On Sunday 18 November Neil Parish MP went on the BBC's Sunday Politics South West to talk about Brexit and the effect the Prime Minister's Deal could have locally.
Neil was clear that we should not simply hand over £39 billion to the EU without a legally binding agreement on zero-tariff future trade. He is also opposed to any attempt which could see the United Kingdom being broken up and spoke strongly against the Northern Ireland backstop proposals.
Speaking afterwards Neil said: "I have always trusted my farming instincts. And they tell me right now that we need a firm legally binding agreement before handing over £39 billion. I want a smooth and orderly Brexit, but the PM must listen to concerns and renegotiate this deal if she wants to get it through Parliament."
You can watch the programme here.