A TOP Brexit marginal seat will be up for grabs at the next General Election after veteran Lib Dem MP Sir Norman Lamb announced he is standing down.
The 61-year-old MP for North Norfolk, who served as a health minister during the Coalition, issued a thinly-veiled attack on his own party’s aggressive anti-Brexit stance as he announced his departure from the Commons.
“I think we are in a very sad and disturbing place in our politics. It feels like there are two camps.
“But I think the public expects politicians to rise above the fray and be willing to bring the country together again.”
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The Lib Dems will face an uphill struggle to keep hold of the seat considering its pro-Brexit majority.
The seat voted 58 per cent Leave in the 2016 Brexit referendum.
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