‘Stop FUDGING Brexit!’: Tory Grassroots Warn Theresa May Not To “Frustrate The Will Of The People”
A letter from Conservative grassroots members to the Prime Minister has warned Theresa May’s government not to “fudge” Brexit in order to save their party and also the House of Lords.
The leader reads: “The local election results show that the Government is being supported to deliver a sensible, non-fudged Brexit.
“The Prime Minister and the Lords will be playing with fire if they frustrate the will of the people.
“The confusion, possibly in the Prime Minister’s own mind, must be replaced by clarity.”
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It is understood that the cabinet is very divided on Brexit, with key Brexiteers like Liam Fox and David Davis pushing for a full Brexit while remainers like Philip Hammond and possibly Theresa May herself are pushing for a partial Brexit, keeping Britain in a Customs Union.
The letter continues: “If the fudging of Brexit continues, the Conservatives will not be trusted for a generation, and the Lords risks dissolution.
“Those who voted to take back sovereign control will not remain silent.
“Theresa May and her Cabinet must deliver what they promised.”
Speaking exclusively to Kipper Central, Young Independence (UKIP’s Youth Wing) Chairman Nathan Ryding said: “Finally, the grassroots Conservatives are holding their leadership’s feet to the fire on Brexit.
“These Conservatives are absolutely correct in saying their party ‘will not be trusted for a generation’ if she fails in the Brexit negotiations.
“The people voted for Brexit; no Customs Union, no Single Market, end of Freedom of Movement.
“If the Prime Minister fails to deliver this, she may as well open the door to 10 Downing Street to Labour as she will have ruined her chances at the next General Election.”