OUT NOW: Tory Brexiteers Put On Pressure For No Deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May delivers a speech on the government's plans for Brexit at Lancaster House in London on January 17, 2017. Britain will exit the EU's single market when it leaves the bloc because it wants to restrict the arrival of EU immigrants, British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday. / AFP / POOL / Kirsty Wigglesworth (Photo credit should read KIRSTY WIGGLESWORTH/AFP/Getty Images)

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6 Responses

  1. Graham Wood says:

    The UK should abandon the EU game playing farce in these so called “negotiations” and
    Go immediately for the WTO option.
    May is naive and incompetent and must go. Time to review and change policy without further
    waste of time and money.

  2. Rob Bryant says:

    Sharia May wants Britain to remain in the single market and the customs union. She loves the EU and Islam. She and the whole story party hate us, the British people.
    Vote Tory to destroy Britain. It’s the same as voting Labour or LibDem.

  3. Stanley Cutts says:

    It’s time this stupid woman moved aside and made way for Jacob Rees-Mogg!

  4. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    WHAT’S NEW ? THIS IS WHAT WE VOTED FOR ! Although we should all cut Mrs May some slack, as no PM wants to be remembered as the Captain that sank the ship, IT IS THE PEOPLES CHOICE, and she should go down in history for doing what the people asked for. The unedifying wriggling every which way, by Cameron and May, before an EU that is seen to be the most autocratic grouping ever known, is now coming to its two year anniversary ! If there is anything good about this delay, history will show that our LEAVE was clear of petulance, and with a wish to assist EU trade. BUT WE MUST GO NOW !

  5. Grumpy Owl says:

    Finally someone in the Tory party is waking up. “No deal” has always been the best option for the UK, and ‘WTO terms’ is not “crashing out of the EU” as the Remainers would have us believe. China, India, Australia, Brazil, the USA and others around the world all trade with the EU on “WTO terms”., and it doesn’t seem to do them any harm.

    We do NOT need a trade deal or ‘free trade agreement’ to trade with the EU. A straight-forward free trade agreement with the EU may be favourable, as long as it wasn’t some TTIP-style deal handing powers to global corporations above and beyond national governments.

    “Regulatory alignment” is not difficult either; as we are already an EU member, we already have to follow certain EU regulations regarding product quality and safety standards when it comes to manufacture of products, so nothing much really needs to change in that aspect.

    Too much is being made of the ‘customs union’ without understanding that it solely benefits ‘big business’, ie the big globalist corporations that can set up their new manufacturing ‘sweatshops’ in poorer areas of the EU where labour costs are lower and then sell those products at huge margins with no import tariffs being applied in ‘richer’ areas such as the UK, France and Germany.

    -“Tariffs under WTO rules are relatively low and we will save money for our people by buying food and clothes etc on the world market. ”

    The irony is that it is the EU that has pushed the WTO to reduce most tariffs to record lows. A lot of our food already comes from outside the EU, and the vast majority of our clothes are manufactured in places like Thailand, Bangladesh, China etc, so these products are already being subject to import tariffs. We would actually only save money if the UK as an independent WTO member decided to reduce those tariffs further.

  6. Martin says:

    Mrs May needs to get us out of the Single market and customs Union or Brexiteers will get get out of number 10. If tge original Withdrawal Bill is likely to alter, she has no choice but to make it a confidence vote. Brexiteer votes will attempt to deselect or vote against remainers like Grieve and Soubry. Just trying to compromise is not Leaving and we won’t stand for it. If she does not do this then Brexit MPs will have no choice but to remove her and have a leadership election. She should never have been elected anyway. She was a useless Home Secretary.

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