STAYING IN: May Signs Brexit ‘Get-Out’ Clause To Keep British MEPs In EU Parliament
Theresa May has signed-off a document which includes a ‘Brexit get-out clause’ which would allow British MEPs to stay IN the EU Parliament if Brexit is reversed.
During the EU Summit last week, Mrs May signed-off on the redistribution of British MEPs seats in the European Parliament.
The document states:
“In the event that the United Kingdom is still a member of the Union at the beginning of the 2019-24 parliamentary term, the number of representatives in the European Parliament per Member State taking up office shall be the one provided for in Article 3 of the European Council Decision”.
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Mike Hookem, UKIP MEP and Deputy Leader, slammed the Prime Minister for colluding with the EU “under the cover of darkness” to retain Britain’s membership of the EU:
“The whole Article 50 process was designed to delay and obstruct and the end game is revealing itself.”
Mr Hookem went onto say that staying in the EU one second longer than the March 29th 2019 end date of the Article 50 process would be a “huge betrayal”.