WALK AWAY MAY! Tory Brexiteers Join Forces To Demand May Get Tough With EU “Bullies”
Four leading Conservative Brexiteers have joined forces to demand Theresa May walk-away from Brexit negotiations if the EU refuses to discuss trade. Jacob Rees Mogg, former cabinet ministers Iain Duncan Smith and Owen Paterson and former Brexit minister David Jones told Mrs May that she must take a hardline with the EU as it reportedly refuses to discuss any kind of trade until the Northern Ireland border issue is resolved.
Iain Duncan Smith said that now the time has come to “take back control” of the negotiations:
“If the EU won’t talk trade, we must leave the table.
“They have acted so far like a strutting school bully. As with all bullies, they are hiding a weakness – they are terrified that Brexit is going to be a huge success for us.”
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Jacob Rees Mogg meanwhile said that the EU must run the risk of forfeiting the £39bn divorce bill if it continues on the current course:
“It is inconceivable that Parliament will vote to spend £39 billion without a trade deal. We want a pro quo for billions of quids.”
The comments follow reports that Phillip Hammond, dubbed the ‘Heart Of Remain’ in the Cabinet by Boris Johnson is trying to actively sabotage a no-deal outcome and the Cabinet has been publicly at odds with itself despite the Brexit bill becoming law.