BREXITEER BACKLASH: Leading Tory Brexiteer Backbenchers Waiting To See ‘Devil In The Detail’
Cabinet Brexiteers have been mute throughout the day. However, leading Brexiteer backbenchers have been making aggressive noises and it looks like finally, the Brexiteering backbenches might be about to make some waves. Notice how Dominic Grieve et el have been very very quiet. Why would they make any noise when Mrs May gave them everything they wanted and more?
All eyes were inevitably on Jacob Rees-Mogg last night. He didn’t disappoint rhetorically, he correctly said that the deal was “not what the Prime Minister promised” and vowed he would vote against it. He promised to wait upon the full detail to make a final determination on if the red lines had turned pink but you feel the continued prominence of the European Court Of Justice will disappoint Mr Rees-Mogg.
Priti Patel who has previously criticised Mrs May when, as she frequently does, she goes all weak n wobbly said…..nothing (apart from about the football). Obviously keeping her powder dry. Keeping powder dry seems to be a default position for many as Andrea Jenkyn MP explained:
“I’ve been speaking to a few colleagues in the last 24 hours and we are waiting to hear from the Prime Minister and speak to us next week, trying to see the devil in the detail.
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“I, personally, am prepared to vote against it and if the detail is as bad as we are hearing then I am also prepared to put a letter into the 22.”
“I’m putting my head above the parapet and I’ve got a marginal seat. But the people in the safe seats are the Brexiters.
Similarly silent (for the moment) is Andrew Bridgen MP who has said he is prepared to see a leadership challenge as well.
Realistically, resistance to the sell-out can only now come from the backbenches given the fact that every single Cabinet Minister signed the proposal and will now be bound by collective responsibility meaning if they disagree they must resign or will be fired for silencing dissent.