Read the letter (above), sent by your unelected Prime Minister, Theresa May, to voters in the Stoke-on-Trent central by-election, which is due to take place next Thursday (February 23).

See the part that has been highlighted? About Stoke’s two other Labour MPs voting against Brexit?

That is a lie.

And it’s a huge one, because the whole letter relies on voters believing Labour would betray the wish of the people of Stoke-on-Trent Central – as demonstrated in the EU referendum last year – for the UK to leave the European Union.

Stoke MPs Ruth Smeeth and Rob Flello voted to support the Article 50 Bill at its Third Reading – as Mrs May knows perfectly well – because Labour is a democratic party and has agreed to enact the will of the people.

So Mrs May’s claim that they “voted against” Brexit is a lie.

The claim that “Labour MPs have been trying to stop that, or slow it down” is a lie.

The claim that “They seem to be intent on finding new ways of frustrating the process of leaving” is a lie.

In fact the whole letter is based on a lie.

So the people of Stoke-on-Trent Central may safely conclude that Theresa May and the Conservative Party are liars – and vote Labour instead.

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