OUT NOW: Tory Brexiteers Put On Pressure For No Deal
Pressure is growing on Theresa May to end negotiations with the EU and walk away with no deal. Britain will then be spared £40 billion in divorce fees and will exit under World Trade Organisation terms.
Former Brexit minister David Jones told the Daily Express:
“I think the increasing view is that no deal is the best option.
“The EU is unlikely to agree to any of our proposals. They want us to remain in both customs and single market.
“That would be servitude and would be even worse than remaining in EU.
“We can save ourselves £40 billion, and start trading globally.
“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 EU have pushed their luck too far and it’s coming back to bite them.”
The DUP has also warned against Theresa May against showing weakness.