Nathan Ryding SLAMS “Destructive” Remainers In Tory Government
Nathan Ryding, the chairman of Young Independence, UKIP’s youth wing, has this week hit out the remain campaigners within the British government.
Writing on the Young Independence website, he said: “Turning to Brexit negotiations, it is very clear the British Government at present has no idea what they are negotiating or have any idea what they want. In part, this is due to the destructive influences of Remain campaigners in the cabinet such as Phillip Hammond and Amber Rudd. ”
This attack on the failing Conservative government isn’t his first! He also said that the government have to stop being politically correct in order to save British Girls from rape.
Writing for Kipper Central earlier this month, he blasted the education system, describing it as a “total and complete shutdown of free speech”.
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In his most recent piece, he then went on to say: “However, if you look very closely at what the Government is actually negotiating, it has become apparent that even hard-line Eurosceptics in the Conservative Party such as David Davis have become ‘soft’ over the European Union issue in recent months.
“Why has our Government agreed to pay at least £40 billion on a ransom bill to exit the European Union? At a time when Austerity is decimating public services across the United Kingdom, the Government is prepared to pay a bill to the European Union- of which has no legal or constitutional basis at all and is purely punitive- whereby some of the projects our money will be spent on including free Wi-Fi in Greek Hotels, new roads in Romania, and on combatting Euroscepticism across the European Union.
“Why are our Government prepared to pay a ransom bill just to advance Brexit ‘negotiations’ onto trade talks?”