrait of Anna Soubry crop 2.jpg Broxtowe The Independent Group 6 May 2010
Sarah Wollaston Official portrait of Dr Sarah Wollaston crop 2.jpg Totnes The Independent Group 6 May 2010
Guto Bebb Official portrait of Guto Bebb crop 2.jpg Aberconwy Conservative 6 May 2010
Lord Willetts David Willetts Royal Society.jpg N/A Conservative N/A
Baroness Altmann Dr Ros Altman.jpg N/A Conservative N/A


  1. ^ a b Lee, Phillip (2019-03-19). "Letter to the Prime Minister from Dr Phillip Lee MP" (pdf) (Letter). Letter to Theresa May. Retrieved 2019-04-04.
  2. ^ Cowburn, Ashley (17 January 2019). "Brexit: Conservative MPs launch push for fresh referendum as one admits 'we created this mess'". The Independent. Retrieved 2019-01-20.
  3. ^ "Our People". Right to Vote. Right to Vote. n.d. Retrieved 2019-04-04.

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