Anna co-led, alongside Labour’s Chuka Umunna MP, a successful cross-party rebellion which forced the government to back down and agree to publish the impact assessment that compares the Brexit plan to a no-deal scenario. 16,000+ More United supporters signed a petition in support of this. Also, with More United backing, Anna was at the forefront of a rebellion of backbench Conservative MPs which helped secure a "meaningful vote" for MPs on the Brexit withdrawal agreement. She also added her name to two other More United campaigns, helping to secure debates on both the future of Legal Aid and on the impact of Brexit on the NHS. More United supporters backed Anna in the 2017 General Election.
How More United supports Anna
A leading pro-EU voice, Anna resigned as a minister in the wake of the referendum saying she was ‘looking forward to representing my constituents and long-standing views on the positive benefits of immigration and the EU.’ In the days following the referendum, she appeared on Question Time and urged Britain to promote ‘hope over hate’ when it comes to immigration. Ever since then, Anna has been one of the most vocal critics of hard Brexit.