Your vote at this election will decide who sits in the negotiating chair for Britain: Theresa May or Jeremy Corbyn.
The EU wants the Brexit negotiations to begin on 19th June - just 11 days after the election. So whoever is Prime Minister will need to be ready to enter some of the most important negotiations our country has ever faced – and get the best deal for Britain.
The outcome of these negotiations is central to everything. Our economic security. Jobs in your area. The prices in our shops. The success of small businesses across the country. Your standard of living. Our schools, hospitals and public services. Control of our borders, our immigration levels and even our national security arrangements.
Our nation’s and your family's future depend on getting Brexit right – and it won’t be easy. We will have to negotiate with 27 EU countries to get a deal that covers almost every aspect of life in the UK.
So your vote will decide who sits in the negotiating chair and fights for Britain.
It will either be Theresa May, with a strong and stable Government, and a clear plan for Brexit. Or Jeremy Corbyn and a hung parliament, with the SNP and Lib Dems pulling his strings.
And every vote counts: a loss of just 6 seats would mean the Conservatives lose their majority and risks putting Jeremy Corbyn in charge of Brexit.
But every vote for Theresa May’s team will strengthen her hand in these crucial negotiations – and help us move forward together, through Brexit and beyond.