BREXITEER BACKLASH: Leading Tory Brexiteer Backbenchers Waiting To See ‘Devil In The Detail’

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  1. Stanley Cutts says:

    We now know that the complete cabinet is a shower of “yes men”, led by a PM who doesn’t know which way is up, willing to sell their country out. Well, what goes around comes around – the Conservatives are FINISHED! Make way folks for a Corbyn government!

    • Matthew says:

      No way. I rather see the queen dissolve government and take back power than watch remainers get back in and destroy our country. I wouldn’t trust a lefty with my child. Sick and twisted mentality.

  2. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    I take Stanley’s point, but the old idea of floating voters, not liking the right, so they vote for the left, is now out of date as I did this last in 1997 for the new Labour kid Blair. I did not repeat it ! …….. I have to admit to a big character fault; I am an optimist and always have been. I look at Labour and ask who on earth would vote for them ? An In-Law of mine, who has never voted for anything but Labour, was silly enough to try listing the virtues of Corbyn, and she was sent down in flames, as well as laughter ! Being an optimist, I see many votes for UKIP coming up, but it will take much effort and advertising by our great Party !

  3. Informed says:

    This sell-out and betrayal will boost UKIP numbers for sure, and if anything; whatever red(ish) lines might have once existed, and whatever the cabinet agreed to ‘collectively’ at Chequers on Friday – the EU will reject anyway.
    That leaves just one viable option on the table – NO DEAL with WTO.

    Can UKIP seize this opportunity, or will we drop the ball like we did 2 years ago when we handed our Brexit baby to the Tories?

  4. StuartJ says:

    The next few days will reveal the true nature and principles of Mr Rees-Mogg.

    While he has made it clear he is very passionate about a full clean Brexit, he has also made his loyalties to Theresa May and the Conservative Party very clear. But is he principled enough and loyal to the 17.4m who voted to Leave to actually take drastic action?

    Would be be prepared to push for a no-confidence vote or to trigger a leadership election? And would he be prepared to stand for leadership himself?

    Would he even consider defecting to UKIP? Most probably not, but while he would be a valuable asset to the party, we must be wary of past adventures with ex-Tories (namely Carswell and Reckless).

    Either way, we will soon learn if Mr Rees-Mogg is yet another character actor within the Tory party playing out their role as instructed, or whether he is the genuine article.

  5. Geoffrey Bastin says:

    Parliament has voted to repeal the ECA 1972 which means we have rejected all the treaties, the single market, the customs union and the ECJ so whatever happens between now and next March whilst being sponsored by this Tory government will be against the law and express will of parliament.
    We may all fear that the end result will be BRINO but that will ensure the Tories lose the next general election.
    The only hope they have to save themselves is to either have at least seven prominent members of the cabinet resign or 48 signatures sent to the 1922 committee that will start a leadership election.
    Other than that expect to see Corbyn in Downing Street sometime soon.

  6. Rob Bryant says:

    JRM is and always has been a loyal Tory, dutifully voting for everything Merkel told Treason May to put in front of him. Ukippers should forget about looking to him to reveal himself as a patriot.

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