Following the Supreme Court’s ruling on Tuesday (September 24th), Rachel said:

“I have the highest respect for our judiciary and the independence of our courts. We are a country where the rule of law is upheld and obeyed.

“On Wednesday I returned to Parliament where I continued to work hard on my constituents behalf. It’s important to point out that my work didn’t stop when Parliament wasn’t sitting. I was back in the constituency, where I live, visiting businesses, charities and helping residents in my regular surgeries.

“I was elected in 2017 to do so much more than to just get Brexit delivered. Nevertheless, I will continue to fight to get Brexit delivered on or before October 31st, deal or no deal.

“Three years on from the referendum in which 62% of voters in Redditch voted to leave the EU and we still haven’t got it done. My constituents are frustrated, I’m frustrated, but I am committed to delivering Brexit so that we can take this country forward.”