Emma Reynolds, Member of Parliament for Wolverhampton North East, has marked the beginning of the final 100 days before the EU Referendum with a campaign session at the Britain Stronger in Europe headquarters.

Emma met volunteers who have been manning phone banks to raise awareness of the EU Referendum and encourage people to vote to remain. Emma was joined by fellow politicians and personalities from across the political spectrum – TV Personality June Sarpong, Education Secretary Nicky Morgan MP, Baroness Featherstone and Caroline Lucas MP – to fire the starting pistol on this phase of the campaign. They joined together to unfurl a banner marking the occasion.

Emma said “I was delighted to meet all the volunteers who are working so hard to make sure Britain remains in the EU. The phone bank marked the beginning of the final 100 days of the EU Referendum campaign.”

“It is great to see five women coming together from across the political divide to lead this campaign. We all agree that Britain is stronger and safer within the European Union. Jobs and investment in the UK depend upon our continued EU membership. It shows the strength of our argument that it can unify individuals of different political persuasions.”