Mogg SLAMS EU’s “Feeble” Threats And Says UK Doesn’t Need Transition Deal

Reece Coombes

As a 16-year-old member of UKIP with a cardboard Nigel Farage cut-out in his bedroom, Reece is hardly your bog-standard student, but he cherishes his independent thinking as his greatest strength. Reece is the founder and owner of Kipper Central, a UKIP community blog with thousands of daily hits and is also the Deputy Chairman of Young Independence, UKIP's youth wing, where he works hard to promote Brexit and radical thinking to young people across Britain.

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4 Responses

  1. alecto says:

    Tut tut – Is a Vassal State not a Vessel State!

  2. Jim Stanley says:

    Ever since Day One, the EU has put barriers in the way to an easy Brexit. They refer to a “Divorce”, hardly accurate as that route would see an equal split between the UK and EU, with assets combined and then the proceed divided up, just a daft idea. During the Referendum Campaign, David Cameron spoke of the Customs Union, and Single Market, saying clearly that we could not be members of both and have control of our destiny, we would have to leave these bodies.There is an amount of confusion about what this means, quite simply, both of these agreements form a Cartel, a group of protectionist countries, trading within them selves tarif free, charging non members a “fee”to buy from and sell to members of the club. This is a very narrow view as the outcome is to actually restrict trade with Nations working their way out of poverty. All this does is prevent the poorer states from trading their way out of poverty, meaning vast sums are needed in aid to try and prevent mass starvation. The mantra should be Trade not Aid, protectionist rules cause great harm to th future relationships. Free trade is the best deal, no doubt, but WTO Rules are a sensible way to go. History shows that WTO rules work. The Superpowers, the USA, the USSR and others moved away from being protectionist states because the model does no work either them or the world. Whatever Mr Cameron’s many faults, and meeting him on a number of occasions in his, and my local town when he was my MP, we agreed on this point. Remainders suffer with selective recall on this important basic fact. At last, JRM and others are openly talking of walking away, something we should have done on Day One. It was obvious from the very start that the EU is short of cash, becuse of their lack of fiscal responsibility,, they have no idea of their finances beyond a big fat zero in their accounts, si instead of sorting things out they demand more money. They have fallen into the trap of not sorting the problems as happens all to often on a domestic level when bankrupcy looms. We do not need a transition, what has business and the Government since the vote, surely any business worth it’s salt should have bern planning for leaving when the Refendum was won, this is just a ploy to waste time to try and force a second Ballot, again and again, until like Ireland, we give them the “Right” answer! We must not allow this to happen, we, the British Voter has decided the question, we are leaving, so much as it pains me to support a Tory, JRM is not blindly following the hidden Remainer agenda, or Party dogma, in this case, he has placed Country above Party. I think that, at last, the democratic decision is, while not being actively supported, is being accepted by a matority, and they are pressing for Brexit to happen. All these delays just cost time and will not impact on long term advantages, so there are quite a strong moves to stop mucking about now, move to WTO Rules, and retake our place as the world’s greatest trading Nation.

  3. John Wright says:

    Monsieur Barniere is quite clearly becoming more desperate every day! His increasingly wild & silly outbursts are rather like Jean-Claude Juncker’s, though perhaps without an alcoholic boost?
    However, Mrs May isn’t taking advantage of this obvious weakness & she is ignoring the advice of her own Party Members, for what reason? Jacob Rees- Mogg highlights the now fraudulent behaviour of the EU’s top negotiator & Britain’s Government should respond in, what for most of us in this Country believe is the only response & this is to walk away! There is a growing threat against we people’s desire to leave the EU & this places further responsibility on this Government to honour their pledge to us & end this dithering immediately. However, we cannot sit back waiting for this Government to behave in an appropriate manner, they have had more than enough opportunity to end this farce being orchestrated by Brussels & at every occasion, have faltered & ended-up offering more & more concessions to a group who really have no intention to allow we plebeian upstarts to win our freedom from the shackles of the EU!
    Further delay plays into the hands of that group of renegades who would see us forever tied to that corrupt & disfunctional Organisation & this must never happen.
    My Country surely deserves far better, we have for a little island always been at the forefront of fighting & denying aggressors their devious & evil purpose! We have brought freedom to virtually all of Europe & helped to maintain that freedom, therefore the freedom we now seek is for ourselves!, so it is now essential for “Leave” campaigners to re-muster & re-ignite the flame of Britain’s freedom!
    John Wright.

  4. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    I consider that Moggy would be most convivial company, because he is one of the few MPs that talk sense, in a well brought-up and posh way. What he is saying, is not extreme Leave, but is the Leave of the majority 17.4 million voters.
    If we leave the club, we leave the so called benefits too. The benefits are European protectionism, and in essence that is all that they are. I am a little surprised that the Dutch feel at home in the EU as they, historically, were world traders. UK/GB have been members for more than 40 years, which has been long enough for us to evaluate the EU, but Cameron had us vote on our wish to remain, and the answer seems to have shocked the Establishment. It could be said that is proof of the Establishment not being in the mind of the people !
    Maggie May, The Jonah of No.10, saw as her job the task of making a comfortable relationship with the EU. It could be said that this was a sensible approach, and to the benefit of us, and the EU. She did not understand that Treaties could not be adjusted, and that a Master Plan was going to be kept to, instead of common sense !
    Well she knows now ! The only sensible thing now is to leave on WTO terms. To pay very little to the EU. To open trade talks with those Nations wishing to and free to. She might like to read up on the Edward Heath lie, since the document is now available. – Foreign Office document, Ref. 30/1048. She would find that she is acting to correct that horror, on behalf of the people of this Nation. …… But the choice is hers, as well as the future of the Tory Party !

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