Seema Malhotra MP has used a Westminster Hall debate to raises concerns over Euratom following the EU referendum, where there is now some question over whether the UK will still be able to access radioactive materials used for medical purposes.
In the debate she said:
The hon. Gentleman is making an important point about a discrete and specific area. Does he agree that when people voted in the referendum last year, they voted on particular issues? I do not know of one moment on any doorstep when Euratom came up and people said they were voting for Britain to leave. They put their trust in the Government and Parliament to make sure that as we go through the process we do not do anything to jeopardise our interest for the future economy.
You can read the full debate here.