Anyone who does not want to leave the European Union can urge their MPs to vote against Theresa May’s Brexit deal with this quick online tool.

It’s ridiculously simple to use and within a few seconds allows users to find their local politician and send a pre-written email.

The letter urges MPs to vote against the Prime Minister’s withdrawal agreement next Tuesday and support the revocation of Article 50.

Undated handout photo issued by Paul Chappells of Product manager Richard Phillips-Kerr (left) and founder Grant MacLennan, from Glasgow-based digital product studio, Neu who have created a Exit Brexit tool. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday December 7, 2018. The Exit Brexit tool locates users' MPs from their address details and generates a letter of objection, which it then sends to parliamentarians at the click of a button. See PA story TECHNOLOGY Brexit. Photo credit should read: Paul Chappells/PA Wire NOTE TO EDITORS: This handout photo may only be used in for editorial reporting purposes for the contemporaneous illustration of events, things or the people in the image or facts mentioned in the caption. Reuse of the picture may require further permission from the copyright holder.

Neu product manager Richard Phillips-Kerr (left) and founder Grant MacLennan (Picture: PA)

It was made for the ‘digital generation’ as a way to counteract the amount of older Brexit supporters who were writing to their MPs.

The tool was created by Glasgow-based digital product studio Neu and launched today.

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It only takes a few seconds to send an email (Picture: exitbrex.it)

LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 04: British Prime Minister Theresa May leaves Number 10 Downing Street on December 04, 2018 in London, United Kingdom. MPs are debating whether the Government committed contempt when it failed to publish full legal advice on Brexit. The issue needs to be resolved before debate on the Brexit deal can commence ahead of the 'Meaningful Vote' next Tuesday. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images)

MPs vote on Theresa May’s Brexit plan next week (Picture: Getty Images)

Neu product manager Richard Phillips-Kerr said: ‘The government and party whips are compelling MPs to vote ‘on behalf of their constituents’ when considering the PM’s deal.

‘That gave us the idea for Exit Brexit. We wanted to give constituents a really simple vehicle to directly express their anger and dissatisfaction.

‘The digital generation are less likely to contact their MPs in traditional ways like writing a letter or during constituency sessions.

‘We built exitbrex.it to be the quickest and easiest way for people to let their MP know how they feel about Brexit.’

Emails will be sent to the MPs direct from the sender’s email address, and not from a server.



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