Bill Etheridge: Only UKIP Is The Coherent Party Of Brexit
The omnishambles of Theresa The Appeasers Brexit continues. It is little wonder that public confidence in her handling of the Brexit talks had sunk to an all-time low. ORB’s monthly tracker of public opinion the Brexit talks found that only 26% are now confident that she will get the right deal for the country. The Carry-On style calamity presided over by Mrs. May is also having a knock-on effect on people’s perception of Brexit as well. The same poll found that:
For the first time in over a year an opinion tracker has found that more people believe the UK will be worse off as a result of the vote to leave than better, amid fears that key talks have stalled.
Meanwhile, Bill Etheridge MEP has stepped into the fray, slamming the Conservatives for lacking coherency. The West Midlands MEP likened the Conservatives to the many-headed mythical creature, the Hydra, saying it would help if all the heads were not talking together:
“It’s like having a Hydra in the room, with all the heads babbling together, meaning there is no sense whatsoever.
Recent discussions have seen vastly differing views aired by such figures as Boris Johnson, Amber Rudd, Liam Fox and Nicky Morgan. Mr. Etheridge went on to point out:
“Only UKIP has a coherent policy on Brexit. We should be paying no divorce bill, offer a straight-forward free trade deal, and, if that is not accepted, be prepared to walk away from the whole sorry mess. Negotiators will never succeed if they are too scared to leave the table, or too desperate to secure a deal.
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