LAST week’s article on Esther McVey’s stance on Brexit was the latest of several articles over the last three years and there have also been many letters published in the Opinion section.

She conveniently forgets or dismisses that Tatton voted more than 54 per cent for Remain.

While I voted Remain I respect the fact that the UK decided to leave.

However, the concept of a ‘Hard Brexit’ does not appeal and I have grave concerns.

It is disappointing that Esther McVey and other hard Brexiters are not setting out the implications of the Hard Brexit that they promote.

We need a managed Brexit to enable the UK to build for its outside the EU future and to help bring together the people in the UK, which are currently so divided.

Scott Martin Cheshire