Rees-Mogg: Reject ‘Hostile’ EU Negotiating Terms

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  1. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    If Moggy can get this right, and most politely remind the PM of the requirement that the people demand and expect. why is it that we are still in the EU, with talk of many billions being handed over. Then there is talk of EU Justice always being our highest Court ! Then there is that German woman, saying that ”we will have to” probably anything that the EU wishes, and so it goes on and on !
    Now we have Soubry and others, taking exception to our comments, language and threats ! Is this Great Britain, or some little pip-squeak Principality ? If we continue to ask the EU for things. and permission to run this Nation, that is the way we will end up ! It is only in the years of my lifetime, that we have fallen from the high of 1945, having saved so much of Europe with our allies, to this ”poor little us, we must do as instructed.”
    I am Thanking the Good Lord, that I probably wont have too many years left, to endure this embarrassment !

  2. Pamela Preedy says:

    May & Co are unfit for purpose and need replacing asap with Mogg & Co.

  3. I voted leave and not stay in EU all but name?……Leave meaning out….no strings attached…Along with the majority of Brexit voters..we have been sold down the river/stitched up by this corrupt government!!….Disgraceful

  4. Peter Ridler says:

    Dictate from the EU negotiation principle Mr Barnier is treating us as second class citizens. His deliberations lately indicated the EU is not a friend to The UK and I for one cannot understand how they can think we want the buyer to dictate terms . Salesmen need to understand the needs and requirements of the buyer before offering a product they wish to sell. He who pays the Piper calls the tune. The Car industry in the E I will go into a serious decline, with striking workers.

  5. R Bishop says:

    If EU wants to continue relationship as UK being aligned, EU should pay UK. If EU wants UK to leave EU should reward UK for leaving. Either way EU should be considering financial amount it is due to pay UK

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